Sergei Mozer РУССКИЙ On September 20, 2023, the XIV International Scientific and Practical Conference «Russian Customs Academy: integration of science and practice in the field of customs» was held at the Russian Customs Academy.Читать далее
In collaboration with the National Customs Service of Chile, the WCO will host the third Global Origin Conference in Santiago, Chile, from 8 to 9 November 2023.
Regional integration continues to be a driving force for the Global Supply Chain, and rules of origin remain a prominent feature of today’s international trading system. In the context of the various regional trade agreements already in force or being negotiated around the world, rules of origin enable the implementation of preferential agreements and impact on the flows of trade and investments.
On 8 November, CAREC members together with the private sector, development partners, and research institutions launched the CAREC Digital Trade Forum, a knowledge platform for sharing good practices, effective policies, and innovative ideas to achieve the CAREC countries’ digital trade potential. Director General Yu Benlin from the Ministry of Commerce of the People’s Republic of China shared new trends and technologies for transforming trade. ADB’s M. Teresa Kho, Director General for East Asia Department encouraged the CAREC countries to take full advantage of digital solutions to deepen regional cooperation in pursuit of the CAREC Integrated Trade Agenda 2030, while Yevgeniy Zhukov, Director General for Central and West Asia Department shared how the CAREC Digital Strategy 2030 can accelerate digital transformation in achieving regional competitiveness, inclusive growth, and sustainable recovery for CAREC members.
From 10 to 12 October 2023, the WCO Customs Technology Conference will be held in Hanoi, Vietnam.
Under the theme “Embracing the Digital Age: Leveraging Technology, Fostering Innovation, and Nurturing the Next Generation of Customs Professionals”, the 2023 WCO Technology Conference is aimed at exploring how innovation and technology can support Customs in performing its functions of trade facilitation, protection of society and revenue collection, while placing people at the heart of the digital transformation process.
A joint international conference of the World Customs Organization (WCO) and the Universal Postal Union (UPU) on the topic «Challenges and opportunities for cross-border e-commerce through Customs and Postal cooperation» will be held in Tokyo, Japan from June 6 to 8, 2023.
We recently brought to your attention that on April 18-21, 2023 in Minsk, on the sidelines of the 29th International Specialized Forum on Telecommunications, Information and Banking Technologies «TIBO-2023», with the support of the Eurasian Economic Commission, the V Eurasian Digital Forum «EADF-2023» will be held.
On June 6-8, 2023 the conference is jointly organized by the WCO and the UPU, hosted by the Japan Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications, Japan Customs and Japan Post, under the theme “Challenges and opportunities for cross-border e-commerce through Customs and Postal cooperation” as a first significant and symbolic step under the new Agreement. Japan has also shared its willingness to host the event to contribute to promoting cooperation between Customs and Designated Operators (DOs) at international and national levels.
On April 4, 2023, a round table was held at the Rostov branch of the Russian Customs Academy on the topic: “Development of economic cooperation between regions and prospects for the formation of a single economic space with the participation of new subjects of the Russian Federation (on the example of specific subjects)”. The round table was organized and held by the Department of Economic Theory and International Economic Relations of the Rostov Branch of the Russian Customs Academy,