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01
SEP
2017

Project: Midterm evaluation of the Myanmar Trade Development Programme and formulation of Myanmar National component of ARISE Plus 

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JUL 2017 – SEPT 2017

International Economics, through its CEO as team leader, is assisting the EU Delegation in Myanmar to conduct the identification and formulation of the Myanmar National component of the ARISE Plus Programme under MIP Asia 2014-2020. 

The project aims to contribute to the enhancement of inclusive economic growth in Myanmar by enabling the country to take advantage of its reintegration into the world trading system including ASEAN, and the opportunities for trade and investment, while the specific objective is – in both the public and private sector – to improve the capacities for developing and implementing trade policy initiatives.
The expected results of the programme as a whole are:

(i) the enhancement of the capacities of private and public actors, in trade policy analysis, formulation and implementation,
(ii) the swift movement of legitimate trade in goods is facilitated,
(iii) the insurance that Myanmar’s sanitary and phytosanitary standards (SPS) comply with SPS Agreement and meet EU requirements in selected sectors, and
(iv) the development of the national quality infrastructure aimed at reducing barriers to international trade.

21
APR
2017

Independent Evaluation of SITA Africa: Supporting Indian Trade and Investment for Africa

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NOV 2016 – OCT 2020

International Economics is a partner of OPM to evaluate SITA Africa, and to learn lessons from DFID’s first South-South Aid for trade (AfT) and value chain programme. Its aim is to harness Indian resources (knowledge, technology, capital) to increase higher value-added exports from selected African countries to the Indian market, and also third markets.
The evaluation’s objective is to estimate SITA’s contribution to programme outcomes, and determine its overall impact.

10
MAR
2017

Design of the National Export Strategy – Sri Lanka

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MAR – APRIL 2017

International Economics’s CEO is providing technical advice to ITC in the design of the National Export Strategy (NES) for Sri Lanka. ITC is the implementation agency of the EU funded project. The overall objective of the project is to contribute to Sri Lanka’s inclusive trade-led growth and regional integration through the increased trade competitiveness of Sri Lankan SMEs.
The support will be provided in a series of export and sector-related diagnostics, contributions to the elaboration and presentation of technical presentations during the consultations, and support to the elaboration of a consolidated Strategic Trade Development Roadmap (STDR).

08
MAR
2017

Targeted Support to EAC for the Implementation of the Tripartite FTA Agreement-Trade Policy and Export Development to the EU Market

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FEB 2017 – FEB 2018

International Economics, in Consortium with Cardno Emerging Markets Belgium, is providing support for the beneficial integration of the East African Community (EAC) States into the world economy, thereby contributing to sustainable development and poverty reduction in these states.
This project, part of the TradeCom II Programme (EC), aims to develop a Framework for the elimination of Non-Tariff Barriers (NTBs) and improve monitoring of the implementation of the framework, as well as foster trade development and expansion under the Tripartite FTA. Under the second component of the project, the Team will develop an EAC Export Promotion Strategy (2017-2030) and create awareness of the trading opportunities, in particular for women and youth entrepreneurs.

08
MAR
2017

Targeted Support to PIFS to build capacity for Mainstreaming Trade Policy Frameworks (TPFs) and overall Trade Agenda in the Pacific Region, and to Niue for the Implementation of its TPF

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FEB – DEC 2017

This project is part of the TradeCom II Programme (EC), and International Economics, in consortium with Cardno Emerging Markets Belgium, is contributing to sustainable economic development and poverty reduction in the PIF countries through closer regional economic integration and increased participation in the global economy.
The project has two main purposes; firstly at the regional level the objective is to support the Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat’s trade mainstreaming agenda of the PACPS through the effective use of the National Trade Policy Frameworks. At the national level, the project aims to support the Government of Niue to implement its National TPF.

08
MAR
2017

Project: Impact assessment of the EU-VFTA

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AUG 2016 – APRIL 2017

This project is part of the EU-MUTRAP programme and International Economics is working together with DMI to assist the Ministry of Industry and Trade to update the Impact Assessment Study of the EU-Vietnam FTA originally conducted in 2014, and to detail impact in key sectors.
The purpose of the EU-MUTRAP programme is to support the Ministry of Industry and Trade in developing institutional capacity for policymaking, policy consultation, and the negotiation and implementation of the commitments in trade agreements, with a particular focus on the EU. The objective of this assignment is to raise the awareness of Vietnam’s decision makers and industries on the adjustment measures they could take, as well as support their ability to identify better trade strategies.

