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  • 15-17 Dec. 2011, CICG, Geneva

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    The WTO's Ministerial Conference, its highest level decision making body, is taking place at the Centre International de Conférences Genève (CICG) in Geneva, Switzerland from 15-17 December 2011. At the conference, ITC is involved in sessions focusing on the future of the multilateral trading system, sourcing from women vendors, the accession to the WTO of Samoa, and issues facing Least Developed Countries, among others. News from the conference, with a special focus on ITC-related events, will be added to this page regularly between Thursday and Sunday. You can also follow our take on the proceedings via http://twitter.com/itcnews.

    Full details about ITC's involvement at the Ministerial Conference can be found here.

  • Highlights

    Curacao -thumb.jpg
    23.04.2020

    Digital solutions will strengthen Curaçao’s economy and help battle the effects of COVID-19, according to a new trade plan endorsed by the Caribbean island

    Tonga to develop comprehensive trade and investment policy framework2
    19.04.2016

    ITC and PIFS to help guide the Kingdom of Tonga mainstream trade into its national development strategy.

    Seychelles’ WTO accession broadens its access to global markets_
    12.12.2014

    The island nation of Seychelles has become the 161st member of the World Trade Organization (WTO), gaining with it the opportunity to better integrate into the multilateral trading system. The Minister of Finance, Trade and Investment, H.E. Mr. Pierre...

    ITC Executive Director Arancha González with Yemen’s Minister of Industry and Trade, Dr Saadaldeen Ali Salim Talib thumbn
    28.05.2014

    West Asian state can benefit from enhanced global trade

    Participants from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Ethiopia, Liberia and Sudan attend an ITC training to sharpen their understanding of WTO agreements
    17.05.2014

    Policymakers and members of the business community of developing countries now have a sharper understanding of World Trade Organization (WTO) agreements after a training programme by the International Trade Centre (ITC), aimed at accelerating their countries’...

    Boosting knowledge of WTO trade th
    07.04.2014

    Representatives of the business community, government officials and academics from the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) are in Geneva this week to receive training on the multilateral trading system and implications of World Trade Organization...

    Liberian Government partners with ITC to foster business support for WTO accession - thumbnail
    29.03.2014

    The International Trade Centre (ITC) is bringing together members of the Liberian public and private sectors to discuss liberalization of the country’s financial services – a step towards the country’s efforts to becoming a member of the World Trade...

    The Afghan delegation visits an inland container depot in Dadri as part of a technical capacity-building workshop in Delhi on 11 March thumbnail
    27.03.2014

    Trade plays a vital role in improving and reconstructing the economy of Afghanistan, even as it remains reliant on aid for trade. The Central Asian country has been an accession candidate to the World Trade Organization (WTO) since 2004. As part of Afghanistan’s...

    Targeting support for trade facilitation in West Africa thumbnail
    23.03.2014

    The West African Economic and Monetary Union (WAEMU) is teaming up with the International Trade Centre (ITC) to ensure full implementation of the World Trade Organization’s (WTO) Trade Facilitation Agreement. ITC Executive Director Arancha González met...

    Multiplying trade opportunities in the Pacific region through a new partnership thumbnail
    07.03.2014

    The International Trade Centre (ITC) is looking to give the Pacific region an economic boost by launching new projects in Papua New Guinea, Samoa and Vanuatu.ITC is partnering with the trade promotion organization Pacific Islands Trade & Invest (PT&I)...

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