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WCO PRINCIPLES FOR MODERN CUSTOMS PROCEDURES . SELECTIVITYAUDIT BASED CONTROLSAUTHORIZED TRADERSSIMPLIFIED PROCEDURESCOMPLIANCE MEASUREMENTCUSTOMS TRADE CO-OPERATION. WORLD CUSTOMS ORGANIZATION. WCO RESPONSE TO PRINCIPLES. The main trade facilitation instrument is the Revised Kyoto Convention which contains these principles and is considered the blueprint for modern Customs processes.
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1. The Revised Kyoto Convention Allen Bruford Deputy Director

2. WCO PRINCIPLES FOR MODERN CUSTOMS PROCEDURES SELECTIVITY AUDIT BASED CONTROLS AUTHORIZED TRADERS SIMPLIFIED PROCEDURES COMPLIANCE MEASUREMENT CUSTOMS TRADE CO-OPERATION

3. WCO RESPONSE TO PRINCIPLES The main trade facilitation instrument is the Revised Kyoto Convention which contains these principles and is considered the blueprint for modern Customs processes

11. Basically, the 1973 Convention had never been reviewed since its entering into force ? major changes in the IT world had occurred and Customs was beginning to embrace the concept of Risk Management ? these were not reflected in the original convention. Also some of the wording and minor concepts needed updating. Having said that, it is interesting to note that when you compare the provisions of original and revised, at least 80% of original still remains.Basically, the 1973 Convention had never been reviewed since its entering into force ? major changes in the IT world had occurred and Customs was beginning to embrace the concept of Risk Management ? these were not reflected in the original convention. Also some of the wording and minor concepts needed updating. Having said that, it is interesting to note that when you compare the provisions of original and revised, at least 80% of original still remains.

12. Structure and Content (Revised Kyoto Convention) Legal provisions covering core Customs functions (import, export, transit and other procedures) Detailed implementation guidelines for all legal provisions Methods of application and best practices Constantly updated

14. Transparency and predictability -Rules for providing information -Clear and transparent appeal procedures (Customs, independent authority, courts) Standardization and simplification of goods declaration and supporting documents - Minimum data requirements - Submission by electronic means - Customs Data Model (supporting initiative) Key Principles of RKC (I) slides 5 and 6 slides 5 and 6

15. ?Fast track? procedures for authorized persons with good compliance records - Release of goods with minimum information to identify goods (with later declaration) Maximum use of information technology - Use of international standards - Consultation of all relevant parties when introducing computer applications - electronic commerce methods as an alternative to paper-based requirements Key Principles of RKC (II)

16. Key Principles of RKC (III) Minimum necessary control to ensure compliance Risk management - Identify high risk consignments based on risk analysis (intelligence) - Shift from all documentary, physical check to targeted check - Facilitation of legitimate trade while maintaining effective control - Effective and efficient deployment of Customs resources

17. Audit based controls - Post clearance audit Coordinated intervention - Inspection with other border agencies - ?Single window? concept Partnership with the trade - Formal consultative relationships - Information dissemination -Memoranda of Understanding (MOU) Key Principles of RKC (IV)

18. Key Principles of RKC (V) Pre-arrival Processing Prior lodgement and registration of the Goods declaration and supporting documents Prior lodgement of cargo declaration Pre-arrival information drives risk management and allows for speedy release

20. Benefits of the Revised Kyoto

21. Benefits to the National Economy Reduced transaction costs and avoidance of delays in the release and clearance process Increased economic competitiveness Attract foreign direct investment and promote the development of industry Increase the participation of small and medium-sized enterprises Lower costs to consumers Increase national revenue

22. Benefits to the Trade Community Faster, predictable and efficient Customs clearance Transparent procedures and transparent appeals procedure Greater facilitation for compliant traders Lower business costs Enhanced competitiveness Use of information technology

23. Benefits to Customs administrations Enhanced Customs control Increased trade facilitation More effective and efficient deployment of Customs resources Reduced integrity problem Supply chain security and facilitation


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