Bridging the Atlantic : Brazil and Sub-Saharan Africa, South–South Partnering for Growth

Research English OPEN
World Bank;
(2012)
  • Publisher: World Bank, Washington, DC
  • Subject: ACCESS TO EDUCATION | ACCESS TO INFORMATION | ACCESS TO RESOURCES | ACCOUNTABILITY | ACCOUNTING | AGRICULTURE | AID EFFECTIVENESS | BONDS | BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT | BUSINESS REGULATIONS | CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT | CAPITAL ACCUMULATION | CENTRAL BANKS | CLIMATE CHANGE | CLIMATIC CONDITIONS | COLLUSION | COLONIALISM | COMMODITIES | COMMODITY | COMMODITY PRICES | COMMON MARKET | COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY | CONNECTIVITY | CONSOLIDATION | CORRUPTION | CREDIT LINES | CUSTOMS UNION | DEMOCRACIES | DEMOGRAPHIC | DEMOGRAPHIC GROWTH | DEVELOPED COUNTRIES | DEVELOPING COUNTRIES | DEVELOPING COUNTRY | DEVELOPING ECONOMIES | DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE | DEVELOPMENT BANK | DEVELOPMENT BANKS | DEVELOPMENT PROCESSES | DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS | DIVISION OF LABOR | E-GOVERNMENT | ECONOMIC CRISIS | ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT | ECONOMIC DYNAMISM | ECONOMIC GROWTH | ECONOMIC PERFORMANCE | ECONOMIC POWER | ECONOMIC RELATIONS | ECONOMIC RESEARCH | ECONOMIC TRENDS | EMERGING ECONOMIES | EMERGING MARKETS | EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE | EMPLOYMENT | EMPLOYMENT POLICIES | ENTREPRENEURIAL DEVELOPMENT | ENTREPRENEURS | EXCLUSION | EXPENDITURE | EXPLOITATION | EXPORT EARNINGS | EXPORTS | FACILITATION | FINANCE CORPORATION | FINANCIAL AID | FINANCIAL CRISIS | FINANCIAL RESOURCES | FLOW OF CAPITAL | FOOD SHORTAGE | FORECASTS | FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT | FOREIGN INVESTMENT | FOREIGN TRADE | FUTURE GROWTH | FUTURE PROSPECTS | GDP | GDP PER CAPITA | GLOBAL ECONOMIC PROSPECTS | GLOBAL ECONOMY | GLOBAL INTEREST | GLOBAL MARKET | GLOBAL MARKETS | GOVERNANCE INDICATORS | GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT | GROWTH RATE | GROWTH RATES | GUARANTEE AGENCY | HOUSING | HUMAN RIGHTS | INCOME | INDUSTRIALIZATION | INEQUALITIES | INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY | INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT | INSTITUTIONAL CAPACITY | INSTITUTIONAL ENVIRONMENTS | INSTITUTIONAL REFORM | INSTITUTIONAL REFORMS | INTERNATIONAL CAPITAL | INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION | INTERNATIONAL ECONOMY | INTERNATIONAL FINANCE | INTERNATIONAL MARKET | INTERNATIONAL TRADE | INVESTMENT CLIMATE | JOB CREATION | JOINT VENTURE | LABOR MARKET | LAWS | LEGISLATION | LIMITED ACCESS | LIVING CONDITIONS | LOCAL INSTITUTIONS | MARKET DIVERSIFICATION | MARKET ECONOMIES | MARKET ECONOMY | MARKET SHARE | MERCHANT | MERCHANTS | METALS | MINES | MOBILE PHONES | MONOPOLY | MUTUALLY BENEFICIAL PARTNERSHIPS | NATIONAL INCOME | NATURAL RESOURCES | OIL | OUTPUTS | OUTREACH | PER CAPITA INCOME | POLICY MAKERS | POLITICAL SYSTEMS | PORTFOLIO | POWER PARITY | PRIVATE CONSUMPTION | PRIVATE INVESTMENT | PRIVATE SECTOR DEVELOPMENT | PRODUCTIVITY | PUBLIC INVESTMENT | PUBLIC POLICIES | PURCHASING POWER | PURCHASING POWER PARITY | RACIAL EQUALITY | RAPID GROWTH | REAL GDP | REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT BANKS | REGIONAL INTEGRATION | REGULATORY FRAMEWORKS | SCHOLARSHIP | SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT | SOCIAL INEQUALITY | SOCIAL PROTECTION | SOCIAL SERVICES | SOCIOECONOMIC BACKGROUNDS | TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE | TECHNICAL SUPPORT | TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGE | TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER | TELECOMMUNICATIONS | THIRD WORLD | TRADING SYSTEMS | TRANSPARENCY | TRANSPORT | URBAN DEVELOPMENT | WEALTH | WORLD ECONOMY | WORLD TRADE

Bridging the Atlantic is a descriptive study of Brazil's involvement with counterparts in Sub-Saharan Africa through knowledge exchange, trade, and investments. The objective of the study is to understand these... View more
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