Customs Economic Operator Certification in Honduras

The Customs Economic Operator project seeks to facilitate a safe way for customs clearance for imports and exports.

Friday, April 26, 2013

From a press release issued by the Executive Directorate of Revenue (DEI):

The advances in the Customs Economic Operator project (OAE by its initials in Spanish) to safely facilitate clearance of goods at regional and global level by Honduran private companies, were presented by the Executive Directorate of Revenue (DEI), in a workshop entitled "Developing a competitive advantage in today's market through public-private dialogue. "

At the conference under the auspices of the Honduran Council of Private Enterprise (Cohep), the U.S. Embassy in Tegucigalpa and the DEI, the heads of the three institutions took part: Aline Flores, Ambassador Lisa Kubiske and Mario Lopez Stainer, respectively, and as the coordinator of the National Anti-Corruption Council (CNA by its initials in Spanish), Dulce Maria Zavala, as well as representatives from businesses, other government agencies and special guests.

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