WTO National Trade Facilitation Self-Assessment of Needs and Priorities
|Other||World Trade Organization||Afficher
|Suriname||A Strategy and Plan to guide regional implementation of the TFA for 18 Category C measures.
||Longer-term grant/loan support, infrastructure, etc.)||World Bank Group (WBG)||Afficher
A Strategy and Plan to guide regional implementation of the TFA for 18 Category C measures.
Other information (Description/Links)
2015- ongoing (submission of indicative dates for implementation of the measures is the first quarter of 2017.); Five of these measures (Risk Management, Post Audit Controls, Test Procedures, Single Window and Publication) were identified as possible priority measures for regional implementation which cuts across six other measures requiring increased transparency. However, the entire 18 measures will be afforded support through regionally coordinated activities focusing on harmonized customs and other legislation, the development of technical and standard operating procedures and training.
|Suriname||Notification of category A commitments under the Agreement on Trade Facilitation.
||Short-term training activity or other event||Afficher
Notification of category A commitments under the Agreement on Trade Facilitation.
|Suriname||Broader Trade Reforms Project||Not defined||World Bank Group (WBG)||Afficher
Broader Trade Reforms Project()
The World Bank is providing assistance to a number of Member States with broader trade reforms which include trade facilitation. These are Jamaica, Grenada, St. Kitts and Nevis and Suriname.