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UN: Morocco elected in CEFACT

A first for Morocco. The Kingdom of Morocco has been elected rapporteur for the North Africa and Middle East (MENA) region within the UN-CEFACT (The United Nations Centre for Trade Facilitation and Electronic Business).

This mandate will be provided by Jalal Benhayoun, DG National Single Window PortNet and Vice President of the African Alliance for Electronic Commerce (AACE).

As an expert in CEFACT, Benhayoun initiated and led the Center’s publication of a new case-law recommendation on the fundamentals of operating one-stop shop systems.

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