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

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


ORDERING DETAILS ITC publications  To order ITC publications online Publications are listed online with prices and can be ordered at ITC's e-shop at www.intracen.org/about/e-shop and via the National Book Network (NBN) at: https://unp.un.org  To buy publications by mail United Nations Publications Customer Service c/o National Book Network PO Box 190 Blue Ridge Summit, PA 17214 USA e-mail: unpublications@nbnbooks.com  In Europe, Africa, and the Middle East: Turpin Distribution Pegasus Drive Stratton Business Park Biggleswade SG18 8TQ United Kingdom e-mail: custserv@turpin-distribution.com  Publications are tree in limited numbers for official trade-related institutions. For print copies, contact ITC Publications at: itcreg@intracen.org.  New papers  For free download, please visit: www.intracenorg/publications MEDIATION AND ARBITRATION                     01 IN UEMOA COUNTRIES This guide provides an overview of mediation and arbitration options to settle disputes available to companies in western Africa which are part of the West African Economic and Monetary Union (UEMOA) economic region. The overview is also useful to trade promotion bodies and centres of mediation and arbitration. Language: French. wwwintracen,org/publication/Mediation-and -arbitrationan-UEM0A-countries -FR  EXPLORING MALAWI'S                            02 EXPORT POTENTIAL Regional integration is the key to Malawi's trade success, according to a new International Trade Centre report that uncovers the country's untapped export potential in agro-processing. This report is a roadmap for Malawian exporters and policymakers to identify higher value-added products and markets with growth potential, as well as giving guidance to realizing those opportunities and overcoming production challenges. … 

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