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Assessing and Addressing the Effects of Trade on Employment - ETE Project Newsletters

The EC-funded ILO Project entitled 'Assessing and Addressing the Effects of Trade on Employment' (ETE) publishes regular newsletters in the four pilot countries: Indonesia, Bangladesh, Benin, and Guatemala. These newsletters feature updates on ETE project activities (e.g., training workshops, research, publications, policy impact, collaboration, and outreach)

Document | 19 September 2011

Tags: employment, employment creation, economic development, globalization, trade liberalization, developing countries

Regions and countries covered: Benin, Guatemala, Bangladesh, Indonesia

Unit responsible: Employment Policy Department (EMPLOYMENT)

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