Trade Facilitation

Summary

  • 107 Companies
  • 1 Patents
  • 23 Use Cases
  • 38 Case Studies
  • 614 Science Papers
  • $48 431 442 Total Funding

Companies

#Organisation NameIndustriesHeadquarterDescriptionFounded YearCompany TypeNum of Employees
1
Trade and Development
Dubai, Media City
Webb Fontaine is a leading provider of solutions for trade facilitation; powered by world-class technology, investing in the largest research and development centres in the trade area. Webb Fontaine is headquartered in Dubai, U.A.E. with a presence across Europe, Middle East, Asia and Africa.
2002
Public Company
619
2
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Antwerp
Solutions Beyond Logistics Founded in the port of Antwerp in 1909, Ahlers has been helping clients with one common goal; finding the best solutions that fit our customers’ profile perfectly. “We enable our customers to stay focused on their core business by creating and managing innovative solutions which add value and solve their supply chain challenges in complex environments.” Ahlers provides state-of-the-art logistics support in sustainable supply chain management, projects and machinery, secured transportation of theft sensitive goods, trade facilitation/after-sales services, and data analytics services. We make this happen by delivering consistency through excellent client experiences, providing a dedicated team, understanding your local and global needs, using every opportunity to improve and innovate, and based on our expertise in addressing complex markets (CIS, Asia). You can count on our services for • International and Multi-Modal Transport • Own and Bonded Warehouses (5 locations in Russia) • Customs clearance including excise customs • Trade Facilitation and After-Sales services • Secured Transportation of High Value Goods • End-to-End Sustainable Supply Chain Solutions • Team of BI and Data Analytics specialists • Complex logistics project management • Industrial projects - tailor-made solutions • Door to door delivery heavy machinery • Break-bulk shipments, Out-of-gauge cargo • Own chartering desk We shape the world to fit your profile. “Solutions beyond logistics” Like to know how we can help to shape your world? Read our stories on www.ahlersnewsroom.com
1909
Privately Held
380
3
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Singapore
Referencing the UN/ CEFACT BUY-SHIP-PAY model, GUUD is a technology platform and group of companies that enables users to plug into its ecosystem covering all aspects of trade facilitation. Our mission is to Trade for Good, to enable anyone and everyone to be a player in global trade, making trade simpler, more efficient and more inclusive for all people and businesses. We aspire to help nations and economies prosper, and to improve livelihoods for all micro-producers and producers - making lives better a little bit everyday with what we do. GUUD is a portfolio company of DeClout Group (www.declout.com)
2020
Privately Held
69
4
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Rawalpindi
NLC is the premier multimodal logistics organization with a rich history of offering multiple solutions to its valued clients. NLC supports the growth of national economy by ensuring uninterrupted logistics cycle through ERP enabled fleet management system handling bulk of domestic and regional cargo. We employ multimodal means of transportation including road, rail, sea and air to provide end-to-end solutions. NLC’s capability is further augmented by a network of dry ports and warehousing facilities in major commercial hubs and gateway town of Pakistan. NLC Engineers is one of the major players in the national development effort and has constructed scores of iconic projects in the length and breadth of the country. NLC is also operating Border Terminals that act as trade facilitation centers. NLC works under the ambit of Ministry of Planning, Development & Special Initiative (PD&SI) and functions through National Logistics Board headed by Minister PD&SI. NLC is a self-sustained organization, which has impressively transformed itself with regard to capacity building, efficiencies, digitization and automation.
1978
Government Agency
1 454
5
Government
Riyadh, Riyadh
Saudi Customs is the official body mandated to manage the movement of trade and travelers crossing Saudi Arabia’s land, sea, and airports; Saudi Customs’ mission is to contribute in motivating the economy and empowering the Kingdom to become a global logistics hub through effective and efficient trade facilitation, revenue realization, customer care, and society’s security and protection. الجمارك السعودية هي الجهة الرسمية المكلفة بإدارة حركة التجارة والمسافرين الذين يعبرون عبر المنافذ السعودية البرية والبحرية والمطارات. تتمثل مهمة الجمارك السعودية في المساهمة في تحفيز الاقتصاد وتمكين المملكة لتصبح مركزًا عالميًا من خلال تسهيل التجارة بكفاءة وفاعلية وتحقيق الإيرادات وخدمة العملاء وأمن وحماية المجتمع.
