An analysis of import-export procedures and processes in China
This paper concludes taht the trade facilitation processes that exist in China seems comparatively efficient. The number of documents involved is large, but given information technology and the frequency of these procedures, this does not seem to be of concern to firms. However, the number of documents incrases that probalility of errors and so the rejection of an application.
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- Chen Wenjing & Li Wei, 2006. "An Evaluation of the Need and Cost of Selected Trade Facilitation Measures in China -- Implications for the WTO Negotiations on Trade Facilitation," ARTNeT Working Papers 5, .
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