COVID-19: What low-income countries need for a more equal recovery

Meeting the needs of lower-income countries will require a 'coordinated, multifaceted, strong response'. Image: Pixabay/nattanan23

Guillaume Chabert

Deputy Director, The Strategy, Policy and Review Department of the International Monetary Fund

Robert Gregory

Deputy Unit Chief, IMF’s Strategy Policy and Review Department

Gaëlle Pierre

Senior Economist, The Strategy, Policy and Review Department of the International Monetary Fund


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