Customs Cooperation Council

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Customs Cooperation Council

Also called the CCC. An early name for the World Customs Organization.
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The conference will be headlined by a number of prominent global leaders and decision makers including Dr Anwar Mohammed Gargash, UAE Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, Raymond Benjamin, the secretary general of the International Organization of Civil Aviation (ICAO), Kunio Mikuriya, the secretary general of the World Customs Organization, John Scanlon, the secretary general of CITES, and Juma Al Ghaith, the executive director of Customs Development at Dubai Customs.
India has always been a proactive member of the World Customs Organization and a member of its policy commission.
Mirsal 2 is regarded as a a world leading customs applications suite built in compliance with World Customs Organization best practices and has adopted SOA in its design.
The World Customs Organization (WCO) said on Thursday it will continue its technical assistance for the Yemeni Customs Authority.
The World Customs Organization is moving toward an international framework for supply chain security and customs processing.
The World Customs Organization estimates that trade in fakes is worth seven per cent of the world's trade.
According to the World Customs Organization, damage resulting from copyright violations is estimated to exceed $600 billion a year in the world, or 7 percent of global trade.
The World Customs Organization, the European Union and the G8 support the security initiative's expansion, and have adopted resolutions implementing the program's security measures that have been introduced at ports throughout the world.
The "SST for Africa" project was co-announced recently by participants in Smart and Secure Tradelanes (SST), including the US Trade and Development Agency (USTDA), the World Customs Organization (WCO), SIMTAG (50 percent funded by the European Union), South African Port Operations (SAPO), the Namibian Port Authority (Namport), and MEATCO.
Since 1996, G8 summits have called for more effective and better coordinated action to combat international environmental crime, and Interpol, the World Customs Organization, and the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) have all begun to work on the issue--although since 11 September 2001, almost all law enforcement agencies have diverted attention away from issues such as environmental crime to focus more on terrorism.
Representatives of the World Customs Organization (WCO) began a three-day meeting in Tokyo on Tuesday to discuss the latest trends in smuggling and to report on the results of their antismuggling efforts.

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