Integrated Trade Intelligence Portal (I-TIP)
Improving the transparency of trade policy measures

The Integrated Trade Intelligence Portal (I-TIP) provides a single entry point for information compiled by the WTO on trade policy measures. Containing information on over 25,000 measures, I-TIP covers both tariff and non-tariff measures affecting trade in goods as well as information on trade in services, trade in government procurement markets, regional trade agreements and the accession commitments of WTO members. Its aim is to serve the needs of those seeking detailed information on trade policy measures as well as those looking for summary information.

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Trade in goods Trade in services

I-TIP Goods provides comprehensive information on non-tariff measures (NTMs) applied by WTO members in merchandise trade. It includes members' notifications of NTMs, such as technical barriers to trade, sanitary and phytosanitary measures, and anti-dumping and countervailing measures, as well as information on “specific trade concerns” raised at WTO committee meetings.
> Go to I-TIP Goods

I-TIP also provides a direct link to the WTO's extensive tariff and trade databases.
> Tariff Analysis Online Facility and Tariff Download Facility

This integrated database — a joint initiative of the WTO and the World Bank — consists of information on members' commitments under the WTO's General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS), services commitments in regional trade agreements, applied measures, and services statistics.

> Go to I-TIP Services


Other applications

Trade Monitoring Database

The Trade Monitoring Database (TMDB) provides information on trade measures taken by WTO members and observers since October 2008.


Regional and preferential trade agreements

I-TIP provides access to information on regional trade agreements (RTAs) and preferential trade arrangements (PTAs) through its RTA and PTA databases.  These databases were established as part of the Transparency Mechanism for RTAs and PTAs, which requires members to notify all such trade agreements to the WTO as soon as possible.
> RTA database
> PTA database


Trade in government procurement markets

The integrated Government Procurement Market Access Information Resource (e-GPA) portal provides a single point of access to market access information under the Revised Agreement on Government Procurement (GPA), together with related information that the GPA Parties provide. It offers improved transparency and user-friendly accessibility to the relevant information.
> Go to e-GPA


Accession Commitments Database  

The Accession Commitments Database, launched in May 2012, provides access to all WTO accession commitments and related information contained in the Working Party Reports and Accession Protocols of WTO members. 
> Accession Commitments Database


Digital Dispute Settlement Registry

The Secretariat is working with WTO members to develop a Digital Dispute Settlement Registry, which will allow members to submit dispute settlement documents online through a secure and convenient facility from anywhere in the world. The system will also serve as a storage facility for all panel and Appellate Body records dating back to 1995.


Air Services Agreements Projector

The WTO's Air Services Agreements Projector (ASAP) allows users to obtain information on an economy's network of bilateral air services agreements (ASAs) and associated passenger traffic flows.
> Air Services Agreements Projector


Environmental Database

The WTO's environmental database (EDB) contains all environment-related notifications submitted by WTO members as well as environmental measures and policies mentioned in the Trade Policy Reviews (TPRs) of WTO members. The database is updated on an annual basis.
> Environmental Database

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