Border and documentary compliance play acritical role in the efficiency of trade-related supply chains.
Perhaps the greatest success of the last strategic period has been the application of technological advancements in the digital sector. By investing in digital trade infrastructure and processes, countries can reduce the inconveniences of manual interactions and ensure continuity of trade flows.
TMA will apply proven successes to new geographies to continue driving efficiency gains; as well as harnessing innovations in Artificial Intelligence and open ledger technology, in order to provide a secure and transparent platform for recording and tracking trade-related transactions.
Work with Governments and agencies to digitise trade processes including through single windows, customs management systems, and trade portals.
Deploy ICT solutions for enhancing market information access and improving financial
Increase the ability of poor women and youth to access digital trade processes and systems.
Develop and enhance eCommerce platforms to link buyers with sellers; and digital payment systems to enable small businesses to trade across borders.
Enhance the interoperability of customs and other systems between countries, to enhance Integrated Corridor and Border Management.