When some say we can actually beat sanctions, this is the stuff of fantasy
I want to see competing visions for the economic future of the country. I want to hear fresh ideas on how to finance and manage the over-extended State, which we must put in place after the elections
Compare the following statistics. Excluding oil, the exports of goods and services used to cater for 109 per cent of its imports in 2003. Last year, our exports could only cover 79 per cent of our non-oil exports
Since last year, we have been forced to go to the international market twice to borrow money to fund government operations. Just the other day, we were there to borrow billions to pay for the biometric voter kits
When you hear presidential candidates speak at political rallies, they don’t come through as if they have a good grasp of economic issues or policies.