A Practical Contribution for Aid for Trade

It is widely acknowledged that trade is a strong growth engine. Yet, for trade liberalization to have a positive impact on development and on poverty reduction a strong supply response to reform efforts is needed. Historical evidence shows that manufactured exports often stimulate faster growth than other types of export. So it appears that what form trade takes does matter.

SPS Compliance: a requisite for agro-industrial exports from developing countries

UNIDO responded to the Doha Development Agenda by realigning its technical assistance work, strengthening strategic partnerships with other trade-related agencies—World Trade Organization (WTO), International Trade Centre (ITC) and Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO)—and initiating its new Trade Capacity-Building Programme (TCB).

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