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White Paper on the use of Artificial Intelligence in Trade Facilitation

February 15, 2023

White Paper on the use of Artificial Intelligence in Trade
Artificial intelligence (AI) is an enabling technology impacting the global economy and international trade. Combined with business-process-oriented automation and more efficient data flow exchanges, AI further promises to lift barriers to international trade, stimulate growth in global electronic commerce and allow for better predictions and associations to inform policy decisions.

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