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Trade policy can ensure inclusive prosperity in wake of COVID-19
20 Jul 2020
Written by Chantal Line Carpentier, UNCTAD, and Katrin Kuhlmann, Georgetown Law School
Twenty-second UNCTAD-OECD Report on G20 Investment Measures released
21 Nov 2019
The joint UNCTAD-OECD Report, released today, reveals that investment policy making in G20 members has slowed down further during the reporting period (mid-May to mid-October 2019). Only a few G20 Members took investment policy action, and the number of measures was low.
Fairer trade can strike a blow against rising inequality
19 Jul 2019
Global trade has catalysed economic growth both in developing and developed countries, but its benefits have not been shared equally. This could change.
Trading Places: The World in 2049
2 Apr 2019
Written by Isabelle Durant, Deputy Secretary-General of UNCTAD
Trade Wars: The Pain and the Gain
4 Feb 2019
Amid tit for tat tariff hikes between the United States and China,, trade is being diverted and a handful of countries will capture a slice of the giants' exports, UNCTAD estimates.
Oceans Forum seeks consensus on fish-to-dish solutions
16 Jul 2018
Time is running out to find agreement on ending harmful fisheries subsidies by 2020 but a multi-agency push hosted by UNCTAD aims to inject momentum.
90% of fish stocks are used up – fisheries subsidies must stop
13 Jul 2018
Written byMukhisa Kituyi, Secretary-General of UNCTAD and Peter Thomson, United Nations Special Envoy for the Ocean, United Nations.
Collective action is key to defending trade, Geneva Dialogue hears
19 Feb 2018
Challenges to the multilateral trading system can be met by collective institutions like UNCTAD defending trade's power to pull more people out of poverty.