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WTO Negotiations on Trade Facilitation: Prospects for Cutting Red Tape at the Borders and Opening Doors for Developing Countries

31 January 2007

International Trade Law Review
It is a basic principle that countries that have the most efficient customs and trade procedures have higher levels of exports and imports. As the frontline for the business and security of a country, a nation's customs administration has the opportunity to encourage predictable, safe and efficient commerce and investment, or it can inhibit commercial involvement altogether. What cannot be ignored is that customs and border agencies play a key role in the economic growth of countries.
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