Validation Conference

Validation Conference

The Government of Mozambique convened a National Validation Workshop on September 23, 2004 to highlight the importance of trade as an engine of economic growth and poverty reduction in Mozambique, discuss barriers to expansion of trade, and discuss key actions to be taken by the Government of Mozambique - with technical assistance as appropriate - to address obstacles to trade-led poverty reduction. More specifically, the workshop focused on the recommendations contained in the Diagnostic Trade and Integration Study (DTIS) for Mozambique prepared under the auspices of the Integrated Framework (IF) for Trade-related Technical Assistance to Least Developed Countries (LDCs).


Post Conference Summary (English)

Post Validation Workshop Summary (Portuguese)

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