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해상수입화물 불법반출 문제 및 개선방안

Title
해상수입화물 불법반출 문제 및 개선방안
Author(s)
장재훈
Publication Year
2016
Publisher
한국해양대학교 해양금융물류대학원
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http://kmou.dcollection.net/jsp/common/DcLoOrgPer.jsp?sItemId=000002235139
http://repository.kmou.ac.kr/handle/2014.oak/10676
Abstract
The premise of rights and obligations for carriers to deliver cargoes imported by sea exchanging the bill of lading is that carriers must have the perfect control over cargoes before delivery of them. If there is any problem at the carrier's control over the cargo, it becomes the risk to the nature of exchanging the bill of lading and the procedure of trade settlement system. But there are serious problems about the carrier's control over the cargo during our delivery process of cargo imported by sea in bonded areas and troubles like illegal delivery of cargo occurs continually as a result of them.

Therefore, this research aims to confirm the current procedures and analyze the causes of problems of illegal delivery of cargo imported by sea in bonded areas. It also aims to provide directions for improvement about them.

The causes of problems of illegal delivery of cargo imported by sea in bonded areas are the importer's priority in the selection of bonded areas, the abolition of the procedure submitting a delivery oder to customs, the national policy of simplification in the procedures of import clearance and the bad national management about stevedores.

And the directions for improvement about them are the exceptional approval of the carrier's priority in the selection of bonded areas, the development of the national integrated information system of logistics and clearance, strengthening the supervision and guidance of government for stevedores and bonded warehouses suppliers and giving reasonable responsibility of delivery to carriers by the revision of korean commercial law.
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