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On the occasion of International Women's Day, the new issue of the magazine Private sector and Development focuses on the role of the private sector in reducing gender inequalities in developing countries. Despite increased awareness since the adoption of the Beijing Declaration of 1995 and the progress made, women worldwide still face a multitude of inequalities, and at the current rate the gender gap would take around a hundred years to be completely closed.
Published on 28 Feb 2020
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Do telecoms really contribute to the economic development of developing countries? The question is not new. Even though 10 years ago, economists were thinking that only developed countries could benefit from mature telecommunications, the phenomenal success of mobiles has changed the deal. In November 2009, the number of GSM users reached 4 billion people in the World.
Published in October 2010