The success of African Continental Free Trade Area, which goes operational on Friday January 1, 2021, depends on the strong partnership between the private sector and the public sectors, says a UN official. “For the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) to deliver on its promises, the private and public sectors on the continent must […]
Efforts to rebuild the economies of the world’s poorest nations postpandemic will fall significantly short unless their productive capacities are drastically improved, according to UNCTAD’s Least Developed Countries Report 2020.
From Zambia to Afghanistan, governments in the world’s most disadvantaged countries must prioritize dynamic enterprises and enact policies to help them thrive, create jobs, innovate and transform the economy, according to a new UN report.
The international political climate may be turning against globalization and threatening economic growth, but there is still a chance to channel money into sectors that can boost prosperity in poor countries, political and corporate leaders said.