*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Established by the UNCTAD secretariat in 2010, the Research Partnership Platform (RPP) held its sixth informal meeting, conducted at the Palais des Nations in Geneva, on the margins of the Competition Rules Review Conference (see above). Designed by the UNCTAD secretariat to bring together competition authorities, competition authorities, NGOs and private companies, the RPP is in many ways modelled on the working methods of the International Competition Network, an organization similar to an NGO since its creators in 2001 did not wish to give it a legal personality. The RPP aims to provide a platform for collaboration between business communities,
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UNCTAD : The Public and Private Partnership Research Platform gathers as a side event to the Seventh UN Review Conference and discusses on the concept of competitive neutrality in the context of international trade and development
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