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rapports seront présentés lors de l’atelier régional sur le commerce électronique organisé conjointement par la CNUCED et la Commission de l’Union économique et monétaire ouest-africaine (UEMOA) du 9 au 10 octobre 2018 à Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso … Les évaluations ont mis en lumière les obstacles suivants dans les 3 pays Absence de stratégie e-commerce Bien qu’engagés dans la construction d’un écosystème numérique, aucun n'a pour le moment de stratégie dédiée au commerce électronique …

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Se realizará un estudio del potencial del Iraq para el comercio electrónico … El contenido del presente comunicado de prensa y del informe conexo no podrá ser citado ni resumido por la prensa, radio o televisión o por medios electrónicos antes de las [EMBARGODATE],[EMBARGOTIME … El acuerdo entre la UNCTAD y la ITFC se firmó en paralelo a la Semana Africana del Comercio Electrónico, organizada por la UNCTAD, que se celebró en Nairobi (Kenia) del 10 al 14 de diciembre de 2018

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La CNUCED organise une conférence historique sur le commerce électronique en Afrique, pour l’Afrique … Le contenu de ce communiqué et du présent Rapport ne doit pas être cité ni résumé par la presse écrite, la radio, la télévision et les médias … La CNUCED lancera également son nouvel indice du commerce électronique B2C 2018 − Regards sur l’Afrique pendant la conférence, offrant aux médias de nombreuses occasions d’interagir avec les participants, y compris des conférences de presse, pour …

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La UNCTAD celebrará una conferencia histórica sobre el Comercio Electrónico en África para África … El contenido del presente comunicado de prensa y del informe conexo no podrá ser citado ni resumido por la prensa, radio o televisión o por medios … La UNCTAD también presentará en el marco de la conferencia su nuevo índice de comercio electrónico B2C 2018, que en esta ocasión se centra en África, y habrá numerosas oportunidades de interactuar con los participantes, incluidas conferencias de …

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El contenido del presente comunicado de prensa y del informe conexo no podrá ser citado ni resumido por la prensa, radio o televisión o por medios electrónicos antes de las [EMBARGODATE],[EMBARGOTIME … Las próximas etapas de África en el camino hacia su participación en el comercio electrónico y el aprovechamiento de sus beneficios fueron esbozadas hoy por la UNCTAD en su Manifiesto de Nairobi sobre la economía digital y el desarrollo inclusivo en África, emitido como colofón de la primera Semana …

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La UNCTAD publica nuevas evaluaciones rápidas del grado de preparación para el comercio electrónico … El contenido del presente comunicado de prensa y del informe conexo no podrá ser citado ni resumido por la prensa, radio o televisión o por medios electrónicos antes de las [EMBARGODATE],[EMBARGOTIME … La conectividad móvil está impulsando el comercio electrónico en Madagascar, Uganda y Zambia, y preparándolos para mejorar su participación en la economía digital, según concluyó la UNCTAD en …

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"Studies carried out by UNCTAD show that vast reform projects are needed for Burkina Faso, Senegal and Togo to seize fully the development opportunities offered by e-commerce, and that they will require ambitious actions on the part of governments … Togo powerful potential The potential for the development of e-commerce in Togo is limited there is a weak internet infrastructure, few online payments, and it is difficult to make or receive deliveries outside of the capital Lomé …

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The power of e-commerce to create jobs and increase trade in Myanmar was in the spotlight on 30 October, as government officials, development partners, donors and the private sector met in the southeast Asian nation’s capital Nay Pyi Taw to discuss … telecommunications sector, a growing tech-savvy youth population, innovative logistics solutions for the door-to-door delivery of e-commerce parcels and a fledgling tech start-up scene,” Shamika Sirimanne, Director of the Division on Technology and …

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More than 1,000 participants from 48 countries are scheduled to head to the event to share their experiences and success stories for leveraging e-commerce for the development of African economies … UNCTAD will also launch its new UNCTAD B2C E-Commerce Index 2018 – Focus on Africa during the conference, and there will be plenty of opportunities for the media to interact with participants, including press conferences, for which a schedule will …

