WBGWorld Bank Group
WBGWide Bandgap
WBGWilly-Brandt-Gymnasium (Oer-Erkenschwick, Germany)
WBGWilhelmina Barns-Graham (British artist)
WBGWales Biodiversity Group
WBGWorld Brotherhood of Gamers (gaming clan)
WBGWide-Band Gaussian
WBGWe Blow Guys (gaming clan)
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The study is one element of this broader WBG RBCF work program
Projects that advance innovative WBG semiconductor devices from design through qualification and accelerate the pathway for devices to reach volume manufacturing.
Considered the original institution of the World Bank, IBRD works closely with the rest of WBG to assist developing countries in reducing poverty, enhancing economic growth, and achieving prosperity.
During his participation in the annual meetings, Al Tayer will meet Christine Lagarde, MD of the IMF and Dr Jim Yong Kim, president of WBG, along with the executive directors of the Arab Group at the IMF and the WGB, and the finance ministers participating in these meetings.
Mohammed Khalfan Al Hameli, chairman, WBG, said: "Our organisation is rapidly expanding and evolving its service offering.
The new strategy's focus is on development in Egypt, consistent with the regional strategy of the WBG in the Middle East and North Africa.
Israel has and continues to deliberately fragment the WBG into "Bantustans" through its system of Israeli-only bypass roads connecting Israeli settlements directly to Israeli cities and towns within the Green Line, the construction of the Separation Wall, checkpoints and roadblocks, and the remorseless siege on Gaza.
Wide band gap (WBG) materials, such as silicon carbide (SiC), will be critical in replacing current generation silicon-based power electronics as WBG materials have higher thermal conductivities, wider band gaps, and higher breakdown electric fields.
IN JULY 2011, GHANA achieved the WBG per capita income threshold for classification as a Lower Middle Income Country (LM1C).
Sustained declines in prices are welcome--we have a lot to be pleased about," said Ana Revenga, Acting Vice President for the Poverty Reduction and Economic Management Network at WBG.
During the 17th IRF's world meeting keynote address in Riyadh, Inger Andersen, World Bank Group (WBG) vice-president Middle East and North Africa, said: "The WBG is now unified behind the clear mission of ending extreme poverty by 2030 while at the same time boosting the income of the bottom 40 percent in every country.