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    Agricultural trade expert network in Europe and Central Asia 2019
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    A mixture of globalisation and political and economic change in post-Soviet countries has transformed agricultural markets and deepened domestic and external trade integration. These countries are often engaged in simultaneous trade negotiations, each with their own challenges and benefits. Many European and Central Asian countries joined the World Trade Organization (WTO) as a way of enhancing their participation in global agricultural trade. Now the region is an increasingly important supplier of agricultural commodities to international markets. FAO has created the Agricultural Trade Expert Network in Europe and Central Asia to facilitate knowledge sharing and policy decisions in trade development, as part of the Regional Initiative on Agrifood Trade and Market Integration in Europe and Central Asia. The network connects experts from across Europe and Central Asia who research, train and advise governments and the private sector on agricultural trade issues in the region, including participation in multilateral and regional trade agreements. They hold different political views and preferences, but all subscribe to the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and are ready to jointly develop solutions to current challenges.
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    Trade policy review in the countries of Eastern Europe, Caucasus and Central Asia. 3rd Quarter 2022 | Bulletin 2022
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    The quarterly newsletter highlights the latest developments in agricultural trade policy in the region. It presents current trade measures, agreements, statistics and expert articles covering trade issues in the countries of the region and is sent to the members of the Agricultural Trade Expert Network (ATEN). The network brings together experts from Eastern Europe, the Caucasus and Central Asia under the FAO Regional Initiative 2 in Europe and Central Asia “Transforming food systems and facilitating market access and integration”. Experts research, train and advise governments and the private sector on agricultural trade issues in the region, including participation in multilateral and regional trade agreements.
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    Trade policy review in the countries of Eastern Europe, Caucasus and Central Asia. 2nd Quarter 2022 | Bulletin 2022
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    This quarterly bulletin features agricultural trade policy changes in the region. It provides current trade measures, agreements, statistics and articles by experts covering trade-related issues in countries across the region, and it is sent to members of the Agricultural Trade Expert Network. The network connects experts from Eastern Europe, Caucasus and Central Asia as part of the FAO’s Regional Initiative 2 in Europe and Central Asia “Transforming food systems and facilitating market access and integration”. These experts research, train and advise governments and the private sector on agricultural trade issues in the region, including participation in multilateral and regional trade agreements.

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