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How nations can structurally transform their economies
27 Aug 2020
The policy experiences that transformed China from a manufacturing assembly hub of the world to an economic powerhouse offer valuable lessons for countries in the global south.
COVID-19 crisis: How South-South cooperation can support economic recovery
3 Jun 2020
Written by Richard Kozul-Wright, Director of Globalization and Development Strategies, UNCTAD
Revitalizing South-South trade cooperation for development
11 Nov 2019
Developing countries seek to rejuvenate and leverage their cooperation to make progress on the global goals.
New platform to channel lessons from China's new silk road
30 Apr 2019
China's economic rise is a model developing countries can adapt for local application, using shared policy lessons and experiences.
Emulating China's rise - can it be done?
22 Mar 2019
The ambitious Belt and Road Initiative seeks to pull over 120 countries connected to China into a unified market using investment and lessons from its own economic ascent.
Securities regulators can boost sustainable finance, says new UN report
23 Oct 2018
Securities regulators covering one-third of global market capitalization make a new push for sustainable finance.
UNCTAD celebrates "Rise of the South"
13 Sep 2018
A special event organized by UNCTAD marks International Day for South-South cooperation and the achievements of decades of work to promote trade between developing countries.
G-NEXID and UNCTAD emphasis their commitment to work together
28 May 2015
UNCTAD and the Global Network of Exim Banks and Development Finance Institutions (G-NEXID), meeting in Geneva on 19th May 2015, agreed to work together to promote understanding of south-south cooperation and the role of banks in financing development.
Discussion forum: Why trade matters in development strategies
8 Nov 2013
The UNCTAD secretariat is organizing a discussion forum entitled "Why Trade Matters in Development Strategies", which will take place from Wednesday, 27 November to Friday, 29 November in room XXVI of the Palais des Nations in Geneva.