New World Bank country classifications by income level: 2021-2022
Indonesia, Mauritius, Romania, and Samoa were very close to classification thresholds in 2019 and all experienced COVID-19 related decreases in Atlas GNI per capita, resulting in lower classifications in 2020. Venezuela, previously classified as a an upper-middle income country, is now unclassified due to a lack of available data in the recent ...
In Ethiopia, digital development just took a major leap forward
- Jersey - Libya - Nicaragua - Niger - Saint Lucia - Suriname - Zambia. A world bank blogger should know better. Dr. Gashaw Teshome Mengesha February 22, 2022. It true, there is potential 'danger' and opportunities. The former deals with the degeneration of the macro-level socio-political policies and practices, and later is indicated the ...
The impact of tourism: How can we all do this better? - World Bank Blogs
English. Tourism is growing, and growing fast. After surpassing 1 billion international visitors in 2012, we are expecting 1.8 billion by 2030. Tourism is growing faster than the global economy and, for the first time, the statistics for 2015 are expected to show that there were more trips taken to the developing world than to the developed world.
Princeton, New Jersey, United States: Princeton University Press. Micco, Alejandro, Ricardo J. Sanchez, Georgina Pizzolitto, Jan Hoffmann, Gordon Wilmsmeier, and Mar- tin Sgut. 2003. “Port Efficiency and International Trade: Port Efficiency as a Determinant of Maritime Transport Costs.” Maritime Economics & Logistics, 5 (2): 199–218.
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