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# World Bank

Last year
Latest World Bank report offers dim outlook for global economy in 2023
All time
World Bank approves billion dollar fund for developing countries to fight future pandemics
Global economy at risk of 'stagflation' sparked by Ukraine invasion, says World Bank
World Bank to fund Covid vaccine rollout in Lebanon
Mary Robinson to lead investigation into head of African Development Bank
Minister writes to Grealish asking him to clarify 'apparent ethnic basis' of Nigerian money statement
World Bank says remittance estimates from Ireland to Nigeria are not reliable
This is where Ireland really ranks for setting up and running a business
Ireland really is the best small country in the world to do business*
Does Ireland side with David or Goliath on the world stage?
Climate change 'will trap millions of people in poverty'
Money repatriated abroad has fallen in the last six years
New World Bank president : Too few people know the problems we tackle
Poorer nations facing 'tougher times' as China slows
Six things to know about the new president of the World Bank
Malawi swears in southern Africa's first female president
Malawi confirms its president is dead
World Bank warns of global growth slowdown
Tensions mount between Venezuela and United States
IMF hack attack 'the work of a foreign government'
Hillary Clinton 'in talks to quit White House for World Bank' - report
G20 countries agree guidelines aimed at preventing future financial crises
Ireland: Good for a holiday, and good for business
Ireland has turned a corner. No, really - S&P
Pakistan: Second wave of deaths forecast