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Fin24, the ministry is reviewing the national economic empowerment policy framework, which aims to guide Zimbabwe over the next 30 years (2013-2042). The draft says the main purpose of the new 30-year policy framework is to provide a national
Chile (AP) The number of people living in poverty in Latin America and the Caribbean has dropped to its lowest level in three decades, the UN's regional economic body said on Tuesday. Despite lower poverty levels overall, 167 million people in the
Marking Africa Industrialization Day, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon Tuesday flagged the role that intra-African trade plays in achieving sustainable, inclusive and equitable growth in the continent, and called for its expansion by
Thailand's economic growth slowed down in the third quarter compared to that in the previous quarter, indicating that the weak global demand continues to affect the country's economy. The data published Monday by the National Statistical Office of
David Bloom, Global Head of FX Strategy and Simon Williams, Chief Economist of the Mena Region each shared their views on the themes shaping global economics with thought-provoking presentations. Why pump-priming is not working was the title of King'
In the end, policies are decided on the street' video For Ha-Joon Chang, an economics professor at Cambridge University, poverty reduction and meeting people's basic needs are just one aspect of the development story. He believes the development
The seventh African Economic Conference closed in Kigali last week with President Kagame telling experts that while their textbook economic policies are first-class, they need the backing of good politics to achieve sustainable growth and inclusive
The economic downturn provides the chance to take stock, and one need is for China to undertake the reform of its State-owned monopolies The tenets of neo-liberal economics are right in preferring the market to the government in allocating resources.
African governments should invest in infrastructure development and education to sustain growth, Economic experts attending the seventh edition of the African Economic Conference that ends today in Kigali have advised. The high level event that
Africa's economy may be booming, but this will do little to help unemployment and poverty if growth is jobless and its spoils are limited to the few. "What we need in Africa is balanced development. Economic success cannot be a replacement for human