The Trade and Development Board meets in Geneva in a regular session, usually towards the end of the year, and up to three times a year in executive sessions to deal with urgent policy issues, as well as management and institutional matters.
The regular session usually includes the following items:
- A high-level segment to deal with a substantive policy item.
- Interdependence and global economic issues from a trade and development perspective,
- Pogress in implementation of the Programme of Action for the LDCs
- Progress in the United Nations New Agenda for the Development of Africa
|The reports of meetings of the Trade and Development Board, including any outcomes and conclusions go to the United Nations General Assembly and contribute to the work of the Second Committee on Economic and Financial Issues.|