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To harness new growth opportunities, Mexico needs to boost productivity, accelerate digitalisation and improve educational outcomes and housing supply
Oxfam reaction to the Dutch court’s decision to stop military exports to Israel
Further sanctions on Myanmar military regime
Trade Minister travels to Geneva and Dubai
Prof Sean Turnell calls for sanctions against Myanmar state-owned banks
New Zealand and UAE launch exploratory trade talks
Security Council 1718 Sanctions Committee Amends 16 Entries on Its Sanctions List
UN expert exposes $1 billion “death trade” to Myanmar military
Barbados’ human rights record to be examined by Universal Periodic Review
Sweden & Australia – Committed to strengthening the rules-based international order
Finnish PM to visit New Zealand
Treaties Committee to inquire into Australia-India Economic Cooperation and Trade Agreement
From data to drops: Optimizing water use is key for agrifood systems
Taking trade and investment with France to new and better place
HSF advises on Award-Winning Landmark Puerto Antioquia Project Financing in Colombia
Netherlands and WHO: Partners for health and human rights around world
Insight – Taiwan temporarily improves import conditions for multiple commodities
FAO and Finland scale up technical innovation to help African countries better monitor and manage forest resources
Ashurst advises FNZ on acquisition of all shares in Fondsdepot Bank
Saint Vincent and Grenadines’ human rights record to be examined by Universal Periodic Review
IATA Proposes Three Interventions To Rebuild South Africa’s Tourism Industry & Create Jobs
Brazil: Reforms to spur competitiveness, productivity and trade would strengthen COVID-19 recovery
World leaders, celebrities to join WHO’s Big Event for Mental Health on
Keep supporting households and firms, and accelerate structural reforms to spur recovery from COVID-19
IATA calls on Panamanian Government to Support Aviation in Face of COVID-19 Crisis
Australia diversifies foreign trade against global uncertainty