The US Agency for International Development (USAID) plans to allocate two million dollars to the civil sector in Serbia, according to a document RT has seen.
The funds have been set aside to, among other things, strengthen the ties between the civil, private sector and the state, Sputnik is reporting.
In an opinion article by signed by J. Kyle Bass in Bloomberg titled “The IMF needs to stop torturing Greece”, the author, who is a chief investment officer for Haynman Capital Management with a stake in Greek banking shares, urges the IMF to ease up on its harsh demands from Greece and consider writing off part of what is owed to it by the embattled country. From Bloomberg:
European companies suffer from "promise fatigue" over China's failure to follow through on pledges to open its market, the EU Chamber of Commerce in China said on Sept. 19.
The chamber issued an annual 400-page report detailing the regulatory barriers that continue to hinder investment in the world's second-largest economy.
French President Emmanuel Macron on Thursday urged the International Monetary Fund to show "good faith" in upcoming Greek debt talks.
"The IMF's role in the end of these talks must be in good faith and without adding further conditionality," Macron told journalists in a joint news conference in Athens with Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras.
The World Bank Group and Turkey have renewed their partnership with the introduction of a new Country Partnership Framework (CPF) with a substantial amount of financing line late in August.
The 2018-2021 CPF for Turkey focuses on three core areas: Growth, inclusion and sustainability, read a World Bank Group statement, which was released on Aug. 30.