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FM Meets World Bank President, Discusses, Covid-19, Russia-Ukraine War, Economy

She mentioned that India remains concerned about the risks to global recovery due to rising uncertainty amidst enhanced geopolitical tensions

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Faster Global Growth Driven Primarily By US, China And India: World Bank President

The World Bank and the IMF are working closely together to have successful implementation of the G20's Common Framework to deal with unsustainable debt situations.

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US Treasury Chief discusses pandemic, climate change with World Bank head

US Treasury Chief discusses pandemic, climate change with World Bank head

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World Bank Chief, A Trump Appointee, 'Deeply Appalled' By Storming Of Capitol

Images of protesters breaking windows and scaling the walls of the Capitol triggered shock and dismay around the world, with many world leaders faulting Trump for helping foment the attack.

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COVID-19 to potentially increase child mortality in developing countries by 45 per cent: World Bank

COVID-19 to potentially increase child mortality in developing countries by 45 per cent: World Bank

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World Bank Names Financial Crisis Expert Reinhart As Chief Economist

World Bank President David Malpass said in a statement Reinhart's experience and insights would prove invaluable as the coronavirus pandemic heaps economic pain on developing countries.

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World Bank's Malpass Upbeat On Prospects For Progress On Debt Relief

Malpass said the proposal would be discussed next week by finance officials of both the Group of Seven (G7) and Group of 20 (G20) economies

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World Bank Announces Up To $12 Billion In Immediate Funds For Coronavirus

The IFC will also work with corporate clients in strategic sectors such as medical equipment and pharmaceuticals to sustain supply chains and limit downside risks.

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World Bank Not Considering New China Loans To Fight Coronavirus, President Says

Inside China, more than 300 companies from food delivery services to smartphone makers are seeking more than $8.2 billion in loans to ease the impact of the coronavirus.

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