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BASC -Business Alliance for Secure Commerce-, is an international business alliance, created to promote secure international trade in cooperation with governments and international organizations.

BASC is a private sector led and controlled coalition that has been supported by U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) since its creation in 1996. As a non-profit organization incorporated in the State of Delaware as the World BASC Organization, the BASC is an international business alliance created to promote supply chain security in cooperation with government agencies and international organizations.

The BASC was created to address the problem of concealing contraband in commercial trade. As a voluntary program for businesses, with no government-imposed mandates, corporate participants are expected to follow BASC’s security standards which are designed to significantly improve their security practices and in the process deter contraband smugglers and terrorists from using their companies to introduce contraband and implements of terror in legitimate shipments.

The BASC program examines the entire process of manufacturing and shipping of merchandise from foreign countries to the United States, emphasizing the creation of a more security-conscious environment throughout the supply chain. The BASC currently has over 2,500 companies that have been certified by the organization. And it operates in 13 countries of Latin America and the Caribbean: Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Haiti, Mexico, Panama, Peru, the Dominican Republic, Paraguay and Venezuela.


BASC News

New WCO Guide to Customs Valuation and Transfer Pricing30-Jun-2015
New WCO Guide to Customs Valuation and Transfer Pricing
The WCO is launching a major new guide on the topic of Customs valuation and transfer pricing. The interaction between these two regimes has been an important issue both for Customs administrations and the trade over recent years.
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June 26th: International Day against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking26-Jun-2015
June 26th: International Day against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking
2015 Theme: Lets Develop — Our Lives — Our Communities — Our Identities — Without Drugs
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19-Jun-2015
Successful WCO Regional Integration Conference
More than 200 participants from WCO Members, Regional Economic Communities, International Organizations, Academia and the Private Sector attended the WCO Regional Integration Conference at the WCO Headquarters in Brussel on 15-16 June 2015. Several high level speakers addressed the Conference, sharing their insights and national practices with the participants and engaging them in discussions.
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WCO participates in World BASC International Congress10-Oct-2014
WCO participates in World BASC International Congress
At the invitation of Mr. Fermín Cuza, International President of the World Business Alliance for Secure Commerce (BASC), WCO Deputy Secretary General Sergio Mujica attended the VI World BASC International Congress held on 2 and 3 October 2014 in Washington D.C. The central theme of the meeting was: "Business and Government Working Together: The Road to Global Prosperity".
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27-May-2014
Trade Mission - Los Ángeles, United States 2014
World BASC Organization is pleased to invite the BASC Chapters and their employers to participate in the
Trade Mission to be held in the city of Los Angeles for 10 and 11 June 2014.

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Senate confirms Kerlikowske to head Customs and Border Protection21-Mar-2014
Senate confirms Kerlikowske to head Customs and Border Protection
The Senate on Thursday voted by unanimous consent to confirm U.S. drug czar Gil Kerlikowske as the next head of Customs and Border Protection.

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05-Mar-2014
CBP Alert - March 2014
CBP Alert - March 2014
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05-Mar-2014
C-TPAT Bulletin - February 2014 - BP - Port of Antwerp
C-TPAT Bulletin - February 2014 - BP - Port of Antwerp
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