Namibian competition law enforcement was assessed during the dissemination event for the Voluntary Peer Review of Competition Law and Policy in Namibia that was organized by UNCTAD in collaboration with the Namibia Competition Commission.
The vital links between competition law enforcement and regulation were highlighted during a workshop for sectorial regulators organized by UNCTAD and the National Competition Agency of Nicaragua on 19 February 2015.
At a recent workshop, stakeholders from Ecuador's fisheries sector discussed a review of the export policy for green products of Ecuador, commissioned by UNCTAD, and a draft National Action Plan for the fisheries sector.
Member States, international organizations and financial institutions recently took part in the first working session of the United Nations Ad Hoc Committee on sovereign debt restructuring processes, organized by UNCTAD in New York.
UNCTAD and the Eastern and Southern African Management Institute (ESAMI) signed a Memorandum of Understanding to jointly develop capacity building activities on issues related to trade, investment, environment, gender and development for the benefits of developing countries in Africa.
In 2014, countries concluded one international investment agreement every other week. Investors continue to use investor-State dispute settlement, but the number of new cases does not reach the record high of previous years.
United Nations Conference on Trade and Development
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