Posted November 30, 2014 12:02:24 The World Bank released its World Development Report 2014 this week, and while there was a lot of news and analysis in there, the focus was largely on regionalism.

The report focuses on four key topics: the economy, governance, international institutions, and international trade.

Here are some key points to know about regionalism and the report: 1.

Regionalism is a major topic of the report.

The World Development Monitor is a research tool that examines the economic, social, and political developments of regions.

It takes a global view of economic, socio-political, and cultural development and analyzes its relevance to the global context.

This is important because the region is a global community and a region can play a key role in shaping its development.

The main aim of the Monitor is to provide policymakers, NGOs, and the international community with data to understand the regional economy and its implications for development.

In this case, it is crucial to know what regional economies are doing well, and what they are doing poorly.

The results of the World Development Monitoring Project are published annually.

The Monitor is also a key instrument to inform regional governments about the progress of their regions.


The Global Economic and Social Trends (GES) Index is an indicator that measures economic, financial, and social developments in the global economy.

GES stands for the Global Economic System, and it measures economic development in all the regions.

The GES index measures economic growth in five major categories: GDP per capita, GDP per head, GDP in goods, GDP as a share of GDP, GDP growth, and GDP per person.


The “Regional Development” category is a key indicator of economic development.

This measure measures the growth in the level of government services, education, infrastructure, and other social services.

It also includes information on the level and scope of regional development.


The region of origin is a crucial factor for economic development and development policy.

The regions of origin include the major economies in the region, as well as smaller economies such as the Côte d’Ivoire and the Sahel.

In addition to the main countries, such as China, Russia, India, and Brazil, there are also regional sub-regions such as South-East Asia, Central Asia, and South-West Asia.


The International Organizations Database (IOOD) is a comprehensive database of the development organizations in the world.

It is based on the UN World Economic and Financial Surveys, which assess global economic development indicators and their implications for the regional and global economies.

The database includes information from organizations in more than 60 countries, and more than 4,000 organizations.

The IOD database covers an average of over 4,400 organizations from more than 40 countries.

The index shows that in the year 2013, the IOD has the highest value for each region.


The regional economic development indicator (REI) measures the level, scope, and intensity of regional economic activity in the international economy.

This indicator is based only on the economic activity of regions, and therefore is subject to regional variations.

The REI is the value of GDP in services, GDP of goods, and exports, as a percentage of GDP.

The importance of REI as a global indicator of regionalization is that it helps provide the global economic community with more data to analyze regional development in the context of the global system.


The Regional Development Indicator is the index of economic growth, which is a benchmark for measuring the impact of a region’s economy on the global economies and societies.

It measures the economic impact of the region on the overall level of global GDP.


The Economic and Fiscal Indicators (EFFI) index the level by which the overall economic and fiscal performance of the country is measured.

It provides the level on which to measure the impact that the region’s economic and financial system has on the international and regional economies.


The Gender Gap indicator measures the extent to which women are participating in the labour market.

It compares the level for the gender of the working population in each of the participating countries, as recorded by the Census Bureau.

The Index for Gender Equality in Employment and Earnings, which measures the proportion of women in the workforce, shows that there are disparities in the employment rate between countries and regions.


The Development Indices is a measure of the performance of development agencies.

The indicators are derived from a variety of sources, including surveys, data, and information collected by development agencies and NGOs.

They provide information on development performance and its impact on the economy and society.


The Annual Development Report (ADR) is the annual report of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the World Bank, the World Trade Organization (WTO), and other international organizations.

It contains data and analyses on