Welfare Gains From Freer Trade Among Africa

OPINON Once known as the “Safe Haven” of Western Africa, because of its long-standing political stability and economic success, Côte d’Ivoire plunged in a decade-long vicious circle of political violence after a coup d’état in December 1999. The level and scope of violence reached its peak in September 2002 when a coalition of three rebel […]

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Gates Foundation Commits More than $500 Million to Tackle The Burden of Infectious Disease in Developing Countries

In an address to American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, Bill Gates says that the Ebola epidemic underscores the urgent need for R&D to stay ahead of emerging disease threats, and declares that new drugs, diagnostics, and vaccines can eradicate malaria by the middle of the 21st Century. Calling the Ebola epidemic a “critical […]

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