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Des institutions multilatérales... pour quoi faire et pour quels résultats ?
20 Dec 2017
Écrit parIsabelle Durant, Secrétaire générale adjointe de la CNUCED
Tax avoidance threatens development agenda, meeting told
10 Nov 2017
Tax avoidance like that highlighted by the Paradise Papers is among the threats to the economic and social aspirations of the international community – embodied in the Sustainable Development Goals – since tax not paid denies an important stream of financing, experts meeting with United Nations member States in Geneva this week said.
The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development raised the bar - Business as usual is not an option
30 Oct 2017
Two years into the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals, legitimate concerns remain as to whether trade will play its meaningful role in delivering prosperity for all. The global economy may well be picking up, but it is not yet taking off. Export performance remains unprecedentedly weak, global demand limited, and job creation insufficient.
Shipping industry still weighed down by overcapacity
25 Oct 2017
Global demand for maritime shipping picked up last year, but the pace was still below the historical 3 per cent average and continued to lag behind supply, keeping freight rates and earnings low in most segments, a new UNCTAD report says.
Consolidation in liner shipping – time flies
27 Sep 2017
Written by Jan Hoffmann of UNCTADArticle No. 10 [UNCTAD Transport and Trade Facilitation Newsletter N°76 - Fourth Quarter 2017]
Austerity doesn’t work: a new way forward needed
18 Sep 2017
The shortcomings of austerity measures were laid bare today at an UNCTAD meeting, pressing home the message of the organization’s new Trade and Development Report.
Facing the challenges to multilateralism
14 Sep 2017
The 64th session of UNCTAD's Trade and Development Board is underway, and Secretary-General Mukhisa Kituyi has used the occasion to spotlight how the organization and its members are facing up to the challenging global environment.
United Nations urges end to austerity, calls for ambition to rebalance global economy and achieve prosperity for all
14 Sep 2017
The global economy appears stuck on its path to recovery. A new UNCTAD report, the Trade and Development Report 2017: Beyond Austerity - Towards a Global New Deal, sets out an ambitious alternative policy route to build more inclusive and caring economies.
Viet Nam strengthens its partnership with UNCTAD on sustainable use of biodiversity, access and benefit sharing and BioTrade
8 Sep 2017
The Viet Nam Biodiversity Conservation Agency, focal point for the implementation of the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) and the Nagoya Protocol on Access and Benefit Sharing (ABS) approved a decree on the Management of Access to Genetic Resources and Benefit Sharing. The decree supports and enhances the development and implementation of the 2008 Vietnamese Biodiversity Law of 2008.
Developing logistic services to support the hydrocarbons exploration and exploitation offshore industry in Colombia
8 Sep 2017
Written by Andres Castellanos, Jahir Lombana, Mauricio Ortiz (Universidad del Norte) and Luisa Rodriguez (UNCTAD)Article No. 8 [UNCTAD Transport and Trade Facilitation Newsletter N°75 - Third Quarter 2017]