The Establishment and Development of the Customs Information Technology Data Platform

Changhu LIU, Sihan ZHANG, Bozhi YU

Abstract


In recent years, although China’s foreign trade is developed rapidly, Customs operations still face challenges. This paper is based on the Nolan model, Synnott model and Mische model and depended on innovative technology of RFID and ASN to study. In addition, the writers suggest that Customs should establish an information technology data platform to address the plight of the current customs management and to propose policies and applications for law-enforcing department, finance department, tax department, the legislative and related industries.


Keywords


Radio frequency identification; ASN; Customs information technology data platform

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/%25x

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