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SUNS # 8761 Thursday 27 September 2018

Trade : US-EU-Japan WTO proposals target China's trade policies (PRIV)
(D. Ravi Kanth, Geneva)
China faces a defining moment at the Worl d Trade Organization after the United States, the European Union and Japan ch ose to gang up against its alleged non-market oriented policies, industrial sub sidies and state-owned enterprises, and forced technology transfer policies, trade envoys told SUNS.

Ethiopia : Struggle against climate change gets boost from GCF (PRIV)
(IPS, Addis Ababa)
Faced with worsening droughts d ue to climate change, Ethiopia is joining an international initiative seeking to build global resilience against the problems caused by it, and enable developing countries to become part of a united solution to the ongoing problem.

Q&A : Why young greenpreneurs are the future of sustainable development (PRIV)
(IPS, Bulawayo)
Young people - a growing population segment in developing countries - are intrepid innovators and entrepreneurs who can help solve pressing climate and development challenges today.

Rwanda : ICT innovation expected to help in fight against banana disease (PRIV)
(IPS, Kigali)
When Telesphore Ruzigamanzi, a smallholder banana farmer from a remote village in Eastern Rwanda, discover ed a peculiar yellowish hue on his crop before it started to dry up, he did not give it the due consideration it deserved.

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