Sergei Mozer РУССКИЙ On February 25, the St. Petersburg Branch of the Russian Customs Academy hosted the International Scientific and Practical Conference «Actual Issues of the World Economy and International Trade». Читать далее
The latest version of the Coordinated Border Management (CBM) Compendium contains a number of new features and aims to comprehensively support Customs administrations, Cross-Border Regulatory Agencies (CBRAs) and international organizations in strengthening implementation of CBM in various fields. The concept of CBM has existed for many years and refers to a coordinated approach by border control agencies, both domestic and international, in the context of seeking greater efficiencies in managing trade and travel flows, while maintaining a balance with compliance requirements.
Issue 9 (October 2020)
TABLE Of CONTENTS
3 Annual study: External datasets for customs
5 Training survey outcomes and next steps
7 Latest outcomes with PET-1
The XII International Scientific and Practical Conference «Prospects for the development of customs in terms of deepening Eurasian integration» was held online in the Russian Customs Academy on October 22-23, 2020.
2019 in the scientific aspect was devoted to the formation of the Institute of Digital (Electronic Customs) at the World Customs Organization. All scientific-research materials are available in the domain “Russian Customs Academy: SCIENCE”. We hope this brings to popularization of the WCO and helps students, graduate students, as well as experts of Customs Administrations in studying the features of the functioning of the World Customs Organization. It is worth emphasizing that the WCO is a leading international organization, within the framework of which the modern instrument, tools of customs regulation and trade facilitation are developed.