Such cooperation and coordination may include: 4.4 Each Member shall base risk management on a risk assessment based on appropriate selectivity criteria. Those selectivity criteria may include, inter alia, the Harmonised System code, the nature and description of the goods, the country of origin, the country of origin from which the goods were dispatched, the value of the goods, the proof of conformity of the economic operators and the mode of transport. The WTO Trade Facilitation Agreement (TFA) entered into force on 22 February 2017. It is the result of the Doha Round of trade negotiations, which began in 2001. The text of the TFA was adopted by WTO members at the 9th Ministerial Conference held in Bali from 3 to 6 December 2013. The Agreement has entered into force in accordance with Article X(3) of the WTO Agreement and Members must individually accept the amendment to the WTO Agreement by adopting a Decision on 27 Filing of the declaration of acceptance of the Minutes of Amendment adopted on 22 November 2014. An updated list of members that have adopted the Protocol is available on the WTO website. Through the Trade Facilitation Agreement, WTO Members (a) intend to be adopted and/or implemented with a view to the rapid provision and clearance of goods, including perishable goods; 12.2 Nothing in this Article shall be construed to modify or alter the rights or obligations of a Member under such bilateral, plurilateral or regional agreements, or to regulate the exchange of customs information and data under such other agreements. Each Member shall establish and/or maintain a National Committee for Trade Facilitation or designate an existing mechanism that facilitates both national coordination and the implementation of the provisions of this Agreement. . . .