1930
Government Agency
1 315
6
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Lusaka, Lusaka
Zambia Revenue Authority exists to drive Zambia into a prosperous Nation through tax collection and trade facilitation. On this platform, you will find tax information to meet your needs.
1994
Government Agency
947
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Sydney, NSW
Welcome to Logistics Executive Group - The hub of your global supply chain. Logistics Executive Group is a Supply Chain focused management consulting firm delivering whole-of-lifecycle business services including Corporate Advisory, Leadership Coaching, Executive Search and Trade Facilitation. We are a single source for market intelligence, trade facilitation, mergers, acquisitions and merger integration strategy, leadership development, talent acquisition and talent management, we offer a full suite of solutions designed and executed to position our clients for growth and overall improved performance across the value chain, customers, people and processes. With offices in the key global Supply Chain hubs, we partner with a range of multi-national corporations, local entrepreneurial businesses, private equity firms and for non-profit organisations delivering specialist services that power the performance of organisations and their most valuable asset, their people. Hong Kong Employment Agency Number: 59635
1999
Privately Held
547
8
Banks
Київ
Joint Stock Company The State Export-Import Bank of Ukraine (JSC Ukreximbank): - is 100% state-owned; - is one of the major operators in the Ukrainian banking market; - services a considerable proportion of export and import activities effected by Ukrainian enterprises and enjoys unique experience in the Ukrainian market in various areas of export-import banking, including documentary business and trade finance; - acts as the sole financial agent of the Government of Ukraine with respect to loans from foreign financial institutions, which are originated, borrowed or guaranteed by Ukraine; - is a partner of the World Bank under the largest Export Development Project in Ukraine, a partner of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (the EBRD) under the EBRD Trade Facilitation Programme and the EBRD Energy Efficiency Programme, a partner of Kreditanstalt fur Wiederaufbau (the KfW) under Small and Medium Enterprises Program; - has the widest amidst Ukrainian banks foreign network of correspondents and long-standing reliable partners world-wide; - is favoured with credit lines from global financial institutions for short-term documentary and trade finance transactions and is the only Ukrainian bank recognised by over 30 primary Export Credit Agencies as a direct borrower/guarantor on medium and long term financing; - has a well developed branch network, which embraces all main regions and industrial centres of Ukraine.
1992
Privately Held
311
9
Banks
Moscow, Moscow
The Bank was established by private shareholders in 1993. Our clients are medium and small enterprises, as well as middle class individuals. Today Absolut Bank is among Top-25 Russian banks ranked by assets size and now has more than 3500 employees. The Absolut Bank infrastructure includes 72 selling offices in 24 regions of Russia. The main goal is to increase the Bank’s profitability and market share. In 2007 Absolut Bank became a part of one of the largest financial groups in Europe – the KBC Group, which purchased 95% of the bank equity. 5% is owned by the IFC. Absolut Bank, as an active participant of the corporate finance market, has practically doubled the credit portfolio for enterprises and organizations. As of the end of the 2007 this indicator reached US$ 2.7 bln. Absolut Bank is a leader in the Trade Finance market in the segment of medium-sized Russian businesses and was awarded by EBRD as Most Active Russian Bank in Trade Facilitation Program. The Bank’s stable growth in general as well as positive results in corporate lending and trade finance in particular can be attributed to a high achievements in International Market. Financial strength of Absolut Bank is confirmed by its high international ratings. Absolut Bank is rated by two international rating agencies and has solid credit assessment by Fitch (on the country level) and Moody’s. In 2004 the Bank was included into the State Deposit Insurance System of Russia. The total of the deposits of individuals in the accounts with the Bank reached the level of US$ 0.6 bln., which is 2 times higher than the analogous indicator as of the beginning of 2007.
