Liberia Looks To Boost Economy Following Ebola Outbreak
Bloomberg: Liberia Seeks $1.3 Billion to Revive Economy After Ebola
“Liberia will need $1.3 billion to revive an economy that was ravaged by a slump in its key export commodities and the worst-ever Ebola epidemic, Finance and Development Planning Minister Boima Kamara said. … The government of President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf is trying to transform Liberia’s economic fortunes after the more-than-yearlong Ebola outbreak…” (Poquie, 10/31).
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