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The World Bank reveals the financial losses left by the Arab Spring

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[rtl]The World Bank's First Vice President for Sustainable Development and the relationship with the United Nations and Partnerships, Mahmoud Mohieldin, estimated the minimum cost of destruction and conflict in the Arab region since 2010 to be around $ 900 billion, including opportunities for lost growth, unemployment and disruption of wealth.[/rtl]
[rtl]During a discussion with a number of journalists yesterday, Mohieldin pointed out that "the Arab region lagged behind the income distribution index to be the least equitable in the distribution of income worldwide," pointing out that "10 percent of people in the Arab region acquire more than 60 percent of gross national income. "[/rtl]
[rtl]"The Gulf states have a better chance of achieving sustainable development goals, while other Arab countries, whether oil exporters or not, may not have this opportunity. Gulf countries are better off than others, because they are higher in income and growth rates are better," he said.[/rtl]
[rtl]He pointed to "the presence of other critical factors that must be taken into consideration, and related to the increase of debt in the Arab region, and associated debt service and burden on the state budget, and its impact on education and health care and basic services."[/rtl]
[rtl]"The World Bank, in cooperation with the IMF, has an integrated program to help countries manage public debt from analyzing and developing databases, by cooperating with them to disclose, increasing institutional capacity and dealing with public debt challenges," he said.[/rtl]


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The World Bank's First Vice President for Sustainable Development and the relationship with the United Nations and Partnerships, Mahmoud Mohieldin, estimated the minimum cost of destruction and conflict in the Arab region since 2010 to be around $ 900 billion, including opportunities for lost growth, unemployment and disruption of wealth.
During a discussion with a number of journalists yesterday, Mohieldin pointed out that "the Arab region lagged behind the income distribution index to be the least equitable in the distribution of income worldwide," pointing out that "10 percent of people in the Arab region acquire more than 60 percent of gross national income. "
"The Gulf states have a better chance of achieving sustainable development goals, while other Arab countries, whether oil exporters or not, may not have this opportunity. Gulf countries are better off than others, because they are higher in income and growth rates are better," he said.
He pointed to "the presence of other critical factors that must be taken into consideration, and related to the increase of debt in the Arab region, and associated debt service and burden on the state budget, and its impact on education and health care and basic services."
"The World Bank, in cooperation with the IMF, has an integrated program to help countries manage public debt from analyzing and developing databases, by cooperating with them to disclose, increasing institutional capacity and dealing with public debt challenges," he said.

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The World Bank's First Vice President for Sustainable Development and the relationship with the United Nations and Partnerships, Mahmoud Mohieldin, estimated the minimum cost of destruction and conflict in the Arab region since 2010 to be around $ 900 billion, including opportunities for lost growth, unemployment and disruption of wealth.
During a discussion with a number of journalists yesterday, Mohieldin pointed out that "the Arab region lagged behind the income distribution index to be the least equitable in the distribution of income worldwide," pointing out that "10 percent of people in the Arab region acquire more than 60 percent of gross national income. "
"The Gulf states have a better chance of achieving sustainable development goals, while other Arab countries, whether oil exporters or not, may not have this opportunity. Gulf countries are better off than others, because they are higher in income and growth rates are better," he said.
He pointed to "the presence of other critical factors that must be taken into consideration, and related to the increase of debt in the Arab region, and associated debt service and burden on the state budget, and its impact on education and health care and basic services."
"The World Bank, in cooperation with the IMF, has an integrated program to help countries manage public debt from analyzing and developing databases, by cooperating with them to disclose, increasing institutional capacity and dealing with public debt challenges," he said.

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The World Bank's First Vice-President for Sustainable Development and the relationship with the United Nations and partnerships, Mahmoud Mohieldin, estimated the minimum cost of destruction and conflict in the Arab region since 2010 to date at about $ 900 billion, adding that it includes opportunities for lost growth, unemployment and disruption. Wealth.
During a discussion with a number of journalists yesterday, Mohieldin pointed out that "the Arab region lagged behind the income distribution index to be the least equitable in the distribution of income worldwide," pointing out that "10 percent of people in the Arab region acquire more than 60 percent of gross national income. "
"The Gulf states have a better chance of achieving sustainable development goals, while other Arab countries, whether oil exporters or not, may not have this opportunity. Gulf countries are better off than others, because they are higher in income and growth rates are better," he said.
He pointed to "the presence of other critical factors that must be taken into consideration, and related to the increase of debt in the Arab region, and associated debt service and burden on the state budget, and its impact on education and health care and basic services."
"The World Bank, in cooperation with the IMF, has an integrated program to help countries manage public debt from analyzing and developing databases, by cooperating with them to disclose, or by increasing institutional capacity and dealing with the challenges of public debt."


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