Supporting the Policy Environment for Economic Development
SPEED+

Single Electronic Window Assessment [Janela Unica Electronica]

The purpose of this report is to evaluate what has occurred since the beginning of the roll-out of the Single Electronic Window (SEW) in Mozambique. It quantifies the impacts, considers which problems are “teething problems” and which are systemic and therefore likely to continue, and provides recommendations on how these matters can best be solved.

This Report  includes in its executive summary the main findings and recommendations to address those findings. Implementation has suffered some problems, but these are all quite common, can be overcome rapidly. All indications are that as long as some lessons are learned from the roll-out so far, the SEW will achieve its goal of expediting and simplifying the Customs management procedures for exports, imports and transit, as well as enhance the transparency of processes and resource mobilization.

On March 29, 2013, the following documents were added to this post: 2013 SPEED Note 001: The Impact of the Single Electronic Window (Janela Unica) EN; and 2013 SPEED Note 001: The Impact of the Single Electronic Window (Janela Unica) PT.

On January 7, 2015, the following document was added to the post: 2015 SPEED Report 002 Avaliação de impacto da campanha de disseminação do novo regulamento de transito aduaneiro em Moçambique. PT

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