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.
Yesterday, TOP and the All Party Parliamentary Group on Agriculture and Food for Development co-hosted a panel of experts to discuss the topic “Farming Subsidies [...]
Global Trade A Trade System for the 21st Century 9-10 June 2014 Chatham House, London As the World Trade Organisation (WTO) achieves its first breakthrough [...]
Yesterday, TOP co-hosted a lively seminar discussion with CAFOD, raising awareness of the key role of the private sector and especially SMEs in driving development [...]
“Economic development is, without question, the only way countries can leave behind enduring and chronic poverty for good,” said Secretary of State for International Development, [...]
TOP Co-Chair Peter Lilley chaired an event hosted by the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association this afternoon, which explored the role that trade is likely to play [...]