Border Crossing Monitoring Along the Northern Corridor

Publisher:
World Bank
Publication Date:
14 April 2013
Tags:
Industry and Infrastructure, Trade

2013-Promoting better coordination among border agencies, introducing mandatorypre-arrival customs declaration forms, and establishing an enabling IT system are some of the steps to take forimproving efficiency of border crossing in Africa and for lowering the cost of doing business, finds a study justreleased by the Africa Transport Policy Program (SSATP).


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