Newsletter September 2019: Aid & Trade

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The newsletter ‘Aid & Trade‘ opens with the success story of Dutch company Philips.

Royal Philips has been working with the World Bank Group for over a decade joining forces on important projects like the human capital index and along with its industry peers has been invited by the World Bank to provide input on a guidance document for the Bank’s clients on understanding how to procure medical diagnostic imaging equipment.

The World Bank Group is pleased to be co-hosting with the World Bank Group Liaison officers the Climate Smart Energy Business Opportunities Fair ; Washington, D.C. | October 29-31, 2019. The 2019 event will focus on climate-smart energy solutions and will bring together a diverse group of companies from around the world interested in the work of International Financial Institutions (IFIs) in this sector. Registration is still open and the early bird price is available.

The Food 4 All Partnership has been discussed multiple times in our newsletter and blog but this is the final review presentation which includes successes and best practices as well as advice on how to move forward. Another excellent informational piece delivered by Wijand van Ijssel.

The newsletter also includes an article about the services the Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO) offers to the Dutch private sector and two new WBG reports; Global Economic Prospects & Rethinking Power Sector Reform in the Developing World.

Don’t forget the annual IMF/World Bank Group Meetings are right around the corner, read more about it.