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Study tour materials

 

altFor the third consecutive year, a group of 28 students from the University of International Business and Economics, People’s Republic of China, accompanied by two academics, attended a one-week training programme at Geneva-based international organizations September 24-28.

The programme of the Virtual Institute study tour was tailored to cover international economic, business and legal topics of special relevance to China.

 
 
 
 
Monday, September 24

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Tuesday, September 25

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Wednesday, September 26
  • Intellectual property and economic development, Intan Hamdan‐Livramento, Economics and Statistics Division, WIPO
  • Protection of copyright and related rights, Gao Hang, Director, Copyright Development Division, WIPO
  • Protection of patents, trademarks, industrial designs and geographical indications Tshimanga Kongolo, WIPO Academy
  • Teaching and training programmes of the WIPO Academy, Martha Chikowore, WIPO Academy
  • Transport and trade facilitation, Jan Hoffmann, Trade Logistics Branch, Division on Technology and Logistics, UNCTAD
  • Transport Costs, Transport Connectivity, and Competitiveness, Jan Hoffmann, Trade Logistics Branch, Division on Technology and Logistics, UNCTAD
  • Climate change and trade, Robert Hamwey, Trade, Environment, Climate Change and Sustainable Development Branch, Division on Trade, Services and Commodities, UNCTAD

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Thursday, September 27

 

Friday, September 28

Simulation exercise on FDI, Kalman Kalotay and Michael Lim, UNCTAD

 

 

 

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