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COVID-19 and threats of annexation compound a permanent crisis of occupation
28 Sep 2021
The pandemic, combined with other negative occupation-related developments, make 2020 the worst year for the Palestinian people since the establishment of the Palestinian National Authority in 1994.
Palestine faces hard road ahead to recovery from COVID-19 shock
31 Mar 2021
New UNCTAD simulations show the coronavirus pandemic will have a significant impact on the already shattered Palestinian economy.
Israeli occupation cost Gaza $16.7 billion in past decade - UNCTAD estimates
25 Nov 2020
Prolonged closure and military operations have left Gaza’s regional economy on the verge of collapse.
COVID-19 devastates Palestine’s shattered economy
8 Sep 2020
Under occupation, the Palestinian National Authority lacks the policy space and economic tools to deal with the massive challenge posed by the pandemic.
$48 billion is the estimated revenue loss by Palestine from 2000-2017 due to occupation
2 Dec 2019
New report examines the fiscal costs of the occupation for the Palestinian people. Those costs severely constrain the capacity of the State of Palestine to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals.
UNCTAD, Saudi Arabia extend cooperation to support Palestinian people
20 Sep 2019
UNCTAD and Saudi Arabia have extended their partnership to continue assistance to the Palestinian people.
Palestinian socioeconomic crisis now at breaking point
10 Sep 2019
The fiscal standoff with Israel may lead to a collapse of Palestinian finances, and environmental degradation is placing a health burden on the population, says new report.
The unrealized potential of Palestinian oil and gas reserves
28 Aug 2019
Oil and natural gas resources in the occupied Palestinian territory could generate hundreds of billions of dollars for development.
Economic reality in Occupied Palestinian Territory is bleaker than ever
11 Sep 2018
UNCTAD's annual report into its assistance to the Palestine people comes as socioeconomic conditions deteriorate and 'de-development' continues.