ASEAN Regional Integration Support from the EU
The ASEAN Customs Transit System (ACTS) Partnership Building Event was held for the private sector stakeholders from Laos PDR on the 21 July 2022. This follows on from events organised for Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam and is the… Read More
ARISE Plus carried out a further workshop to finalise ASEAN Pharmaceutical Regulatory Framework (APRF) on 21 June 2022 to address the last remaining issues from the previous workshop held on 7th March 2022. The ASEAN experts representing the Pharmaceutical Product… Read More
ASEAN Health (Food Safety) Experts participated in a workshop on June 20th 2022 to review recommendations developed by ARISE Plus Experts to monitor the exposure of consumers to residues resulting from the use of pesticides on leafy vegetables. This event… Read More
Following Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam, the ASEAN Customs Transit System (ACTS) Outreach Event received a very warm welcome from the private sector stakeholders in Cambodia. A total of 58 participants were present during the two-and-a-half-hour event on 16th June… Read More
ARISE Plus is convening a series of outreach and training events across the region. The “ATR and ASSIST Outreach Event” for the Malaysian private sector was the seventh of these series. The objective of the ATR and ASSIST Outreach Events… Read More
ARISE Plus, funded by the European Union (EU), is determined to ensure no one gets left behind in its effort to engage and inform the private sector about the benefits of the ASEAN Customs Transit System (ACTS). Following successful events… Read More
ARISE Plus developed and delivered a training course to support ASEAN Health Officials in building capacity of Member States for Food Safety Risk communication, The four days training course was delivered virtually from 25-28 April 2022, with participation of more… Read More
Joint WG 2 – EWG-OA Workshop on the Development of an ASEAN Sectoral MRA for Certified Organic Agricultural Products was held from 9 to 10 September in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. The workshop followed a workshop of the EWG-OA held on 18-19… Read More
During the workshop, the participants deliberated on the process for establishing the maximum levels and initiate work on implementation. The first one and a half days (09.00 am, 4th September up to 12.00 noon 5th September 2019) to deliberate on the Maximum Use Level for Food Additives and the second one and a half days (0.00 pm 5th September to 5.00 pm 6th September 2019) to deliberate on the Maximum permissible levels of contaminants and toxins in food and feed.
The Sub-Regional Regional Workshop on ASEAN IMTS aims to further improve the IMTS data quality, focusing on issues related to cross-country exports and imports data comparability faced by CLMV and Thailand.
The specific objectives of the training are to enhance the capacity of trade statisticians to apply the most recent internationally a-greed recommendations on IMTS (IMTS 2010), to define best possible data sources, to set up or enforce collection systems, and to strengthen statistical production processes.