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Human Development Report, titled "The Rise of the South: Human Progress in a Diverse World."...Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) and more than 40 developing countries have made greater human development gains in recent decades than would
As the global South claims a greater share of the world's GDP, is it also progressing in terms of overall human development? How has this southward tipping of the scale affected the dynamics of international trade? What is the role of global
PHL share of world trade to grow in next 3 years WB January 27, 2013 3:03pm The Philippines and other developing countries will increase their contribution to global trade in the next three years despite weaker world output, the World Bank said.
One of the criticisms made of the emerging economies is that they are using cooperation to gain markets, political influence and access to natural resources. But that is what the countries of the North are also seeking. While official development
In its latest travel advisory to its citizens, the United States Department of State described Nigeria as fluid and unpredictable. It admonished its citizens to desist from travelling to Nigerian States of Edo, Delta and Bayelsa and also the whole 19
Emerging economies such as India, China, Brazil and Malaysia are no longer 'policy takers' but are influencing the scope and pattern of international trade, Press Trust of India (PTI) quoted WTO Director General Pascal Lamy as saying. "Emerging
Nigeria was carved into six geo-political zones of which South-South is one, some years ago, by former Head of State, the late General Sani Abacha. Since 'every government that be, is ordained by God', Nigerians accepted the partitioning and six
South Cooperation offers an opportunity to celebrate the many achievements of the South and to encourage continued support and engagement by the entire development community with South-South cooperation. The past decade has witnessed the growing
We have a lot of experiences that we want African governments to look at" Brazil is fast becoming a symbol of the new global economy. With a GDP of $2,500bn, it is already the world's sixth largest economy, and by some estimates, will overtake France
At least 50 operatives of the State Security Service (SSS) from the Northern part of the country are being transferred from the presidential guard in Aso Rock Villa and are being replaced by those from the South-South, Sunday Trust learnt last night.