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September 23 2014

From Loomnie Tue Sep 23 2014, 12:25:38

A report done by the DIE for the GIZ (click the links to resolve the alphabet soup). From the Executive Summary: This report sheds light on some selected cases of recent progress by central banks in Africa in striking a balance between their multiple, and at times conflicting, objectives. Taking the cases of Kenya, Nigeria... Read More »

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July 9 2014

From Loomnie Wed Jul 9 2014, 06:57:09

This paper considers the bi-regional relations between Europe and West  Africa in the field of energy. As its point of departure, the paper begins by  acknowledging the ferocity with which today's energy landscape is changing.  As important producers and consumers within this landscape, Europe and West  Africa are subject to change, both intra- and inter-regionally. [...]

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From Loomnie Wed Jul 9 2014, 06:57:09

This paper considers the bi-regional relations between Europe and West  Africa in the field of energy. As its point of departure, the paper begins by  acknowledging the ferocity with which today's energy landscape is changing.  As important producers and consumers within this landscape, Europe and West  Africa are subject to change, both intra- and inter-regionally.... Read More »

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June 11 2014

From Loomnie Wed Jun 11 2014, 10:46:04

Actually, the full title of the note is: "Removing Barriers to Trade between Ghana and Nigeria: Strengthening Regional Integration by Implementing ECOWAS Commitments": This note assesses the challenges that goods exporters within the region face when trying to benefit from the ECOWAS-wide Free Trade Area. It focuses on the experience of 30 exporting companies in... Read More »

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June 9 2014

From Loomnie Mon Jun 9 2014, 05:05:09

A new essay reviewing recent literature and World Bank studies on the informal sector. From the abstract: Many countries have expressed an interest in the size, performance and motivation of the informal sector, especially where the informal sector provides the livelihood and employment for a critical segment of the population. This essay reviews recent literature, [...]

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From Loomnie Mon Jun 9 2014, 05:05:09

A new essay reviewing recent literature and World Bank studies on the informal sector. From the abstract: Many countries have expressed an interest in the size, performance and motivation of the informal sector, especially where the informal sector provides the livelihood and employment for a critical segment of the population. This essay reviews recent literature,... Read More »

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