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This issue of Commonwealth Trade Hot Topics reports on a recent study findings prepared for the Commonwealth Secretariat on the economic impact of China and India on SSA, and on the policies and strategies that are required to enhance the ability of...
This issue of Commonwealth Trade Hot Topics considers the competitiveness aspect of the impact of climate change on exports from African LDCs. While LDCs are known to be vulnerable to climate change consequences, relatively little attention has...
Around three-quarters of all African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) goods exported to the EU receive no tariff preferences. These are the goods that are subject to no tariffs on a ‘Most Favoured Nation’ (MFN) basis, regardless of the trade regime under...
The Lisbon Treaty which came into force on 1 December 2009 alters institutional arrangements and the distribution of responsibilities within the European Union. Despite being an internal EU change it is certain to produce external effects.   Although...
The Lisbon Treaty which came into force on 1 December 2009 alters institutional arrangements and the distribution of responsibilities within the European Union. Despite being an internal EU change it is certain to produce external effects. Although...
Written by an expert on local government financing, this Discussion Paper explores the likely short-term and long-term effects of the global financial crisis on local government bodies.   Andrew Nickson also suggests that the crisis provides an...
This issue of Commonwealth Trade Hot Topics explores the policy implications for African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) states in taking advantage of the Aid for Trade initiative.   The Trade Hot Topics series provides concise and informative analyses...
This issue of Commonwealth Trade Hot Topics considers the potential impact of future liberalisation in the EU on Windward Islands producers, and the scope for reform and donor-funded assistance.   The Trade Hot Topics series provides concise and...
Drawing on case studies from a variety of sectors and countries, this issue of Commonwealth Trade Hot Topics examines how political economy factors can affect the efficient functioning of markets even in the presence of liberalised trade regimes, and...
This Discussion Paper examines key trends in Commonwealth urbanisation and sets out areas for future research into the state of Commonwealth cities in the twenty-first century, to provide an evidence-base for urban policy, funding and development.
This issue of Commonwealth Trade Hot Topics discusses the factors favouring the adoption of a new approach to International Investment Agreements to help ensure foreign investment contributing to the achievement of development objectives in host...
This issue of Commonwealth Trade Hot Topics reviews the arguments for and against maintaining the WTO’s decision-making structures and surveys alternative suggestions regarding the conduct of multilateral trade negotiations. The Trade Hot Topics...
This issue of Commonwealth Trade Hot Topics seeks to highlight some of the relevant concerns surrounding the challenges of achieving a high-value outcome at the upcoming United Nations Conference on Least Developed Countries (UNLDC IV) which will be...
This issue of Commonwealth Trade Hot Topics summaries the difficulties associated with effective stakeholder participation in trade policy-making in selected Sub-Saharan African countries and makes some recommendations to address the challenges.  ...
This issue of Commonwealth Trade Hot Topics provides an overview of the policies adopted in response to the recent financial crisis and considers the policy options faced by different countries. For the largest Commonwealth countries which have...
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