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The World Bank’s reform agenda is an urgent matter. To rise to global challenges, however, more money is needed too
Malawi’s food processing industry has great potential but cannot keep up with demand. Cooperatives can be part of the solution
IMF policies did not solve Sri Lanka’s problems but made them worse, claims a sociologist who assesses the country’s ongoing debt crisis
Corruption undermines democracies and supports autocracies. Although progress has been made in the fight against corruption, much more needs to be done
Many high-income countries are failing to meet their climate-finance commitments
The Zambia National Farmers Union encourages farmers to use new tools and technologies to improve their yields
Zambia’s first international poultry exposition provided a platform for all stakeholders to connect and learn about new technologies
Market dynamism requires the rule of law and freedom of speech, so authoritarianism limits economic growth
Producing sal-leaf tableware is no longer only an informal micro-scale business in India
Organised crime controls informal waste management in Mexico
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