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Новинарска статия28 октомври 2020Генерална дирекция „Данъчно облагане и митнически съюз“

Commission proposes new “Single Window” to modernise and streamline customs controls, facilitate trade and improve cooperation

On 28 October, the European Commission proposed a new initiative that will make it easier for different authorities involved in goods clearance to exchange electronic information submitted by traders.

On 28 October, the European Commission proposed a new initiative that will make it easier for different authorities involved in goods clearance to exchange electronic information submitted by traders. The “EU Single Window Environment for Customs” aims to enhance cooperation and coordination between different authorities, in order to facilitate the automatic verification of non-customs formalities for goods entering or leaving the EU.

The Single Window aims to digitalise and streamline processes, so that businesses will ultimately no longer have to submit documents to several authorities through different portals. Today’s proposal is the first concrete deliverable of the recently adopted action plan on taking the Customs Union to the next level. It launches an ambitious project to modernise border controls over the coming decade, in order to facilitate trade, improve safety and compliance checks, and reduce the administrative burden for companies.

For more information:EU Single Window webpage

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Дата на публикуване
28 октомври 2020
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Генерална дирекция „Данъчно облагане и митнически съюз“