All Blog Posts Tagged '#Trade' (114)

Erinch Sahan: Behind the Brands - What Progress One Year On?

 

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Michael Gidney: Fairtrade Fortnight - Why Cheap Bananas Threaten Farmers Futures

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Jodie Keane: A New Role for the WTO

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Jon Lomoy: Aid for Trade - A Success Story?

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Dirk Willem te Velde: What’s at stake this week in Bali? And where next?

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Ruth Stanley: Trade Facilitation – Everyone’s a Winner

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Justine Greening MP, UK Secretary of State for International Development: Development in transition

 

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Multipreneurship

The Int. Journal of Teaching and Case Studies seeks case studies to the special issue "Teaching Entrepreneurship through Multipreneurship Case Studies" (http://www.inderscience.com/info/ingeneral/cfp.php?id=2125 ). 



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Monitoring for sustainable and effective results

Many Government Organizations (GO), Non Government Organizations (NGO), Business Organiazations and international Aid Agencies work in many countries for social and economical development. There are various types of projects and programs implemented for developing the socio-economic conditions of…

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Nice Work? Are supply chain workers taking the strain in the economic downturn?

 

 

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Gunnar Oom, State Secretary, Sweden: Swedish Aid for Trade

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Garment fire, knock-offs and goodwill toward humankind

Just as many of us began our most intense shopping weeks of the year, news broke about a garment factory fire in Bangladesh. One hundred and twelve workers died because they could not escape. A week later we heard that $3 million worth of knock-offs, including toys stuffed with dog fur, were discovered here in Canada. We were collectively appalled and disgusted. How could our retailers buy products made by people working in such poor conditions? How could they try to sell us products that…

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Alive & Kicking – Africa’s Ball Maker Enters New Markets



Photo: © Alive and Kicking.  Herve Renard, Zambia national team coach, meets and A&K Stitchers.…

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