Bright Simons quoted in the Economist.

In From Other Parts by Michael Rae

The unexpected lesson of Ghana’s 17th IMF bail-out It pays to ask for help early and often Even after Ghana threw off the colonial yoke in 1957, its first president, Kwame Nkrumah, complained that it was not truly free. Rich countries still held it back, he said, and the imf was a “neocolonialist trap”.

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