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Pandavas couldn’t choose their relatives, we can't choose our neighbours: EAM Jaishankar on Pakistan

DNA India 29 Jan 2023
The World Bank has slashed Pakistan’s economic growth by half -- from 4 percent to 2 percent for the current fiscal year, saying Islamabad faces mounting economic difficulties, reported The News International ... read the World Bank in Global Economic Prospects report.
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Holiday consumption mirrors China's economic vitality in new year

China Daily 29 Jan 2023
... items also reported rapid sales growth, the data showed ... China's growth potential was further unleashed by orderly easing of mobility restrictions, followed by a strong release of pent-up demand for consumption and services, according to a report recently issued by the World Bank.
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Spring Festival consumption mirrors China's economic vitality in new year

China.dot.org 29 Jan 2023
... reported rapid sales growth, the data showed ... China's growth potential was further unleashed by an orderly easing of mobility restrictions, followed by a strong release of pent-up demand for consumption and services, according to a report recently issued by the World Bank.
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Afghanistan’s Economy is Gradually Recovering not Collapsing: World Bank

Khaama Press 28 Jan 2023
The World Bank has been closely monitoring the evolving economic situation in Afghanistan, and the latest reports indicate the economy is not collapsing, but gradually recovering ... Unlike the United Nations and other aid organizations, the World Bank’s finds indicate that the country’s economy is not on the verge of collapsing.
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Historical Analysis of the Global Elite: Ransacking the World Economy Until ‘You’ll Own Nothing.’

GlobalResearch 28 Jan 2023
But this report makes it clear that GFANZ will simply employ the same exploitative tactics that the ‘economic hitmen’ and agents such as the multilateral ‘development’ banks (MDBs) – including the World Bank, Inter-American Development Bank, Asian Development Bank, the African ...
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Meeting Held With EU, World Bank and Afghan Businesspeople

Tolo News 28 Jan 2023
Meanwhile, the deputy prime minister's economic office, in reaction to the World Bank's latest report about Afghanistan economic situation, in a statement called on all aid organizations to help with needy people to decrease poverty in Afghanistan.
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Vietnam among world’s top 10 remittance receivers

The Saigon Times 28 Jan 2023
A report from the World Bank and KNOMAD showed that remittances to Vietnam have remained stable in recent years despite the impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic and high inflation in many other countries.
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Taliban ban Afghan female students from university entrance exams: Report

Hindustan Times 28 Jan 2023
However, a World Bank report this week also said the Taliban administration, which has said it is focussed on more economic self-sufficiency, had kept revenue collection strong last year and exports had lifted. Get Latest World Newsalong with Latest Newsfrom Indiaat Hindustan Times.
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Just as Pandavas could not choose their relatives, India can't choose its neighbours: Jaishankar on Pakistan

Beijing News 28 Jan 2023
The World Bank has slashed Pakistan's economic growth by half -- from 4 per cent to 2 per cent for the current fiscal year, saying Islamabad faces mounting economic difficulties, reported The News International ... 2010-19," read the World Bank in Global Economic Prospects report.
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Afghan female students banned from university entrance exam

The New Arab 28 Jan 2023
However, a World Bank report this week also said the Taliban administration, which has said it is focussed on more economic self-sufficiency, had kept revenue collection strong last year and exports had lifted. Reporting by Reuters.
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Afghan female students not allowed to sit university entrance exam: Taliban

Khaleejtimes 28 Jan 2023
However, a World Bank report this week also said the Taliban administration, which has said it is focussed on more economic self-sufficiency, had kept revenue collection strong last year and exports had lifted.
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Afghan female students not allowed to take university entrance exam: Taliban ministryThe restrictions on women's ...

Deccan Herald 28 Jan 2023
However, a World Bank report this week also said the Taliban administration, which has said it is focussed on more economic self-sufficiency, had kept revenue collection strong last year and exports had lifted ... World news.
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Analysis: Ghana’s GDP growth for 2022 lags behind other African countries – AfDB

Joy Online 28 Jan 2023
The African Development Bank (AfDB) has ... The African Development Bank (AfDB) is projecting a 3.3% expansion of the Ghanaian economy in 2023 and this is higher than the Government of Ghana’s forecast of 2.8% in 2023, the World Bank’s 2.7%, and the International Monetary Fund’s 2.8%.
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Talban says Afghan women no longer allowed to sit university entrance exam

Irish Independent 28 Jan 2023
... with aid agencies warning tens of millions are in need of urgent aid.However, a World Bank report this week also said the Taliban administration, which has said it is focussed on more economic self-sufficiency, had kept revenue collection strong last year and exports had lifted.
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Afghan female students not allowed to sit university entrance exam

Reuters 28 Jan 2023
However, a World Bank report this week also said the Taliban administration, which has said it is focussed on more economic self-sufficiency, had kept revenue collection strong last year and exports had lifted.Reporting by Mohammad Yunus Yawar; Writing by Charlotte Greenfield, Editing by Angus MacSwan.

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