Trade Facilitation and Trade PromotionDisplaying results 1 - 10 of 18
Trade facilitation: Countries make steady but uneven progress
15 Sep 2023
A new UN survey underlines the need for inclusive policies and greater international cooperation to ease trade for the benefit of all.
UNCTAD trains officials to become change agents in trade facilitation
23 Jun 2023
Training equips 85 officials from 15 countries with skills to become trade facilitation ambassadors and influencers in their own countries, helping accelerate much-needed reforms.
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.
Boosting trade facilitation in West Africa
22 Dec 2022
Through its e-learning platform, UNCTAD and partners are helping 15 nations redouble their efforts towards trade facilitation reforms and regional integration.
UNCTAD customs automation programme to bolster trade for Tajikistan
6 Oct 2022
ASYCUDA will help Tajikistan modernize its customs service and build a more enabling trading environment.
Project explores blockchain solutions for trade facilitation
28 Jun 2022
UNCTAD integrates blockchain technology in its technical assistance, capacity-building and research programmes.
United Kingdom commits £1.8 million for UNCTAD’s work to ease trade
4 Mar 2022
The funding extends an ongoing partnership that has supported over 25 countries to expedite the movement of goods and strengthen public-private collaboration.
Global forum focuses on easing trade during and after COVID-19
28 Jan 2022
UNCTAD brings together stakeholders to examine how measures to facilitate cross-border trade can contribute to a strong and inclusive recovery from the pandemic.
Trade facilitation e-learning platform trains over 1000 decision-makers in 2021
23 Dec 2021
Throughout the year, UNCTAD’s online trade facilitation courses helped officials from 27 countries gain knowledge and skills needed to implement World Trade Organization mandates.