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Aries Horoscope

Jun 14, 2024… Aries, you will likely be bold and brash today, but need to be careful not to take it too far. Let your personality shine and things can really go your way. You can feel a pull to be all action. Simply remember that while on your quest to make your mark, remain humble in all things or run the risk of going overboard. Take on the world with a positive vibe and you’ll shine bright.

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U.N. Report Claims US Leads the World in Public Debt

(UnitedVoice.com) – The United Nations (UN) tracks each country’s public debt. The alliance recently released a report that found the United States is at the top of the pile, which is not good news for the country.

On June 4, the UN Trade and Development Program said the global public debt ticked up by a record $97 trillion in 2023. The group reported that the value of money governments owed increased by $5.6 trillion in 2023 year on year. The findings were included in the “A World of Debt” report.

According to the findings, the US led the world with the most public debt, totaling more than $33 trillion. That accounted for approximately 34% of the global public debt in 2023. The debt now stands at almost $35 trillion.

China is in second place, with debt totaling about $15 trillion, and Japan is in third place, with more than $10 trillion.

The high-interest payments are crippling nations and increasing faster than growth in public spending which is essential for the good of the people. The report warned that developing nations should not be forced to choose between making interest payments on their debt or serving people.

One in three countries in the developing world are paying more money toward their interest payments than they are on programs in “critical areas for human development, including education and health care.”

President Joe Biden and Kenyan President William Ruto discussed the increased debt during a May meeting. The world leaders urged other countries to reduce the debt burden that is crushing developing countries. Congress passed a bill in March allowing the US to lend the International Monetary Fund trust up to $21 billion.

The fund provides low-income countries with zero-interest loans. Biden echoed the report’s words, saying too many countries are forced to choose between paying their debt and providing their people with the services they need.

Copyright 2024, UnitedVoice.com

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U.N. Report Claims US Leads the World in Public Debt

(UnitedVoice.com) – The United Nations (UN) tracks each country’s public debt. The alliance recently released a report that found the United States is at the top of the pile, which is not good news for the country.

On June 4, the UN Trade and Development Program said the global public debt ticked up by a record $97 trillion in 2023. The group reported that the value of money governments owed increased by $5.6 trillion in 2023 year on year. The findings were included in the “A World of Debt” report.

According to the findings, the US led the world with the most public debt, totaling more than $33 trillion. That accounted for approximately 34% of the global public debt in 2023. The debt now stands at almost $35 trillion.

China is in second place, with debt totaling about $15 trillion, and Japan is in third place, with more than $10 trillion.

The high-interest payments are crippling nations and increasing faster than growth in public spending which is essential for the good of the people. The report warned that developing nations should not be forced to choose between making interest payments on their debt or serving people.

One in three countries in the developing world are paying more money toward their interest payments than they are on programs in “critical areas for human development, including education and health care.”

President Joe Biden and Kenyan President William Ruto discussed the increased debt during a May meeting. The world leaders urged other countries to reduce the debt burden that is crushing developing countries. Congress passed a bill in March allowing the US to lend the International Monetary Fund trust up to $21 billion.

The fund provides low-income countries with zero-interest loans. Biden echoed the report’s words, saying too many countries are forced to choose between paying their debt and providing their people with the services they need.

Copyright 2024, UnitedVoice.com

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U.N. Report Claims US Leads the World in Public Debt

(UnitedVoice.com) – The United Nations (UN) tracks each country’s public debt. The alliance recently released a report that found the United States is at the top of the pile, which is not good news for the country.

On June 4, the UN Trade and Development Program said the global public debt ticked up by a record $97 trillion in 2023. The group reported that the value of money governments owed increased by $5.6 trillion in 2023 year on year. The findings were included in the “A World of Debt” report.

According to the findings, the US led the world with the most public debt, totaling more than $33 trillion. That accounted for approximately 34% of the global public debt in 2023. The debt now stands at almost $35 trillion.

China is in second place, with debt totaling about $15 trillion, and Japan is in third place, with more than $10 trillion.

The high-interest payments are crippling nations and increasing faster than growth in public spending which is essential for the good of the people. The report warned that developing nations should not be forced to choose between making interest payments on their debt or serving people.

One in three countries in the developing world are paying more money toward their interest payments than they are on programs in “critical areas for human development, including education and health care.”

President Joe Biden and Kenyan President William Ruto discussed the increased debt during a May meeting. The world leaders urged other countries to reduce the debt burden that is crushing developing countries. Congress passed a bill in March allowing the US to lend the International Monetary Fund trust up to $21 billion.

The fund provides low-income countries with zero-interest loans. Biden echoed the report’s words, saying too many countries are forced to choose between paying their debt and providing their people with the services they need.

Copyright 2024, UnitedVoice.com

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U.N. Report Claims US Leads the World in Public Debt

(UnitedVoice.com) – The United Nations (UN) tracks each country’s public debt. The alliance recently released a report that found the United States is at the top of the pile, which is not good news for the country.

On June 4, the UN Trade and Development Program said the global public debt ticked up by a record $97 trillion in 2023. The group reported that the value of money governments owed increased by $5.6 trillion in 2023 year on year. The findings were included in the “A World of Debt” report.

According to the findings, the US led the world with the most public debt, totaling more than $33 trillion. That accounted for approximately 34% of the global public debt in 2023. The debt now stands at almost $35 trillion.

China is in second place, with debt totaling about $15 trillion, and Japan is in third place, with more than $10 trillion.

The high-interest payments are crippling nations and increasing faster than growth in public spending which is essential for the good of the people. The report warned that developing nations should not be forced to choose between making interest payments on their debt or serving people.

One in three countries in the developing world are paying more money toward their interest payments than they are on programs in “critical areas for human development, including education and health care.”

President Joe Biden and Kenyan President William Ruto discussed the increased debt during a May meeting. The world leaders urged other countries to reduce the debt burden that is crushing developing countries. Congress passed a bill in March allowing the US to lend the International Monetary Fund trust up to $21 billion.

