I had to read the article twice before I could believe it, but it seems to be the case in Tanzania (Hat tip: University World News). From The Citizen:

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CGAP has revamped its blog, so get your microfinance fix on over at the CGAP Microfinance Blog! Kate McKee asks whether the big will get bigger and Paulina Ibarra discusses the results of CGAP…

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In debates over globalization, much attention is given to so-called 'North-South' relationships. Often, data on 'South-South' exchanges it too limited to say much. A new paper…

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Kainvestor, a blogger who follows the Kenyan market, says it looks like East Africa is stepping back from regional financial integration:

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What does it take to get the leasing sector off the ground?

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The Economist reports this week on new research on the relationship between Health and Wealth. The long and the short of it is that improvements in health don't necessarily lead to higher…

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It may not be 100 percent in line with private sector development, but, hey, what else are blogs for? The Institute for Higher Education Policy today released a new (and long awaited) report by…

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The U.S. gets Walmart, and in return, China gets...Harvard. At least that's part of the story told by a graph in a recent publication from Campus France (Hat tip: University World News).…

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Today is Blog Action Day! This year's topic is poverty, and here's what Adam Smith, the proponent of the "invisible hand," had to say about it:

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The World Bank yesterday released its new Human Opportunity Index report.

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