|CAREC Border Trade Study|
|Summary:||The study on cross-border trade was commissioned by CAREC and endorsed by ministers of CAREC member countries.
The World Bank designed the project and hired national teams of experts to conduct surveys of cross-border trading conditions on the territories of People's Republic of China, Kazakhstan, the Kyrgyz Republic, and Tajikistan between February and June 2007.
|Expected Outputs:||The study was extended to cover two sets of border points earlier excluded for technical reasons: border points involving Afghanistan and border points involving Mongolia.|
|Funding Type:||Technical Assistance|
|Funding Amount:||World Bank: $140,000|
|Links/Documents:||CAREC: Proposals For Further Trade Studies And Technical Support|