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This issue of Commonwealth Trade Hot Topics focuses on the integration of small economies in value chains in the agrifood, seafood, and textiles and apparel sectors in the case of goods, and in tourism as well as IT and business process outsourcing...
This issue of Commonwealth Trade Hot Topics offers a preliminary insight into what it means for developing country governments to commit to investor-state dispute settlement, and how this commitment entails linkages to their development policy space...
This paper briefly discusses the macroeconomic effects of low international oil prices and places particular emphasis on the policy implications for Commonwealth countries. It draws on recent studies by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and World...
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...
The final paragraph of the ministerial declaration of the 10th World Trade Organization (WTO) Ministerial Conference, held in Nairobi, Kenya, created the possibility of bringing so-called ‘new issues’ to the WTO. Whilst the declaration does not...
The prospect of the UK formulating its own trade policy following Brexit is likely to have implications for the existing Economic Partnership Agreements (EPAs) between the European Union (EU) and some African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) countries,...
This issue of the Commonwealth Trade Hot Topics examines the outcome of the 11th World Trade Organization Conference at the end of 2017 and assesses the technical and strategic way forward for least developed countries, small, vulnerable economies...
Drawing on the negotiations and other developments that transpired in the run up to MC11 and thereafter, the paper underlines four core directions to be considered while giving shape to a revamped LDC agenda. First, the de facto dissolution of the...
This issue of Commonwealth Trade Hot Topics reports on a recent Commonwealth study on the impact of recent and further preference erosion, and the policies and measures that are required to increase the effectiveness of preferences.
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.
The European Commission has tabled proposals for the major reform and liberalisation of the EU Sugar Regime, starting in 2005, and for completion in 2008. A substantial reduction in sugar exports and support for exports, reduction of domestic price...
Public procurement constitutes a major part of public expenditure in many African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) states as it typically includes expenditure on, among other things, transport and communications infrastructure, and construction of public...
This issue of Trade Hot Topics presents recent evidence that shows that least developed countries (LDCs) are not making encouraging progress on specific targets set out in the Istanbul Programme of Action (IPoA), adopted at the Fourth United Nations...
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