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Successful trade-in-biodiversity cases shown at CITES meeting
21 Dec 2018
UNCTAD's BioTrade Initiative champions companies whose business model benefits of both the planet's plants and animals and people.
Growth of global goods exports to reach 10.4% in 2018
5 Dec 2018
Newly released UNCTAD Handbook of Statistics 2018 offers up-to-date, reliable trade figures in an era of uncertainty.
Experts say trade in biodiversity offers win-win scenario
16 Nov 2018
The sustainable and innovative commercialization of native plants and animals can reduce poverty and protect resources, experts agreed in Egypt.
We must resist 'doomsday' scenario for multilateralism, meeting hears
14 Nov 2018
UNCTAD senior management and government representatives call for restraint and dialogue in an attempt to resolve the crisis facing the multilateral trading system.
Fair trade movement and UNCTAD join forces
19 Oct 2018
The two organizations have agreed to work hand-in-hand in their efforts to ensure all workers and farmers get a fair share of the benefits of trade.
Partners commit to implement BioTrade and Access and Benefit Sharing programme in Mekong Region
29 Jun 2018
UNCTAD, in partnership with Swiss non-governmental organization Helvetas, held two back-to-back workshops in Luang Prabang, Lao People’s Democratic Republic, focusing on issues on BioTrade and Access and Benefit Sharing (ABS) in the Mekong Region (Lao People’s Democratic Republic, Myanmar, and Viet Nam).
Analysis of trade regulations data flags important new findings
29 Jun 2018
Import regulations have an unseen impact that is vital for understanding trade policies in both developed and developing countries, according to a new UNCTAD and World Bank report.
Ireland’s president lauds port managers programme
25 Jun 2018
President Michael D. Higgins welcomes managers from UNCTAD’s Train for Trade port management programme at his residence in Dublin.
Civil society calls for more honest narrative about benefits of trade
1 Jun 2018
Representatives of non-governmental organizations told UNCTAD that stopping the anti-globalization tide required a new development narrative, and franker conversations about the risks of open borders