The fund provides low-income countries with zero-interest loans. Biden echoed the report’s words, saying too many countries are forced to choose between paying their debt and providing their people with the services they need.

Copyright 2024, UnitedVoice.com

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U.N. Report Claims US Leads the World in Public Debt

(UnitedVoice.com) – The United Nations (UN) tracks each country’s public debt. The alliance recently released a report that found the United States is at the top of the pile, which is not good news for the country.

On June 4, the UN Trade and Development Program said the global public debt ticked up by a record $97 trillion in 2023. The group reported that the value of money governments owed increased by $5.6 trillion in 2023 year on year. The findings were included in the “A World of Debt” report.

According to the findings, the US led the world with the most public debt, totaling more than $33 trillion. That accounted for approximately 34% of the global public debt in 2023. The debt now stands at almost $35 trillion.

China is in second place, with debt totaling about $15 trillion, and Japan is in third place, with more than $10 trillion.

The high-interest payments are crippling nations and increasing faster than growth in public spending which is essential for the good of the people. The report warned that developing nations should not be forced to choose between making interest payments on their debt or serving people.

One in three countries in the developing world are paying more money toward their interest payments than they are on programs in “critical areas for human development, including education and health care.”

President Joe Biden and Kenyan President William Ruto discussed the increased debt during a May meeting. The world leaders urged other countries to reduce the debt burden that is crushing developing countries. Congress passed a bill in March allowing the US to lend the International Monetary Fund trust up to $21 billion.

The fund provides low-income countries with zero-interest loans. Biden echoed the report’s words, saying too many countries are forced to choose between paying their debt and providing their people with the services they need.

Copyright 2024, UnitedVoice.com

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U.N. Report Claims US Leads the World in Public Debt

(UnitedVoice.com) – The United Nations (UN) tracks each country’s public debt. The alliance recently released a report that found the United States is at the top of the pile, which is not good news for the country.

On June 4, the UN Trade and Development Program said the global public debt ticked up by a record $97 trillion in 2023. The group reported that the value of money governments owed increased by $5.6 trillion in 2023 year on year. The findings were included in the “A World of Debt” report.

According to the findings, the US led the world with the most public debt, totaling more than $33 trillion. That accounted for approximately 34% of the global public debt in 2023. The debt now stands at almost $35 trillion.

China is in second place, with debt totaling about $15 trillion, and Japan is in third place, with more than $10 trillion.

The high-interest payments are crippling nations and increasing faster than growth in public spending which is essential for the good of the people. The report warned that developing nations should not be forced to choose between making interest payments on their debt or serving people.

One in three countries in the developing world are paying more money toward their interest payments than they are on programs in “critical areas for human development, including education and health care.”

President Joe Biden and Kenyan President William Ruto discussed the increased debt during a May meeting. The world leaders urged other countries to reduce the debt burden that is crushing developing countries. Congress passed a bill in March allowing the US to lend the International Monetary Fund trust up to $21 billion.

The fund provides low-income countries with zero-interest loans. Biden echoed the report’s words, saying too many countries are forced to choose between paying their debt and providing their people with the services they need.

Copyright 2024, UnitedVoice.com

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Aries Horoscope

Jun 14, 2024… Aquarians can look for creative ways to spend time with a loved one today. Friday’s vibe is highly imaginative, and can bring some extra fun into this day. Try to get together with a special someone and plan something that’s mutually interesting and compelling. Half the fun is spending quality time planning things out and anticipating the thrill and excitement that’s sure to come.

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U.N. Report Claims US Leads the World in Public Debt

(UnitedVoice.com) – The United Nations (UN) tracks each country’s public debt. The alliance recently released a report that found the United States is at the top of the pile, which is not good news for the country.

On June 4, the UN Trade and Development Program said the global public debt ticked up by a record $97 trillion in 2023. The group reported that the value of money governments owed increased by $5.6 trillion in 2023 year on year. The findings were included in the “A World of Debt” report.

According to the findings, the US led the world with the most public debt, totaling more than $33 trillion. That accounted for approximately 34% of the global public debt in 2023. The debt now stands at almost $35 trillion.

China is in second place, with debt totaling about $15 trillion, and Japan is in third place, with more than $10 trillion.

The high-interest payments are crippling nations and increasing faster than growth in public spending which is essential for the good of the people. The report warned that developing nations should not be forced to choose between making interest payments on their debt or serving people.

One in three countries in the developing world are paying more money toward their interest payments than they are on programs in “critical areas for human development, including education and health care.”

President Joe Biden and Kenyan President William Ruto discussed the increased debt during a May meeting. The world leaders urged other countries to reduce the debt burden that is crushing developing countries. Congress passed a bill in March allowing the US to lend the International Monetary Fund trust up to $21 billion.

The fund provides low-income countries with zero-interest loans. Biden echoed the report’s words, saying too many countries are forced to choose between paying their debt and providing their people with the services they need.

Copyright 2024, UnitedVoice.com

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U.N. Report Claims US Leads the World in Public Debt

(UnitedVoice.com) – The United Nations (UN) tracks each country’s public debt. The alliance recently released a report that found the United States is at the top of the pile, which is not good news for the country.

On June 4, the UN Trade and Development Program said the global public debt ticked up by a record $97 trillion in 2023. The group reported that the value of money governments owed increased by $5.6 trillion in 2023 year on year. The findings were included in the “A World of Debt” report.

According to the findings, the US led the world with the most public debt, totaling more than $33 trillion. That accounted for approximately 34% of the global public debt in 2023. The debt now stands at almost $35 trillion.

China is in second place, with debt totaling about $15 trillion, and Japan is in third place, with more than $10 trillion.

The high-interest payments are crippling nations and increasing faster than growth in public spending which is essential for the good of the people. The report warned that developing nations should not be forced to choose between making interest payments on their debt or serving people.

One in three countries in the developing world are paying more money toward their interest payments than they are on programs in “critical areas for human development, including education and health care.”

President Joe Biden and Kenyan President William Ruto discussed the increased debt during a May meeting. The world leaders urged other countries to reduce the debt burden that is crushing developing countries. Congress passed a bill in March allowing the US to lend the International Monetary Fund trust up to $21 billion.

