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Opinion Foreign investors are continuing to flock to Indonesia. Strong and improving economic fundamentals, public sector deleveraging, plenty of external liquidity and prudent macroeconomic policies make the country attractive.
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) Monday urged regional governments to tackle rising income inequality with more urgency, warning any delay could undermine social cohesion and economic growth. Rajat Nag , ADB's managing director-general, said failing
Rubens Ricupero, signed this statement, which praised the history of the multilateral organization and challenged the North'
Asian Development Bank Deputy Country Director for India, Narhari Rao, who launched the Asian Development Outlook 2012 here today said this report summarizes the macroeconomic trends globally and also in Asia and it also looks at individual countries.
Dhaka, Apr 11 (bdnews24.com) The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has projected Bangladesh's economy to grow at 6.2 percent in the current fiscal, much below the government's forecast. There is more bad news for the government on the economic front as
John Vidal for the Guardian The leadership race for the next World Bank president has sparked significant debate on the Global development site over the last two weeks. Harvard economist Lant Pritchett argued that Nigeria's finance minister, Ngozi
That experience has taught me that successful development is always the result of a judicious mix of market, state, and society. Trying to suppress markets leads to gross inefficiencies and loss of dynamism. Trying to do without the state leads to
President Barack Obama's nominee to lead the World Bank is facing criticism for being "anti-growth," an economics professor said. The nominee, Jim Yong Kim, currently the president of Dartmouth College, wrote in the introduction of a book he co-
What has been the story of global poverty over the past decade?...What should replace the millennium development goals after 2015? Global development site editor Lucy Lamble debates these issues with a quartet of experts: Jayati Ghosh, professor of
Speaking at the opening of the Conference of African Ministers of Finance and Economy here on Monday, Meles said Africa needs to strive towards development making use of the unique opportunity. With its over a billion people, massive demand for