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Palm Oil Drops as South American Soybean Crop Prospects Improve

Palm Oil Drops as South American Soybean Crop Prospects Improve | Developmenteconomics | Scoop.it
Palm oil declined, paring a weekly advance, as forecasts for improving soybean crop conditions in South America eased concerns global oilseed supply will dwindle.
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allAfrica.com: Uganda: Aid Cuts Affect 6,000 Health Workers

allAfrica.com: Uganda: Aid Cuts Affect 6,000 Health Workers | Developmenteconomics | Scoop.it
allAfrica: African news and information for a global audience...
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Spain is committed to West Africa's economic growth - Benito | Daily Times Nigeria

Spain is committed to West Africa's economic growth - Benito | Daily Times Nigeria | Developmenteconomics | Scoop.it
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How Sub-Saharan Africa Is Evolving Into A Global Economic Powerhouse

How Sub-Saharan Africa Is Evolving Into A Global Economic Powerhouse | Developmenteconomics | Scoop.it

Interesting considering it is one of the poorest place on this planet.

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BandKids13-14's curator insight, February 3, 2014 9:46 PM

It's good to know that certain places in sub-Saharan Africa is becoming more developed. Not knowing that people in LDCs don't have the luxuries as people in MDCs can be quite a realization. People in MDCs are blessed to have the more modern technology and industries. So it's good to hear about  an LDC slowly evolving into a global economic powerhouse.~Makayla Cauley 

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Why African Technology Startups Should Look For Partners - Forbes

Why African Technology Startups Should Look For Partners - Forbes | Developmenteconomics | Scoop.it
ech Entrepreneurs in Africa often wrestle with developing applications on basic feature phones for too long or jump on smartphone too early, but underlying platform bets are potentially costlier mistakes of not properly segmenting the fast changing...
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'Change is imminent': African CEOs look to bright future - CNN.com

'Change is imminent': African CEOs look to bright future - CNN.com | Developmenteconomics | Scoop.it
The first African CEO Forum took place this week. Marieme Jamme was there and says African firms must work together to go global.
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Bangladesh: As good as it looks on paper?

In this superb piece, Lucy Stevenson, a student from Greenhead College explores growth and development progress in Bangladesh.
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