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Análise Global de 2019

Aid for trade is designed to help developing countries meet the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by connecting them in a sustainable manner to the global trade system. Indeed, SDG target 17.11 specifically calls for doubling the share of Least Developed Country (LDC) exports by 2020. However, many are being left behind. Their collective share of world trade remains below one percent and export baskets tend to be concentrated in a narrow set of low value-added products.


In the lead up to the biennial Aid for Trade Global Review, which will take place at the World Trade Organization on 3-5 July 2019, this series of short analytical articles explores some of the key trends and policy discussions impacting LDCs. The collection is structured along the event's themes of economic diversity, inclusive trade and emerging issues. It is intended as an impartial platform for dialogue among experts and stakeholders that adequately reflects LDC priorities.



Esta série política foi financiada pelo Governo australiano por meio do Departamento dos Negócios Estrangeiros e do Comércio. Os pontos de vista expressos na presente publicação são da exclusiva responsabilidade do autor e não refletem necessariamente as perspetivas do Governo australiano.



Junho 11, 2019 - David Luke, Heini Suominen

A Zona de Livre Comércio Continental Africana: o despertar de uma nova era

A Zona de Livre Comércio Continental Africana (ZLCCA) irá transformar a forma como África atua no comércio, esperando-se que o comércio intra-africano aumente 15% a 25%, ao passo que o impulso dado ao comércio de bens industriais irá acelerar a diversificação das economias africanas.