IMF steps up efforts against poor governance and corruption in Africa
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is stepping up its engagement with the African continent to address long-standing issues of poor governance and corruption.
Speaking at their High-Level Conference on the promotion of good governance and fight against corruption this week this week, IMF Deputy Managing Director, Antoinette Sayeh revealed the Fund’s enhanced framework was approved in 2018 and is based on over 20 years of research.
“Our efforts focus on reducing vulnerabilities to corruption by strengthening g...
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