The International Trade Centre has developed a suite of online tools to make global trade more transparent and facilitate access to new markets: Trade Map, Market Access Map, Investment Map, Standards Map, Procurement Map and Trade Competitiveness Map.

Trade Map

The Trade Map provides on-line access to one of the world’s largest trade databases and presents indicators on export performance, international demand, alternative markets and the role of competitors from both the product and country perspective. Company contact information is also available for 64 countries.
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Market Access Map

The Market Access Map provides information on applied customs tariffs, including Most Favoured Nation (MFN) tariffs and unilateral and trade agreement preferences. The application also covers tariff rate quotas, trade remedies, rules of origin, plus the corresponding certificates, bound tariffs of World Trade Organization (WTO) members, non-tariff measures and trade flows.
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Investment Map

The Investment Map combines statistics on foreign direct investment and international trade, tariff data and the activities of multinational firms into an easy-to-use, interactive internet tool that allows analysis by country, trading partner and sector.
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Standards Map

The Standards Map provides online access to ITC’s detailed database on private standards and presents academic, scientific and research papers and articles that discuss private standards issues in global value chains.
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Procurement Map

The Procurement Map seeks to help businesses, especially small and medium-sized enterprises, bid for public procurement contracts around the world. It includes a country-by-country breakdown of up to 100,000 public tenders, and indicates when countries have procurement policies that favour women-owned businesses or SMEs.

Trade Competitiveness Map

The Trade Competitiveness Map provides national export performance and national import profiles for around 240 countries and territories. It also offers a Trade Performance Index (TPI) by key export sectors grouped into 14 clusters.
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