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South Sudan delegation in U.S for IMF/World Bank meetings

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October 9, 2017 (WASHINGTON) – A high-level South Sudanese delegation led by its Finance and Planning Minister, Stephen Dhieu Dau is in Washington DC to attend the annual meeting of the World Bank and International Monetary Fund (IMF) Boards of Governors.

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The South Sudanese delegation attending the IMF/World Bank meeting in Washington DC, October 9, 2017 (Larco Lomayat)

The annual meeting will take place from 09-15 October.

The event brings together central bankers, ministers of finance and development, parliamentarians, private sector executives, civil society representatives and academics to discuss issues of global concern, including the world economic outlook, poverty eradication, economic development, and aid effectiveness.

Seminars, regional briefings, press conferences, and many other events focused on the global economy, international development, and the world’s financial system will grace the event.

Also on South Sudan team are the Central Bank Governor, Othom Rago Ajak, first undersecretary of the Ministry of Finance and Planning, Agak Achuil Lual, Director General of Budget in the Finance Ministry, Simon Kimang Lado, Deputy Director for Statistics and Research, Bank of South Sudan,Charles Abugo Joseph, Technical Advisor for Policy, Aid Coordination and External Affairs in the Finance and Planning ministry, Abraham Diing Akoi.

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  • 10 October 17:44, by lino

    Good luck!!!

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    • 11 October 02:20, by Eyez

      Lino
      Your corrupt Uncles will get stiffed....the IMF and other western institutions will never hand out money to hungry squirrels. So there wouldn’t be more funds to finance your bloody war or to line your pockets with....... hahahaha

      Itakum Jienge del der haragu ma benzin wu zifit asan tayuk takum ta bagara de ma arufu ayi haja tani ile nar bes. Lakin malukum ya nas abunyalama itakum?

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  • 11 October 03:14, by Don-Don Malith Rual

    Be careful not to sign us up again, we had enough debt with the world 🌍 🏦 bank there is no point of taking money 💵 in the name of public, and yet there’s no peace ? and stability, second to it the money end up in the pockets of burgorise, leave us a lone to suffered and die a lone we don’t need money at this point in ? time, peace first

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  • 11 October 03:15, by Don-Don Malith Rual

    Was it a government mission or personal delegation?
    And that’s the agenda?

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  • 11 October 15:21, by Real Person.

    I need World Bank Leaders and IMF not to give a single $ to those corrupts officials. they have to bring back the looted sum of $ that they had stolen from public account before attempting to make another loan which will be a great burden on us later. they have already reach the sun-set time and they don’t care about the future generation.

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