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    Odious loans from UK banks to Mozambique – Write to your MP

    An audit into secret loans to Mozambique has been released, and it has raised huge questions about the role played by London-based banks. Please write to your MP now to ask them to support new regulations on debt transparency.

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    No bailout for Mozambique’s secret lenders

    Mozambique is in a stand-off with its creditors over $1.1 billion of secret debts revealed last year. But now campaigners in Mozambique fear the IMF will give the country new loans before those responsible for the scandal have been held to account. Please tell the UK government not to support a bailout for Mozambique’s secret […]

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    Tell Credit Suisse and VTB to drop the debts claimed from Mozambique

    In 2013 Credit Suisse and VTB lent $1.1 billion to two publicly-owned companies in Mozambique from their offices in London. Details of the loans were not made public, and they were never approved by Mozambique’s parliament – in direct contravention of the country’s constitution. Civil society groups in Mozambique have condemned the loans as ‘illegal’, […]

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    Tell the IMF to count the cost of Public-Private Partnerships

    The International Monetary Fund is reviewing its framework for judging whether countries have a debt crisis. Yet currently, the billions-of-dollars-a-year cost of public-private partnerships are not included.  

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  • Sign the Europe-wide petition to drop Greece’s debt

    More information At least 90% of the Greek bailout has paid off reckless lenders >> 6 key points about Greece’s debt >> How Europe cancelled Germany’s debt in 1953 >> The IMF has made €2.5 billion profit out of Greece loans >> This online campaign has been produced with the assistance of the European Union. […]

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