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Georgia - Competition in Telecommunications: Workshop on Mergers and Anticompetitive Agreements in the Telecom Sector

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On December 8-10, 2022, CLDP, GNCA, and GNCC will hold a three-day workshop on Competition in Telecommunications: Workshop on Mergers and Anticompetitive Agreements in the Telecom Sector (“Workshop”) to further develop GNCA and GNCC’s capacity in these critical areas of competition law enforcement...

CA DT & WEE WGs Russian Day 3

Government officials, civil society, and private sector representatives including women SMEs from countries of Central Asia (Kazakhstan, Kyrgyz Republic, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan) and the United States gathered for working group meetings on (1) digital trade and (2) women’s economic empowerment. The goal of these meetings was to promote and strengthen public-private dialogue that supports the creation of regional approaches for digital trade and inclusive gender-responsive trade and economic policies for women’s economic empowerment. The below materials are from Day 3. 

CA DT & WEE WGs Russian Day 2

Government officials, civil society, and private sector representatives including women SMEs from countries of Central Asia (Kazakhstan, Kyrgyz Republic, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan) and the United States gathered for working group meetings on (1) digital trade and (2) women’s economic empowerment. The goal of these meetings was to promote and strengthen public-private dialogue that supports the creation of regional approaches for digital trade and inclusive gender-responsive trade and economic policies for women’s economic empowerment. The below materials are from Day 2. 

CA DT & WEE WGs Russian Day 1

Government officials, civil society, and private sector representatives including women SMEs from countries of Central Asia (Kazakhstan, Kyrgyz Republic, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan) and the United States gathered for working group meetings on (1) digital trade and (2) women’s economic empowerment. The goal of these meetings was to promote and strengthen public-private dialogue that supports the creation of regional approaches for digital trade and inclusive gender-responsive trade and economic policies for women’s economic empowerment. The below materials are from Day 1. 

CA DT & WEE WGs Day 3

Government officials, civil society, and private sector representatives including women SMEs from countries of Central Asia (Kazakhstan, Kyrgyz Republic, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan) and the United States gathered for working group meetings on (1) digital trade and (2) women’s economic empowerment. The goal of these meetings was to promote and strengthen public-private dialogue that supports the creation of regional approaches for digital trade and inclusive gender-responsive trade and economic policies for women’s economic empowerment. The below materials are from Day 2. 

CA DT & WEE WGs Day 2

Government officials, civil society, and private sector representatives including women SMEs from countries of Central Asia (Kazakhstan, Kyrgyz Republic, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan) and the United States gathered for working group meetings on (1) digital trade and (2) women’s economic empowerment. The goal of these meetings was to promote and strengthen public-private dialogue that supports the creation of regional approaches for digital trade and inclusive gender-responsive trade and economic policies for women’s economic empowerment. The below materials are from Day 2. 

Istanbul 2022

September 5-8, 2022 Government officials, civil society, and private sector representatives including women SMEs from countries of Central Asia (Kazakhstan, Kyrgyz Republic, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan) and the United States gathered for working group meetings on (1) digital trade and (2) women’s economic empowerment. The goal of these meetings was to promote and strengthen public-private...

CA DT & WEE WGs Day 1

Government officials, civil society, and private sector representatives including women SMEs from countries of Central Asia (Kazakhstan, Kyrgyz Republic, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan) and the United States gathered for working group meetings on (1) digital trade and (2) women’s economic empowerment. The goal of these meetings was to promote and strengthen public-private dialogue that supports the creation of regional approaches for digital trade and inclusive gender-responsive trade and economic policies for women’s economic empowerment. The below materials are from Day 1.