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 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 [...]
Foreign Office Minister for Africa Mark Simmonds and International Development Secretary Justine Greening formally launched the High Level Prosperity Partnerships (HLPP) last night, together with [...]