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A panel talks about the growing consensus that substantial debt relief is the best way to bring so-called developing countries into the global economy with consideration for the needs of those countries’ citizens.
- John E. Ruthrauff director of Oxfam America
- Whitney Debevoise lawyer who specializes in international debt issues
- Tony Boote assistant director of policy development and review for the International Monetary Fund
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