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The United Nations’ Trade and Development Report

Growth, Debt, and Climate: Realigning the Global Financial Architecture

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The United Nations’ Trade and Development Report
The United Nations’ Trade and Development Report


2023年11月07日 下午12:30 – 下午2:00

HKU iCube, Two Exchange Square, 8 Connaught Pl, Central, Hong Kong


The event will discuss the UN’s flagship annual report on the global economic outlook. This year’s report projects stalling growth in the major economies, particularly in Europe, and highlights growing risks from the global environment for emerging economies, including trade and debt challenges. The report makes recommendations for policymakers to go beyond monetary policy to help the global economy, and advocates for reform of the global financial architecture to support greater mobilization of climate finance and reduce debt burdens in those vulnerable economies.

Sponsored by the HKU APEC Study Center.

The Speaker and Panellist - Mr. Richard Kozul-Wright

Director of the Division on Globalisation and Development Strategies, 


Moderator - Prof. Heiwai Tang

Director of Asia Global Institute, 

Associate Dean, 

HKU Business School

Panellist - Ms. Helen Dai

Tanoto Foundation AsiaGlobal Fellow,

Senior Global Engagement Manager (Health Sector),

Australian Trade and Investment Commission

Venue: HKU iCube, 4005-4007, 40/F, Two Exchange Square, Central

Language: English

Mode: Face-to-face Sharing



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