Undp Helps Azerbaijan To Computerize Its Border Customs Posts

03-Sep-2001 00:03:28
Azerbaijan is moving from a centralized to a liberal economic system by computerizing its Customs system. With assistance from the UN Development Programme, a network of 270 computers in the capital city, Baku, processes information about cargo coming into the country through its checkpoints. Data transmitted from border points is used for monthly reports on the country's international trade. Anti-smuggling efforts have also improved thanks to new telecommunications equipment.(3'28)

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Azerbaijan is moving from a centralized to a liberal economic system by computerizing its Customs system. With assistance from the UN Development Programme, a network of 270 computers in the capital city, Baku, processes information about cargo coming into the country through its checkpoints. Data transmitted from border points is used for monthly reports on the country's international trade. Anti-smuggling efforts have also improved thanks to new telecommunications equipment.(3'28)
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Chaim Litewski
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