Western and Central Africa
Eastern and Southern Africa
Eastern Europe and Central Asia
The international Trade Centre (ITC) helps developing countries tap the potential of trade in services for development.
ITC enables small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in developing and transition economies to become more competitive in services. To reach this goal ITC works with policymakers, trade and investment support institutions (TISIs) and directly with SMEs.
Services play a key role in the global economy, accounting for 70% of global GDP, 60% of global employment and 46% of global exports measured in value-added terms. ITC’s world-class services expertise is to build services enterprise competitiveness in ITC beneficiary countries. Key areas of ITC activities are tourism, IT & ITES and e-commerce. ITC also assists LDCs to take advantage of the LDC services waiver.
ITC-CCPIT-B20 China “E-commerce Dialogue: G20 Policy Options”
A high level event called “E-commerce Dialogue: G20 Policy Options” was held by ITC together with the...
Bringing SMEs onto the e-Commerce Highway
This report is a starting point for public-private dialogue to address e-commerce bottlenecks, especially for small firms in developing countries.
26 Aug 2016
Bangladeshi IT company Primetech secures Nigerian contract, enters African market
29 July 2016
CIFTIS brings new business, knowledge to 14 NTF III beneficiaries
27 Sept 2016
Indonesia: Study Tour to Geneva on Trade in Services Negotiations
28 May 2016
29 May - 1 Jun 2016
CIFTIS business-to-business event
26 May 2016
14 Sept 2015
Tourism and Trade: A Global Agenda for Sustainable Development
1 July 2016: E-commerce
Standards and Certifications for IT and ITES Outsourcing