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Grounding Green Power: Bottom-Up Perspectives on Smart Renewable Energy Policy in Developing Countries

This new working paper from the World Resources Institute (WRI) in cooperation with the German Marshall Fund of the United States (GMF) and the Heinrich Böll Foundation, outlines the key components of smart renewable energy policy in developing countries. The paper proposes priorities for international donors looking to make the most efficient investments in clean …
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Doing Business in the Philippines

The World Bank Group has just published “Doing Business in the Philippines 2011”. This year, the report expands the group’s analysis to 25 cities across the nation, including 15 cities from Metro Manila (Luzon). The selection of the cities was mainly based on the level of urbanization, population size, economic activity, and political and geographical …
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Asia Capital Markets Monitor 2010

The Asia Development Bank (ADB) has published the “Asia Capital Markets Monitor 2010”, its annual assessment of the performance and outlook for the region’s equity, bond and currency markets. The report recommends that governments in emerging Asia should stay on guard and be ready to act if volatile capital inflows threaten to destabilize the region’s …
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