The TA will establish an open-ended, internet-based network of international economic policy experts which, through targeted outputs, aims to strengthen institutional capacity on trade policy across the region. Key activities include: (i) creation of a platform for network interaction and development of a database and online tools for trade policy analysis: (ii) training programs on new trade issues; (iii) conferences on new trade issues; (iv) informal policy dialogues and roundtable discussions; (v) a research associates program on new trade issues; and (vi) policy-oriented research. The impact of the TA will be stronger national and regional trade policies and cooperation of trade ministries, policymakers, and trade experts in Asia.
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