Project Title

Measuring the Economic Impact of Trade Facilitation Policies on Trade 

Project Year

2023   

Project Number

CTI 01 2023 

Project Session

Session 1   

Project Type

Standard 

Project Status

Completed Project   
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Project No.

CTI 01 2023 

Project Title

Measuring the Economic Impact of Trade Facilitation Policies on Trade 

Project Status

Completed Project 

Publication (if any)

 

Fund Account

General Project Account 

Sub-fund

None 

Project Year

2023 

Project Session

Session 1 

APEC Funding

110,000 

Co-funding Amount

15,299 

Total Project Value

125,299 

Sponsoring Forum

Committee on Trade and Investment (CTI) 

Topics

Trade Facilitation 

Committee

Committee on Trade and Investment (CTI) 

Other Fora Involved

Sub-Committee on Customs Procedures (SCCP) 

Other Non-APEC Stakeholders Involved

 

Proposing Economy(ies)

Chile 

Co-Sponsoring Economies

Australia; Canada; China; Hong Kong, China; Indonesia; New Zealand; Peru; Philippines; Singapore 

Expected Start Date

01/08/2023 

Expected Completion Date

31/12/2023 

Project Proponent Name 1

Sebastian Sufan 

Job Title 1

Legal Advisor 

Organization 1

Undersecretariat for International Economic Relations, Ministry of Foreign Affairs 

Postal Address 1

Not Applicable 

Telephone 1

(56-2) 28275683 

Fax 1

Not Applicable 

Email 1

Not Applicable 

Project Proponent Name 2

Not Applicable 

Job Title 2

Not Applicable 

Organization 2

Not Applicable 

Postal Address 2

Not Applicable 

Telephone 2

Not Applicable 

Fax 2

Not Applicable 

Email 2

Not Applicable 

Declaration

Sebastian Sufan 

Project Summary

In this project we will address is the effectiveness of trade facilitation policies in the APEC region. The project aims to examine how the WTO Trade Facilitation Agreement (TFA) policy areas are being implemented and to understand the challenges faced, particularly in the digital trade processes. 

The project will include organizing a two-day workshop to provide participants with analysis, and robust evidence on specific trade facilitation reforms that have been implemented and their impact on reducing trade costs and enhancing trade flows in various sectors. 

The project will take place during SOM 3 and will be conducted over two days, allowing for in-depth discussions and knowledge sharing among participants. The target spectators for the workshop are technical and non-technical audiences, and the findings and recommendations will be compiled into a report in an “APEC Policy Brief format.” This format ensures that the information is easily accessible and understandable for policymakers and stakeholders involved in trade facilitation efforts.

Relevance

Relevance - Issues: The project seeks to address the problems related to trade costs and the effectiveness of trade facilitation policies in the APEC region. It aims to assess the impacts of trade facilitation reforms and initiatives that have been implemented in the Asia-Pacific region. For this purpose, the project will present specific information from reliable sources: the OECD Trade Facilitation Indicators, the UN Global Survey on Digital and Sustainable Trade Facilitation and the UNCTAD Reform Tracker for National Trade Facilitation Committees, which will be presented and thus help illustrate which WTO Trade Facilitation Agreement (TFA) provisions are particularly more economically suitable to be implemented for APEC economies and what are the best practices for such implementation. Also, by discussing (with different experts’ panels and participants) the progress made in implementing policy areas covered by the TFA and the digitalization of border clearance processes, the project intends to understand the overall impacts of these specific reforms. 

The sustained benefits of the project extend beyond a single economy in the APEC region. Since the project aims to assess the impacts of trade facilitation reforms across the entire APEC region, the findings and analysis (gathered from the mentioned sources) will be provided by experts’ who will offer insights and knowledge of FTA provisions that present more economical advantages in their implementation, providing specific and updated information that can benefit multiple economies within the APEC Fora. By sharing best practices, lessons learned, and identifying implementation challenges (presented by experts and negotiators), the project can contribute to enhancing trade facilitation efforts and promoting regional integration within APEC members. The Workshop, presentations, and debates will also enable participants from various APEC economies to exchange information, discuss strategies, and maximize the economic impact of trade facilitation reforms collectively. 

