The World Customs Organisation has welcomed the entry into force of the WTO Trade Facilitation Agreement which may be particularly relevant to post Brexit Northern Ireland along with other customs facilitation agreements like the UNECE eTIR Project / TIR convention
— UNECE (@UNECE) August 9, 2016
The WTO TFA states:
‘Each Member shall ensure that its authorities and agencies responsible for border controls and procedures dealing with the importation, exportation, and transit of goods cooperate with one another and coordinate their activities in order to facilitate trade.
‘Each Member shall, to the extent possible and practicable, cooperate on mutually agreed terms with other Members with whom it shares a common border with a view to coordinating procedures at border crossings to facilitate cross-border trade.’
— WCO_OMD (@WCO_OMD) March 6, 2017
— WCO_OMD (@WCO_OMD) March 9, 2017
Particularly relevant will be the new digital provisions.
— WTO (@wto) March 11, 2017