Writing for the Development Initiatives (DI), Simon Reid-Henry presents the case for why the Global Public Investment (GPI) is needed.
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Following on from the rountable series on Global Public Investment for Equality and Sustainability, Simon Reid-Henry has written a piece on how the COVID-19 response has highlighted the international need for an ongoing pool of public money and explains how Global Public Investment (GPI) would work. The piece addresses the following:
Read the piece in full here.
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