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CONTENTS COMMENT 4-5


Is development progress possible in the face of COVID-19?


SPECIAL FEATURE 6-15


Jobs, economies and COVID-19 in the developing world 6-9


Introduction and context 10-11 DEVELOPMENT NEWS D 20-33 2


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20-23 COVID-19: a fast and flexible response


24-25 OPEC Fund co-financed project wins Prince Talal International Prize


26-27 Partnerships for the global goals 28


SMEs to drive economic diversification


29 Uzbekistan open to investment 30


Costa Rica: new opportunities in uncertain times


Development partnership drives ‘decent work’


32 Job creation in Colombia 33 Better roads for Belize


26-27 PHOTO: ILO; paul prescott/Shutterstock.com 10-11 12-13 14-15


Informal economy significantly impacted, says the ILO's Mito Tsukamoto


Urgent reconfiguration required, says the OECD's Mario Pezzini


Guyana: interrupted development. Interview with Finance Minister Winston Jordan


IN THE FIELD 16-19


16-17 Deep water development: Togo's port infrastructure project


18-19 Building up small business and self-employment in Egypt


PHOTO: Jen Watson/Shutterstock.com 3 SPOTLIGHT 34-37 MEETINGS


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OPEC 46


OPEC launches 2020 Annual Statistical Bulletin


April – July GOVERNING BOARD


The OPEC Fund approves US$243m in development financing


Development re-imagined: the Asian Development Bank’s Woochong Um shares his experiences of how development drives progress


PHOTO: ADB 34-37


2020/3


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