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jeudi 20 avril 2017

World Bank - Certificate of Appreciation Doing Business 2017 - to France-Eci

Je remercie l'équipe de DOING BUSINESS  dans le cadre de l'élaboration des indicateurs de  Doing Business 2017 et suis très honoré de recevoir ce certificat pour ma contribution au titre de France eCommerce International. Jean-Marc DUFOUR

jeudi 15 décembre 2016

Greatings World Bank

Greatings from the World Bank  Doing Business Team to France-eci

jeudi 11 février 2016

The latest news and research from the World Bank Group's Doing Business project

Thank you, Expert Respondents!

Thank you for sharing your knowledge and time for the Doing Business 2016 report. Your responsiveness to follow-up questions via telephone and email are also much appreciated. We particularly appreciate how generously you contributed to the development of the new Doing Business data by answering our new research questions. Many of you have been research partners with the World Bank Group for 13 years and we look forward to continuing this important relationship with you as we work toward our common goal of enabling local entrepreneurs in your economy and globally.

 

Doing Business 2016launched on October 27, 2015

The new report, Doing Business 2016: Measuring Regulatory Quality and Efficiency, introduced improvements in 5 of 10 Doing Business indicator sets. It received over 7,000 media citations within just 3 weeks of its publication. The coverage spanned major global, regional and local media outlets, from print and broadcast to the web. The Doing Business website had over 1 million page views and nearly 60,000 downloads within 3 weeks after the report’s launch. To show our sincere gratitude to our expert respondents, a report copy and certificate of appreciation for Doing Business 2016 will be sent by March to those who participated in the research.

 

 

 

Doing Business 2016Key Highlights:

   Singapore is once again first on ease of doing business

   Entrepreneurs in 122 economies saw improvements in regulatory framework

   Expansion adds indicators of quality to four indicator sets: registering property, dealing with construction permits, getting electricity and enforcing contracts

   Sub-Saharan Africa accounts for 5 of the 10 top improvers in 2014/15

   Case studies offer an insight into regulatory issues faced by policy makers, challenges they had to overcome, and the impact of their initiative

   Report findings for your region are available on the press page of the website: http://www.doingbusiness.org/press

 

Doing Business 2016Case StudiesDoing Business case studies highlight the specific experience of an economy or region in improving important aspects of business regulation. They offer an insight into regulatory issues faced by policy makers, challenges they had to overcome, and the impact of their initiative.

   Starting a business: Third party involvement in company formation

   Dealing with construction permits: Assessing quality control and safety mechanisms

   Getting electricity: Measuring reliability, prices and transparency

   Registering property: The paths of digitization

   Trading across borders: A new approach to measuring trade processes

   Enforcing contracts: Measuring good practices in the judiciary

   Resolving insolvency: New funding and business survival

Media Coverage

Doing Business 2016generated thousands of media citations globally.

 

Notable articles include:

   Wall Street Journal: The Best and Worst Countries to Run a Business, According to the World Bank

   Bloomberg: Singapore Is Still The Easiest City To Do Business In, World Bank Says

   The Guardian: Britain named sixth best country for doing business

   Financial Times: Russia rises in World Bank’s ‘Doing Business’ rankings

   The Hindu: India moves up in ‘ease of doing business’ ranking

   The Telegraph: Britain overtakes US to become top G7 country to do business

   Hidustan Times: India up 4 places in World Bank's ease of doing business list

   Gulf News (Dubai): UAE tops Mena region in ease of doing business ranking

Doing Business 2016Launch Event: Mapping the Way Forward

The Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington DC hosted a Doing Business 2016 launch event on October 30, 2015. Augusto Lopez-Claros, Director of the Global Indicators Group, presented the report and an expert panel discussed the implications of the findings for actors in a post-2015 development world. The event was moderated by Mr. Daniel F. Runde, William A. Schreyer Chair in Global Analysis and Director, Project on Prosperity and Development.

