A new report shows that debt relief in Nicaragua is only partly going to poverty reduction.
Members of the Brazilian parliament have called on their colleagues to form a parliamentary front on IFIs and the national banking system.
A new IMF working paper on the New Partnership for Africa's Development (NEPAD), calls the agreement "visionary".
The heads of the World Bank and IMF spoke to the General Council - the highest-level decision-making body of the World Trade Organisation - on 13 May on the benefits of increasing coherence between their respective agencies. Civil society groups counter that the use of the word 'coherence' is a ruse designed to bring countries in line with a set of flawed economic policies.
Civil society commentary on the 'IMF Staff Note on Macroeconomic Programming for Poverty Reduction'
Hopes are fading at the IMF for its proposal of a mechanism to restructure poor countries debt as opposition mounts.
Letter from Rt Hon Baroness Symons, UK Minister of State International Trade and Investment in response to NGO memorandum on the Baku-Ceyhan oil pipeline.
Questions about what advice MIGA provided to the Ethiopian government in its role as mediator in a $6m suit filed against the country by the Swiss multinational.
Private creditors oppose the proposed “sovereign debt restructuring mechanism” (SDRM) and the Fund seems ready to further dilute a plan that NGOs already considered flawed.