Asia-Pacific Trade Facilitation Forum 2012

30 October 2012

ADB in cooperation with UNESCAP organized the Asia-Pacific Trade Facilitation Forum (APTFF) held on 30-31 October 2012. The forum was entitled: "Enhancing public-private collaboration for trade facilitation paperless trade and cross border connectivity."

The 2012 APTFF aimed to promote trade facilitation as an important component of a comprehensive strategy for national and regional development. Participants shared information and experiences and identified priority areas for cooperation.

Research on the impact of cross-border energy trade in Bhutan noted that the country’s electricity exports in 2020...

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The Governments of Bangladesh and India are preparing to conduct comprehensive trial runs for the transshipment of cargo...

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The potential of the Siliguri corridor and its surroundings to be developed as a logistics hub for India’s...

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The three industrial corridors of Andhra Pradesh, the Chennai - Bengaluru Industrial Corridor (CBIC), Visakhapatnam - Chennai Industrial...

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The Governments of Bhutan and Nepal are expediting the process to sign the bilateral trade agreement. At the...

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