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2nd Biotrade Congress to focus on potential of biodiversity products for forest preservation
9 Dec 2013
Experts meeting in Geneva will discuss how the sale and trade of goods sustainably harvested from forests, if expanded, may preserve stands of timber as carbon "sinks" and thus mitigate climate change.
Capital account regulations and global economic governance
14 Nov 2013
UNCTAD's latest Policy Brief looks at how emerging economies have managed capital inflows in the post-crisis period and makes policy recommendations on trade rules and capital account regulation.
The key to development strategies is balance, panellists tell Trade and Development Board
18 Sep 2013
The benefits of expanding domestic economies and the benefits of healthy export flows should be pursued in tandem by developing countries, experts have recommended.
Debate: Harnessing science and technology to spur development
6 Jun 2013
Ministerial roundtable meetings have discussed how to use the information society and scientific and technological advances to speed economic progress in developing countries.
UNCTAD, jointly with Government of Kazakhstan and Eurasian Economic Club of Scientists, organizes event titled Fifty Years of Development: What Have We Learned?
30 May 2013
At the sixth Astana Economic Forum and first World Anti-Crisis Conference, held on 23-24 May 2013 in Astana, Kazakhstan, UNCTAD and the Government of Kazakhstan, through the Eurasian Economic Club of Scientists, co-organized a lunch event titled Fifty Years of Development: What Have We Learned.
UNCTAD Secretary-General attends World Anti-Crisis Conference in Astana, Kazakhstan
30 May 2013
In his address to the opening ceremony, Dr. Supachai Panitchpakdi, Secretary-General of UNCTAD, noted that policymakers were facing a dual challenge at this point in time: restoring the world economy to sustained growth, and preventing a recurrence of the financial crisis.
UNCTAD in joint work on traceability system for snake skins
12 Mar 2013
UNCTAD and the secretariat of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) have held a roundtable meeting, with relevant experts, to prepare a platform for an international traceability system for snake skins.
UNCTAD to lead post-2015 e-discussion on development-led globalization
24 Jan 2013
The United Nations is organizing a series of consultations on various themes to support governments to agree on a post-2015 development agenda for when the Millennium Development Goals expire. Growth and employment is one of these thematic areas.