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CUTS Centre for International Trade, Economics & Environment (CUTS CITEE) is a programme centre of CUTS International, a civil society organisation working on public interest issues of Trade, Economic Regulations, Governance and Human Development, with its headquarters in Jaipur, India and presence in Nairobi (Kenya), Lusaka (Zambia), Accra (Ghana), Hanoi (Vietnam) and Geneva (Switzerland).

Mission

Pursuing economic equity and social justice within and across borders by persuading governments and empowering people

Goals

  • Enable and empower representatives of the civil society and governments, from developing countries in particular, to articulate and advocate on relevant and contemporary issues of trade and development at appropriate fora

  • Create a questioning society through empowerment of civil society representatives to promote transparency and accountability in the system of trade governance

  • Promote equity between and among the developed and developing countries through well-argued policy research and advocacy on emerging and relevant issues of trade and development.


WTO Issues and Free Trade Agreements

Regional Cooperation in South Asia Trade and Sustainable Development

Azevedo urges rapid action on Bali Issues....
WTO News, 16 November, 2014

India, U.S. Reach Agreement on Food....
Wall Street Journal, 15 November, 2014

Azevędo applauds India-US agreement....
WTO News, 13 November, 2014

"Optimistic" members examine....
WTO News, 13 November, 2014

WTO talks set for revival as India....
The Economic Times, 07 November, 2014

Reviving SAARC....
My Republica, 12 November, 2014

A well-conceived trade pact can open....
The Hindu, 11 November, 2014

Hamid Ansari push for South Asia....
The Asian Age, 06 November 2014

Global growth hope lies with able Asia....
The Daily Star, 27 October , 2014

Call to improve trade linkages with....
The Nations, 26 October 2014

Agriculture research backing key for....
Agri News, 04 November, 2014

IPCC: rapid carbon emission cuts....
The Guardian, 03 November, 2014

WTO check on ‘consensus’ poses risk....
The Japan Times, 28 October, 2014

$2.5tn shortfall for sustainable development....
The Guardian, 27 October, 2014

Drought and climate change in the Horn....
MINN Post, 22 October, 2014

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FTAs: fantastic, fine or futile?

Business views on trade agreements in Asia

FTAs in South-east Asia

Towards the next generation

Asia-Pacific Trade and Investment report 2014


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India Corner...


Media Corner...


BRICS-TERN

BRICS-TERN News
July - September 2014                              <<Archive>>

PUBLICATIONS

Better Governance for Inclusive Growth
CUTS 30th Anniversary Lecture Series 2013-2014

Growth & Equity
Essays in Honour of Pradeep S Mehta


National Foreign Trade Policy of India 
Focus on Development Dimensions


Public Procurement
Need for a National Policy in India


Economic Diplomacy: India's Experience


Consumers and Economic Cooperation
Cost of Economic Non-cooperation to Consumers in South Asia

NEWSLETTERS

Economiquity

July - September 2014                             <<Archive>>


Preferential Trade Agreements & India
July-September 2014                                <<Archive>>


CUTS CITEE in Action
July-September 2014                               <<Archive>>

Events


Regional Stakeholders Consultation Meetings, 2014
Need for a Public Procurement Policy of India | External Preferential Trade Agreements and The Indian Economy
November 21, 2014, Ranchi


Training Programme on Economic Diplomacy
November 11-13, 2014, Jaipur

Agenda


Trade, Transport and Transit Facilitation in South Asia
Imperative of Bridging Macro-Meso-Micro Gaps
October 29-30, 2014, Kolkata, India
Agenda | Backgrounder


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