The fund provides low-income countries with zero-interest loans. Biden echoed the report’s words, saying too many countries are forced to choose between paying their debt and providing their people with the services they need.

Copyright 2024, UnitedVoice.com

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U.N. Report Claims US Leads the World in Public Debt

(UnitedVoice.com) – The United Nations (UN) tracks each country’s public debt. The alliance recently released a report that found the United States is at the top of the pile, which is not good news for the country.

On June 4, the UN Trade and Development Program said the global public debt ticked up by a record $97 trillion in 2023. The group reported that the value of money governments owed increased by $5.6 trillion in 2023 year on year. The findings were included in the “A World of Debt” report.

According to the findings, the US led the world with the most public debt, totaling more than $33 trillion. That accounted for approximately 34% of the global public debt in 2023. The debt now stands at almost $35 trillion.

China is in second place, with debt totaling about $15 trillion, and Japan is in third place, with more than $10 trillion.

The high-interest payments are crippling nations and increasing faster than growth in public spending which is essential for the good of the people. The report warned that developing nations should not be forced to choose between making interest payments on their debt or serving people.

One in three countries in the developing world are paying more money toward their interest payments than they are on programs in “critical areas for human development, including education and health care.”

President Joe Biden and Kenyan President William Ruto discussed the increased debt during a May meeting. The world leaders urged other countries to reduce the debt burden that is crushing developing countries. Congress passed a bill in March allowing the US to lend the International Monetary Fund trust up to $21 billion.

The fund provides low-income countries with zero-interest loans. Biden echoed the report’s words, saying too many countries are forced to choose between paying their debt and providing their people with the services they need.

Copyright 2024, UnitedVoice.com

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U.N. Report Claims US Leads the World in Public Debt

(UnitedVoice.com) – The United Nations (UN) tracks each country’s public debt. The alliance recently released a report that found the United States is at the top of the pile, which is not good news for the country.

On June 4, the UN Trade and Development Program said the global public debt ticked up by a record $97 trillion in 2023. The group reported that the value of money governments owed increased by $5.6 trillion in 2023 year on year. The findings were included in the “A World of Debt” report.

According to the findings, the US led the world with the most public debt, totaling more than $33 trillion. That accounted for approximately 34% of the global public debt in 2023. The debt now stands at almost $35 trillion.

China is in second place, with debt totaling about $15 trillion, and Japan is in third place, with more than $10 trillion.

The high-interest payments are crippling nations and increasing faster than growth in public spending which is essential for the good of the people. The report warned that developing nations should not be forced to choose between making interest payments on their debt or serving people.

One in three countries in the developing world are paying more money toward their interest payments than they are on programs in “critical areas for human development, including education and health care.”

President Joe Biden and Kenyan President William Ruto discussed the increased debt during a May meeting. The world leaders urged other countries to reduce the debt burden that is crushing developing countries. Congress passed a bill in March allowing the US to lend the International Monetary Fund trust up to $21 billion.

The fund provides low-income countries with zero-interest loans. Biden echoed the report’s words, saying too many countries are forced to choose between paying their debt and providing their people with the services they need.

Copyright 2024, UnitedVoice.com

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U.N. Report Claims US Leads the World in Public Debt

(UnitedVoice.com) – The United Nations (UN) tracks each country’s public debt. The alliance recently released a report that found the United States is at the top of the pile, which is not good news for the country.

On June 4, the UN Trade and Development Program said the global public debt ticked up by a record $97 trillion in 2023. The group reported that the value of money governments owed increased by $5.6 trillion in 2023 year on year. The findings were included in the “A World of Debt” report.

According to the findings, the US led the world with the most public debt, totaling more than $33 trillion. That accounted for approximately 34% of the global public debt in 2023. The debt now stands at almost $35 trillion.

China is in second place, with debt totaling about $15 trillion, and Japan is in third place, with more than $10 trillion.

The high-interest payments are crippling nations and increasing faster than growth in public spending which is essential for the good of the people. The report warned that developing nations should not be forced to choose between making interest payments on their debt or serving people.

One in three countries in the developing world are paying more money toward their interest payments than they are on programs in “critical areas for human development, including education and health care.”

President Joe Biden and Kenyan President William Ruto discussed the increased debt during a May meeting. The world leaders urged other countries to reduce the debt burden that is crushing developing countries. Congress passed a bill in March allowing the US to lend the International Monetary Fund trust up to $21 billion.

The fund provides low-income countries with zero-interest loans. Biden echoed the report’s words, saying too many countries are forced to choose between paying their debt and providing their people with the services they need.

Copyright 2024, UnitedVoice.com

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U.N. Report Claims US Leads the World in Public Debt

(UnitedVoice.com) – The United Nations (UN) tracks each country’s public debt. The alliance recently released a report that found the United States is at the top of the pile, which is not good news for the country.

On June 4, the UN Trade and Development Program said the global public debt ticked up by a record $97 trillion in 2023. The group reported that the value of money governments owed increased by $5.6 trillion in 2023 year on year. The findings were included in the “A World of Debt” report.

According to the findings, the US led the world with the most public debt, totaling more than $33 trillion. That accounted for approximately 34% of the global public debt in 2023. The debt now stands at almost $35 trillion.

China is in second place, with debt totaling about $15 trillion, and Japan is in third place, with more than $10 trillion.

The high-interest payments are crippling nations and increasing faster than growth in public spending which is essential for the good of the people. The report warned that developing nations should not be forced to choose between making interest payments on their debt or serving people.

One in three countries in the developing world are paying more money toward their interest payments than they are on programs in “critical areas for human development, including education and health care.”

President Joe Biden and Kenyan President William Ruto discussed the increased debt during a May meeting. The world leaders urged other countries to reduce the debt burden that is crushing developing countries. Congress passed a bill in March allowing the US to lend the International Monetary Fund trust up to $21 billion.

The fund provides low-income countries with zero-interest loans. Biden echoed the report’s words, saying too many countries are forced to choose between paying their debt and providing their people with the services they need.

