EBRD seeks faster response from members as it gears up for southern Mediterranean
Issue 231 - 17 May 2012
The multilateral created to pull former communist economies into the global market is gearing up to provide significant support for North Africa, but like other elements of the so-called Deauville Partnership, things are not moving as quickly as supporters of the ‘Arab Spring’ would like, writes Jon Marks
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