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    Women coffee entrepreneurs from Africa and Latin America sell 378 tons of coffee after participating in business-to-business meetings in Seattle, Washington.

    Austrade teams up with ITC to launch

    Foreign trade representatives around the world now have access to updated guidelines on promoting trade abroad in line with national trade policy and export strategies, with the launch of the book, ‘Entering New Markets: A Guide for Trade Representatives’....

    African cotton

    ITC facilitates new Africa-Asia business partnerships by ensuring ginners produce cotton that meets buyers’ standards of quality


    Fashion as an enabler of economic growth will take centre stage at the 5th Tokyo International Conference on African Development (TICAD V), an event aimed at expanding the market share of ethically produced fashion by linking businesses to global...


    ‘The private sector is not thinking regionally’ is an echo I often hear in government circles charged with the responsibility of promoting intra-African trade. Basking in the comfort of supplying domestic markets, private businesses fear competition...


    The story of Art Atlas Peru is proof that shrewd business and a commitment to social welfare can go hand in hand. Art Atlas Peru is an ecological and socially driven enterprise that produces sweaters and cardigans from the highest quality natural fibres,...


    Developing business in commodities such as coffee or tea or in fresh fruit and vegetables represents great potential for growth and employment in Africa. The challenge for these sectors lies in effective and efficient exporting to the right markets....

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    If you pay attention to the news, you’ll hear two stories about African agriculture. The first is of the drought that sears the Horn of Africa and forces tens of thousands of Somalis – now climate refugees – to pack up their belongings and families...


    Through its Trade, Climate Change and Environment Programme (TCCEP), ITC is strengthening the competitiveness of small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and trade support institutions (TSIs) in agri-environmental sectors in developing countries....


    The 11th World Export Development Forum (WEDF) held in Chongqing, China on 9–12 September highlighted renewed optimism and commitment to the export-led growth model and the necessity for trade, with a need to rethink strategies...

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