This chapter identifies how the transition to a green economy presents trade opportunities for the manufacturing sector in developing countries. For developing countries, facilitating green manufacturing processes can stimulate innovation and enhance international competitiveness, translating into opportunities for increasing trade and global market share. Furthermore, manufacturing green products in specific sectors can enable developing countries to tap into growing international markets for sustainable products. This chapter first analyses cross-sectoral processes through which green trade opportunities can be realised, including: • Greening supply chains, including transport; • Embedding sustainability as a core business strategy, including by investing in renewable energy in industrial applications; • Utilising energy-efficient technologies throughout business processes; • Manufacturing environmental goods and providing environmental services; • Investing in renewable energy in industrial applications; • Promoting the complete disassembly, recovery and re-use of individual product components (remanufacturing); and • Considering emerging opportunities such as 3D manufacturing and product-service systems. Second, the chapter focuses on certain specific manufacturing sectors where opportunities exist for generating gains from trade while reducing environmental impacts. These sectors include chemicals; Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) and electronics; and textiles, clothing and footwear.