Annual report: Sierra Leone

In 2007, Sierra Leone received extensive debt relief from creditors represented by the Paris Club and the US government, the Bank of Sierra Leone latest annual report notes.

On the 24 January 2007 representatives of the Paris Club agreed to the cancellation of $218m (€ 164m) - equivalent to 91% of the national debt stock - of outstanding debt owed by the country. Additional debt relief of $22m was also granted to the country by some of its bilateral debtors. On 8 June 2007, the US granted a $58

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