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3 record(s) found in 'March 2002'

Climate change represents a serious threat to every part of the globe, and it would be ridiculous to believe that this is just another issue being pushed by the West down the throats of the developing world. If this was not the case then we would have had a very different Framework Convention on Climate Change which was agreed to at the Rio Summit...

The government has taken a major step in going ahead with the dismantling of the APM (Administered Pricing Mechanism). The part roll back of liquefied petroleum gas prices is a retrogressive step, but perhaps political pressure influencing the pricing of petroleum products will only fade into irrelevance over time. Also, the government should...

Later this month, an important meeting is scheduled to take place in Monterrey, Mexico, focusing on Financing for Development. This international conference has raised high expectations and considerable preparatory work has been done to highlight the problems of financing for developing countries. In particular, the work of the Zedillo Panel on...