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Towards a new trade policy on market access for Cambodia: Identifying a positive agenda among challenges and opportunities
03 July 2019
World Trade Organization Room A
Geneva, Switzerland

Key Issues

The Cambodia Trade Integration Strategy (CTIS) 2019-2023 was launched in Geneva, Switzerland by the Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Cambodia at the 2019 Aid for Trade Review. The annual Review was held under the theme “Supporting Economic Diversification and Empowerment for Inclusive, Sustainable Development through Aid for Trade”.

UNCTAD drafted the CTIS chapter on market access and rules of origin.

Language(s):English
Contact:
Mr. Stefano Inama
 
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UNCTAD aims to contribute to the establishment of permanent capacity at the Ministries of Commerce of ASEAN LDCs to design and implement a new trade policy, and manage and successfully lead trade negotiations at multilateral and regional level, as well as implement the commitments deriving such from trade agreements.

For more information on UNCTAD's work, please see: https://unctad.org/en/Pages/ALDC/Technical%20Assistance/Trade-Policy-and-Strategy-for-ASEAN-LDCs.aspx.

Covid-19 Advisory
 
In view of the current situation concerning the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), it has been decided in the public interest to postpone all UNCTAD meetings scheduled in May 2020, including those listed below. New dates will be communicated in due time.
  • Multi-year Expert Meeting on Trade, Services and Development (5 to 6 May 2020)
  • Short course for Geneva-based delegates - Para 166 (8 May 2020)
  • Multi-year Expert Meeting on Investment, Innovation and Entrepreneurship for Productive Capacity-building and Sustainable Development (13 May 2020)
  • UNCTAD ad-hoc meetings
 
Please consult the information on COVID-19 for meeting participants here.
 
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