Asia-Pacific Trade Facilitation Report 2021: Supply Chains of Critical Goods Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic—Disruptions, Recovery, and Resilience
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This report reviews the impact of trade facilitation initiatives in Asia and the Pacific since the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic began and discusses how to increase supply chain resilience.
Supply chain disruptions caused by the pandemic have underscored the need for digital and paperless trade procedures. A special chapter examines the pandemic’s impact on the supply chains of critical goods such as vaccines, personal protective equipment, and food, and provides policy suggestions for enhancing supply chain resilience and trade facilitation. This is the third biennial progress report on trade facilitation implementation in Asia and the Pacific jointly prepared by the Asian Development Bank and the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific.
- Digital and Sustainable Trade Facilitation
- Trade Costs and Trade Facilitation in Asia and the Pacific: State of Play
- Impact of Trade Facilitation on Trade Costs
- Conclusion and Way Forward
- Supply Chains of Critical Goods Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic—Disruptions, Recovery, and Resilience
- Supply Chain Disruptions
- Supply Chain Resilience
- Case Studies on Critical Goods—Supply Chain Issues Emerged during the Pandemic
- Policy Implications