Costa Rica Hosts Customs Brokers Forum

The fourth annual meeting of the Association for Customs Academic Research and Development will be held starting today to September 30.

Monday, September 28, 2009

250 people are expected to participate in the meeting, which will take place at Hotel San José Palacio.

"This forum is intended for high ranking customs executives, investigators from universities and institutions engaged in customs research, and representatives of international organizations", explained newspaper Prensa Libre.

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Illegal Customs Charges in El Salvador

January 2016

Businessmen are complaining about erroneous charges being levied by Customs on exempted companies, courier shipments or cargo that does not even reach the borders.

The incorrect application of the new rules on the charge of $18 which applies in Salvadoran customs offices for the use of X-rays starting from 1 January 2016, is causing problems and provoked a reaction by seven private sector unions that form the Intergremial Commission for Trade Facilitation (Cifacil).

Guatemala and Honduras: Customs Offices Which Avoid El Salvador

January 2014

The authorities at customs offices in Guatemala and Honduras have opened new routes for regional transit of goods between the two countries.

The aim of the opening of new routes at the borders between the two countries, in El Florido and Agua Caliente, is to streamline regional trade which has been blocked because of the protests over the application of a fee of $18 in Salvadoran customs offices for X-ray inspection of trucks.

Customs Costs in International Trade

November 2013

The World Trade Organization aims to reduce by half the costs added to products as they pass through customs offices.

An article in Elfinancierocr.com reports that "... all WTO members recognize that progress can be made in cutting costs associated with inefficiencies in order to make trade more efficient."

Customs Congress Begins in Panama

December 2011

Experts from the World Customs Organization (WCO) will gather today, December 9, in Panama to discuss counterfeiting and piracy.

In the meeting, in which twelve countries of the region are participating, new routes identified for the transit of counterfeit goods and new methods used to counterfeit products will be publicised.

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