eTrade for All: Unlocking the Potential of E-Commerce in Developing Countries
  

 

E-commerce can become a powerful driver of economic growth, inclusive trade and job-creation across the developing world.

While some developing countries have made significant inroads into e-commerce, the vast majority is still lagging behind.

Numerous development partners, foundations, and private sector actors are working from different angles to unlock the power of the Internet for economic development. However, current efforts are fragmented and lack sufficient scale.

The UNCTAD-led initiative entitled "eTrade for All" aims to improve the ability of developing countries, and particularly Least developed countries, to use and benefit from e-commerce.

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quoteA recent initiative by UNCTAD, eTrade for All, is an excellent example of a program which aims to improve the ability of developing countries, and particularly benefit LDCs, to use and benefit from the digital economy.quote
H.E. Dr. Syed Tauqir Shah
Ambassador of Pakistan

Background

During a series of consultation meetings, several representatives of governments, international organizations and private sector enterprises involved in e-commerce lay down the foundations of eTrade for All.

Stakeholders have contributed their experiences, views and priorities on the eTrade for All initiative to best support developing countries wishing to engage in and benefit from e-commerce.

At the core of the initiative is the eTrade for all platform

 

 News

 
eTrade Samoa
05 October 2017Samoa takes important steps to becoming e-commerce ready
E-commerce
04 October 2017E-commerce growth is less important than how it impacts people
E-commerce
04 October 2017Luxembourg, Switzerland and Norway most ready to benefit from e-commerce
Blog
10 August 2017Connecting the dots for sustainable development
e-week
09 May 2017UNCTAD, business, governments & civil society work together to develop the best strategies for inclusive e-commerce
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 Publications

 
Samoa Rapid eTrade Readiness Assessment (UNCTAD/DTL/STICT/2017/10)
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 Events and Meetings

 
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Information Economy Report 2015:
Unlocking the Potential of E-commerce for Developing Countries
 
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