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Economic and social developments in Yemen No. (43) May 2019 issued by Sana'a - Ministry of Planning and International Cooperation - Economic Studies and Prospects Sector

  • Jul 25, 2019

Economic and social developments in Yemen No. (42) April 2019 issued by Sana'a - Ministry of Planning and International Cooperation - Economic Studies and Prospects Sector

  • Jun 19, 2019

For much of human history, most individuals have lacked economic freedom and opportunity, condemning them to poverty and deprivation.

Today, we live in the most prosperous time in human history. Poverty, sicknesses, and ignorance are receding throughout the world, due in large part to the advance of economic freedom. In 2019, the principles of economic freedom that have fueled this monumental progress are once again measured in the Index of Economic Freedom, an annual guide published by The Heritage Foundation, Washington's No. 1 think tank.

For twenty-five years the Index has delivered thoughtful analysis in a clear, friendly, and straight-forward format. With new resources for users and a website tailored for research and education, the Index of Economic Freedom is poised to help readers track over two decades of the advancement in economic freedom, prosperity, and opportunity and promote these ideas in their homes, schools, and communities. 

Source: heritage

  • Jun 25, 2019

Yemen is currently going through severe internal and external conflicts, where the economy is collapsing and the infrastructure has been destroyed. Basic services have been deteriorating as the institutions that provide them are hard hit due to the war and the economic decline. Despite continuous peace talks between rivalry parties, security and political considerations remain among the key constraints. Consequently, the labor market is badly effected including decent work principles (ILO, 1999). Challenges facing the labor market require urgent and integrated interventions in the short and long run.

  • Jun 19, 2017
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