An opinion piece by the Institute for International Trade’s Senior Program Manager, Jim Redden, was published in The Australian today on the role of Aid-for-Trade and how the private sector can assist low-income communities in developing countries to do business and trade their way out of poverty: Click here to view the article.
The Institute for International Trade hosted a national dialogue on The Role of the Private Sector in Development and Aid for Trade on July 19, 2013. The dialogue brought together representatives from the private sector, universities, non-governmental organisations and government – state and federal – to discuss a range of issues and challenges related to […]
On Friday 19 July, the Institute for International Trade will be hosting a National Dialogue on the Role of the Private Sector in Development and Aid for Trade. Registration by invitation only and is required for attendance. Go to the Conference Website now.