News & Announcements

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11/04/2022
Leading indicators point to growth losing momentum in Europe
Type: News Feeds
Feed Source: OECD
08/04/2022
EIB President Werner Hoyer joined leaders from the G7, G20 and the African Union in Berlin today for the Break COVID Now summit, hosted by the German Chancellor.
Type: News Feeds
Feed Source: EIB
06/04/2022
The end goal of all evaluation is influence. Evaluation influence comes at various levels and in various types.
Type: News Feeds
Feed Source: ADB
05/04/2022
Inflation in the OECD area climbs further, hitting 7.7% in February 2022
Type: News Feeds
Feed Source: OECD
05/04/2022
This paper documents the Chair's Summary of the Development Effectiveness Committee (DEC) discussion held on 5 April 2022.
Type: News Feeds
Feed Source: ADB
04/04/2022
As part of a series of events organised to debate current trends in investment in different EU Member States, Banco de España, Banco de Portugal and the European Investment Bank, hosted their first joint conference entitled “Financing Corporates:
Type: News Feeds
Feed Source: EIB
04/04/2022
Accelerating structural reforms will be the key for Tunisia to recover fully from the COVID-19 recession, overcome economic vulnerabilities and raise living standards for all, according to a new OECD report.
Type: News Feeds
Feed Source: OECD
04/04/2022
Following the signature of the InvestEU Guarantee Agreement between the
Type: News Feeds
Feed Source: EIB
04/04/2022
The policy-based loan provided budgetary and technical assistance support to address key constraints within the health system and implement the reforms. Its expected impact was a universal health coverage achieved under the Health Sector Reform St
Type: News Feeds
Feed Source: ADB
04/04/2022
The Governance and Capacity Development in Public Sector Management Program sought to improve overall public sector capacity and governance framework, strengthen PFM, and undertake public administration reforms with the aim of achieving sustained
Type: News Feeds
Feed Source: ADB

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