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EURODADEuropean Network on Debt and Development (NGO network)
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Eurodad calculates that, at the minimum, 'the immediate cost of tying - that is, the cost of being unable to shop around for the best price - was between $1.95 billion and $5.43 billion in 2016.' The group reports that, 'in 2016, some $25 billion of ODA was reported as formally tied' - almost 20 percent of the total.
EURODAD (2008), 'Addressing development's black hole: Regulating capital flight', European Network on Debt on Development, (Accessed: 09/03/2015),
aid NGOs Eurodad and Oxfam International warned here Wednesday.
(85.) See EURODAD, WORLD BANK AND IMF CONDITIONALITY: A DEVELOPMENT INJUSTICE (2006), 3-5 (noting that "[o]n average poor countries face as many as 67 conditions per World Bank loan").
The European Network on Debt and Development (Eurodad) condemned delegates "failure" to deal with tax evasion by multi-nationals operating in developing nations.
A November report by the European Network on Debt and Development (Eurodad) found that the World Bank still attached privatization, market opening and deregulation requirements to more than 70 percent of its IDA loans and grants.
(17) In March 2007, a group of several European NGOs including Action Aid, Christian Aid, SEED Europe in the Netherlands, CADTM Belgium, Alliance Sud in Sweden, Greenpeace International, Eurodad, and World Vision launched a campaign, "Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is," to pressure European countries to use their collective voice and vote to pursue policy changes at IDA.
She is production editor of the journal Law, Social Justice and Global Development and has acted as a consultant on issues relating to the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund for NGOs, including Third World Network and the European Network on Debt and Development (Eurodad).