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World Bank Database
Sunday - 5/2/2010, 11:47pm EDT
The move has required the cooperation of several governments and groups, reaching across the span of several cultures and languages. Some two-thousand indicators will become available that could be of help to researchers, journalists, nongovernmental organizations, entrepreneurs, and students.
Bank officials say the data is arranged in a variety of ways. Users can search by country name for information on health, education, environment, standard of living, cost of living and other indicators.
The website also comes with a variety of interfaces that allow a user to manipulate the data in a variety of ways.
The site is part of the World Bank's broader Access to Information policy set to be launched July first.