In the media | 28 Feb 2022

BBC News: The global debt crisis

TV interview

Gabriel Sterne, Head of global strategy and emerging markets research at Oxford Economics joins BBC presenter Ritula Shah to discuss how did the pandemic worsen the debt crisis? How much of the problem can be blamed on long-term economic mismanagement and corruption? And what should be the role of creditors like China, which has been criticised for the way it negotiates debt relief.

Watch and listen to the full interview below:

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