The rise of the digital economy is changing international trade at dizzying speed, requiring innovative economic growth strategies and updated regulatory frameworks. To help developing countries maximize the benefits of digital trade, TULIP conducts research, analysis and consulting activities in the following areas:

Digital platform

Trade rules and regulatory frameworks for e-commerce

Economic growth strategies for developing countries

Making e-commerce work for small and medium enterprise


International Trade Centre Project for Bhutan:

 Analyzing digital platform regulation and best practices for developing countries, with a focus on Bhutan's recent e-commerce strategies. 

International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD)

Project for Mauritius:

 Analyzing the impact of WTO e-commerce negotiations on Mauritius laws and regulations (confidential output).

International Trade Centre

Sri Lanka Project:

 Assessment of the e-Commerce Sector in Sri Lanka.