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WTO Regional Trade Policy Course take place in Mauritius

6 July 2018

The WTO Regional Trade Policy Course (RTPC) took place over a period of 8 consecutive weeks, from 14th May to 6th July 2018 in Mauritius.

Mexico’s ITAM University launches new book on WTO dispute settlement

Mexico’s ITAM University launches new book on WTO dispute settlement

3 May 2018

A new book entitled “Public Private Partnership for WTO Dispute Settlement: Enabling Developing Countries” was launched at Mexico’s Instituto Tecno

Trade workshop takes place at Tunis Business School

21 March 2018

A trade workshop for the Middle East and North Africa region was held at the Tunisian Academy of Sciences, Letters and Arts, Beit El Hikma, in Cart

Southern African DSM user group gathers for 3rd annual conference

13 March 2018

TRADE, together with TRADE Advisory, conducts regular workshops and refresher sessions for the growing TRADE-DSM® user base, which is drawn from na

TRADE and TRADE Advisory take the DSM to Rwanda

7 March 2018

Expanding and diversifying its exports has become an urgent priority for the government of Rwanda, a country that has been attracting increasing in

2017 WCP Annual Conference held in Buenos Aires, Argentina

7 December 2017

The 2017 WCP Annual Conference was held in Buenos Aires, Argentina on 6-7 December, prior to the WTO's 11th Ministerial Conference (MC11).

Saint Petersburg State University hosts workshop on WTO customs rules

23 November 2017

A three-day introductory workshop on customs and market access issues took place from 21-23 November at the Saint Petersburg State University in th

Workshop on trade and inclusive growth takes place at University of Jordan

16 October 2017

WTO specialists in development issues participated in a workshop on 16-19 October entitled “Trade and Inclusive Economic Growth” at the University

Course on trade and climate change takes place at Latin American Faculty of Social Sciences in Buenos Aires

7 October 2017

Twenty participants from Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Nicaragua and Puerto Rico took part in a three-day course on trade and climate chang

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