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

Export Production Villages: Sri Lanka's Novel Approach
Sri Lanka has introduced a new type of village company that develops and promotes exports from rural areas. The rural sector in many developing countries offers potential for increased exports, as well as for expanded employment opportunities in what...
Favourable Outlook for Exports of Imitation Jewellery
Imports of imitation jewellery into European markets have moved up to high levels in recent years, coming to nearly US$780 million in 1991, and demand continues to expand. Because many of these articles are produced partially or entirely by hand, developing...
Import Channels in France
Developing country exporters selling to the French market should be aware of changes underway in import channels for their products. France is one of the largest markets for exporters in developing countries. Information on the structure of French marketing...
Prospects for Cephalopods Bright in the U.S. Market
Imports of octopus, cuttlefish and squid into the United States are expanding and this trend is expected to continue. International trade in cephalopods more than doubled in volume and nearly tripled in value during the past decade. World imports of...
The EC's New System for Ensuring Product Quality
With the advent of the single market, the European Community has adopted a new approach to the question of product quality. In parallel with the creation of its single market, the European Community (EC) has adopted a new approach to its technical legislation,...
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