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Delivering Sustainable Support to Trade Policy Making: A Practicioner's View in the Case of Rwanda

GREAT insights magazine | Published on 01-11-2013

Nick Charalambides | Armin Lalui

This note outlines the approach taken by the Long Term Technical Assistance (LTTA) of Trade Mark East Africa (TMEA), implemented by Imani Development, within the Rwandan Ministry of Trade and Industry (MINICOM) to providing capacity building and technical assistance.

Delivering sustainable support to trade policy making: A practitioner's view in the case of Rwanda

Publications | Published on 08-11-2013

Nick Charalambides | Armin Lalui

Good trade policy development is dependent on capacity of system of actors, not just capacity of individuals. Effective trade policy capacity strengthening should be aligned with national development priorities and focus on decisions that have to be made. Technical expertise used to develop te...


The Private Sector's Perspective, Priorities and Role in Regional Integration and Implications for Regional Trade Arrangements

Publications | Published on 05-09-2005

Nick Charalambides

Regional trade arrangements in Southern and Eastern Africa have been characterised by countries’ multiple and overlapping membership in different regional integration initiatives. With COMESA, EAC and SADC each being mandated by their member states to become customs unions, the pattern of ov...