The United Nations Regional Comissions (UNRCs) including ECA, ECE, ECLAC, ESCAP and ESCWA, in collaboration with UNCTAD, OECD, ITC, OCO and SELA, have conducted a global survey to collect relevant data and information on trade facilitation and paperless trade implementation in their respective member states. Outcomes of the survey are expected to enable the countries to better understand and monitor progress in trade facilitation, support evidence-based policy-making, and highlight the needs for capacity building and technical assistance.
The global survey represents a key initiative under the framework of the Joint UNRC Approach to Trade Facilitation, agreed upon in Beirut, January 2010 to enable the five UNRCs to present a joint global view on key trade facilitation issues.
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The database of all the reports is available here; The 2015 survey questionnaire is available here. The survey dataset is available upon request. Any updated information or data is welcome. Please kindly contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
**Financial support from Republic of Korea for collecting the data and disseminating the results is gratefully acknowledged.
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