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Promoting sustainable trade as a safety net for marine wildlife
25 Nov 2022
UNCTAD and its partners promote trade in line with environmental, social and economic sustainability criteria as a nature-based solution to the biodiversity crisis.
Women entrepreneurs share their climb to success
21 Nov 2022
A new UNCTAD publication looks at what it takes to make women-led businesses thrive in challenging times.
UNCTAD supports Uganda to develop a national strategy to boost entrepreneurship
14 Nov 2022
The new strategy will help the country promote private sector growth and resilience to economic shocks.
ISAR sets sights on stronger sustainability reporting and awards winners for 2022
4 Nov 2022
Experts discuss ways to make it easier for companies to report how they are contributing to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals, and honour leading initiatives.
How urban entrepreneurs can help build sustainable cities
31 Oct 2022
Marking World Cities Day on 31 October, UNCTAD shines a light on how urban entrepreneurs can help make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable.
How start-ups are boosting investment in South-East Asia
19 Oct 2022
The rise of start-ups in the region is a factor behind the dynamism of foreign direct investment there, an UNCTAD-ASEAN report finds.
New UNCTAD tool tracks global trade in biodiversity products
23 Sep 2022
The database will enable policymakers and other stakeholders to accelerate progress towards combating biodiversity loss, which has put 1 million species at risk of extinction.
Supporting post-COVID-19 recovery among African cross-border traders
18 Jul 2022
UNCTAD equips 300 women small-scale traders in five countries with greater knowledge of trade rules, customs procedures and entrepreneurship skills.
Trade in ocean goods shows resilience, UNCTAD data reveals
28 Jun 2022
A new UNCTAD database provides insight into the ocean economy’s sectors, main players and export opportunities for developing countries as they try to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic.