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Koen Rossel-Cambier uploaded a new Document 2 March 2016

This brochure aims at summarising the findings of evaluations of three international trade-assistance programmes implemented by the European Commission and the ACP Secretariatover the period 2002-2014:

Caroline Garcia posted Information 11 December 2014

The FAO[1] defines Ecolabelling as a market-based tool to promote the sustainable use of natural resources. Ecolabels are seals of approval given to products that are deemed to have fewer impacts on the environment than functionally or competitively similar products.

02
Mar
From
2 March 2015 to 6 March 2015
in (Mauritius)
Organised byTBT Programme, ARSO

The 2nd meeting of the ARSO Technical Harmonization Committee on African
traditional medicine will take place in Mauritius from the 2nd until the 6th
of March 2015. 

The results of the deliberations, obtained during the 1st Tecnical
Harmonization Committee in Nairobi, are now being incorporated into the
Committee draft standards and will be presented for consideration as Final
Draft Standards at the second THC 13 meeting to be recommended for adoption
in accordance with the African Standards Harmonisation Model (ASHAM).

24
Apr
From24 April 2018
in Genève (Switzerland)
Organised byUN/CEFACT - UNECE

On 24th April, it is going to be five years since the Rana Plaza’s tragic collapse of a gar

Przemysław Musiałkowski uploaded a new Document 29 May 2018

This report evaluates the degree of the usage of electronic documents and paperless procedures along all stages of the supply chain in international trade and logistics in the EaP Partner Countries, as part of the EU initiative on the Harmonisation of the Digital Markets (HDM) in the Eastern Part

Improving intra-African trade is increasingly on the radar as a crucial factor in the continent’s sustainable development, and donors are getting involved to support public-private dialogue and provide technical assistance. We hear from TradeMark East Africa’s Annette Mutaawe Ssemuwemba on reducing barriers to trade, ensuring sustainability, and the impact this work is having for women traders.

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