ITC's Business Sector Round Table at the Third UN Conference on the Least Developed Countries, held in Brussels in 2001, launched this new initiative to help jump-start exports from LDCs.
What does BSRT stand for?
BSRT stands for Business Sector Round Table
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For strategy relating to least developed countries (LDCs), see the materials developed for the LDCs' Business Sector Round Table, available from http://www.
Publication largely based on research and discussion papers prepared for the Business Sector Round Table held during the Third United Nations Conference on the Least Developed Countries (Brussels, 14-20 May 2001)-- draws lessons from successful entrepreneurs in LDCs and describes how to turn opportunities into effective business; reviews possibilities in 13 trade sectors of major potential for LDCs and looks at measures that can facilitate the creation of an enabling environment, including the range of trade support services that can help exporters improve their performance and increase their market competitiveness.
New export opportunities and trade liberalization measures have helped some LDC exporters become a success, noted 75 LDC exporters and senior policy-makers, in a Business Sector Round Table organized by ITO (Brussels, 16 May 2001).
ITC will organize a Business Sector Round Table for the Third United Nations Conference on the Least Developed Countries (Brussels, May 2001).