ADB Assisting South Asia to Reduce Trade Barriers

29 November 2012

ADB is providing $48 million to help goods move more smoothly in and out of Bangladesh Bhutan and Nepal.

The project will help the three countries all members of the South Asia Subregional Economic Cooperation (SASEC) program adopt an international customs administration protocol upgrade existing automated customs management systems and establish web-based electronic trade portals.

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