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Trade Strategy Programme

Last updated: 28/07/2022
IATI Identifier: GB-1-205260


To support developing countries use trade to achieve economic growth and poverty reduction. The programme will provide analytical, evidence-based research, and trade diagnostics tools and databases. The programme activities aim to build the trade capacity in 72 developing countries to better integrate into the global trading system in order to enhance their economic development. The research and knowledge will support developing countries to gain access to global markets as well as inform policy making decisions contributing to achieving poverty reduction, integral to DFID’s Economic Development Strategy. The programme will also provide financial and technical support to develop sustainable trade strategies that will have a positive impact on poor people’s lives through the promotion of private sector development and job opportunities.


The country, countries or regions that benefit from this Programme.
Developing countries, unspecified
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Status Implementation

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Programme Spend

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Programme data last updated on 28/07/2022