Commonwealth Trade Review series
Flagship reports from the Commonwealth Secretariat's International Trade Policy section. Each edition explores a topical issue which shows how international trade can help member countries to achieve economic growth, poverty reduction and social progress. The Secretariat is committed to promoting a development-friendly global trading system that creates greater trading opportunities for developing countries while also strengthening their national and regional capacities to trigger and sustain export responses from the poorest and most vulnerable countries, including small states (SS), least developed countries (LDCs) and Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA).
Commonwealth Trade Review 2018: Strengthening the Commonwealth Advantage: Trade, Technology, Governance
The theme of Commonwealth Trade Review 2018 is ‘Strengthening the Commonwealth Advantage: Trade, Technology, Governance’. It presents new empirical findings, rich insights and practical recommendations on how to boost the ‘Commonwealth advantage’ in trade and investment.
Commonwealth Trade Review 2015: The Commonwealth in the Unfolding Global Trade Landscape
Fundamental changes are taking place in the global trade landscape, and the Commonwealth, with its diverse membership, is adapting to and coming to terms with these changes. Offering insightful perspectives on topical issues that can contribute to promoting the role of trade in development, Commonwealth Trade Review 2015 addresses these issues.
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