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STRENGTHENING CONSUMER PROTECTION AND COMPETITION IN THE DIGITAL ECONOMY
TD/RBP/CONF.9/4 11 both the platform operator and a competitor to the businesses using its platform.45 Such activities have given rise to competition-related concerns in digital markets. 35. The market power of major online platforms affects the market structure in the digital economy. (...) Further, online platforms have new forms of market power, such as gatekeeper, intermediation and bottleneck powers. Leveraging is another common practice in digital markets, whereby an online platform that is dominant in one business uses, in another segment, its market power in the former segment.
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ICT AND TOURISM FOR DEVELOPMENT : BACKGROUND PAPER / BY THE UNCTAD SECRETARIAT
Developing countries’ target tourism markets are likely to be organizing their travel arrangements online. (...) Trends and developments in the online tourism market 13. Today's online tourism is a very dynamic market, and the number of providers, both generalists and niche players, is rapidly increasing. (...) Another source of revenue involves selling online advertising banners to offer local tourism providers online marketing opportunities and global reach.
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“Imakethe Online” – a business digitisation experiment for Eswatini’s informal sector | United Nations Development Programme Skip to main content Eswatini Who we are What we do Our impact Get involved Global Nav toggle Search Who we are What we do Our impact Get involved English Locations Home Eswatini “Imakethe Online” – a business digitisation experiment for Eswatini’s informal sector “Imakethe Online” – a business digitisation experiment for Eswatini’s informal sector Posted August 13, 2020 Launched on Facebook in July 2020, “Imakethe Online” (Marketplace online) offers the informal traders an opportunity to trade online, connect with new customers and increase their customer base. By Zandile Mthembu, Head of Experimentation Launched on Facebook in July 2020, “Imakethe Online” (Marketplace online) offers the informal traders an opportunity to trade online, connect with new customers and increase their customer base. (...) Read more Blog Local Agro-Processed Products Should Reach Formal Markets The Buy Eswatini Campaign is designed test different technical solutions to understand why local agro-processed products fail to penetrate the formal market while...
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EST: Online forum for the involvement of women and youth 中文 english Español 粮农组织主页 经济及社会发展部门 Markets and Trade Home Commodity markets Trade Emerging issues Price volatility Investments Trends in FDI Building responsible value chains for tropical fruits Impacts, challenges and opportunities Guidance instruments Road test of the OECD-FAO Guidance for Responsible Agricultural Supply Chains Awareness-raising and dialogue Screening of prospective investors and investment proposals Lilongwe Ghana workshop 2017 Online forum for the involvement of women and youth Workshop on women and youth-led agribusinesses in Accra, 1 August 2019 Good practices Inter-Agency Working Group AGRINVEST Climate change Global engagement Publications Meetings and events Projects Statistical data Markets and trade  >  Economic and Social Development stream  >  Emerging issues  >  Investments  >  Awareness-raising and dialogue  > Online forum for the involvement of women and youth   Online forum for the involvement of women and youth in responsible agricultural investment in Ghana Increased investment in agriculture is crucial for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals, including the eradication of hunger and extreme poverty. (...) More opportunities for dialogue through recurring meetings and via social media have also been requested. To this end, an online forum is being launched. The online forum will assist participants to engage in informed and inclusive dialogue and co-generate knowledge on advocacy, capacity development needs and market opportunities for women and youth in agriculture and food systems.Participants may also use it to coordinate activities in their action plan and discuss other ways in which women and youth can meaningfully engage in and benefit from responsible investment in agriculture and food systems.  Join the discussion and find out more at: Online forum for the involvement of women and youth in responsible agricultural investment in Ghana     Contact us   | Terms and Conditions |  Scam Alert © FAO, 2022
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Smallholder farmers would benefit from an online trading platform, FAO study finds FAO.org english Русский FAO Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia About us Regional Initiatives Knowledge sharing News Events Resources Programmes and projects Partners Smallholder farmers would benefit from an online trading platform, FAO study finds In the Republic of Moldova, creating a single online trading platform for small-scale agricultural producers could improve sales and market access, thus increase growth and economic competitiveness. (...) "The country has the technical knowledge, capabilities, and full potential to create or develop online trading platforms, in line with producers’ needs and market demand," said Victor Guzun, FAO expert on digital business and author of the study. (...) "Farmers interviewed within the study support the idea of creating a single trading platform and there is a consensus on the prospects for increasing online sales, although currently the quantities of agrifood products traded digitally remains insignificant," underlined Adrian Cojocaru, FAO agricultural markets expert and co-oauthor of the study.
