IMF Approves Loan to Equatorial Guinea Amid Corruption Scandals
The International Monetary Fund has approved loans for Equatorial Guinea after a French court convicted Vice President Teodorin Nguema Obiang, son of President Teodoro Obiang, of laundering more than €150 million in France two years ago - this despite rights groups asking for a delay in the issuing of the loans.
President Teodoro Obiang of Equatorial Guinea at the 17th Ordinary Africa Union Summit.
The Victims of Corruption Deserve Justice
HRW, 17 December 2019
After a Parisian court convicted the vice president of Equatorial Guinea, Teodorin Nguema Obiang, of laundering more than €150 million in France two years ago and authorities… Read more »
Host of Exiled Gambian Dictator Accused of Looting
The Point, 11 December 2019
Teodorin Nguema Obiang, the son of Equatorial Guinea's President, Obiang Nguema Mbasogo,the latter Yahya Jammeh's host, has been accused of "shamelessly looting his government and… Read more »
Equatorial Guinea Open Capital-Intensive Projects for Investment in 2020
The Exchange, 29 November 2019
Equatorial Guinea capital intensive projects open for investment in 2020 said Gabriel Obiang, minister for mines and hydrocarbons. Read more »
The International Monetary Fund's executive board will vote in December 2019 on a U.S.$280 million loan agreement with Equatorial Guinea. Rights groups are calling for a ... Read more »
"Equatorial Guinea's President Teodoro Obiang marks his fortieth year as president, making him the longest-serving president in the world. His four decades in power should not be ... Read more »