Liberian Govt Dismisses Reports on Economy


The Ministry of Finance says it's "disappointed" with newspaper reports which allege that Finance Minister Amara Konneh told a legislative hearing that the country's economy is "doomed". A release emphsizes that "at no time" did the minister make such statement.

Minister Konneh receiving the Finance Minister of the Year Award from a London-based magazine's Senior Editor Brian Caplen (file photo)

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