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At 50 years UNCTAD struggles to stay relevant

UNCTAD has been essential to setting the economic agenda of developing countries for much of the past half century. Yet, in the face of globalization and difficulties in consensus-building, it fights to stay relevant. 908 more words

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UNCTAD and International Trade Centre forge deal to assist LDCs attain Trade Facilitation compliance

The United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) and the International Trade Centre (ITC) have joined forces to assist developing countries in the implementation of the recent WTO Trade Facilitation Agreement reached in Bali, Indonesia. 476 more words

Trade Facilitation

More Trade News in Brief Week 7 (10 – 16 February 2014)

 
* First EU Anti-Corruption Report
 
The European Commission published the first ever EU Anti-Corruption Report. The EU Anti-Corruption Report covers all 28 EU Member States. 107 more words
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