Panelists:

   Dr. Charles Collyns, Chief Economist, Institute of International Finance

   The Honorable Ana Guevara, Former U.S. Alternate Executive Director, World Bank Group

   Dr. John Mayo, Professor, McDonough School of Business and Executive Director for the Center on Business and Public Policy, Georgetown University

   Ambassador Anthony Earl Wayne, Former U.S. Ambassador to Mexico

Video coverage of the eventAudio coverage of the event

The Doing Business team is on the move

Until now, the Doing Business team has been connecting with you from our offices in Washington DC. We are excited to announce that this year, some of our team members will be moving to different countries. The goal is to be closer to you and our clients around the world. Our colleagues Jean Arlet, Edgar Chavez, Laura Diniz, Dorina Georgieva and Joanna Nasr are working in the new Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia office of the World Bank Group. The Doing Business team will also have team members based in New Delhi, India and Santiago, Chile – stay tuned!

 

Related Research

   Enabling the Business of Agriculture 2016 – Comparing Regulatory Good Practices: Launched on January 28, 2016, the report examines regulations that affect private enterprise in agribusiness in 40 countries around the world. This edition of the report presents country-level results on six topics: Seed; Fertilizer; Machinery; Finance; Transport; and Markets.

   Paying Taxes 2016 – The Global Picture: Launched on November 19, 2015, the report is the tenth in a series from the World Bank Group and PwC, and measures tax systems for a domestic company complying with tax laws and regulations in each economy. Over eleven years of the study, almost 80% of the 189 economies covered in the report made significant changes to their tax regimes at least once.

   Women, Business and the Law 2016 – Getting to Equal: Launched September 9, 2015, the report is the fourth in a series that measures legal and regulatory barriers to women’s entrepreneurship and employment in 173 economies. It provides quantitative measures of laws and regulations that affect women’s economic opportunities in seven areas: accessing institutions, using property, getting a job, providing incentives to work, going to court, building credit and protecting women from violence.

   Doing Business in Spain 2015: Launched on September 29, 2015, the report measures business regulations and their enforcement across 17 autonomous communities and two autonomous cities in Spain. The report examines 5 areas as measured by Doing Business: starting a business, dealing with construction permits, getting electricity, registering property and trading across borders.

   Enterprise Surveys: The Enterprise Analysis Unit of the World Bank provides the world's most comprehensive company-level data. Business data are available for 144,511 firms over 141 countries. The Enterprise Surveys team is currently gathering data on 24 countries around the world.

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mercredi 4 mars 2015

The latest news and research from the World Bank Group's Doing Business project

Thank you, Expert Contributors!
Thank you for contributing your knowledge and time to the Doing Business 2015 report. Your responsiveness to follow-up questions via telephone and email are also much appreciated. Many of you have been research partners with the World Bank Group for more than 11 years and we look forward to continuing this important relationship with you as we work toward our common goal of enabling local entrepreneurs in your economy and globally.

Doing Business 2015 launched on October 29, 2014
The most recent report launched successfully on October 29, 2014. In the month of November, the www.doingbusiness.org website received over 1 million page views and more than 50,000 downloads! To show our sincere gratitude to our expert respondents, a report copy and certificate of appreciation for Doing Business 2015 will be sent by February to those who participated in the research.

Jean-Marc Dufour, on behalf of FranceI-eci, thank you in advance.

Doing Business 2015 Key Highlights
This year's report marks the 12th edition of the Doing Business series. The report covers 189 economies - expanding coverage to include second cities in 11 economies.

Key highlights:
  • Singapore is once again first on ease of doing business
  • Entrepreneurs in 123 economies saw improvements in regulatory framework
  • Ease of doing business ranking is now based on distance to frontier score
  • Expansion of the areas measured in the getting credit, protecting minority investors and resolving insolvency topics
  • Sub-Saharan Africa accounts for 5 of the 10 top improvers in 2013/14
  • Case studies offer an insight into regulatory issues faced by policy makers, challenges they had to overcome, and the impact of their initiative
  • Report findings for your region are available on the press page of the website: http://www.doingbusiness.org/press

Doing Business 2015 Case Studies
Doing Business case studies highlight the specific experience of an economy or region in improving important aspects of business regulation. They offer an insight into regulatory issues faced by policy makers, challenges they had to overcome, and the impact of their initiative.

