Single European Authorization

The Single European Authorization (SEA) was proposed to deal with different rules and ways to conduct custom administration practices. The SEA was developed as amneas of making custom administration practices uniform and to eliminate some of the red tape involved in the importation and exportation of products. Due to the cultural influences in different member states, this program was proposed to resolve these issues and to make a reporting to one customs administration for the whole of their international trade activities.

The following questions have been addressed in this article:

What is the NES and how will it affect trade harmonization?
What have proven to be delays in the progression of this project?


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