From the conclusions and presentations made by experts a document will be drafted in order to help the attendants to provide with understandable data, best practices and sources of information (from presentations). The objective is to develop a document that states simple facts about economic benefits of implementing TFA provisions and best practices in the referred implementation process. This document (Policy Brief) will help experts promote internally in their agencies and externally to decision makers the benefits in moving forward the implementation of TFA provisions that have been proven economically beneficials to other APEC members.

Eligibility and Fund Priorities: The project meets the eligibility criteria and strongly supports the funding priorities of the General Project Account (GPA) 2023.

a) The project aligns with the eligibility criteria by focusing on trade liberalization and facilitation. It aims to address unnecessary barriers to trade in goods, strengthen trade facilitation, and promote the full implementation of the World Trade Organization (WTO) Trade Facilitation Agreement (TFA). These objectives directly contribute to promoting trade and investment facilitation, which is one of the funding priorities of the GPA 2023.

b) Funding Priorities: The project supports the funding priorities of the GPA 2023 in two keyways:

Facilitating Trade and Investment: The project's main objective is to facilitate trade in goods by addressing barriers and strengthening trade facilitation. By doing so, it actively contributes to the promotion of trade and investment facilitation, which is one of the specific funding priorities of the GPA 2023. The project aims to remove unnecessary barriers that hinder the smooth flow of goods across borders, thereby enhancing trade and investment opportunities.

Building a resilient and interconnected region that advances broad-based economic prosperity: The project aligns with this funding priority by promoting the implementation of the APEC Putrajaya Vision and the Aotearoa Plan of Action. These strategic frameworks emphasize the importance of building a resilient and interconnected region that fosters economic prosperity for all. By supporting the liberalization of trade in goods and strengthening trade facilitation, the project contributes to creating a more connected and prosperous region, benefitting all economies involved.

Capacity Building: The project will contribute to building the capacity of APEC member economies, including APEC developing member economies, in several ways. Firstly, it will provide policymakers with robust evidence and discussions to help them methodically and empirically advance trade facilitation reforms. For this purpose the project will provide experts with information from reliable sources: OECD Trade Facilitation Indicators, the UN Global Survey on Digital and Sustainable Trade Facilitation and the UNCTAD Reform Tracker for National Trade Facilitation Committees, which will be presented and debated by experts, helping illustrate which TFA provisions are particularly more economically suitable to be implemented for APEC economies and what are the best practices for such implementation. This will enable decision makers to make more informed decisions on the economic implications of implementing different provisions of the TFA and prioritize policy reforms going forward. 

In accordance with Appendix K of the Guidebook, the project aims to promote comprehensive participation of all APEC members, including APEC developing member economies, in the regional economy and the trade and investment liberalization and facilitation process. By building the capacity of these economies, the project contributes to reducing economic disparities among APEC economies. 

The project aligns with APEC's capacity building goals and objectives, as outlined in the Manila Framework. It adheres to APEC's operational principles, ensuring long-term focus, needs-driven approaches, internal and regional replicability, consistency, transparency, innovation, iterative processes, inclusiveness, enabling impact, cost-effectiveness, results-based orientation, evaluation, continuity and sustainability, collaboration, and alignment with key APEC declarations and guidelines. 

By encompassing these capacity building principles, the project aims to strengthen the knowledge, abilities, skills, and technical know-how of APEC member economies, particularly the developing economies, to improve their policies, regulations, institutional structures, and processes related to trade facilitation.

Objectives

The objective of this project is to provide evidence-based analysis on the relationship between a wide range of trade facilitation policies and economic outcomes (trade costs, trade flows), as well as to support enhanced regional integration and supply chain resilience. For this objective, the project will use of policy indicators to reflect the policy areas covered by the WTO TFA as well as other trade facilitation tools and border agency co-operation mechanisms to illustrate on how the implementation of TFA provisions can economically support the prosperity of APEC economies. It will also focus on the implications for further reforms in the region, focusing also on the benefits from advancing in the implementation of the TFA in both, regulatory frameworks, and best practices.

