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In the previous decade from 1990-2000, the average growth rate for merchandise exports was 6.4%, slightly higher than the current decade. From 1990-2000, the growth in world GDP was 2.5%. The average GDP growth rate from 1995-2005 was 3%. Its lowest growth rates during this period were in 2001 and 2002, dipping just below 2%. 3 The current decade showed an overall growth rate of .5%. The slow-down in the world economy led to the fall in world merchandise trade for 2005, with an annual growth of 6%. This was considerably less than 2004, when the growth rate for world merchandise exports reached over 9%. However, world ...
for Green Industries, Director General of the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) Dr Kandeh K Yumkella today assured Bangladesh of providing technological support to supplement its efforts in greening of industries. “As Bangladesh embarks on its green industry development path, access to best available technologies is essential. UNIDO’s green industry initiative can support to that end,” said Dr Kandeh while speaking a seminar at a city hotel. Industries Minister Dilip Barua spoke as the chief guest at the seminar on ‘Application of Green ... Read More
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