N° 8. International trade single window. Requirements for a successful implementation in Latin America
Elorza, Juan Carlos
This document describes the advantages of a International Trade Single Window as it has been implemented in Latin America and the factors that are indispensable for making it function. These include: political will, an efficient operating model, institutional coordination, an appropriate legal framework, and determining the proper technical support. In addition, there are cases of the successful implementation of an SW and how they are turned into a highly beneficial tool for the development of foreign trade.
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