This project has produced a series of reports and studies to support the implementation of the Greek trade facilitation reform. Some of those key documents can be found in this section under different categories.
- Background Documents
Greek Trade Facilitation Roadmap
In 2012, UNECE supported the Greek Government to launch the Greek Trade Facilitation Roadmap 2013-2014, a holistic trade facilitation reform programme including key performance indicators (KPIs) to measure progress.
Published : October 2012
- Reports and Studies
Interagency information systems and international benchmark for Greek exports of fresh fruits and vegetables, August 2014 - Final Report
Briefing Paper on Agriculture Trade Facilitation in Greece - August 2014 (developed under the framework of the United Nations Development Account Project, Tranche 8th)
Marseille Study Tour and Workshop, July 2014 - Final Report
Presentations held at the different events can be accessed here: Events and Presentations.
- Newsletters of the Operation Steering Committee
Newsletter Issue 7, July 2014
Newsletter Issue 6, May 2014
Newsletter Issue 5, April 2014
Newsletter Issue 4, January 2014
Newsletter Issue 3, December 2013: The map of the Greek foreign trade is changing. The legal framework is being modernized and simplified while the processes are accelerating in terms of the new digital era-for all Greek products, from agricultural sector to high technology.
Newsletter Issue 2, November 2013
Newsletter Issue 1, October 2013:This newsletter, under the Operational Steering Committee (OSC) for the Facilitation of External Trade, will serve not only as a reference point for the monitoring and communication of the progress made in the implementation of the National Strategy but will also be the focal point of all stakeholders.
- Press Releases
UNECE helps Greece improve its trade competitiveness
Greece has made important progress in the implementation of the trade facilitation reform programme: With UNECE’s support, export procedures were analysed and simplified; Customs procedures were simplified, an automated risk management system was implemented, a modern electronic Customs data management was put into place and legislation simplified
Press Release, published: 20 June 2014