This book provides border management policymakers and reformers with a broad survey of key developments in and principles for improving trade facilitation through better border management, including practical advice on particular issues. In contrast to the traditional border management reform agenda, with its focus on improving customs operations, this book addresses both customs reform and areas well beyond customs - a significant broadening of scope. This book thus presents a new, more comprehensive approach to trade facilitation through border management reform: an approach that embraces a much wider, "whole of government" perspective.
|Place of Publication||Washington, DC|
|Number of pages||400|
|Publication status||Published - 2010|