[pkg-php-pear] Training Course on COVID-19 and the Future of World Trade
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from Datastat Research and Training Center!
Course on COVID-19 and the Future of World Trade
is a humanitarian crisis on a global scale.The rationale behind this training is
based on the fact that in the wake of COVID 19 and trading, supply chains will
be affected by some likely diversification among foreign suppliers. But again,
this will be limited by economic viability. Businesses can plan for
contingencies but in the end must preserve revenues and profits. The leanest of
just-in-time supply chains may be a level of efficiency that can no longer be
afforded. So, inventories will rise, but again be constrained by the economics
of running a business. Outside of supporting the production and stockpiling of
medical supplies and vaccines, technology and market forces will be much greater
factors determining trading patterns than government policies, including the use
of regional trade agreements. In an extreme emergency, even membership in a
customs union did not prevent some individual national actions which were at
odds with the ideal of a single market.
trading arrangements can be useful for exploring paths forward for rule-making
where progress would be more complicated to achieve on a global basis. In
addition, regional integration can be productive and should be fostered.
Nevertheless, in terms of total trade flows, sub-multilateral agreements are not
determinative. Businesses still have to serve markets wherever they are located
and will continue to need to reach out beyond the regions in which they are
training course in intended for Business Managers, Chief Executive Officers,
Board Members, Finance Directors, Internal and External Auditors, Government
officials and those from both the private and public sector who wish to
undertake the course
completing this workshop, the delegates should be able to:
Understand the health implications of COVID-19 pandemic
Test the applicable and acceptable indicators in evaluating and monitoring the
global effects of the pandemic
Understand the response strategies to COVID-19
Gain understanding of the essential factors to consider in responding to
COVID-19 to sustain world trading
Facilitate the analysis of the organization or the country-specific and
crosscutting case studies.
Understand terms of total trade flows and sub-multilateral
Understand factors determining trading patterns than government policies,
including the use of regional trade agreements.
The values of the multilateral trading system
Innovation and Openness to Change due to COVID-19
Sustainability and Long-term Orientation
2: government policies on international trade
Administration, transparency, and judicial review
Imposition of export tax
Right to trade (approval system for trading)
Non-tariff measures (import restrictions)
Prohibition of imported second-hand clothes
Export restrictions on raw materials
1) issues related to the measures affecting imports of automobile
2) tariff classification
Anti-dumping and countervailing measures
3: Global Supply chain Issues
Rising price of fuel to transport goods by road, sea or
Increasing commodity prices raising the cost of raw
Higher labor costs from suppliers and manufacturers
Complex international logistics (higher charges for storage, transfer and
management of products.
4 Approach and methodology in Trading
What is the problem?
How can we get data?
What data can we get?
How can we use the data? Construction of a governance index; Utilization of
5: Trade Agreements Issues in a Post-COVID-19 World
Inadequate public facilities, wide-spread poverty and crowded living conditions
make them particularly vulnerable.
Regional emergency strategy
Member States the freedom to protect essential national interests in times of an
6: Policy Areas
trade agreements could shape trade in the COVID-19 and postCOVID-19
and new measures can result from:
non-synchronized recovery creates competition for scarce demand, tariffs to
redirect demand towards domestic production ?
situations of scarcity, export restrictions to meet domestic demand
states subsidize firms, recourse to countervailing duties (CVDs)
address rising aversion to various risks, e.g. health, security, privacy,
increasing regulatory protectionism (“precautionism”)
deal with limited access to diagnostic tests, vaccines and treatments, attempts
to overcome constraints posed by intellectual property
The instructor led trainings are delivered using a blended learning approach and
comprises of presentations, guided sessions of practical exercise, web-based
tutorials and group work. Our facilitators are seasoned industry experts with
years of experience, working as professional and trainers in these
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