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, 2000

A Mission for Detectives Looking for Importers
Perhaps no question is asked more frequently by exporters than "Where and how can I find importers?" Helping businesses to ferret out the response can be a real challenge. A firm grasp of specialized sources is necessary, but it is not enough: an inquisitive...
Frequently Asked Questions.About the World Trading System
Over the past four years, ITC's World T@de Net programme (previously the Uruguay Round Follow-up programme) has delivered nearly 200 seminars in 70 developing and transition economies to brief business and government leaders about the world trading system....
From the Editor
A decade ago, the workings of the world trading system interested only a select few. Today, it attracts growing interest from business, as nearly 90% of world trade is now regulated under WTO Agreements, and most products, services and markets are affected....
Our Readers Write
From Nepal, a call to encourage trade within regions Your latest issue was very informative. I was delighted to read about the harmonization of business laws by 15 African countries ("African Business Laws on CD-ROM, Internet", Forum 4/99). I believe...
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