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2014-05-13 12:30:02

CAMBRIDGE, Mass., May 13, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The fast-growing cities of the developing world would benefit from a major overhaul in governance structure, to improve the financing and delivery of essential services, according to a report published by the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy. Governing and Financing Cities in the Developing World, by Roy W. Bahl and Johannes F. Linn, examines more than 50 cities in the developing world in the midst of the rapid urbanization that has...

2013-07-31 23:04:22

Section 3(a)(10) Fairness Hearing procedure pioneered and developed by Ironridge Global to finance micro-cap publicly-traded companies San Francisco (PRWEB) July 31, 2013 Ironridge Global Partners, LLC, an institutional investor making direct equity investments in micro-cap public companies, announced it has closed fifty LIFE™ (Liability For Equity) transactions in three years. This innovative financing structure pioneered and developed by Ironridge Global utilizes a Section 3(a)(10)...

2013-05-17 23:15:34

A new 5-year guarantee through Pledge Guarantee for Health (PGH) has the potential to unlock immense private sector financing, accelerating efforts to achieve MDGs. New York, NY (PRWEB) May 17, 2013 Today, leading global health and development experts from the public and private sectors are joining forces at the 2013 GBCHealth Conference to announce a new partnership that will leverage private sector funding to speed up delivery and access to life-saving health supplies such as...


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