Trade And Development Report 2023
World economic growth is projected to slow in 2023 with few signs of a rebound next year. Institutional reforms of the global financial architecture, more pragmatic policies to tackle inflation, inequality and sovereign debt as well as stronger oversight of key markets are needed.
Hybrid Press Conference
Publication of the Trade and Development Report 2023
Embargo until Wednesday, 4 October 2023 at 12 (noon) Geneva time
- Rebeca Grynspan, UNCTAD Secretary General
- Richard Kozul-Wright, UNCTAD, Director, Division on Globalization and Development Strategies
Date/time: Wednesday, 4 October 2023 at 10:30 a.m. (Geneva time)
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UNCTAD is the UN’s leading institution dealing with trade and development. It is a permanent intergovernmental body established by the United Nations General Assembly in 1964.
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