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4 April 2003

Central African Republic

Author: World Bank

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4 April 2003

Country profile: Central African Republic

Author: Eldis: the gateway to development information, Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex

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30 October 2002

Diamonds fuel CAR [Central African Republic] conflicts

Author: Keith Somerville, BBC News

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5 September 2002

FORESTS: World Bank Launches Partnership To Protect Africa's Congo Basin

Author: UN Wire

...The bank warned that the world's second largest primary rainforest...is put under pressure by logging, agriculture, population growth and the oil and mining industries...The donated funds will support activities in Cameroon, the Central African...

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3 April 2002

Bleak future for world's forests

Author: BBC News

Large expanses of the world's forests are in rapid decline and could be lost much sooner than expected, a new report by an environmental research group says...The WRI [World Resources Institute] report is based on a two-year survey that covered North...

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29 January 2002

ENVIRONMENT: IMF Scored on Deforestation

Author: Danielle Knight, Inter Press Service

International Monetary Fund (IMF) loans and policies have led to a dramatic increase in deforestation in biologically rich nations in Africa, Asia, and Latin America, according to a new analysis. [says IMF continues to fuel logging in endangered...

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