Western and Central Africa
Eastern and Southern Africa
Eastern Europe and Central Asia
What sells in e-commerce: New evidence from Asian LDCs
Cross-border e-commerce can help least developed countries (LDCs) to become more competitive and diversify their exports – and this is...
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...
Status, Opportunities and Challenges of BRICS e-commerce
BRICS countries – Brazil, the Russian Federation, India, China, and South Africa – are becoming increasingly important players in the global e-commerce market.
Tourism and Trade: A Global Agenda for Sustainable Development
Tourism's huge potential for job growth and sustainable development justifies a greater share of aid and coordinated export strategies,...
Making the Most of the LDC Services Waiver
Benefitting from the LDC services waiver depends on taking 10 key actions; ITC can help.The guide also outlines how ITC can work with LDCs..
Sustaining Coalitions of Services Industries
Funding, government relations and outreach are critical to sustain coalitions of services industries (CSIs).Best practices to sustain and...
Creating Coalitions of Services Industries
To educate policymakers about obstacles specific to trade in services, this guide is for firms, associations and trade institutions who wish to join forces through coalitions.
Mobilizing Business for a New APEC Services Agenda
Asia-Pacific businesses call for services business groupings to join forces in a regional coalition, to shape a new APEC services agenda....
Trade in Environmental Goods and Services: Opportunities and Challenges
Understanding the global demand for environmental goods and services can unlock new export opportunities for developing country SMEs. This...
New Pathways to E-commerce: A Global MSME Competitiveness Survey
This first ITC e-commerce survey provides valuable insights that will allow countries to shape policies and practices that address the real business needs on the ground.
BRICS countries: Emerging players in global services trade
BRICS countries – Brazil, the Russian Federation, India, China, and South Africa – have emerged as important players in global services trade.
International E-Commerce in Africa: The Way Forward
This joint ITC-Alibaba publication reviews the context of e-commerce development in China and identifies what is needed for foreign firms to…
African enterprises can be successful in international e-commerce, provided they are supported to address financial, infrastructure and socio-political barriers...
Services in COMESA – An Industry Perspective
A regional services industries group can help boost trade in services in the COMESA region, as this joint ITC-COMESA Business Council..
Services in Global Value Chains: Solar Panel Manufacturing in China
This case study of a Chinese solar panel producer investigates the role of services in manufacturing value chains, and highlights the effect...
Global Value Chains in Services: A Case Study on Costa Rica
Global value chains in services can boost economies of small developing countries. The case of Costa Rica illustrates how global value...
13 Apr 2018
25 Sept 2017
22 Aug 2017
28 Jul 2017
UNWTO-ITC National Tourism Export Strategies
26 May 2016
Bringing SMEs onto the E-Commerce Highway
16-20 April 2018
ITC at UNCTAD E-commerce week
10-13 December 2017
ITC at Eleventh WTO Ministerial Conference
26 Sept 2017
ITC at the WTO Public Forum 2017
11- 13 Jul 2017
ITC at the sixth Aid for Trade Global Review
24 - 28 Apr 2017
13 Apr 2018: e-commerce
16 Mar 2018: e-commerce
7 Dec 2017: e-commerce
27 Sept 2017: e-commerce
10 Jul 2017: tourism
E-commerce for SMEs: An Introduction for Policymakers
Building Competitiveness in Trade in Services
Standards and Certifications for IT and ITES Outsourcing