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Unctad was right about Mexico's meltdown and the dangers of derivatives, yet rich countries apparently want to muzzle it Shipping containers at Jakarta's Tanjung Priok port. The fallout from the worldwide financial crisis has hit Indonesia's exports.
Rubens Ricupero, signed this statement, which praised the history of the multilateral organization and challenged the North'
Pierre Virot/Reuters It is commonplace to say that the world economy has become "multipolar", as some developing countries gain a rapidly increasing share of world income. The implication is that the post-second world war order, in which countries of
African governments have been advised to develop and implement effective and coordinated policies in the areas of tourism, mining and regional trade. This should be designed to help put their economies on the path to sustained growth and development.
United Nations economists have provided the Haitian Government with advice on a new investment strategy to help the country attract financing to rebuild infrastructure and boost economic development. Haitian capital, Port-au-Prince, which focused on
Finland has the world's largest portion of domestic economic activities related to information and communication technology, with almost a tenth of the European country's non-agricultural business workforce employed in the ICT sector, according to
A United Nations-backed conference addressing the future of access to markets for organic products began today with delegates and experts gathered to examine the impact that trade standards are having on organic farmers in the developing world.
The world needs a global new deal to break the mould of economic thought that led to the international financial crisis, the head of the United Nations agency tasked with promoting trade and development says today...Surveillance and regulation will
Europe's business take on development The European commission's latest statement on development policy reveals its continued emphasis on serving corporate interests ahead of combating poverty An Indian pharmacy displays Cipla products. Cipla makes
Although Thai exports achieved high expansion to 17 per cent last year, the impact from the global economic meltdown and the higher cost of production will cause a slowdown in exports this year...Factors affecting exports include an expected slowdown