Trade Negotiations and Commercial Diplomacy

UNCTAD's work on trade negotiations and commercial diplomacy enhances policy, productive, institutional, regulatory and human capacities in developing countries to enable them to trade and participate beneficially in the international trading system. To achieve this, it offers analysis, builds capacity and promotes consensus and partnerships on:

Tradeing System

INTERNATIONAL TRADING SYSTEM AND TRADE NEGOTIATIONS

Multilateral trading system | Regional trade agreements | Accession to WTO | Dispute settlement
Services

SERVICES, TRADE AND DEVELOPMENT

Infrastructure services | Services negotiations | Services policy reform | Servicification | Global Services Forum
Trade Policy

TRADE POLICY FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

Trade policy reform and the SDGs | Trade Policy Framework Reviews | Support for WTO Accession
Market Access

PREFERENTIAL MARKET ACCESS, GSP and GSTP

Generalised Scheme of Preference | Certificate of origin (Form A) | Global System of Trade Preferences among Developing Countries (GSTP)
Employment

TRADE, EMPLOYMENT AND DEVELOPMENT

Global value chains | Services and jobs | Trade agreements and jobs
Migration

TRADE, MIGRATION AND DEVELOPMENT

Temporary movement of natural persons (Mode 4) | Financial inclusion and remittance | Global Migration Group
 
 

 News

 
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10 June 2015Tunisia studies possible participation in the World Trade Organization's Information Technology Agreement
09 June 2015'Servicification' of international trade takes centre stage at UNCTAD expert meeting
AU Trade Experts
19 May 2015African Continental Free Trade Area discussed and UNCTAD's suggestions presented
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08 May 2015Zambia validates updated trade policies with help from UNCTAD
11 February 2015Trade Policy Framework for Jamaica: UNCTAD supports Jamaica in improving trade performance and mainstream trade in its development strategy
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 Publications

 
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 Events and Meetings

 
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