CotonouLe 20 Avril 2017ARANCHA GONZÁLEZEXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Sign Memorandum of Understanding pledging wide-ranging cooperation over five years
ITC-facilitated regional approach to cotton-to-clothing industry presented at ICAC Plenary Meeting in Greece
ITC facilitates new Africa-Asia business partnerships by ensuring ginners produce cotton that meets buyers’ standards of quality
Trade promotion programmes result in higher-quality goods for global consumption, more job opportunities for women and reduced poverty rates.
Indian spinners look to Africa’s opposite cotton-growing season to expand business and increase African exports.
ITC’s Cotton Development Initiative uses South-South cooperation to make Africa a stronger competitor in the international cotton trade. It has two major focus areas: facilitating learning and collaboration with countries that have successfully built...
Cotton is one success of Zambia’s turn towards a market economy and offers a powerful tool for poverty reduction. Until recently, the industry had been dominated by the foreign-owned private sector that dictated prices and marketing arrangements for...
On the 15 and 16 November, ITC, with the participation of the Common
Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA), organised a two-day
workshop in Dar-Es-Salaam, Tanzania for a group of 15 cotton
stakeholders from Ethiopia, Kenya, Malawi, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia and
As the 100% Aid for Trade agency, ITC brings the private sector voice to trade development. It partners with the private sector to ensure that Aid for Trade leads small and medium enterprises to global markets. Within this framework, ITC facilitates...