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A conditionality in international development is a condition attached to a loan or to debt relief, typically by the International Monetary Fund or World Bank. Conditionalities may involve relatively uncontroversial requirements to enhance aid effectiveness, such as anti-corruption measures, but they may involve highly highly controversial ones, such as the privatization of key public services, which may provoke strong political opposition in the recipient country.
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