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UNCTAD training bolsters trade facilitation in Southern Africa
31 Mar 2023
Stronger capacity among officials will help eight countries in the region better coordinate and fast-track efforts to ease international trade.
Facilitation before the movement of the goods
20 Mar 2023
Written by Lance Thompson, Article No. 102 [UNCTAD Transport and Trade Facilitation Newsletter N°97 - First Quarter 2023]
New UN/CEFACT Track and Trace Publication Supports UN Sustainable Development Goals
17 Mar 2023
Written by Hanane Becha, Todd Frazier, Gregory Mungal, Jaco Voorspuij, Article No. 101 [UNCTAD Transport and Trade Facilitation Newsletter N°97 - First Quarter 2023]
3000 days and still counting: Factors impacting time to ratify WTO trade facilitation agreement
20 Feb 2023
Written by Alexandre Larouche-Maltais and Nourhan Abdellatif, Article No. 100 [UNCTAD Transport and Trade Facilitation Newsletter N°97 - First Quarter 2023]
Maritime supply chains need urgent investment to boost resilience to future crises
29 Nov 2022
UNCTAD's Review of Maritime Transport 2022 warns that maritime transport and logistics require greater investment in infrastructure and sustainability to weather future storms.
UNCTAD tool accelerates trade facilitation reforms in developing countries
24 Nov 2022
The Reform Tracker helps countries monitor, coordinate and fast-track actions to make cross-border trade easier, faster and cheaper.
How to ensure sustainable trade facilitation reforms in a post-pandemic world
18 Nov 2022
Reducing the time and cost of trade has become even more critical in the face of rising inflation, which hits micro, small and medium-sized enterprises and consumers harder.
UNCTAD and World Customs Organization enhance cooperation
5 Oct 2022
The two entities have strengthened their existing collaboration to promote digitalization, facilitate trade and improve customs control worldwide.
How digital connectivity facilitates inclusive global trade
6 Sep 2022
New report shows how UNCTAD’s customs automation programme, ASYCUDA, helps developing nations increase customs revenues while reducing the time and cost of trade.