Yemen, World Bank Discuss Development Cooperation

Officials of Yemen and the World Bank’s International Finance Corp. are meeting to discuss development cooperation in the conflict-torn Arab country. The event follows Yemen’s dialogue with the International Monetary Fund, which focused on curbing extremism in the country. Parties who attended the IMF meeting explained that Yemen needs massive investment in infrastructure, especially roads, sewage systems, hospitals and universities.

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