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Customs leaders from the Asia/Pacific and Americas/Caribbean regions gather together in Panama for a historical partnership dialogue

Published by World Customs Organization (WCO) Customs leaders of more than 50 administrations from the Asia/Pacific and Americas/Caribbean regions convened a partnership dialogue in Panama City, Panama from 4 to 5 April 2013 in cooperation with the Asian Development Bank (ADB), the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) and the World Customs Organization (WCO)

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Operador Económico Autorizado Estrategias de las aduanas americanas

Published by La Nueva Provincia La idea de los responsables de todas las aduanas del continente es contar con un sello de calidad. Once aduanas de América pusieron en marcha, y seis están en proceso de adoptar, el Operador Económico Autorizado (OEA), una especie de sello de calidad que permitirá aumentar el comercio global, informó la Autoridad Mundial de Aduanas (OMA).

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Directores de Aduanas aprueban plan para agilizar comercio en las Américas

Published by La Prensa Los directores de Aduanas de América y el Caribe aprobaron reglamentar la certificación del Operador Económico Autorizado (OEA), que permitirá un mayor desarrollo del comercio exterior en la región, informó este martes el vicepresidente de la Organización Mundial de Aduanas (OMA),

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Trade Facilitation Measures Recommended for DR-CAFTA Region

A report prepared with the help of two Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg professionals has identified a number of steps that should be taken to further facilitate trade in the DR-CAFTA region. The report states that lowering barriers such as inefficient customs procedures, redundant paperwork, and a lack of adequate infrastructure and technological capabilities can be a significant tool for boosting trade flows and economic growth and development.

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OECD Trade Facilitation Indicators: Transforming Borders Bottlenecks into Global Gateways

Published by OECD International trade is the engine of the global economy. More people, goods and services are crossing borders than ever before. But trade is changing – today, products and the services that go with them are made from parts that are sourced from all over the world.

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Experts discuss the role of organized crime in the production and trade of fraudulent medicines

Published by UNODC A high-level conference opened today in Vienna, Austria, on the illicit trafficking of fraudulent medicines – a form of transnational organized crime which threatens public safety. Fraudulent medicines have proven to be harmful and at times fatal, as well as an increasingly lucrative area for organized criminal networks.

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Amazon’s Holiday Run Helps Put UPS in Prime Position

Published by Bloomberg Businessweek Yeah, I’ll admit it: Not only do I read the Economist, I look forward to my weekly copy. It makes me look and feel smart, all that erudition and high-concept cheek, and no one writes a better obit. I imagine a bunch of Economist editors who look like Alistair Cooke teaching me SAT-busting words like “corpulent” and “eldritch.”

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