TEMPO Interactive, LONDON:The World Bank has estimated that six countries - China, India, Brazil, South Korea, Russia and Indonesia - will contribute to more than half of global economic growth this year. “Therefore, knowledge transfer won’t only be from advanced countries to developing or poor countries, but between developing and poor countries,” said the World Bank’s executive director Sri Mulyani Indrawati, when giving a public lecture at the London School of Economics (LSE). The lecture titled "Crises and Revolutions: The Reshaping of International Development" was organized by the Department of International Development at LSE, hosted by one of the world’s leading political economy experts, Prof. Robert Wade. VISHNU JUWONO (London)

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