Alignment

Alignment to APEC: This project will contribute to the region’s trade facilitation agenda, providing data on a wide range of specific trade facilitation policies. It aligns with APEC´s Putrajaya Vision 2040, in particular with the economic driver “Trade and Investment” which seeks to ensure that the Asia-Pacific remains the world’s most dynamic and interconnected regional economy, and to promote seamless connectivity, resilient supply chains and responsible business conduct, among others. Furthermore, the project directly supports the implementation of the Aotearoa Plan of Action by contributing to the advancement of collective actions like “Promote trade and investment facilitation for all, including by fully implementing the WTO TFA Agreement. By delivering concrete evidence on what TFA provisions are more economically beneficials for APEC members, the project will intend to provide experts and participants with the necessary tools to promote a more efficient implementation of the TFA. 

It also aligns with the United States’ host year priority policy area of “Interconnectedness: Building a resilient and interconnected region that advances broad-based economic prosperity” and contributes to the Phase Three of Supply-Chain Connectivity Framework Action Plan 2022-2026 (SCFAP III), “To support our businesses in building secure, resilient, sustainable and open supply chains that create a predictable, competitive and digitally interconnected Asia-Pacific region for all.” which was welcomed and endorsed by APEC Ministers in their Declaration at the APEC Ministerial Meeting (AMM) in November 2022. Particularly, the project will provide support to the work related to chokepoints 2) “Inadequate infrastructure development to support robust multi-modal connectivity and logistics networks” and 5) “Lack of targeted support to facilitate MSMEs’ access and integration into global supply chains” of SCFAP III

The project will also support the implementation of the APEC Connectivity Blueprint, help advance the digitalization of trade-related documents and processes, and support MSMEs’ participation. It will particularly help address SCFAP III chokepoint 1) which focuses on “Inefficient digitalization of end-to-end supply chains, including border procedures and trade documentation exchanges”. As it will hep APEC member economies focus on capacity building and providing technical assistance to support policy making and regulatory reforms that can drive more efficient cargo handling and, support the private sector in facilitating more trusted data exchanges

The project will contribute to these goals and strategies by providing data on the role of a wide range of trade facilitation policies (e.g., transparency and predictability, automating and streamlining of documents and processes, border agency co-operation) that will help reducing trade costs and enhancing trade flows. 

Alignment to Forum: The project aligns with CTI’s core work plan on both trade facilitation, connectivity, digitalization, and innovation as well as support to the Multilateral Trading System (MTS). It also aligns with the United States’ host year priority policy areas for CTI as regards interconnectedness. The quantitative analysis in this project would follow up on important qualitative work initiated during Thailand’s host year in the SCCP on accelerating the implementation of the WTO TFA and respond to the call in SCFAP III for identifying indicators and conducting research that can recommend policy practices for supply chain connectivity. It would support the SCCP’s strategic plan for highlighting best practices in trade facilitation, which can also help prepare for emerging issues relating to the twin digital and green transitions. 

The presentations will consider the use of policy indicators such as the OECD Trade Facilitation Indicators to reflect the policy areas covered by the WTO TFA as well as other digital trade facilitation tools and border agency co-operation mechanisms. The project will also focus on the implications for further reforms in the region, focusing also on the benefits from advancing both regulatory frameworks and best practices.

TILF/ASF Justification

Not Applicable.

Beneficiaries and Outputs

Outputs: 

1) 
Two-day workshop during SOM3, 2023. The project will organize a two-day workshop on the margins of the CTI meeting, which will be held during SOM 3. The workshop will provide a platform for in-depth presentation of data analysis by experts, discussions and knowledge sharing among participants. It will involve technical and non-technical audiences, including policymakers and stakeholders involved in trade facilitation efforts. The purpose of the workshop is to present and discuss the findings and analysis related to trade facilitation reforms and their impacts in the APEC region (specifically related to TFA implementation on APEC economies). The workshop will foster collaboration, exchange of ideas, and identification of best practices.

2) Development of a Policy Brief. Following the workshop, a Policy Brief will be developed to capture the key insights, and recommendations from the discussions and presentations. The Policy Brief will compile the information in an “APEC Policy Brief format” of no more that 8 pages long, ensuring that it is easily accessible and understandable for decision makers and stakeholders (this document will include linkages to data sources to allow a more in-depth examination). The Policy Brief will serve as a comprehensive document summarizing key workshop outcomes, including the analysis presented on trade facilitation reforms, identification of implementation challenges, and strategies to maximize the economic impact of the implementation of specific WTO TFA provisions in APEC economies.

