In this regard, the World Trade Organisation (WTO) Trade Facility Agreement (TFA), which entered into force on 22 February 2017, is an important milestone, as it broadly covers issues related to reducing bureaucracy and promoting efficiency and transparency, as well as the fact that it is the first multilateral agreement since the creation of the WTO in 1995. It turns out that the Across Borders (TAB) trading indicator of business management measures the effectiveness of national trade facilitation rules and tracks relevant reforms, allowing us to analyze how the provisions of the TFA relate to the reform efforts of governments around the world. (iii) Members should also promote internal coordination among their trade and development officers, both in capitals and in Geneva, in the implementation of this Agreement and technical assistance. 3. Members of developing and least developed countries intending to benefit from trade facilitation assistance and capacity-building assistance shall provide the Committee with information on the contact points of the Office responsible for coordinating and prioritizing such assistance. 1.2 Each Member shall ensure, to the extent possible and in a manner consistent with its national law and legal order, that new or amended laws and regulations of general application relating to the transport, making available and registration of goods, including goods in transit, are made public as soon as possible before their entry into force or that information concerning them is made public. by other means. to enable traders and other interested parties to meet with them….