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The Advisory Centre for WTO Law (ACWL)

Ireland is a founding member of the Geneva based Advisory Centre on World Trade Organisation Law, which was established in 2001 to provide legal advice on WTO law, support in WTO dispute settlement proceedings and training on WTO law to its developing country members and Least-Developed Countries. For more information:

Facility for Investment Advisory Services (FIAS), World Bank Group

FIAS is a service of the World Bank Group (International Finance Corporation (IFC), the Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency (MIGA), and the World Bank (IBRD)) which advises developing countries on how to improve their business environments to increase private sector activity and encourage inward and domestic investment. FIAS focuses on regulatory simplification (business registration, licensing, taxation, customs and land) as well as investment law, policy and promotion. Ireland supports the Sub-Saharan activities of FIAS.

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