February 19, 2019

DDG Wolff: Global trade rules can help Central Asia address connectivity challenges

Speaking at an international conference on “interconnectivity in Central Asia” held in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, on 19 February, Deputy Director-General Alan Wolff said an open trade policy agenda and active participation in the work of the WTO can promote greater connectivity within Central Asia and with the rest of the world. He stressed that the WTO’s Trade Facilitation Agreement and discussions on e-commerce can play an important role in addressing the region’s connectivity challenges. This is what he said:

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