Regional Trade Integration

Best Practices for Promoting Trade-Led Equitable Growth in the LAC Region

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USAID
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Date: 
January 1, 2008
USAID/LAC solicited this task order under a two-year extension of its existing Strategic Objective entitled: ―Enabling Environment for Market Access Strengthened (598-017).” This SO is comprised of two modified Intermediate Results: IR 1 - Best Practices Advanced to Foster Trade-Related Growth and IR 2 - Best Practices Advanced to Reduce Asset-Related Equity Constraints.

ASEAN Single Window (ASW) SOW

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Source: 
USAID
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PDF
Date: 
February 1, 2008
The objective of this program is to support the development and implementation of the ASEAN Single Window (ASW). The program will provide technical assistance and training at both the ASEAN Secretariat and the national-level in select ASEAN member nations. All activities will be focused on assisting ASEAN with implementing the ASW by 2012.

Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Technical Assistance and Training Facility SOW

Source: 
USAID
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PDF
Date: 
September 1, 2008

The purpose of this task order is to build upon past assistance provided to APEC by the US government and to create an Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Technical Assistance and Training Facility that will assist APEC and the Secretariat in furthering Regional Economic Integration (REI) and the Bogor Goals three broad areas to promote of free and open trade and investment in the Asia-Pacific region by 2010 for developed economies and 2020 for developing economies.

Setting Trade Policy Priorities

Source: 
Robert Fisher (TCBoost presenter)
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PDF
Date: 
January 27, 2009
A PowerPoint presentation providing an synopsis of effective assistance for trade policy making and strategies for prioritizing among various needs. Robert Fisher, USAID In-depth Trade and Investment Training 2008.

Trade Negotiations and Agreements

Source: 
Lisa Yarmoshuk (TCBoost COP)
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PDF
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January 27, 2009
A PowerPoint presentation introducing the current landscape of agreements and negotiations related to trade and investment around the world and the role of trade capacity building. Lisa Yarmoshuk, USAID In-depth Trade and Investment Training 2008.

East Africa Competitiveness and Trade Expansion (COMPETE) SOW

Source: 
USAID
Document Type: 
PDF
Date: 
February 1, 2009
The purpose of this task order is to implement the Competitiveness and Trade Expansion (COMPETE) program which will enhance economic growth and food security in Eastern and Central Africa by stimulating increased trade and competitiveness in both regional and global markets. COMPETE will be headquartered in Nairobi and will be one part of the USAID/East Africa’s new regional Agriculture, Competitiveness and Trade Activity (ACT).

Regional Economic Integration in Africa: Building on Successes and Lessons Learned

Source: 
USAID
Document Type: 
PDF
Date: 
July 31, 2009
This TCBoost report outlines a four-pronged approach to guide USAID in increasing its support of regional economic integration in Africa.

Southern Africa Trade and Competitiveness Program SOW

Source: 
USAID
Document Type: 
PDF
Date: 
January 1, 2010
The Southern Africa Trade and Competitiveness Program is designed to increase international competitiveness, intra-regional trade, and food security in the SADC region. This will be accomplished through the advancement of the regional integration agenda and increased trade capacity of regional value chains in selected sectors.

Overview of Transport and Customs Issues in Eastern and Southern Africa

Source: 
Timothy Chisembwere
Document Type: 
PDF
Date: 
April 5, 2010
A PowerPoint presentation to look at the African transport sector's current status and priority requirements, Africa's priority actions and vision for transport, and the 'Corridor Approach' adopted by Africa for Transport Infrastructure and Services Improvement. Timothy Chisembwere, USAID Trade and Investment Training: Programming for Greater Impact 2010.

Peru and Andean Trade Capacity Building Activity SOW

Source: 
USAID
Document Type: 
PDF
Date: 
May 1, 2010
The purpose of this activity is two fold: (1) increase Peru’s ability to apply the US – Peru Trade Promotion Agreement (PTPA) to facilitate open and prosperous trade across a wide range of sectors and address systemic constraints that inhibit trade and investment; and (2) increase the competitiveness of the private sector in the Andean region by strengthening the capacity of Andean countries to take advantage of trade opportunities.
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