Unlocking Africa’s trading potential, especially intra-African trade, is now recognised by both governments and the private sector as being critical to accelerating the scope and pace of regional integration and economic growth in Africa. Removing trading constraints will improve regional competitiveness, increase access to international markets, and reduce poverty.This is the focus of the next event in the 2010 Event Series from…See More
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Tuesday, 14 July, 17.30 to 19.00 followed by reception (Registration from 17.00).Event sponsored byPeace and economic growth and closely related. How can policy makers maximize the impact of private sector for both peace and development?Speakers:Diana Klein, Peace Building Issues Programme, International AlertAndrew Bone, Head, International Relations, De BeersLisa Curtis, Adviser, ManoCapChair:Simon Maxwell, Senior Research Associate,…See More
"G'day from the friendly shores of the Kingdom of Tonga! Excellent now we can share some ideas and experiences! Okay, so your doing research fieldwork? Where are you based? I am based here in Tonga working for the govt, a tiny pacific island…"
Tuesday 23rd June, 18.00 to 19.30 followed by reception (Registration from 17.45).Event sponsored by ShellPartnerships between businesses, governments and development actors are tackling constraints in the investment climates of developing economies and helping business to invest in ways that contribute more to development. What can government do to best support business? And how can business help governments to build capacity and develop appropriate…See More
G'day from the friendly shores of the Kingdom of Tonga! Excellent now we can share some ideas and experiences! Okay, so your doing research fieldwork? Where are you based? I am based here in Tonga working for the govt, a tiny pacific island nation amidst the shores of the pacific ocean. Do you have any development success stories?
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