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Islamic Development Bank to support National Green Export Review project in Senegal
15 Nov 2016
UNCTAD and the Islamic Development Bank (IsDB) organized a UNFCCC COP22 side-event on "Supporting green sectors in Islamic countries: National Green Export Reviews", wherein they announced their collaboration in launching a National Green Export Review for Senegal in 2017.
Trade Directors and experts on trade policy formulation meet at UNCTAD 14
5 Aug 2016
In Nairobi, senior trade officials and experts shared their experience and lessons learnt in national trade policy formulation and implementation supported by UNCTAD's trade policy frameworks
Zambia upgrades its trade policy
21 Jun 2016
At the request of the Government of Zambia, UNCTAD provided assistance in the review and reformulation of its trade policy framework. The final report has now been published.
New Trade Policy Framework for Botswana
4 Apr 2016
UNCTAD has been assisting Botswana to formulate a national trade policy framework, in order to make full use of the transformative power of trade for development. The document was adopted by the Government and stakeholders at a workshop in Gaborone on 16 February 2016.
Ecuadorian officials trained on green industrial policy measures
24 Feb 2016
Ecuador's Ministry of Foreign Trade and UNCTAD held a seminar for government officials to examine policy tools they could use to encourage businesses to adopt production processes that are more respectful of the environment, while at the same time respecting the country's multilateral trade agreements.
Advanced Biofuels Set to Play Key Role in Developing Countries
23 Feb 2016
Advanced biofuels made from non-food biomass, also known second-generation biofuels, have become a commercial reality, a new UNCTAD report concludes.
Greening Ecuador's exports of cacao-chocolate and fishery products: no easy task
10 Feb 2016
Last year, Ecuador set out to make the cocoa-chocolate and fisheries sectors more environmentally and socially responsible-and more productive. Last week, the Ministry of Foreign Trade and UNCTAD met with government agencies, businesses and potential donors to assess progress.