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  1. Library Resource
    Marzo, 2016
    China

    China Railways Corporation (CRC) is
    considering new ways to attract capital to support the
    strategic development of the railway sector. Currently,
    government is the predominant equity financier, with debt
    being supplied by domestic bank credits and limited amounts
    borrowed from International Financial Institutions such as
    the World Bank and Asian Development Bank. Considering its
    high level of accumulated debt and liabilities (RMB 3.7

  2. Library Resource
    Febrero, 2016
    Zimbabwe

    Low export prices and high production
    costs are contributing to a persistent deficit in the
    external accounts. Despite narrowing somewhat in recent
    years, Zimbabwe’s current account deficit remains much
    larger than those of comparable countries in the region, and
    exports currently amount to just over half of imports. A
    decline in global prices for gold, platinum and other
    mineral commodities, coupled with unresolved supply-side

  3. Library Resource
    Febrero, 2016
    Kenya

    This Kenya urbanization review takes a
    deep look at Kenya’s urbanization process. It provides
    initial policy options in several key areas including
    housing and basic services, land use and transport,
    planning, subnational finance, and local economic
    development. These are not the only areas of concern for
    Kenya’s urban practitioners and policy makers. But they were
    identified as areas for more in-depth study during initial

  4. Library Resource
    Marzo, 2016

    Since the first edition of paying taxes,
    and especially following the global financial crisis, the
    media, the public, and many policymakers have become
    increasingly interested in how international tax systems
    operate. Most recently the focus has been the work initiated
    by the G20 and carried out by the Organization of Economic
    Cooperation and Development (OECD) on base erosion and
    profit shifting (BEPS). The BEPS agenda however does not

  5. Library Resource
    Marzo, 2016

    In a five-month period, man-made fire cost Indonesia $16.1 billion or 2 percent of GDP in 2015. An estimated 2.6 million hectares – an area four times the size of Bali – burned. While the 2015 fires were some of the worst in recent years (in part as a result of el Nino), they are by no means a singular event. Wide-scale fire crises occur annually in Indonesia. Indonesia’s fire story is not just one of loss and damage; fires contribute to significant economic upside for a diverse, if concentrated, group of actors.

  6. Library Resource
    Marzo, 2016

    Bleak short-term economic outlook raises the risk that social and environmental
    achievements may not be sustained. The changed economic circumstances have exposed shortcomings in Brazil’s development model, epitomized by the struggle to achieve a sustainable fiscal policy. Against this background, some Brazilians are now asking whether the gains of the past decade might have been an illusion, created by the commodity boom, but unsustainable in today’s less forgiving international environment. Brazil thus finds itself at an important juncture and, to a certain extent, the policy

  7. Library Resource
    Artículos de revistas y libros
    Marzo, 2016
    Jordania

    Jordan is an upper middle income country which has proven remarkably resilient despite decades of turmoil in its neighborhood. Even with economic stability in the face of massive shocks, the Jordanian government - reflecting the views of the population - has made clear the need for improvement in the current growth trajectory. Public dissatisfaction coalesced around a perception, which the government acknowledges, that previous reform efforts had struggled with implementation, while discretionary decisions and unequal opportunities remain entrenched.

  8. Library Resource
    Marzo, 2016
    Sri Lanka

    Sri Lanka is in many respects a
    development success story. With economic growth averaging
    more than 7 percent a year over the past five years on top
    of an average growth of 6 percent the preceding five years,
    Sri Lanka has made notable strides towards the goals of
    ending extreme poverty and promoting shared prosperity (the
    ‘twin goals’). The national poverty headcount rate declined
    from 22.7 to 6.7 percent between 2002 and 2012/13, while

  9. Library Resource
    Abril, 2016

    The use of irrigation in the
    agricultural sector, when combined appropriately with other
    inputs, has been key to increasing the productivity of
    agricultural production around the world - a vital factor in
    helping governments to manage the growing demand for food
    caused by demographic pressures and changing dietary habits.
    Governments, increasingly, are seeking to address the
    complex issue of targeting investments and improving the use

  10. Library Resource
    Abril, 2016
    Viet Nam

    This report sets forth details of a financial recovery plan designed to help Vietnam Electricity (EVN), and the Vietnamese power sector more generally, to address a series of complex and interconnected challenges over the next 3 to 10 years. These challenges are operational and institutional as well as financial, and will lead to fundamental changes over time in the way that EVN and the overall power sector operate.

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