Copyright 2024, UnitedVoice.com

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Aries Horoscope

Jun 14, 2024… Aquarians can look for creative ways to spend time with a loved one today. Friday’s vibe is highly imaginative, and can bring some extra fun into this day. Try to get together with a special someone and plan something that’s mutually interesting and compelling. Half the fun is spending quality time planning things out and anticipating the thrill and excitement that’s sure to come.

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U.N. Report Claims US Leads the World in Public Debt

(UnitedVoice.com) – The United Nations (UN) tracks each country’s public debt. The alliance recently released a report that found the United States is at the top of the pile, which is not good news for the country.

On June 4, the UN Trade and Development Program said the global public debt ticked up by a record $97 trillion in 2023. The group reported that the value of money governments owed increased by $5.6 trillion in 2023 year on year. The findings were included in the “A World of Debt” report.

According to the findings, the US led the world with the most public debt, totaling more than $33 trillion. That accounted for approximately 34% of the global public debt in 2023. The debt now stands at almost $35 trillion.

China is in second place, with debt totaling about $15 trillion, and Japan is in third place, with more than $10 trillion.

The high-interest payments are crippling nations and increasing faster than growth in public spending which is essential for the good of the people. The report warned that developing nations should not be forced to choose between making interest payments on their debt or serving people.

One in three countries in the developing world are paying more money toward their interest payments than they are on programs in “critical areas for human development, including education and health care.”

President Joe Biden and Kenyan President William Ruto discussed the increased debt during a May meeting. The world leaders urged other countries to reduce the debt burden that is crushing developing countries. Congress passed a bill in March allowing the US to lend the International Monetary Fund trust up to $21 billion.

The fund provides low-income countries with zero-interest loans. Biden echoed the report’s words, saying too many countries are forced to choose between paying their debt and providing their people with the services they need.

Copyright 2024, UnitedVoice.com

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U.N. Report Claims US Leads the World in Public Debt

(UnitedVoice.com) – The United Nations (UN) tracks each country’s public debt. The alliance recently released a report that found the United States is at the top of the pile, which is not good news for the country.

On June 4, the UN Trade and Development Program said the global public debt ticked up by a record $97 trillion in 2023. The group reported that the value of money governments owed increased by $5.6 trillion in 2023 year on year. The findings were included in the “A World of Debt” report.

According to the findings, the US led the world with the most public debt, totaling more than $33 trillion. That accounted for approximately 34% of the global public debt in 2023. The debt now stands at almost $35 trillion.

China is in second place, with debt totaling about $15 trillion, and Japan is in third place, with more than $10 trillion.

The high-interest payments are crippling nations and increasing faster than growth in public spending which is essential for the good of the people. The report warned that developing nations should not be forced to choose between making interest payments on their debt or serving people.

One in three countries in the developing world are paying more money toward their interest payments than they are on programs in “critical areas for human development, including education and health care.”

President Joe Biden and Kenyan President William Ruto discussed the increased debt during a May meeting. The world leaders urged other countries to reduce the debt burden that is crushing developing countries. Congress passed a bill in March allowing the US to lend the International Monetary Fund trust up to $21 billion.

The fund provides low-income countries with zero-interest loans. Biden echoed the report’s words, saying too many countries are forced to choose between paying their debt and providing their people with the services they need.

Copyright 2024, UnitedVoice.com

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U.N. Report Claims US Leads the World in Public Debt

(UnitedVoice.com) – The United Nations (UN) tracks each country’s public debt. The alliance recently released a report that found the United States is at the top of the pile, which is not good news for the country.

On June 4, the UN Trade and Development Program said the global public debt ticked up by a record $97 trillion in 2023. The group reported that the value of money governments owed increased by $5.6 trillion in 2023 year on year. The findings were included in the “A World of Debt” report.

According to the findings, the US led the world with the most public debt, totaling more than $33 trillion. That accounted for approximately 34% of the global public debt in 2023. The debt now stands at almost $35 trillion.

China is in second place, with debt totaling about $15 trillion, and Japan is in third place, with more than $10 trillion.

The high-interest payments are crippling nations and increasing faster than growth in public spending which is essential for the good of the people. The report warned that developing nations should not be forced to choose between making interest payments on their debt or serving people.

One in three countries in the developing world are paying more money toward their interest payments than they are on programs in “critical areas for human development, including education and health care.”

President Joe Biden and Kenyan President William Ruto discussed the increased debt during a May meeting. The world leaders urged other countries to reduce the debt burden that is crushing developing countries. Congress passed a bill in March allowing the US to lend the International Monetary Fund trust up to $21 billion.

The fund provides low-income countries with zero-interest loans. Biden echoed the report’s words, saying too many countries are forced to choose between paying their debt and providing their people with the services they need.

Copyright 2024, UnitedVoice.com

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U.N. Report Claims US Leads the World in Public Debt

(UnitedVoice.com) – The United Nations (UN) tracks each country’s public debt. The alliance recently released a report that found the United States is at the top of the pile, which is not good news for the country.

On June 4, the UN Trade and Development Program said the global public debt ticked up by a record $97 trillion in 2023. The group reported that the value of money governments owed increased by $5.6 trillion in 2023 year on year. The findings were included in the “A World of Debt” report.

According to the findings, the US led the world with the most public debt, totaling more than $33 trillion. That accounted for approximately 34% of the global public debt in 2023. The debt now stands at almost $35 trillion.

China is in second place, with debt totaling about $15 trillion, and Japan is in third place, with more than $10 trillion.

The high-interest payments are crippling nations and increasing faster than growth in public spending which is essential for the good of the people. The report warned that developing nations should not be forced to choose between making interest payments on their debt or serving people.

One in three countries in the developing world are paying more money toward their interest payments than they are on programs in “critical areas for human development, including education and health care.”

President Joe Biden and Kenyan President William Ruto discussed the increased debt during a May meeting. The world leaders urged other countries to reduce the debt burden that is crushing developing countries. Congress passed a bill in March allowing the US to lend the International Monetary Fund trust up to $21 billion.

