Trade officials equipped to manage non-tariff measures amid COVID-19
Over 150 officials complete an UNCTAD online course delivered as part of efforts to help developing countries tackle the impacts of the coronavirus pandemic.
Equipping East African women digital entrepreneurs with skills to thrive
A new UNCTAD eTrade for Women masterclass seeks to empower and build the skills of women digital entrepreneurs in the region as well as explore opportunities amid the COVID-19 crisis.
Course equips officials to bridge gender gaps in trade policy
Training sessions saw participants from 59 countries also share experiences on the economic and gender effects of the coronavirus pandemic in their nations.
Philippine central bank helps boost e-payments in archipelago
Angola eyes former coffee glory for more sustainable growth
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.
Ports on frontline of fight against COVID-19
Bolivian river port offers landlocked nation alternative route to sea
Port Jennefer - on the Paraguay-Paraná waterway - is helping Bolivian businesses cut trade costs with access to the Atlantic, says its UNCTAD-trained manager.
Ireland’s president lauds port managers programme
President Michael D. Higgins welcomes managers from UNCTAD’s Train for Trade port management programme at his residence in Dublin.