In this blog, Eurodad's director Jesse Griffiths explores the UN report World Economic Situation and Prospects
After crunching all the numbers, the UN’s top finance experts calculate that, in net terms (finance inflows minus finance outflows), developing countries as a whole have been exporting money to the developed world at least since 2004.
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Next month, the G20 finance ministers and representatives of the Heads of State and Government (the G20 Sherpas) will meet in Germany.
In 2017, the G20’s long-standing focus on private finance for infrastructure remains unchanged; this time as a way of implementing the 2030 Agenda. In practice, the primary means of financing infrastructure projects is through public-private partnerships (PPPs). As CSOs submit their positions to the G20, it's a great time to reflect on Eurodad's report What lies beneath? A critical assessment of PPPs and their impact on sustainable development.