Trade, Intellectual Property and Migration

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Trade, Gender and Poverty

This paper focuses on the relationship of trade, on the one hand, with gender and poverty, on the other,within the context of the human development paradigm. Specifically, it examines the impact of trade liberalization on gender inequalities (primarily via employment,wages and the care economy);more

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UNDP Statement at the Cancun WTO Ministerial Conference, September 2003

A global trade regime as envisaged in Doha could make a real difference for the poor, especially in the least-developed countries. Trade reforms that are driven by human development concerns will boost MDG progress in countless villages and slums around the world. more

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UNDP Statement at the Hong Kong WTO Ministerial Conference, December 2005

A global trade regime as envisaged in Doha could make a real difference for the poor, especially in the least-developed countries. Trade reforms that are driven by human development concerns will boost MDG progress in countless villages and slums around the world. more

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Vanuatu Diagnostic Trade Integration Study

Vanuatu is scheduled to graduate from Least Developed Country (LDC) status in coming years. Yet risks remain, including the possibility of overheating as aid inflows increase and the public sector wage bill rises relative to overall recurrent government expenditure. more