CARICOM E-Commerce Panel Discussion, April 2019

Title:              Setting Global Trade Rules on Electronic Commerce (E-Commerce) – Opportunities, Challenges, Perspectives and the impact on developing countries, specific to Small, vulnerable economies (SVEs), small island developing States (SIDs), and Least Developed Countries (LDCs).

Date:              1 April 2019

Venue:           Palais des Nations, Geneva, Switzerland

The topic of the panel is ‘Setting Global Trade Rules on Electronic Commerce (E-Commerce) – Opportunities, Challenges, Perspectives and the impact on developing countries, specific to Small, vulnerable economies (SVEs), small island developing States (SIDs), and Least Developed Countries (LDCs)’. E-Commerce is a growing determinant of international trade and has the potential for promoting economic development among states. The panel seeks to explore the opportunities, challenges and perspectives regarding setting WTO rules on E-Commerce. E-Commerce trade rules can have an impact on small vulnerable economies in the global trading system and these countries because of their unique characteristics. If properly developed and harnessed, E-Commerce can be a key driver for economic growth for these countries.

Presentation: Global Trade Rules on E-Commerce – Implications


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