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Monday, 23 June 2014

G-20: ANÁLISIS DEL INFORME REALIZADO CONJUNTAMENTE POR UNCTAD, OMC Y OCDE


El pasado 18 de junio de 2014, la UNCTAD, OMC y OCDE, hicieron público un informe conjunto sobre las medidas comerciales y de inversión planteadas por el G-20 en su última reunión en la cumbre de San Petersburgo-Rusia durante los días 5 y 6 de septiembre de 2013, donde los líderes pronunciaron una declaración de fuerte compromiso con el libre comercio y la inversión, como un elemento crucial para la restauración del crecimiento mundial. En dicha reunión, principalmente se reconocieron los continuos riesgos de desaceleración económica y el debilitamiento del comercio debido a las presiones proteccionistas persistentes alrededor del mundo, comprometiéndose a hacerlas retroceder a partir de ese momento. Los informes de análisis que en este artículo comentamos abarcan el comercio e inversión transcurridos entre mediados de noviembre de 2013 hasta mediados de mayo de 2014 observando que poco han avanzado en el compromiso asumido en dicha reunión.

G-20: ANALYSIS OF THE REPORT PREPARED JOINTLY BY UNCTAD, WTO & OECD

The past June 18, 2014, UNCTAD, WTO and OECD, have issued a joint report about trade and investment measures referred by the G-20 at their last summit meeting in St. Petersburg-Russia 5-6 September 2013, where the leaders made a strong statement of commitment to free trade and investment as a crucial element to restoring global growth. At that meeting, mainly recognized the continuous risk of economic slowdown and weakening of trade due to persistent protectionist pressures worldwide, committing to roll back from that time. The analysis reports that in this article we discuss cover trade and investment elapsed between mid-November 2013 to mid May 2014 noting that little have advanced in the commitment made at the meeting.

Friday, 30 May 2014

ACCORDING TO UNCTAD THE WORLD NEEDS A TRANSFORMATIVE AGENDA FOR DEVELOPMENT ECONOMICALLY, SOCIALLY AND ENVIRONMENTALLY SUSTANAIBLE

In this article we refer to the exhibit at the recent Seventh Astana Economic Forum in conjunction with the 50th anniversary of UNITED NATIONS CONFERENCE ON TRADE AND DEVELOPMENT (UNCTAD) in which he spoke of the creation of a transformative agenda and were mentioned data that help us understand the latent inequality in the world economy.