The fund provides low-income countries with zero-interest loans. Biden echoed the report’s words, saying too many countries are forced to choose between paying their debt and providing their people with the services they need.

Copyright 2024, UnitedVoice.com

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U.N. Report Claims US Leads the World in Public Debt

(UnitedVoice.com) – The United Nations (UN) tracks each country’s public debt. The alliance recently released a report that found the United States is at the top of the pile, which is not good news for the country.

On June 4, the UN Trade and Development Program said the global public debt ticked up by a record $97 trillion in 2023. The group reported that the value of money governments owed increased by $5.6 trillion in 2023 year on year. The findings were included in the “A World of Debt” report.

According to the findings, the US led the world with the most public debt, totaling more than $33 trillion. That accounted for approximately 34% of the global public debt in 2023. The debt now stands at almost $35 trillion.

China is in second place, with debt totaling about $15 trillion, and Japan is in third place, with more than $10 trillion.

The high-interest payments are crippling nations and increasing faster than growth in public spending which is essential for the good of the people. The report warned that developing nations should not be forced to choose between making interest payments on their debt or serving people.

One in three countries in the developing world are paying more money toward their interest payments than they are on programs in “critical areas for human development, including education and health care.”

President Joe Biden and Kenyan President William Ruto discussed the increased debt during a May meeting. The world leaders urged other countries to reduce the debt burden that is crushing developing countries. Congress passed a bill in March allowing the US to lend the International Monetary Fund trust up to $21 billion.

The fund provides low-income countries with zero-interest loans. Biden echoed the report’s words, saying too many countries are forced to choose between paying their debt and providing their people with the services they need.

Copyright 2024, UnitedVoice.com

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U.N. Report Claims US Leads the World in Public Debt

(UnitedVoice.com) – The United Nations (UN) tracks each country’s public debt. The alliance recently released a report that found the United States is at the top of the pile, which is not good news for the country.

On June 4, the UN Trade and Development Program said the global public debt ticked up by a record $97 trillion in 2023. The group reported that the value of money governments owed increased by $5.6 trillion in 2023 year on year. The findings were included in the “A World of Debt” report.

According to the findings, the US led the world with the most public debt, totaling more than $33 trillion. That accounted for approximately 34% of the global public debt in 2023. The debt now stands at almost $35 trillion.

China is in second place, with debt totaling about $15 trillion, and Japan is in third place, with more than $10 trillion.

The high-interest payments are crippling nations and increasing faster than growth in public spending which is essential for the good of the people. The report warned that developing nations should not be forced to choose between making interest payments on their debt or serving people.

One in three countries in the developing world are paying more money toward their interest payments than they are on programs in “critical areas for human development, including education and health care.”

President Joe Biden and Kenyan President William Ruto discussed the increased debt during a May meeting. The world leaders urged other countries to reduce the debt burden that is crushing developing countries. Congress passed a bill in March allowing the US to lend the International Monetary Fund trust up to $21 billion.

The fund provides low-income countries with zero-interest loans. Biden echoed the report’s words, saying too many countries are forced to choose between paying their debt and providing their people with the services they need.

Copyright 2024, UnitedVoice.com

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Jun 14, 2024… Aquarians can look for creative ways to spend time with a loved one today. Friday’s vibe is highly imaginative, and can bring some extra fun into this day. Try to get together with a special someone and plan something that’s mutually interesting and compelling. Half the fun is spending quality time planning things out and anticipating the thrill and excitement that’s sure to come.

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U.N. Report Claims US Leads the World in Public Debt

(UnitedVoice.com) – The United Nations (UN) tracks each country’s public debt. The alliance recently released a report that found the United States is at the top of the pile, which is not good news for the country.

On June 4, the UN Trade and Development Program said the global public debt ticked up by a record $97 trillion in 2023. The group reported that the value of money governments owed increased by $5.6 trillion in 2023 year on year. The findings were included in the “A World of Debt” report.

According to the findings, the US led the world with the most public debt, totaling more than $33 trillion. That accounted for approximately 34% of the global public debt in 2023. The debt now stands at almost $35 trillion.

China is in second place, with debt totaling about $15 trillion, and Japan is in third place, with more than $10 trillion.

The high-interest payments are crippling nations and increasing faster than growth in public spending which is essential for the good of the people. The report warned that developing nations should not be forced to choose between making interest payments on their debt or serving people.

One in three countries in the developing world are paying more money toward their interest payments than they are on programs in “critical areas for human development, including education and health care.”

President Joe Biden and Kenyan President William Ruto discussed the increased debt during a May meeting. The world leaders urged other countries to reduce the debt burden that is crushing developing countries. Congress passed a bill in March allowing the US to lend the International Monetary Fund trust up to $21 billion.

The fund provides low-income countries with zero-interest loans. Biden echoed the report’s words, saying too many countries are forced to choose between paying their debt and providing their people with the services they need.

Copyright 2024, UnitedVoice.com

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U.N. Report Claims US Leads the World in Public Debt

(UnitedVoice.com) – The United Nations (UN) tracks each country’s public debt. The alliance recently released a report that found the United States is at the top of the pile, which is not good news for the country.

On June 4, the UN Trade and Development Program said the global public debt ticked up by a record $97 trillion in 2023. The group reported that the value of money governments owed increased by $5.6 trillion in 2023 year on year. The findings were included in the “A World of Debt” report.

According to the findings, the US led the world with the most public debt, totaling more than $33 trillion. That accounted for approximately 34% of the global public debt in 2023. The debt now stands at almost $35 trillion.

China is in second place, with debt totaling about $15 trillion, and Japan is in third place, with more than $10 trillion.

The high-interest payments are crippling nations and increasing faster than growth in public spending which is essential for the good of the people. The report warned that developing nations should not be forced to choose between making interest payments on their debt or serving people.

One in three countries in the developing world are paying more money toward their interest payments than they are on programs in “critical areas for human development, including education and health care.”

President Joe Biden and Kenyan President William Ruto discussed the increased debt during a May meeting. The world leaders urged other countries to reduce the debt burden that is crushing developing countries. Congress passed a bill in March allowing the US to lend the International Monetary Fund trust up to $21 billion.

