Assessment of Capacity Building Needs to Support WTO Negotiation on Trade Related Aspects of E-commerce

Assessment of Capacity Building Needs to Support WTO Negotiation on Trade Related Aspects of E-commerce

TRPC staff members Dr John Ure, Stacy Baird, Cheryl Tan, Gareth Tan and Grace Gown contributed substantively to the development of an assessment of capacity building needs regarding trade-related aspects of E-commerce, which was intended to support WTO negotiations on the topic.

TRPC was primarily involved in developing sections relating to:

  1. Openness and Cross-Border Issues
  2. Cybersecurity/Network Security
  3. Infrastructure related aspects

Work on the project involved stakeholder engagement across sectors and jurisdictions, with the aim of identifying best practices within approaches undertaken by both private and public sector entities.

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