Digital Trade and Cross-Border Data Flows

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In a world of rapid technological change and digitization, trade policy must evolve to empower new forms of digital commerce and reduce barriers that hold back growth opportunities. Working closely with the World Economic Forum’s Center for the Fourth Industrial Revolution, this project deploys public-private collaboration to define and implement digital trade policy frameworks by:
-    Steering and shaping policy developments related to e-commerce, digitization of trade and cross-border data flows nationally, regionally and globally
-    Providing insights and capacity building for policy-makers to understand and deal with rapidly changing technologies in digital trade and cross-border data flows
-    Generating global thought leadership and developing practical solutions to advance inclusive growth and sustainable development in digital trade
-    Designing and implementing Fourth Industrial Revolution pilot projects that operationalize policies to shape the trajectory of new technologies and create tangible economic and social impacts