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GTDW CHINA 2020

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Global Trade Development Week (GTDW), now into its 19th edition, provides a connecting platform to global trade stakeholders to explore opportunities to facilitate and increase sustainable and seamless cross border trade and to detect and counter illicit trade by:

  • Collaborating and linking existing initiatives
  • Sharing resources and best practices
  • Identifying commonalities and points of convergence
  • Discovering emergent and interoperable technologies and innovation
  • Initiating recommendations to overcome threats and challenges
  • Facilitating closed door G2G, B2B, B2G meetings


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