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  1. Library Resource
    March, 2012
    North Macedonia

    This report deals with medium and
    long-term growth issues rather than the challenges posed by
    the world financial crisis, the structural policy options
    presented in the report become even more important in that
    context, and can help to partially mitigate the impact of
    the crisis on Macedonia. Section B looks at poverty and
    inequality issues. Section C examines Macedonia's past
    growth in terms of total factor productivity analysis,

  2. Library Resource
    March, 2012
    North Macedonia

    This report deals with medium and
    long-term growth issues rather than the challenges posed by
    the world financial crisis, the structural policy options
    presented in the report become even more important in that
    context, and can help to partially mitigate the impact of
    the crisis on Macedonia. Section B looks at poverty and
    inequality issues. Section C examines Macedonia's past
    growth in terms of total factor productivity analysis,

  3. Library Resource
    August, 2015

    Bhutan and Botswana share a number of
    similarities. The two countries, land locked small states,
    have grown rapidly over the past few decades, boosted by
    sustained, large-scale inflows of foreign exchange.
    Botswana’s annual real growth rate averaged 9 percent over
    the past 40 years, driven by diamond exploration, whereas
    Bhutan has taken full advantage of generous foreign aid
    inflows to achieve an average growth rate of 8 percent per

  4. Library Resource
    June, 2016
    Bhutan

    Bhutan’s hydropower generation potential
    raises the prospect of tremendous development opportunities
    for the country: fast increasing export revenue, sustained
    economic growth, and rapid poverty reduction. Driven by
    developments in the hydropower sector, the country has grown
    at an average rate of 7 percent per year over the last
    decade, while poverty has declined remarkably fast. But
    hydropower development also creates significant challenges

  5. Library Resource
    April, 2016
    Vietnam

    This report sets forth details of a financial recovery plan designed to help Vietnam Electricity (EVN), and the Vietnamese power sector more generally, to address a series of complex and interconnected challenges over the next 3 to 10 years. These challenges are operational and institutional as well as financial, and will lead to fundamental changes over time in the way that EVN and the overall power sector operate.

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