Trade Negotiations and Commercial Diplomacy

Making trade and trade negotiations work for developing countries and countries with economies in transition

The Trade Negotiations and Commercial Diplomacy Branch (TNCDB) contributes to maximizing the trade and development prospects of developing countries and economies in transition, assisting them in their beneficial integration into the globalizing and liberalizing world economy and the international trading system, and effectively implementing the Millennium Declaration commitment "to an open, equitable, rule-based, predictable, and non-discriminatory multilateral trading and financial system".

The work of the Trade Negotiations and Commercial Diplomacy Branch aims to strengthen human, institutional and policy-making capacities by formulating and implementing national trade policy frameworks conducive to economic, human and social development and poverty alleviation, as well as in participating effectively in multilateral, regional and subregional trade negotiations.

Trade Negotiations and Commercial Diplomacy  
 

 News

 
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10 September 2015Dominican Republic prepares Trade Policy Framework with UNCTAD assistance
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03 September 2015More than 50 African trade-in-services negotiators and officials trained under UNCTAD partnership with the African Union Commission
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26 August 2015Training of African Union Services Trade Negotiators kicks off in Nairobi
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18 June 2015Namibia, with support from UNCTAD, takes steps to improve its trade policy framework
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10 June 2015Tunisia studies possible participation in the World Trade Organization's Information Technology Agreement
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 Publications

 
Services, Trade and Development (UNCTAD/DITC/TNCD/2010/5)
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 Events and Meetings

 

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