Resources

22 Nov 2013
Public information and advocacy materials

BANGLADESH: Reducing the cost of international trade transactions has become a priority for Governments intent on facilitating the effective integration of firms in regional and global production networks. Along with improving availability and access to trade related infrastructure, cutting red tape and enhancing trade processes have become essential both to maintain competitiveness and enable smaller players to also benefit.

22 Nov 2013
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The Asia-Pacific Trade Briefs for Sri Lanka.

22 Nov 2013
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The Asia-Pacific Trade Briefs for Lao PDR.

22 Nov 2013
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The Asia-Pacific Trade Briefs for Republic of Korea.

22 Nov 2013
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The Asia-Pacific Trade Briefs for India.

22 Nov 2013
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The Asia-Pacific Trade Briefs for China

22 Nov 2013
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The Asia-Pacific Trade Briefs for Bangladesh

22 Nov 2013
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The Asia-Pacific Trade Briefs for Mongolia.

29 Nov 2008
Public information and advocacy materials

As an agreement covering the most dynamic economies of the region and open for accession by all developing member countries of ESCAP, APTA renders a natural platform for regional trade and economic integration and cooperation, and is expected to further contribute to inclusive and sustainable development of the Asia-Pacific region through the powerful engine of trade.

1 Apr 2014
Public information and advocacy materials

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

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