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Digital trade fuels Asia-Pacific’s growth, but progress is uneven
6 Dec 2023
In a new report, UN agencies call for stronger policy coordination and capacity-building to ensure digital trade leads to inclusive development in the region.
Remittances: Boosting the impact on poverty reduction through consumer protection
29 Nov 2023
UNCTAD recommends five key consumer protection measures to maximize the poverty-reducing power of the money migrants send home.
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.
UNCTAD tool improves service trade data in West Africa
2 Jun 2023
System enhances the collection and processing of statistics on international trade in services to better inform policymaking in eight African countries.
Global trade slows, but ‘green goods’ grow
23 Mar 2023
World trade hit a record $32 trillion in 2022, but growth turned negative in the last half of the year. Environmentally friendly products defied the trend.
Supporting countries to measure the digital economy for development
2 Dec 2022
The booming digital economy has heightened the need for new data and measurement tools to strengthen evidence-based policymaking.
UNCTAD scales up development cooperation with Latin America and the Caribbean
4 Nov 2022
New agreements will bolster joint efforts towards economic integration, sustainable trade and inclusive development in the region.
UNCTAD data highlights need to strengthen business ICT statistics
21 Jul 2022
Countries without these statistics face barriers in implementing the policies needed to support businesses in adapting to and benefiting from digital tools and technologies.
Global merchandise trade exceeds pre-COVID-19 level, but services recovery falls short
9 Dec 2021
UNCTAD nowcasts show that trade in services has not yet reached its pre-pandemic level, while merchandise trade is projected to have surpassed it by 15%.