The RETA will support overall institutional capacity building to strengthen transport and trade facilitation in the GMS, and will work closely with relevant regulatory agencies with competency in these matters, including customs and SPS agencies. Capacity building will be a central element under this RETA, as the spirit of GMS cooperation in these areas is fundamental in promoting regional integration. The RETA will undertake a series of activities centered on the following areas: transport facilitation; sanitary and phytosanitary measures (SPS) improvement; business and logistics support, and regional information sharing among customs, SPS, and logistic service providers in the GMS for trade facilitation.
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