Since joining the Information Technology Agreement, China, Malaysia, and the Philippines have seen their percent of ICT services exports as a share of the country's total service exports increase by more than 50 percent.

Since joining the Information Technology Agreement, China, Malaysia, and the Philippines have seen their percent of ICT services exports as a share of the country's total service exports increase by more than 50 percent, while non-ITA-member countries Brazil and Chile saw this figure decline by 150 percent and 177 percent, respectively. Not only has the ITA seeded the development of strong domestic ICT services industries in many ITA-member developing countries, it has also played a key role in helping boost ICT goods and services exports from those countries. For example, exports of ICT goods account for 54 percent of the Philippines' total goods exports and 38 percent of Malaysia's. In general, ICT goods exports in ITA member countries account for far higher shares of total goods exports than in non-ITA member countries such as Argentina, Brazil, or Chile.