Security fears keep IMF, World Bank out of Iraq

Speaking on Thursday 22 May officials from the IMF and World Bank said they had not yet sent teams to Iraq as security concerns remain. Teams are currently based in Jordan but aren't quite ready to move into Iraq, the World Bank said.

Source: Reuters

Security fears are keeping the International Monetary Fund and World Bank from sending teams to Iraq to assess the cost of rebuilding, officials from both institutions said on Thursday.

The United Nations Security Council voted 14-0 on Thursday to e

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