What is ASEAN SINGLE WINDOW

The ASEAN Single Window (ASW) is a regional initiative that connects and integrates National Single Window (NSW) of ASEAN Member States. The ASW's objective is to expedite cargo clearance and promote ASEAN economic integration by enabling the electronic exchange of border trade-related documents among ASEAN Member States (AMS).

To date, seven AMS, namely Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand and Viet Nam have joined the ASW Live Operation, where the grating of preferential tariff treatment would be based on the Electronic Certificate of Origin (ASEAN Trade in Goods Agreement (ATIGA) e-Form D) exchanged through the ASW. Myanmar and the Philippines are expected to join the Live Operation in November 2019, followed by Lao PDR in December 2019.

The ASW Live Operation will continue to open a vast window of opportunities for ASEAN to include more documents, such as ASEAN Customs Declaration Document (ACDD), electronic Phytosanitary Certificate (e-Phyto), electronic Animal Health Certificate (e-AH) and electronic Food Safety Certificate (e-FS) Certificate to be exchanged through the ASW in the future. The exchange of ACDD are currently being tested among Indonesia, Thailand and Viet Nam, while the exchange of e-Phyto Certificate are being tested between Indonesia and Viet Nam. The live exchange of these documents are expected to begin ?in 2020.

 

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