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September 2005, No. 37

Millennium Development Goals

Economic growth must be at the center of any strategy to achieve the MDGs. Growth has a direct effect on poverty and also helps expand the resources available for human development.


Liquidity in Developed and
Developing Countries

After nearly two decades of reform, the state of capital markets in developing countries is quite mixed. The pace of growth, though rapid overall, has not been as dramatic as in developed nations.




:: Spotlight

All Frowns as Smiling President Bows Out


Social Justice


:: Interactive



:: Oil & Gas

Needed Investments in Energy


:: Mines & Metals

Applications of Copper


:: On Agenda

New President, New Proposal


:: Europe

Why Europe Must Embrace Reform


:: Management

Lessons We Can Learn from History of Economy

Brazil Brilliant Fiscal Management

Signs of Real Change in Malaysia

Seven Shocks for the New CEOs


:: Science & Technology

India’s Quiet Education Revolution




:: Millennium

Millennium Development Goals


:: Q & A

Reviewing Iranian Economy Is a Must


:: Appointment

From Policeman to People’s Man



:: Global Economy

Combating Corruption: Look Before You Leap

WTO’s Stronger Role in Development

Taking the Plunge without Getting Hurt


:: Economy

New President, New Challenges

New Captains at Helm of Economic Development


:: Banking

Burgeoning Liquidity Threatens Iranian Economy

Bank Keshavarzi Elected Iran’s Top Bank

Liquidity in Developed and Developing Countries

Iran to Go on with Private Banking



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