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3rd Trade Policy Dialogue: Elements of a policy mix for trade-led recovery: Services, creative economy, and making the best of trade agreements


3rd Trade Policy Dialogue: Elements of a policy mix for trade-led recovery: Services, creative economy, and making the best of trade agreements
16 novembre 2020
11:00 - 12:00 hrs.

UNCTAD’s Trade Policy Dialogue, launched in September 2020, seeks to reinforce UNCTAD’s engagement with member States by providing a forum for informal, candid and focused discussion on topical issues in international trade policy from a development perspective.

 

Elements of a policy mix for trade-led recovery: Services, creative economy, and
making the best of trade agreements

 

This session will invite the member States of G77 and China to discuss major elements of a policy mix that would be required for their dynamic and inclusive economic recovery in the post-COVID-19 new normal and exchange views on the possible contributions of UNCTAD to those efforts. 

The discussion is expected to help the secretariat to better appreciate key trade policy concerns of G77 and China, and conduct internal reflections to improve its work, including in the light of UNCTAD 15.

Organized by the Division on International Trade and Commodities (DITC) in cooperation with the Group of 77 & China.

Programme

  1. Opening remarks by Martha Lungu Mwitumwa (Zambia), Chair, Group of 77 and China
  2. Introduction and presentations
  • Elements of a policy mix for trade-led recovery by Miho Shirotori, Head, Trade Negotiations and Commercial Diplomacy Branch (TNCDB)
    • Services as catalyst for structural transformation and diversification by Dong Wu, Chief, Trade in Services and Development Section
    • Creative economy for inclusive and dynamic societies by Marisa Henderson, Chief, Creative Economy and Development Section
    • Trade policy for making the most of international trade frameworks and processes by Taisuke Ito, International Trading System and Agreements Section
  1. Interactive discussion
  2. Way forward

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