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The customs bodies are to become the one stop-shops for presentation of data on the foreign trade, says Vladimir Goshin

The customs bodies are to become the one stop-shops for presentation of data on the foreign trade, says Vladimir Goshin

4/1/2013

Member of the Board (Minister) for Customs Cooperation to the Eurasian Economic Commission Vladimir Goshin visited the Customs Office Privolzhskoye on the 27-29 of March.

During his visit Vladimir Goshin got acquainted with work of the Customs Office Privolzhskoye, with last implementations on quality system development, innovations in monitoring and control systems for the customs operations in the region, as well as with the electronic workflow. He also visited the regional data processing center.

Apart from this, the Member of the Board (Minister) for Customs Cooperation took part in the meeting of the Social and Advisory Board on Interaction with the Foreign Trade participants. In his report he noted, that a whole new level in the customs regulation would be possible only if they worked closely with the foreign trade participants in a constructive way. The Minister also touched upon the question of the one sto-shop principle.

“All data for foreign trade activities should be supplied only once, and they also must be accessible for all within their sphere of competence. Customs bodies should become such one stop-shops. The data in customs declaration are sufficient for 95% for issuance of licenses and other consent documents,” Vladimir Goshin highlighted.