Small Island Developing StatesDisplaying results 1 - 10 of 47
Digitally deliverable services boom risks leaving least developed countries behind
28 Sep 2023
UNCTAD steps up advocacy for global support to help vulnerable economies leverage digital trade for inclusive and sustainable development.
Trade facilitation: Countries make steady but uneven progress
15 Sep 2023
A new UN survey underlines the need for inclusive policies and greater international cooperation to ease trade for the benefit of all.
Trade and climate change: A Q&A with UNCTAD deputy Pedro Manuel Moreno
15 Sep 2023
After a high-level discussion at the World Trade Organization, Mr. Moreno underlines the urgent need to align trade policies with climate goals, while paying special attention to vulnerable countries’ needs.
UNCTAD supports small island nations to harness digital ID for inclusion
14 Sep 2023
In an increasingly digitalized world, digital identities can foster economic and social empowerment in many far-flung places across the globe.
Investment flows to small island states grew by 39% in 2022
5 Jul 2023
UNCTAD's World Investment Report 2023 shows that the top five recipients accounted for 85% of foreign direct investment flows to small island developing states.
UNCTAD measures progress on sustainable development goals, shows impact of global crises
27 Jun 2023
The annual SDG Pulse provides analysis on how the world fares in achieving targets of the UN 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
UNCTAD supports Barbados to bolster economic diversification
2 Mar 2023
Targeted policy strategies and closer cooperation with other developing countries are essential to boosting the country’s resilience to economic shocks.
Seychelles outlines strategy to boost entrepreneurship
19 Dec 2022
The East African island nation has launched a blueprint to equip entrepreneurs with the skills needed to build a knowledge-based and innovation-driven economy.
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.