Fast Facts: Trade, Intellectual Property and Migration

Published on 03 Mar 2011

Global policies in international trade, intellectual property rights and migration have significant implications for development, especially among the world's poorest populations. The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) aims to increase awareness of how these policies affect developing countries, and works to mitigate their potentially negative effects by helping to strengthen the capacities of developing countries in three key areas: trade competitiveness, trade agreements and policy integration. 

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