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UN Conference on Trade and Development promotes the development-friendly integration of developing countries into the world economy.
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Illegal trade accelerates wild plant extinctions, more transparency needed.
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The poorest countries lose $23 billion a year in because they can't comply with non-tariff measures.
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Mukhisa  Kituyi Sep 28
Discussed 's support to the Philippines on green export and rules of origin with Ms. Nora Terrazzo, Under-Secr. for Trade & Industry
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Mukhisa  Kituyi Sep 28
I assured chair, Dr. Jürgen Heraeus of 's continuing support to Germany's and chairmanship
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Mukhisa  Kituyi Sep 28
Thanked Jimin Pang, President, Global Government Affairs on joining the Initiative
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UNCTAD Sep 30
Though are at historic lows, struggles to grow. It's time for a different approach.
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UNCTAD Sep 29
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IMO Sep 29
Happy Shipping is indispensable to the world!
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UNCTAD Sep 26
Maritime transport is the backbone of international and the global economy.
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UNCTAD Sep 29
How can finance the and, at the same time, maintain debt sustainability? report.
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UNCTAD Sep 29
UNCTAD TDB discussing debt and development finance in .
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UNCTAD Sep 29
initiative will help developing countries grasp the $22 trillion opportunity.
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UNCTAD Sep 29
is revolutionizing , but what about the 4 billion people not yet online?
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UNCTAD Sep 29
Worth $36bn and growing, voluntary standard schemes can accelerate the world towards the .
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UNCTAD Sep 28
B2B accounts for 90% of , itself valued at $22 trillion and growing. . Our report
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UNCTAD Sep 28
New debt crises loom, while is set to grow at its slowest pace since 2009.
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UNCTAD Sep 28
How can countries attract more and better and boost world , set to grow at slowest pace since 2009
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UNCTAD Sep 28
Getting back on track calls for more effort to tackle rising , which drags down global demand.
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UNCTAD Sep 28
With set to grow at slowest pace since 2009, it's time to look at NTMs, costing poor countries $23bn a year.
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