The Wto Trade Facilitation Agreement

New technologies and more efficient procedures, which reduce the “bureaucracy” associated with international trade, aim to limit corruption by limiting its necessity. [6] (iii) Members should also promote internal coordination among their trade and development officers, both in capitals and in Geneva, in the implementation of this Agreement and technical assistance. 3. The expert group shall be composed of five highly qualified independent persons in the fields of trade facilitation, assistance and capacity building assistance. The composition of the expert group ensures a balance between nationals of developing countries and members of industrialized countries. If a member of the least developed country is involved, the group of experts shall be composed of at least one national of a member of a least developed country. . . .