United Nations Industrial Development Organization

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United Nations Industrial Development Organization

Also called UNIDO or ONUDI. An organization created by the United Nations in 1966 and charged with helping developing countries accelerate the pace of their industrialization. It also performs the same services for countries transitioning from communism to the free market.
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She added that the UNIDO is implementing a number of projects in various Egyptian governorates.
Shakeel appreciating the role of UNIDO for taking many initiatives for economic empowerment of women further said that ICCI would like to work closely with UNIDO for capacity building and skills development of women entrepreneurs.
Economy Minister Sariyev noted the country's potential in production of construction materials, stone processing in particular, and asked UNIDO to consolidate efforts in this sphere.
UNIDO conducts its activities in two independent and coordinated formats.
UNIDO ITPO- UK is offering a complete business package for pounds 1,695(normal cost pounds 5,695).
Established in 1966, UNIDO comprises 169 member states.
ITC and UNIDO have already begun work on a large-scale regional programme on trade facilitation in Central America, to tackle specific technical barriers to trade in production areas with critical export potential.
According to UNIDO Director-General Carlos Magarinos: "If Africa can process just half of its agricultural produce into finished and semi-finished exportable goods, it can do a great deal to increase its income and improve the standard of living of its peoples while creating employment.
UANI calls on UNIDO to end its partnerships and cooperation with sanctioned Iranian regime entities, and for UN member states to withhold funding to UNIDO until such action occurs.
The sixteenth session of the UNIDO General Conference, taking place from 30 November to 4 December in the Vienna International Centre (VIC) in the Austrian capital, will focus on sustainable industrialization for shared prosperity as a means to implement the new United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
The workshop is follow-up of study of "Feasibility Study for Setting up A Pilot Guarantee Fund for SME Sector in Pakistan" which was conducted through private sector consultant under the UNIDO project "Investment Promotion Unit".
Mohammad Alamgir Chaudhry, Chief Executive Officer of the Small and Medium Enterprises Development Authority (SMEDA) said while addressing a consultative workshop jointly organized by UNIDO and SMEDA on "Need of a Credit Guarantee Scheme for SMEs".