China and India: What’s In It for Africa? 16-17 March 2006

Thursday, 16 March 2006, OECD clar… i molts més informes interessants per allà…

Introductory Briefing Session

Richard Herd, OECD/ECO
OECD China Survey: Salient Facts on Growth [ppt 262 kb]

Saumitra Chaudhuri, Economic Advisory Council to the Prime Minister of India
India’s Growth Prospects [pdf 912 kb]

Jeff Brown, Oil Industry & Markets Division, International Energy Agency
The Continued Rise of China and India: Possible Implications for Global Oil Markets [ppt 412 kb]

Tilman Altenburg, German Development Institute, Bonn
China and India: Technological upgrading patterns and their implications for other developing countries [ppt 129kb]

Asian Drivers and Poor Countries: The Research Agenda

Tilman Altenburg, German Development Institute, Bonn
Asian Drivers and Anchor Countries: The Research Agenda [ppt 114 kb]

Javier Santiso, OECD/DEV
Asian Drivers and Poor Countries: A policy research agenda [ppt 728 kb]

Jörg Mayer, UNCTAD
Asian Drivers and Poor Countries: The Research Agenda [ppt 481 kb]

Impact on Africa
Andrea Goldstein, Nicolas Pinaud, Helmut Reisen, and Michael-Xiaobao Chen OECD/DEV
Impact on Africa [ppt 882]

Friday, 17 March 2006

Asian Drivers’ Impact: Experiences in Asia and Latin America

S.R. Rao, Chief General Manager, Export-Import Bank of India
Exim Bank: Partner in Africa’s Development [pdf]

John Weiss, ADB Institute, Tokyo
China and its neighbors: evolving patterns of trade and investment [pdf]

Jorge Blázquez-Lidoy, Office of the Prime Minister of Spain
China: An economic panacea for Latin America? [pdf]

Helmut Reisen
Meeting Synthesis (upcoming)

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2 responses to “China and India: What’s In It for Africa? 16-17 March 2006

  1. Ostres, moltes gràcies!

    M’anirà molt bé, ja que vull fer una comparativa Xina-India, i tota la informació disponible és benvinguda per dissenyar els continguts de la millor manera. Ja sabeu…

    Merci!!!!!!

  2. Comparativa Xina India… tio… doncs ara et passo algo d’estranquis…

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