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$89 billion lost in underuse of European Union free trade agreements, report shows
29 Jan 2018
Importers and exporters make use of the free trade agreements that the EU has signed with other countries - but not as much as they could.
At MC11, new research shows convergence on rules of origin is happening
13 Dec 2017
A new study presented at the WTO's 11th Ministerial says countries' rules for determining a product's origin are increasingly similar, which is good news for the global trading system.
All goods are not created equal: a Q&A on rules of origin with Stefano Inama
8 Dec 2017
Ahead of WTO MC11, the UNCTAD expert explains why global trade is increasingly discriminatory, and what’s at stake for Least Developed Countries.
Helping Cambodia prepare for growing competition as neighboring countries sign free trade agreements
13 Apr 2016
UNCTAD and the Ministry of Commerce of Cambodia organized workshops last month in Pnhom Penh to discuss the possible trade implications raised from the TPP and Free trade Agreements between the European Union and members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations.