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The revision of the EU Strategy on Aid for Trade

Events | Published on 20-07-2017

San Bilal

The Committee on Development (DEVE) of the European Parliament together with the Committee on Intern [...]

Can the EU better support job creation in developing countries?

Events | Published on 27-10-2016

San Bilal

ECDPM's San Bilal will moderate a session on Aid for Trade.

Aid for Trade - Keeping it effective in a post-2015 era

Events | Published on 26-01-2016

Where to put the emphasis, how to expand partnerships, how to enhance effectiveness, how to improve [...]

Has Aid for Trade helped African economies achieve structural transformation?

GREAT Insights Magazine | Published on 30-11-2015

While some changes have occurred in patterns of exports from Africa, it cannot credibly be attribute [...]

Aid for Trade works

GREAT Insights Magazine | Published on 30-11-2015

The 10th Ministerial Conference of the World Trade Organization (WTO) offers an opportune moment to [...]

Aid for Trade – not just about aid, nor trade...

Blog | Published on 09-07-2015

Bruce Byiers

The fifth Global Aid for Trade review last week was good on people but not so great on content. Thre [...]

The role of Aid for Trade in trade agreements

Blog | Published on 29-06-2015

San Bilal

As the international community gathers for the 5th Global Review of Aid for Trade (AfT) at the WTO i [...]

5th Global Review of Aid for Trade

Events | Published on 27-05-2015

Bruce Byiers | Jeske van Seters | San Bilal

The Fifth Global Review of Aid for Trade will be held at the WTO from 30 June to 2 July 2015. The th [...]

Farmers Fighting Poverty in a Changing Context

Publications | Published on 01-05-2015

Bruce Byiers


How Will the EU's Private Sector Strategy Play Out?

Blog | Published on 18-06-2014

Bruce Byiers

Having spent an average of €350 million ($477 million) per year on private sector development over [...]