On April 25-27, CLDP will organize a workshop in London, UK on increasing Pakistan's domestic gas supply through stranded and marginal fields. The workshop brings together senior officials from Pakistan’s Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Resources (MPNR) and the Oil and Gas Development Company Ltd. (OGDCL) to discuss and find concrete solutions to explore regulatory reforms that will make such fields commercially viable. Increasing domestic gas production is a cornerstone of meeting Pakistan's ongoing energy deficit, and this is the first of three CLDP workshops this year to address the country's gas supply.
CLDP, in close cooperation with the Continuing Legal Education Institute of Pakistan (CLEIP) and the International Labour Organization (ILO), will conduct a National Labor Law Symposium in Islamabad, Pakistan, on 24-25 April, 2017.
From April 17 – May 19, 2017, CLDP will sponsor a fellowship recipient from the Competition Commission of Pakistan to spend one month working as an integral member of the Bureau of Competition team at the Federal Trade Commission.
On April 4-7, CLDP conducted a Workshop on Trade Facilitation and Cross-Border Issues in Odessa, Ukraine for officials from Afghanistan, Armenia, Georgia, Kazakhstan, the Kyrgyz Republic, Moldova, Pakistan, and Ukraine.
CLDP held a telecom regulations training in Washington, DC on December 1-2 and trainings at the UN Internet Governance Forum in Guadalajara, Mexico on December 5-9 for Afghans and Pakistanis from the public and private telecom sectors.
CLDP conducted a U.S. study tour from October 4-13 for a 15-member delegation representing 12 Pakistani universities interested in founding or enhancing their Offices of Research, Innovation and Commercialization (ORICs).
On August 22-26, 2016, CLDP and the International Trade Administration (ITA) collaborated with the Royal Malaysian Customs Department to hold a consultation for senior officials from the Pakistan Federal Board of Revenue and the Pakistan Ministry of Commerce in Putrajaya, Malaysia on customs reforms and procedures to enhance trade.