The Implication of Customs Modernization on Export Competitiveness in China
In: Impact of Trade Facilitation on Export Competitiveness: a Regional Perspective
AbstractThe present study, based on the experiences of China Customs, aims to identify good practices in enhancing export competitiveness through customs modernization. The paper examines the link between customs operations and export competitiveness, reviews overall principles and patterns for customs modernization, and proposes relevant models. It then examines the modernization of China Customs, including its objective, strategy, major initiatives and measures, as well as the overall impact of a modernized customs on export expansion.
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