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G20 backs $650 billion boost in IMF resources

G20 backs $650 billion boost in IMF resources

The Group of 20 major industrial countries issued a joint statement that also announced that agreed on a proposal to boost the resources of the International Monetary Fund by $650 billion. This is aimed at providing support to poorer nations who have been hit by the Covid-19 pandemic. However, the proposal still needs approval from the IMF’s board and then contributions from member countries.

Simone
Simone
Nunya
Nunya 1 weeks

C'mon newsvoice get your S together. Who's editing this site, dementia Joe?

K.
K. 1 weeks

Correct me if I’m wrong but none of the articles are about the title. SMH

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my opinion may offend you 1 weeks

Where is the article about Michigan covid cases?

Shono
Shono 1 weeks

Michigan residents got the vaccine and 246 tested positive...but its just natural causes that 3 of them dead. Uh huh

James
James 4 days

So as I understand it, 20 countries who are already broke and in debt up to their eyeballs have agreed to loan the IMF more money that really doesn't exist so the IMF can relend it to poorer countries that likely will be unable to repay the monies that really don't exist in the first place. Your voted politician scam artists at work...

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