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UNCTAD eWeek 2023 to mobilize global support for a more inclusive digital economy
15 Nov 2023
More than 3,000 stakeholders from 130 countries will examine how to turn digital opportunities into shared development gains and close existing divides for a sustainable future.
How to make markets work for sustainable development
29 Sep 2022
Competition and consumer policies can help build more sustainable economies, experts say.
How competition enforcement can boost economic recovery
22 Jul 2022
UNCTAD brings together competition authorities to discuss lessons learned from the COVID-19 pandemic and how to support the recovery of small businesses.
UNCTAD convenes consumer protection talks amid heightened vulnerability
15 Jul 2022
The emerging cost-of-living crisis added to the COVID-19 pandemic is undermining the financial resilience of many consumers, increasing their vulnerability.
Time to empower consumers to make sustainable choices
15 Mar 2022
Governments, consumer groups and businesses urged to step up efforts to allow consumers to play their part in sustainable development.
Malawi seeks to enhance competition and consumer protection
15 Jul 2021
The southeastern African nation is determined to make legislative, administrative and procedural changes to make markets fairer and better protect consumers.
Ensuring open, competitive and fair digital markets
12 Jul 2021
As online platforms are global in nature, more regional and international cooperation is needed for effective enforcement of competition law in cross-border cases in the digital economy.
Vulnerable consumers of public utilities need more protection
6 Jul 2021
The economic and health crisis triggered by COVID-19 has put vulnerable consumers in a more precarious situation, leaving them unable to pay for essential household expenses.
Countries focus on protecting consumers amid and after COVID-19
15 Oct 2020
Stakeholders gather to share experiences and exchange information to advance the welfare of consumers in open markets.