Here Comes Another Third-World Bailout

Park, Scott
July 1999
Human Events;07/09/99, Vol. 55 Issue 25, p3
Reports on the approval of the leaders of the Group of Seven nations for a Third World bailout scheme. Estimated cost of the bailout; Purpose of the plan; How the bailout money will be moved; Basic problem with the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank.


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