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SUNS # 8981 Friday 20 September 2019
 
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Trade : US and China resume their trade talks   (D. Ravi Kanth, Geneva) (PRIV)
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The United States has made it difficult for Chinese companies and investors to gain any entry into data and high-tech American businesses on grounds of national security restrictions, even as the two sides resume their trade talks at the deputy-level officials on Thursday for reaching an agreement soon.

UN : As climate crisis worsens & poverty rises, UN appears off-track on SDGs   (IPS, New York) (PRIV)
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The two key goals in the UN's development agenda are the eradication of extreme poverty and hunger by 2030.

UN : Key role for 1.8 billion youth in 2030 Development Agenda   (IPS, New York) (PRIV)
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The UN Population Fund (UNFPA) is convinced that the world's 1.8 billion adolescents and youth - a quarter of the global population - have a key role to play in helping implement the UN's 2030 Development Agenda.

Opinion : World is in crisis - multilateral approach is the key   (IPS, Boston) (PRIV)
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As the UN General Assembly begins, we are once again ringing the alarm on the urgent issues of climate and development that demand our global attention and action.


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