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. 1, January-March

Achieving Suitable Export Quality in Processed Food Products
Adhering to the quality requirements of target markets is essential for successfully exporting processed food products. Such products must comply not only with official product standards and regulations in the import market but also the specifications...
Promoting Exports to Europe
The advent of the remaining single-market regulations of the European Community (EC) by the end of 1992 will simplify many aspects of marketing in Europe. But for practical product promotion purposes, it will be many years before Europe actually becomes...
Prospects in European Market for Culinary Herbs
According to a new ITC market study, some possibilities exist for exporters of herbs in developing countries to increase their sales to Europe. Imports of dried herbs into four of Europe's largest markets total approximately 12,000 tons to 13,000 tons...
The Ghana Export School: Success with Minimum Investment
In an effort to diversify and promote exports of nontraditional products, Ghana has implemented a series of policy and institutional reforms over the last several years. One of these has entailed strengthening the Ghana Export Promotion Council (GEPC),...