International Trade Forum

Magazine available in three languages focuses on trade development for developing and transition economics. It analyzes trends, opportunities, provides views from trade development experts and reports on International Trade Forum events and services.

Articles from No. 2, April-June

ITC's Technical Cooperation Activities: Annual Report
Foreword On behalf of the International Trade Centre UNCTAD/WTO (ITC), I am pleased to submit to ITC's parent bodies and other stakeholders ITC's annual report for the year 1996. The report situates the efforts of ITC in the context of the changing...
New Information and Communication Technologies for Market Development
With the globalization of the international economy, the availability of cost-effective means for data, communication is a major factor in competitiveness. Business opportunities must be seized immediately. For this purpose companies have to be in a...
Supply and Demand Surveys: A Tool for Promoting South-South Trade
Opportunities may exist for expanding trade among developing countries. How an ITC technique can provide a stimulus. ITC is increasingly involved in the promotion of trade cooperation among developing countries and economies in transition. As part of...
U.S. Market Ripe for Tropical Juice Imports
The U.S. import market for tropical fruit juices, concentrates and pulp and puree (mostly in bulk form) was valued at an estimated $125 million in 1995.With imports of pineapple juice and concentrate amounting to about $81 million in 1995, the United...