THE GOAL OF THE COURSE
Training policymakers in good practices to improve the capacities of MSMEs to participate in cross-border e-commerce.
- To learn about recent developments and trends in domestic and cross-border e-commerce particularly since the beginning of the pandemic and to examine the barriers and challenges that MSMEs face in this type of international trade.
- To understand the process of digital transformation and digital capacity-building of MSMEs for the effective implementation of cross-border e-commerce processes, systems and tools, along with the support that governments can offer through public policies aimed at this group of businesses.
- To gain greater awareness of the obstacles that MSMEs face and the best practices in logistics and trade facilitation issues to speed up MSMEs' access to international markets through cross-border e-commerce.
- To understand the role of competition policy and competition laws to facilitate the entry and integration of MSMEs as suppliers in regional and global value chains and identify anti-competitive practices that restrict marketa ccess.
- To identify critical regulatory elements for data protectionin the use of digital platforms and cyber security.
DURATION OF THE COURSE: 1 November to 3 December, 2021.
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