The International Trade Centre has developed a suite of online tools to make global trade more transparent and facilitate market access. These tools enable business actors to identify export and import opportunities, compare market-access requirements, monitor national trade performance and make well-informed trade decisions.
The Market Analysis Tools suite covers the world’s largest databases on trade statistics, tariff data, and rules of origin related to applicable free trade agreements. Additional tools offer export potential estimations, market price information, regional trade and investment data and much more.
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Market Access Map is a free analytical portal that allows Mauritian users to Access, Compare, Analyse and Download customs tariffs, tariff-rate quotas, trade remedies and non-tariff measures applicable to a specific good in any market in the world. The web application is interactive, simple and easy to use.
Using the market access map, you would be able to answer the following questions (among others):
The Export Potential Map identifies products, markets, and suppliers with (unrealized) export potential and opportunities for export diversification for 226 countries and territories and 4,476 products.
Based on the ITC export potential methodology, the Export Potential Map evaluates export performance, target market demand, market access conditions, and bilateral linkages between the exporting and importing countries to provide a ranking of unrealized opportunities.
Why use this tool?
The Export Potential Map provides timely and practical information on products, markets, and suppliers with unrealized potential and ranks new sectors with favourable chances of export success.
It is detailed, robust, and geared towards supporting sustainable development. It uses data based on the 6-digit level of the Harmonized System and employs a wide range of measures to enhance data quality. The Export Potential Map focuses beyond extractive industries and environmentally damaging and hazardous products to guide export development towards a less volatile and more environmentally conscious path. It also integrates information on land and resources available in countries to deliver targeted results.
Trade Map provides, in the form of tables, graphs and maps, indicators on export performance, international demand, alternative markets and competitive markets, as well as a directory of importing and exporting companies for more than 220 countries and territories and 5300 products of the Harmonized System.
Using trade map, you would be able to answer the following questions (among others):