The Role of China’s Pilot Free Trade Zones in Promoting Institutional Innovation, Industrial Transformation, and South-South Cooperation (UNCTAD, 2023)

Nov 30, 2023 | Publications

The India-UN Development Partnership Fund, a $150 million financial mechanism, champions innovative, Southerndriven, demand-responsive and transformative sustainable development initiatives across the developing world. Remarkably, within just six years, the Fund has cultivated a portfolio of 76 development projects, collaborating with 54 developing countries through 13 United Nations entities.

It is one among numerous initiatives undertaken by India for fellow developing countries, serving as a beacon of hope in the collective pursuit of Sustainable Development Goals. It is administered by the United Nations Office for South-South Cooperation as the global and United Nations system-wide promoter, enabler and facilitator of South-South cooperation.

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