Asia-Pacific Research And Training Network On Trade
The Asia-Pacific Research and Training Network on Trade (ARTNeT) is an open regional network of research and academic institutions specializing in international trade policy facilitation and integration issues relevant for inclusive and sustainable development. Network members currently include over 35 leading national trade research and academic institutions from almost 20 developing countries from East, South, and Southeast Asia and the Pacific.
ARTNeT's goal is to increase the amount of quality trade research available to policymakers in the Asia and Pacific region.
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