LDCs must break vicious circle to save post-2015 agenda — UNCTAD

Despite strong economic growth, human development in the world's least-developed countries is still lagging and can jeopardize the post-2015 agenda, according to a new UNCTAD report. An expert with the U.N. agency proposes a holistic vision to address the problem.

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  • Diederik Kramers

    Diederik Kramers is a freelance correspondent in Brussels covering EU and NATO affairs. A former spokesperson and communications officer for UNICEF and UNHCR, he previously worked as foreign desk and Eastern Europe editor for the Dutch press agency ANP and as editor-in-chief of the Dutch quarterly Ukraine Magazine.