Media Coverage
Doing Business 2015 generated thousands of media citations globally in the first two weeks after the launch.

Notable articles include:
Doing Business Research Conference
This past February, the World Bank Group convened a research conference titled, Doing Business: Past, Present and Future of Business Regulation at Georgetown University in Washington, DC.  The conference was co-sponsored by USAID and the Kauffman Foundation. The conference aimed to bring together academics, World Bank Group staff and development professionals from around the world to discuss the impact of regulatory reform and to guide the Doing Business report project in the years to come.

Speakers and breakout sessions
Conference agenda (PDF, 120KB)

Gender project seeks expert legal contributors
Become a Contributor to Women, Business and the Law: The World Bank Group’s Women, Business and the Law project seeks qualified family lawyers, labor lawyers, judges, academics, gender law experts and human rights experts willing to complete its surveys on a pro bono basis. The project has tracked gender differentiation under the law since 2010 and currently spans 143 economies. Interested persons can email wbl@worldbank.org indicating their area of expertise (family law, labor law, or violence against women) and economy of expertise, or can sign up online. Sample surveys can be found here.

Related Research
  • Doing Business in Central America and the Dominican Republic 2015: Launched on November 17, 2014, the report compares business regulations in 22 cities and 10 ports in Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and Panama. The study focuses on regulations that affect 4 stages in the life of a small to medium-size domestic firm: starting a business, dealing with construction permits, registering property, and trading across borders. It also includes a gender perspective based on the study of laws and regulations that impose differential treatment for women.
  • Doing Business in Nigeria 2014: Launched on September 29, 2014, the third subnational report of the Doing Business series in Nigeria compares business regulations in 35 states and Abuja, FCT. The report focuses on federal and state regulations that affect 4 stages in the life of a small to medium-size domestic firm: starting a business, dealing with construction permits, registering property, and enforcing contracts.
  • Doing Business in Mexico 2014:  Launched on May 29, 2014, the fifth subnational report of the Doing Business series in Mexico, compares business regulations in 31 states and Mexico City. The report focuses on federal, state and municipal regulations that affect 4 stages in the life of a small to medium-size domestic firm: starting a business, dealing with construction permits, registering property, and enforcing contracts.
  • Doing Business in Egypt 2014: Launched on December 8, 2013, the report measures business regulations and their enforcement across 15 locations and 5 ports. The report focuses on regulations that affect 5 stages in the life of a small to medium-size domestic firm: starting a business, dealing with construction permits, registering property, enforcing contracts and trading across borders.
  • Enterprise Surveys The Enterprise Analysis Unit of the World Bank provides the world's most comprehensive company-level data. Business data are available for 144,511 firms over 141 countries. The Enterprise Surveys team is currently gathering data on 30 countries around the world.

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25th UN/CEFACT Forum

25th UN/CEFACT Forum

20 - 24 April 2015

Palais des Nations, Geneva, Switzerland

The United Nations Centre for Trade Facilitation and E-business (UN/CEFACT) organises the 25th session of the UN/CEFACT Forum in Palais des Nations, Geneva, Switzerland from 20 to 24 April 2015.

Priorities at the Forum are:

  • Advancing current projects and domain activities
  • Ongoing maintenance tasks (such as UN/EDIFACT Data Maintenance Requests)
  • Formulating and approving a series of new projects to be conducted within the framework of the approved programme of work
  • Continuing liaison and cooperation activities with external organizations (governmental as well as industry and standards consortia)
  • Advancing UN/CEFACT’s current and forthcoming technical framework
Forum sessions are held bi-annually in different locations throughout the world. Information on previous Forums is available at: http://www.unece.org/index.php?id=3145
Registration (DOC and PDF) for the 25th UN/CEFACT Forum is now open.

