Trade facilitation in ASEAN countries: harmonisation of logistics policies
Anh T. Nguyen,
Thuy Nguyen () and
Giang T. Hoang
Asian-Pacific Economic Literature, 2016, vol. 30, issue 1, 120-134
type="main"> This paper studies the effectiveness of the implementation of trade facilitation measures in member countries of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN). We evaluate trade facilitation performance and indicate trade facilitation needs and priorities that vary between ASEAN members. In particular, we examine logistics-related costs in ASEAN and whether the current level of logistics-related costs could be a burden or an advantage for ASEAN countries. We also identify critical barriers that have impacts on logistics services related to foreign investment and customs across ASEAN. Finally, we propose recommendations for the harmonisation of logistics policies in ASEAN countries aimed at the development of the ASEAN Economic Community.
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