Resources

22 Nov 2013
Public information and advocacy materials

The Asia-Pacific Trade Briefs for Bangladesh

22 Nov 2013
Public information and advocacy materials

The Asia-Pacific Trade Briefs for Mongolia.

1 Apr 2014
Public information and advocacy materials

A Briefing Note on the Role of APTA in Regional Integration and APTA Framework Agreements.

 
16 Oct 2014
Official documents

This is a paper on Information and Communications Technology as Critical Infrastructure for Enhanced E-resilience and Disaster Risk Management for the Committee on Information and Communications Technology, Fourth session, held in Bangkok, Thailand on 14 to 16 October 2014.

 
9 Sep 2014
Official documents

This is the draft programme for the expert consultant on e-resilience, internet security and digital inclusion to be held in Bangkok, Thailand on the 14 to 15 October, 2014.

 
8 Sep 2014
Official documents

This Information for participants comes from the Asian and Pacific Conference on Gender Equality and Women's Empowerment: Beijing+20 Review, Bangkok, 17-20 November 2014.

 
8 Sep 2014
Official documents

Programme for Meeting on Trade Procedures Database

29 Aug 2014
Public information and advocacy materials

The factsheet provides the core information about APTA at a glance. It presents brief explanation about the features, objectives, tariff concession exchange, institutional arrangements as well as the accession procedure of APTA in order to facilitate better understanding of APTA for the countries in this region.

1 Aug 2014
Public information and advocacy materials

South Asia has made tremendous progress toward alleviating hunger and food insecurity during the last quarter century. Notwithstanding this impressive progress, the rate of decline of chronic undernourishment is too low to completely eliminate chronic undernourishment even by 2050. This paper reviews South Asia’s progress, challenges and opportunities for realizing sustainable food security in the post-2015 development agenda.

31 Aug 2011
Official documents

The Governments of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh, People’s Republic of China, Republic of India, Lao People’s Democratic Republic, Republic of Korea and Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka, Participating States of the Asia-Pacific Trade Agreement (APTA); recognizing the growing importance of trade in services for Participating States; affirming the importance of sustaining economic growth and development in all Participating States through joint efforts in liberalizing trade in services and promoting intra-APTA trade and investment flows; recognizing that economic cooperation

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