Malaysia and Aid and debt
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- The BLDS aid collection
Search for the latest aid-related print documents on this country from the British Library for Development Studies collection
- Enhancing South-South and triangular cooperation: study of the current situation and existing good practices in policy, institutions, and operation of South-South and triangular cooperation
- United Nations Development Programme, 2009
- South-South and triangular cooperation has become a major subject of international development discussions. One of the key issues identified in such discussions is the lack of information on South-South and triangular cooperation implemente...
- Climate testimonies: stories of climate change impacts from nine countries
- S. Long (ed); C.H. Coelho de Souza (ed); J. Wormworth (ed) / Friends of the Earth International, 2007
- This report presents nine stories about the impact of climate change from different countries around the world. These case studies chronicle specific impacts and provide testimonies of local community members who have dramatic first-hand ex...
- Policy recommendations on preparing for and responding to disasters
- Human Resource Development Network, 2006
- This paper reports on the seminars and workshops delivered during a one-day conference on disaster preparedness and mitigation in Pakistan.The conference sought to formulate policy recommendations for disaster preparedness and mitigation, a...
- Japanese aid to East Asian developing countries: praise and criticisms
- H. Soesastro / Centre for Strategic and International Studies, Indonesia, 2004
- This paper examines the role of foreign aid or development assistance in helping to sustain East Asia’s economic dynamism. It surveys the recent history of development assistance, focussing on Japan as the most important donor for East Asia...
- Energy price increases in developing countries : case studies of Malaysia,Indonesia, Ghana, Zimbabwe, Colombia and Turkey
- Einar Hope; Balbir Singh / Policy Research Working Papers, World Bank, 1995
- Six case studies show that raising energy prices to eliminate subsidies does not harm the poor, growth, inflation, or industrial competitiveness. And public revenues improve.When domestic energy prices in developing countries fall below opp...