1.1 Each member offers merchants and other interested parties, as far as possible and in accordance with its domestic law and legal order, the opportunity for traders and other interested parties to comment on the proposal to introduce or amend general laws and regulations with respect to trade, release and customs clearance, including goods in transit. 3. Members of developing countries and least developed countries seeking trade assistance and capacity-building assistance provide the committee with information on the contact points of the or offices responsible for coordinating and prioritizing this aid and assistance. 1.5 The Committee maintains close contacts with other international trade facilitation organizations, such as the WCO, in order to obtain the best possible recommendations for the implementation and management of the agreement and to avoid unnecessary duplication. To this end, the Committee may ask representatives of these organizations or their subsidiary bodies: 12.1 Non-prepretenty of this article, a member intends to conclude or maintain a bilateral, multilateral or regional agreement on the exchange or exchange of customs information and data, including on a safe and fast basis, for example, on an automatic basis. B or before the shipment arrives. The full text of the agreement can be found on the WTO website or in the attached document (pdf of the protocol and agreement). The agreement consists of three sections: Deferred Payment Document Alignment Electronic Payment of Customs and Taxes Before the Processing of the Publication Release of Time Facilitation of Trade TransitTransportation 1.1 Members agree that it is important to ensure that distributors are aware of their compliance obligations, promote voluntary compliance, so that importers can, in reasonable circumstances, correct themselves without penalty, and apply compliance measures to adopt stricter measures for non-compliant distributors. (14) Section III contains institutional and final provisions on relations with other WTO agreements, the post-entry membership process of the agreement, the WTO Trade Facilitation Committee and the establishment of national trade facilitation committees in all WTO members.
4.4 Each member is based on a risk assessment based on appropriate selectivity criteria. These selectivity criteria may include, among other things, the harmonized system code, the nature and designation of goods, the country of origin, the country of origin, the value of the goods, the registration of distributor compliance and the type of means of transport. The main part of the WCO implementation guidelines deals in more detail with Section I and contains, article by article, the legal text, an overview, WCO instruments and instruments, as well as other guidelines and member practices. In addition, the WCO analysis of Section I complements these guidelines with a more in-depth analysis of each of the articles they contain. Each member establishes a national trade facilitation committee and/or designates an existing mechanism to facilitate internal coordination and implementation of the provisions of this agreement.