1993
Privately Held
250
10
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Abu Dhabi
The General Administration of Customs, Abu Dhabi is a governmental entity that aims to implement the customs policy prescribed by authorities. The supervision of goods export, import and re-export as well as the collection of customs duties assessed on goods in accordance with the laws and regulations of the authorities. Abu Dhabi Customs uses the latest detection and computer systems for the development of work and to facilitate customs inspections while completing transactions quickly and accurately. Non-Intrusive Inspection technology is becoming a cornerstone of Abu Dhabi Customs layered enforcement strategy. Technologies used at our air, sea, and land border posts include large-scale X-ray -imaging systems as well as portable and hand-held technologies, to include radiation detection equipment. The General Administration of Customs has achieved a milestone by the establishment of the Abu Dhabi Customs Institute. Abu Dhabi Customs and The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement signed a MoU that aims at providing technical assistance and consultancy in establishing and developing Abu Dhabi Customs Academy in Abu Dhabi. Abu Dhabi Customs conducts several training courses ranking from local courses within Abu Dhabi Customs Institute to outside courses whether within UAE and abroad. In addition to that, the department sends staff to participate in international sessions conducted by the World Customs Organization (WCO) in order to create a good understanding of Customs concepts and modern techniques. The Abu Dhabi General Administration of Customs continues to walk steadily towards achieving its vision to be a World-Class Customs Authority that drives security, trade facilitation and service excellence. It also seeks to strengthen cooperation with customs administrations in various parts of the world through the incorporation of modern technology to keep pace with modern innovations and developments. Its achievements were a harvest added to its prestige status
1964
Government Agency
131

Patents

#NumberTitleAbstractDateKindAssigneeInventor
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10 453 131
Apparatuses, methods and systems for a locked-in trade facilitation engine
The APPARATUSES, METHODS AND SYSTEMS FOR A LOCKED-IN TRADE FACILITATION ENGINE (“LITF ENGINE”) provides and facilitates delivery of open futures positions, upon or before expiry, into financial instruments, such as currency-denominated fixed income market positions. The LITF ENGINE facilitates cash trade transactions produced upon expiration of currency-denominated interest rate and fixed income futures contracts such as U.S. Treasury futures. In one embodiment, the LITF ENGINE provides a delivery process for U.S. Treasury futures, where contracts that remain open after the close of trading on the last trading day of the delivery month may be automatically submitted as locked-in trades in the underlying U.S. Treasury securities eligible for settlement on a delivery vs. payment (DVP) basis on the next business day.
B2
NYSE Group, Inc.
Andrew Miles Booth

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Top 10 cited papers

#Paper TitlePaper AbstractAuthorsFields of StudyYearCitation Count
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Assessing the Benefits of Trade Facilitation: A Global Perspective
This paper estimates the relationship between trade facilitation and trade flows using a panel of disaggregated manufactured goods for the 2000-2001 period for 75 countries. Four categories of trade facilitation are defined, measured and assessed for their impact on bilateral trade flows using a gravity model. The four measures of trade facilitation are: port infrastructure (air and maritime), customs environment, regulatory environments and e-business infrastructure. The results suggest that raising global capacity halfway to the world average in the four areas would increase trade by $377 billion. Most regions of the world increase exports more than imports. In large part, this result stems from increased exports to OECD markets that is obtained through a country's own effort to improve ports, customs, regulations and services infrastructures. In addition, the results suggest that reform and capacity building in trade facilitation in areas related to GATT Articles V, VIII and X that are under discussion at the World Trade Organisation could expand trade and exports significantly. Many of the reform measures necessary to achieve this goal need not necessarily require large-scale investment projects, but rather action in legal and administrative reform to facilitate trade. Copyright Blackwell Publishing Ltd 2005.
