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At Manila workshop, stakeholders ask how poor countries in Asia and the Pacific can put into place development-oriented trade policies
12 Oct 2015
UNCTAD and the Asian Development Bank held a workshop on integrating trade into national development strategies in Asia and the Pacific in Manila, the Philippines, from 1–2 October 2015
Algeria prepares Trade Policy Framework with UNCTAD assistance
28 Sep 2015
Twenty representatives of the government, the private sector and academia in Algeria gathered at a consultative workshop organized by UNCTAD and the Algerian government in the capital Algiers on 16–17 September to form a new Trade Policy Framework for the country.
Dominican Republic prepares Trade Policy Framework with UNCTAD assistance
10 Sep 2015
As part of a broader project to assist the Dominican Republic to formulate its trade strategy for 2016-2020, UNCTAD is assisting the Government in the preparation of a comprehensive trade policy framework.
5 Ways to Make the Taxation of Multinationals Fairer
7 Jul 2015
Written by Mukhisa Kituyi, Secretary-General of UNCTAD
Namibia, with support from UNCTAD, takes steps to improve its trade policy framework
18 Jun 2015
Overdependence on the exports of minerals has prompted Namibia to rethink its growth and export strategy, and a new approach was explored during an UNCTAD-backed workshop in Windhoek, Namibia on 28-29 April 2015.
Tunisia studies possible participation in the World Trade Organization's Information Technology Agreement
10 Jun 2015
At the request of the Government of Tunisia, UNCTAD has studied the pros and cons of the country becoming party to the Information Technology Agreement of the World Trade Organization (WTO).
Cambodia seeks new trade policy on market access
18 May 2015
The government of Cambodia has asked UNCTAD to help guide it through the changing landscape of trade agreements by consulting on a new trade policy on market access.
Zambia validates updated trade policies with help from UNCTAD
8 May 2015
Zambia's trade is dominated by the export of a primary commodity - copper - so the Government is looking at ways to diversify sources of revenue, add value to exports and build a resilient economy for its citizens.
Mali validates updated Diagnostic Trade Integration Study
8 May 2015
In Bamako, Mali, representatives from the government, the private sector, international organizations, academia and the civil society validated an UNCTAD-led update of the country's Diagnostic Trade Integration Study (DTIS) during a two-day workshop on 2-3 April 2015.