08
MAR
2017

Project: Identification and Formulation of the Cambodian Envelope of Support to ASEAN

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SEPT 2016 – MAY 2017

International Economics, through its CEO, is assisting the Delegation of the European Union to Cambodia in the identification and formulation of a trade-related assistance programme for Cambodia, which will strengthen the capacity of the country to further the government’s current national and regional trade programmes and enhance the trade facilitation and logistics policies and plans.
The project aims to assist in the design of the Cambodia National component of the ASEAN Connectivity Focal Sector, within the context of the Asian Regional Indicative Programme (2014-2020), as well as supporting the SME internationalisation process through improved inclusiveness of SMEs in the formulation and adoption of policies linked to trade.

08
MAR
2017

Project: Preparation of a Concept Note for the African Green Revolution Forum

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AUG – SEPT 2016

International Economics, through its CEO, provided technical advice to the ITC coordination meetings with potential partners to prepare a concept note for the African Green Revolution Forum.
The aim of this assignment was to draft a concept note focusing on: opportunities for exporting pulses from Kenya and Tanzania to India, current challenges that should be addressed, and solutions through the channel of an integrated approach from partners and buyers, as well as policymakers in East Africa.

08
MAR
2017

Preparation of a Policymakers’ Handbook on E-Commerce and Digital Trade for LDCs, small states and Sub-Saharan Africa

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OCT – DEC 2016

International Economics was contracted by the Commonwealth Secretariat to prepare a policymaker’s handbook from the perspectives of capacity-constrained countries, such as least developed countries (LDCs), small states and sub-Saharan Africa.
The objective of the project is to help with the capacity development of Commonwealth small states, LDCs, and sub-Saharan African states to ensure that they can participate effectively in global work on e-commerce, particularly in the context of the WTO work programme, as well as with discussions in other trade fora with a view to safeguarding and promoting their interests.

08
MAR
2017

Study on the impact of “Brexit” on EU-ESA trade and investment relations

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AUG – SEPT 2016

The Indian Ocean Commission requested International Economics to conduct a study to analyse the impact of Brexit on EU-ESA trade and economic relations.
The work included a study of the significance of the UK in EU-ESA trade and investment relations, an assessment of the risks related to Brexit, and the likely way in which future EU-UK institutional relations will work. The team analysed several possible scenarios of Brexit and provided recommendations to the IOC in order to prepare and address the possible scenarios.

28
JUL
2016

Project – CADFund-DFID-ITC Partnership for Investment and Growth in Africa (PIGA)

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MAY 2016 – DEC 2016

International Economics, through its CEO, is assisting ITC in the design phase of the project, which aims at enhancing trade and investment between China and Africa.

The project includes the following activities: 1) Providing technical advice to the ITC programming mission to assess the needs and priorities of participating countries for technical assistance under the main phase of PIGA, 2) Formulating a comprehensive project logical framework, 3) Writing the detailed project document, and 4) Writing specific parts of the Business Case, as required by the DFID internal approval and validation process.

Check out more information on this project here.

28
JUL
2016

Paul Baker lectures at the University of Barcelona’s IELPO LL.M.

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07th – 08th APRIL 2016

For a third year running, Paul Baker, CEO and founder of International Economics, is a faculty member on the Master of Laws in International Economic Law and Policy (IELPO LL.M.) at the University of Barcelona in Spain. His course, entitled “Practical Tools for Policy Modelling and Legal Foundations to Negotiate Trade Agreements,” took place over two days this year, 7th-8th April 2016. Paul lectured alongside Dr David Luff, partner of the boutique international law firm, Appleton and Luff.
The course focused on analytical models to simulate the outcome of policies and trade agreements through legal and regulatory impact assessments. The topics covered the use of international trade databases, data analytics tools, and partial and general equilibrium models, among others.
Paul also is a visiting lecturer for master’s students at the Foreign Trade University and Vietnam National University.

Paul Baker teaches at IELPO

Paul Baker lectures at IELPO

07
JUN
2016

Project – Design of a National Export Strategy (NES)

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FEB 2016 – MAR 2016

ITC is developing a National Export Strategy for Mauritius. International Economics, through its CEO, is supporting the diagnostic process, consultations and elaboration of the documents comprising the National Export Strategy (NES).

