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    ITC highlights SME trade costs at WTO Aid for Trade Reviewgfhjk
    30.06.2015

    Private sector views on costs related to non-tariff measures in spotlight

    ITC fuelling India-East Africa trade and investment_thmb
    20.03.2015

    SMEs in India, Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania and Uganda set to gain from strengthened trade and investment ties.

    EU funds for ITC
    20.02.2013

    ITC's online market analysis tools will in 2013 continue to be free for users in developing and least developed countries, thanks to financial support from the European Commission...

    Easing the burden of non-tariff barriers
    01.10.2012

    The history of trade policy since World War II is one of remarkable success in terms of reducing tariffs.

    01.10.2012

    Despite a global decline in tariff rates to historically low levels, trade is far from being free.

    01.10.2012

    During the past decades bilateral and multilateral trade agreements have led to a reduction in tariff-related barriers to global trade. But during the same period the world has experienced a steady rise in the number of non-tariff measures (NTMs).

    31.08.2012

    ITC adds company data from more than 60 countries to Trade Map, improving the ability of companies to identify trading partners across the world.

    06.08.2012

    Geneva-based African officials are trained in how to use and take advantage of ITC’s market analysis tools. 

    29.06.2012

    Small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) exporting from developing countries suffer the brunt of complying with market access conditions.To make market entry rules more transparent, ITC has redeveloped its online analysis tool Market Access Map, available as 30 June 2012. Users in developing countries and territories can use the tool at no cost...   

    10.01.2011

    A new ITC report on market access, transparency and fairness in global trade concludes that ‘market access begins at home’. It argues that further reducing barriers to trade between developing countries needs to be an essential part of the way forward...

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