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LPP Differs With ‘IMF Rosy Economic Performance Under Weah’ -Wants To Know Liberia’s Success Story Under IMF Since 1962

  For Immediate Release   The Liberia People’s Party(LPP) has said that a staff (unidentified) at the Washington, D.C. Offices of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) disagreed with allegations made by the party that the IMF is wittingly and unwittingly aiding and abetting President George Weah Administration to steal government money. The staff, according to the party, reacting to the story published by The Analyst newspaper of Liberia, advised LPP to focus on corruption and forget about Liberia’s Gross National Domestic Products (GDP). He claimed that the increase from USD…

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yanqui zaza Op-ed 

LPP Press Release to inform Liberians on IMF WRONG INFORMATION

  PRESS RELEASE It can be recalled that in the first in the series of policy issues raised by the Liberian People’s Party (LPP) on 25th October 2021, we asserted the following: “Additionally, the records show that the Liberian dollar supply was valued at LD19 Billion as of 31 March 2021 (LD41 Billion minus LD22 Billion dollar outside of the banking system). The Central Bank of Liberia 2020 Annual Report, issued on 31 March 2021, has information on the total “Broad Money” supply and the total Liberian dollar supply. On…

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yanqui zaza Public Policy 

LPP CALLS ON LAWMAKERS TO REJECT ARCELOR MITTAL LIBERIA (MITTAL STEEL) US$800m AMENDED AGREEMENT

  POSITION STATEMENT   The Liberian People’s Party (LPP) concurs with the decision of the citizens of Grand Bassa and Nimba Counties and asks the Lawmakers to reject the latest Mittal Steel US$800m Amended Agreement. The LPP accordingly demands that Arcelor Mittal Liberia fulfills its obligations in keeping with law and in accordance with best practice. Further, the Party urges Legislators to be guided by evidence that Mittal Steel (Arcelor Mittal Liberia), Firestone, Liberia Agriculture Company, Salala Rubber Corporation, Aureus Gold, and 13 other companies paid a paltry US$1.5m in…

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