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Nathan Study Shows Path to STEM Participation by APEC Women

November 18, 2016—A Nathan Associates study proposes a detailed framework and recommendations for strengthening educational opportunities for girls and young women in Science, Technology, Education and Math (STEM) and expanding opportunities for women as workers, entrepreneurs and leaders in STEM...

Haiti Website Eases Trade

August 8, 2016—Trade with Haiti has become much simpler and more efficient because of a new government website.The Haiti Trade Information Portal, developed with assistance from Nathan Associates, provides a single access point for up-to-date trade, economic, and regulatory information helpful to...

Report Examines Authorized Economic Operator Programs in APEC Region

June 15, 2016—A report by Nathan Associates provides new insights into the state of Authorized Economic Operator (AEO) programs among member economies of the Asia-Pacific Economic Co-operation (APEC) forum.The report, Study of APEC Best Practices in Authorized Economic Operator Programs, surveys...

Global Semiconductor Value Chain Benefits All, Report Finds

May 12, 2016—A report drafted by Nathan Associates concludes that the rapid pace of innovation in the semiconductor industry—benefiting companies, consumers, and countries alike—can be tied to participation in the global value chain.The report, Beyond Borders: How an Interconnected Industry...

New: SME Financing—How to Topic Guide

May 5, 2016—The newly published SME Financing—How to Topic Guide focuses on the financial instruments available to help bridge the financing gap for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), reviewing existing financing programs and their impacts and drawing out lessons learned. The guideexplores...

Colombia Signs New Customs Decree Facilitating Trade

April 12, 2016—Colombia’s President Juan Manuel Santos in March signed a new Customs Decree that will facilitate trade processes and improve economic competitiveness.The decree strengthens protections against risky cargo while facilitating the clearance of items that do not represent risk,...

Southern African Trade Ministers Approve Comprehensive Trade Facilitation Program

April 11, 2016—A final version of the Southern African Development Community’s Comprehensive Trade Facilitation Program (CTFP) won approval last month by trade ministers of the community’s 15 member states.The program offers a blueprint for SADC’s member states to reduce regional trade barriers and...

Jordan Customs Advances in Training, Public Service

March 1, 2016—Jordan’s Customs Agency has become a regional resource for training in the safe and efficient movement of goods as well as a leader in commitment to public service. The agency’s Regional Customs Training Center, accredited by the World Customs Organization, on November 10, 2015,...

US-ATAARI Project Highlighted at CSIS Conference on Asia

October 6, 2015—Work performed by Nathan Associates on the role of women in the economy and in addressing climate change received mention at a recent conference hosted by the Center for Strategic and International Studies. The conference, held September 22 in Washington, focused on how regional...

Women’s Economic Progress in the 20 Years Since Beijing Has Bright Spots, Shadows

September 30, 2015—Experts in gender, labor, and inclusive development gathered Tuesday at Nathan Associates to assess women’s economic progress in the 20 years since the Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action was hammered out in 1995. Moderator Louise Williams, a Principal Associate in Nathan...

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