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    Terms of Use

    By accessing and using the Online databases of Trade Map, Market Access Map, Investment Map or Standards Map (hereafter referred to collectively as the “Databases”) of the International Trade Centre (hereafter referred to as the “International Trade Centre” or the “Organization”), Users agree to be bound by the following terms of use as amended from time to time and all terms and conditions, including the Privacy Policy, contained or referenced on the Organization’s website www.intracen.org (hereinafter referred to collectively as the “Terms of Use”).
     

    General Disclaimer

    1. The Databases can either be accessed through the Market Analysis Tools (MAT) portal at www.intracen.org/marketanalysis (hereinafter referred to as the "Portal") or from the following websites: www.trademap.org, www.macmap.org, www.investmentmap.org and www.standardsmaps.org. The copyright to the Portal and Databases belongs to the International Trade Centre. 
    2. Access to the Portal and the Databases is protected and granted on a non-exclusive basis. Users require a personal username and password to access the Databases. Access is free of charge for Users from Developing Countries until further notice. Users from Developed Countries have a partial free access to the Databases. These Users may enjoy full access to the Portal against the payment of a subscription fee as indicated at www.intracen.org/marketanalysis/OptionsFees.aspx. Furthermore, the International Trade Centre reserves the discretionary right to grant temporary access to the Portal and Databases free of charge to selected Users without justification. 
    3. The list of Developing Countries [Section to insert the link] is based on the International Trade Centre's activities and Country programmes. All Countries and Territories are included except members of the European Union (EU) and of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). For the purposes of the present Terms of Use, those OECD Countries where the International Trade Centre is still active with Country programmes are considered as Developing Countries. 
    4. Users are responsible for the use of their account, username and password according to the Terms of Use. Users are responsible for protecting the confidentiality of their username and their password. 
    5. Except in circumstances outside its control, the International Trade Centre is responsible for ensuring the accessibility of the Portal and Databases. The Helpdesk will operate and maintain the Portal and Databases during Swiss working hours, unless otherwise agreed. The International Trade Centre reserves the right to change or discontinue any aspect or feature of the Portal and Databases. 
    6. The collection and retention of identifiable information by the International Trade Centre through the Portal or Databases is subject to the terms of the Privacy Policy.   
    7. Users acknowledge and agree that while the Portal and Databases allow the User to perform simulations of tariff reductions, comparisons and assessments of standards, the International Trade Centre is not responsible for any trade policy position or business decision developed using or based on the Portal or the Databases findings. 
    8. The International Trade Centre makes every effort to ensure, but cannot and does not guarantee, and makes no warranties as to, the accuracy, accessibility, integrity and timeliness of information presented on the Portal and Databases. The International Trade Centre assumes no liability or responsibility for any errors or omissions in the content of the Portal and Databases. Users acknowledge and agree that the use of the International Trade Centre's Portal and Databases is at their sole risk. Users acknowledge and agree that the International Trade Centre makes no warranties, guarantees, covenants or representations as to the fitness for a particular purpose of any content of the Portal and Databases, whether express or implied, oral or written. The International Trade Centre disclaims any liability or responsibility for any financial, reputational or other consequences whatsoever arising from the use of such information. Under no circumstances, including but not limited to negligence, shall the International Trade Centre or any content providers, be liable for any direct, indirect, incidental, special or consequential damages of any kind, including any loss of business or profits, arising from the use, inability to use or reliance on the information contained in the Portal or Databases.   
    9. Information, text, graphics or hyperlinks to other websites that may appear in the Portal and Databases are provided solely as a resource and convenience to Users. Hyperlinks to other websites do not imply any approval or endorsement by the International Trade Centre of the information contained in those other websites. The International Trade Centre makes no warranty, either express or implied, as to the accuracy or reliability of such information, text, graphics or hyperlinks. The International Trade Centre has not tested any software located on other sites and does not make any representations as to the quality, safety, reliability or suitability of such software. 
    10. Users acknowledge and agree that the internet and the worldwide web are unpredictable and may, from time to time, be disrupted and impede access to the Databases. Users acknowledge and agree that the International Trade Centre is in no way responsible for any such disruptions or interferences and Users expressly waive, discharge and release any and all claims against the International Trade Centre in connection therewith. 
    11. Users are authorised to consult, download and reproduce to a reasonable extent information presented on the Portal and the Databases, subject to any specific terms of use that might appear with such information, for their own, private, non-commercial use provided that the source of information is acknowledged, as follows :"Trade Map (or Market Access Map, Investment Map and Standards Map, respectively), International Trade Centre, www.intracen.org/marketanalysis"
    12. The International Trade Centre is a joint subsidiary organ of the World Trade Organization and the United Nations and enjoys Privileges and Immunities by the Convention on Privileges and Immunities of the United Nations of 13 February 1946. Any dispute, controversy or claim between a User and the International Trade Centre arising out of the Terms of Use or the breach thereof shall be settled by arbitration pursuant to the arbitration rules of the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNICITRAL) then obtaining.  Nothing herein or related to the Terms of Use shall constitute or be considered to be a limitation upon or a waiver of any of the privileges and immunities of the International Trade Centre, which are specifically reserved. 
    13. By accessing and using the Databases, Users agree to periodically review the Terms of Use and to be bound by any future changes, modifications, or additions thereof. Any use of the Portal and Databases after any such changes, modifications, or additions shall be governed by the Terms of Use as revised. The International Trade Centre reserves the right to modify the Terms of Use at any time without notice. 
    14. Failure to comply with the above shall constitute a breach of these Terms of Use, which may result in the immediate termination of the User's account and access rights to the Portal and Databases. Nothing in the Terms of Use may be interpreted to reduce, limit, or restrict the exclusive rights of the owners of the information, documents and materials contained in the Portal and Databases.   

