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  • Market Data and Information
  • A key challenge for exporters is the scarcity of reliable trade information on markets.

    They need to stay on top of competitive conditions in their current markets, scan opportunities for new markets, and look for opportunities to diversify or value-add to their existing product range.
  • At the same time importers worldwide also seek to optimize the potential offered by preferential trade agreements and improve the efficiency of their sourcing by scanning for new and competitive supplier countries. ITC addresses these issues with its suite of market analysis tools and related market data and information sources.

    ITC’s Market Analysis Tools help users examine the export and import statistics of over 220 countries and territories to better understand supply and demand trends for around 5,300 internationally traded products. The tools are unique in product detail, as well as in breadth of geographic coverage – particularly for developing and least developed countries. More than 250,000 users in 224 countries and territories have registered to use the tools. They include enterprises, governments, educational institutions and most of the world’s top 100 companies

  • Highlights


    Users all over the world will now have free access to the International Trade Centre’s (ITC) market analysis databases and related analytical tools, following good practices among international organizations of making their data freely available...


    (ADDIS ABABA) Ms. Arancha González, the Executive Director of the International Trade Centre (ITC), outlined the agency’s planned US$ 60 million African trade integration programme at the annual conference of African Union (AU) trade ministers today....

    Ms Arancha Gonzalez attend the 60th session of UNCTAD's Trade and Development Board at UNCTAD

    The three Geneva-based trade agencies must cooperate effectively and offer complementary approaches to developing countries, the new heads of the agencies agreed. The leaders of the World Trade Organization (WTO), the United Nations Conference on Trade...


    An ITC survey of 500 businesses in key export sectors points to major obstacles to trade, including lengthy product registrations, excessive certification requirements and inconsistent customs procedures


    Geneva – The United Kingdom has announced funding of GBP 7.2 million (US$ 10.86m) for the International Trade Centre (ITC) with a view to improve trade capacities of developing countries. The funding, which will be allocated over a three-year period,...


    IFC’s Performance Standards on Environmental and Social Sustainability has been reference on ITC’s Standards Map...