Resources

 
12 May 2015
Public information and advocacy materials

Day 2 Presentations

Business Process Analysis of the Import of Processed Fruits to Kazakhstan from Kyrgyzstan
- Presenters: Ms. Yelena Vassilevskaya and Mr. Urmat Tarikov, Consultants

Business Process Analysis of Export of Cereal Product from Kazakhstan to Azerbaijan
- Presenter: Ms. Yelena Vassilevskaya, Consultant

Business Process Analysis of Import of Fabric from China to Kyrgyzstan
Presenter: Mr. Urmat Tarikov, Consultant

Country Presentations:

 
11 May 2015
Public information and advocacy materials

Day 1 Presentations

1.1. Introduction to trade facilitation and paperless trade UNNExT and ESCAP Work Programme on Trade Facilitation
- Mr. Tengfei Wang, ESCAP

1.2 Trade facilitation measures for SMEs and the agriculture sector: an overview
- Ms. Maame Agyeben, ESCAP

1.3 Rules for cross border trade: The WTO Trade Facilitation Agreement
- Mr. Markus Pikart, UNECE

1.4 ICT technologies role in implementing WTO TFA,
- Mr. Dmitry Godunov, UNCTAD

 
11 May 2015
Public information and advocacy materials

Day 3 Presentations

3.1 Streamlining and Automating Procedures for Agrifood Trade
- Mr. Francis Lopez, Facilitator

3.2 ASYCER Electronic Phytosanitary Certificate
- Mr. Dmitry Godunov, UNCTAD

3.3 Streamlining and Automating Procedures for Agrifood Trade: Case of Thailand
- Dr. Somnuk Keretho, Facilitator

 
11 May 2015
Public information and advocacy materials

Day 2 Presentations

Business Process Analysis of the Import of Processed Fruits to Kazakhstan from Kyrgyzstan
- Presenters: Ms. Yelena Vassilevskaya and Mr. Urmat Tarikov, Consultants

Business Process Analysis of Export of Cereal Product from Kazakhstan to Azerbaijan
- Presenter: Ms. Yelena Vassilevskaya, Consultant

Business Process Analysis of Import of Fabric from China to Kyrgyzstan
Presenter: Mr. Urmat Tarikov, Consultant

Country Presentations:

 
11 May 2015
Public information and advocacy materials

Day 1 Presentations

1.1. Introduction to trade facilitation and paperless trade UNNExT and ESCAP Work Programme on Trade Facilitation
- Mr. Tengfei Wang, ESCAP

1.2 Trade facilitation measures for SMEs and the agriculture sector: an overview
- Ms. Maame Agyeben, ESCAP

1.3 Rules for cross border trade: The WTO Trade Facilitation Agreement
- Mr. Markus Pikart, UNECE

1.4 ICT technologies role in implementing WTO TFA,
- Mr. Dmitry Godunov, UNCTAD

 
8 May 2015
Public information and advocacy materials

Report of the Fourth Meeting of the Steering Group for the Regional Programme on Economic Statistics, Bangkok, 23-24 March 2015.

 
7 May 2015
Public information and advocacy materials

This is the programme for the Workshop on Trade Policy and Analysis, 11- 15 May 2015, Yangon University of Economics, Yangon.

 
30 Apr 2015
Public information and advocacy materials

Enhancing finance for the areas discussed in Sessions 2 to 6 of this consultation cannot occur without boosting regional development cooperation. In particular, capacity-building and technical assistance to increase countries’ access to public and private sources of finance is essential for making progress. In this context, it is important to discuss how ODA can be not only increased to fulfill unmet international commitments but also be deployed in the most effective manner and prioritizing countries that need it the most.

 
30 Apr 2015
Public information and advocacy materials

Countries in the Asia-Pacific region have become more vulnerable to climate-related natural disasters, while environmental challenges such as air pollution and deforestation continue to escalate in some countries. This session discusses country-level and regional initiatives to address the growing challenges arising from climate change, the promotion of sustainable energy for all, and the dissemination of green technologies.

 
30 Apr 2015
Public information and advocacy materials

Cities in the Asia-Pacific region are the engines of economic growth and centres of societal transformation, but rapid urbanization is leading to huge increases in the demand for basic public services, which require financing by local governments. In addition, the generation of decent jobs and increased productivity by private businesses in the cities calls for the provision of financing for technology and small entrepreneurs. This section explores perspective from the region on ways to strengthen local government finances and increase financing for technology and small entrepreneurs.

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