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mardi 24 février 2015

Upcoming WCO Events

Dear All,

The WCO Events Team is proud to announce the following upcoming events. Please note these events in your diary and make plans now to join us.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us anytime for more information. We can be reached at WCOIT2015@wcoomd.org.

2015 WCO IT Conference & Exhibition
Freeport, Grand Bahama | 6-8 May 2015

www.etouches.com/itc2015

A three day conference exploring ways in which modern information and communications technology can lead to exciting possibilities for countries to connect to global and regional value chains

The 2015 WCO IT Conference will focus on the advantages of inclusiveness of all supply chain stakeholders and how this can help boost intra- and inter-regional trade, with particular emphasis on ways in which information technologies can serve this purpose and mitigate emerging threats.

The Conference will provide a platform for bringing together key partners from Customs administrations, relevant agencies and ministries, regional economic communities, private sector, international organizations, development partners and academia. It will allow sharing experiences and conducting strategic discussions in a plethora of topics of relevance for facilitating and securing the movement of information and goods across borders with the aim of increasing economic competitiveness.

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact the ITC2015 Event Team at WCOIT2015@wcoomd.org.

2015 WCO Knowledge Academy for Customs & Trade
Brussels, Belgium | 15-26 June 2015 Registration opens soon!

The 2015 WCO Knowledge Academy for Customs and Trade that will be held at the World Customs Organization (WCO) Headquarters in Brussels, Belgium, from 15 to 26 June 2015.

This initiative brings together the foremost experts in Customs matters to meet the demands of a complex international and cross-border trading system. Business professionals, Customs managers and administrators, border agency officials, international organization representatives and academia will benefit from the intensive interactive discussions of the most pertinent topics in the Customs environment today.

All courses will be led by technical experts widely respected in their various fields and will also include instructors from private sector companies, government institutions, and academia. The primary objective of the WCO Knowledge Academy for Customs and Trade is to provide an intense training for Customs and Business practitioners.

To consult the agenda or register online, please visit www.etouches.com/kact2015 or email kact2015@wcoomd.org for more information.

2015 WCO Technology & Innovation Forum
Rotterdam, the Netherlands | 27-29 October 2015 Save the Date!

The WCO and the Customs Administration of The Netherlands would like to invite you to participate in the 5th Technology and Innovation Forum that will take place on 27-29 October, 2015, at the World Trade Center in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. The TI Forum is built on the success of the previous four Forums in Brussels, Cairo, Kuala Lumpur and Buenos Aires. The 2013 Forum in Buenos Aires attracted 514 senior managers from governments, law enforcement agencies and the private sector from 60 countries. More than 20 technology providers showcased their latest innovations at the exhibition and during the breakout sessions.

This year’s Forum is expected to be the largest ever organised. The theme of the Forum is Pushing Boundaries, Changing Horizons. The Netherlands, being a pioneer and the birthplace for many companies that contributed with innovative solutions that revolutionised the transport and logistics sector, could not be placed better to host this important event.

Should you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact the TI Organising Team at ti2015@wcoomd.org

WCO Technology Network

Launched in 2014, the new Technology Network (TeN) aims at becoming a leading technology hub for Customs and other border agencies, technology solution providers, international organizations and all other relevant stakeholders in border management.

Companies are invited to register their products free of charge, thereby gaining large exposure amongst WCO Members and other border agencies. Those interested in joining the TeN should connect to the network web address – http://ten.wcoomdpublications.org – and create an account. Once the request is validated, companies will receive a login and password to access and manage corporate and product information.

Customs administrations will be able to search and view information on the latest technology solutions and products available on the market. WCO Members can automatically connect to the TeN through the main WCO website by using their WCO login credentials.

The new platform also includes two separate discussion forums which are not accessible to the general public. The first one is limited to Customs, allowing them to exchange views on technology-related experiences and future developments. The second forum welcomes registered companies, giving users and suppliers the opportunity to interact.

