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The Multilateralist

Morning multilateralism, Jan. 20

Europe’s bailout fund can cover both Portugal and Spain if needed, official insists. International Monetary Fund approves €475 million precautionary credit line for Macedonia. Burmese opposition parties oppose international sanctions? UN approves more troops for Cote d’Ivoire as experts warn of potential for mass violence. France wants the G-20 to talk about commodity prices. Weak ...

Europe’s bailout fund can cover both Portugal and Spain if needed, official insists.

International Monetary Fund approves €475 million precautionary credit line for Macedonia.

Burmese opposition parties oppose international sanctions?

UN approves more troops for Cote d’Ivoire as experts warn of potential for mass violence.

France wants the G-20 to talk about commodity prices.

Weak links: African Union mediator for Cote d’Ivoire wants to shore up united front in Angola and South Africa.

The gray line: World Bank notes that many countries are getting older before they get prosperous.

About dang time: The European Union approves a universal phone charger!

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