Trade Policy Issues
Asian Development Bank Institute | March 2002
The ADB Institute conducted a capacity-building workshop on 'Trade Policy Issues' in Singapore from 25 February to 1 March 2002. The workshop was co-hosted with the Technical Cooperation Directorate (TCD), Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Singapore and the Economics and Research Department of the ADB. Twenty-eight middle- to senior-level government officials and chamber of commerce and industry officials from 14 ADB developing member countries in South Asia, South East Asia and the People's Republic of China, attended the workshop. Dr. R. B. Adhikari, Senior Capacity Building Specialist, ADB Institute designed and coordinated the workshop, which featured prominent resource speakers from the academia, governments, research institutes and multilateral organizations. The workshop's central goal was to strengthen the participants' understanding of the various global and regional trade policy issues, particularly in the context of the outcomes of the Doha Ministerial Meeting and their economic implications for the Asian countries.
CitationAsian Development Bank Institute. 2002. Trade Policy Issues. © Asian Development Bank Institute. http://hdl.handle.net/11540/6587.
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