The fund provides low-income countries with zero-interest loans. Biden echoed the report’s words, saying too many countries are forced to choose between paying their debt and providing their people with the services they need.

Copyright 2024, UnitedVoice.com

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U.N. Report Claims US Leads the World in Public Debt

(UnitedVoice.com) – The United Nations (UN) tracks each country’s public debt. The alliance recently released a report that found the United States is at the top of the pile, which is not good news for the country.

On June 4, the UN Trade and Development Program said the global public debt ticked up by a record $97 trillion in 2023. The group reported that the value of money governments owed increased by $5.6 trillion in 2023 year on year. The findings were included in the “A World of Debt” report.

According to the findings, the US led the world with the most public debt, totaling more than $33 trillion. That accounted for approximately 34% of the global public debt in 2023. The debt now stands at almost $35 trillion.

China is in second place, with debt totaling about $15 trillion, and Japan is in third place, with more than $10 trillion.

The high-interest payments are crippling nations and increasing faster than growth in public spending which is essential for the good of the people. The report warned that developing nations should not be forced to choose between making interest payments on their debt or serving people.

One in three countries in the developing world are paying more money toward their interest payments than they are on programs in “critical areas for human development, including education and health care.”

President Joe Biden and Kenyan President William Ruto discussed the increased debt during a May meeting. The world leaders urged other countries to reduce the debt burden that is crushing developing countries. Congress passed a bill in March allowing the US to lend the International Monetary Fund trust up to $21 billion.

The fund provides low-income countries with zero-interest loans. Biden echoed the report’s words, saying too many countries are forced to choose between paying their debt and providing their people with the services they need.

Copyright 2024, UnitedVoice.com

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U.N. Report Claims US Leads the World in Public Debt

(UnitedVoice.com) – The United Nations (UN) tracks each country’s public debt. The alliance recently released a report that found the United States is at the top of the pile, which is not good news for the country.

On June 4, the UN Trade and Development Program said the global public debt ticked up by a record $97 trillion in 2023. The group reported that the value of money governments owed increased by $5.6 trillion in 2023 year on year. The findings were included in the “A World of Debt” report.

According to the findings, the US led the world with the most public debt, totaling more than $33 trillion. That accounted for approximately 34% of the global public debt in 2023. The debt now stands at almost $35 trillion.

China is in second place, with debt totaling about $15 trillion, and Japan is in third place, with more than $10 trillion.

The high-interest payments are crippling nations and increasing faster than growth in public spending which is essential for the good of the people. The report warned that developing nations should not be forced to choose between making interest payments on their debt or serving people.

One in three countries in the developing world are paying more money toward their interest payments than they are on programs in “critical areas for human development, including education and health care.”

President Joe Biden and Kenyan President William Ruto discussed the increased debt during a May meeting. The world leaders urged other countries to reduce the debt burden that is crushing developing countries. Congress passed a bill in March allowing the US to lend the International Monetary Fund trust up to $21 billion.

The fund provides low-income countries with zero-interest loans. Biden echoed the report’s words, saying too many countries are forced to choose between paying their debt and providing their people with the services they need.

Copyright 2024, UnitedVoice.com

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U.N. Report Claims US Leads the World in Public Debt

(UnitedVoice.com) – The United Nations (UN) tracks each country’s public debt. The alliance recently released a report that found the United States is at the top of the pile, which is not good news for the country.

On June 4, the UN Trade and Development Program said the global public debt ticked up by a record $97 trillion in 2023. The group reported that the value of money governments owed increased by $5.6 trillion in 2023 year on year. The findings were included in the “A World of Debt” report.

According to the findings, the US led the world with the most public debt, totaling more than $33 trillion. That accounted for approximately 34% of the global public debt in 2023. The debt now stands at almost $35 trillion.

China is in second place, with debt totaling about $15 trillion, and Japan is in third place, with more than $10 trillion.

The high-interest payments are crippling nations and increasing faster than growth in public spending which is essential for the good of the people. The report warned that developing nations should not be forced to choose between making interest payments on their debt or serving people.

One in three countries in the developing world are paying more money toward their interest payments than they are on programs in “critical areas for human development, including education and health care.”

President Joe Biden and Kenyan President William Ruto discussed the increased debt during a May meeting. The world leaders urged other countries to reduce the debt burden that is crushing developing countries. Congress passed a bill in March allowing the US to lend the International Monetary Fund trust up to $21 billion.

The fund provides low-income countries with zero-interest loans. Biden echoed the report’s words, saying too many countries are forced to choose between paying their debt and providing their people with the services they need.

Copyright 2024, UnitedVoice.com

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U.N. Report Claims US Leads the World in Public Debt

(UnitedVoice.com) – The United Nations (UN) tracks each country’s public debt. The alliance recently released a report that found the United States is at the top of the pile, which is not good news for the country.

On June 4, the UN Trade and Development Program said the global public debt ticked up by a record $97 trillion in 2023. The group reported that the value of money governments owed increased by $5.6 trillion in 2023 year on year. The findings were included in the “A World of Debt” report.

According to the findings, the US led the world with the most public debt, totaling more than $33 trillion. That accounted for approximately 34% of the global public debt in 2023. The debt now stands at almost $35 trillion.

China is in second place, with debt totaling about $15 trillion, and Japan is in third place, with more than $10 trillion.

The high-interest payments are crippling nations and increasing faster than growth in public spending which is essential for the good of the people. The report warned that developing nations should not be forced to choose between making interest payments on their debt or serving people.

One in three countries in the developing world are paying more money toward their interest payments than they are on programs in “critical areas for human development, including education and health care.”

President Joe Biden and Kenyan President William Ruto discussed the increased debt during a May meeting. The world leaders urged other countries to reduce the debt burden that is crushing developing countries. Congress passed a bill in March allowing the US to lend the International Monetary Fund trust up to $21 billion.

The fund provides low-income countries with zero-interest loans. Biden echoed the report’s words, saying too many countries are forced to choose between paying their debt and providing their people with the services they need.

