China rolls out measures to facilitate customs clearance

Li Xia BEIJING, July 3 (Xinhua) — China has adopted 10 concrete measures to streamline customs clearance by cutting time and improving work efficiency, according to the General Administration of Customs Wednesday. Those measures are mainly targeted at further simplifying documentations, optimizing clearance processes to raise efficiency, enhancing port informatization and lowering port charges, said…

Israel, Hong Kong Agree to Ease Export-Import Process

Omri Milman June 30, 2019 Israel has signed a new agreement with Hong Kong, intended to ease customs clearance regulations for export and import between the two. The agreement was signed during the weekend at an annual event of the World Customs Organization in Brussels. According to the agreement, authorized economic operators (AEOs)—goods movers approved…

New face of Ukrainian customs

Anna Bredikhina June 29, 2019 The new customs chief has been appointed. It’s former first deputy minister of economic development and trade, Maksym Nefyodov. A young official with a reputation of a reformer announced large-scale changes to turn customs into a European-style body without corruption and with full digitalization of control routine. Revolutionary changes are…

Customs arrangements with Singapore and Canada

Friday, 28 June 2019, 12:49 pmPress Release: New Zealand Government Hon Jenny SalesaMinister of Customs 28 June 2019 PĀNUI PĀPĀHOMEDIA STATEMENT Customs arrangements with Singapore and Canada to benefit New Zealand traders Minister of Customs Jenny Salesa has welcomed new customs arrangements between New Zealand, Singapore and Canada that will streamline trade and benefit traders. The…