Trade and Development Report Series
Trade and Development Report 2019The Trade and Development Report (TDR), launched in 1981, is issued every year for the annual session of the Trade and Development Board.
The Report analyses current economic trends and major policy issues of international concern, and makes suggestions for addressing these issues at various levels.
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 Fair trade enterprises spread benefits through value chains
Governments urged to promote businesses that practice fair trade to help tackle inequality, end poverty and save our planet.
 To salvage multilateralism we need a Global Green New Deal
Written by:
Richard Kozul-Wright, Director of the Division on Globalization and Development Strategies (UNCTAD)
 'Til debt do us part

UNCTAD's Trade and Development Report 2019 calls for urgent action on debt relief, concessional lending and improved sovereign debt restructuring mechanisms.
 Slowing global economy reveals debt distress as biggest threat to international stability
UNCTAD's Trade and Development Report 2019 looks at the trends and challenges in the global economy, including: trade tensions, currency movements, corporate debt, a no-deal Brexit, inverted yield curves and negative interest rates.
 UN calls for bold action to finance a global green new deal and meet the SDGs
UNCTAD's Trade and Development Report 2019 recasts the Depression era's signature policy on a global scale - a Global Green New Deal - as the right policy framework to make a clean break with years of austerity and insecurity. It would help bring about a more equal distribution of income and reverse decades of environmental degradation.
 Forget securitization, backing public banks is best for sustainable development
UNCTAD's Trade and Development Report 2019 maintains that it is public banking that does the heavy lifting and hence public banking should be better supported for the future.
 Managing capital could provide a US$680bn annual windfall for financing 2030 agenda
UNCTAD's Trade and Development Report 2019 makes proposals on how to regulate private capital and channel it into long-term productive investment with social and developmental public priorities. It estimates that implementing these proposals would improve resource availability in developing countries by roughly $510 billion to $680 billion a year.



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