Copyright 2024, UnitedVoice.com

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Aries Horoscope

Jun 14, 2024… Aquarians can look for creative ways to spend time with a loved one today. Friday’s vibe is highly imaginative, and can bring some extra fun into this day. Try to get together with a special someone and plan something that’s mutually interesting and compelling. Half the fun is spending quality time planning things out and anticipating the thrill and excitement that’s sure to come.

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U.N. Report Claims US Leads the World in Public Debt

(UnitedVoice.com) – The United Nations (UN) tracks each country’s public debt. The alliance recently released a report that found the United States is at the top of the pile, which is not good news for the country.

On June 4, the UN Trade and Development Program said the global public debt ticked up by a record $97 trillion in 2023. The group reported that the value of money governments owed increased by $5.6 trillion in 2023 year on year. The findings were included in the “A World of Debt” report.

According to the findings, the US led the world with the most public debt, totaling more than $33 trillion. That accounted for approximately 34% of the global public debt in 2023. The debt now stands at almost $35 trillion.

China is in second place, with debt totaling about $15 trillion, and Japan is in third place, with more than $10 trillion.

The high-interest payments are crippling nations and increasing faster than growth in public spending which is essential for the good of the people. The report warned that developing nations should not be forced to choose between making interest payments on their debt or serving people.

One in three countries in the developing world are paying more money toward their interest payments than they are on programs in “critical areas for human development, including education and health care.”

President Joe Biden and Kenyan President William Ruto discussed the increased debt during a May meeting. The world leaders urged other countries to reduce the debt burden that is crushing developing countries. Congress passed a bill in March allowing the US to lend the International Monetary Fund trust up to $21 billion.

The fund provides low-income countries with zero-interest loans. Biden echoed the report’s words, saying too many countries are forced to choose between paying their debt and providing their people with the services they need.

Copyright 2024, UnitedVoice.com

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U.N. Report Claims US Leads the World in Public Debt

(UnitedVoice.com) – The United Nations (UN) tracks each country’s public debt. The alliance recently released a report that found the United States is at the top of the pile, which is not good news for the country.

On June 4, the UN Trade and Development Program said the global public debt ticked up by a record $97 trillion in 2023. The group reported that the value of money governments owed increased by $5.6 trillion in 2023 year on year. The findings were included in the “A World of Debt” report.

According to the findings, the US led the world with the most public debt, totaling more than $33 trillion. That accounted for approximately 34% of the global public debt in 2023. The debt now stands at almost $35 trillion.

China is in second place, with debt totaling about $15 trillion, and Japan is in third place, with more than $10 trillion.

The high-interest payments are crippling nations and increasing faster than growth in public spending which is essential for the good of the people. The report warned that developing nations should not be forced to choose between making interest payments on their debt or serving people.

One in three countries in the developing world are paying more money toward their interest payments than they are on programs in “critical areas for human development, including education and health care.”

President Joe Biden and Kenyan President William Ruto discussed the increased debt during a May meeting. The world leaders urged other countries to reduce the debt burden that is crushing developing countries. Congress passed a bill in March allowing the US to lend the International Monetary Fund trust up to $21 billion.

The fund provides low-income countries with zero-interest loans. Biden echoed the report’s words, saying too many countries are forced to choose between paying their debt and providing their people with the services they need.

Copyright 2024, UnitedVoice.com

U.N. Report Claims US Leads the World in Public Debt

(UnitedVoice.com) – The United Nations (UN) tracks each country’s public debt. The alliance recently released a report that found the United States is at the top of the pile, which is not good news for the country.

On June 4, the UN Trade and Development Program said the global public debt ticked up by a record $97 trillion in 2023. The group reported that the value of money governments owed increased by $5.6 trillion in 2023 year on year. The findings were included in the “A World of Debt” report.

According to the findings, the US led the world with the most public debt, totaling more than $33 trillion. That accounted for approximately 34% of the global public debt in 2023. The debt now stands at almost $35 trillion.

China is in second place, with debt totaling about $15 trillion, and Japan is in third place, with more than $10 trillion.

The high-interest payments are crippling nations and increasing faster than growth in public spending which is essential for the good of the people. The report warned that developing nations should not be forced to choose between making interest payments on their debt or serving people.

One in three countries in the developing world are paying more money toward their interest payments than they are on programs in “critical areas for human development, including education and health care.”

President Joe Biden and Kenyan President William Ruto discussed the increased debt during a May meeting. The world leaders urged other countries to reduce the debt burden that is crushing developing countries. Congress passed a bill in March allowing the US to lend the International Monetary Fund trust up to $21 billion.

The fund provides low-income countries with zero-interest loans. Biden echoed the report’s words, saying too many countries are forced to choose between paying their debt and providing their people with the services they need.

Copyright 2024, UnitedVoice.com

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U.N. Report Claims US Leads the World in Public Debt

(UnitedVoice.com) – The United Nations (UN) tracks each country’s public debt. The alliance recently released a report that found the United States is at the top of the pile, which is not good news for the country.

On June 4, the UN Trade and Development Program said the global public debt ticked up by a record $97 trillion in 2023. The group reported that the value of money governments owed increased by $5.6 trillion in 2023 year on year. The findings were included in the “A World of Debt” report.

According to the findings, the US led the world with the most public debt, totaling more than $33 trillion. That accounted for approximately 34% of the global public debt in 2023. The debt now stands at almost $35 trillion.

China is in second place, with debt totaling about $15 trillion, and Japan is in third place, with more than $10 trillion.

The high-interest payments are crippling nations and increasing faster than growth in public spending which is essential for the good of the people. The report warned that developing nations should not be forced to choose between making interest payments on their debt or serving people.

One in three countries in the developing world are paying more money toward their interest payments than they are on programs in “critical areas for human development, including education and health care.”

President Joe Biden and Kenyan President William Ruto discussed the increased debt during a May meeting. The world leaders urged other countries to reduce the debt burden that is crushing developing countries. Congress passed a bill in March allowing the US to lend the International Monetary Fund trust up to $21 billion.

