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We need ‘economic development practitioners without borders’

Knowing how precarious our economic conditions will continue to be, we should be working as 'Economic Development Practitioners Without Borders', moving in to stabilise fragile economic regions. If this approach worked after World War II, why can't it work now? ...

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