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SUNS # 8940 Friday 5 July 2019
 
  Contents  

Trade : Reclaiming development in the WTO   (Kanaga Raja, Geneva) (PRIV)
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Development must be at the centre of the WTO work program and special and differential treatment (S&DT) must be preserved in order to allow developing countries the space to formulate their domestic trade policies in a way that would allow them to reduce poverty, industrialise and integrate meaningfully into the global trading system.

Trade : E-com rules promoted in name of women's economic empowerment   (Kinda Mohamadieh, Geneva) (PRIV)
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Women in digital trade was the subject of a workshop convened at the World Trade Organization on 1 July.

UN : Why environmental and humanitarian action must be linked   (IPS, New York) (PRIV)
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Environmental and humanitarian action is often understood as two different sectors.


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