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ILO & Netherlands sign agreement to support Vietnam’s garment sector, Vietnam
The International Labour Organization (ILO) has signed an agreement with the government of the Netherlands recently for a new project that will anticipate, and address future skills needs in the
Economist urges Bangladesh to negotiate duty benefit extension at WTO, Bangladesh
Mustafizur Rahman, an economist and a distinguished fellow of the Centre for Policy Dialogue (CPD), recently urged the Bangladesh government to negotiate extension of duty privileges to some extent
Supply issues, cooler demand causing goods trade to dawdle: WTO, Switzerland
Global trade in goods is dawdling after a sharp rebound after the initial shock of the pandemic as production and supply disruptions and cooling demand for imports dampen growth, according to the WTO,
Road transport operators see ‘perfect storm’ in supply chain crisis, Eswatini
Dramatic increases in demand, ongoing COVID-19 restrictions, driver shortages and drastic fuel price increases have created a ‘perfect storm’ that can further aggravate supply chain disruptions just
Bangladesh capable of extending trade benefit to LDCs: Top official, Bangladesh
Bangladesh will be capable of extending trade benefits to other least developed countries after its graduation from the group in 2026, according to commerce secretary Tapan Kanti Ghosh. He cited the
ILO downgrades labour market recovery forecast for 2022, Switzerland
Geneva-based International Labour Organisation (ILO) has downgraded its forecast for labour market recovery in 2022, projecting a deficit in hours worked globally equivalent to 52 million full-time
Report notes global value chain resilience, shift beyond manufacturing, Switzerland
Global value chains (GVCs) have proven to be resilient amid challenges posed by the pandemic and environmental and geopolitical shocks, says a report co-published by the World Trade Organisation, the
WTO report calls for multilateral trade cooperation amid COVID shocks, Switzerland
The 2021 edition of the World Trade Organisation’s (WTO) World Trade Report has called for more multilateral and regional trade cooperation after analysing vulnerabilities and resilience in global
Clothing saw 5% YoY growth, textiles 7% fall during Jan-Sep 2021: WTO, Switzerland
The year-on-year (YoY) growth in trade values for manufactured goods in the first three quarters of 2021 was 5 per cent for clothing and minus 7 per cent for textiles, WTO said. Despite strong
Global organisations come together to secure supply chains, Switzerland
The International Labour Organization (ILO) and the World Health Organization (WHO), together with other global organisations in the transport sector, have set up a Joint Action Group to review the
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