How the World Bank, IMF, and G20 Are Tackling Inequality, Climate
FEATURING ERIC LECOMPTE - A month after the Silicon Valley Bank collapsed, the World Bank and International Monetary Fund met in Washington DC. The meetings, which just wrapped up, were expected to focus on global economic stability, within the context of rising inflation, central bank interest rate hikes, and the war in Ukraine. But most discussions appeared to have taken place behind closed doors. Meanwhile the G20 Finance Ministers meeting also took place in Washington DC, wrapping up last week. In all these high-level international meetings, how did issues of debt, poverty, inequality, and the climate crisis play out?
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