Weak trade and transport logistics performance is a key factor constraining interregional and intraregional trade growth in the Pacific. Very limited information is available on specific bottlenecks in Pacific countries. To improve competitiveness and trade and transport facilitation (TTF) performance in the areas of infrastructure, services, and procedures and processes, Pacific DMCs are seeking assistance to strategically reform, modernize, and strengthen the capacity of institutions, and invest in trade-related infrastructure. This TA is designed to consider the remote and archipelagic nature of Pacific DMCs and respond to these needs selectively.
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