3.1 Each member, within its available resources, sets up one or more request points from one or more investigative agencies to respond to appropriate requests from governments, economic operators and other interested parties regarding the issues covered in paragraph 1.1 and provide the necessary forms and documents in accordance with paragraph 1.1 a). 7.3 Trade facilitation measures in paragraph 7.1 include at least three of the following measures:[1] (ii) for members of the least developed countries, the expanded integrated framework for trade assistance to least developed countries should be part of this coordination process; (c) To ensure that the measures being reformed in private sector trade facilitation are taken into account in ancillary activities; 3. Members of developing countries and least developed countries seeking trade assistance and capacity-building assistance provide the committee with information on the contact points of the or offices responsible for coordinating and prioritizing this aid and assistance. Recognising the need for effective cooperation among members on trade facilitation and tariff compliance; 4.2 Each member designs and applies risk management in such a way as to avoid arbitrary or unjustified discrimination or disguised restrictions on international trade. 4.4 Each member is based on a risk assessment based on appropriate selectivity criteria. These selectivity criteria may include, among other things, the harmonized system code, the nature and designation of goods, the country of origin, the country of origin, the value of the goods, the registration of distributor compliance and the type of means of transport. The overall implementation of the TFA promises to reduce business costs by between 6% and 16% and to use small and medium-sized enterprises for inclusive growth. The Inter-Regional Forum to strengthen the implementation of the World Trade Organization Trade Facilitation Agreement, held in October 2018, focused on discussions on the common successes and challenges shared by officials responsible for managing and managing the notification and implementation of AAFC in afDB member countries and sub-regional programmes. Responsible: Mr. Tokyo Yamaoko, Senior Director and Deputy Director, Nippon Automated Cargo and Port Consolidated System (NACCS) Center, Japan This case study provides an overview of Japan`s automated freight and consolidated system (NACCS), the central system in Japanese import and export processes. NACCS offers a standardized, unique and comprehensive logistics information platform for public and private trade. The video examines measures that enable Japanese customs to comply with the provision of the WTO agreement on trade facilitation on perishable goods, including automatic import notification and inspection systems (FAINS) and the e-Cert system.

1.1 Each member offers merchants and other interested parties, as far as possible and in accordance with its domestic law and legal order, the opportunity for traders and other interested parties to comment on the proposal to introduce or amend general laws and regulations with respect to trade , release and customs clearance, including goods in transit. (c) the least restrictive measure chosen where two or more alternative measures are reasonably available to achieve the political objectives concerned; and each member organises, if necessary, regular consultations between its border agencies and its distributors or other stakeholders in its territory.