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  • Numéro 01/2011

    Dans un monde de plus en plus connecté, la technologie change radicalement la façon de faire des affaires. Dans l'apès-crise, les technologies de l'information et de la communication en particulier continueront de jouer un rôle croissant dans l'avenir du commerce en stimulant des entreprises afin qu'elles tirent parti des nouvelles opportunités de marché.

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  • 01.04.2011

    A recent report by the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) highlights new opportunities for the poor to benefit from ICTs and mobile technology, urging governments and policymakers to take full advantage of...

    01.04.2011

    The role of innovation and the use of information and communications technology (ICT) to further the Aid for Trade agenda was one of the key themes explored at the World Export Development Forum (WEDF), held in Chongqing, China in September 2010.Looking...

    01.04.2011

    The 44th Session of ITC’s Joint Advisory Group (JAG) Meeting in December 2010 saw emphasis placed on the commitment to a partnership approach by the ITC, World Trade Organization (WTO) and United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD)...

    01.04.2011

    On the 100th anniversary of International Women’s Day in March 2011, ITC celebrated the successes women have made in trade. At an event co-hosted by the World Trade Organization (WTO), ITC recognized the vital contribution women make...

    01.04.2011

    Lighting Africa, a joint International Finance Corporation (IFC) and World Bank programme, is mobilizing the private sector to build sustainable markets that provide safe, affordable and modern off-grid lighting to Africa’s un-electrified communities....

    01.04.2011

    By removing the obstacles to technology, language and literacy, Question Box – an initiative of US-based not-for-profit Open Mind – is breaking down the barriers to eradicating poverty by providing easy access to information in hard-to-reach...

    01.04.2011

    The future of global trade is on the Internet and Trade Promotion Organizations (TPOs) have a critical role to play in securing a significant share of this value for their constituent exporters. According to the International Data Corporation, worldwide...

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    01.04.2011

    Information and communication are essential to trade. In the most general terms, buyers must communicate with sellers, both must have information about product and pricing, and negotiation of any kind requires selective communication...

    01.04.2011

    Developing countries that create an institutional environment that is favourable to economic and technological change tend to benefit most from the effects of international trade liberalization.1 In contrast, countries that primarily...

    01.04.2011

    Since 2005 Colombian companies have been relieved of the time-consuming need to visit the numerous government offices involved in the international trade process by the establishment of the Single Window for Foreign Trade – SWFT. To facilitate trade,...

    01.04.2011

    In North Africa, women entrepreneurs are discovering the potential of online business platforms, but having a website alone is not enough. Success in the online environment also depends on having a good business and marketing plan supported by sympathetic...

    01.04.2011

    An innovative ITC project established in 1999 continues to benefit a growing number of small coffee farmers each year. Through an Internet auction and rigorous selection process, a global competition is rewarding farmers committed to producing high-quality...

    01.04.2011

    In an increasingly connected world, creative uses of technology provide new opportunities to enable two-way information flows between governments and citizens. Through its ICT Knowledge Platform on Innovations for Accountability and Service Delivery...

    01.04.2011

    ITC’s new web-based interactive market analysis tool, Standards Map, allows users to review and compare standards and their requirements through user-friendly online navigation and searching.  Complementing other ITC resources including...

    01.04.2011

    Although Bangladesh has yet to carve out a significant share of the large and growing market for the offshoring of information technology and business process services, with the assistance of ITC steps are under way to strengthen Bangladesh’s...

    01.04.2011

    In Benin, an ITC project is connecting fruit processors with suppliers and buyers through a supply-chain wide ‘virtual market place’ that connects product offers to demand through connected devices.   One person standing to benefit is Ms....

    01.04.2011

    ITC’s new websiteIn March 2011, ITC launched its new website, which has consolidated existing multiple websites onto a single platform. Underpinned by a client-focused approach, the new website is the result of ITC’s strategy to improve communications....

    01.04.2011

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