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Reviews And Impact Of Virtual Single Window Customs Of Khuzestan Province In Facilitating Trade

This  is a research article by Ms. Maryam Faraji, the Masters of Art in Executive Management (EMBA) and the others. She is the Foreign Purchase Manager at Fanavaran Petrochemical Co. The article is published for use by the general public on this website and all its rights are reserved for the author / authors. To contact Ms. Faraji you may use the email address or Any use of this article is permitted only by mentioning the source.

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This study which entitled as" Reviews and impact of virtual single window customs of Khuzestan province in facilitating trade" were done, to identify how to facilitate foreign trade through the establishment of virtual single window customs and practices is a case study. The study examined seven key assumptions and includes increased speed of business services, performance services, increased ease of business services, security services, increasing the accuracy of commercial services, prevention and reduction of corruption and reduce non-tariff costs. Research population has 383 members and for data gathering questionnaire by 36 questions was used and finally data of 240 patients were evaluated.As a result, five hypotheses in order of priority, including increasing the speed of business services, reduce non tariff costs, increase accuracy, and increase the ease and efficiency of commercial services trade, the greatest impact on trade facilitation by establishing a virtual single window customs are in Khuzestan province

Keywords: window business, foreign trade, e-commerce, UN / CE-FACT



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