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The World Bank Logistics Performance Index 2010 and Transformational Logistics

The World Bank LPI (Logistics Performance Index) 2010 has just been released. This snapshot of selected performance indicators in nearly 130 countries demonstrates clearly the correlation between logistics performance and sustainable economic growth. This year, the analysis of this bi-annual … Continue reading

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The World Bank, the Logistics Performance Index and the informal economy

We have touched on the MDGs and asked the question whether enough is done to integrate Logistics into the effort. The World Bank’s Logistics Performance Index has many of the answers and the LPI framework is a clear indication that improving … Continue reading

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On the outside looking in …

  Emile Zola’s novel Au Bonheur Des Dames (The Ladies Paradise) tells the tale of Denise Baudu, a simple girl from the Provinces who moves to late 19th century Paris in search of a better life. This intricate tale is … Continue reading

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