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Presentation of the Global Economic Prospects (GEP 2006) in Berlin

Economic Implications of Migration and Remittances
 
Location:   Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development
Begins:   Nov 18, 2005 
Ends:   Nov 18, 2005 

Global Economic Prospects explores the short-, medium, and long-term outlook for the global economy and the implications for developing countries and poverty reduction. Each year the Report focuses on the long-term analysis of issues that are central to development and poverty reduction, including the East Asian crisis and its impact on developing countries, trade, regionalism.

This year, the report focuses on Economic Implications of Migration and Remittances.  Uri Dadush, Director of the International Trade Department and Andrew Burns, Senior Economist with the Development Prospects Group will be presenting the Global Economic Prospects 2006 in Berlin, on November 18, 2005. The presentation will be organized by the Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) with Inwent/Capacity Building International.

More information regarding the presentation itself can be obtained from BMZ
Contact: Qays Hamad, Tel: 49 1888 535 - 2646, Email:
hamad@bmz.bund.de

More information on the  GEP 2006

 


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