EU Aid for Trade and Agriculture.

Over  the  past  decades  EU  agricultural  trade  policy  has  shifted  away  from  interventionism  and  toward neoliberalism (Orbie 2007). Policies like export stabilisation schemes, non-reciprocal trade preferences and commodity protocols have all been abandoned, to be replaced by more market-oriented counterparts that conform to the World Trade Organization (WTO) rulebook. Sugar is an . . . → Read More: EU Aid for Trade and Agriculture.

Global perspectives on effectiveness of aid for trade.

International trade can be a powerful driver for economic growth, poverty reduction and long term  sustainable  development.  For  many  developing  countries,  especially  least  developed countries, trade related bottlenecks, such as lack of market information, ineffective policies, weak private  sector,  poor  institution  and  infrastructure,  prevent  them  to  integrate  and  compete  in  the global . . . → Read More: Global perspectives on effectiveness of aid for trade.