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This issue of Commonwealth Trade Hot Topics examines the growth of mobile technology in Sub-Saharan Africa, and the resultant implications and prospects for strengthening trade and regional integration.
This issue of Commonwealth Trade Hot Topics will focus only on non-tariff measures (NTMs) as they fall within the non-agricultural market access (NAMA) pillar of the Doha Development Agenda (DDA) negotiations in light of the WTO 10th Ministerial...
This issue of Trade Express focuses on the support provided by the Commonwealth Secretariat’s Trade Competitiveness Section to the Government of Barbados in order to revitalise the services sector in the country through the development of a National...
Small states face significant hurdles in securing the potential benefits of trade to their economies and in protecting themselves against trade practices and rules that harm their interests. This study explores the systemic issues and challenges...
This issue of Commonwealth Trade Hot Topics is discusses the adjustment of SVEs to the multilateral system, and presents approaches to be considered at the Nairobi WTO Ministerial Conference in December 2015 and beyond.
This issue of Commonwealth Trade Hot Topics analyses the experience and challenges of implementing the CARIFORUM-EU EPA, and draws broad policy lessons for other trade agreements.
This issue of Commonwealth Trade Hot Topics analyses small states' trade with developing countries and discusses the way forward. Due to unavailability of data on bilateral trade in services, the analysis presented here focuses on merchandise goods.
Regional integration through regional value chains (RVCs) can help sub-Saharan Africa to trigger structural transformation in its economies. The leather and leather products (LLP) industry provides a tremendous opportunity for the region to form RVCs...
This issue of Commonwealth Trade Hot Topics examines the broad economic impact of the outbreak of the Ebola virus in 2014–15 on the three countries at the epicentre of the crisis –Guinea, Liberia, Sierra Leone – with particular focus on Sierra Leone,...
This issue of Commonwealth Trade Hot Topics takes stock of negotiations for the liberalisation of environmental goods and services, and outlines the major issues for consideration by Commonwealth small states. The paper identifies options for...
Debt burdens in Commonwealth small states have grown rapidly within the last decade, particularly in the Caribbean, and are now at unsustainable levels. This discussion paper outlines four Commonwealth proposals to help address the debt and financing...
The high debt burdens of small states, particularly countries in the Caribbean, are seriously hampering international efforts to build resilience against the effects of climate change. This discussion paper introduces the Commonwealth multilateral...
This issue of Commonwealth Trade Hot Topics examines aspects of investment provisions being considered as part of two mega-regional arrangements – the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) and the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) – and...
This paper analyses empirically whether Aid for Trade (AfT) programmes have assisted the process of structural transformation in African countries. It first analyses the impact on trade flows and trade costs, which are the main channels of...
The international community is meeting in July 2015 to agree on the financing framework to underpin the UN post-2015 development agenda, scheduled to be adopted in September 2015. The OECD-DAC contribution – a set of proposals for reforming the...
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