The third UN Global Survey on Digital and Sustainable Trade Facilitation covers 128 economices from 8 regions and 53 measures with a key focus on four main areas: “General Trade Facilitation” in relation to the implementation of selected measures under the WTO Trade Facilitation Agreement (TFA); “Digital Trade Facilitation” regarding the implementation of innovative, technology-driven measures aimed at enabling the use and exchange of electronic trade data and documents; “Sustainable Trade Facilitation” with regards to trade facilitation for SMEs, agricultural sector and women; and “Trade Finance”. The survey was jointly conducted by the five United Nations Regional commissions (UNRCs) and a growing number of global and regional partners. The initiative is led by ESCAP and the global report was released on 3 September 2019.
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