Structure of the Policy Brief

a)  Brief introduction to TFA.

b)  Overview of the TFA provisions presented by experts.

c) Fact sheet on of the economic results in the implementation of specific provisions of the TFA (with links to the data sources).

d) Implementation challenges presented by experts.

e) Best practices presented by experts.

The number of provisions and best practices included will depend on the presentations made by experts and the discussions that we intend to have in the workshop (at least 10 will be included).

Outcomes: Enhanced understanding of trade facilitation reforms. The workshop and subsequent Policy Brief will contribute to an enhanced understanding of trade facilitation reforms and their impacts in the APEC region. By presenting and discussing findings and analysis presented by experts, participants will gain insights into the effectiveness of specific policy areas covered by the WTO TFA. This enhanced understanding will enable policymakers and stakeholders to make informed decisions and prioritize policy reforms going forward.

The workshop will provide a platform for the exchange of ideas and the identification of best practices in trade facilitation. The Policy Brief will compile these best practices, analysis and recommendations derived from the discussions and presentations. Decision makers and stakeholders can then use these recommendations to inform their own policies and processes, aiming to maximize the economic impact of the WTO TFA provisions. By adopting best practices and implementing recommended strategies, economies in the APEC region can enhance trade flows, reduce trade costs, and improve overall regional integration.

By sharing the knowledge gained from the project, APEC member economies can collectively work towards reducing economic disparities, improving economic and social well-being, and fostering sustainable growth in the Asia-Pacific region.

Increased knowledge on best practices and strategies to overcome implementation challenges of TFA reforms in member economies. Through the workshop discussions and analysis presented by experts (summarized in the Policy Brief), implementation challenges related to trade facilitation reforms will be identified. These challenges could be related to the digitalization of trade processes, among other factors. The identification of implementation challenges will help policymakers and stakeholders better understand the obstacles and develop strategies to address them effectively.

Each Outcome will be measured with the relevant questions in a post-event survey which will be drafted and circulated to all participants within a week after the Workshop

Beneficiaries: 

Primary Beneficiaries:

Individuals responsible for policy and decision makers in the agencies responsible for trade facilitation, regional integration and economic development within their economies.
Being decision makers, these participants should be of a high level of seniority and have more than 5 years of experience working in the field of international trade and trade policy. The project's outputs, including the Workshop and the Policy Brief, will provide these decision makers with valuable insights, analysis, and recommendations to inform their policy decisions. They will benefit from the project by gaining a better understanding of the impacts of trade facilitation reforms, identifying implementation challenges, and learning about best practices in enhancing trade flows and reducing trade costs. 

Secondary Beneficiaries:

SCSC, DESG and CTI experts will also be invited to participate in the Workshop. As participants, they will be beneficiaries of this project, as they will get already “digest information” from reliable sources (the OECD Trade Facilitation Indicators, the UN Global Survey on Digital and Sustainable Trade Facilitation and the UNCTAD Reform Tracker for National Trade Facilitation Committees), which will help them concentrate their efforts on the implementation of the TFA provisions that are more economically advantageous for their economies. Also, the Policy Brief will help them communicate this information to non-technical audiences on short and easy to understand format.

Dissemination

The main output of the project will be a digital “Policy Brief” targeted towards to expert and non-expert audiences. This publication will present the key findings and recommendations from the project in a concise and accessible format. The Policy Brief will include an overview of the workshop discussions, analysis presented by experts, and best practices identified in an easy to read and graphic friendly manner. It will provide evidence-based insights to inform policymaking and trade facilitation efforts.

The main target audience for the Policy Brief will be experts and non-expert audiences, including policymakers, stakeholders, and practitioners involved in trade facilitation efforts. The document will be designed to be easily understood by individuals without extensive technical knowledge, allowing them to grasp the main findings and recommendations and apply them in their respective roles. By targeting this audience, the project aims to ensure the practical applicability and relevance of the outputs.

There is no intention to sell the outputs arising from this project. The focus is on knowledge sharing, capacity building, and fostering collaboration within the APEC community and beyond. The goal is to disseminate the findings and recommendations widely and encourage their uptake in trade facilitation initiatives. The project aims to provide value to stakeholders and policymakers by offering insights and practical guidance rather than seeking financial gain.

