UN Global Survey on Trade Facilitation and Paperless Trade Implementation 2017

The second UN Global Survey on Trade Facilitation and Paperless Trade Implementation covers 120 countries and 47 measures related to the WTO's Trade Facilitation Agreement (TFA), paperless trade, and inclusive development. The survey was conducted between January and July 2017 and the global report was released on 1 November 2017.

Global report 2017: Global report; Interactive database

Asia-Pacific regional report 2017: Regional report; Interactive database; Country notes

Asia-Pacific subregional reports 2017: ASEANEast and North-East Asia (ENEA)North and Central Asia (NCA)Pacific Island Developing Economies (PIDEs)South-East Asia (SEA) [ASEAN and Timor Leste]South and South-West Asia (SSWA)

Other regional reports 2017: Europe and Central Asia (ECE) report; Latin America and the Carribean (ECLAC) report; South-West Asia (ESCWA) reportSPECA report (Executive Summary - Russian version); Africa (ECA) report

The reports for previous years are available here; The 2017 survey questionnaire is available here. The survey dataset is available upon request. Any updated information or data is welcome. Please kindly contact escap-tiid@un.org.

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