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Trade & a Crisis of Unilateralism: Where Is Congress?
June. 2018

Trade & a Crisis of Unilateralism: Where Is Congress?

Every American is primed to believe that the American Congress balances policy changes initiated by the Executive branch of government, with its legislative powers and oversight authority.

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After the storm
May. 2018

After the storm

The trio of major hurricanes began as temperamental neighbors you just wished would go away, but they ended up staying longer, and causing more damage than anyone could have expected.

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What to do when things go wrong in procurement
Feb. 2018

What to do when things go wrong in procurement

This article will share 5 tips on how to manage public procurement Difficulties when the policies and guidelines fall short.

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US sanction Article
Dec. 2017

How U.S. Sanctions Can Kill Your Deal

U.S. unilateral sanctions are being applied more vigorously than ever, and their impact on both domestic exports, and cross-border supply chains, is almost as negative as that of the countries and entities facing sanctions pressures.

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Philanthropic investment procurement for development?
Sep. 2017

Philanthropic investment procurement for development?

In 2015, experts from around the world set the global agenda for country development by launching the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) that will extend until 2030.

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Why Is Project Procurement Still So Difficult? Part II
Feb. 2017

Why Is Project Procurement Still So Difficult? Part II

In this continuing coverage of the challenges of effective project procurement implementation in the Caribbean, additional modern solutions to unleash the potential for success in project procurement are considered:

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Why Is Project Procurement Still So Difficult? Part I
Feb. 2017

Why Is Project Procurement Still So Difficult? Part I

In December 2013, the IDB conducted a multi-country procurement operational efficiency analysis to identify factors that cause project implementation delays.

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