Gender

Targets

Female Participants (%)

40%

Female Speakers/Experts (%)

40%

To promote equitable participation by men and women, in the selection criteria for participation at the workshop, the PO will explicitly call upon APEC economies to nominate suitably qualified women to participate. The PO will also consider and actively encourage gender balance in the outreach to potential speakers.

Referring to the Guide on Gender Criteria for APEC Project Proposals in the Guidebook on APEC Projects, please tick the pillar or pillars that this project supports, in promoting women’s economic empowerment:

5 Pillars (you may tick more than one)

1

Access to Capital and Assets

X

2

Access to Markets

X

3

Skills, Capacity Building, and Health

4

Leadership, Voice and Agency

5

Innovation and Technology


Work Plan



Timeline

Tasks

Deliverables

June 2023

Preparations: draft agenda, promote the event among participants, contact experts / speakers

Draft agenda and confirmation of speakers

1.     July 2023

2.     Submit the APEC-funded travelers list.

3.     Submit quotations for hosting.

4.     Drafting the pre and post-event surveys.

5.     Submit finalized GIC and draft agenda for circulation.

6.     Submit list of NMP for approval.

7.     Approval of the listed items

August 2023

Two-day workshop to be held during SOM3 (on the margins of CTI meeting)

Circulate a post-Workshop survey to participants (final agenda item).

Draft report, workshop (to be recorded by the PO for notetaking purposes)

September 2023

Design and draft of the Policy Brief and circulation

Endorsement by CTI members

8.     October 2023

Submit APEC Project Monitoring Report

Finalise Policy Brief and submit to the Secretariat for endorsement by CTI

To be delivered on 1 October 2023

Endorsement by CTI members

9.     November 2023

Submit all Wrokshop documents and endorsed Policy Brief to the Secretariat for upload on the Meeting Documents Database

10.  December 2023

Circulate the link to the Meeting Documents and Policy Brief to participants, CTI members and other stakeholders

January 2024

Project Completion

Completion Report

February 2024

Submit APEC Project Completion Report and supporting documents

APEC Project Completion Report

11.  6 to 12 months after project completion

12.  Participate in the Long-Term Evaluation on APEC Projects (LTEAP)

13. 

14.  6-12 months after project completion

Risks

No.

Risks

How will it be managed?

1

Operational risks: The workshop included in the project involves coordination with APEC host, CTI Chair and PD, the project overseer and key speakers, which could pose challenges for project management and implementation, particularly considering the short time to implement after project approval.

Develop clear project plans and processes and establish effective communication and coordination mechanisms with USA APEC 2023 organizers and CTI PD to mitigate operational risks to promptly inform all participants.

3

Keynote speakers risks: Lack of confirmation or the potential cancellation of keynote speakers for the workshop.

A letter of invitation will be circulated in advance to allow us to know in a timely manner if one of the speakers could not be able to attend.


Monitoring and Evaluation

Evaluation Focus

Indicators

Target Goals

Evaluation Method

Reporting Method

Outputs

1.   Workshop

1.    No. of participants (excl. speakers/ experts)

30

Event Attendance List

Completion Report

2.    % of participating men/women (excl. speakers/experts)

60/40

Event Attendance List

Completion Report

3.    No. of speakers/
experts engaged

7

Event Attendance List

Completion Report

4.    % of speakers/
experts (men/women)

60/40

Event Attendance List

Completion Report

5.    No. of attending economies

18

Event Attendance List

Completion Report

6.    No. of attending travel eligible economies

11

Event Attendance List

Completion Report

7.    Content developed and deployed

Nov 2023

Certification by PO

Completion Report

2.   Policy Brief

8.    No. of pages

3-8

Certification by PO

Email to the Secretariat

9.    Submission to the Secretariat

Nov 2023

Submission to the Secretariat

Email to the Secretariat

Outcomes

1.   Enhanced understanding of trade facilitation reforms

10. % of participants report increased understanding of trade facilitation reforms and their impacts in the APEC region

50%

Post-Workshop survey

Completion Report

11. % of participants report TFA implementation challenges identified in the Workshop are useful for their work.

