Debt and Development Finance
 
UNCTAD, through its Debt and Development Finance Branch (DDFB), works on analytical issues technical assistance, primarily in the areas of external and domestic debt.
 
UNCTAD began working on debt issues during the 1970s. As the debt situation of developing countries has evolved over the following three decades, DDFB has provided up-to-date analysis of the most important developments and emerging issues in international debt, and adapted its technical assistance to the changing needs of developing countries.
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 News

 
10 November 2017Tax avoidance threatens development agenda, meeting told
TDB 64th session
25 September 2017UNCTAD strengthens its cooperation with Vietnam in the area of debt and development finance strategies
26 October 2016Sovereign debt crises more likely, new mechanisms needed
Vulture funds
11 December 2015What to do about "vulture funds"? UNCTAD event highlights challenges ahead
10th Debt Conference
23 November 2015Ireland's President calls for reform of global debt architecture in light of new development agenda
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 Publications

 
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DMFAS - NEWSLETTER No. 13, Nov. 2001 (UNCTAD/GDS/DMFAS/Misc.24)
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 Events and Meetings

 
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