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Oct 24, 2012Africa Can Feed Itself, Earn Billions, and Avoid Food Crises by Unblocking Regional Food Trade
Jul 27, 2012World Bank Approves Funds for Boosting Regional and International Trade in Central Africa
Jun 04, 2012Sustaining Africa’s High Growth Will Need Greater Regional Action to Tackle Energy, Food Crises, and Roadblocks to Trade
May 31, 2012Second Phase Program Will Reduce Trade and Transport Barriers across West Africa
Apr 16, 2012Statement from Dr. Jim Yong Kim regarding his selection by the World Bank's Executive Directors as 12th President of the World Bank
Apr 16, 2012Zoellick Congratulates Dr. Jim Yong Kim as New World Bank Group President
Apr 16, 2012World Bank’s Executive Directors Select Dr. Jim Yong Kim 12th President of the World Bank Group
Nov 08, 2011Unfinished Business? The WTO’s Doha Agenda
Jul 18, 2011Multilateral Initiative to Provide Free Access to Trade-Related Data
Jun 01, 2011World Bank Report Calls for Stronger Action by Developed and Developing Countries to Fight Corruption in the Roads Sector
Mar 30, 2011African Migration Generates Win-Win Benefits, Says New Report
Dec 13, 2010World Bank Calls for New Research Partnership on “Aid Effectiveness and Trade for the LDCs”
Nov 12, 2010More open trade and well designed employment policies - key to supporting growth
Oct 21, 2010MEDIA ADVISORY: Trade and Employment Post-Crisis Conference
Jun 10, 2010Progress in Regulatory Reform Expands Business Opportunities throughout Nigeria
Jan 15, 2010Global Trade Logistics Improving, But More Needed to Boost Recovery
Jun 16, 2009Supporting Poverty Reduction and Reform in Guinea Bissau with $8 Million Grant
Jun 04, 2009Flexibility, Conflict Sensitivity and Demonstrated Strengths Underpin New World Bank Strategy for Nepal
May 18, 2009Four New Countries Join the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative, Three New Donors Support Implementation through the World Bank
May 13, 2009At Least an Additional US$15 Billion to Respond to Financial Crisis in Africa
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