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Top 20 Developing Country Suppliers to the United Nations
Top 20 Developing Country Suppliers to the United Nations
Top 20 Developing Country Suppliers to the United Nations
Top 20 Developing Country Suppliers to the United Nations
Top 20 Developing Country Suppliers to the United Nations
Top 20 Developing Country Suppliers to the United Nations
Top 20 Developing Country Suppliers to the United Nations
Top 20 Developing Country Suppliers to the United Nations
Top 20 Developing Country Suppliers to the United Nations
Top 20 Developing Country Suppliers to the United Nations
Top 20 Developing Country Suppliers to the United Nations
Top 20 Developing Country Suppliers to the United Nations
Top 20 Developing Country Suppliers to the United Nations
Top 20 Developing Country Suppliers to the United Nations
Top 20 Developing Country Suppliers to the United Nations
Top 20 Developing Country Suppliers to the United Nations
Top 20 Developing Country Suppliers to the United Nations
Top 20 Developing Country Suppliers to the United Nations
Top 20 Developing Country Suppliers to the United Nations
Top 20 Developing Country Suppliers to the United Nations
Top 20 Developing Country Suppliers to the United Nations
Top 20 Developing Country Suppliers to the United Nations
Top 20 Developing Country Suppliers to the United Nations
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Top 20 Developing Country Suppliers to the United Nations

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Of the $15.4 billion worth of goods and services the United Nations procured in 2012, 62 percent were from developing countries and countries with economies in transition. Here are the top 20.

Of the $15.4 billion worth of goods and services the United Nations procured in 2012, 62 percent were from developing countries and countries with economies in transition. Here are the top 20.

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  • 1. Of the $15.4 billion worth of goods and services the United Nations procured in 2012, 62 percent were from developing countries and countries with economies in transition. Here are the top 20.
  • 2. Read more about U.N. procurements: • UN procurements from developing countries continue to grow • Online — the future of procurement? • UNOPS helps UN effort to boost interagency procurement collaboration

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