Dean Rohrer

诞生中的利比里亚奇迹

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2003年末,利比里亚从20年残酷的军事政府统治和内战恢复过来。由于军事政府和内战使利比里亚没有有效的公共服务,导致了木材和钻石大规模被盗,也欠下了大量的外债。如今,在总统埃伦·约翰逊·瑟利夫的领导下,利比里亚到达了历史性的里程碑:获得了一个综合的减债计划,免除了该国90%以上的外债,为利比里亚的重建创造了新的契机。

利比里亚现在和其他22个撒哈拉以南国家一样在过去的10年间获得了综合的减债。它也是少数的几个国家之一,通过重建政府和法治,从长期的内乱所造成的极大破坏中恢复过来,并获得了巨大的成果。

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