ECOWAS Computer Centre
Nov 1989, Lomé (Togo), following decision of Council of Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), June 1986. Also referred to as Community Computer Centre.
Contribute to: improvement of national statistical systems; establishment of national computerized customs projects; setting up of a customs and general data processing training centre; advice on administrative and financial management methods in Community institutions.Available with paid subscription only.
Closely associated with the ASYCUDA national computerized customs project.
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