     

    Institutional License: generic version of the Portal and Databases

     

    1. To access the full version of the Portal and Databases, Users from Developed Countries may purchase an Institutional License that provides access to the generic, non-customised version of the Portal. This type of subscription is for Users who do not wish to disseminate access to the Portal and Databases to third parties outside their institution.
    2. The holder of an Institutional License is provided by the International Trade Centre with a username and password to access the Portal and Databases. An Institutional License subscription only provides access to the Portal and Databases for the subscribing institution license holder. Usernames and passwords are confidential and should not be published, disseminated or shared with any third party, but can be distributed or shared within the subscribing institution. In order to simplify access to the Portal within an institution holding an Institutional License, the holder of an Institutional Licence can choose the institutional user management option where all Users with same email extension (e.g. @example.org) can individually register themselves to access the Portal with their own username (e.g. marysmith@example.org or johnbrown@example.org) and password, subject to the Terms of Use as defined for the institution.
    3. The International Trade Centre reserves the right to change the username and password of an Institutional License holder from time to time giving one (1) month's notice in writing by email, mail or fax.
    4. The holder of an Institutional License is authorised to use freely any data and analysis extracted from the Portal and Databases, provided the source of the data is acknowledged as follows: "Trade Map (or Market Access Map, Investment Map and Standards Map, respectively), International Trade Centre, www.intracen.org/marketanalysis".

    National License: customised version of the Portal and Databases

    1. Users from Developed Countries may purchase a National License subscription and may also purchase for an additional fee a customised Portal. To do this, Users interested in subscribing to a National License will sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the International Trade Centre that sets out conditions of access and the subscription fee.
    2. Holders of a National License may disseminate access to the Portal and Databases to third parties within the country in question. A customised version of the Portal is, in most cases referred to as "MAT {Country Name}", where the country name is the country in which the institution has its headquarters.
    3. The holder of a National License is provided with a confidential, primary username and password for its customised version of the Portal. The holder of a National License is not authorised to publish, disseminate, sell or share its primary username and password with any third parties other than those specified in the MOU between the International Trade Centre and the National License holder.
    4. The holder of a National License is authorised to disseminate or provide access to its customised version of the Portal to selected third parties in its own country. Access by third parties is only authorised with a different, secondary username and password obtained from the National License holder or the International Trade Centre via a registration web page.
    5. The International Trade Centre reserves the right to change the username and password of a National License holder or any third party from time to time giving one (1) month's notice in writing, by email, mail or fax.
    6. The holder of a National License is authorised to disclose data and analysis extracted from its customised Portal, provided that the source of the data is acknowledged as follows: "Trade Map (or Market Access Map, Investment Map and Standards Map, respectively), International Trade Centre, www.intracen.org/marketanalysis".

    Institutional License: customised version of the Standards Map portal

     
    1. Institutions from Developed Countries may purchase for an additional fee a customised version of the Standards Map portal. To do this, institutions will sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the International Trade Centre that sets out conditions of access and the subscription fee.
    2. Holders of a customised version of the Standards Map portal License may customise the Standards Map self-assessment questionnaire and benefit from additional services to Users who respond to their customized questionnaires. A customised version of the Standards Map portal is, in most cases referred to as "Standards Map {Institution Name}", where the institution name is the name of the register institution.
    3. The holder of a customised version of the Standards Map portal is provided with a confidential, primary username and password for its customisation of its self-assessment questionnaire version. The holder of a customised Standards Map License is not authorised to publish, disseminate, sell or share its primary username and password with any third parties other than those specified in the MOU between the International Trade Centre and the National License holder.
    4. The holder of a customised Standards Map License is authorised to disseminate access to its customised version of the Standards Map portal to selected third parties of its own institution. Access by third parties is only authorised with a different, secondary username and password obtained from the Portal via the registration web page.
    5. The International Trade Centre reserves the right to change the username and password of a Standards Map License holder or any third party from time to time giving one (1) month's notice in writing, by email, mail or fax.
    6. The holder of a Standards Map License is authorised to pass on and disclose any data and analysis extracted from its customised Portal, provided that the source of the data is acknowledged as follows: "Trade Map (or Market Access Map, Investment Map and Standards Map, respectively), International Trade Centre, www.intracen.org/marketanalysis".
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