EU Sugar Harvest Expanding as Nestle Says Supply Running Short

  Aug. 25 (Bloomberg) — The European Union’s sugar-beet crop, the world’s largest, will be the biggest in six years, at a time when Nestle SA and other food companies say supplies are running short. EU beet growers will harvest […]

Global foreign direct investment raises 5 per cent in 2010

According to the study, however, FDI flows at the end of the year were still some 15 per cent below their pre-crisis average and nearly 37 per cent below their peak in 2007. The United Nations Information Center (UNIC) in […]

Horn of Africa: UN Steps up Efforts to Bring Urgent Relief to Millions in Need

  NEW YORK–(ENEWSPF)–21 July 2011. The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) said today it will start airlifts within days to get vital supplies into Somalia, which is bearing the brunt of the humanitarian crisis in the Horn of Africa, and […]

Australia assists least developed countries to benefit from the global trading system under WTO’s EIF

Australia will contribute $2 million under the World Trade Organization’s Enhanced Integrated Framework (EIF) to assist the world’s poorest countries to integrate into the global trading system.   Foreign Affairs Minister Kevin Rudd and Trade Minister Craig Emerson announced the […]

Global aid for trade efforts vital for boosting development

Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today appealed to donors to maintain their support for “Aid for Trade” efforts to help developing countries, especially the poorest, accelerate development and benefit from global economic growth.   Aid for Trade is an initiative launched by […]