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reports the Black Sea Grain Initiative - which has moved 25 million metric tons of grains - mostly benefitted developing countries, supporting food security among the most vulnerable.

Technologies used to produce goods and services with smaller carbon footprints are providing increasing economic opportunities, but many developing countries could miss them, unless governments and the international community take decisive action.

s online courses in least developed countries (LDCs) benefit from trade.

The Bhutanese government launched the ground-breaking G2B digital government portal, using s customizable digital platform, making it the fastest place in the world to start a new business.

Digital technologies and e-commerce have the potential to transform livelihoods in the Pacific by enhancing trade across sectors and industries, finds in a new .

Complex and stringent rules of origin, the passport for goods, can prevent businesses from taking advantage of trade preferences, according to a  by .

Issues of science, technology, and innovation remain endemic to development, and furthering our understanding of these issues is a core challenge for policy research. Deepening its commitment to this goal, launches the 2023 edition of its , a flagship publication that this year focuses specifically on what can be achieved by technological innovation by opening 'green windows of opportunity'. The report is built around green innovation - creating or introducing new or improved goods and services that leave lighter carbon footprints.

The world traded about in 2021 enough to fill over 18 million trucks. The queue would wrap around the globe 13 times! Since , most of the products will end up littering our streets and flooding our seas. But nature abounds in sustainable materials (bamboo, sand, banana plants, algae) that could be used to make eco-friendly versions of straws, shopping bags, bottles, food wrappers and other plastic products.

Plastic substitutes could cut global plastic waste by about 63 million tonnes less, or 3.5 million fewer trucks in the queue. Besides the benefits to the planet, the shift offers economic opportunities, said Henrique Pacini, an economist working on trade and environment issues. But countries and companies have to work together and across borders to and reduce trade barriers."

The countrys online system is making it to access the benefits of registering their company with the government.

The current food crisis, triggered by COVID-19 and the war in Ukraine, is different, says, because of a stronger US dollar - creating a double burden for developing countries.

Global trade should hit a record $32 trillion for 2022, but a slowdown that began in the second half of the year is expected to worsen in 2023 according to s&紳莉莽梯;.

Hemp is an amazing plant that is eco-friendly and used in food products, biofuels, textiles and even building materials. Its global market could hit $18.6 billion by 2027, a new  says.

Celebrating female entrepreneurship, a recent tells the stories of 21 women from developing countries whove defied a myriad of challenges to build successful businesses.

A new calls for increased investment in maritime supply chains. Ports, shipping fleets and hinterland connections need better prepare for future global crises and climate change.

As nations convene for COP27, has set out the actions needed to ensure global efforts towards a low-carbon future dont leave least developed countries (LDCs) behind.