Trade and Commerce
Increasing trade and commerce has a positive impact in economic revenues and development. Furthermore, it tends to allocate more relevance into the third sector of the economy, traditionally associated with late stage industrialized economies.
By increasing trade and commerce there is as well a market increase in offer and resources are allocated more accurately, providing individuals with greater economic choices, both as consumers and as producers.
Thus, at the Dipendra Kandel Initiative we deliver on trade and commerce projects by fostering the enabling conditions of interested actors through the following projects.
Helping actors integrate into global value chains (GVCs) through targeted reforms and investments.
Advising actors on their technical details and supporting implementation of commitments made through these agreements.
Trade and Competitiveness
Raising awareness on the relevance of trade policies under the framework of public policy drafters & stakeholders, and assisting them if necessary.
Aid for Trade
Assisting actors to obtain aid through trade multilateral institutions, such as the Bank.
Market and Competitiveness Policy
Encouraging growth and shared prosperity by opening and transforming markets.
Trade and Social Synergies
Putting in contact actors seeking to increase their trade & commerce output through direct B2Bs or event organization, building commercial networks.