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Occupied Palestinian Territory: a vicious cycle of economic collapse
19 Sep 2017
Fifty years of occupation has driven the Palestinian economy into de-development and poverty, delegates at UNCTAD talks heard today, as the key messages of the organization's new report on its assistance to the Palestinian people were underscored.
Robots are coming: Mixing automation and austerity can threaten good jobs worldwide
14 Sep 2017
A new UNCTAD report sees the threat to good jobs spreading to some developing countries but points to the real challenges lying ahead. The report recommends having digital industrial policies to ensure that robotics supports – rather than threatens – inclusive development.
Fifty years of occupation have driven the Palestinian economy into de-development and poverty
12 Sep 2017
This year marks the fiftieth anniversary of the Israeli occupation of the Gaza Strip and the West Bank, including East Jerusalem. It is the longest occupation in recent history. For the Palestinian people, these have been five decades of de-development, suppressed human potential and denial of the right to development. There is no end in sight, according to this year's report on UNCTAD assistance to the Palestinian people.
8 Sep 2017
The occupied Palestinian territory: A case of an imposed resource gap
4 May 2017
Since 1967, the occupation by Israel of the Occupied Palestinian Territory, including East Jerusalem, has distorted the Palestinian economy. A new UNCTAD study says that the impact of Israeli security, military, political and economic measures in the region have created a huge resource gap. As a result, domestic production is far lower than domestic consumption and investment.