GLOBAL TRADE MATTERS – THE PRIVATE SECTOR THINKTANK FOR ECONOMIC POLICIES
Global Trade Matters, an independent for-profit private sector think tank, was created in 2005 in order to broaden the discussion about economic policies to include the interests of the private sector, and the intellectual classes while ensuring the enhancement of the underprivileged. Global Trade Matters conducts research and engages in advocacy in areas such as social, economic and political policies. Its expressed aim is to promote international economic cooperation in a sustainable and socially balanced manner.
Global Trade Matters strives to promote “economic education” of the general public and the private sector while identifying and advocating efficient economic policies through studies, researches, conferences, round-table discussions, open debates, seminars, publications and digital media.
Its areas of interest include different topics such as fiscal and economic policies, international affairs, global trade and investment, global competitiveness, illegal migration, job creation and regional economic integration and climate change, mitigation and action.