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LDC

Abbreviation for:
leucocyte differential count
lidocaine
Local Dental Committee  
lysine decarboxylase
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Officially launched by the EIF at the WTO's Committee on Trade and Development's Aid for Trade meeting on 19 February, the Trade for Development News platform serves as a forum for LDC governments and stakeholders to share their successes, challenges and strategies for enhancing LDC participation in global trade.
The report develops a three-dimensional framework on infrastructure, affordability and skills to help LDCs identify challenges and accelerate growth to bring more people online.
Furthermore, weak logistics and trade facilitation systems and a pervading lack of competitiveness add to the challenges that LDCs face in graduating.
Strengthening institutional and enterprise capacities lies at the heart of this area of work, as well as supporting LDCs at the upstream level of policy and institutional frameworks to mobilise greater investment and increased transparency in management for energy infrastructure.
iii) Despite the substantial opening of India, especially to LDCs, the scope for exploiting this concession is limited by the low demand in the Indian market for export products of South Asian LDCs.
The examinations are scheduled by end of this month (September 2017) for 1315 candidates which included 388 Assistants, 465 UDCs and 462 LDCs.
2 per cent of their Gross National Income (GNI) to LDCs, a commitment which was reaffirmed today at the conference.
Obliging LDCs to make available patents for medicines would instead give a blow to companies like Uganda-based (but Indian) Cipla Quality Chemicals Ltd, which locally produces and sells generic antiretrovirals and anti malaria drugs.
The Fourth United Nations Conference on the Least Developed Countries (LDC-IV) in Turkey in 2011 adopted the Istanbul Programme of Action (IPoA) for the LDCs.
The list of LDCs is reviewed every three years by the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations, in the light of recommendations by the Committee for Development Policy (United Nations, 2011a).
Unfortunately thin, inefficient capital markets in the poorest LDCs are typically unable to satisfy even the capital needs of indigenous companies, this providing an FDI disincentive for MNCs.
It stressed that while national development rested with the LDCs themselves, support from the international community was crucial to reduce poverty in these countries.