Ethiopia and Trade Policy
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- The developmental impact of Asian drivers on Ethiopia with emphasis on small-scale footwear producers
- T. Gebre-Egziabher / Wiley Online Library, 2009
- This paper examines the developmental impact of China and India on Ethiopia by examining macro-level trade, investment and aid relations, and micro-level impacts on local small-scale footwear producers in Ethiopia. Both secondary and ...
- The structure and dynamics of cut flower export markets from Kenya and Ethiopia
- B. Perry / Norwegian Institute for International Affairs, 2012
- The flower trade from Kenya and Ethiopia has brought direct financial benefits to both countries which contribute to agricultural GDP. Moreover it has brought substantial indirect benefits in the form of employment, organisational and...
- Overcoming overlapping membership and other challenges to enjoy the benefits of the COMESA Customs Union
- J.L. Mambara / Trade and Development Studies Centre – Trust, Zimbabwe, 2007
- COMESA's goal is the establishment of a free trade area, a customs union, a common market and ultimately an economic union. COMESA is home to 10 of the poorest countries in the world - Angola, Burundi, Ethiopia, Malawi, Mozambique, Rw...
- Benchmarking for pro-development monitoring of economic partnership agreements
- A. Wauye; M. Juma / ACP-EU-Trade.org, 2007
- This report summarises the findings from a workshop held in Nairobi in April 2007 on “Benchmarking for Pro-Development Monitoring of the Negotiation and Implementation of an East and Southern African Countries (ESA) - EU Economi...
- A summary of Ann Harrison’s Globalisation and Poverty
- M. Nesvisky / National Bureau of Economic Research, USA, 2007
- A non-technical summary of a book titled Globalisation and Poverty edited by Ann Harrison. It questions whether globalisation spreads wealth. The book concludes that the poor will benefit from globalisation if the appropri...
- Are farmers reaping the benefits of agricultural diversity in Ethiopia?
- R. Feyissa / Fridtjof Nansen Institute, 2006
- Recent years have seen the integration of farmers' rights into the wider issue of plant genetic resources conservation. The 2001 International Treaty on Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture (ITPGRFA) legally binds the dome...
- Impacts of trade liberalisation on children and young people in Peru and Ethiopia
- P. Pereznieto; N. Jones / Young Lives, 2005
- This brief looks at the ways in which trade liberalisation can impact on children, and uses two case studies, Peru and Ethiopia, to verify how these impacts play out in practice. The paper argues that the effects that structural polic...
- Sugar industries in least developed countries: profiting from ‘Everything but Arms’
- Leonela Santana Boado / id21 Development Research Reporting Service, 2004
- Guaranteed high prices are increasing sugar production in many of the worlds least developed countries. The possibility of duty and quota free access to European markets in 2009 is attracting foreign investment. Proactive govern...
- Unofficial cross-border trade benefits poor people in east Africa
- Peter Little / id21 Development Research Reporting Service, 2004
- In many African states cross-border trading is a major economic activity. Unofficial cross-border trading in east Africa often represents the only type of exchange as poor infrastructure limits official trade between neigh...
- Recommendations on trade issues of interest to East African countries
- Southern African Regional Poverty Network, 2004
- This report presents the findings of a workshop aimed at strengthening the capacity of East African trade policymakers and negotiators, as well as other stakeholders in pursuing their objectives in trade negotiations following the Jul...