UNCTD

AcronymDefinition
UNCTDUnited Nations Conference on Trade and Development (usually seen as UNCTAD)
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UNCTD (2016) UN List of Least Developed Countries [Online] Available at: http://unctad.org/en/Pages/ALDC/Least%20Developed%20Countries/UN-list-of-Least-Developed-Countries.aspx (last accessed 17 March 2016).
Summary: Riyadh, July 25, 2010, SPA -- Ministry of economy and planning has highlighted the financial and economic stability in the Kingdom noting that the Kingdom, according to the report of UNCTD, ( United Nations Conference on Trade and Development), topped the eighth internationally and the first...
Egypt received a total of $7 billion in FDI inflows, while Angola's came in at $13 billion, said Astrit Sulstarova, an expert from the investment division at the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTD).
The report highlighted that although the fallout has been "moderate" in Africa, it should not be overlooked, as FDI accounts for "about a fifth" of gross capital formation in the region, the UNCTD said in a statement.
United Nations Conference of Trade and Development (UNCTD) (1997).
World Bank (2002, 2003, 2005) as well as World Intellectual Property Organisation and UNCTD in many publications asserts that protection of IPRs can help in revenues generation, improve balance of payment (BOP), provide access to international markets, create confidence to investors, increase employment opportunities, and productivity as well as provide technical know how to the world developing countries.
In this situation multinationals are most likely to introduce the latest technology and train their workers extensively (UNCTD 1994:168-73, 204-36).
UNCTD (United Nations Conference on Trade and Development).
Khartoum, 2 , April, (SUNA)- United Nations Conference on Trade and Development " UNCTD" chosen Sudan to host the International Conference for Gum- arabic , first of next May , come because Sudan still standing on top rank of gum arabic production, in rate of 80% from the total international production.