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The Global Express Association, representing the four largest integrated express carriers, DHL, FedEx, TNT and UPS, today praised the conclusion of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement. The agreement includes a series of commitments by members to streamline and modernize their border clearance operations, create a more certain environment for foreign investment, and ensure fair competition in their markets.

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Cross-border E-commerce Trade – Engine for Growth

Proposals for Reducing Supply Chain Barriers Position Paper by the Global Express Association (GEA)1 November 2014 Opportunities E-commerce ─ broadly defined as the use of the Internet as a platform for sales, sourcing, and exchange of market information ─ will play an increasingly important role in supporting global economic growth. According to the McKinsey Global Institute the share of e- commerce of total goods trade has grown from 3.0% in 2005 to 12.1% in 2012.2

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El 40 Aniversario del Convenio de Kyoto Revisado

Published by Global Express Association A principios de los años setenta, la Organización Mundial de Aduanas (por entonces todavía Consejo de Cooperación Aduanera) ya había establecido procedimientos aduaneros uniformes, armonizados y simplificados para generar beneficios sustanciales tanto para los medios comerciales como para los gobiernos.

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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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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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