Trade Facilitation
Thu may 2019
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We aim to improve the competitiveness of non-mining export products whilst ensuring that foreign consumers are protected through compliance with standards and safeguards by reducing the time and cost of exporting (and importing) through the introduction of international best practice in trade facilitation matters.

EU TRAM builds capacities to reduce trade barriers to export markets and facilitate trade in terms of improving border inspection and management systems.
Selected activities:

  • Identifying and assessing the most relevant trade facilitation issues and possibilities to reduce the cost of exporting of products from sectors with high potential;
  • Implementing effective trade facilitation activities in close collaboration with the Customs General Administration through the adoption of EU best practice for customs matters in the relevant national legislation and policy documents;
  • Supporting Customs General Administration in extending its cooperation in customs administration matters and trade with the EU and other countries trading blocks;
  • Enhancing the capacity of relevant Government and Customs staff in provinces and at borders on trade facilitation procedures;
  • Supporting implementation of the commitments made by Mongolia under the World Trade Organization Trade Facilitation Agreement (WTO-FTA)