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African economic growth still strong but development and aid lag: UN report
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African economic growth still strong but development and aid lag: UN report
African economies are forecast to grow by an average of 6.2% in 2008 after a strong 2007, but the struggle against extreme poverty and international support for systemic improvement lag behind, according to a United Nations report released today.Read Full Article ...
 
Brain drain can also be brain gain for some source countries - UN report
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Sunday, 20 April 2008
Brain drain can also be brain gain for some source countries - UN report
The so-called brain drain of migrants taking their skills and initiative to their new countries of residence can also serve as an engine of growth in their hom...
 
Changes in globalization to be key topic at UN trade and development conference
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Sunday, 20 April 2008
Changes in globalization to be key topic at UN trade and development conference
Containing the global economic slowdown and adapting development thinking to "the second wave of globalization" will be major topics at the upcoming session of...
 
General Assembly President calls on States to resist
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General Assembly President calls on States to resist
Countries should resist the "temptation of protectionism" because free trade and the broader process of globalization have brought people closer together and p...
 
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