Economics
2005
295
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Trade Facilitation and Economic Development : New Approach to Quantifying the Impact
This article analyzes the relationship between trade facilitation and trade flows in the Asia Pacific region. Country specific data for port efficiency, customs environment, regulatory environment, and e-business usage are used to construct indicators for measuring trade facilitation. The relationship between these indicators and trade flows is estimated using a gravity model that includes tariffs and other standard variables. Enhanced port efficiency has a large and positive effect on trade flows. Regulatory barriers deter trade. Improvements in customs and greater e-business use significantly expand trade but to a lesser degree than improvements in ports or regulations. The benefits of specific trade facilitation efforts are estimated by quantifying differential improvements in these four areas among members of the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC). A scenario in which APEC members with below-average indicators improve capacity halfway to the average forall members shows that intra-APEC trade could increase by Dollar 254 billion, or 21 percent of intra-APEC trade flows.
Economics
2003
257
3
Assessing the Potential Benefit of Trade Facilitation: A Global Perspective
The relationships between trade facilitation, trade flows, and capacity building are complex and challenging to assess, both empirically and in implementation. The authors measure and estimate the relationship between trade facilitation and trade flows across 75 countries in global trade, considering four important categories: port efficiency, customs environment, regulatory environment, and service sector infrastructure. A gravity model is employed that accounts for bilateral trade flows in manufactured goods in 2000-01 between the 75 countries, using traditional factors such as GDP, distance, language, and trade areas, and is augmented by the trade facilitation measures in the four categories for each country. The results suggest that both imports and exports for a country and for the world will increase with improvements in these trade facilitation measures. Potential gains from trade facilitation reforms are predicted by using the estimated parameters. The gains from trade facilitation are presented by comparing the gains across geographical regions and trade facilitation categories, and by domestic and partner improvements. The total gain in trade flow in manufacturing goods from trade facilitation improvements in all the four areas is estimated to be $377 billion. All regions gain in imports and exports. Most regions gain more in terms of exports than imports, in large part through increasing exports to the OECD market. The most important ingredient in getting these gains, particularly to the OECD market, is the country's own trade facilitation efforts. The detailed presentation of the results of the analysis may help inform policy decisions and capacity building choices.
Economics
2004
248
4
Trade Facilitation and Economic Development: Measuring the Impact
The authors analyze the relationship between trade facilitation, trade flows, and GDP per capita in the Asia-Pacific region for the goods sector. They define and measure trade facilitation using four broad indicators. These are constructed using country-specific data for port efficiency, customs environment, regulatory environment, and electronic-business usage. They estimate the relationship between these indicators and trade flows using a gravity model. The model includes tariffs and other standard variables. The authors find that enhanced port efficiency has a large and positive effect on trade. Regulatory barriers deter trade. The results also suggest that improvements in customs and greater electronic-business use significantly expands trade, but to a lesser degree than the effect of ports or regulations. The authors then estimate the benefits of specific trade facilitation efforts by quantifying differential improvement by members of the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) in these four areas. Based on a scenario in which APEC members below average improve capacity halfway to the average for all members, the authors find that intra-APEC trade could increase by $254 billion. This represents approximately a 21 percent increase in intra-APEC trade flows, about half coming from improved port efficiencies in the region. Using Dollar and Kraay's estimate of the effect of trade on per capita GDP, these improvements in trade facilitation suggest an increase in APEC average per capita GDP of 4.3 percent.
Economics
2003
206
5
Trade Facilitation and Export Diversification
This paper shows that improved trade facilitation can help promote export diversification in developing countries. We find that 10 per cent reductions in the costs of international transport and domestic exporting costs (documentation, inland transport, port and customs charges) are associated with export diversification gains of 4 and 3 per cent, respectively, in a sample of 118 developing countries. Customs costs play a particularly important role in these results. Lower market entry costs can also promote diversification, but the effect is weaker (1 per cent). We also find evidence that trade facilitation has stronger effects on diversification in poorer countries. Our results are highly robust to estimation using alternative dependent and independent variables, different country samples, and alternative econometric techniques. We link these findings to recent advances in trade theory that emphasise firm heterogeneity, and trade growth at the extensive margin.
