South Asia Subregional Economic Cooperation: Trade Facilitation Strategic Framework 2014-2018
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Since 2001, ADB has invested more than $5.6 billion to improve physical infrastructure, support reform processes and build capacity in transport, trade facilitation, and energy in South Asia.
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The South Asia Subregional Economic Cooperation (SASEC) Program brings together Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, the Maldives, Nepal, and Sri Lanka in a project-based partnership to promote regional prosperity by improving cross-border connectivity, facilitating faster and cheaper trade among member countries, and strengthening regional economic cooperation.
SASEC also creates knowledge platforms that promote a regular exchange of information and experience-sharing in the subregion and ensure that international best practices underpin and strengthen the planning of effective regional development initiatives.
ADB serves as SASEC Secretariat.
- The Importance of Trade Facilitation
- Trade Facilitation Issues
- Current Trade Facilitation Initiatives
- The SASEC Trade Facilitation Strategy 2014-2018
- Implementing the Trade Facilitation Strategy
- Indicative Measures
- Resource Mobilization
- Monitoring Progress and Results