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This issue of Commonwealth Trade Hot Topics examines several aspects of the so-called ‘single undertaking’ principle of WTO negotiations subject to possible ‘early agreements’. The first section focuses on the nature of these ‘early agreements’ and...
The service sector has become increasingly important in national output and employment of developing and least developed countries (LDCs). For many of these economies, services constitute a fast growing and often-dominant sector in gross domestic...
The importance of the quality of goods to be consumed and of the packaging that protects them cannot be underestimated and is in fact paramount for their successful export to global and regional markets. Sierra Leone has long recognised that the poor...
This issue of Commonwealth Trade Hot Topics assesses the impacts of the economic downturn on small Commonwealth economies, and discusses some of the macroeconomic challenges they face in dealing with shocks emanating from the global slowdown. The...
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.
This issue of Commonwealth Trade Hot Topics reflects on one aspect of the trade-related implementation agenda of SDG14. Around 90 per cent fished to full capacity or over fished. In order to overcome this tragedy of the commons, securing a...
The discussion on improving disciplines on fisheries subsidies and making a contribution towards sustainable fishing and managing global fisheries has been ongoing at the World Trade Organization (WTO) since the WTO Doha Ministerial Conference held...
The definition of social protection and what it might encompass is currently a contested space for ‘framing’ the debate and practice. Who is making the decisions about its nature and the responses? Who controls what ‘social protection’ means?This...
South Africa’s trade policy is generally more outward-oriented than that of its Southern and Eastern African neighbours. However, despite its very bold liberalisation commitments in its General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT) offer in 1994, and...
This issue of Commonwealth Trade Hot Topics highlights some broad WTO-related factors that need to be considered as a post-Brexit UK reinstates the sovereignty of its trade policy. Given that there is uncertainty about almost every possible type of...
Small states and low-income countries (LICs) face significant challenges in their efforts to export services. They are primarily interested in supplying services from one country to another (also referred to in WTO jargon as ‘Mode 1’ or ‘cross-border...
Since 2003, international prices of a wide range of commodities have surged upwards in dramatic fashion, in many cases more than doubling in the space of a few years or even months. Unlike other commodities, surging food prices are of special concern...
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...
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...
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