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... not create the necessary infrastructure which would support corporate bond market development – such infrastructure can be regarded as a public good.  And lastly, government bond markets remained underdeveloped ...
... city, for construction of housing and other infrastructure in cities, for the provision of social services, and for the management of urban environments.   Successful management of this rural-urban ...
... resources.  But the market needs to be complemented by an active role by government in providing both hard and soft infrastructure.    Market-based development depends on an economy’s resources, or ...
44. SME financing and the crisis
(Panorama/Finance)
... a Japanese SME. But, when car sales drop, Mabuchi takes a direct hit.   Fourth, SMEs suffer many constraints that larger enterprises do not suffer – constraints like infrastructure (they cannot afford ...
45. Inequality in Asia
(Panorama/Development)
... agricultural sector left aside, and suffering from a lack of infrastructure investment.    There are other factors that the ADB does not explore in its analysis of inequality, one of the most important ...
... financial inclusion and strengthening basic infrastructure – particularly better road transport, water supplies, sanitation, electricity, information technology, telecommunications and urban low-income ...
47. Internet Freedom in Asia
(Panorama/Society)
... have invested heavily in telecommunications infrastructure and Internet service providers have sought to attract customers -- and also where economic development means that citizens have the financial ...
48. Terrorists and Development
(Panorama/Development)
... of Al Qaeda, permanently changing the life of America and economically weakening the nation as lots of money is spent on security, rather than education, health, infrastructure or research. This is evident ...
49. Theories of economic development
(Panorama/Development)
... elephants, like hospitals without doctors and nurses, schools without teaches, and bridges without cars.   That said, efficient and sound investment, especially in infrastructure, is important to development.  ...
50. China and inclusive growth
(Panorama/Globalization winners)
... growth by prioritizing more equitable wealth distribution, increased domestic consumption, and improved social infrastructure and social safety nets.   The Plan is representative of China's efforts ...
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