Business, Economics
2011
181
6
Informal Cross-Border Trade and Trade Facilitation Reform in Sub-Saharan Africa
The informal sector still constitutes an important part of developing country economies. In Africa, it is estimated to represent 43 percent of official gross domestic product (GDP), thus being almost equivalent to the formal sector. While this phenomenon may provide short-term solutions to poor households, in the longer term, it can seriously challenge the economic development of African countries. This study explores one particular aspect of the informal economy, namely informal cross-border trade in selected Sub-Saharan African countries, and identifies which trade facilitation measures (such as those currently negotiated at the World Trade Organisation) have the potential to encourage traders to switch from informal to formal trade. The paper considers measures that help reduce direct and indirect trade transaction costs arising from mandatory import- and export-related procedures; mechanisms that simplify trade-related regulations and requirements for selected low value transactions; and policies that help enhance compliance levels with existing international trade regulations. In addition, the study explores a number of complementary measures (such as the provision of effective business support services to ?formal? traders and enhanced dialogue between traders and border agencies) which can further encourage firms to formalise their cross-border transactions. The paper does however not suggest that trade facilitation reform alone will help reduce informal cross-border trade nor that governments will be able to fully eliminate its incidence in the region.
Economics
2009
155
7
Quantitative Assessment of the Benefits of Trade Facilitation
Trade transaction costs (TTCs) related to border procedures vary depending on the efficiency and integrity of interacting businesses and administrations, the characteristics or kind of goods, and the size and type of businesses. Total costs may be seen as being composed of directly incurred costs, such as expenses relating to supplying information and documents to the related authority, and indirectly incurred costs, such as those arising from procedural delays. Empirical studies suggest that directly and indirectly incurred TTCs each amount to 1-15 per cent of traded goods’ value. Moreover, empirical evidence suggests that TTCs for agro-food products are higher than those for manufactured goods, as agro-food shipments are subject to special border procedures, such as sanitary and phyto-sanitary controls. Also, small and medium-sized enterprises face cost-disadvantages. In light of this diversity in TTCs, the potential for the realisation of benefits from trade facilitation varies across countries, sectors, and types of traders. In cases where best practices are already applied, further efficiency gains will be difficult to achieve. But if border clearance costs are substantially above those encountered under best practices, room for improvement through suitable measures of trade facilitation will tend to exist. The model-based analysis of the economic impacts of trade facilitation carried out in this study differs from earlier research by taking several salient features of import and export procedures into account. In particular, the differing characteristics of direct and indirect TTCs are represented, and country-specific differences in trade facilitation potential are reflected according to empirical information on border waiting times and survey-based evidence on the quality of border processes. In addition, the higher TTCs for agro-food products and small and medium-sized enterprises are incorporated into the analysis. The analysis does not evaluate the economic and trade impact of specific trade facilitation measures or instruments, such as those that might result from a possible future WTO agreement on trade facilitation. Instead, the aim of the assessment is to better represent empirical characteristics of the border process in model-based analysis and to identify those features that crucially affect the results and that, therefore, deserve to be further explored in future analysis. Several scenarios of hypothetical, multilateral trade facilitation efforts are evaluated, focusing on the comparison of scenarios rather than the overall welfare gains that might result from trade facilitation.
Economics
2004
139
8
Trade facilitation and the extensive margin
The literature on trade facilitation has mostly focused on implications for trade volumes. However, recent theoretical contributions have emphasized that trade costs – such as transaction costs related to cross-border trade procedures – affect both the traded volumes of ‘old’ goods (the intensive margin) and the range of traded goods (the extensive margin). This article therefore tests whether trade facilitation affects the extensive margin by counting the number of 8-digit products that are exported from developing to EU countries, and using this as the dependent variable in an estimation. Moreover, it also tests whether the extensive margins in differentiated and homogeneous goods are affected in the same way by transaction costs. Estimation results suggest that if export transaction costs – proxied by the number of days needed to export a good – declined by 1%, the number of exported differentiated and homogeneous products would rise by 0.6% and 0.3%, respectively. Policy simulations further illustrate that if all countries were as efficient at the border as the most efficient country at the same level of development, the number of exported differentiated and homogeneous products would increase by 62% and 26%, respectively.
