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Kill The NGOs, Chase The Charlatan Experts, Be Wary Of IMF & World Bank

The mission of the fisherman is not to feed the fish.  If the Fish doesn’t Understand that, It’s the Fish’ problem. If it’s Free, you are the Product! Here below is an essay written by a commentator on the Economist article on “Africa Rising”, which contains valuable analogies we could readily learn from. “In 1960, China was experiencing their […]

Besides financing projects, the loan is also expected to shore up Central Bank of Kenya’s foreign exchange reserves that currently stand at about $6 billion, amounting to 4.2 months of imports against the East African Community monetary union target of 4.5 months cover. The planned sale of a multi-billion-shilling Eurobond is set to start at […]

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Rapidly growing African economies are the next frontier of booming growth and ripe for investment. Here are the ten most promising places to invest. When covering Africa, reports of poverty, violence, and disease still dominate the headlines of Western media. This outdated narrative obscures what global consulting companies and economic publications have reported for the […]

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The IMF has told Norway to act to deflate its housing bubble, which it warns is the second biggest in the world after Canada. In its latest report on the oil-rich Nordic country, the fund  estimates that property prices are as much as 40 percent overvalued, up from 15 percent over-valued in 2011. “A large […]

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Greece has three days to reassure Europe and the IMF that it can deliver on conditions attached to its bailout in order to receive its next tranche of aid, four euro zone officials said on Tuesday. The lenders are unhappy with progress Greece has made towards reforming its public sector, a senior euro zone official involved in the negotiations said, […]

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