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3 BanksCustoms Air Carriers Importers Customs Brokers Exporters Licensing Agencies Air Ports Sea Ports Freight Forwarders Sea Carriers 3

4 BanksCustoms Air Carriers Importers Customs Brokers Exporters Licensing Agencies Air Ports Sea Ports Freight Forwarders Sea Carriers 4

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6 Importer Exporter Internet 1. Food and Drug Administration 2. Department of Fisheries 3. Department of Livestock Development 4. Department of Agriculture 5. Department of Foreign Trade 6. Customs Department 6

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9 UN/CEFACT Recommendation No. 33 – Establishing Single Window UN/CEFACT = United Nations Center for Trade Facilitation and e-Business Single Submission Single and Synchronous processing Single Decision-Making 9

10 Use of WCO Data Set as a reference, the target is to eventually resolve all identified gaps and deliver a universally accepted message data set Facilitate the migration from EDI for Customs or accelerate the adoption of ebXML based message specifications in Customs ICT infrastructure. Better positioned to support the ASW initiative from the business process definition, design and development activities and consultancy expertise in the formulation of technical specification. 10

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12 1999-2005 2004-2006 Initiate Electronic Govt Trade Documents Trade Declaration, Licenses Initiate National Single Window e-Logistics (Trade Declaration Trade Documents Certificates, Licenses) Initiate Cross Border Paperless Trading ASW Pilot Project between Thailand and Philippines ( Cept Form D and Export Information ) Regional Information Exchange Integration of ASEAN Single Window (ASEAN Members, and other Countries ) 2006-2008 2006 12

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14 To expedite and simplify information flow between government and trade To establish the viable, simplified, standardized and integrated environment for cargo clearance To reduce time and resources 14

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17 D2004-0000735 20040928 NICE APPAREL CO.,LTD. 500 SOI THANAKARN AKARNSONGKROH 10, NGARMWONGWAN ROAD, BANGKHEN NIKE SALES MALAYSIA SDN BHD (198708-M) LEVEL 3,UPTOWN 1 1 JALAN SS21/58 DAMANSARA UPTOWN 47400 PETALING JAYA SELANGOR MY 620462000 1914.00 USD 0 20040930 69.80 17

18 - EXP - THAI SULPHITES AND CHEMICALS CO.,LTD. Ratchada Rd. Samsannai Payathai Bangkok 10400 - CL04-444-44444-44 SOMSRI - MA00-505-55555-05 SOMCHAY - RATANA THIDA 2006-02-20 2801 US IN 200 13803.156 13899.00 18

19 Exporter NSW CA Provider Clearance officer CA Provider CA data Linkage Philippines Customs Thai Customs Apply e-form D 1 Verify signature, users authentication 2 Forward Applied e-form to customs 3 Approved Form D 4 Send messages with digital signature 5 Verify signature, users authentication 6 Forward Approved Form D 7 Receiving Form D 8 19

20 Philippines Customs Exporter CA Provider Clearance officer CA data Linkage NSW CA Provider Department of Foreign Trade Apply e-form D 1 Verify signature, users authentication 2 Forward Apply e-form To customs 3 Approved Form D 4 Send messages with digital signature 5 Verify signature, users authentication 6 Forward Approved Form D 7 Receiving Form D 8 20

21 Exporter CA Provider Importer NSW Customs System CA data Linkage Customs System Export Declaration 1 Verify signature, users authentication 2 Forward Export Declaration 3 Send Information Declaration 4 Send messages with digital signature 5 Verify signature, users authentication 6 Forward Information Declaration 7 Export Declaration 8 9 Import Declaration 10 21

22 Test of Communication Protocol100% Achieved Standardization of Information Parameter and Technical Solution 90% Achieved Export Information CEPT Form D Security Solution Messaging Standards including Data Formats and Codes Integration Test of Message Exchangein progress CEPT Form D 22

23 Use of Different Languages Different Readiness of ICT Infrastructures Different Requirements of Information Parameters Incompatibility of ICT Solutions Lack of Trust and Confidence in ICT Security Lack of Legally Enable Environments 23

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