National Trade Facilitation Committees
Global Forum 2022
Accelerating the implementation of trade facilitation reforms through the national trade facilitation committees despite the pandemic situation
1-4 February 2022
The Forum will provide a platform for members of national trade facilitation committees, policymakers, and other stakeholder to explore the latest trends in implementation of trade facilitation reforms, including the WTO Trade Facilitation Agreement.
- Knowledge: Experts and practitioners will share insights on good practices with evidence on how planning, organization, automation and digitalization can assist during the current pandemic and post-covid recovery period.
- Networking: Participants will have the opportunity to interact with donors, regional and international organizations during the online Q&A segment.
- Technical Assistance: The Forum will offer a unique opportunity for countries to get information on the available programmes at UNCTAD and partner organizations.
Participation and Registration
The forum will be held online via Zoom and is open to all, including Geneva delegates, member of NTFCs from around the world, representative of regional and international organizations, and the private sector.
Registration is mandatory and participants who do not already have an account on Indico.UN must first create an account and then register for the event.
A link to the on-line forum will be sent to all registered participants shortly before the forum begins.
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Resources for National Trade Facilitation Committees