Commodity Atlas

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United Nations Publications, 2004 - Business & Economics - 50 pages
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Despite increasing globalisation and liberalisation of trade production in some developing countries, the majority still depend on commodity exports as a main source of economic development. In order to achieve the the UN Millennium Development Goals, particularly that of reducing world poverty by half by 2015, major reform of commodity production and trade will be required, including broadening market access, reducing the use of agricultural subsidies, and improving both productivity and competitiveness in developing countries. This publication has been produced by UNCTAD and the Common Fund for Commodities with the aim of providing accessible data analysis on commodity production and trade which can be used by governments, industry, the media, civil society and the public at large as the basis for discussions on policy reforms.
 

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Contents

Foreword
60
Citrus fruit
66
Copper 1213
1999
Fishery products 1819
2006
Iron ore 2425
1997
Lead 2829
2000
Sugar 3839
2008
Tropical timber TT 4445
2016
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