ICC and World Customs Organization Strengthen Partnership

USCIB’s affiliate the International Chamber of Commerce and the World Customs Organization (WCO) have signed a revised memorandum of understanding that sets out working activities between the two parties.

The signing took place as part of a two-day conference, entitled Open Day for Trade, hosted by WCO at its headquarters in Brussels. The aim of the event was to encourage the sharing of information, knowledge and experience between leaders and experts from both the customs and business communities.

The previous memorandum of understanding, signed in 1996 by WCO and ICC, launched cooperative efforts for promoting and supporting efficiency in customs control and facilitation.

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Staff Contact:   Megan Giblin

Director, Customs and Trade Facilitation
Tel: 202.371.9235

Megan Giblin manages USCIB’s work on customs policy, and provides support on trade and investment policy, handling issue management, policy development, and staff support for USCIB committees and working groups. Additionally, she serves as an International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) representative to the World Customs Organization’s Harmonized Systems Committee.
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