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CIPE Supported Partner Report on Port Reform Cited in Bloomberg

11.15.2018 | CIPE in News
Bribes, Beatings and Gridlock at Ports Choke Nigeria Economy Congestion, delays at ports cost Nigeria $19 billion a year President Buhari says that the situation is a ‘major concern’ The lines of aging blue, red and yellow trucks begin almost 6 miles (10 kilometers) from the gates of Nigeri...

Women In Business Marks Second Anniversary

11.08.2018 | CIPE in News
This article was originally published in the Papua New Guinea Post Courrier.   Women In Business Marks Second Anniversary PAPUA New Guinea Women’s Business Resource Centre which is a joint initiative of the United States and the Australian Government continues to support local PNG women vent...

CIPE Partner Interviewed for Macedonian Radio Show

10.18.2018 | CIPE in News
While traveling with CIPE Program Officer for Europe Martina Hrvolova to Macedonia in order to review CIPE’s pilot entrepreneurship training program for the country’s youth, representatives of the William Davidson Institute (WDI), Stephen Brand and Kristin Babbie Kelterborn, recorded a podcast w...

CIPE Op-Ed on Uzbekistan Featured in Jerusalem Post

10.01.2018 | CIPE in News | Eric Hontz, Caroline Elkin
This article originally appeared in the Jerusalem Post’s Opinion section. Along the Silk Road, Uzbekistan Branches Out Israel can gain a stable, Muslim- majority ally to the east of Iran and profitable opportunities for its agriculture and tech. What do you think about when you think of Uzbeki...

CIPE Report Presented to Nigeria’s Minister of Industry, Trade and Investment

09.26.2018 | CIPE in News
Enemelah Calls for Increased Public-Private Sector Collaboration This article originally appeared on This Day’s Business page.  Learn more about the report, titled “Nigeria: Reforming the Maritime Ports.”   The Minister of Industry, Trade and Investment, Dr. Okechukwu Enelama...

CIPE Report on Good Governance Quoted in Vanguard Africa

08.29.2018 | CIPE in News | Kim E. Bettcher
Being An Opposition Leader Isn’t A Crime This article was originally published in Vanguard Africa’s “Africa Watch” project.  CIPE’s report “How Good Governance Got a Bad Name – and Why Governance Still Matters,” by Kim Bettcher, is quoted.   In t...

CIPE Nigeria Project Highlighted in Conference Address

08.20.2018 | CIPE in News
This article originally appeared in Business Day and was written by Sikirat Shehu.   Kwara commits N2.25bn to SMEs’ capacity development Julius Babatunde Agboola, Kwara State commissioner for commerce and cooperatives, has said that the state government has injected over N2.25 billion in st...

Global Alliance for Trade Facilitation Project to Support Brazilian Trade

08.07.2018 | CIPE in News
This article originally appeared on the website TradeFacilitation.org. Today (6th August) in São Paulo the Global Alliance for Trade Facilitation and Brazil’s National Institute of Metrology, Quality and Technology (INMETRO) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to mark the launch of a new ...
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