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Taiwan’s “Transparency.Integrity” Achievements Demonstrated to Customs Officials from around the World at the 2016 International Customs Workshop by the AAC

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Taiwan’s “TransparencyIntegrity” Achievements Demonstrated to Customs Officials from around the World at the 2016 International Customs Workshop by the AAC

 

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The 2016 International Customs Workshop on “TransparencyIntegrity – Promoting Customs Clearance Facilitation and Accountability”, jointly held by the Agency Against Corruption (AAC), Ministry of Justice and the Customs Administration (CA), Ministry of Finance, took place at the Training Institute, Ministry of Finance on June 27, 2016 between 10:00 a.m. and 12:00 noon.

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Representatives from the AAC, the CA, and the TI-CT and 51 customs officials from El Salvador, Honduras, Vietnam, Thailand, India, Indonesia, Myanmar, Federation of St. Christopher and Nevis, Philippines, Israel and Taiwan discussed about transparency, integrity, and accountability in customs and the benefits of implementing these values in customs in Taiwan.

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During the meeting, AAC Deputy Director-General Hung Pei-Ken, CA Senior Auditor Chao Tai-An, and TI-CT Standing Director Chen Chun-Ming, speaking on how implementing administrative transparency in customs operations strengthens integrity, the integrity strategy of the World Customs Organization (WCO), the requirements in the Act to Implement the United Nations Convention against Corruption, and the results of the integrity assessment of Keelung Customs, discussed the relationship between customs transparency, integrity and accountability from three dimensions – “Integrity Taiwan”, “Customs Clearance Transparency Outcomes”, and “International Customs Integrity Policies” – and carried out bilateral interaction with attending customs officials from different countries.

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The workshop facilitated customs affairs exchanges among countries to put the integrity issue into practice in regard to customs, meanwhile bringing positive promotional benefits to Taiwan’s integrity building achievements and the specific effects of the customs operations’ measures to promote administrative transparency, to help nurture an organization culture of transparency, integrity and honesty.

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