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

Measures for Ensuring Quality Conformance in Imports
When an importer places an order with a foreign supplier it is essential that the goods received conform to those specified in the purchase contract. Although detailed specifications may have been drawn up, and reference made to these in the contract...
Processed Wood Products: The Challenging U.S. Market
The large U.S. market for wooden furniture, builders' woodwork and other processed wood products is growing, although moderately, and should offer opportunities for developing country exporters in some product lines, according to a new ITC market study...
Promoting Exports in Europe - Part II: Using Trade Fairs and Advertising
Exporters in developing countries marketing in Europe can use a range of sales promotion techniques to make their products known to importers and buyers. Among these are sales promotion literature, sales trips, trade fairs and advertising. The selection...
Trade Promotion Organizations: A Variety of Approaches
According to research and advisory work undertaken by ITC over the past several years on national trade promotion organizations (TPOs), these institutions differ considerably throughout the world in their structure and functions. Although some organizational...
Using Trade Fairs and Advertising
Exporters in developing countries marketing in Europe can use a range of sales promotion techniques to make their products known to importers and buyers. Among these are sales promotion literature, sales trips, trade fairs and advertising. The selection...

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