East Asia's urban population grew by 200 million between 2000 and 2010, according to newly released data. A new platform lets users with no GIS experience access, analyze, and share urban data. Read More »
As the World Economic Forum returns to Davos this week, green bond investments are widely forecast to continue their strong growth in 2015. Read More »
Ebola will continue to cripple the economies of Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone even as transmission rates in the three countries show significant signs of slowing. Read More »
The World Bank Group has cut its growth forecast for the global economy, which is still struggling to gain momentum, says the latest Global Economic Prospects report. Read More »
Gains from low oil prices can be substantial for developing-country importers if supported by stronger global growth. Read More »
January 27, 4pm ET - President Jim Kim will connect ongoing efforts to stop the spread of infection in West Africa with longer-term efforts to improve public health systems.
Solomon Islands Signs Agreements on Fisheries, Rural Development, Flood Recovery and Economic Reform
Jan 30, 2015
Plunging Oil Prices Bring Gains and Losses to the Middle East and North Africa Region
Jan 29, 2015
Who Gains and Who Loses from Plunging Oil Prices in the Middle East and North Africa Region?
World Bank Supports Energy Sector Development in the Kyrgyz Republic
World Bank Group Announces Settlement with GKW Consult GmbH
Tourism Reforms Could Create More Growth and Jobs for Tanzanians
Oil Revenues, Economic Growth and Decreased Violence had Little Impact on Iraq's Poor
Jan 28, 2015
Himachal Pradesh: Secrets of Success
From Strategy to Action: Developing Georgia’s Education and Tourism Sectors
Himachal Pradesh has Effectively Balanced Economic Growth with Social Inclusion, says New World Bank Report
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Consultations: 2015 Development Policy Financing Retrospective
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Blog Contest: #EndPovertyinKenya?
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PPPs Short Stories Competition
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