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 Korea's e-trade infrastructure is in the process of being exported abroad for the first time. On October 11, in Astana, the capital of Kazakhstan, KTNET held a signing ceremony and kick-off meeting for the 'First-Phase BPR/ISP Consulting Project' for establishment and modernization of Kazakhstan's customs administration.

 Under the US$550,000 project, to be carried out jointly with Samsung SDS and Samsung Corp., KTNET will conduct ISP/BPR consulting for automation of Kazakhstan's customs clearance system until March next year.

 

KTNET President Ryu Chang Moo, left, shakes hands with Commissioner Berdybek Separbaev of Kazakhsant's Customs Control Committee, right, at the signing ceremony and kick-off meeting for the first-phase BPR/ISP consulting project for the custom clearance system of Kazakhstan, in Astana, on October 11.

 KTNET President Ryu Chang Moo, left, shakes hands with Commissioner Berdybek Separbaev of Kazakhsant's Customs Control Committee, right, at the signing ceremony and kick-off meeting for the first-phase BPR/ISP consulting project for the custom clearance system of Kazakhstan, in Astana, on October 11.

 This will mark the first export of the customs clearance system, a core element of Korea's domestic e-trade infrastructure. In the course of promoting the project, Korea Customs Service (KCS) was involved actively and made necessary arrangements, even assuring provision of its operating technology for customs administration. As a result, it is considered an exemplary model of private sector-government cooperation.

 With the designation of Korean enterprises to execute the first-phase project, in particular, Korea is expected to be in an advantageous position for the follow-on second-phase project estimated at US$30US$40 million. In addition, KTNET's export of the system to Panama, Vietnam, Kyrgystan, El Salvador, Dominican Republic, etc., which are presently underway, will receive greater impetus.

 KTNET President Ryu Chang Moo said, "Kazakhstan's selection of Korea, after its examination of customs clearance systems in seven Asian nations, including Japan and Taiwan, verifies that Korea's e-trade infrastructure is more excellent." He expect that with this project as momentum, exports of Korean e-trade infrastructure and solutions will enter a full-scale stage.

 
     
   
     
 
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