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Developing truths

Via the Global Growth blog comes news of the recently (June of this year) launched Private Sector Development blog.

Says the Global Growth blog:

Its great to see that market approaches to development thinking are gaining traction, yet more evidence that a new paradigm is forming.

Indeed.

Although, I have already spotted one error in this new blog. In his June 29th posting, Pablo Halkyard says that Bill Nighy played the Chancellor of the Exchequer in The Girl in the Café (my opinion of The Girl in the Café is to be found here). No. Nighy played a mere civil servant. The Chancellor was played by the appropriately Scottish Ken Stott.

This is a small error. That the private sector is the way to go for enriching countries that are now poor is a great truth.

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