In this issue :areas of work identified by Members as a priority, work accomplished from July 2017 to June 2018, “Blockchain” and its application within the Customs and trade environments, assessment of trade facilitation policies, simplification of export processes, and much more.
In this issue : a special dossier on the theme chosen by the WCO for 2018 with articles presenting initiatives and related projects that contribute to creating such a secure business environment. The articles touch on authorized economic operators, national committees on trade facilitation, coordinated border management, performance measurement, e-commerce, data analysis, and partnerships with the private sector. Other highlights include articles on Customs systems interconnectivity in SACU on the experience of a young Nigerian Customs officer who participated in the Strategic Management and Intellectual Property Rights Programme at Tokyo’s Aoyama Gakuin University, on how the WCO West and Central Africa region is using data to monitor Customs modernization.
In this issue: a special dossier on the use of collective action to fight corruption and how it can apply in the Customs context, the WCO Mercator Programme, the implementation of a new standard to ensure that men and women receive equal pay for equal work, enhanced control of light aviation in West Africa, the use of basic mathematics to fight corruption and bad practices, and much more
In this issue: a special dossier on data analysis by Customs for more effective border management, spotlight on environmental issues, emerging technologies and how they can transform border management, modernizing human resource management, and much more
In this issue: Outcomes of the WCO Study Report on Customs Brokers, Cameroon's experience concerning licensed Customs brokers, Assessing Single Window performance, Global warming, international trade, and the quantification of carbon emissions.
In this issue: Illegal wildlife trade: an outline of the problems facing Peru, Singapore's 'whole-of-government' approach for coordinated border management, Tobacco control, international trade, and public health, Sri Lanka Customs' response to a natural disaster, and much more
In this issue: Operation Cosmo targets strategic goods, Mexico launches new strategy to combat informality, Collaboration between the UK and the US crushes trade fraud, What coordinated border management means for Canada, and much more