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ITC conducts customized market analysis studies to support trade support institutions and policymakers with: assessments of national or regional trade performance and trade competitiveness; assessments of sectors and markets with export potential; identification of opportunities for product or market diversification; assessments of participation in regional and global value chains; and economic modelling of trade policy scenarios.
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11 Dec. 2015Spotting Products with Export PotentialCountries have room for export growth in non-traditional markets, according to an ITC assessment of 64 developing countries’ export opportunities in European, South-South and regional markets.
05 Nov. 2014African, Caribbean and Pacific TradeDeeper regional integration goes hand in hand with strengthening processing industries and the internationalization of SMEs.
29 Nov. 2013LDCs and Global Value Chains: Using Aid for Trade to Seize New OpportunitiesGlobal value chains are key for LDCs to increase their share in global trade. Investment in Aid for Trade delivers significant returns, according to new evidence in this report.
07 Aug. 2013Improving Africa’s cotton value chain for Asian marketsStronger ties between African cotton producers/ginners and Asian buyers can improve the market positioning of African cotton. This study examines African challenges to improve along the value chain to meet Asia’s growing demand.
08 Mar. 2013Commonwealth Trade: Prospects for Stronger CooperationEnhanced economic cooperation among Commonwealth states could boost trade integration despite differences in terms of geographic location and economic development. This paper employs up to date trade statistics to analyse the export performances of the member states of the Commonwealth, recognising their differences in terms of levels of development and the business climate.
09 Oct. 2012Africa's Trade Potential: Export Opportunities in Growth MarketsSub-Saharan Africa can boost annual GDP by US $15 billion if time in customs clearance is cut by 50%, and add another US $20 billion by improving transport infrastructure. This paper outlines policy options to dramatically increase export growth.
The Participation of LDCs in Value ChainsAid for Trade programmes can boost the integration of Least Developed Countries (LDCs) into global value chains through the improvement of transport infrastructure and customs procedures.
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