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The general preliminary conclusion is that the impacts on development cooperation will be relatively small, as most development partners do not rely on whether or not a country is an LDC as a primary determinant of their assistance.

The fourth annual review of the VNRs by the CDP providing a systematic content analysis of the VNRs presented to the 2021 HLPF.

This paper provides conceptual inputs on a potential bi-modal monitoring framework for the LDC category

This policy brief synthesizes recent research, showing that Bangladesh’s vital pharmaceutical industry would be threatened if the country had to adhere fully to WTO rules upon graduation from LDC status.

COVID-19’s ruthless sweep across the world demands a bold multilateral response. There are immense inequalities in the capacities of governments to respond both to the health emergency and to the social and economic fallout.

The third annual review of the VNRs by the CDP providing a systematic content analysis of the VNRs presented to the HLPF.

As countries’ concerns about graduation persist, the potential for additional tension has widened, particularly now that an increasing number of LDCs approach graduation.

What is holding back the implementation of the 2030 Agenda? Insights from the CDP by Kori Udovicki One factor holding back the implementation of the SDGs is the absence of better mechanisms to help channel globally available capital and know-how to sup ...

What is holding back the implementation of the 2030 Agenda? Insights from the CDP by Marc Fleurbaey The 2030 Agenda is an impressive wish list which covers all the main issues that need to be tackled in our time. In particular, it adds the crucial sust ...

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