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28 to 30 November 2016 | By invitation only

The purpose of the workshop is to build capacity of public and private sector stakeholders in the Asia-Pacific region on food and agriculture quality standards, control systems and export requirements, particularly for fresh horticulture products and for mango and pineapple. The workshop will also provide training on business process analysis tools that may be used to streamline control procedures and facilitate cross-border trade. Participants will also be introduced to paperless systems for agricultural trade facilitation.

Related documents


  1. Programme on Workshop on Promoting Cross-border Agricultural Trade for Sustainable Development


  1. Session 1: Introduction 
  2. Session 2: Facilitating the export of fresh fruits – post-harvest and sustainability strategies
  3. Session 5: Case studies in exporting fresh fruits - Enhancing sustainability in cross-border agricultural trade
  4. Session 8: Facilitating the export of fresh produce – food safety strategies
  5. Session 9: Quality control systems and application of standards
  6. Session 4: Inspection and systems for export of fresh produce
  7. Session 6: Business Process Analysis methodology and improving agricultural supply chains for sustainable development
  8. Session 3: Group Work Session

for more information, please contact

Trade, Investment and Innovation Division +66 2 288-1234 [email protected]