For further information please visit http://ten.wcoomdpublications.org or e-mail to technologynetwork@wcoomd.org

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jeudi 15 janvier 2015

Newsletter MGI n°8 - Les KPI issus des Cargo Community Systems

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EDITO

Oui au Guichet Unique Marchandise, oui à la compétitivité !

François Mahe_Des_Portes

Par François Mahé des Portes, Président du directoire de MGI


Pensez-vous que la fluidité portuaire est un facteur de compétitivité du territoire ? Êtes-vous favorable à la dématérialisation des procédures ? Voulez-vous participer à l'émergence d'un véritable Guichet Unique Marchandises ? Rejoignez le mouvement !

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NEWS MGI

Nouveau module dans AP+ : le groupage hors ports

Ce module s'adresse aux transitaires et groupeurs, il permet de gérer le groupage des marchandises dans les entrepôts hors port MDT destiné à l'exportation.

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Utilisateurs AP+ vous avez la parole !

Les utilisateurs qui le souhaitent peuvent ainsi participer activement à l'évolution de leur Cargo Community System (CCS).

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MGI forme les gendarmes maritimes


Huit gendarmes ont été formés à l'utilisation d'AP+ dans les locaux de MGI jeudi 18 décembre dernier.

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AGENDA

Cerémonie des voeux 2015, 20 janvier, Marseille. Via Marseille Fos, l'Union Maritime et Fluviale et le Grand Port Maritime de Marseille présenteront leurs voeux à la place portuaire.

IMTM, 2-4 février, formation : Gestion des sinistres - les bons réflexes.

VMF, 24-26 mars, Lyon, participation au forum de l'international.

SITL 31 mars - 02 avril , Paris Porte de Versailles, MGI sera exposant sur le stand de VMF.

Conteneur

FOCUS SUR...

Les KPI issus des Cargo Community Systems

Le nombre de mouvements de conteneurs par heure suffit-il à évaluer la performance d'un port ? Question provocatrice, et réponse précise d'un spécialiste des indicateurs.
 

Les KPI, outil de pilotage stratégique du port

Dans le domaine portuaire, les statistiques sont très souvent utilisées pour dénombrer les navires qui accostent, les conteneurs importés et exportés, et pour mesurer les flux de conteneurs chargés et déchargés par heure. Certains ports désignent ces données sous le nom de KPI .
Ces chiffres s'appuient souvent sur les résultats d'un seul acteur portuaire : ils ne permettent donc pas de mesurer la performance collective et globale du port...


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DU CÔTÉ DE...

La Martinique

Nicole Sully 

Interview : Nicole Sully, Directrice Générale de Port+

L'innovation en ligne de mire

Nicole Sully, directrice de Port+, société qui commercialise AP+ auprès de la communauté portuaire de Fort-de-France, présente son parcours et explique pourquoi son entreprise a choisi MGI pour mettre en place le Cargo Community System.

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Projet R&D

NOSCIFEL en test à Marseille-Fos

François Mahe_Des_Portes

Christophe Reynaud, responsable innovation chez MGI.


Le projet NOSCIFEL facilitera les échanges de données entre les acteurs du transport routier et de la logistique. Objectif : améliorer la compétitivité des PME et TPE du secteur.

Deux premiers services seront évalués sur le port de Marseille-Fos, dès le mois de janvier 2015 :

  • le service de gestion des rendez-vous multi-plateformes ;
  • le service d'archivage électronique automatisé des documents.


Les clients de MGI seront invités à participer à ces essais...

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jeudi 26 juin 2014

WCO - Demos Training Team



WCO Knowledge Academy for Customs and Trade
WCO Headquarters, Brussels, Belgium – July 2-10, 2014

A two-week intensive academy focusing on the development of technical skills for Customs and Trade practitioners!


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Salon eCommerce Paris - 23 au 25 septembre 2014


L´événement Cross-Canal, E-Commerce Paris. Version en ligne.

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