The staff of the International Monetary Fund and the East African government have reached a preliminary agreement for a three-year, $2.9 billion financing package to support the African country’s economic reform program.
Rwanda secures $55mn from WB to reduce chronic malnutrition
United Capital CEO explores ways Nigerian gvt can finance 2018 budget
Op-Ed: S.A’s NHI – Is it necessary or appropriate for government to provide “free healthcare for all”?
Directly or indirectly, the government would control the availability, financing, and delivery of healthcare — the choice would no longer be ours to make.
“In recent years, investment in health has been getting a raw deal in comparison to other sectors of the economy."
The Eurobonds were issued from 2012 to 2015, and the Zambian government planned to re-finance them with longer-dated bonds at a lower cost.
Edgar Lungu said after the Zambian vote that "tough decisions will be made" to support growth and control expenditure.