International transport and supply chains key to COVID-19 recovery: UN agencies
COVID-19: Shipping data hints to some recovery in global trade
The coronavirus pandemic dealt a severe blow to global merchandise trade. Data from weekly port calls by container ships show early but uneven signs of recovery.
Navigating through the coronavirus crisis and uncertainty: How maritime transport data can help
Written by Jan Hoffmann, Hassiba Benamara, Daniel Hopp, and Luisa Rodriguez, UNCTAD
Article No. 60 [UNCTAD Transport and Trade Facilitation Newsletter N°87 - Third Quarter 2020]
ASYCUDA powers delivery of aid in Beirut, ready to scale up
UNCTAD’s automated customs management system is well equipped to boost relief operations as people in Beirut start to recover from a massive blast.
Maritime Informatics: an emerging discipline for a digitally connected efficient, sustainable and resilient industry
Written by Mikael Lind, Richard Watson, Jan Hoffmann, Robert Ward, and Michalis Michaelides
Article No. 59 [UNCTAD Transport and Trade Facilitation Newsletter N°87 - Third Quarter 2020
Mauritius oil spill puts spotlight on ship pollution
Small island nations face an existential and developmental threat from ship-source pollution endangering their vulnerable marine ecosystems and ocean economies. An effective international legal regime can help.
Mauritius oil spill highlights importance of adopting latest international legal instruments in the field
Written by Regina Asariotis and Anila Premti, UNCTAD
Article No. 58 of UNCTAD Transport and Trade Facilitation Newsletter N°87 - Third Quarter 2020
Ports in the global liner shipping network: Understanding their position, connectivity, and changes over time
Article No. 57 [UNCTAD Transport and Trade Facilitation Newsletter N°87 - Third Quarter 2020]
Why a sustainable blue recovery is needed
Written by Mukhisa Kituyi, UNCTAD Secretary-General, and Dona Bertarelli, UNCTAD Special Adviser for the Blue Economy