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J-Palm Facilitates Sustainable Market for Smallholder Farmers

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The challenges facing Liberian agriculture sector, including smallholder farmers, are well documented. Among the top obstacles facing the farmers is a limited or lack...

Global Growth to Slow to 2.9 percent in 2019 as Trade,...

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Emerging, developing economies should rebuild policy buffers, boost productivity to sustain growth Global economic growth is projected to soften from a downwardly revised 3 percent...

World Bank Approves US$29M for Southeastern Road Project

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The World Bank Board of Executive Directors yesterday approved an International Development Association (IDA) credit financing of US$29 million for the Liberia Southeastern Corridor...

‘It’s Time to Fast-track National Population Census,’ -Pres. Weah

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President George Weah says the conduct of national population census is necessary and unavoidable and must, therefore, be fast-tracked, a release from Executive Mansion...

World Bank Commits US$4B to Blue Economy

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-Says additional US$1.5 billion in pipeline The World Bank has disclosed that its Blue Economy portfolio has reached US$4.1 billion, and an additional US$1.5 billion...

World Bank Donates 11 Vehicles Land Authority

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The Project Implementation Unit (PIU) of the World Bank supported Liberia Land Administration Project (LLAP) has handed-over 11 new vehicles to the Liberia Land...

Chamber of Commerce, IFC Sign Corporation Agreement

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- Holds first SME Conference in Monrovia The Liberia Chamber of Commerce (LCC) in partnership with the International Finance Corporation (IFC) as part of the...

World Bank Group Announces US$200Bn Over 5 Years for Climate Action

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The World Bank Group yesterday announced a major new set of climate targets for 2021-2025, doubling its current 5-year investments to around US$200 billion...

MCC, PCC Receive US$2M Worth of Yellow Machines

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To fast-track the collection of wastes across Monrovia, the World Bank has presented three yellow garbage collecting machines to authorities of the Monrovia City...