The Transatlantic Free Trade Area which is also called Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership is a proposed free trade agreement between the United States and the European Union that represents potentially the largest bilateral trade agreement in history.
On June 23, 2016 millions of United Kingdom citizens across England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland flocked to polling places to cast their monumental votes of “Remain” or “Leave”. This vote was one of the most monumental voting decision in history as voters made a weighty verdict to either remain in the European Union, or to leave.
Representing the CRT in their respective countries, ensuring that the CRT takes account of their national business concerns within their policy recommendations to respective government’s institutions, and organizations within their borders.
Packaging is a vital component of export success. Products need to be preserved and protected in order to reach their destination in perfect condition.
The CRT helps SMEs in developing countries to meet technical requirements in international markets and overcome technical barriers to trade the most frequent obstacles to trade.
“Export growth is important because of its effect on internal trade and economic stability. Even more, the rate of economic growth and the distribution of income and wealth in a country are closely related to export growth.”
IT & IT-enabled Business Services has seen rapid growth in relative importance vis-à-vis the traditional Tourism and Transport sectors.
The CRT's work in this sector aims at improving the quality and quantity of fruits and vegetables exported by developing countries.
We understand how policy and regulatory choices have a significant impact on SME competitiveness and play a crucial role in determining whether SMEs are able to link to value chains.
The CRT structure is designed to make life simple for those involved within our organisation which in turn makes it easier for other partner organisations to communicate and collaborate with us.