International Trade Forum

English
Frequency
Irregular
ISSN: 
1564-5304 (online)
DOI: 
10.18356/1216c6be-en
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The International Trade Forum is the magazine of the International Trade Centre (ITC). It focuses on trade promotion and export development, as part of ITC’s technical cooperation programme with developing countries and economies in transition. The magazine is published quarterly since 1964 in English, French and Spanish.
 

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  24 Oct 2016 Agenda from 11 January 2016
ITC
Volume 2016 Issue 1
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  24 Oct 2016 A journey through a fellowship at ITC
Vivienne Katjiuongua
The Mo Ibrahim Fellowship has been described as a programme designed to mentor future African leaders. For example, fellows receive mentoring from the current leaders of key multilateral institutions: the International Trade Centre (ITC), the African Development Bank (AfDB) and United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA).
Volume 2016 Issue 1
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  24 Oct 2016 Empowering Madagascan women with environmental know-how
Ann-Kathrin Zotz
It is somewhat ironic that with more than 3 billion people, the rural poor, who have very little in the way of personal resources, constitute the largest group of natural resource managers. Within this group, women have a key role in sourcing natural resources as farmers and household providers. They are responsible for harvesting, collecting of fuel and water and cultivating subsistence crops.
Volume 2016 Issue 1
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  24 Oct 2016 Three reasons financial technology works for green SMEs
Brindusa Fidanza
For years, technology has been adopted by large organizations to streamline operations with little innovation. Advances in technology and data management capabilities now provide an opportunity to disrupt traditional financing, create new value in the green economy, at large scale and with reduced transaction costs. Fintech – short for financial technology – has become the new buzzword and it has already seen tremendous success in crowd funding and market lending areas.
Volume 2016 Issue 1
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  24 Oct 2016 Making trade deliver for the climate
Ingrid Jegou
The decision at the United Nations meeting on climate change (COP21) last December to adopt the Paris Agreement marked a fundamental shift towards a new, global climate regime.
Volume 2016 Issue 1
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  24 Oct 2016 Propelling Morocco to new markets - Interview: Susanna Pak, staff writer, International Trade Centre
Susanna Pak
From aerospace to seafood, Maroc Export helps small and medium-sized enterprises in a wide range of sectors to tap new export markets.
Volume 2016 Issue 1
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  24 Oct 2016 A revolution for gender parity?
Naadiya Moosajee
Because I am a woman, I will earn between 25% and 40% less that a man doing the same job, if I’m lucky, according to numbers released by UN Women.
Volume 2016 Issue 1
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  24 Oct 2016 She trades, because she can
Vanessa Erogbogbo
Stephen Elop, the former Microsoft executive, said on the takeover of Finnish mobile-device maker Nokia a couple of years ago that ‘we didn’t do anything wrong, but somehow, we lost’.
Volume 2016 Issue 1
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  24 Oct 2016 A new strategy to address gender inequality
Sri Mulyani Indrawati
The evidence is clear: when countries value girls and women as much as boys and men; when they invest in their health, education, and skills training; when they give women greater opportunities to participate in the economy, manage incomes, own and run businesses – the benefits extend far beyond individual girls and women. They expand to include their children and families, their communities, societies and economies at large.
Volume 2016 Issue 1
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  24 Oct 2016 Building women's economic empowerment
Suzi Nandera
The adoption of the new Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in September 2015 marked a momentous year for the United Nations. They aim to transform lives in the 21st century and address such challenges as poverty, gender inequality and unemployment.
Volume 2016 Issue 1
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