Globalization, Interdependence and Development

Through its programme on Globalization and Development Strategies, UNCTAD contributes to the international debate on globalization and the management of its consequences for developing countries.

The programme promotes policies at the national, regional and international level that are conducive to stable economic growth and sustainable development. It regularly examines the trends and prospects in the world economy, undertakes studies on the requirements for successful development strategies and on the debt problems of developing countries.

It also provides technical support to developing countries in their efforts to integrate into the international financial system and to manage their external debt.



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23 January 2017UNCTAD and OECD begin joint work on Chile's economic transformation
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21 September 2016Global economy needs policy overhaul to move beyond sixth straight year of sluggish growth
19 September 2016US imports from China drop sharply, set to hit emerging market exporters
15 September 2016UNCTAD warns on limits of monetary policy, calls for stronger focus on fiscal policy
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06 September 2016The staggering economic cost of occupation: The Palestinian economy would be at least twice as large without Israeli occupation, UNCTAD report says
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DMFAS Programme Annual Report 2017 (UNCTAD/GDS/DMFAS/2018/1)
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