Magazine article International Trade Forum

ITC PUBLICATIONS: Resources on Trade and Export Development for Exporters, Trade Support Institutions and Policymakers

Magazine article International Trade Forum

ITC PUBLICATIONS: Resources on Trade and Export Development for Exporters, Trade Support Institutions and Policymakers

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01 SOCIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL STANDARDS: FROM FRAGMENTATION TO COORDINATION

Voluntary standards have been rising fast, leading to similar standards operating in the same markets. This study finds multiple standards in 86 of 90 markets it reviewed, creating confusion for consumers and producers alike. This joint report with the European University Institute is the second of a series that goes from identifying social and environmental standards to outlining markets that are most fragmented. It offers recommendations for coordination for standard-setting organizations and policymakers.

http://www.intracen.org/pubhcation/Social-and-environmental-standards-2017/

02 NEW PATHWAYS TO E-COMMERCE: A GLOBAL MSME COMPETITIVENESS SURVEY

This first International Trade Centre (ITC) e-commerce survey provides valuable insights that will allow countries to shape policies and practices that address business needs on the ground. To ensure that micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) can benefit from e-commerce, they need better access to e-platforms, payment and delivery services; streamlined customs procedures; and targeted skill building. …

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