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Call to Action: Global Forum on Inclusive Trade for LDCsAid for Trade
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EIF hosting forum on inclusive trade for Least Developed CountriesAid for Trade
At the WTO from 13-14 June, the Enhanced Integrated Framework (EIF) is convening its first Global Forum on Inclusive Trade for Least Developed Countries (LDCs), with representatives from more than 40 of the 51 LDCs and recent graduates coming together to act on trade
Daniel Blockert: On fostering resilience, and lifting up women and small businesses in Least Developed CountriesAid for Trade
Ahead of his departure from Geneva, Ambassador to the Permanent Mission of Sweden to the WTO and EIF Steering Committee Chair Daniel Blockert speaks of key sectors for impact in Least Developed Countries (LDCs) and the importance of sustainable solutions
Launch of news portal to raise awareness of trade development in Least Developed CountriesAid for Trade
The world’s 47 poorest countries are home to 13% of the global population, but account for only 1% of global trade. With the launch of a new portal entitled Trade for Development News, the Enhanced Integrated Framework (EIF) is angling to provide a voice for Least Developed Countries (LDCs) on their successes, challenges and ways forward in tackling a US$92.9 billion trade gap.
Small country, big future: A Trade Policy Review of The Gambia, at-a-glanceAid for Trade
The WTO's Trade Policy Review of The Gambia, taking place within the first year of the new administration, was an opportune time to reflect on the state of the economy and deliberate on the type of policies and actions that could help the country better participate in global trade
Ratnakar Adhikari: Enhancing partnerships for better, more inclusive tradeAid for Trade
Least Developed Countries (LDCs) face obstacles to improving their trade capacity, but there are opportunities on the horizon
Coordinating on trade in VanuatuAid for Trade
On 29 May 2012 Willie Luen was preparing to emcee one of the most important meetings of his life. He remembers that the room — a hotel conference room in Port Vila, the capital city of Vanuatu — was so packed with people that the windows were starting to fog up.