- Author:Paul Kimberley,Robert Schware
- Publisher:World Bank (November 1, 1995)
- Pages:132 pages
- Subcategory:Business & Finance
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Originating Unit IENTI. Series Name World Bank technical paper ; no. WTP 317. ISBN ISBN 0-8213-3534-0.
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Trade facilitation-the simplification, modernization and harmonization of export and import processes-has therefore emerged as an important issue for the world trading system. Technical assistance for trade facilitation is provided by the WTO, WTO members and other intergovernmental organizations, including the World Bank, the World Customs Organization and the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD).
This paper provides context for understanding why trade facilitation and lowering trade costs matter to Africa both .
This paper provides context for understanding why trade facilitation and lowering trade costs matter to Africa both today and over the long term. Trade costs are higher in Africa than in other regions. Using gravity-model estimates, the authors compute ad-valorem equivalents of improvements in trade indicators for a sample of African countries.