• September 18, 2002
  • Report

2002

Regional cooperation as a means for small developing countries to their meet international trade goals has not been effective. The most useful trade capacity-building occurs at the country level.

Although donors encourage regional cooperation by providing substantial resources, results are unpromising and supporting regional institutions has not been successful. A different approach is called for.

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