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Turkmenistan|life|December 4, 2021 / 04:34 PM
OSCE seminar in Turkmenistan promotes best practices in elaboration of national legislation in compliance with WTO requirements

AKIPRESS.COM - OSCE best practices in improving national legislation to meet the World Trade Organizations’ (WTO) requirements were discussed during an online seminar organized by the OSCE Centre in Ashgabat on December 2-3.

The two-day event brought representatives from the Mejlis (lower chamber) of the Milli Gengesh (Parliament) of Turkmenistan, the country’s Ministries of Foreign Affairs, Justice, Trade and Foreign Economic Relations, Finance and Economy, Agriculture and Environmental Protection as well as the State Customs Service, the Chamber of Commerce and Industry and other ministries and relevant bodies.

Two international experts from Georgia presented priorities for promoting international trade and reviewed WTO requirements. They discussed the removal of technical barriers to trade, tariff policy in agriculture and food, the determination of the customs value of goods, cotton trade and domestic support issues, border measures on intellectual property rights, and relevant WTO agreements, including on trade facilitation and on sanitary and phytosanitary measures.

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