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Events such as the ongoing World Summit on the Information Society Forum 2018 encourage discussions worldwide and help find solutions that will contribute to the betterment and benefit of developing countries … The same goes for UNCTAD’s E-Commerce Week, from 16 to 20 April, which offers a space for different stakeholders to discuss key challenges and opportunities arising from digital platforms, and to develop concrete actions to draw the maximum benefits of e-commerce for developing countries …

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assessment and strategy formulation Information and telecommunications technology infrastructure and services Payment solutions Trade logistics transport and trade facilitation Legal and regulatory frameworks E-commerce skills development Access to financing E-commerce and women’s empowerment Measuring e-commerce and the digital economy UNCTAD’s Africa eCommerce Week, co-organized with the African Union and the …

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Related links UNCTAD's E-Commerce Week (16-18 April 2018) Intergovernmental Group of Experts on E-commerce and the Digital Economy (18-20 April 2018) Seizing opportunities Electronic commerce is growing in all parts of the world … civil society organizations and businesses have the opportunity to discuss related actions at UNCTAD's Intergovernmental Group of Experts on E-commerce and the Digital Economy, which will meet from 18 to 20 April during UNCTAD's E-Commerce Week …

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The barriers to expanding e-commerce are manifold and include limited awareness among policy and law makers, businesses, absence of dialogue between the public and private sectors, low internet access in rural areas, costly access to fixed and mobile-broadband internet, weak legal and regulatory frameworks, unsuitable financial mechanisms and insufficient business development skills, especially for micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) to start-up and grow e-commerce businesses …

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E-commerce readiness assessment and strategy formulation ICT infrastructure and services Trade logistics and trade facilitation Payment solutions Legal and regulatory frameworks E-commerce skills development Access to financing As part of the initiative, demand-driven assessments are envisaged to provide a basic analysis of the current e-commerce situation in the countries concerned, and to identify opportunities and barriers …

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The Uganda assessment, for example, recommends the establishment of a multi-sectoral task force on e-commerce to help create a common understanding of the opportunities and challenges associated with it … The reports consider seven key areas overall e-commerce readiness and strategy, ICT infrastructure and services, trade logistics and facilitation, payment solutions, legal and regulatory frameworks, e-commerce skills development, and access to finance …

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In June 2018, following a recommendation from the Intergovernmental Group of Experts on E-Commerce and the Digital Economy, the sixty-fifth session of the Trade and Development Board decided to establish the Working Group on Measuring E-commerce and the Digital Economy, in line with the concept note contained in document TD/B/EDE/2/3. In April 2019 … Contributions regarding national experiences in the measurement of domestic and cross-border e-commerce are also highly welcome …

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E-commerce has the potential to lift intra-African trade from the current rate of 18% and to boost Africa’s share of global trade, currently estimated at less than 3%,” said Ajay Kumar Bramdeo, the African Union’s ambassador to the United Nations in … of the AfCFTA, which was adopted by African Union nations at a summit in Rwanda in March 2018 “In many African countries, adequate and affordable information and communications technology (ICT) connectivity to enable digitalization to take place is …

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and the International Islamic Trade Finance Corporation The International Islamic Trade Finance Corporation (ITFC) and UNCTAD signed an agreement today to facilitate an assessment of the readiness of Iraq to engage in and benefit from e-commerce … Enhance the understanding of Iraq’s overall readiness for e-commerce through stocktaking and surveys … The UNCTAD-ITFC agreement was signed in the sidelines of UNCTAD’s Africa eCommerce Week taking place in Nairobi, Kenya, on 10-14 December 2018

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strategy formulation Information and telecommunications technology infrastructure and services Payment solutions Trade logistics transport and trade facilitation Legal and regulatory frameworks E-commerce skills development Access to financing E-commerce and women’s empowerment Measuring e-commerce and the digital economy The 11-page manifesto states “For e-commerce to make a real and sustained contribution to development it must benefit all segments of society producers …