In particular, the work will include designing and drafting of the Main NES document and the strategy for internationalisation of Mauritian SMEs in the global economy.

27
JAN
2016

Project – Study on the impact of the Interim Economic Partnership Agreement (iEPA) on the ESA signatory countries and the setting up of an EPA fund

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SEPT 2015 – MAR 2016

International Economics is working with Agriconsulting Europe S.A. to conduct the first study to be initiated under the framework of the Interim Economic Partnership Agreement (iEPA) in the ESA sub-region. The study, funded by the European Commission aims to contribute to the economic development and regional integration of the four beneficiary countries (Mauritius, Seychelles, Zimbabwe and Madagascar) through improved trade relationships between them and the EU. It involves four main activities: (1) a comprehensive impact assessment of the iEPA Agreement on trade with the EU; (2) an assessment of the adjustment costs and development needs arising for the four states from implementing the iEPA; (3) the development of strategies and action plans to implement the iEPA Agreement; and (4) a proposal of the modalities for the establishment of an EPA fund to support the countries in implementing the agreement.

17
SEP
2015

Project – Joint Evaluation of the TradeMark East Africa (TMEA) programme

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AUG 2015 – DEC 2017

As part of a joint consortium, International Economics is conducting a Joint Evaluation of the Trade Mark East Africa (TMEA) programme. Since 2010 TMEA has been working to support the growth of trade in East Africa, and this project will assess how successful it has been in achieving its intervention output, trade outcome and poverty impact objectives. The core objectives of the evaluation include:
(1) assessing all causal links and the robustness of underlying assumptions (including links between trade, growth and poverty reduction); (2) analysing and, to the extent possible, measuring the impact of the regional integration aspects on regional trade, growth and poverty (particularly on the key stakeholders – men and women separately, poor and vulnerable groups, as well as traders and consumers), and sustainability; (3) assessing the effectiveness of the TMEA programme, including its organisational effectiveness, and whether it represents Value For Money; and (4) identifying lessons learnt that are relevant beyond TMEA, such as insights on enabling and constraining factors, and critical actions and gaps which would be generalisable to future programmes or other contexts. Specifically, the CEO of International Economics is the workstream leader of the team undertaking a trade and growth impact study.

15
SEP
2015

Project – Horticulture Trade Enhancement and Certification in Rwanda

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SEPT 2015 – APR 2016

International Economics is leading a consortium to support the Rwanda Private Sector Federation (RPSF) to improve exports, competitiveness and market access of Rwanda’s horticulture products. The project, funded by the ACP-EU TBT Programme in Brussels involves: (1) a situation analysis and needs assessment of the horticulture producers and exports; (2) capacity building and trainings for local service providers and trainers from National trade-related organisations on food safety and quality, good agriculture practices, export quality management system, and access to markets; and (3) trainers coaching to small-scale farmers able to apply for the Global G.A.P. certification.

15
SEP
2015

Project – Study of Trade Policy Framework for Botswana

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AUG – NOV 2015

In the summmer of 2015, International Economics, through its internal staff and an external consultant, began assisting the Ministry of Trade and Industry in reviewing Botswana’s existing trade policy framework and preparing a draft revised National Trade Policy. The project involves: (1) carrying out an in-depth assessment of Botswana’s trade performance; (2) identifying economic, policy and institutional constraints facing the country; (3) recommending possible policy measures and options to address these constraints; and (4) providing the first draft of the revised National Trade Policy document with an implementation matrix and through a presentation at a stakeholder workshop in the country.

12
MAY
2015

Project – Consultancy Service to Develop Rwanda’s Market Access Strategy and Implementation

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MAY – JUNE 2015

International Economics has been contracted to design a Market Access Strategy and implementation plan for entering European markets and build linkages with European institutions to increase Rwanda’s exports. The overall objective of the EU funded project is to undertake a detailed analysis on consumer demand, market segmentation, purchasing power and pricing, distribution and the supply chain, and coverage and the support system in the targeted markets. International Economics team of experts will design and effective market entry strategy for Rwanda in each European market as well as an implementation plan that aims to diversify Rwanda’s exports to European markets and that ensures its exports their sustainability.

