Gambia: 'Inconsistent Economic Policies' Intensify Dalasi Depreciation, Says IMF
Although growth has been picking up, weaknesses in the balance of payments have persisted, leading to depreciation pressures on the Gambian dalasi, which were intensified most recently by inconsistent economic policies, the International Monetary Fund said on Sunday.
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#1 Sep 22, 2013
Is IMF still allowed to operate in Africa??!
When will Africa kick them out of this continent???
IMF wants to keep africa poor forever and keep your necks on a very tite rope until you dead and never be free from their clotches.
Now think Africa, think. Why do you think that the very people that enslaved you, colonized and raped you entire continent will suddenly change their minds and say:: oh your poor africans, we are going to help you get rich after rubbing you off everything including your pride and dignity.
Are africans that naive or dumm?? When will you remember your history and wake up?? When will you wake up?? Is the west is any position to talk about economy given their own messsssssss??!!! Haaaaa
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