Western and Central Africa
Eastern and Southern Africa
Eastern Europe and Central Asia
ITC national export strategiesThe most comprehensive strategy solution that ITC offers is the national export strategy (NES). Each NES is composed of a master strategic framework document, detailed strategies for priority sectors and individual strategies for key trade support functions.As part of our inclusive approach, ITC strongly believes that each country’s strategy should be publicly accessible. Some recent examples of ITC-facilitated strategy solutions can be found below:Myanmar. ITC and Myanmar worked under the vision of “Sustainable export-led growth and prosperity for an emerging Myanmar”. Priority sectors included tourism, forestry products, fishery products, rice, rubber, textile, and beans, pulses and oilseeds. Priority functions included access to finance, trade information, quality management, and trade facilitation.Palestine. ITC and Palestine worked under the vision of “Export-led prosperity, made in Palestine”. Priority sectors included olive oil, agro-processed meat, furniture, footwear, garments, tourism, ICT, and stone and marble. Priority functions included access to finance, quality management, trade information, and trade facilitation and logistics.St. Lucia. ITC and St. Lucia worked under the vision of “Uniquely Saint Lucian with a global appeal”. Priority sectors included ICT, creative industries, renewable energy, tourism, and food and beverages.Priority functions included access to finance, trade facilitation, innovation, and skills development and education services.
Sector strategiesITC has designed sector specific strategies for more than 50 sectors:
Trade support function strategiesThese strategies are designed to strengthen key trade support areas that benefit all sectors of the economy:
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Functional strategies have included areas such as:
All our strategies can be downloaded from Trade Strategy Map.
If you would like to learn more about ITC's trade development strategies, please contact us.
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