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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...
A large number of Commonwealth and Francophonie (CF) countries experience economic disadvantages in view of the interaction between small domestic markets in conjunction with unfavourable geographical location related to distance from global hubs of...
The international community met in Istanbul, Turkey, on 9–13 May 2011 to forge a ten-year programme of action for the 48 least developed countries (LDCs). This will be the fourth such programme in as many decades. Only three countries have ever...
Almost all of world trade relies on access to trade finance. Yet in many countries there is a lack of domestic capacity in the financial sector to support trade, and also a lack of access to the international financial system. The impact of these...
Historically, technology has served as a critical driver of globalisation, underpinning the rapid expansion in world trade and driving human progress, raising living standards and welfare, and precipitating transformative improvements in human...
This issue of Commonwealth Trade Hot Topics explores whether agricultural subsidies grouped under the 'green box' (GB) category cause production and trade distortions. It reports the extent to which GB subsidies have increased over time in the...
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 provides a perspective from the World Trade Organization (WTO) on the benefits that would accrue to the least developed countries (LDCs) with the successful conclusion of the Doha Round of multilateral...
Small island developing states (SIDS) have common economic challenges and are faced with high costs for energy, infrastructure, transportation, trade logistics and public administration. These challenges are increasingly undergirded by new concerns...
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