The report of the Trade Policy Framework for Jamaica is the result of a two-year project involving UNCTAD research and technical support and collaboration and consultations with several Governmental entities.
In its latest Policy Brief, UNCTAD lays out four elements of a more ambitious and flexible policy approach required for developing countries to spur growth and attain the goals of a post-2015 development agenda.
UNCTAD hosted a meeting in Geneva to debate proposed revisions to the United Nations Guidelines for Consumer Protection. The revisions aim to ensure the guidelines remain relevant to the evolving challenges faced by consumers, especially in the areas of e-Commerce and financial services.
According to preliminary estimates by UNCTAD and WTO, in the third quarter of 2014, world exports of services grew by 4.7% compared with the same quarter of the previous year (balance-of-payments basis, current prices).
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