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Trade Facilitation Helps Developing Countries Get a Leg Up

10.24.2016
By Lindsey Klaassen This piece originally appeared on the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Above the Fold blog.  Developing countries tend to experience higher costs to trade and are ill-equipped to navigate through the mire of international border requirements. The World Trade Organization (WTO) establis...

Trade Facilitation in the Trans-Pacific Partnership

10.18.2016
By Michael Merriam In recent months, research on global trade has been divided over the effects of a long negotiated trade partnership for twelve Pacific Rim nations. Signed by Australia, Brunei, Canada, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore, the United States, and Vietnam, t...

Boosting Integrity in Global Trade

05.06.2016
This post originally appeared on the Corporate Compliance Trends blog. Mutually beneficial exchange of goods and services is at the heart of David Ricardo’s comparative advantage argument and Adam Smith’s The Wealth of Nations. Over the centuries, such exchange through commerce has conn...

The Importance of Trade Liberalization for Developing Countries

08.05.2013
Sergio Daga was part of the CIPE-Atlas Corps Think Tank LINKS  Fellowship, and served at the Heritage Foundation. Countries trade with each other because trading typically makes a country better off. In international trade competition occurs at the firm level, while citizens of every country can ...

CIPE International Youth Essay Competition – Deadline March 1st

02.09.2009
We here at CIPE know that young people can be a powerful force for change! They bring to the table a new perspective on old issues and have innovative ideas as to how to solve the socio-economic and polictial impasses that they encounter everyday. However, youth often lack an avenue to bring these i...
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