The fund provides low-income countries with zero-interest loans. Biden echoed the report’s words, saying too many countries are forced to choose between paying their debt and providing their people with the services they need.

Copyright 2024, UnitedVoice.com

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U.N. Report Claims US Leads the World in Public Debt

(UnitedVoice.com) – The United Nations (UN) tracks each country’s public debt. The alliance recently released a report that found the United States is at the top of the pile, which is not good news for the country.

On June 4, the UN Trade and Development Program said the global public debt ticked up by a record $97 trillion in 2023. The group reported that the value of money governments owed increased by $5.6 trillion in 2023 year on year. The findings were included in the “A World of Debt” report.

According to the findings, the US led the world with the most public debt, totaling more than $33 trillion. That accounted for approximately 34% of the global public debt in 2023. The debt now stands at almost $35 trillion.

China is in second place, with debt totaling about $15 trillion, and Japan is in third place, with more than $10 trillion.

The high-interest payments are crippling nations and increasing faster than growth in public spending which is essential for the good of the people. The report warned that developing nations should not be forced to choose between making interest payments on their debt or serving people.

One in three countries in the developing world are paying more money toward their interest payments than they are on programs in “critical areas for human development, including education and health care.”

President Joe Biden and Kenyan President William Ruto discussed the increased debt during a May meeting. The world leaders urged other countries to reduce the debt burden that is crushing developing countries. Congress passed a bill in March allowing the US to lend the International Monetary Fund trust up to $21 billion.

The fund provides low-income countries with zero-interest loans. Biden echoed the report’s words, saying too many countries are forced to choose between paying their debt and providing their people with the services they need.

Copyright 2024, UnitedVoice.com

U.N. Report Claims US Leads the World in Public Debt

(UnitedVoice.com) – The United Nations (UN) tracks each country’s public debt. The alliance recently released a report that found the United States is at the top of the pile, which is not good news for the country.

On June 4, the UN Trade and Development Program said the global public debt ticked up by a record $97 trillion in 2023. The group reported that the value of money governments owed increased by $5.6 trillion in 2023 year on year. The findings were included in the “A World of Debt” report.

According to the findings, the US led the world with the most public debt, totaling more than $33 trillion. That accounted for approximately 34% of the global public debt in 2023. The debt now stands at almost $35 trillion.

China is in second place, with debt totaling about $15 trillion, and Japan is in third place, with more than $10 trillion.

The high-interest payments are crippling nations and increasing faster than growth in public spending which is essential for the good of the people. The report warned that developing nations should not be forced to choose between making interest payments on their debt or serving people.

One in three countries in the developing world are paying more money toward their interest payments than they are on programs in “critical areas for human development, including education and health care.”

President Joe Biden and Kenyan President William Ruto discussed the increased debt during a May meeting. The world leaders urged other countries to reduce the debt burden that is crushing developing countries. Congress passed a bill in March allowing the US to lend the International Monetary Fund trust up to $21 billion.

The fund provides low-income countries with zero-interest loans. Biden echoed the report’s words, saying too many countries are forced to choose between paying their debt and providing their people with the services they need.

Copyright 2024, UnitedVoice.com

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U.N. Report Claims US Leads the World in Public Debt

(UnitedVoice.com) – The United Nations (UN) tracks each country’s public debt. The alliance recently released a report that found the United States is at the top of the pile, which is not good news for the country.

On June 4, the UN Trade and Development Program said the global public debt ticked up by a record $97 trillion in 2023. The group reported that the value of money governments owed increased by $5.6 trillion in 2023 year on year. The findings were included in the “A World of Debt” report.

According to the findings, the US led the world with the most public debt, totaling more than $33 trillion. That accounted for approximately 34% of the global public debt in 2023. The debt now stands at almost $35 trillion.

China is in second place, with debt totaling about $15 trillion, and Japan is in third place, with more than $10 trillion.

The high-interest payments are crippling nations and increasing faster than growth in public spending which is essential for the good of the people. The report warned that developing nations should not be forced to choose between making interest payments on their debt or serving people.

One in three countries in the developing world are paying more money toward their interest payments than they are on programs in “critical areas for human development, including education and health care.”

President Joe Biden and Kenyan President William Ruto discussed the increased debt during a May meeting. The world leaders urged other countries to reduce the debt burden that is crushing developing countries. Congress passed a bill in March allowing the US to lend the International Monetary Fund trust up to $21 billion.

The fund provides low-income countries with zero-interest loans. Biden echoed the report’s words, saying too many countries are forced to choose between paying their debt and providing their people with the services they need.

Copyright 2024, UnitedVoice.com

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U.N. Report Claims US Leads the World in Public Debt

(UnitedVoice.com) – The United Nations (UN) tracks each country’s public debt. The alliance recently released a report that found the United States is at the top of the pile, which is not good news for the country.

On June 4, the UN Trade and Development Program said the global public debt ticked up by a record $97 trillion in 2023. The group reported that the value of money governments owed increased by $5.6 trillion in 2023 year on year. The findings were included in the “A World of Debt” report.

According to the findings, the US led the world with the most public debt, totaling more than $33 trillion. That accounted for approximately 34% of the global public debt in 2023. The debt now stands at almost $35 trillion.

China is in second place, with debt totaling about $15 trillion, and Japan is in third place, with more than $10 trillion.

The high-interest payments are crippling nations and increasing faster than growth in public spending which is essential for the good of the people. The report warned that developing nations should not be forced to choose between making interest payments on their debt or serving people.

One in three countries in the developing world are paying more money toward their interest payments than they are on programs in “critical areas for human development, including education and health care.”

President Joe Biden and Kenyan President William Ruto discussed the increased debt during a May meeting. The world leaders urged other countries to reduce the debt burden that is crushing developing countries. Congress passed a bill in March allowing the US to lend the International Monetary Fund trust up to $21 billion.

The fund provides low-income countries with zero-interest loans. Biden echoed the report’s words, saying too many countries are forced to choose between paying their debt and providing their people with the services they need.

Copyright 2024, UnitedVoice.com

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