National Trade Facilitation Committees (NTFC) are important platforms for institutional coordination and stakeholders’ consultation with balanced private and public sector participation. They enable the planning and implementation of successful trade facilitation reforms.
UNCTAD has actively participated and supported the establishment of NTFCs in developing countries. In line with this long-standing commitment, this knowledge database enables countries to explore and compare NTFCs’ profiles among each other and across regions and levels of development.
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* Formally established committee: Committee created by a legal instrument.
** De facto Committee: existing committee, although not created by a legal instrument.
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