Private Sector Can Boost Growth in Landlocked Developing Countries – Senior UN Official

Private sector engagement is key to accelerating development in the world’s 32 landlocked developing countries (LLDCs), said delegates at the Second United Nations Conference on LLDCs. This article from All Africa quotes Louise Kantrow, ICC’s permanent representative to the UN.

Private Sector Can Boost Growth in Landlocked Developing Countries – Senior UN Official

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