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Kiribati: what will it lose when it graduates?
By Online Editor
10:57 pm GMT+12, 19/06/2019, Kiribati
Kiribati’s graduation from Least Developed Country (LDC) status is currently under review. If Kiribati (which has met the formal criteria for graduation) were to be graduated, it would lose access to the International Support Measures (ISMs) LDCs are entitled to. These ISMs cover market access… Read more

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