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Vers une nouvelle hiérarchisation portuaire ouest-méditerranéenne dans l'ère de la COVID ?
7 Dec 2020
Written by Yann Alix, Nicolas Montier et Olivier Faury, Article No. 67 [UNCTAD Transport and Trade Facilitation Newsletter N°88 - Fourth Quarter 2020]
How ports in Africa and Asia are tackling common challenges
25 Nov 2020
The 8th edition of UNCTAD’s port management series spotlights the top work done by TrainForTrade graduates from Ghana, Indonesia, Malaysia, Nigeria and the Philippines.
How biodiversity-friendly trade can support COVID-19 recovery
19 Oct 2020
A new call to action urges countries to make BioTrade a lever for recovery and resilience in the wake of the pandemic.
Blue BioTrade project set to improve fortunes in the eastern Caribbean
13 Oct 2020
The project is a point of convergence for conservation and sustainable use of marine resources, and a driver for a blue and green recovery from COVID-19.
Developing countries pay environmental cost of electric car batteries
22 Jul 2020
Growth in electric car sales is great news for the fight against climate change, but the mining of the minerals used in their batteries poses serious risks for the environment.
Demand for raw materials for electric car batteries set to rise further
25 Jun 2020
Surging need is driven by boom in electric cars, with 23 million passenger vehicles expected to be produced by 2030, says a new UNCTAD report.
Keep ships moving, ports open and trade flowing, urge UN entities
10 Jun 2020
UNCTAD and IMO call on governments to work together to facilitate crew changeover and remove unnecessary regulatory obstacles to maritime transport during and after the COVID-19 crisis.
Commodity exports to China could fall by $33.1 billion in 2020, study finds
28 May 2020
UNCTAD research shows that total commodity exports to China could fall dramatically as a result of the coronavirus crisis, but there may be a silver lining for some products.
Angola eyes former coffee glory for more sustainable growth
6 May 2020
Overdependence on oil has fuelled volatile and uneven growth. Coffee could help the country change course if it can revive production and add value to its beans.