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Many sections of the society including those in government wish to develop faster and wish to enjoy higher rates of economic growth and higher real incomes, all within an equitable framework that assures fair shares for all.
'There have been complaints for years that power in the IMF and the World Bank is skewed to rich countries, and that developing countries have too little “voice”. This year, there is real chance that votes in these two leading financial institutions will...
How does one influence the design of a policy that is still being negotiated – or decide whether alternatives are needed?
The New International Benchmark Standard for Environmental and Social Performance of the Private Sector in Developing Countries: Will It Raise or Lower the Bar?
In July 2006 the International Finance Corporation (IFC) – the private sector arm of the World Bank Group – launched a new set of business standards for managing environmental and social risks. Clients of the IFC who enter into project finance, equity...