Economics
2010
102
9
Trade facilitation, regulatory quality and export performance
The objective of this paper is to quantify the potential gains in trade performance from the implementation of trade facilitation reform. The study applies a gravity model augmented with trade facilitation, regulatory quality and infrastructure indicators to assess the impact of trade facilitation and other trade-related constraints on export performance. Quantitatively, our results suggest that a 10 per cent improvement in trade facilitation would yield an increase in exports of about 5 per cent. Identical percentage improvements in the regulatory environment and in the quality of infrastructure provision would result in increases of 9-11 per cent and 8 per cent, respectively. The results confirm that while trade facilitation can contribute to improved export performance, improvements in the quality of the regulatory environment and the basic transport and communications infrastructure are equally or more important, in facilitating export growth. The conclusion is that trade facilitation alone is unlikely to result in a significant improvement in export performance. Copyright © 2007 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.
Economics
2007
102
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Why trade facilitation matters to Africa1
Abstract Mitigating the impact of the economic crisis will require using all the tools necessary to regain a sustainable path to growth. This includes measures to support trade expansion, including in developing countries, such as those in Africa. This paper provides context for understanding why trade facilitation and lowering trade costs matter to Africa both today and over the long term. Trade costs are higher in Africa than in other regions. Using gravity-model estimates, the authors compute ad-valorem equivalents of improvements in trade indicators for a sample of African countries. The evidence suggests that the gains for African exporters from cutting trade costs half-way to the level of Mauritius has a greater effect on trade flows than a substantial cut in tariff barriers. As an example, improving logistics so that Ethiopia cuts its costs of trading a standardized container of goods half-way to the level in Mauritius would be roughly equivalent to a 7.6% cut in tariffs faced by Ethiopian exporters across all importers.
Economics
2009
98

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Use Cases

#TopicPaper TitleYearFields of studyCitationsUse CaseAuthors
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Trade Facilitation
IDENTIFICATION PRIORITY AREAS OF TRADE FACILITATION TO PROMOTE THE DEVELOPMENT OF RUSSIA'S FOREIGN TRADE
2021
Business, Economics
0
promote the development of russia's foreign trade
2
Trade Facilitation
Trade Facilitation for Environmental Goods and Services
2021
Business, Economics
0
environmental goods and services
3
Trade Facilitation
Next-generation Trade Facilitation for Asian Integration: Cross-border Paperless Trade
2019
Business, Economics
2
asian integration: cross-border paperless trade
4
Trade Facilitation
The Importance of Industrialisation and Trade Facilitation for Employment-Led Growth in the Digital Economy
2019
Economics
2
employment-led growth in the digital economy
5
Trade Facilitation
Trade Facilitation for the Products of the Industry 4.0: The Case of Customs Classification of Drone
2019
Business
3
the products of the industry 4.0: the case of customs classification of drone
6
Trade Facilitation
Assessing Trade Facilitation for Halal Food Import Through Seafreight Cross Border
2018
Business
0
halal food import through seafreight cross border
7
Trade Facilitation
Perception of logistics service provider regarding trade facilitation for cross border transportation: a case study of east-west economic corridor
2018
Business
1
cross border transportation: a case study of east-west economic corridor
8
Trade Facilitation
Using Trade Facilitation to Assist MSMEs in E-Commerce in Developing Countries
2018
Business
14
assist msmes in e-commerce in developing countries
9
Trade Facilitation
The role of trade facilitation for trade enterprises in the CEFTA 2006 region: Great expectations after the Bali ministerial conference or just a great chance?
2017
Business, Economics
0
trade enterprises in the cefta 2006 region: great expectations after the bali ministerial conference or just a great chance?
10
Trade Facilitation
An exploratory study of physical and regulatory trade facilitation to export performance of Malaysian's SME in manufacturing sector
2015
Business
0
export performance of malaysian's sme in manufacturing sector

Case Studies

#TitleDescriptionPDFYearSource Ranking
1
China's Trade Facilitation responses to the COVID-19 Pandemic
May 22, 2020 — Customs must now keep a record of the importation of anti-epidemic supplies and compile relevant statistics, to support decision-making ...
no
2020
580
2
Critical Analysis of Export Trade Facilitation with e-Initiatives
Apr 7, 2018 — Abstract. Effective Foreign trade policy needs the co-ordination and support of various inter-related agencies and organizations.
yes
2018
10
3
Three-Legged Race to Trade Facilitation: Case Study at ...
by VS Chauhan · 2018 — AbstractIn this paper, the authors use the tool of 'Time Release Study' (TRS), advocated by the World Customs Organization and the World ...
no
2018
1 050
4
Day 2: Case Study - Trade Facilitation Initiatives Launched by ...
