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Check out the new World Bank Data site at http://beta.data.worldbank.org - we'd love your feedback. The new beta.data.worldbank.org The Bank has been providing free, open access to its development data since the launch of the Open Data Initiative in 2010. Initially, we focused on the popular World Development Indicators data set, but we’ve added lots of datasets since then. But, apart from some changes to make some of the new datasets accessible, the website itself has stayed pretty much…

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