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Open Trade Technical Model using ebXML for FTA with China and Korea
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Open Trade Technical Model using ebXML for FTA with China and Korea
Jung, Yong Gyu; Kang, Min Soo; Jung, Ga-Woon; Cha, Kwang Seung; Chong, Agatha;
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 Abstract
China and South Korea have effectively reached a free trade agreement. The deal now faces legal and parliament reviews in the two countries. We need to discuss the recommendations on XML conversion with UN / CEFACT electronic documents. To solve this problem of interworking between these standards, Two kinds of translation rules is proposed for exchanging to UN / CEFACT Tag smoothly. For development and distribution of electronic documents to be conformed to international standards, it is enough to have the role of international activities continue to supply part of the domestic industry and the trends in participation and international standard. Our principal focus is on facilitating national and international transactions, through the simplification and harmonization of processes, procedures and information flows, and so contributing to the growth of global commerce. The agreement with South Korea will be China's ninth bilateral FTA.
 Keywords
FTA;Trade Facilitation;UNECE;UN/CEFACT;ebXML;
 Language
English
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