UNCTAD signs MoU with ports of Cork and Dublin

Ports sitting on opposite sides of a future Brexit border on the island of Ireland have signed a new agreement with UNCTAD, reaffirming their commitment to work together to help counterparts in Africa and Asia boost productivity.

A four-year memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the UN trade body was signed between the ports of Cork and Dublin, both located in the Republic of Ireland, and the port of Belfast in Northern Ireland. All three are longstanding partners of UNCTAD’s TrainForTrade Port Management Programme.


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