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Otaviano Canuto
November 4, 2013
Some analysts are predicting that the commodity price boom of the new millennium is something that has played itself out. Except for shale gas and...
Otaviano Canuto
October 22, 2013
The decision last week by the Swiss government to sign the OECD’s somewhat lengthily named Convention on Mutual Administrative Assistance in Tax...
Otaviano Canuto
October 9, 2013
Summer was marked by a strong pressure of capital outflows and exchange rate devaluations in several systemically relevant emerging markets. A...
Otaviano Canuto
September 23, 2013
In recent decades, Least Developed Countries (LDCs) have been using their natural-resources as collateral to access sources of finance for...
Otaviano Canuto
August 19, 2013
International long-term private finance to developing countries has changed dramatically in the wake of the global financial crisis.
Dougg Jimenez
July 3, 2013
Almost two months ago the announcement was made about the World Bank, IFC and partners providing grants of 1.25
Dougg Jimenez
July 2, 2013
In case you missed it, check out this video (mostly in Hindi) about the inspiring story of "Under the Mango Tree" on Awaaz entrepreneur, a feature...
Onno Ruhl
July 1, 2013
The blog below was originally posted in the "End Poverty in South Asia" blog.
Hartwig Schafer
June 26, 2013
How we support agribusiness and handicrafts sector in Upper Egypt
Dougg Jimenez
June 19, 2013
Thirty-five organizations will be awarded $800,000 by the Egypt Development Marketplace