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World Bank announces Jim Yong Kim resignation

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World Bank announces Jim Yong Kim resignation The World Bank President Jim Yong Kim has suddenly resigned which is nearly three years before the end of his term. He announced that he […]

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Human Rights / international development association / Mining / World Bank

My Crazy Reading List of the week

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My Crazy Reading List of the week This week I’ve made a resolution to read intensively on the topics listed below. I’m going to read each and every document listed below and […]

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Economy / World Bank

World Bank Grounds Needs to Do More

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World Bank Group (WBG) Needs to Do More Taxation is the leading source of income for many developing countries around the world according to World Bank Group (WBG). In the past, we’ve […]

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Professor Anul Muhammad Opposes Coal-Plant in Bangladesh

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Anul Muhammad is a veteran academic and activist from Bangladesh. This is not the first time that the professor is facing threats, beatings and persecution. He is a professor of economics. Below […]

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banks / Business / World Bank

Bank interest rates have been capped in Kenya. What next?

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The Banking (Amendment) Bill, 2015 was signed by President Uhuru Kenya. It will be used to cap bank lending interest rates. The banks hands will be tied in terms of how much […]

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Francis Atwoli response to Mohamed Fazul over COTU contributions

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Below is a quote from Dr. Francis Atwoli response to Fazul, after the latter demanded that security guards should not remit their contributions to the Central Organizations of Trade Unions (COTU). The […]

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Importance of electrification of railways

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Kenya has zero percent of electrified railways despite recently completing their construction of the Standard Gauge Railway (SGR) which they had a chance to electrify but chose to go for the diesel […]

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