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May 15, 2013, Dakar, Senegal West Africa has sustained a solid pace of growth for nearly two decades--a welcome change after years of stagnation and decline. The strategic question remains, however: How can the region build on this success to
The outlook for China's economic transformation is "hopeful", and its new leadership has been "aware of the need" to make the transition, said Gorge Soros, the retired chairman of Soros Fund Management and founder of Quantum Fund in a recent
Our country is at a crossroads and after more than 50 years of independence, a majority of us do not have access to safe drinking water; energy is a major challenge; shelter for most is a pipedream and putting food on the table is a headache.
The current average monthly household income of Malaysians at about RM5,000 compared to RM4,025 in 2009, is one of the initial fruits of the Government Transformation Programme ( GTP ) and the Economic Transformation Programme (ETP). Political
Economic Planning and Investment Promotion Minister Tapiwa Mashakada made the remarks yesterday during the official opening of the 19th session of the Intergovernmental Committee of Experts of the UN Economic Commission for Africa sub-regional office
A meeting by the Heads of the African Union Commission, the Economic Commission for Africa and the African Development Bank Group has resolved that the member states will celebrate 50th anniversary of OAU/AU in May 2013. The heads who include;
In March 2012, I had the privilege of attending the first ever Caribbean Conference on Technical and Vocational Education and Training and Human Capacity Development in Montego Bay...Canada, China, Taiwan & Jamaica', presented by Peter Joong and
Kampala, Uganda Africa needs to adopt a model that suits her development ideologies if she are to achieve economic transformation, an economic expert has said. Speaking during a public lecture organized by the Bank of Uganda in Kampala last week, Dr.
Kaberuka was speaking at a public lecture dubbed 'from economic growth to economic transformation,' organised by the Bank of Uganda yesterday in Kampala. "African governments spend much less on agricultural research, development and outreach than
The president of the African Development Bank, Donald Kaberuka, has advised Uganda to exploit her oil and natural gas resources in an optimal manner if the country is to avoid repeating the mistakes the first generation African oil and gas producers