12
MAY
2015

ZABS Standardisation and QMS – Final workshop on WTO TBT Agreement and presentation of project findings in Lusaka, Zambia

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25th – 26th MARCH 2015

Since November 2014, International Economics is implementing in cooperation with IBF and under the ACP-EU TBT Programme, a project aiming at supporting the Zambia Bureau of Standards (ZABS) in the field of Standardisation and Quality Management Systems (QMS). The purpose of the project was to upgrade the existing capacities of the Zambia Bureau of Standards in terms of standardisation and management systems and support the accreditation process of key proficiency testing facilities.

After 4 months of implementation, a validation workshop on WTO TBT Agreement was held in Lusaka, Zambia on 25th and 26th March 2015. The event was the occasion to sensitise public and private economic operators on TBT principles and obligations and also aimed at presenting the project’s key findings and recommendations as well as ZABS’ Draft Standards Strategy. This validation workshop was a good occasion to assess and better understand the needs of the private sector in terms of obstacles and barriers to export and trade and was also the opportunity for participants to provide further inputs and to ensure that their needs are properly addressed by the National Quality Policy under development.

The event conveyed 43 participants from the Zambian Government, Zambian Trade Associations, NQI related institutions, academia and the industry.

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Participants and Speakers of the workshop, Lusaka – Zambia

08
APR
2015

Tanzania – Value Chain Roadmaps and Sector Strategy

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APRIL – DEC 2015

International Economics, through its Director, Paul Baker, is assisting ITC in the implementation of a DFID funded project “Supporting India’s Trade Preferences for Africa” (SITA) that aims at increasing business transaction values between India and selected East African countries (Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda, Uganda and Tanzania). More specifically, International Economics is supporting the ITC Export Strategy advisers in elaborating trade performance diagnostics, value chain analyses and strategic opportunities analysis in each of two (2) value chain roadmaps (Leather and Pulses) and one (1) sector strategy (Sunflower) for Tanzania.

08
APR
2015

Draft the National Quality Policy in Botswana and support economic operators/exporters to comply with WTO/TBT requirements

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JANUARY-NOVEMBER 2015

International Economics is leading a consortium to support the Botswana Bureau of Standards (BOBS) in Drafting the National QI policy for Botswana that will set the foundation for the proper functioning of QI institutions in Botswana. The project funded by the ACP EU -TBT Program in Brussels involves capacity building of BOB’s staff and local service providers through a series of trainings on auditing and inspections competencies as per international standards. The project will also raise awareness on the key elements of the WTO/TBT Agreement among public and private relevant stakeholders for the purpose of enhancing their compliance with the WTO Agreements.

16
DEC
2014

Multilateral Trade Negotiations and LLDCs: A Handbook for Negotiators and Practitioners

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DECEMBER 2014 – MARCH 2015

The CEO of International Economics, Paul Baker, will be the leading consultant for the UNDP to develop a handbook on trade negotiations to assist trade negotiators and practitioners in Landlocked Developing Countries (LLDCs) to better understand current provisions in multilateral trade agreements and enhance the bargaining position of landlocked countries and the LLDC group in on-going and future negotiations of multilateral agreements. The assignment includes the revision of existing literature, quantitative and qualitative analysis, and interviews with various stakeholders.

16
DEC
2014

Enhancing Export Competitiveness of the Avocado sector in Kenya

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DECEMBER 2014 – JANUARY 2015

The staff of International Economics will participate in the first phase of the project, lead by the International Trade Centre (ITC), to enhance the export competitiveness of the avocado sector in Kenya and generate new export revenue. During this assignment, Paul Baker, International Economics’ Director, will revise and update the Commodity Business Plan (CBP) for avocado, including an action plan that will provide a new vision for the industry to take advantage of market opportunities and increase the export capacity of SMEs and farmer groups. The Action Plan will delineate specific tasks to be accomplished in terms of market entry, product quality management, distribution and promotion and define a feasible implementation timeframe.

25
NOV
2014

Grenada National Export Strategy Review and Strategy Options for Export Development

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OCTOBER 2014 – MAY 2015

International Economics, in consortium with a Jamaican consultancy company, has been awarded a contract to conduct the Review of the 2006 – 2011 Grenada National Export Strategy (NES). The main objectives of the assignment are to undertake a Review of the NES and to develop a Strategic Options Paper for export development with the view to assist exporters, or export-ready firms, from strategic sectors in order to increase exports in regional and international markets.

25
NOV
2014

Mauritius National Export Strategy – Phase I

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OCTOBER – DECEMBER 2014

International Economics, through its CEO, Paul Baker, is supporting a team from the International Trade Centre (ITC) in designing a National Export Strategy for Mauritius. The team will collaborate in the elaboration of the NES Strategic Development Road Map. Find more information on this project here.

