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facilitation

noun advancement, aid, assistance, cleared the way, ease, encouragement, expedience, furtherance, help, involvement, lubrication, open thedoors, play a positive role, promotion, quickening, support
Associated concepts: criminal facilitation, facilitation of a crime, facilitation of a felony
See also: advance, aid, help
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Director-General Roberto Azevdo said: "China's generous donation will be essential to ensure that the poorest WTO members can benefit fully from the WTO's Trade Facilitation Agreement and the boost to their trading potential that the Agreement can deliver.
Secretary E and T Balal Ahmed said that Excise and Taxation related various facilities would be available at the facilitation centre for the businessmen.
In the facilitation booth, the postal voters do not have to fill up the application form,' he said, adding that voters have to only fill up the Identity Declaration Certificate (IDC) form.
7% of the facilitations, while the share of the commercial sector reached 9.
facilitation of a foreign tax evasion (section 46 offence).
Soon after taking over the charge as police chief in February, Patnaik has inducted 60 women public facilitation officers in 20 police stations with an aim to make facilitation desk more responsive and effective.
The African Development Bank has indeed made transport infrastructure development and trade facilitation in the Mano River region (Cote d'Ivoire, Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone) one of its priorities.
The seminar aims at reviewing the experiences of a number of countries in the establishment and operation of trade facilitation and port community systems to facilitate international trade.
Group synergy is perception the group ability and interaction with each other, the ability to solve the problem and planning in an art group which is called facilitation.
The conference discussed a number of trade agreements on trade facilitations and multilateral international trading system.
The WTO trade facilitation agreement aims to reduce red-tape in cross-border trade by simplifying the customs and border procedures.
A Trade Facilitation Agreement will be particularly beneficial for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in developing and least developed countries (LDCs).