Feb 25, 2015 — Case Study - Trade Facilitation Initiatives Launched by Customs Administration of Bhutan. Delivered by Mr. Tenzin Norbu, Commissioner, ...
no
2015
190
5
Trade facilitation in southern Africa : a case study for Zimbabwe
by B Mureverwi · 2015 · Cited by 2 — The data is compared with South Africa, Zambia, OECD High Income Countries, and East Asia. The findings show that, it is a huge challenge to move goods in ...
no
2015
490
6
TRADE FACILITATION, VALUE CREATION, AND ... - 1Library
TRADE FACILITATION, VALUE CREATION, AND COMPETITIVENESS: A CASE STUDY OF VIETNAM. Duc Minh Pham World Bank Vietnam GDLN, April 9, 2014 · Full text · TRADE ...
no
2014
30
7
Trade-offs between competition and facilitation - Agris (FAO)
by S Simard · 2006 · Cited by 45 — ... and facilitation: a case study of vegetation management in the interior cedar-hemlock forests of southern British Columbia [2006]. Simard, S.; Vyse, A.; ...
no
2006
970
8
Trade-offs between competition and facilitation - Canadian ...
by S Simard · 2006 · Cited by 45 — tion are important in young plantations, where paper birch competes for light, reducing growth of shade-intolerant co-.
yes
2006
150
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(PDF) Business-IT Alignment in Trade Facilitation: A Case Study ...
Tang, Z., Walters, B.: The Interplay of Strategic Management and Information Technol- ogy. In: IT-Enabled Strategic Management.
no
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10
A Case Study on Customs Trade Facilitation at Zambia’s - [PDF ...
C ap n 1. Abstract The expansion of global trade, especially trade in intermediate products, compels goods to cross borders multiple times before assembly.
yes
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Experts

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Dr Anna Jerzewska
Founder https://t.co/wIhJEwjphH. Customs and trade advisory. Trade facilitation. Borders. Associate fellow @UK_TPO. Did trade before Brexit
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Europe
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Dubai Trade
Dubai's Premier Online Trade Facilitation Portal.
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دبي, الامارات العربية المتحدة
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WCO_OMD
The #WCO is the only intergovernmental organisation exclusively focused on Customs matters - Supply Chain Security, Trade Facilitation and Capacity Building.
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Brussels, Belgium
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ASYCUDA Programme
@UNCTAD's largest Technical Assistance Programme in Trade Facilitation.
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Geneva, Switzerland
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Robert Omach
Trade, Investments & Venture building | MBA, MIB candidate | Veteran of Agri-market development | Global Trade Facilitation | Retweets not endorsements.
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Kampala, Uganda
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U.S.-Africa Business Center
An advocacy-driven center focused on market access and trade facilitation, financing, and engagement with the governments of the U.S. and Africa
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Washington, DC
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moses sabiiti
Trade Facilitation Specialist , Logistics & International Development. Former Country Director @TMEA for Uganda and South Sudan.Interests:Forestry & Tourism.
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Charles Achieng
Cross Border Trade Facilitation|Regional Integration |Public Private Partnership| Chairman Cross Border Traders Associations.
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Busia, Kenya
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Silvia Sorescu
Policy Analyst, working on trade facilitation, digital trade and agricultural policies @OECDtrade @OECDagriculture RT≠endorsement – Views are my own
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Paris, France
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GTDW
Established in 2010, GTDW hosts conferences & exhibitions with global cross border trade facilitation and anti illicit trade themes.
