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The School of Public Administration successfully completed the Training Workshop on Law Enforcement for Customs Officials from Cambodia, Laos PDR, Myanmar and Vietnam in 2017

With the authorization of the Anti-smuggling Bureau of the General Administration of Customs, the School of Public Administration held again the Training Workshop on Law Enforcement for Customs Officials from Cambodian, Lao PDR, Myanmar and Vietnam from October 29 to November 4, 2017 since the last hosting in 2016. The General Administration of Customs has selected a total of 20 customs officials from the Ministry of Customs of Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, and Myanmar above the vice-minister lever to participate in the training.

The School attached great importance to this training project. After many communications with the Anti-smuggling Bureau of the General Administration of Customs, the School designed the training project in the early stage, deployed the outstanding teachers in the relevant fields of the University and even invited the experts and business executives of the General Administration of Customs to give lectures. The seven-day training workshop was various in content and forms. Course arrangements were closely linked with current customs operations and forms, including the introduction of anti-smuggling police of China Customsand introduction of China Customs international law enforcement cooperation of China Customs, intelligence analysis, supervision and risk management on processing trade bonded area, anti-business fraud, customs related anti-drug work and drug dog in customs etc. In addition to those tight courses, visits to the China Customs Museum had also been arranged so that foreign officials have a better understanding of the history and current status of China's customs. The instructors gave wonderful lectures and actively interacted with the students. Through lectures, seminars, case studies and so on, the leading theory of the customs was closely integrated with the actual work to serve for the  the intended purpose of the training.

This training workshop enhanced the reputation and influence of the School of Public Administration in domestic and international customs systems and improved the ability of the School to service for the customs system, and further strengthened the cooperation with the customs. This fruitful training was very prominent. It had been highly recognized by the General Administration of Customs and praised by trainees. The trainees voiced that the training was of high quality after the training since they learned more about the leading customs affairs, broadened their business vision and benefit a lot through this training while thanking the School for its considerate arrangement and meticulous service.