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ITC publications bring the business voice to sustainable trade, with a focus on developing countries. We offer guidance for trade policymakers, business support organizations and small firms. Our reports offer insights to make trade more inclusive, green, digital and competitive.

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Global value chains in services can boost economies of small developing countries. The case of Costa Rica illustrates how global value chains in services can enable small developing countries to be significant actors in twenty-first century trade and investment patterns, as well as the challenges to...

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This paper describes in detail the types of claim statements permissible for dietary supplements and health food products, non-food cosmetic products, and over-the-counter drug products marketed in the United States. In the United States, regulations determine the statements that a company can...

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Paper dealing with potential fiscal revenue losses in malaria endemic countries, resulting from elimination of import duties and tariffs on anti-malaria products (medicines for treating/preventing of malaria, diagnostic tests, mosquito nets, insecticides for indoor residual spraying, and pumps for...

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This is a guide to Brazil’s trade remedy procedures (anti-dumping, countervailing and safeguards measures), seen from the perspective of WTO Agreements. It highlights substantive and procedural aspects of Brazilian law and practice targeted at the country’s trade partners – business managers,...

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This report was prepared as an input to Rwanda’s Ministry of Agriculture and Animal Resources for the development of their action plan for organic agriculture and trade. It can also serve as a model for a policy for organic in other developing countries as well as give some guidance for existing...

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