WCO PSCG Presentation to Policy Commission June 2014. Participants in PSCG Meeting, 22 nd -23 rd June 2014. IBM ICC IFCBA IKEA IRU L Brands Microsoft Corporation Renault Nissan OPORA Russia Procomex SABMiller Samsung Electronics Company WSC. AAEI BASC Boeing Co.
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To inform, advise and support the Secretary General, WCO Policy Commission and WCO Member Administrations to enhance their effectiveness and efficiency from a private sector perspective.
Inform: to impart information
Advise: to recommend or suggest
Support: to give assistance
And where has it influenced, advised and supported…
Devices + Services
Print + Paper
PSCG Survey Question:
What activity/membership does your organization have in WCO regions?
The availability of
The need for
and respect for the
role of rights
Ensure that SMEs
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with tax laws
Centres of Excellence
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- ARTICLE 2: OPPORTUNITY TO COMMENT, INFORMATION BEFORE ENTRY INTO FORCE AND CONSULTATION
-ARTICLE 13: INSTITUTIONAL ARRANGEMENTS
CONTROL INTENDED FOR IMPORT
PSCG COMMENTARY ON DRAFT TERMS OF REFERENCE FOR THE PRIVATE SECTOR CONSULTATIVE GROUP
Original PSCG Terms of Reference: Drafted - September 2005
Revised - May 2014
Confirmed by the Council - [date of confirmation]
Private Sector Consultative Group
Chairperson : Member of private sector
Vice-Chairperson: Member of private sector
Established : 2005
Secretariat : WCO
Duration : Unspecified
The Private Sector Consultative Group (hereinafter referred to as the “PSCG”), is formed for the purpose of informing, advising and supporting the WCO Secretary General, the Policy Commission and any other standing bodies of the WCO as appropriate and WCO Members to enhance their effectiveness and efficiency from a private sector perspective and provide consultation as and when requested.
The scope of the PSCG is to inform, advise and provide support on new and evolving business strategies, practices and models as well as specific matters relating to trade facilitation, enhanced border and cargo supply chain security, Customs modernization and automation, capacity building, compliance assessment including valuation and classification issues, commercial enforcement and uniformity, international efforts to harmonize Customs practices and procedures, and strategic planning.
The PSCG is to play an important role in the presentation of views and perspectives as expressed by trade, and in this respect should be recognized as a primary resource for WCO Members.
6. Resources Required
The PSCG may meet at WCO Headquarters.