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The Petroleum Revenue Sharing Arrangement in South Sudan

South Sudan, a country endowed with petroleum and other natural resources, allocates 2% and 3% of the net petroleum revenues to producing states and communities, respectively. This revenue sharing arrangement is enshrined in the Transitional Const…

Policy to Support Digital Trade: Lessons from Two Emerging Economies

This briefing explores policy experiences in the digital economy and digitalisation through a detailed study of two selected countries, Brazil and Indonesia. This critical analysis provides insights into how policymakers can regulate and deal with…

Making Governance Work for Water–Energy–Food Nexus Approaches

The concept of the water–energy–food (WEF) nexus has become widely used to help understand interdependencies among the three systems, and how they can be managed sustainably to meet growing demand. The WEF nexus has especially been advocated to ad…

China-driven Rail Development: Lessons from Kenya and Indonesia

China’s considerable success in expanding its domestic railway network, especially its high-speed rail capacity, has drawn the attention of Global South governments. This, together with rail’s prominent place in the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) an…

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