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Swisscontact – Swiss Foundation for Technical Cooperation – is a leading partner organisation for the implementation of international development projects. Since 1959, we promote inclusive economic, social and ecological development to make an effective contribution towards sustainable and widespread prosperity in developing and emerging economies. What we do: ------------------- - We strengthen the competencies of people, improving their employability - We increase the competitiveness of enterprises, growing their business - We foster social and economic systems, promoting inclusive development We offer customised solutions in the following working areas: - Vocational education and training - Skills development and labour market insertion - Sustainable agriculture - Sustainable tourism development - Green cities - Trade facilitation - Development of entrepreneurial ecosystems
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Switzerland
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YouTube channel for the Ghana Export-Import Bank (GEXIM), the principal export Finance institution of the Government of Ghana. GEXIM was established by the Ghana Export-Import Bank Act 2016 (Act 911) to support the Government of Ghana’s quest for a feasible and sustainable export led economy. VISION To become a strong financial institution that will be a key engine in the development of Ghana’s export trade, facilitate cross border trade and make Ghana a pillar in regional and continental trade MISSION To facilitate the transformation of Ghana’s economy into an export one by supporting and developing trade between Ghana and other countries, overseas investments by Ghanaian Companies and eliminate critical market failures in the Ghanaian economy thereby making Ghana competitive in the global marketplace
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Ghana
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NLC is the premier multimodal logistics organization with a rich history of offering multiple solutions to its valued clients. NLC supports growth of national economy by ensuring uninterrupted logistics cycle through ERP enabled fleet management system handling bulk of domestic and regional cargo. We employ multimodal means of transportation to provide end-to-end solutions. NLC’s operates a network of dry ports and warehousing facilities in major commercial hubs. NLC Engineers is one of the major players in national development efforts and has constructed scores of iconic projects across Pakistan. NLC also operates Border Terminals that act as trade facilitation centers. NLC works under the ambit of Ministry of Planning, Development & Special Initiative (PD& SI) & functions through National Logistics Board headed by Minister PD&SI. NLC is a self-sustained organization which has impressively transformed itself with regard to capacity building, efficiencies, digitization and automation.
Wed, 8 May 2019
41 126
Pakistan
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TradeMark Southern AFrica (TMSA) promotes regional integration in Southern and Eastern Africa through working closely with the COMESA-EAC-SADC Tripartite. Four work areas include: 1) Trade Policy, 2) Trade Facilitation, 3) Corridors & Infrastructure and 4) Economic Competitiveness.
Mon, 23 May 2011
40 802
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DNeX is a leading provider of award-winning e-Services for Trade Facilitation, IT consultancy & cyber security. DNeX is also making its mark as a reputable player in the energy sector. The company is listed on the Main Market of Bursa Malaysia. Follow DNeX on Facebook, LinkedIn & Instagram at DNeX Malaysia.
Wed, 4 Feb 2015
12 331
Malaysia
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Webb Fontaine is a leading provider of solutions for trade facilitation, powered by world-class technology including artificial intelligence. We develop new-generation IT systems that take trade and customs processes to the next level for the benefit of the global trading community. Deployed in several countries worldwide, our solutions include single-window platform for trade, paperless customs systems, cargo tracking systems (including regional interconnection of customs systems), collaborative valuation and classification programs.
Tue, 14 Apr 2009
10 589
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Zooloo is a Singapore-based digital solutions provider. The company provides the backbone for the digital transformation of businesses. Zooloo’s DSM Suite 2.0 simplifies eCommerce and logistics interaction with customers, suppliers and sales agents. It is a cloud based digital solution which eliminates Client IT infrastructure and maintenance costs. It supports multiple devices for all types of users anytime and anywhere. All information is electronic, securely stored in the cloud and easily integrated with third party systems such as e-Marketplaces, e-Procurement Hubs and trade facilitation platforms. Data analytics provides the means to manage relationships with customers, sales orders and inventories effectively. Apart from reducing reliance on manpower for the backend operations, Zooloo’s DSM Suite 2.0 cloud-based solution allows businesses to scale according to the needs of the market. - Digital Transformation for Wholesale Trade -
Wed, 14 Apr 2021
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