Financial and Monetary Systems

Debt is climbing again in low-income countries. What needs to change to reduce it?

China is now the largest official bilateral creditor in more than half of DSSI countries Image: REUTERS/Mike Hutchings/File Photo/File Photo/File Photo/File Photo

Guillaume Chabert
Deputy Director, The Strategy, Policy and Review Department of the International Monetary Fund
Martin Cerisola
Assistant Director, Chief of the Debt Policy Division in the Strategy and Policy review department, IMF
Dalia Hakura
Deputy Division Chief, IMF’s Strategy, Policy, and Review Department
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