ITC offers a wide range of resources and tools to provide up-to-date information and data on markets world-wide.
Non-tariff measures (NTMs) are of particular concern to exporters and importers in developing countries, as they are a major impediment to international trade and can prevent market access. – Find out more on understanding what NTM’s are, view official data and business surveys for specific countries.
ITC’s “Guide to Geographical Indicators: Linking Products to their Origine” provides hands-on advice to developing country agri-business producer groups, who are considering the registration of Geographical Indications (GIs) for their unique products. The Guide is based on the findings and recommendations of almost 200 surveys and reports, and includes eight detailed case studies on products from developing countries.
The Trade Treaties Map tool is a multilingual web-based system on multilateral trade treaties and instruments designed to assist trade support institutions (TSIs) and policymakers in optimizing their country's legal framework on international trade.
The SME Competitiveness Survey is designed to measure the international competitiveness of enterprises. The data collected through the Survey helps policymakers, business associations, and investors make more informed policy decisions to support SMEs and inclusive economic growth. Partners which carry out the SMECS receive a comprehensive assessment of enterprise competitiveness in their country.