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Germany backs UNCTAD work to deliver goals of Africa trade deal
22 Nov 2018
A 1.6-million-euro German donation to UNCTAD will help the UN's trade and development body work with African partners to implement a landmark continental agreement on cross-border commerce.
Investing in new ventures must mean creating more and better jobs
26 Oct 2018
The world has 'lost the plot' over the link between jobs and socio-economic progress, and investors need to back pro-employment policies, experts told the World Investment Forum.
UN launches one stop shop for development finance
25 Oct 2018
A new UNCTAD-hosted portal aims to gather best practices to help plug the trillion-dollar annual gap in financing for the Sustainable Development Goals.
The Netherlands and UNCTAD sign $6m Strategic Partnership Agreement
23 Oct 2018
The Netherlands pledges $6 million over four years to support UNCTAD’s innovative investment and e-commerce activities, the partners announced at the World Investment Forum.
Global foreign direct investment flows fell sharply in 2017
6 Jun 2018
Negative trend is sign of slowdown in international production and global value chains, World Investment Report 2018 reveals.
Top Angolan officials join African Carbon Forum 2018
13 Apr 2018
Governments, civil society andThe mission to Nairobi came as part of a new EU-UNCTAD project to help Angola diversify its economy away from oil exports
UNCTAD ratchets up support for an empowered and energized Angola
12 Apr 2018
The EU-UNCTAD joint Programme for Angola: Train for Trade II picks up steam following the project’s 11 April launch in Luanda.
EU and UNCTAD kick-start project to help Angola diversify its trade
11 Apr 2018
The four-year, €5.5 million ($6.9m) project will give strategic support to the oil-dependent African nation’s efforts to reignite growth and trade its way out of least developed country status.
UE e CNUCED lançam projeto para ajudar Angola a diversificar o seu comércio
11 Apr 2018
O projeto de quatro anos, de € 5,5 milhões (US$ 6,9 milhões), dará apoio estratégico aos esforços do país africano dependente do petróleo de relançar o crescimento e avançar em direção à sua saída da categoria de país menos avançado.