International Economics' staff members, Paul Baker and Victor Deleplancque during ITC event in Mauritius

International Economics’ staff members, Paul Baker and Victor Deleplancque during ITC event in Mauritius

25
NOV
2014

Support to Zambia Bureau of Standards in the field of Standardisation and Quality Management Systems

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OCTOBER 2014

International Economics is implementing a project to support the Zambia Bureau of Standards (ZABS). The overall objective of this project is to strengthen the Quality Infrastructure institutions in Zambia and foster compliance with WTO/TBT requirements. During this assignment, International Economics’ team of experts will be assisting the Zambia Bureau of Standards (ZABS) in developing a modern institutional infrastructure for quality and conformity assessment by upgrading its existing capacities of in the areas of standardisation and management systems and supporting the accreditation process of key proficiency testing facilities.

06
MAY
2014

COMESA RISM Evaluation Project

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APRIL 2014
International Economics has been awarded a contract to carry out the Mid-Term-Evaluation of the Regional Integration Support Mechanism (RISM) on behalf of the COMESA Secretariat. The objective of the Regional Integration Support Mechanism (RISM) is to support Member Countries in participating fully in the COMESA, EAC and Tripartite FTAs and the COMESA and EAC customs unions with minimum disruption to public expenditure commitments as well as enabling them to implement economic reform programmes in the context of regional integration. During this Mid-term-Evaluation, International Economics’ team of experts will provide COMESA and its Member States, the EAC, the EU and other stakeholders with an overall independent assessment on the performance of the programme so far; and key lessons and practical/concrete recommendations for follow-up actions, firstly for the remaining implementation period of the current RISM programme but also for the new RISM Consolidation programme to be funded under the 10th EDF as well as, more broadly, for possible future EU regional cooperation in the ESA-IO region. Eight countries will be visited during the course of this assignment, namely Zambia, Zimbabwe, Burundi, Djibouti, Tanzania, Uganda, Seychelles and Mauritius.
25
APR
2014

Cote d’Ivoire’s Regional Integration and Trade Support Programme

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MARCH 2014

Under the Regional Integration and Trade Support Programme in Cote d’Ivoire (PACIR), the International Trade Centre UNCTAD/WTO provided specialised expertise to improve the business environment and strengthen exporters’ competitiveness. Paul Baker and Victor Deleplancque from International Economics, were part of the team of experts which worked with the International Trade Centre to draft and support the formulation of a National Export Strategy for Cote d’Ivoire, including its strategic plans over fiver years.

25
APR
2014

China and Mongolia Trade Related Technical Assistance Programme

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MARCH 2014
The project funded by the European Union and implemented by Aria Consult, aims to identify a trade capacity building programme for Mongolia, the first of its kind for Mongolia. During this project, International Economics’ Director, Paul Baker, will work with the EU Delegation to China and Mongolia to draft the identification report for the European Union. The focus of the report is on trade facilitation, competition, trade policy formulation, private sector development and export strategy, GSP+ and strengthening analytical capacity in Mongolia amongst non-state actors.

Landscape in Mongolia ©Paul Baker

 
25
APR
2014

International Economics’ Director teaches course at the University of Barcelona – Master of Laws in International Economic Law and Policy (IELPO LL.M.)

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20 – 21 MARCH 2014

International Economics’s director, Paul Baker, has become a lecturer of the Master of Laws in International Economic Law and Policy (IELPO LL.M.) from the University of Barcelona, Spain, to teach specialised economic modelling courses. The first course, entitled “Practical Tools for Policy Modelling and Legal Foundations to Negotiate Trade Agreements”, was conducted on 20 – 21 March 2014, by Mr Baker in partnership with Dr David Luff, an international trade lawyer, and covered the internationally adopted methodologies for assessing the impact of trade agreements.

