Trade Out of Poverty (TOP)
Trade out of Poverty explores how trade can be a means to reduce poverty, and researches ways of enabling developing countries to achieve inclusive growth and prosperity through trade and investment.
Public Seminar: Outcomes and Implications for Developing Countries from the 10th WTO Ministerial Conference
16:00 - 18:00, 22 February 2016, Committee Room 16, House of Commons Keynote speaker: Mr. Joakim Reiter, Deputy Secretary-General, United Nations Conference on Trade & Development Chair: Rt Hon [...]
Yesterday, TOP and the African All Party Parliamentary Group co-hosted a panel of experts to discuss the topic “Economic Partnership Agreements: The Final Countdown”. In [...]
While the extractive industries continue to drive the private sector in Africa, small players are floundering in the trade finance market, imposing major constraints on [...]
“Trading out of Poverty in East Africa – Making it Happen” – TOP event with Saana Institute and TradeMark East Africa
Last week, TOP and the Saana Institute co-hosted a panel event to discuss the importance of boosting trade to support development and regional integration in [...]