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CEOs and Lao Minister commit to extension of "alternative income" programme for former opium producers
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Research Update No.4 rounds out the year by revealing the latest rankings for competitive industrial performance worldwide.
Two of China's domestic refrigeration companies received awards from the Ozone Secretariat of the Montreal Protocol
UNIDO is hosting a high-level dialogue on United Nations System-wide coherence
Industrial Development of Africa
Least Developed Countries (LDCs) Ministerial Conference Vienna, 29-30 November 2007
Technology and Innovation for Industry: Investing in people is investing in future
Technology and innovation for industry: investing in people is investing in the future

Some of the major players in global industry and trade today are the developing countries – a group simply known as the South. In the last two and a half decades, the share of the South in world manufacturing and exports has doubled and South-South trade is rapidly increasing. If the rise of some countries in the South is to be harnessed for the mutual benefit of all, it calls for a qualitative enhancement of South-South cooperation.