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Transport, Trade and Tourism
Mobility for a Connected World
27-29 May 2015 in Leipzig, Germany

Join transport ministers, business leaders, top researchers
 and key sector representatives for three days of debate and networking at ITF's 2015 Summit

Trade and tourism are important engines of economic growth. Both depend on effective transport systems. Yet transport faces huge challenges as a provider of human mobility and facilitator of goods exchange. The rise of Asia and Africa will drive demand for freight transport. Trade patterns will shift, creating uncertainty for supply chains. Growing numbers of tourists will put pressure on international and domestic transport networks around the world, highlighting the need for more sustainable and accessible services and infrastructure. How transport should respond and meet these challenges will be at the centre of debate at the International Transport Forum's 2015 Summit. Please mark 27-29 May in your diary!

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About the International Transport Forum

Who we are
The International Transport Forum at the OECD is an intergovernmental organisation with 54 member countries. It acts as a strategic think tank for transport policy and organises an Annual Summit of ministers. ITF is the only international transport body with a global mandate for all modes.

What we work for
Our mission is to foster a deeper understanding of the role of transport in economic growth, environmental sustainability and social inclusion and raise the public profile of transport policy.

How we do it
We serve as a global platform for discussion and pre-negotiation of transport policy issues across all modes. We analyse transport issues and trends, share knowledge and promote dialogue among transport decision makers and civil society.

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