Trade Facilitation in Selected Landlocked Countries in Asia

The study Trade Facilitation in Selected Landlocked Countries in Asia was conducted by UNESCAP with the aim to increase understanding of the specific trade facilitation issues and conditions in the selected landlocked countries of the Caucasus and Central Asian subregion. Part One looks at trade facilitation in Asia Pacific region in general and at the problems, challenges and needs of landlocked countries. It also provides policy recommendations to enhance institutional infrastructure of landlocked countries for trade facilitation. Part Two provides country case studies of Armenia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Mongolia, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan, which are based on the findings of the advisory missions UNESCAP undertook during the period of 2003 – 2006.
 
The full text (PDF)  of the study or its individual parts can be downloaded from the UNESCAP website.
Release date: 
Friday, July 20, 2007
Published date: 
06/21/2007
Type: 
Reports/Studies
Relevance Degree: 
Useful Background
Geographic coverage: 
Not Global
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