Home|Latest on International Development Cooperation|Developing countries need sufficient policy space to advance post-2015 development agenda, UNCTAD report says

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The Report calls for more policy coordination at the global level and more policy and fiscal space for developing countries to pursue an inclusive and sustainable trade and development agenda.

The Report also reflects on the seventieth anniversary of the Bretton Woods Conference and the fiftieth anniversary of UNCTAD, and their efforts to make multilateralism more inclusive.

Key conclusions of this years’ report:

  • The ‘new normal’ in advanced countries is neither new nor normal and risks repeating past policy mistakes.
  • Developing countries need sufficient space to make macro and industrial policies work

Available at: http://unctad.org/en/pages/newsdetails.aspx?OriginalVersionID=827&Sitemap_x0020_Taxonomy=UNCTAD%20Home; 

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