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  • Nairobi by night. Mo Ibrahim: out of AfricaAfrica is still rising, just more slowly, says the billionaire behind an index that measures its annual progress. And now it's got Ebola to contend with too
  • Joe Hockey Australia on the marchThere is little doubt that countries around the world face numerous practical dilemmas as they seek to implement reforms to deliver job-rich and inclusive growth. But Australian Treasurer Joe Hockey is not one for feeling down. He tells us why his will always be an optimistic outlook
  • Slipper - Alamy Retiring gracefullyGlobal pensions policies should be part of the solution, not part of the problem
  • EU banks: still stressed
    Beware an overly rosy interpretation of last month's EU-wide bank stress tests. They used unreliable measures of bank capital ratios. The ECB must do more to fix...
  • In the frame
    Is your organisation efficient, economic, effective and equitable? There is one code to help perfect them all There has been significant work done on the role of good...

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  • IPSASB chair Andreas Bergmann at WCOA Rome 2014IPSASB chair Andreas Bergmann talks to Public Finance International about the lessons from countries implementing IPSAS and the impact of the sovereign debt crisis. 17 November 2014
  • Whiteman: accountants 'must speak up on tax'The accountancy profession must do more to help tackle increasing public disquiet about tax avoidance around the globe and can no longer 'hide behind the letter of the law', CIPFA chief executive Rob Whiteman has said. 14 November 2014
  • US urged to take action to stem rising debtThe United States needs to either cut spending or increase taxes by around $18.4bn to stop its national debt levels from rising, a senior accountant in the country's public accountability body has said. 13 November 2014