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On June 1 Tove Maria Ryding spoke during a hearing held by the Special Committee on Tax Rulings and Other Measures Similar in Nature or Effect, held at the European Parliament and convened in response ...
The European Parliament has passed a Resolution that demands that the EU participates constructively in the UN General Assembly process to create a multilateral sovereign debt restructuring framework. ...
This month Eurodad interviewed Richard Kozul-Wright, director of UNCTAD's Globalisation and Development Strategies Division, on the UNCTAD’s new Roadmap and Guide for Sovereign Debt Workouts.  Why ...
May 26 2015 EU Ministers, meeting today to finalise the EU’s position ahead of the crucial UN Financing for Development (FFD) summit in Addis Ababa, preferred to promote a controversial and problematic ...
This is a guest post by Jan Van de Poel, Policy officer with Eurodad member 11.11.11 On Wednesday last week (6 May) all major parties represented in the Belgian federal parliament signed a proposal ...
Why it would be good for the IMF if Greece stopped repaying the IMF loans By Bodo Ellmers   The creditor community has another shock and awe moment this week, as more and more influential actors argue ...
This blog was first published in Dutch on Vice Versa Magazine How can investments in and for the private sector contribute to development cooperation? This is more or less the key question on the agenda ...