In other words, developing countries that ratify the TFA in August 2019, for example, must submit their category A, B and C names, as well as final implementation data and information on technical assistance and necessary capacity building (TACB). These developing countries will not be able to provide the first indicative data to convert them into final data after one year, since the deadlines have already elapsed. It is estimated that full implementation of the TFA could reduce trade costs by an average of 14.3 percent and increase global trade by $1 trillion a year, with the biggest profits being recorded in the poorest countries. For the first time in the history of the WTO, the requirement to implement the agreement is directly linked to the country`s ability to do so. .