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.

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