peace dividend


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peace dividend

additional money available to a government from cuts in defence expenditure because of the end of a period of hostilities
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We assure them that they will be among the first beneficiaries of the peace dividend.
We would work closely together to ensure that both countries benefit from the changes that are taking place in Sri Lanka and from the peace dividend.
A removal of the peace dividend would be a further blow to a generation that has sought a change for the better," he added
In other words, the peace dividend over 20 years would be approximately e1/420 bln.
A peace deal must deliver a peace dividend for people.
It will take a lot of time for the peace dividend to filter through the people.
KABUL (PAN): The Peace Dividend Trust (PDT) on Wednesday announced closing its Helmand project, Peace Dividend Marketplace, due to the completion of its funding agreement with the British Department for International Development (DFID).
C-JTSCC has also partnered with a Canada-based non-governmental organization called Peace Dividend Trust to post solicitations over $25,000 on its Peace Dividend Marketplace Afghanistan website (http://afghani-stan.
Of course, there would be other claimants for the $567 per capita peace dividend.
Uncertainty surrounding Khartoum's oil money transfers to the GoSS, negligence and corruption among the elites on both sides, and the lack of a peace dividend to offset environmental degradation in oil-bearing regions trace the multiplicity of the resource curse in Sudan.
It would also represent a critical peace dividend for the entire region," the UN SG said.
The winner will take the reins of an economy which has enjoyed a partial peace dividend, and is on the path to recovery with big Chinese and Indian investments into infrastructure.