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The objectives of the project were to strengthen capacity of national experts and academic institutions to train public and private sector professionals, civil society groups and the public at large in the aspects of international trade appropriate to Russia's WTO accession and increased...
In 2000, Department For International Development (DFID) agreed to a 3-year program of technical assistance to support capacity building in the Ministry of Economic Development and Trade (MEDT) in Russia; the reform of trade-related legislation to make it more consistent with WTO Agreements; and...
The main goal of this successfully completed CIDA-funded project was assisting Russia to participate more effectively in the international trading system. The project focused on short-term technical assistance to the Russian MEDT on WTO accession issues such as transparency, consultation and trade...
CTPL and CTPL Moscow signed a contribution agreement with the Department for International Development (DFID) for a short-term project with the Russian government. The project consisted of preparing recommendations for Russia's participation in the WTO ministerial conference in Seattle (December...
This program funded by CIDA encompassed a broad range of elements including: institutional capacity development, trade policy training and advisory services, and formation of collaborative research and other linkages. Selected achievements included the creation of a independent think-tank in Russia...
CTPL implemented the CIDA-funded multi-year project to assist Ukraine with its accession to the WTO and its more effective participation in the international trading system. The project addressed the short-term technical assistance needs of the Ukrainian Ministry of Economy and European Integration...
Canadian Bureau for International Education (CBIE) contracted CTPL to provide five months of policy and legal advice to the Ukrainian government in support of its accession to the WTO. The assistance included direct policy advice on specific issues through discussions with government officials, as...
Objective: “To reinforce the ability of EU and Canadian companies to leverage their core competencies, the environment within which they operate must be as productive as possible. The enhanced productivity and competitiveness that directly flows from trade and investment liberalization would,...
This CIDA-funded project focused on facilitating the successful accession of Georgia, Azerbaijan, and Armenia to the World Trade Organization (WTO) and assisting in the development of further domestic capacity for effective participation in the WTO once the countries become members. The project...