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Bank's World (English)

This Bank's world newsletter includes some of the following headings: bank study upbeat on Africa; report says growth and democracy picking up; UN gender conference: Beijing follow-up plan agreed; our dream: a world free of poverty; bank hosts summit of Supreme Court justices; and greed for diamonds fuels civil wars: new report challenges popular notions about origins of civil conflict.


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    Ferrey,Katherine M., Gentile,Angela M., Radhika,Yeddanapudi, Wamey, Julius M. [editor]

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Ferrey,Katherine M. Gentile,Angela M. Radhika,Yeddanapudi Wamey, Julius M. [editor]

Bank's World (English). Bank's World (Bank notes) Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.