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APA – Dakar (Senegal) The Director General of Senegal’s Customs, Papa Ousmane Gueye has exhorted the 18 member countries of the African Alliance for Electronic Commerce (AACE) to work towards establishing a single trade mechanism to save time in expediting business activities. “The AACE projects will in the long run contribute to the dematerialization of procedures and enable the further fluidity of the trade exchange in the continent. “Therefore, I urge leaders of the AACE to set up a mechanism towards a single desk. This will further make the customs procedures easier” Senegal’s customs boss suggested. Papa Ousmane Gueye opened the […]
APA- Dakar (Senegal) Over 400 delegates from 180 member countries of the World Customs Organization (WCO), will converge on the Senegalese capital Dakar between 1 and 3 June to participate in a conference and exhibition on Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs). Its organizers said in a statement to APA on Tuesday that the gathering offers a platform for exchange, reflection and information on all ICT issues dealing with the Customs component of international trade. It is being envisaged that through the course of the meeting public and private structures will expose participants to the tools and technological choices that can […]
APA Dakar (Senegal)- Officials of Senegal’s Economic Interest Group, GAINDE 2000 which is operating the single Window for customs operation in Senegal, met a visiting delegation of the Japanese organization NTTDATA, which is dedicated to the electronic processing of air and maritime freight. “This delegation came to inquire about the experience of the GAINDE 2000 dematerialization procedures and Single Window platform. We interacted with officials of the NTTDATA in several IT conference after which their interest in the African market was aroused,” the General Manager of GAINDE 2000, Ibrahima Nour Eddine DIAGNE declared. They had an opportunity to visit GAINDE […]
Kenya inspires from the Senegalese experience Kenya’s Governmental Agency in charge of the E-Trade desires to adopt the paperless concept and the establishment of Single Window. GAINDE 2000 has brought to the government of Kenya a technical assistance since 2005. That collaboration allowed this country to improve substantially its customs incomes and to modernize its trade procedures formalities. To consolidate this partnership, a delegation of the board of directors of the Single Window’s Kenyan authority (Kentrade) Kenya’s Single Window operator began a visit in Senegal in order to inspire from the Senegalese experience about paperless and the establishment of Single […]