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Trade Facilitation through Customs Procedures: Assessment of APEC’s Progress

Trade Facilitation through Customs Procedures: Assessment of APECâs Progress

PUBLICATION NUMBER
APEC#211-SE-01.10
YEAR
2011
PUBLISHED DATE
November 2011
TYPE OF PUBLICATION
Reports
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PAGES
84
ACCESSED
18333

 

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

1. BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY

2. ASSESSING THE ACTIONS & MEASURES ON CUSTOMS PROCEDURES

3. TIME RELEASE SURVEY OF GOODS

4. APEC FRAMEWORK BASED ON WCO SAFE FRAMEWORK

5. SIMPLIFICATION & HARMONIZATION OF CUSTOMS PROCEDURES

6. PAPERLESS AND/OR AUTOMATION OF TRADE-RELATED PROCEDURES

7. FINDINGS, CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS

8. REFERENCES

LISTS OF ANNEXES



Description

The study, conducted for the Sub-Committee on Customs Procedures (SCCP), found that significant progress has been made by the APEC member economies in implementing Time Release Surveys (TRS), increasing the number of Approved Economic Operators (AEO) in the region, and increasing the share of customs declarations handled electronically through the automation of trade-related procedures. It also found that there has been a significant reduction across APEC in the amount of time spent by exporters and importers to complete customs procedures at or near the border.




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INDIVIDUAL FILES

Individual Files

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

1. BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY

2. ASSESSING THE ACTIONS & MEASURES ON CUSTOMS PROCEDURES

3. TIME RELEASE SURVEY OF GOODS

4. APEC FRAMEWORK BASED ON WCO SAFE FRAMEWORK

5. SIMPLIFICATION & HARMONIZATION OF CUSTOMS PROCEDURES

6. PAPERLESS AND/OR AUTOMATION OF TRADE-RELATED PROCEDURES

7. FINDINGS, CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS

8. REFERENCES

LISTS OF ANNEXES


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Description

The study, conducted for the Sub-Committee on Customs Procedures (SCCP), found that significant progress has been made by the APEC member economies in implementing Time Release Surveys (TRS), increasing the number of Approved Economic Operators (AEO) in the region, and increasing the share of customs declarations handled electronically through the automation of trade-related procedures. It also found that there has been a significant reduction across APEC in the amount of time spent by exporters and importers to complete customs procedures at or near the border.

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File size: 1164.67KB


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