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For example, employment projections for Indonesia Labour market trends from the users of employment services The Ministry of Manpower and Transmigration captures data on job seekers, job vacancies and placements through its employment services and online systems. (...) In order to improve labour market information services and overcome the challenges associated with decentralization, the Directorate for Labour Market Information at the Ministry of Manpower and Transmigration has been improving its online labour market information services. (...) There is a need for the information entered in the online platform and information collected by employment services to become more seamless, so that both employment services and the utility of labour market information for supporting policy can be optimized.
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• Among other players, online digital platforms play a disruptive role in the economy: – transforming the economics of many business and reshaping markets by exploiting indirect network effects, – reducing transaction costs, and – harnessing technological innovations such as Big Data analytics and self- learning algorithms. • For certain types of platforms consumers can get services “for free” and in return allow their data to be sold to advertisers. (...) Competition Law and Data. 2016. 14 ITU Regional Forum on Emergent Technologies Tunis - Tunisia, 23-24 April 2019 Product line extension Google worldwide market share 2017 (%) Search 90 Mobile operating System (Android) 72 Web browser (Chrome) 51 Online advertising 41 Email client (Gmail) 23 Source: The Economist 21st July 2018, “Antitrust theatre”, based on data from Litmus, StatCounter, Statista 15 Addressing the "data advantage" • In the Facebook/WhatsApp merger*, the European Commission determined: “For the purposes of this decision, the Commission has analysed potential data concentration only to the extent that it is likely to strengthen Facebook's position in the online advertising market or in any sub-segments thereof. (...) More regulation and competition authorities scrutiny is therefore likely • A number of remedies are still being debated among practitioners on how they could be applied to online platforms; some involve data issues beyond privacy: – Blocking new mergers or mandating spin offs – Limiting large online platforms from offering certain services – Imposing data access – Reverse the burden of proof 17 Thank you ITU Regional Forum on Emergent Technologies Tunis - Tunisia, 23-24 April 2019 Regional Forum on Emergent Technologies Increasing “datafication”* of activity Big Data Online platforms Network effects Slide Number 6 Market concentration has caught attention Slide Number 8 Slide Number 10 Slide Number 11 Slide Number 12 Data ended up being spotted Slide Number 14 Slide Number 15 Slide Number 16 Thank you
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- Visual Facilitator’s Guide 2015 Document Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), International Labour Organization (ILO) EN Supports pédagogiques du RONGEAD sur les chaînes de valeur agricoles 2015 Document; Online material; Video RONGEAD FR Water Footprint Training Course 2015 Online material Water Footprint Network EN End Child Labour in Agriculture 2014 Online material Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) EN Entrepreneurship Development Training Manual 2014 Document Deutsche Stiftung Weltbevoelkerung (DSW) EN Farmers Training - Entrepreneurship Manual 2014 Document World Agroforestry Centre EN Forced Labor - E-learning Course 2014 Online material Verité EN How Green Is That Product? An Introduction to Life Cycle Environmental Assessment 2014 Online material Coursera Inc. EN Incorporating Climate Change Considerations into Agricultural Investment Programmes 2014 Online material Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) EN New Models of Business in Society 2014 Online material Coursera Inc. EN Subsistence Marketplaces 2014 Online material Coursera Inc. EN Sustainability of Food Systems: A Global Life Cycle Perspective 2014 Online material Coursera Inc.
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Our partnership with Jumia began in 2019, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent containment measures, where we agreed to establish a new market segment on Jumia’s E-Commerce Platform to enable informal market vendors to continue selling their produce online. (...) UNDP Uganda Jumia Wins The UNDP x Jumia E-Commerce Platform initially served seven markets across Kampala (Nakasero, Nakawa, Wandegeya, Bugolobi, Kalerwe, Naalya and Kibuye) with 1,200 informal market vendors initially registered on the platform and selling their fresh produce online. With Jumia originally selling electronics, kitchenware and clothing online, this market segment to accommodate Kampala’s markets was an entirely new venture. 
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