eTrade Readiness Assessments of LDCs

The digitalization of economic activities is a reality in today’s world economy.

All countries face challenges to adapt to this fast-evolving technological environment and adopt smart, forward-looking policies to fully participate in e-commerce, moving from offline to online commerce.

There is a growing interest from developing countries–especially from Least Developed Countries (LDCs)–to assess their readiness to engage in e-commerce.

eTrade Readiness Assessments  

The UNCTAD Programme on Rapid eTrade Readiness Assessment (also known as eT Ready) has been designed to respond to this need and provide a thorough overview of the current e-commerce situation in the countries.

The Assessments serve as tools to identify opportunities, barriers and recommend conducive/supportive policy measures.

 

 News

 
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25 July 2019Bangladesh creates fertile ground for e-commerce growth
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25 June 2019Lesotho ready to channel its growth to go digital
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13 December 2018Post-conflict Iraq to build e-commerce future with UNCTAD help
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10 December 2018Madagascar, Uganda and Zambia set to exploit digital economy opportunities
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10 December 2018Mauritius first for online shopping readiness in Africa
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30 October 2018Myanmar eyes e-commerce for jobs, trade and economic growth
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05 October 2018Burkina Faso, Senegal and Togo look hard at e-commerce opportunities
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24 July 2018Solomon Islands and Vanuatu gear up for e-commerce
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28 April 2017eTrade readiness assessments for Bhutan and Cambodia
 

 Publications

 
Zambia Rapid eTrade Readiness Assessment (UNCTAD/DTL/STICT/2018/10)
Nepal Rapid eTrade Readiness Assessment (UNCTAD/DTL/STICT/2017/11)
Samoa Rapid eTrade Readiness Assessment (UNCTAD/DTL/STICT/2017/10)

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