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Impact of WTO policies on developing countries: issues and perspectives
(Ottawa United Learning Academy & Denfar Transnational DevelopmentOttawa United Learning Academy & Denfar Transnational Development, 2012)
About two thirds of the WTO’s around 150 members are developing countries. They play an increasingly important and active role in the WTO because of their numbers, because they are becoming more important in the global ...
An empirical analysis of energy consumption and economic growth in India: are they causally related?
(Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, Babes-Bolyai University of Cluj Napoca, 2013)
In this paper an attempt is made to present the energy scenario of India in terms of energy consumption, energy security and energy efficiency. Growth trends and the changes in growth trends of these variables have been ...
Challenges for quality primary education in Papua New Guinea — a case study
(Hindawi Publishing Corporation, 2011)
There is an urgent need to reform the educational system to achieve universal primary education in Papua New Guinea (PNG). Even after 35 years of independence, PNG has been struggling to educate an estimated 2 million ...
Is foreign aid panacea for African problems? The case of NamibiaIs foreign aid panacea for African problems? The case of Namibia
(University of PrimorskaUniversity of Primorska, 2013)
Namibia has experienced impressive growth since 21 years of independence. Current gdp growth rates, estimated at 4–5%, are fuelled mainly by the increasing competitiveness of the mining sector. Mining sector accounts ...
The Geopolitical Environment in Namibia: Business Challenges and Opportunities
(Kamla-Raj Enterprises, 2013)
Geopolitics and business development is a buzz word. There is a serious link between population growth and the environment. This is basically found somewhere between the view that population growth is solely responsible ...
Inflows of capital, exchange rates and balance of payments: the post-liberalisation experience of India
(Indian Institute of Economics, 2013)
A review of the analytical literature shows that macroeconomic consequences of financial liberalization are the results of the combined effect of monetary, fiscal as well as trade and exchange rate policies followed by the ...