Monthly Archives: November 2016
The University of Adelaide’s Institute for International Trade will have the pleasure of hosting the Adelaide launch of The Australia China Joint Economic Report (ACJER) on the morning of Friday, 18 November 2016. The ACJER is an independent policy report authored by leading researchers in both Australia and China. It draws policy conclusions to guide […]
On Wednesday, 2 November the Institute for International Trade had the pleasure of hosting a delegation from The Ministry of Village, Development of Disadvantaged Areas and Transmigration from Indonesia. This visit provided a valuable opportunity for us to learn more about the Ministry’s ambitious strategy for achieving local economic growth based on local produce, and […]
This year’s course commenced October 17 in Cape Town with 23 participants. After an intensive 2 week training period covering 3 Modules, the officials sat for their first exam earlier this week in the Trade 5000 course.
“Time to admit that the WTO’s day is done” was the headline on a piece by Zoe McKenzie in this newspaper last week. Certainly, nobody would deny that progress in the Doha Round has so far been unsatisfactory and that there is more scepticism about trade liberalisation in many parts of the world than 25 […]