*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. The Session was opened by the new Belgian Secretary General Isabelle Durant. She highlighted the contribution of competition rules in the context of developing countries to ensure the development of SMEs and incentives to innovate, while noting that globalization has been marked by an explosion of financial flows and the digital economy: direct investment flows have exceeded $ 1.7 trillion in 2016, while Internet commerce is asserting itself as an alternative to traditional forms of distribution and access to consumer goods. Speaking a few weeks after the annual conference of the International Competition Network (ICN) held a few weeks earlier in Oporto
CASE COMMENTS: INTERNATIONAL POLICIES – UNCTAD – COMPETITION POLICY – DEVELOPMENT
Competition policy: The Intergovernmental Group of Expert on Competition policy of the United Nation Conference on Trade and Development meets in Geneva trying to impose new working themes in international cooperation (UNCTAD)
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