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000260374 037__ $$a1753-2017-1203
000260374 041__ $$aeng
000260374 245__ $$aThe World Trade Organization’s Trade Facilitation Agreement and Post-Clearance Audit – What Are the Benefits and Challenges?
000260374 260__ $$c2017
000260374 269__ $$a2017-07-01
000260374 336__ $$aJournal Article
000260374 520__ $$aThe World Trade Organization Trade Facilitation Agreement (WTO TFA) has been ratified by the requisite two-thirds majority of WTO member states. Consequently all member states are now bound to implement the reforms covered by the agreement. The WTO TFA requires among its provisions the implementation of a post-clearance audit function in customs organizations which is risk-based. International implementation of post-clearance audits has not been uniform amongst revenue and border management administrations, and the WTO TFA creates an opportunity for greater rigour internationally in the approach to post-clearance audit.
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000260374 546__ $$aEnglish
000260374 6531_ $$aborder management
000260374 6531_ $$acustoms
000260374 6531_ $$apost-clearance audit
000260374 6531_ $$arevenue administration
000260374 6531_ $$atrade
000260374 6531_ $$aWTO Trade Facilitation Agreement
000260374 700__ $$aClark, Jim
000260374 773__ $$jVolume 18$$kNumber 1$$o62$$q50$$tEstey Journal of International Law and Trade Policy
000260374 8560_ $$fwilliam.kerr@usask.ca
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