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Las publicaciones del ITC acercan la voz del mundo empresarial al comercio sostenible y se centran en los países en desarrollo. Ofrecemos asesoramiento a los encargados de formular políticas, las organizaciones de apoyo empresarial y las pequeñas empresas. Nuestros informes ofrecen información para facilitar que el comercio sea más inclusivo, ecológico, digital y competitivo.

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Thailand, one of the world’s most export-driven economies, is a leading exporter of rice, various food products and electronic components.ITC surveyed over 1,000 Thai companies to understand their perceptions of non-tariff measures (NTMs). Overall, 38% of Thai exporters are affected by burdensome...

European exporters have similar experiences with non-tariff measures (NTMs) as developing countries, especially for procedures related to technical regulations, conformity assessment and rules of origin.An ITC-European Commission survey, based on 8100 company interviews in all 28 European Union (EU)...

As a major palm oil, cocoa, rubber and coffee exporter, Indonesia plays a key role in global and regional commodity markets. An ITC survey among 950 Indonesian companies finds that 51% of fresh and processed food exporters face burdensome regulations. Delays and high costs for technical and...

Este informe anual, publicado conjuntamente por el ITC, la OMC y la UNCTAD, presenta las condiciones arancelarias de acceso a mercados para bienes impuestas por 164 Miembros de la OMC y otros países. El informe contiene estadísticas agregadas sobre productos; aranceles impuestos y enfrentados...

The Environmental Mainstreaming Guide provides International Trade Centre (ITC) project managers with tools to assess environmental considerations in project planning and implementation, in order to mitigate risks, enhance resilience and seize opportunities to expand trade in sustainable goods and...

This joint ITC-Alibaba publication reviews the context of e-commerce development in China and identifies what is needed for foreign firms to enter the market.China's cross-border e-commerce has been growing rapidly in recent years. This development has brought new and innovative ways to access...

Standards and regulations have a major impact on SME competitiveness. By meeting the standard for trade, the theme of this year’s SME Competitiveness Outlook report, SMEs increase their chances to connect to international value chains and consumers in a socially and environmentally sustainable...

Las normas y los reglamentos tienen repercusiones importantes en la competitividad de las pymes.El tema central del informe Perspectivas de competitividad de las pymes de este año es "Cumplir las normas para fomentar el comercio". Cuando las pymes siguen dicha recomendación, aumentan sus...

Standards and regulations have a major impact on SME competitiveness.

Trade in biodiversity generates income for some of the world’s poorest people, while also contributing to wildlife conservation. Two reports on python skin exports in Peninsular Malaysia and Viet Nam outline how this trade from wild-harvested and captive-bred sources creates employment and reduces...

Trade in biodiversity generates income for some of the world’s poorest people, while also contributing to wildlife conservation. Two reports on python skin exports in Peninsular Malaysia and Viet Nam outline how this trade from wild-harvested and captive-bred sources creates employment and reduces...

The design of governance structure of social and environmental sustainability standards determines how accessible they are to producers in developing countries.The increase in consumer demand for sustainable trade has given rise to a growing array of social and environmental standards. This joint...