Supachai Panitchpakdi, secretary-general of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD). Credit: UNCTAD. Transmitted through both trade and financial channels, they led to an economic slowdown in most countries, and even outright ... GARP, 1 week ago
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Retrospective tax amendments, delay in retail FDI made investors think twice about India Supachai Panitchpakdi
States often misuse emergency powers to muzzle protests from owners A global emissions-GDP graph shows the need to cut this ratio tenfold from the current level to meet the climate change targets Liberalisation may have changed so much, but not the Indian ...Business Standard, 2 months ago
REPRESENTATIVES of the 159 member states of the World Trade Organization (WTO) met in Geneva last week where they reached consensus on who should head the global trade body: Robert Carvalho de Azevedo of Brazil. Azevedo, a career diplomat and ...Business Times Online Tanzania, 1 day ago WTO Headed for Debacle in Hong Kong... Bulatlat.com, 2 weeks ago Candidates for WTO head woo Africa East African, 2 weeks ago Who Will WTO Members Choose As Director-General? [guest column] Individual.com, 2 months ago
NAIROBI, May 17 (NNN-XINHUA) --United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has nominated former Kenyan trade minister Mukhisa Kituyi to head the UN Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD). A statement from the UN body said Thursday that if the ...NAM News Network, 1 day ago Mukhisa Kituyi Of Kenya Nominated To Be New Head Of UNCTAD Modern Ghana, 1 day ago Kituyi of Kenya nominated to be new UNCTAD head New Age Bangladesh, 1 day ago GENEVA, 16th May, 2013 (WAM) — UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has nominated Mukhisa Kituyi of Kenya to serve as Secretary-General of UNCTAD (United Nations Conference on Trade and Development) for a term of four years, beginning Sept 1st, 2013. Federation of Arab News Agencies, 2 days ago
Kenya: Dr Mukhisa Kituyi s appointment as United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) Secretary makes him only the second Kenyan after President Uhuru Kenyatta with the title, His Excellency. The official appointment yesterday by ...East African Standard, 1 day ago Former minister officially lands UN job East African Standard, 1 day ago
Mukhisa Kituyi A former Minister of Trade and Industry of Kenya has been chosen to lead the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development ( UNCTAD ). UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon announced on Thursday that he has nominated Mukhisa ...United Nations Multimedia, 1 day ago Kenya's Mukhisa Kituyi tipped to lead UN trade agency Business Daily Africa, 2 days ago
Ailing dictator Michael Sata and his PF regime have continued to be rejected by reputable international organisations. The United Nations has just rejected Lunte MP Felix Mutati to serve as the next Secretary General of the United Nations Conference ...Zambian Watchdog, 2 days ago
It is unlikely that one mancan breathe new life into a dead process, but Brazilian diplomat Roberto Azevêdo's appointment as director-general of the World Trade Organisation (WTO) fanned faint hopes that the Doha round of world trade talks can be ...Financial Mail, 2 days ago
Brazilian diplomat Roberto Carvalho de Azevêdo was named the new director general of the WTO with broad support from the developing world, beating out his Mexican rival Herminio Blanco, who was backed by the industrialised nations. The results ...Inter Press Service, 3 days ago At WTO, a defender of the South Sri Lanka Island, 3 days ago Odds favour Brazilian candidate for WTO DG The Hindu, 1 month ago
Late last Tuesday, after months of intense lobbying, and campaigning visits to 47 countries, Roberto Azevedo was confirmed as the next director general of the World Trade Organisation. Amidst the Queen's Speech and the resignation of a certain ...Yahoo! UK and Ireland, 6 days ago
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