The OECD trade facilitation indicators cover the full spectrum of border procedures, from advance rulings to transit guarantees, for 133 countries arranged on a geographical basis across income levels and development stages.
Estimates based on the indicators provide a basis for governments and business to prioritise trade facilitation actions and mobilise technical assistance and capacity-building efforts for developing countries in a more targeted way. A two-pager on each of the 133 countries shows that trade facilitation measures can benefit all countries in their role as exporters as well as importers, allowing better access to inputs for production and greater participation in the international trading system.
OECD has developed a set of trade facilitation indicators identify areas for action and enable the potential impact of reforms to be assessed. The website also provides additional readings related to the trade facilitation indicators.