50%

Post-Workshop survey

Completion Report

2. Identification of implementation challenges

12. % of respondents indicated increase in knowledge of challenges faced in implementing TFA reforms

50%

Post-Workshop survey

Completion Report

3. Increased knowledge on best practices and strategies to overcome implementation challenges of TFA reforms in member economies

13. % of respondents indicated increase in knowledge of best practices and strategies to implement

50%

Post-Workshop survey

Completion Report


Linkages

The project demonstrates active engagement with other relevant groups within and outside APEC. It aims to facilitate greater collaboration between APEC and international and regional organizations and fora that prioritize trade facilitation issues. These include organizations such as the OECD, WTO, and ASEAN. By actively involving these organizations, the project can benefit from their expertise and experiences in addressing trade facilitation challenges. For this purpose experts from these organizations be invited to speak and present their data in the Workshop.

Furthermore, the project emphasizes cross-fora collaboration between APEC's Committees on Trade and Investment (CTI), Sub-Committee on Customs Procedures (SCCP), and Digital Economy Steering Group (DESG) by inviting them to the workshop and to comment on the Policy Brief. This collaboration is crucial in addressing digital trade facilitation tools, as it recognizes the interconnectedness of trade facilitation and digitalization. By engaging multiple APEC fora, the project can leverage the diverse perspectives and knowledge from these specialized groups.

In terms of avoiding duplication, the project takes into consideration previous and ongoing APEC initiatives as well as initiatives from other organizations working in this area. The latest ESCAP APTF report (2021) provided the overall impact of trade cost reduction in the Asia and the Pacific in table 6 (page 20). However, the measurement of trade cost is not based on monetary costs but based on macro data (such as export and import value) as calculated by the World Bank/ESCAP in their trade cost database. Hence the work and data presented by experts of OECD, UNCTAD and WTO can have a positive impact on the current work of APEC.

By building on the work already done, (such as PSU´s Policy Brief number 25 “Trade Facilitation in APEC: Progress and Impact”) the project ensures that it complements existing efforts rather than replicating them. This approach allows for the consolidation of knowledge and experiences gained from previous initiatives, fostering continuity, and avoiding unnecessary duplication of work.

APEC has a long-standing commitment to trade facilitation and has developed expertise and networks in this area. By leveraging APEC's platform, the project can effectively engage member economies, foster collaboration among relevant organizations, and facilitate knowledge sharing and capacity building efforts specific to the APEC region.

Sustainability

After the APEC funding is finished, it is essential to ensure that the project's results and lessons continue to have an impact. The following strategies will support the beneficiaries in carrying forward the project's outcomes:

Capacity Building and Knowledge Transfer: The beneficiaries, especially policy makers in APEC member economies, will be supported by equipping them with the necessary skills and knowledge. They will be better equipped to integrate the project's outcomes into their policy decisions and ongoing initiatives. This project envisions a second stage or follow up work with relevant international fora, that may include organizing workshops, training sessions, and seminars to further enhance their understanding of trade facilitation reforms and their implementation.

Collaboration and Network Building: Building on the project's outputs and outcomes, the next steps (through a follow-up project for APEC Peru 2024) will involve fostering collaboration and network building participants. This will enable the beneficiaries to continue sharing best practices, lessons learned, and policy recommendations beyond the project's completion.

Project Overseers

Sebastian Sufan

Legal Advisor to the OECD Division of the Undersecretariat of International Economic Affairs of Chile (SUBREI). Mr. Sufan currently serves as a member of the Bureau of the Working Party of the Trade Committee at the OECD. He possesses extensive knowledge of APEC fora, having previously worked in Chile's APEC Division from 2016 to 2018. Additionally, during Chile's host year in 2019, he served as a special advisor to the Undersecretary of Gender, particularly during her leadership of the Policy Partnership on Women and the Economy. Ms. Sufan is a lawyer and holds a degree from Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez (Chile), as well as diplomas from Universidad Católica (Chile) and MIT (US). Furthermore, he obtained an LLM in International Law from the University of Heidelberg (Germany).


Cost Efficiency

Not Applicable.

Drawdown Timetable

Not Applicable.

Direct Labour

Not Applicable.

Waivers

Not Applicable.

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