AFACT stands for the Asia Pacific Council for Trade Facilitation and Electronic Business. AFACT aims to promote the commitment and development of trade facilitation, electronic business policies and activities in the Asia Pacific region, mainly focusing on those promoted by UN/CEFACT (United Nations Center for Trade Facilitation and Electronic Business), to guide, stimulate, improve and promote the ability of business, trade and administrative organizations from members, as well as to exchange products and relevant services effectively within AFACT community. Currently, there are 20 members from Afghanistan, Australia, Bangladesh, Cambodia, China, Chinese Taipei, India, Indonesia, Iran, Japan, Korea, Malaysia,Mongolia, Pakistan, Philippines, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Vietnam.Read more..
22 – 24 May, 2019
@Swissôtel Bangkok Ratchada
Approval of Agenda
Review of the previous BDC-TMC Meeting Report
ASEAN Member States have agreed on ASEAN Agreement on Electronic Commerce. The objectives of the Agreement are to facilitate cross-border e-commerce transactions in the ASEAN region, contribute to creating an environment of trust and confidence in the use of e-commerce, and deepen cooperation among Member States to further develop and intensify the use of e-commerce in the ASEAN region.Download
Thailand’s progress in the implementation of the Fishery Language for Universal Exchange - UN/FLUX, based on data provided by the Department of Fisheries and Marine Department, operationally coordinated by the Command Centre for Combatting Illegal Fishing (CCCIF).Download
ASEAN Single Window (ASW) was based on UNECE Rec. 33 on Single Window and Rec. 36 on Single Window Interoperability. Five member states accepted the electronic data of e-ATIGA Form D (the preferential certificate of origin) exchanged through ASW. ASEAN Customs Declaration Document (ACDD) and the electronic Sanitary and Phytosanitary Certificate (eSPS) will be exchanged in the near future.Download
Progress on the development of the electronic Certificate of Origin system to facilitate operators. The system includes functionality such as Electronic Signature and Seal (ESS), digital signature, e-ATIGA Form D, etc.Download
National Digital Trade Platform (NDTP) is a B2B Cross Border e-Trading Platform, which connects end-to-end electronic business with Trade Facilitation Platform.Download
The Federation of Thai Industries and GS1 Thailand have released “eCO Platform” for Exporters in Thailand to deliver e-Certificate of Origin to Pan Asian e-Commerce Alliance (PAA) partners’ platform automatically, and collaborating with Trade-Van to provide “Cross-border Blockchain Platform (CBBP)” with Blockchain and PKI technology to transfer confidential documents to Taiwan’s customs and clients.Download
NTT DATA collaborates with government, and also launched a consortium with leading trade-related companies for implementing the blockchain-based trade data sharing platform in Japan.Download
UN/CEFACT technical update, including the message construction project and the Web API for the UN/CEFACT standards.Download
Discussion on further work and cooperation among the AFACT members.
204 RACHADAPISEK ROAD, HUAY KWANG,BANGKOK 10320, THAILAND
TELEPHONE : +66 2694 2222
Swissotel Bangkok Ratchada is a luxurious 5-star hotel located on Ratchadapisek Road adjacent to the MRT "HUAI KWANG STATION", exit 3. Just a two-minute walk from the MRT station, it provides easy access to all areas of the exciting and vibrant city of Bangkok – such as Central Plaza Rama 9, Ratchada Train Night Rot Fai Market , The Esplanade , Terminal 21, MBK, Siam Square, Jatujak Market, Chinatown and Queen Sirikit National Convention Centre, to name just a few.
Swissotel Bangkok Ratchada adjacent to the MRT "HUAI KWANG STATION", exit 3. Just a two-minute walk from the MRT station.
MRT Service Hours
Monday – Sunday 06.00 – midnight
Normal hour: average headway not exceeding 6-10 minute per train.
Peak hour (06.00 – 09.00 am and 04.30 – 07.30 pm): average headway not exceeding 3-5 minute per train.