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Will Finland cut aid to Nicaragua?

Will Finland cut aid to Nicaragua? | Social Finance Matters (investing and business models for good) | Scoop.it

Nicaragua is one of the biggest recipients of Finnish development aid. If Finland pulls its aid, it would be the second European country to do so following President Daniel Ortega's controversial reelection three months ago.

 

Sandinista government officials are downplaying reports in the Finnish press that Finland is preparing to pull its $13 million in per annum aid to Nicaragua over concerns about the country’s commitment to democracy and human rights.

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Korea to provide US$200mln to support development projects in Peru

The government of the Republic of Korea aims to provide Peru with some 200 million dollars to support the execution of development projects, reported the National Center for Strategic Planning (Ceplan).

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Latin America Sees Own Past in West’s Economic Crises

Latin America Sees Own Past in West’s Economic Crises | Social Finance Matters (investing and business models for good) | Scoop.it

After years of hearing lectures on fiscal prudence from the West, many in Latin America are left with bewilderment, and even a little schadenfreude, at the West’s problems.

 

For many months now, Latin Americans have been monitoring the constant drumbeat of crises in developed countries with bewilderment, irony and, yes, even a bit of schadenfreude. To them, Europe and the United States are displaying problems once associated with their region, which, not long ago, was a perennial champion in financial crises and bailouts.

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Transparency in South-South Cooperation - The First Tranche ...

Transparency in South-South Cooperation - The First Tranche ... | Social Finance Matters (investing and business models for good) | Scoop.it

Transparency would, of course, give the Chávez administration an opportunity to counter its critics. It would also help the research community better understand the rapidly evolving paradigm of South-South development cooperation...

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