Economic growth is often determined by the dynamism of particular sectors. ITC assists countries in adequately assessing a sector’s needs, identifying potential opportunities and formulating clear actions based on this information.
Value chains are at the heart of ITC’s sector strategy work - We deliver home-grown, market-led solutions to identify opportunities for value acquisition, retention, addition, creation and distribution in order to maximize the sectors contributions to broad-based socio-economic development. Over the past 15 years, ITC has developed over 100 sector-specific strategy solutions in more than 50 countries. Complete with detailed Plans of Action, these strategy solutions aim to maximize impact by upgrading value chains, developing certain sectors and addressing developmental concerns. Recent examples of our Sector Strategy work include:Nepal - Handmade paper and paper products (2017)Nepal - Coffee (2017)Nepal - Tea (2017)Nepal - Large Cardamom (2017)Kenya - Textile and Clothing Value Chain Roadmap (2016)Liberia - Tourism Sector Strategy (2016)Mauritius - Financial Services Sector Strategy (2017) Myanmar - Forestry Products Sector Strategy (2015)State of Palestine - Stones and Marble Sector Strategy (2014)Tanzania - Sunflower Sector Development Strategy (2016)
Enquiries should be directed to:
Chief, Trade Development Strategies Programme+41 (0)22 730-0588said[at]intracen.org
National Export Strategy - Myanmar
National Export Strategy - Sri Lanka