A bypass under construction in Lilongwe. A sign that Malawi is inching its way forward. Photo: Govati Nyirenda/World Bank A new Country Economic Memorandum gives us a chance to step back and look…

Richard Record, Priscilla Kandoole |

A Thai business owner in Chiang Mai might open a small resort serving local people as well as tourists. It would probably take him about two months to set up his business after finding the…

Ulrich Zachau |

เจ้าของธุรกิจไทยในเชียงใหม่อาจเปิดรีสอร์ทเพื่อบริการลูกค้าในประเทศรวมถึงนักท่องเที่ยว เขาอาจจะใช้เวลาสองเดือนเพื่อจัดตั้งธุรกิจหลังจากที่เขาหาสถานที่ พนักงานและจดทะเบียนจัดตั้งธุรกิจได้แล้ว…

Ulrich Zachau |

هذه المدونة متوفرة باللغات التالية: English التكنولوجيات المستجدة تغير مشهد اللوجستيات العالمية. والأدلة تتجلى في كل مكان: شركات اللوجستيات تستكشف أساطيل مستقلة وتوقف عمليات التخزين، وتبحث عن…

Karuna Ramakrishnan, يعين لم |

Also available in: Spanish Emerging technologies are transforming global logistics. The evidence is everywhere: Logistics companies are exploring autonomous fleets and “lights-out” warehousing,…

Karuna Ramakrishnan, Yin Lam |

The global economy is stagnating, and uncertainty about its future is rising. These trends weigh heavily on countries that depend on the production and export of a small range of products, or that…

Cecile Fruman |

An instructor at the Savar EPZ training center in Dhaka, Bangladesh, helps young women being trained to make shirts. Photo Credit: © Dominic Chavez/The World Bank Increasing economic prosperity…

Anabel Gonzalez |

Photo: Ivelina Taushanova / World Bank Group Today, over 80 million tons of CO2 will be emitted from economies around the world. Tomorrow will be the same, as will the day after that. The emitted…

Kruskaia Sierra-Escalante |

Wind turbine farm in Tunisia. Photo: Dana Smillie / World Bank It's been two months now since the historic climate change conference, COP21, wrapped up in Paris, concluding with 195 countries…

Christian Grossmann |

The White Nile in South Sudan. Photo by Steve Utterwulghe. As I was landing in Juba, the bustling capital of South Sudan, I couldn’t help but reminisce about my days working in Khartoum for the UN…

Steve Utterwulghe, Patrick Banya |