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    ITC Publications

    Trade Forum Editorial
    April 01, 2012

    New Publications 

    To order online visit www.intracen.org/about/e-shop 

    Public-Private Collaboration for Export Success
    Case studies from Barbados, Ghana, India, Thailand and Malaysia 

    This guide is a showcase of successful public-private dialogue in developing countries. It demonstrates the value of business advocacy on trade policy issues featuring the Barbadian tourism industry, customs services in Ghana, Thailand’s automotive industry, Penang, Malaysia’s export hub for electronics, and India’s textile parks.
    This publication is available in English, French and Spanish. 

    The Coffee Exporter’s Guide
    This guide is the world's most extensive, hands-on and neutral source of information on the international coffee trade. It covers trade issues relevant to coffee growers, traders, exporters, transportation companies, certifiers, associations, authorities and others in coffee-producing countries. This third edition marks the Guide's 20th anniversary and includes new material on climate change, the role of women in the coffee sector and comparison of sustainability schemes.
    This publication is available in English and will be available in French and Spanish. 

    Export Quality Management
    A Guide for Small and Medium-Sized Exporters
    Published in 15 versions and customized to meet the needs of 18 countries in eight languages, this second edition of the 2001 best-seller, Export Quality Management: An Answer Book for Small and Medium-Sized Exporters, brings together information about various issues such as standardization, conformity assessment, metrology, technical regulations, accreditation, sanitary and phytosanitary measures, and WTO Agreements on Technical Barriers to Trade.
    This publication is available in English and will be available in French and Spanish.

    National Trade Policy for Export Success

    This book helps the private sector and government policymakers weigh benefits and costs of trade policy options, and shows how reform can boost competitiveness. Cases and examples show how trade policy reform can help individual companies and industry sectors to become more competitive. Most importantly, this publication assists in the fostering of a culture of informed public-private dialogue, which is an essential component of the democratic process of policy formulation.
    This publication is available in English and will be available in French and Spanish. 

     

    New technical papers
    For free download please visit: www.intracen.org/publications
     

     

    Women in cotton: Results of a Global Survey
    (available in English) 

    Claim Statements For Natural Products: the United States Market
    (available in English) 

    Labelling of Natural Products for the United States Market
    (available in English) 

    Inclusive Tourism: Environmental Management and Climate Change
    (available in English) 

    Burkina Faso: Company perspectives - ITC series on non-tariff measures
    (available in French) 

    The North American Market for Natural Products: Prospects for Andean and African Products
    (available in English)
     

    Product Carbon Footprinting Standards in the Agri-Food Sector (available in English) 

    THE CHINESE MARKET FOR CLOTHING
    (available in English) 

     

    ORDERING DETAILS 

    ITC publications

    To order ITC books online
    Publications are listed online with prices and can be ordered at ITC’s e-shop www.intracen.org/about/e-shop
    and via the National Book Network (NBN) at:
    https://unp.un.org

    To buy books by mail
    United Nations Publications Customer Service
    c/o National Book Network
    PO Box 190
    Blue Ridge Summit, PA 17214
    USA
    email: unpublications@nbnbooks.com

    In Europe, Africa, and the Middle East:
    Turpin Distribution
    Pegasus Drive
    Stratton Business Park
    Biggleswade SG18 8TQ
    United Kingdom
    email: custserv@turpin-distribution.com

    Publications are free in limited numbers for official trade-related institutions. For print copies, contact ITC Publications at email: itcreg@intracen.org.