- 자율관리보세구역제도의 발전방안에 관한 연구
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- A Study on the Development Plan of Bonded Area Self-management Systom
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- 한국해양대학교 대학원
- A Study on the Development Plan of Bonded Area Self-management System
Department of International Customs
Graduate School of Korea Maritime and Ocean University
Advised by Professor Kim, Jae-Bong
Korean economy has finished rapid economic growth over the past half a century. As a result, gross domestic product(GDP) was recorded $1 trillion. The foundation for this growth is due to the trade-oriented economic policies, such as export. However, while the volume of trade has increased 318 times, the number of customs officers was only twice increase. To overcome labor shortages, bonded area self-management operating system was introduced in 1982 for monitoring efficiency of customs.
These plans are shortened logistics processing time of cargo trade by omitting the Various procedures and interference of Customs officials, accordingly reduce logistics costs associated with it, and brings to enterprise. The government position, it may be possible to perform supervision of the bonded cargo customs officials a few, and to efficiently utilize the customs officials, but was contributed.
However, the current system is self-managed bonded area, improved compliance, and import and export companies in the supply chain to strengthen public-private partnership (AEO system) and, whilst reflecting the lack of changes in international trade, such as the environment is required to be some improvement.
Therefore, as a customs officer responsible with experience and knowledge of cargo handlers bonded burden associated with bonded through in-depth interviews, including the priest's plan management and development of self-bonded cargo complements the operating system level to evaluate research.
In addition, national and international force in self-management and the operating status of the easement area of research, such as Self-management through the analysis that is performed while the bonded area of the operating system to look back through the same system can help companies improve the system of substantial proposals for a feature and advantage of the area limited customs union, the management of human resources may be directed to enhance the efficiency of the proposed system is an object of the present invention.
As a result of all this research and the junction zone patented bonded area to specify the autonomous management of the easement area and specific criteria designated for management as required by the customs authority of a self-non-negative approach to specify the easement area of the proposed conversion. Moreover, the current system of self-managed bonded area stringent amendments specify requirements for each type of free zone, free zone and the effectiveness of self-management in the management of the easement area to improve monitoring of the ways to expand and establish incentives differentiation is proposed.
Finally, the measures together to ensure the effectiveness of the priests also operates a qualifying exam for the maintenance of the difficulty of adjusting the skills and knowledge, improving education, and proposed easement registration renewal system of four, joined by introducing four scoring system to provide detection.
However, the self-management system was introduced in the easement area is flowing more than 30 years since the logistics management all year round, and compliance to some extent also in the group fixing step sometimes heard same system over time because of the overall reform is needed to view this author positive self-managed system free zone in the form suggests a negative way, but the transition has not done enough research points will be called the limit of this paper.
To overcome these limitations, the future operations of the bonded area, export and import company, corporation, including Korea Customs Service(KCS) and Korea Logistics Association in collaboration with several organizations that will continue.
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