Under pressure from the IMF, which for the past 18 months has been blocking the second tranche of the $448.6m loan it approved in 2019, Congo is trying to revive talks with traders who have extended oil-backed loans to the country. Having long been advised by banks, the country is now going it alone. [...] (348 words)
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