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Will President Koroma Slaughter his Sacred Cows or Will He Look for Scapegoats?

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Will President Koroma Slaughter his Sacred Cows or Will He Look for Scapegoats?

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3 February 2010 It was Tuesday, 26 January 2010. The President of the World Bank had arrived in Freetown for a brisk two-day fact finding and confidence building visit to Sierra Leone. The countrys President, who had no say in the Banks Chief itinerary, was not due to meet the Chief until the second and final day of the visit Wednesday, 27 January. > More Special Economic Zone (SEZ) for Sierra Leone: Laying down the Foundation for Economic Growth? 28 January 2010 The Government of Sierra Leone in a press statement has announced the signing of an agreement, between the Ministry of Trade and Industry and the American – owned FIRST STEP Economic Opportunity Zone, Inc., to develop a fifty acre Special Economic Zone (SEZ) near Waterloo, Freetown. > More World Bank’s Chief Zoellick In Town 23 January 2010 African leaders will be watching the Ps and Qs of not only their economic policies, but their commitment to good governance, overcoming poverty, promoting peace, transparency, and above all

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