The economic history of the Republic of Paraguay

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Paraguayan Dam Victims File Complaint with Development Banks
International Rivers Network (IRN) press release, 28 September 1996. A Paraguayan environmental and human rights group today filed a complaint with the inspection panels of the World Bank and the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) charging that the banks violated their own policies in funding the massive Yacyreta’ Dam.
World Bank to Bill Its Victims
By Abid Aslam, IPS, 25 June 1998. The World Bank, found by its own inspection panel to have botched one of the world's most ambitious hydroelectric projects, is offering to correct some of its mistakes—if its Paraguayan victims foot the bill.
Paraguay: IMF Overview
By Jessica Woodroffe and Mark Ellis-Jones, from the World Development Movement Report, 28 September 2000. The IMF expressed its disappointment at the Government's lacklustre performance resulting from the failure to implement needed structural reforms. The rigidities embodied in present labour market arrangements would become more evident as the economy opened itself to world trade.