Doing Business 2018: Reforming to Create Jobs, a World Bank Group flagship publication, measures the regulations -including AEO programs- that enhance business activity and those that constrain it. Read the Report >>
UNCTAD has released The Review of Maritime Transport 2017. This flagship report presents key developments in the world economy and international trade and related impacts on shipping demand and supply, and freight and charter markets in 2016 and early 2017, as well as seaports and the regulatory and legal framework. In addition, this year’s Review features a special chapter on maritime transport connectivity, reflecting the prominence of physical and electronic connectivity as a priority area in the trade and development policy agenda. Access to the report >>
XVI Customs Forum, in Cádiz, Spain, 4-7 October 2018
The General Council of Customs Agents of Spain has chosen the city of Cádiz for the celebration of its ‘XVI Customs Forum’, which will take place from October 4 to 7.
The event, which will bring together customs agents from all over Spain and national and international speakers, will allow an in-depth analysis of the challenges facing the sector today.
The International Association AEO Customs and Logistics supports and sponsors this event.
Enrique Canón, Chairman of the WCO Council and General Director of Uruguay Customs, shares his views on the AEO.
7 June, 2018