Debt Resolution

Towards justice-centred debt solutions: Lessons from Argentina

In a report titled, “Towards justice-centred debt solutions: Lessons from Argentina,” launched by Eurodad's member Debt & Development Coalition Ireland (DDCI), Argentine economist Professor Alan Cibils points to a number of lessons for Ireland and Europe from the Argentinean experience of debt crisis.

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Bodo Ellmers

Vultures in Paris: Bilateral creditors achieve deal with Argentina

Argentina and its bilateral creditors, coordinated by the Paris Club, have reached a deal to settle outstanding loans that were in default since 2001. According to the agreement made on 29 May, Argentina is going to pay US$ 9.7 billion over the next five years.

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Bodo Ellmers

Vulture funds: US court ruling on Argentina enrages debt justice campaigners

The long litigation odyssey between the government of Argentina and holdout creditors continues.

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Bodo Ellmers

IMF acknowledges failure of recent debt restructurings, proposes new reforms

As the United Nations moves rapidly towards alternative proposals to sovereign debt work-out, it seems that the International Monetary Fund (IMF) does not want to be sidelined on the issue.

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Eurodad

39 CSOs sign up urging EU to cancel Haiti’s debt

Almost 40 civil society organizations signed a letter calling upon Members of the European Parliament Committee on Development and European Development Ministers to take action with respect to Haiti’s debt.

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