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UNCTAD, EU join forces to boost Pacific trade
24 Sep 2021
A new project is poised to help countries in the region generate efficiencies in customs clearance processes and reap the rewards of easier international trade.
ASYCUDA marks 40 years of keeping international trade flowing
8 Sep 2021
The programme has assisted 126 countries and territories over the past 40 years to improve their import and export processes, and supported COVID-19 responses.
UNCTAD, IATA extend partnership to facilitate global trade
12 Aug 2021
The two organizations will leverage their leadership in their respective fields to boost e-commerce in developing countries through improved exchanges of trade data.
Building a ‘single window’ for trade in Turkmenistan
16 Oct 2020
The government signed with UN agencies an agreement to build an electronic portal for trade procedures and documents in the Central Asian nation
Mineral tracking tool helps Zambia combat illicit financial flows
1 Oct 2020
An UNCTAD data evaluation tool helps the southern African nation recover an additional $1 million in export dues from mining companies in one year.
ASYCUDA powers delivery of aid in Beirut, ready to scale up
3 Sep 2020
UNCTAD’s automated customs management system is well equipped to boost relief operations as people in Beirut start to recover from a massive blast.
'Digitizing Global Maritime Trade' project launched
24 Jun 2020
The project aims at reducing maritime trade costs by improving customs administrations access to advance cargo information and increasing efficiencies in customs clearance processes.
COVID-19 affirms urgency of trade facilitation reforms in Angola
9 Apr 2020
The nation’s oil-dependent economy has been hit by low demand due to the coronavirus pandemic. It’s banking on trade facilitation reforms to improve competitiveness in other sectors.
New wildlife trade management system goes live in Sri Lanka
16 Mar 2020
Electronic solution will enable better control of legal trade in wildlife and help prevent illegal trade.