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, 1994

Ensuring Quality in Spice Exports: Example of India
India is the leading country in the production, consumption and export of spices. Almost all spices are grown in this country, with the important ones being black pepper, cardamom, ginger, turmeric, chilli, coriander, cumin, fennel, fenugreek, celery,...
Handicraft Exports: Some Suggestions for Successful Marketing
To export successfully artisans producing handcrafted products need to be able to supply according to the quantity, quality, design, price and timing requirements of the foreign buyer. Although this is often not an easy task for small handicraft producers,...
Helping Small and Medium-Size Firms to Enter Export Markets
Although small and medium-size enterprises (SMEs) often account for well over half of industrial production in developing countries, their share in exports is generally much lower. More SMEs could be efficient exporters if they were given the right kind...
How Chambers Can Generate Income to Expand Their Trade Services
Chambers of commerce and other business organizations in many developing countries are facing increasing demand to expand their foreign trade services, both to meet the needs of the growing number of companies entering world markets and to offer more...
Tropical Nuts: Strong Demand in the United Kingdom
The United Kingdom is a large and dynamic market for most types of edible nuts, particularly those that are of special interest to developing countries--Brazil nuts, cashews, pistachios, macadamia nuts and peanuts (hand-picked, selected groundnuts)....
Using Marketing Techniques to Finance Training Institutions
Training institutions committed to providing high-quality business education and research often need to seek additional sources of revenue to finance their expanding activities. This may be necessary to increase the range and improve the quality of their...
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