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Promoting Digital Trade

The Digital Trade Network (DTN) is a new initiative providing a permanent private sector resource for digital trade policy makers in Geneva. We are building an impartial, broad base of international supporters to work with the World Trade Organization, UN Conference for Trade and Development, International Trade Centre, and related economic policy agencies in Geneva with a focus on the networked economy.

By providing a local Geneva voice on Digital Trade, we support a more consistent local interface for the private sector and policy makers. DTN has a particular interest in supporting WTO Members with limited capacity to keep pace with industry trends and policy developments and we are dedicated to outcomes that will support sustainable development and helping trade policy to deliver on the Sustainable Development Goals

The network is hosted out of London with a Permanent Representative in Geneva.

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Support For Our Campaign

Gabriel Petrus

“Developing countries are fundamental to any agreement on digital trade, and that  requires access to local advice that understands industry needs and that delegates trust.”

GABRIEL PETRUS • EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, ICC BRAZIL
Nikolaus Schultze

“To take advantage of the trade benefits of e-commerce – it is essential to better integrate small and medium enterprises and to connect the unconnected.”

NIKOLAUS SCHULTZE • DIRECTOR OF POLICY & GLOBAL AFFAIRS, ICC

“DTN provides a platform to build bridges and collaborate across industry to foster e-commerce so that digital trade policy can help drive regional and extra-regional investments in areas where countries have competitiveness but lack capacity. Problems faced by SMEs in the majority of the world are similar.”

SHAFQUAT HAIDER • CHAIRMAN, COUNCIL FOR COMMUNICATION & IT, SAARC CCI

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