Ease of Doing Business: Only 3 documents needed for imports, exports
The World Bank Group (WBG) is a family of five international organizations that make leveraged loans to poor countries. It is the largest and most famous development bank in the world and is an observer at the United Nations Development Group.
By African Utility Week & Clean Power Africa
The World Bank’s global Thirsty Energy initiative aims to make more governments in Africa and elsewhere aware of the interdependencies and foreseeable pressure on water as a resource for energy generation.
By C. Savva & Associates Ltd
According to the co publication of The World Bank and the International Finance Corporation “Doing Business 2014: Understanding Regulations for Small and Medium-Size Enterprises” published end of 2013, Cyprus has been ranked 39th among 189 countries.
VoiceAmerica Network, Internet broadcasting pioneer, producing and syndicating online audio and video, today announced it would be airing a report on the just completed meeting in New York of the International Monetary Fund and World Bank.
PRONicaragua stood out with the best results among all investment promotion agencies in the world in the 2012 Global Investment Promotion Benchmarking, recently published by the World Bank.
By Moses Solemon
World Bank cut down sharply global economy growth figures for 2012 confirming CBH warning for the same four months ago.
By Larry Garrison
US Moral leadership in the fight against corruption is on the line at the World Bank
The World Bank, in its recently published 2012 Doing Business report, recognizes Nicaragua as one of the 30 countries that presented major reforms this year and showed important advances in several categories.
Avasant is proud to be awarded The Rockefeller Foundation's organizational initiative entitled “Poverty Reduction through Information and Digital Employment” (PRIDE).
By Nichols & Meyer Capital Parnters
The World Bank warned that the global economy is heading into a new "danger zone." Near record food prices and volatile commodity markets are threatening the world's most vulnerable people., the Horn of Africa being the most affected.
By Corolla Financial
Corolla Financial Report: Despite record food production, prices will stay high and volatile throughout this year dampening global economic growth.
By DGC Asset Management
The World Bank has opened $4 billion in funding to help poor farmers to absorb volatile food prices.
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Nicaragua was the country with the second highest improvement in the Latin American region in this year’s index, surpassed only by Argentina, which improved four positions.
By Media Consulta International Ltd
IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, has entered into a loan agreement with FIMBank to help ensure that its client companies in the Middle East and Africa can import the production materials and machinery they need to grow their businesses.
In a shocking report by Frederick Kaufman on Foreign Policy Goldman Sachs is revealed for creating the food crisis and Wall Street’s role in the spiraling cost of food. Frederic uncovers the 1991 plot where Goldman bankers lead by Gary Cohn....
By David Wong
Pretium Ventures Report: Food shortages are becoming a major international concern, and the World Bank has encouraged food producing countries to ease export controls and divert supplies away from bio fuel production.
By Water and Energy Solutions
Water and Energy Solutions “Aggressive Water Conservation Program-utilities ™” (AWCP) is designed for water, energy and natural gas companes
By The Center for International Environmental Law
The Center for International Environmental Law today released a report, “Fossilized Thinking: The World Bank, Eskom & the Real Costs of Coal-Based Power Projects,” which examines the Bank‟s $3 billion loan to support a South African project.
By Adriana Dorn
The World Bank approved a US$10 million technical assistance loan today for the Nicaragua Public Financial Management Modernization Plan.
By Russell Bedford International
New World Bank report ranks 183 economies on key aspects of business regulation for domestic firms
By Regal Group International
Robert Zoellick sent tremors through the international finance world when he called for world leaders to consider reintroducing a gold standard to guide currency movements.
By David Wong
Pretium Ventures Analyst Charles Shin offers some insight into the future of China’s economic growth.
By PipeChain AB
Sweden is ranked number three among the 155 economies ranked in the Logistics Performance Indicators (LPI), which are included in the report Connecting to Compete 2010: Trade Logistics in the Global Economy from the World Bank
By Sarah Malak
Clayton Homes, the nation’s largest modular and manufactured home builder, will soon ship classrooms to Haiti as part of an agreement with the Clinton Foundation…all part of a humanitarian effort spearheaded by former President Bill Clinton.
By Golden Networking
Golden Networking Hosting Private Bankers and Investors at Golden Networking's Global Energy Leaders Forum 2010, December 2nd, New York; Additional Information and Registration at GlobalEnergyLeadersForum.com
Former World Bank expert joins global advisory team for world’s leading online project management news and information service
By BJ Adams
Crooked Banks new website will provide banking information that will protect customers of crooked banks.
By Adriana Dorn
Nicaragua was recently ranked as the fastest country in which to start a business in Central America according to the Doing Business Report 2010 by the World Bank Group.