Enhancing Indonesia Trade and Economy: Indonesia Trade Assistance Project (ITAP) Final Report
The Indonesia Trade Assistance Project’s (ITAP) main programmatic objective is to enhance Indonesia’s competitiveness through building the Indonesian Ministry of Trade’s (MOT) institutional capacity to plan, analyze, implement and manage a broad agenda of domestic and international trade programs and reforms that are intended to expand the country’s exports, improve the investment climate and create new employment opportunities. ITAP’s overall project administration and core technical components progressed rapidly during year one, producing a solid foundation to build on in 2007. Under the auspices of ITAP’s economist team’s training, one-on-one coaching and technical assistance, in addition to developing the Masters in International Trade Policy (MITP) program, the MOT’s Inter-Agency Trade Framework (IATF) personnel successfully expanded their technical ability in year one to analyze, draft and negotiate matters related to WTO subjects and agreements, regional trade negotiations and international trade policy issues. With the successful completion of over forty training sessions, two highly visible roundtables and twenty research consultations, the IATF and Trade Research and Development Agency (TREDA) staff significantly increased their ability to participate successfully in WTO Doha Development Agenda negotiations and other regional trade negotiations; contribute to Free Trade Agreements (FTAs) in partnership with Japan, Australia,
the United States, and other relevant countries; and make knowledgeable decisions on various international trade policy issues related to development, investment and competition.
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