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Many low-income developing countries, are facing unsustainable external debt burdens, amid sharp interest rate rises. Additional borrowing during the pandemic and increasing debt-servicing costs, have put many of them on the verge of a debt crisis.
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Score: 561133.35 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2022/01/1109702
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Devastating societies Meanwhile, most developing countries lack the fiscal space to cushion the blow of these huge increases with many unable to borrow because markets are closed to them. “If high fertilizer prices continue, today’s crisis in grain and cooking oil could affect many other foods including rice, impacting billions of people in Asia and the Americas,” he detailed.
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To popularize cycling, he has introduced a bicycle pool at the hospital – a library-like facility so that everyone has easy access to borrowing bicycles.  In other parts of the country, pedalling to work are one-time cycle racer, Mr.
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“The countries give a skeleton of information about why they are borrowing. There is a need for transparency when countries are taking on sovereign debt,” Dr. (...) “The continent cannot afford to continue borrowing at very high-interest rates,” Dr. Mutize said, adding that countries also tend to borrow short-term for long-term projects, including infrastructure projects which are not viable in the short-term, making it difficult to repay. Theo Chiviru, Team Lead for Africa and Asia, Open Government Partnership, reiterated calls for transparency, pointing out that there is still a lot of secrecy around borrowing and how debt is managed on the continent.
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Additional documents Publication in full (PDF, 1.1MB) Publishing entities United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women (UN Women) Economic empowerment Financial resources Macroeconomic policies Migrant workers Migration Related publications Who borrows? An analysis of gender, debt and assets in Ecuador, Ghana and Karnataka, India 1 June 2015 Who borrows?
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