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(January 1, 1995) The world’s largest development institution, the World Bank, is misleading U.S. Congress and taxpayers, according to a new study released by the Canadian environmental group, Probe International.
(December 9, 1994) When the World Bank celebrated its golden anniversary in Madrid in early October, it promised a new and revitalized "vision" to alleviate Third World poverty.
(December 9, 1994) When the World Bank celebrated its golden anniversary in Madrid in early October, it promised a new and revitalized "vision" to alleviate Third World poverty. But the bank’s critics-from left-wing development agencies and radical environmentalists to right-wing think tanks-don’t trust that vision.
(December 1, 1994) All is not quiet with what many call the West’s front – the World Bank. Half a century old and being rejuvenated, it hopes to catalyse increased private investment for emerging markets.
(December 1, 1994) On the advice of the World Bank, the Laos Ministry of Industry and Handicraft hopes to raise US $2.5 billion in foreign capital, over twice the national GDP, for investment in up to 58 big dams over the next 15 years.
(December 1, 1994) The river auction has commenced. The Lao PDR government has taken its first steps down a seductive but treacherous path to prosperity and development: renting its rivers for hydroelectric dams.
(December 1, 1994) The 4200-kilometer Mekong is the tenth largest river in the world, carrying 475,000 million cubic meters of water to the sea annually. The river flows from the Tibetan Himalayas southward through China and passes north of Burma, its watershed encompassing nearly all of Laos, northeast Thailand, most of Cambodia, and the delta of south Vietnam.
(November 22, 1994) By endorsing the “sovereign right of each nation to develop its resources” OHII is endorsing governments’ views that it is right to trade off the interests and security of some citizens for some other supposed benefit such as SED.
(November 22, 1994) Energy Probe Research Foundation’s submission to the Ontario Energy Board on E.B.R.L.G. 36
Liberals now support a project that requires the forced relocation of 1.3 million Chinese to remote areas.
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