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In Brief: Trade body to launch

In Brief: Trade body to launch

THE Kingdom's Trade Development Support Program (TDSP), funded by US$12.6 million in donations from the European Commission, the Danish International Aid Agency and United Nations Industrial Development Organisation, will be launched Monday, a statement said. The TDSP will help support implementation of the government's trade strategy, helping it cope with the challenges of the global economic downturn, the statement said Friday. "This is critical at this point, given the very challenging global economic environment," it said. KAY KIMSONG

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