All-Party Parliamentary Group on Trade Out of Poverty (APPG-TOP)
raises awareness of how trade can be a route out of poverty
and researches ways of enabling poor countries to achieve inclusive growth through trade.

10 Commonwealth policy priorities for trade and development

March 16th, 2017|

The Commonwealth, with its historic links between states, a population of 2.3 billion, a combined economy of more than $10 trillion and annual GDP growth [...]

High Level Roundtable on Africa & the WTO Trade Facilitation Agreement

March 1st, 2017|

The All-Party Parliamentary Group for Trade Out of Poverty (APPG-TOP), in collaboration with the UK Government’s Trade Policy Group, a joint Department of DFID, DIT [...]

Launch of the Final Report of the AFTi Inquiry

October 17th, 2016|

Launch of the Final Report of the AFTi Inquiry The United Kingdom’s Africa Free Trade Initiative (AFTi) was launched in 2011 to help African countries [...]

Written Evidence

April 22nd, 2016|

Written Submissions We received written submissions supporting the Inquiry into UK's Africa Free Trade initiative from the following individuals and organisations. Full list [...]

Hearings: Inquiry into the UK’s Africa Free Trade initiative: Evidence from Rt Hon Andrew Mitchell MP

April 22nd, 2016|

Evidence from Rt Hon Andrew Mitchell MP Former Secretary of State for International Development 2010-2012    

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