** See this movie now on Amazon Prime @ https://www.amazon.com/FREEDOM-DEAL-Vietnam-Historical-Drama/dp/B01B6O1ZFC ** "Indie Filmmaking in the Developing World: FREEDOM DEAL" - this ebook examines the challenges of financing, producing, and developing a feature film project in a less developed country environment. Here, the SE Asian dramatic feature FREEDOM DEAL (http://www.freedomdealmovie.com), being produced to shoot in Cambodia, is discussed and examined from the producer's point of view - including limitations, challenges, and opportunities presented by the lack of infrastructure and developed film culture and industry. A Camerado publication (www.camerado.com) / (c) J Rosette / Camerado
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Developing countries have much greater leverage in the Doha Round negotiations, due at least in part to their large and growing share of world trade. Nonetheless, it remains to be seen whether this influence will be translated into a final agreement that is truly more development-friendly. This volume takes up select issues of importance to developing countries, including the implications of the concept of the "multifunctionality" of agriculture, the impact on market access of sanitary and phytosanitary regulations, the role of special and differential treatment for developing countries in the negotiations, and what lessons can be learned from previous trade reform experiences.
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Urbanization and growing wealth in developing countries portend a large increase of demand for modern energy services in residential, commercial and public-service buildings in the coming decades. Pursuing energy efficiency in buildings is vital to energy security in developing countries and is identified by the Intergovernment Panel on Climate Change as having the greatest potential for cost-effective reduction of CO2 emissions by 2030 among all energy-consuming sectors.
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The 2008 financial crisis has raised a number of questions about the best strategy for achieving sustained growth and poverty reduction in developing countries, foremost among them whether the failure of the financial system also signifies the broader failure of market-oriented capitalist systems. The Growth Commission looks at this issue in its new report - Post-Crisis Growth in Developing Countries. It believes that the crisis was not a failure of market-oriented systems and that an outward-looking strategy, as suggested in the original Growth Report (published in May 2008), remains broadly valid.
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This report is intended as a resource for policy makers in developing countries to make informed policy decisions about the whether,when and how of FITs and to support nationally appropriate policy measures to scale up renewable energy. The report is also intended to improve the understanding of the potential benefits and challenges for developing countries to design FITs as well as the factors influencing their success, more in depth from the policy and legal foci, whilst also analysing the funding and capacity implications. Throughout the report, FITs are construed as interacting with national energy and non-energy policies in a dynamic manner.
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There is growing concern about the possible use of toxic industrial chemicals or other hazardous chemicals by those seeking to perpetrate acts of terrorism. The U.S. Chemical Security Engagement Program (CSP), funded by the U.S. Department of State and run by Sandia National Laboratories, seeks to develop and facilitate cooperative international activities that promote best practices in chemical security and safe management of toxic chemicals developing countries.
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Food price instability has dramatic consequences in developing countries where it hits consumers hard and causes food insecurity.The risk it entails for producers is so great that it discourages them from investing. It therefore obstructs green revolutions, and thereby blocks the road to economic development. In certain cases, price instability also generates political instability and macroeconomic imbalances. Based on a comprehensive review of the theoretical and empirical literature, this book identifies and analyzes four “pure” strategies that can be employed to manage food price instability. This book is intended for policy-makers, researchers, teachers, students, and all those interested in price instability, food security and the agricultural development of Africa, Asia and Latin America.
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The emergence of new climate leaders warrants a study of the trends in their domestic policies and policymaking. This report evaluates the approaches of four significant developing and emerging economies to climate change governance, describing both the evolution of institution building and policymaking processes, and analysing the political and economic drivers of change
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Private Sector & Development, Proparco's magazine 7 Private Sector & Development (PS&D) is a unique quarterly publication that provides analysis and insights into the mechanisms through which the private sector can contribute to the development of countries in the Southern hemisphere. How tourism in developing countries is considered by States, donors, commercial banks and private investors? Can it truly benefit developing countries by boosting growth and reducing poverty? What are the positive and negative impacts of tourism projects? Do they depend on the type and size of project? What motivates private investments in tourism and what risks do they face in developing countries? Is tourism a catalyst of investments? This issue compares experts’ views on these questions.
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