New Issue of the World Customs Journal (Vol.16 No.1 – March 2022) Published

The latest issue of the World Customs Journal (Vol.16 No.1 – March 2022) has been published.

In this WCJ edition we present a series of academic contributions that address a broad range of topical subjects including tobacco excise, blockchain technology, compensation in reverse supply chains, non-preferential rules of origin, the treatment of goods and services in WTO law, SME trade benefits, and the impact of customs on the cost of trade.

This edition also includes several articles that showcase the inaugural Women’s Professional Development Program that was jointly sponsored by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, the World Customs Organization and Australian Border Force. These provide thought-provoking insights into the principles, benefits and outputs of this innovative program that is designed to strengthen the leadership skills of women customs officers and build their international networks in the male-dominated field of containerised cargo control.

INCU members can now access and download it in the members-only area of our website.

The WCJ Vol.15 No.2 (September 2021) is now available online for public access on the WCJ website, while INCU members have been able to access this edition in the members-only area of our website since its release.