Comoros

Comores: Analyse de l'évolution des marchés pour la vanille et ylang-ylang
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Ramin
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Granfar
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granfar@intracen.org
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This project contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals, as defined by the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

<p>The project entails the undertaking of an analytical study to understand the reasons for the sharp decline of the exports of Vanilla and ylang-ylang from The Comoros with the onset of the COVID19 pandemic. The report will also provide recommendations on measures to overcome the problems &nbsp;in exporting/selling these products.</p><p><br>ITC proposes to carry out its technical assistance work on the following axes:<br>1. Analysis of regional and global market developments for vanilla and ylang ylang;<br>2. Survey of economic players to illustrate the evolution of the market for vanilla and ylang ylang, the reasons for this development and the stakeholders&apos; suggestions to boost exports in the sectors concerned.<br>3. Provide recommendations for the revitalization of exports including in relation to the strengthening of sectors through professional organizations and dedicated public institutions.</p>

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C361
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OIC: Trade and market intelligence for ICDT
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Mathieu
Last name
Loridan
Email
loridan@intracen.org

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This project contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals, as defined by the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

<p>The project will strengthen ICDT services on trade intelligence to support the public and private sector from the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) to make better informed decisions and, in the long term, to contribute to an increase of trade between OIC Member States through the embedding of Market Analysis Tools, the development of an online Trade Helpdesk and the development of trade-related studies.</p>

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C175
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Conducive policy and regulatory environment: Trade negotiations and policy reform
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Jean-Sebastien
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Roure
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roure@intracen.org

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This project contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals, as defined by the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

<p>The ITC&rsquo;s Supporting Trade Negotiations and Policy Reform Programme seeks to strengthen the capacity of public and private sector stakeholders to contribute to trade negotiations and policy/regulatory formulation on emerging matters relating to facilitating investment, green trade, e-commerce/digitalization, inclusive trade, sustainable and resilient value chains, industrialization plans, strengthened multilateral and regional integration, and other trade and investment policy issues identified as relevant for a conducive business environment.</p><p>Through this project, ITC will, in relation to the topics mentioned above, seek to (a) generate awareness/understanding of stakeholders through information-sharing/awareness-raising engagements; (b) capacitate stakeholders to engage in informed and inclusive trade and investment policy and regulatory reforms; and (c) support domestic trade and investment policy reforms through technical studies/analyses and related advisory support to facilitate implementation of reforms, including undertaking legislative/regulatory reforms.</p><p>In designing and implementing such support, ITC builds upon the multilateral and regional/bilateral trading frameworks in place to ensure there is a coherent and coordinated approach to domestic trade and investment policy reforms and that measures implemented are aligned with trade commitments undertaken and/or international best practices in this regard.</p><p>The activities implemented under this project will be based on requests received from countries/institutions.<!--[if !supportAnnotations]--><a href="#_msocom_1" language="JavaScript" name="_msoanchor_1"></a><a href="#_msocom_2" language="JavaScript" name="_msoanchor_2"></a><!--[endif]--></p><!--[if !supportAnnotations]--><!--[endif]--><!--[if !supportAnnotations]--><!--[endif]--><!--[if !supportAnnotations]--><!--[endif]--><a href="#_msoanchor_1"></a>

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C128
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Comoros: Improving public-private dialogue and quality management systems to benefit from Economic Partnership Agreement with the EU
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Ramin
Last name
Granfar
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granfar@intracen.org
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This project contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals, as defined by the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

<p>Further to the ratification of the Economic Partnerships agreements in January 2019 by the Comoros, this initiative which is supported financially by the European Union, and technically by ITC, aims to 1) advance the industrialization of The Comoros by improving the business environment and 2) improving the capacity to conform to higher product standards. &nbsp;The initiative will build on the ongoing work on strengthening public-private dialogue platforms as well as efforts to consolidate the attractiveness of the Comorian origin. The technical cooperation will focus not only on trainings and advisory services, but also on putting these into use during the life of the project. UNIDO will in parallel provide technical support to existing business incubators serving Comorian SMEs.&nbsp;</p>

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B963
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Comoros: UK Trade Partnerships Programme
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Ramin
Last name
Granfar
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granfar@intracen.org
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<p><span data-contrast="auto" lang="EN-US">ITC through UK Trade Partnerships Programme has identified potential growth along the entire value chain in the vanilla and clove industries in Comoros. Increasing trade volumes will bring higher export earnings and new agri-business jobs.</span><span data-ccp-props="{}">&nbsp;</span></p>

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B901
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Comoros: Improving the competitiveness of vanilla, ylang-ylang and clove exports
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First name
Ramin
Last name
Granfar
Email
granfar@intracen.org
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Sustainable Development Goals

This project contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals, as defined by the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
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External ID
A863
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Trade Intelligence: UK Trade Partnerships Programme
Contact
First name
Mathieu
Last name
Loridan
Email
loridan@intracen.org

Sustainable Development Goals

This project contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals, as defined by the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

<p><span data-contrast="none">ITC&rsquo;s trade and market intelligence interventions in the 24 UK Trade Partnerships Programme countries will consist of several interrelated components</span><span data-contrast="none">&nbsp;</span><span data-contrast="none">to foster transparency and &nbsp;enhanced access</span><span data-contrast="none">&nbsp;to information on trade opportunities and market access requirements <span data-contrast="none">for small and medium</span><span data-contrast="none">-</span><span data-contrast="none">sized e</span><span data-contrast="none">nterprises</span></span><span data-contrast="none" lang="EN-US">. This will be done</span><span data-contrast="none">&nbsp;through</span><span data-contrast="none" lang="EN-US">&nbsp;data</span><span data-contrast="none"> sharing, capacity building, and</span><span data-contrast="none" lang="EN-US">&nbsp;the</span><span data-contrast="none"> setting up of&nbsp;</span><span data-contrast="none" lang="EN-US">trade&nbsp;</span><span data-contrast="none">obstacle alert mechanisms.</span></p>

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Sub-Saharan Africa
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While multi-dimensional poverty remains high in sub-Saharan Africa, the continent's high growth rates and youthful demographics make it an attractive investment destination. Big opportunities exist to create jobs, boost incomes and reduce poverty by connecting African small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) to international trade and increasing local value addition to Africa’s assets in agrifood, manufacturing and services. ITC’s emphasis on digital connectivity and the green transition is helping transform digital landscapes across Sub Saharan Africa with our support to tech startups and tech hubs.

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Small island developing states
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ITC recognizes that small island developing states (SIDS) face an unique set of challenges, particularly their vulnerability to external shocks. ITC works with SIDS to improve their export performance through regional collaboration, focused sectoral programmes, institutional support and strengthening the private sector. We also assist these states to trade mainly agricultural products that are attractive to niche markets that demand products proven to be sustainable economically, socially and environmentally.

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