25
APR
2014

Seminar “Assessment of Economic, Social and Environmental Impacts of a Free Trade Agreement between Vietnam and the EU

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MARCH 2014
Staff of International Economics has worked in collaboration with other academic and practitioners in the preparation of a Sustainable Impact Assessment (SIA) of a future free trade agreement between the EU and Vietnam. The preliminary report of the study, prepared by a team of 16 experts who are led by International Economics’ Director, Paul Baker, confirms that while the study shows that the FTA will bring substantial benefits to both parties, potentially driving investments and reducing poverty, there are necessary flanking policies required to ensure a balanced outcome from the agreement. The three seminars to present the key findings for this preliminary report took place on 3rd March in Danang, on 5th March in Ho Chi Minh city and on 7th March in Hanoi. The events gathered around 400 participants, representing the local Business Community as well as Foreign Diplomatic Agencies, including European Union Officials and other International Agencies. You can find the Summary Report “A Sustainability Impact Assessment of a Free Trade Agreement between the EU and Vietnam” for download and more information on this project at the EU-MUTRAP Project’s website at http://www.mutrap.org.vn.
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Paul Baker during workshop in Danang, Vietnam

07
JAN
2014

EU – Vietnam FTA Impact Assessment

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MARCH 2014
Paul Baker, the CEO of International Economics, is the team coordinator and lead author for preparing a sustainable impact assessment of the future free trade agreement between the EU and Vietnam. He will be in Vietnam attending meetings with the business community to discuss the Vietnamese and European Union negotiating positions and identify challenges and opportunities linked to a negotiated agreement. The team regroups experts from the Australian National University, Vietnam’s Foreign Trade University, Centre for International Economic Management, various ministries and other Vietnamese think tanks. This project is funded by the EC and implemented by EGIS-BCEOM and Bocconi University. Below a picture from Hanoi Opera House, Vietnam.
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©Paul Baker

18
OCT
2013

Designing Effective Trade and Private Sector Development Programmes for Latin America and the Caribbean

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21-25 OCT 2013
A training course led by Paul Baker, CEO of  International Economics Ltd, was given in Managua, Nicaragua. The course, implemented by AETS-TAC, entitled “Designing Effective Trade and Private Sector Development Programmes for Latin America and the Caribbean”, was attended by European Commission officials.
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©Rene Bosman

18
OCT
2013

Myanmar National Export Strategy – Phase II

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30 SEPT – 11 OCT 2013
The CEO of International Economics Consulting, Paul Baker, was in Yangon, Myanmar, together with a team from the International Trade Centre (ITC), conducting workshops on Value Chain Analysis and defining sectoral strategies for Myanmar’s agro-processing, rubber, wood, tourism, trade finance, logistics, trade facilitation, trade information and quality infrastructure sectors. During this mission, Paul Baker, was interviewed by the leading English language local newspaper Myanmar Times about the export potential of Myanmar’s rubber sector. In the article, he highlighted the great potential of this sector but warned that diversification is needed. “We’re looking at how we can upgrade and add value to the sector. Thailand is more diversified in terms of both products and markets, he explained. Find the full article here.
Paul Baker during workshop in Myanmar

Paul Baker during workshop in Myanmar

18
OCT
2013

Technical Cooperation Facility – Project with the COMESA Secretariat

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SEPT – OCT 2013
Paul Baker was in Lusaka, Zambia participating in a mission to define the operational design for establishing a Technical Cooperation Facility for the implementation of regional commitments by Member States.
18
OCT
2013

Value Chain Analysis for Botswana – CDE/ITC Project

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22-25 SEPT 2013
The CEO of International Economics Consulting Ltd, Paul Baker, was in a mission in Gaborone, Botswana, together with representatives of the International Trade Centre (ITC) negotiating the management arrangements for the Value Chain Analysis for the country in line with its Private Sector Development Programmes.
11
JUL
2013

Kick-off for the Regional Economic Integration Support Programme in Southern African Development Community

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17 JULY 2013
The CEO of International Economics Ltd was present at the kick-off for the Regional Economic Integration Support Programme in the Southern African Development Community in Gaborone, Botswana.
11
JUL
2013

Designing Effective Trade and Private Sector Development Programmes for Developing Countries

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2-5 JULY 2013

Mr Baker taught a course, implemented by AETS-TAC, entitled “Designing Effective Trade and Private Sector Development Programmes for Developing Countries”, in Brussels, Belgium to a selected audience from the European Commission.

11
JUL
2013

Designing Effective Trade and Private Sector Development Programmes for Africa

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27-31MAY 2013

Mr Baker led a training course which was implemented by AETS-TAC, entitled ”Designing Effective Trade and Private Sector Development Programmes for Africa” in Dakar, Senegal.

11
JUL
2013

National Export Strategy for Myanmar

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2-4 MAY 2013

The CEO of International Economics Ltd was on mission in Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar, developing a National Export Strategy for the country.