The OCO work plan 2022-2025 includes a program to ensure Customs agencies are set up to facilitate e-commerce across the Pacific, with revenue and community protection elements in place and partnerships with Post offices supported by technology.
E-commerce Facilitation for Customs Agencies
About the Program
Start and End Date
Government and Private Sector
Australia, New Zealand, European Union
Irma Daphney Stone
Acting Head of Secretariat
- Number of OCO members to adopt the WCO Framework of Standards for Cross Border E-Commerce
- Number of OCO members to ratify the UNESCAP Framework Agreement on Facilitation of Cross-Border Paperless Trade in Asia and the Pacific
PA3. Trade Logistics and Trade Facilitation
- 3.1. Trade procedures relevant to cross-border E-commerce are digitized and harmonized across FICs
Individual Project Under the Program
There are no projects attached to this program.