The expected impact of the SSTA is the increase of understanding and knowledge among countries in South Asia on trade facilitation measures. The expected outcome is a wide dissemination of knowledge on trade facilitation to the APTFF member countries. To obtain these desired impact and outcome, the expected outputs of the APTFF include (i) a successful organization of the APTFF and side events, including a study tour to Colombo port, a multimedia exhibition event on new instruments and tools for trade facilitation, and at least one technical capacity building workshop; (ii) preparation and presentation of 8 to 10 research papers at the APTFF; and (iii) a joint ADB-ESCAP publication related to the theme of the APTFF, including presented research papers, and inputs of the APTFF participants.
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