Cambodia General Information

Cambodia completed the National Single Window Blueprint for the development and implementation of her National Single Window in April 2014 under the support of the World Bank. In addition, legal gap analysis study through the assistance of the USAID-funded ASW Project was conducted in June 2014. In terms of legal framework, the E-Commerce law based on the UNCITRAL Model Law on Electronic Commerce and the UN Electronic Communication Convention is being drafted by the Ministry of Commerce and relevant government agencies for the support of electronic transactions. In addition, the sub degree on the Cambodia National Single Window Steering Committee, which is chaired by the Minister of Economy and Finance, was issued in March 2015. Furthermore, Legal and Policy Advisory Team, Technical Project Team and Secretariat of NSW have been established to carry out the development. She indicated that she could join the full-fledged ASW Pilot Project Component 2 by the end of 2016/early 2017.

The current updates of Cambodia National Single Window:

Cambodia has recently completed Needs Assessment and ASW Briefing for Single Window Stakeholders in Cambodia with support from US-ACTI. To move forward, US-ACTI is providing further assistance to develop the basic NSW connecting the ASYCUDA System of General Department of Customs and Excise and the e-CO System of Ministry of Commerce to the ASEAN Single Window (ASW). The assistance started in October 2016 and plans to finish by the end of 2017. Cambodia has commitment to join the testing on the exchange of e-ATIGA Form D with other AMS by mid of 2017 and go live by the end of 2017.

With support from US-ACTI, Cambodia completed User Acceptance Test based on the agreed technical specification on the exchange of electronic ATIGA Form D, which include:

  • A basic National Single Window system setup, which includes the production, and test, and stand-by environments;??
  • Automated Certificate of Origin application being operated by the Ministry of Commerce (MOC) that conforms to the ASW technical specifications in sending the e-ATIGA Form D to the importing country;
  • Fully automated e-ATIGA Form D Utilization System being operated by the General Department of Customs and Excise (GDCE) that conforms to the ASW technical specifications in receiving and processing the e-ATIGA Form D from the exporting country.

In addition, a demonstration of NSW and required e-ATIGA Form D front-end applications was conducted in June 2017, which confirmed the readiness of Cambodia to proceed with the end-to-end testing with participating Member States. Cambodia already submitted the request to install the ASW Gateway software to allow Cambodia' participating agencies to align the systems for the conduct of end-to-end testing with participating Member States. Once the ASW contractor deploy the ASW Gateway software, the end-to-end test will commence from September to December 2017. Cambodia join the Live Operation on 1 July 2019.


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