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CSR Training in Peru

CBI launches campaign #NLpartners4trade

International trade matters to people. In close cooperation with the ministry of Foreign Affairs,...

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CBI in practice: helping Jordan’s farmers to get back in the export game

The war in Syria has cut off Jordan’s vegetables and fruit exporters from their most important...

Zena

Zena Exotic Fruits: A role model for export success and social responsibility

Zena, an award winning company from Senegal, has increased its export performance to Europe as part...

Gender in Myanmar tourism

“There is no tool for development more effective than the empowerment of women” – Kofi Annan...

CBI results 2016 now available

CBI focuses on various topics related to the Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations,...

Introducing our new Managing Director

CBI is pleased to announce that Hans Obdeijn has been named its new Managing Director, starting...

How to address non-tariff barriers for EU importers sourcing from developing countries

A CBI and ITC roundtable Non-Tariff Measures (NTMs) and how they are perceived by European...

New basis for the Swiss Import Promotion Programme SIPPO

As of April 2017, the Swisscontact foundation assumes implementation of the Swiss Import...

Women's economic empowerment

Women’s economic empowerment: Key component for competitive and responsible SMEs

CBI CSR agenda 2016-2020 Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and inclusive growth plays an...

Fasteners Incorporated

The “nuts and bolts” of success

A manufacturer and distributor of metal fasteners and cold-formed parts in the Philippines is now...

NepalNOW Campaign – Nepal’s tourism recovery efforts

The earthquakes that took place in the spring of 2015 in Nepal led to enormous devastation and took...

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