Рубрика: WCO

New E-learning Course on WCO SAFE Framework of Standards

The World Customs Organization (WCO) Secretariat has released a new e-learning course on the WCO SAFE Framework of Standards. Based on the 2018 version of the SAFE, this course will give the participants a comprehensive overview of the three Pillars of the Framework and a deep understanding of underlying concepts, as well as the benefits of its implementation for Governments, Customs and the Trade community. A specific part is devoted to the concept of the Authorized Economic Operator Programme and associated processes.

WCO publishes Handbook on Data Analysis

Today, 4 December 2018, sees the publication by the WCO of a “Handbook on Data Analysis” aimed at presenting an overview of data analytics and, more specifically, what it is, how it works, and how useful it may be to Customs and other governmental agencies. 

WCO and EAC celebrate EAC Regional AEO Programme success

Back in 2014, the World Customs Organization (WCO), the East African Community (EAC) Secretariat and five Customs administrations from the EAC region (Burundi, Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania and Uganda) embarked on a five-year partnership to support the effective design and roll-out of the EAC Regional AEO Programme.  The partnership came to be known as the WCO-EAC CREATe Project and benefitted from the generous financial support of the Government of Sweden.

Improvement of instruments of customs administration: international and legal aspect (The Revised Kyoto Convention Management Committee)

In October 2018, it has been published a monograph «Improvement of instruments of customs administration: international and legal aspect (The Revised Kyoto Convention Management Committee)». The authors of the monograph are Mukai Kadyrkulov, Member of the Board (Minister) for Customs Cooperation of the Eurasian Economic Commission, and  Sergei Mozer, Deputy Head of Division of Advanced Customs Technologies, Department of Customs Legislation of the Eurasian Economic Commission.

The WCO releases the 2017 Illicit Trade Report

The World Customs Organization (WCO) released today the 2017 Illicit Trade Report, the annual publication in which the Organization tries to quantify and map the situation concerning illicit markets in the following six key areas: Cultural Heritage; Drugs; Environment; IPR,…