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Print edition

Contents April issue

by Wolf Dagmar

In brief

Enough food

Enough food

Contents page of April's D+C print edition with links to all contributions


Hans Dembowski:
Appropriate business environment


The benefits of generic-pharma production | Arms exports to countries of the Arab spring | ADB recommends introducing carbon taxes in Bangladesh and Sri Lanka | Nowadays: Tough choices for India’s anti-corruption campaigners | The historic West German model for debt relief

Focus: Food

Interview with Wilson Jidasu Kitinya:
Impact of malnutrition on Tanzania’s development

John Ulimwengu, Cleo Roberts and Josée Randriamamonjy:
Need in a land of plenty: average diets in the DR Congo

Najma Rizvi:
Enduring misery in spite of fast economic growth in Bangladesh

Dagmar Milerova Praskova:
The global system is keeping people hungry

Uwe Hoering:
Food lost and wasted

Sandra Abild:
Large-scale land transactions and their implications

Christina Gradl et al.:
How smallholdings can be included in commercial value chains

Eduard Nedelciu:
Organic farming in Moldova


Dirk Niebel:
New development goals must go beyond the MDG agenda

Aristide Tiendrebeogo:
Failure likely: Burkina Faso’s people do not trust politicians – nor do they trust government’s devolution policy

Hans-Heinrich Bass and Thanh Trung Nguyen:
To avoid traffic gridlock, Vietnam’s cities need new policies

Abdullah Al-Farooq:
In Bangladesh, crimes committed in the liberation war have deadly repercussions today


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