This publication sets out the UN's annual analysis of current trends and emerging policy issues in the world economy. The first part of the survey looks at the global economic position in 2003, the delayed recovery following the earlier global economic downturn, and the factors likely to determine its course in the near term. The second section examines the links between economic policies and poverty reduction strategies in the light of the Millennium Development Goals. Issues considered include: a framework for evaluating relationships between development, economic policy and poverty; macroeconomic and trade policies; market-based approaches to rural development in sub-Saharan Africa; and poverty in transition countries.Trends and Policies in the World Economy United Nations. inal and real terms. The region ... Export volumes are expected to advance by about 2 per cent in 2003, reflecting the moderate recovery of international trade. Imports are expected toanbsp;...
|Title||:||World Economic and Social Survey 2003|
|Publisher||:||United Nations Publications - 2003-01-01|