Developing Nations

  • Developing nations to face bumpy ride: World Bank June 13, 2012

    Washington: Developing countries should brace for a long period of financial market volatility and weaker growth as tensions rise over a worsening euro zone debt crisis, the World Bank said on Tuesday. Warning the situation in Europe could worsen, the World Bank said in a report that developing nations should prepare...
  • Developing nations should work together: Prez April 25, 2012

    New Delhi: Welcoming the envoys of 12 countries, President Pratibha Patil on Tuesday said it was very important to work together and have institutions in which the voices from developing countries find expression owing to the global financial crisis and developments in the Euro zone. "Improved financial governance, employment generation, promoting...
  • India a global success story: British Prime Minister January 21, 2010

    London: British Prime Minister Gordon Brown says India is a "modern global success story" that is marching toward prosperity. "The astonishing pace of change, the dynamism and excitement that it is generating and the potential to do great things is a tribute to all Indians," Brown said in an article...
  • Advanced nations prone to terror attacks: Study September 18, 2009

    Washington: Countries with advanced economies as well as a high degree of civil liberties are most likely to face the brunt of terror attacks, says a new study. Economic status has more to do with target countries than it does with the states where the attacks originate, says Princeton University...
  • Developing world suffering for no fault: India October 13, 2008

    Washington: India has demanded concerted global effort to deal with the great financial turmoil across the world and a greater say for the developing and emerging economies in international financial institutions. "Emerging markets have so far shown resilience. However, they may be vulnerable to both first order and second order effects,"...
  • US, UK draining poor countries of expert doctors: study July 20, 2007

    Mississippi: It took primitive conditions at a government hospital to end Dr Minerva Rasalan's dream of helping the poor in her native Philippines and send her on a mission toward permanent residency and practice in the United States. During her time at the underfunded hospital, she found pregnant women assigned two...