Episode 28

S03.28 Deciphering Doha Structural Transformation as Driver

In this mini-series, our host, Edoardo Tancioni, deciphers the third chapter of the Doha Programme of Action (#DPoA), delving into the four action areas to reach structural transformation: productive capacity development; infrastructure development; connecting to global and regional value chains, strengthening their services economy and trade, and; support private sector development.

Websites: www.un.org/ldc5/doha-programme-of-action

Hashtags: #CapitalMusings | #DPoA

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