The Revised Kyoto Convention (CQR) is the starting point for modern and efficient customs regimes in the 19th century. XXI. Along with various international conventions and other instruments designed to harmonize and simplify the customs regime, the CQR plays a key role in defining basic principles for all customs regimes and customs practices.
The CQR is built on simplified and harmonized customs regimes, supported by predictability, transparency, partnership, risk management, maximum use of information technologies and other modern customs techniques.
This course outlines the fundamental elements of the CQR and the benefits derived from adopting these provisions in the context of customs modernization.