Sudan’s debt cancelled by France, AfDB & others

France has announced cancellation of $5 billion debt owed by Sudan and pledged a $1.5 billion bridge loan to help the country pay its arrears to the International Monetary Fund. Other countries and organisations such as the African Development Bank have done the same. Ahmed Soliman, Research Fellow at Chatham House spoke to CNBC Africa’s Julius Bizimungu for more.

Wed, 19 May 2021 14:52:16 GMT
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