Technology, Innovation and Trade Logistics
Science, Technology, Innovation and ICTs Trade Logistics Knowledge Development

The Division on Technology and Logistics (DTL) aims to enhance the economic development and competitiveness in developing countries - in particular Least Developed Countries - through efficient trade logistics services and transit transport systems; science, technology and innovation, including increased access to and sustainable use of information and communication technologies; and training and capacity-building programmes for local institutions.

The Division achieves this through analytical work, intergovernmental policy dialogue and the implementation of technical cooperation, training and capacity building programmes.

The Division consists of three Branches, hosts the United Nations Commission on Science and Technology for Development and carries out ASYCUDA, UNCTAD´s largest technical cooperation programme.

 

 

 News

 
United Nations
29 May 2014Science, technology and innovation central to economic development in the future, speakers tell UN Commission
11 May 2014UNCTAD certifies port managers in Senegal and assesses results of its Port Training Programme
06 May 2014Inclusive innovation critical for sharing benefits of growth and countering rising inequality, UNCTAD meeting told
29 April 2014UNCTAD and global postal services plan greater partnership in the area of e-commerce
23 April 2014Port managers upgrade skills they can pass on at home as part of ongoing UNCTAD training programme
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 Latest Publications

 
TRADE POINT REVIEW 1999-2000 (UNCTAD/SDTE/Misc.35)
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