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12 Jun 2015
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2.1 Trade facilitation implementation and challenges in Asia and the Pacific
- Dr. Yann Duval, ESCAP

2.2 Developing national trade and transport facilitation monitoring mechanisms in Myanmar
- Dr. Tengfei Wang, ESCAP

2.3 Establishing National Trade Facilitation Committee (NTFC)
- Dr. Yann Duval, ESCAP

 
12 Jun 2015
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1.1 Introduction to Trade Facilitation Trade Facilitation in Economic Development and Policy Making
- Dr. Yann Duval, ESCAP

1.2 Introduction to Single Window and Paperless Trade
- Dr. Yann Duval, ESCAP

1.3 The WTO Trade Facilitation Agreement as a tool to reducing trade costs
- Dr. Tengfei Wang, ESCAP

1.4 Business Process Analysis for Trade Facilitation
- Dr. Tengfei Wang, ESCAP

 
9 Jun 2015
Public information and advocacy materials

This presentation was given at the OECD/ESCAP/ADB Regional Consultation on Inclusive Growth in Southeast Asia, 9th June 2015, Bangkok

 
9 Jun 2015
Public information and advocacy materials

This presentation was given as part of the OECD/ESCAP/ADB Regional Consulatation on Inclusive Growth in Southeast Asia, 9 June 2015, Bangkok.

 
9 Jun 2015
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The presentation was given at the OECD/ESCAP/ADB Regional Consultation on Inclusive Growth in Southeast Asia, 9th June 2015, Bangkok.

 
8 Jun 2015
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This is the list of participants for the OECD/ESCAP/ADB Regional Consultation on Inclusive Growth in Southeast Asia, 9th June 2015, Bangkok.

 
8 Jun 2015
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These is the preliminary draft of the Opinion Notes to accompany the ESCAP/OECD/ADB Regional Consultation on Inclusive Growth, 9th June 2015, Bangkok.

 
8 Jun 2015
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This is the draft agenda for the OECD/ESCAP/ADB Regional Consultation on Inclusive Growth, 9th June 2015, Bangkok.

 
5 Jun 2015
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Agriculture remains the backbone of most Asia-Pacific developing economies and approximately 50% of the Asian working population is employed in the agricultural sector. In view of the export potential of agricultural products in the region, it is urgent to reduce trade costs in this sector, particularly since they are typically twice as high as those for manufactured goods

 
5 Jun 2015
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Estimated trade costs in a comprehensive manner has long been a challenge, with most measures and studies featuring only some of the cost components, such as international shipping costs or official fees and charges involved in trade transactions. In 2011, however, UN ESCAP released the first international trade cost database featuring bilateral trade costs of Asian countries accounting for all additional costs involved in conducting a transaction across borders rather internally.

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