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Istanbul Programme of Action: Global support sought to fulfil commitments

The global community should extend all possible support towards smooth graduation of the LDCs from its status by delivering on all the commitments of the Istanbul Programme of Action (IPoA). LDCs’ graduation should be deemed an accomplishment rather than an eventuality that ought to be avoided. The remarks came from …

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Bangladesh in need of second generation policies and intervention for agricultural transformation

Bangladesh needs to prioritise agricultural marketing and labour productivity while agricultural productivity needs a raise as it is one of the best proven ways to hasten structural transformation. The observation emerged from a policy dialogues titled “Bangladesh’s Agriculture and Structural Transformation” convened by Centre for Policy Dialogue (CPD) in association …

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Technological upgradation, human capital formation, skill development, required for country’s RMG prospects

Bangladesh’s textile and garment sectors are in need of human resource development, infrastructural upgradation, and significant policy impact in order to take a journey towards raising productivity for structural transformation of the country. The importance of manufacturing as a ladder for Bangladesh to move upward towards being a middle-income country, …

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CPD Dialogue held as Bali WTO Ministerial side event

  Centre for Policy Dialogue (CPD) organised a dialogue on “Integrating Trade Issues in Post-2015 International Development Framework: Ongoing Debates and Potential Opportunities,” on the side lines of the Ninth WTO Ministerial Conference (WTO MC9) on Thursday, 5 December 2013. The dialogue was organised as part of the Bali Trade …

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CPD session at Bali Trade and Development Symposium

The Centre for Policy Dialogue (CPD) is organising a dialogue on “Integrating Trade Issues in Post-2015 International Development Framework: Ongoing Debates and Potential Opportunities,” as part of the Bali Trade and Development Symposium (TDS) at the Ninth WTO Ministerial Conference in Bali, Indonesia, to be held on 3-6 December 2013. …

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CPD-CMI Research Colloquium held on 10-11 March 2013

Centre for Policy Dialogue (CPD) organised a Research Colloquium in collaboration with the Chr. Michelsen Institute (CMI), Norway, based on the findings of the various studies conducted under the ongoing CPD-CMI Research Cooperation Programme. The two-day eventwhich was held on 10-11 March 2013 discussed the following three thematic issues: (1) Finance for Local Government: An Elusive …

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Effective Channelling of Global Value Chains Required for Equitable Growth and Sustainable Development: Stressed Speakers at the Conference

As trade is increasingly being carried out through global value chains (GVCs), there is a need to make these work in a manner which will lead to more inclusive and equitable growth and sustainable development. Experts said this in a two-day international conference on Value Chains for Inclusive Development: Lessons …

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CPD Organises Session at the WTO Forum 2012

CPD organised a session on Least-developed Countries at the Crossroads: Status Quo or Sustainable Development at the WTO Forum 2012 on 24 September 2012 in Geneva, Switzerland. The session was moderated by Dr Debapriya Bhattacharya, Chairman, LDC IV Monitor and Distinguished Fellow, CPD along with Mr Josip Pervan, Senior Policy …

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