Case Studies - 2010
A call for case stories was launched in July 2010. The objective was to probe deeper into aid-for-trade objectives, challenges and processes to acquire better knowledge about outcomes and impacts of aid for trade. The case stories offer an opportunity to share experiences about what is working (or not) at the national and regional level, why it is working (or not) and what improvements are needed.
- Trade Facilitation, Trade Costs and Inclusive Development: A Case Story of Attari-Wagah Border of India and Pakistan
- Economic Empowerment through Trade: The Export of Peruvian Mangoes to Canada
- The customs unification in Central America, based on the Mesoamérica Region Project
Read case stories from the Third Global Review