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· August, 2006

Stories about Development from August, 2006

Nigeria: Brain Gain

Bahamas: Flat-earth policies

Serbia: Unemployment and Low Salaries

While Serbian citizens are preoccupied with bare survival, the country's media and politicians focus on the need to extradite individuals wanted by the Hague tribunal. A few days ago, Serbian...

Georgia: Gangster's Paradise

Belize: Caye Caulker

Cambodia: Web Portal and Destructive People

Armenia: Dead Villages

Barbados: Development double standards

Ethiopia: PM theorises on African development

Africa: An inefficient method of allocating resources

Nigeria: Solar-powered fish project

Singapore: Rod Steiger of South East Asia

Kenya: Disagreeing with Sachs

Cuba: It's not the US economy

Russia: 113 Houses in Sokol

Antigua & Barbuda: Property tax

Cambodia: Internet Experience Workshop

Central Asia & Caucasus: 15 Years of Independence

Serbia: Travel Observations

A tale of two Ethiopian books

It was a tale of two books in Ethiopia’s blogosphere over the past two weeks. The first book, catchily titled African Development: Dead Ends and New Beginnings (PDF of the...

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