The Korean Customs Service is hosting an international conference in Seoul called Korea Customs Week 2023. The theme of the event is global cooperation and digital customs. Customs authorities from 75 countries, along with 600 domestic and overseas entrepreneurs and officials, including the World Trade Organization and the World Customs Organization, will attend the conference. The aim of the conference is to foster international customs collaboration, to build a safe global economy for trade, and to discuss ways to incorporate new technologies into customs administration with recent artificial intelligence and big data trends. The conference will also encourage multilateral agreements on the role of customs authorities to revitalize trade and resolve overseas customs difficulties on non-tariff barriers through business meetings. Specific programs include a custom leaders roundtable, a seminar on global tariff issues, a one-on-one business meeting, and a customs technology exhibition. The conference is possible thanks to the international community’s high evaluation of KCS and its technology, with Korea’s active role in attracting all four regional affiliates of the WCO.
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