UNIDO ITPO Tokyo published its Annual Report 2018.
Annual Reports by UNIDO Headquarters and UNIDO ITPO Tokyo can be downloaded as a PDF file.
UNIDO ITPO Tokyo published its Annual Report 2017.
UNIDO ITPO Tokyo published its Annual Report 2016. The year 2016 coincided with the 50th anniversary of the establishment of UNIDO, and the 35th anniversary of the establishment of UNIDO ITPO Tokyo. Observing these important milestones, UNIDO ITPO Tokyo continued to promote Inclusive and Sustainable Industrial Development (ISID) through various activities such as investment and technology promotion programmes, conferences, and seminars. We invite you to read on for further information.
UNIDO ITPO Tokyo published its Annual Report 2015. In 2015 UNIDO ITPO Tokyo actively carried out its programmes to attract foreign direct investment and technology transfer to developing and emerging countries.
Sustainable assessment of metal industries for policy advice. The case of the Philippines, Thailand, Indonesia and Viet Nam
UNIDO published a working paper titled “Sustainable assessment of metal industries for policy advice. The case of the Philippines, Thailand, Indonesia and Viet Nam”.
UNIDO published a working paper titled “Competitive Industrial Performance Report 2014”. The report is an analytical publication of the UNIDO Statistics Unit based primarily on its own data sources. The CIP continues to grow in scope and coverage. The present CIP index’s data coverage has increased from 137 economies in the preceding 2013 report to 147.
UNIDO ITPO Tokyo published today its Annual Report 2014, which covers a range of programmes and activities undertaken in 2014 promoting Japanese investment and technologies targeting inclusive and sustainable industrial development in developing and emerging economies. We hope you enjoy the report.
UNIDO published a study titled “Industrial development in North African countries – A statistical profile”. The study is authored by Mr. Jaime Moll de Alba, UNIDO representative in the Kingdom of Morocco, and covers Algeria, Egypt, Libya, Morocco, Tunisia and Sudan.