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Trade facilitation agreement ratified: septembre 2, 2015

 

State Secretariat for Economic Affairs SECO

Special Foreign Economic Services (AFWA)

Contact Point National Trade Facilitation Committee

Holzikofenweg 36, 3003 Berne
Switzerland

Téléphone: 0041 584 64 08 74

Mme. Marine Willemetz

Delegate for trade facilitation at the Permanent Mission of Switzerland to the WTO and EFTA

Rue de Varembé 9-11, CP 107, CH-1211 Genève 20

Switzerland

Téléphone: +41 58 482 25 42

Fax: +41 58 482 25 55

Contact Information on Enquiry Point

https://www.ezv.admin.ch/ezv/en/home/the-fca/contact.html

Reports, Studies, etc.

Article 22 Notification

Description of the assistance Committed / Disbursed Beneficiaries Implementing agencies Procedures for disbursements
2014-2017
The Trade Facilitation Support Program (TFSP) is a multi-donor program of the World Bank Group's Trade and Competitiveness Global Practice which provides support for countries seeking assistance in aligning their trade practices with the WTO Trade Facilitation Agreement. 2 million committed for 2017-2023, partially disbursed Committed USD 2000000 Disbursed USD 1500000 Unspecified, Eligible countries are expected to have demonstrated a strong commitment to implementing trade facilitation reforms in the areas covered by the WTO TFA. Moreover, the TFSP will prioritize assistance to countries with limited access to other donor support. World Trade Organization, WTO International Trade Center, ITC United States International Trade Commission, US ITC World Customs Organization, WCO International Monetary Fund, IMF United Nations Conference on Trade and Development, UNCTAD World Bank Group, WBG Requests for technical assistance can be made directly to the Trade Facilitation Support Program or through WBG offices and partners. http://www.worldbank.org/en/programs/trade-facilitation-support-program
The Trade Facilitation Support Program (TFSP) is a multi-donor program of the World Bank Group's Trade and Competitiveness Global Practice which provides support for countries seeking assistance in aligning their trade practices with the WTO Trade Facilitation Agreement. 2 million committed for 2017-2023, partially disbursed Committed USD 2000000 Disbursed USD 1500000 Unspecified, Eligible countries are expected to have demonstrated a strong commitment to implementing trade facilitation reforms in the areas covered by the WTO TFA. Moreover, the TFSP will prioritize assistance to countries with limited access to other donor support. World Trade Organization, WTO International Trade Center, ITC United States International Trade Commission, US ITC World Customs Organization, WCO International Monetary Fund, IMF United Nations Conference on Trade and Development, UNCTAD World Bank Group, WBG Requests for technical assistance can be made directly to the Trade Facilitation Support Program or through WBG offices and partners. http://www.worldbank.org/en/programs/trade-facilitation-support-program
The Trade Facilitation Support Program (TFSP) is a multi-donor program of the World Bank Group's Trade and Competitiveness Global Practice which provides support for countries seeking assistance in aligning their trade practices with the WTO Trade Facilitation Agreement. 2 million committed for 2017-2023, partially disbursed Committed USD 2000000 Disbursed USD 1500000 Unspecified, Eligible countries are expected to have demonstrated a strong commitment to implementing trade facilitation reforms in the areas covered by the WTO TFA. Moreover, the TFSP will prioritize assistance to countries with limited access to other donor support. World Trade Organization, WTO International Trade Center, ITC United States International Trade Commission, US ITC World Customs Organization, WCO International Monetary Fund, IMF United Nations Conference on Trade and Development, UNCTAD World Bank Group, WBG Requests for technical assistance can be made directly to the Trade Facilitation Support Program or through WBG offices and partners. http://www.worldbank.org/en/programs/trade-facilitation-support-program
2017-2023
The Trade Facilitation Support Program (TFSP) is a multidonor program of the World Bank Group's Trade and Competitiveness Global Practice which provides support for countries seeking assistance in aligning their trade practices with the WTO Trade Facilitation Agreement. Committed CHF 2000000 Eligible countries are expected to have demonstrated a strong commitment to implementing trade facilitation reforms in the areas covered by the WTO TFA. Moreover, the TFSP will prioritize assistance to countries with limited access to other donor support., Unspecified WTO: World Trade Organization ITC: International Trade Center US ITC: United States International Trade Commission WCO: World Customs Organization IMF: International Monetary Fund UNCTAD: United Nations Conference on Trade and Development WBG: World Bank Group Requests for technical assistance can be made directly to the Trade Facilitation Support Program or through WBG offices and partners. For further information: Trade Facilitation Support Program http://www.worldbank.org/en/programs/trade-facilitation-support-program#3
2018-2022
The Global Trade Facilitation Program (GTFP) is a multi-bi donor program of the World Customs Organization (WCO) and Switzerland providing support to priority countries in the realm of the Swiss Economic Development Cooperation. The program assists countries in implementing the WTO Trade Facilitation Agreement and the WCO Revised Kyoto Convention. Committed CHF 5500000 Albania, Azerbaijan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Colombia, Egypt, Georgia, Ghana, Indonesia, Kyrgyz Republic, North Macedonia, Peru, Serbia, South Africa, Tajikistan, Tunisia, Ukraine, Viet Nam Kosovo WCO: World Customs Organization Requests for assistance can be made to the notified TF Contact Point responsible for technical assistance and capacity Building or directly to the WCO. Eligible countries will be selected through the program.

Information mise à jour le 16.08.2017

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