Because of the continuing global food price increases, global and regional trade discussions on agriculture concerns have been renewed. For agriculture-based Central Asian economies, a revitalized agriculture trade between and among neighboring economies will be an important catalyst for economic growth and poverty reduction.
The CAREC Institute, in partnership with the People’s Republic of China’s Ministry of Commerce, conducted the “Seminar on Trade Development of Regional Agriculture Products in Central Asia” to exchange ideas on best agriculture trade practices, identify trade bottlenecks and constraints, and explore opportunities brought by agriculture trade expansions among the CAREC country-members.
Experts in the trade of regional agricultural products from CAREC-participating countries attended the seminar.
- 01 The Prospect of Trade Development of Regional Agricultural Product in Central Asia (Paper)
- 02 National Agriculture Master Plan of Afghanistan
- 03 Trade and Tariff Policy Framework for Afghanistan
- 04 Brief Introduction on the Key Policy of Agriculture, Rural Areas and Farmers in Xinjiang Uygur (Paper)
- 05 China's Inspection and Quarantine Policies of Agricultural Imports (Paper)
- 06 Agriculture of the Kyrgyz Republic and Trade Policy
- 07 Trade Barriers for Agricultural Products in the Kyrgyz Republic
- 08 Current Situation of Mongolia's Food and Agriculture Sector and Some Priority Issues of the Development
- 09 Agriculture Sector of Tajikistan (Paper)
- 10 Foreign Trade of the Republic of Uzbekistan in Agricultural Products (Paper)
- 10 Foreign Trade of the Republic of Uzbekistan in Agricultural Products (Presentation)
- 11 Uzbekistan's Agriculture Sector and Quarantine Measures (Paper)
- 11 Uzbekistan's Agriculture Sector and Quarantine Measures (Presentation)
- 12 Development of Agriculture in Azerbaijan
- 13 Azerbaijan's State Service on Control of Consumer Market and Export of Foodstuff