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Publications

G20 Nations Case Study - The Voice of The G20 Citizens
For the first time ever, the functionality of the Digital Economy has been commonly defined and agreed by the G20 Citizens in the B2B market place. 94.5% want the digital economy platform proposed by GCEL. The conclusion of this global Case Study is that none of the G20 Nations have scored above 2.5, on a scale of 1 to 5, when measured against what technology makes possible today to realize optimal trade efficiency in the B2B market place
Empowering the Digital Economy
Economic growth is tepid, at best, in many parts of the world as the shadows of the Global Financial Crisis (GFC) linger. Unemployment is still a major concern in many quarters around the world, fueling uneasiness across the globe — starting from the streets of the Arab Spring to the streets of Athens. Protectionist measures continue to gain ground while the Trade Facilitation Agreement falters. In all, fears of another recession mount, even as memories are still fresh from the last one.
Brief Analysis of the B20 2014-2016 Joint Taskforce Recommendations
This brochure was prepared for the 2017 B20 Germany Presidency. As a foundation for developing our recommendations for the 2017 B20 Germany Taskforces, our comments are based upon the following: analyzing proposals from previous B20 Summits, listening to the voice of the real economy participants at the ground level, and understanding Taskforce interdependencies.
B20 2016 Joint Taskforce Policy Recommendations - May 2016
This brochure was prepared for the B20 2016 Joint Taskforce Policy Recommendations and based upon the voice of the real economy participants on the ground level. It includes recommendations for Employment, Trade and Investment, Financing Growth, Infrastructure, and SME Development Taskforces.
E-Hub of The World
This brochure delivers what the G20 citizens demand. It highlights the pattern that needs to be changed and how we are implementing positive change through innovation via the foundation of the Implementable Policy Formula (IPF). It also includes the responsibilities and the benefits of the E-Hub of the World.
G20 Nations Case Study - Prepared for B20 2016
Public and private sector organizations from the G20 Nations in collaboration with GCEL are conducting a comprehensive survey of G20 Nations trade efficiency aimed at placing the world at the forefront of the 21st century trade efficiency era. The survey responses are reviewed by a team which includes representatives from the public, private, and academic organizations.
The Five Cs for Data Security
Based on 15 years of R&D, a Public/Private Partnership involving over 150 countries through their pan-regional organizations, 26 NGOs/IGOs, and the world’s most prominent private firms proposes a new Global Data Security Standard based on the following “Axioms of the 5Cs”: Consortium of Globally Balanced Ownership, Council of Worldwide Fiduciary Governance Board, Committee of Technology Governance Board Experts, Controlled Segregated Technology Development, and Continuous and Comprehensive Audits.
Implementable-Policy-Formula - China
This Implementable Policy Formula brochure was prepared for the B20 China Kick-off Meeting held on January 25-26, 2016. The Digital Economy was the common denominator of the B20 2015 Turkey Policy Recommendations. Out of 25 key recommendations, 17 were directly or indirectly impacted by the Digital Economy. The opportunity for the implementation of the Digital Economy Policy recommendation is now possible under the B20 2016 China leadership.
The Digital Silk Road
The Digital Silk Road (DSR) between China and ASEAN (Indonesia) will serve as a benchmark trade lane for the world. The DSR will deliver what policy makers recommended to the 2015 G20 Leaders along with the digital tools defined by the G20 citizens in collaboration with the digital industry leaders delivering what technology can make possible today to the end users around the world, at no cost. The DSR benchmark trade lane is planned to be delivered over a 9-month period and includes governments, sellers/buyers, finance/insurance, and logistics service providers—every one participating in the trade pipeline from shelf to shelf.
The Contribution to The 2015 Turkey B20-G20 Presidency
This brochure includes selected milestones and contributions from GCEL’s 15 years of R&D, including 75% of the world’s citizens signing MOUs to empower the Digital Economy through GCEL’s HumaWealth Program, culminating in the adoption of the Digital Economy as a key B20 Turkey recommendation to G20 leaders.
The Voice of The G20 Citizens
To date, 85% of the G20 citizens have committed to conduct the G20 Nations Case Study, a diagnostic assessment of real economy participants from shelf-to-shelf. So far, nearly 40% of the G20 population have been completed, 78% of real economy participants have no integrated system, and 90% of them agree on the form of the Digital Economy.
2015 Turkey B20 Task Forces Kick off / Empowering Digital Economy
Being selected as a member of five 2015 Turkey B20 Taskforces, GCEL published the first of several documents on how the Digital Economy can provide the policy framework to implement the trade, financing growth, infrastructure and investment, SME, and Employment B20 Taskforces recommendations to empower growth in the global economy.
Implementable Policy Formula
Despite the diligent work and policies of past G20s, there is a pattern of diminishing trust between our leaders and the public. We must change the pattern by focusing on the common denominator of policies; validated by real economy participants, with the solution delivered by trusted industry leaders.
B20-Event-SMEs
This brochure is an analysis of the Recommendations for 2015 B20 SME and Entrepreneurs Taskforce. It provides the premise, a reality check, and recommendations on how the Digital Economy can turn great recommendations into implementable policies to achieve sustained economic growth.
B20-Event-Employment
This brochure is an analysis of the Recommendations for 2015 B20 Employment Taskforce. It provides the premise, a reality check, and recommendations on how the Digital Economy can turn great recommendations into implementable policies to achieve sustained economic growth.
2015 Turkey B20 SME Task Force - SME Challenges and Opportunities
B20-Event - Trade
This brochure is an analysis of the Recommendations for 2015 B20 Trade Taskforce. It provides the premise, a reality check, and recommendations on how the Digital Economy can turn great recommendations into implementable policies to achieve sustained economic growth.
B20 Joint Task Force SME Meeting
This brochure is an analysis of present challenges and future requirements to empower SMEs through Digital Economy.
B20-Event-Financing-growth
This brochure is an analysis of the Recommendations for 2015 B20 Financing Growth Taskforce. It provides the premise, a reality check, and recommendations on how the Digital Economy can turn great recommendations into implementable policies to achieve sustained economic growth..
G20 Nations Case Study
The G20 Nations Case Study is an assessment of 19 of the G20 Nations involving face-to-face interviews with government trade ministries, national trade associations, and academia to measure the efficiency of trade against what technology can make possible today. To date, 78% of real economy participants have no integrated system and 90% agree on the form of the Digital Economy.
B20 Turkey Inaugural Meeting
Real economic growth can be achieved by using new 21st century technology tools to reduce annual trade costs by USD 1.3 trillion, increase trade by USD 1.2 trillion, and create a USD 6 trillion service industry opportunity; equating to 100 million new jobs.
The Global Single Window ++
The Global Single Window ++ (GSW++) is “a facility that allows parties involved in trade and transport to lodge standardized information and documents with a single entry point to fulfill all import, export, and transit-related regulatory requirements. If information is electronic, then individual data elements should only be submitted once.”
Questions & Answers - Ar
Questions & Answers - En
This document includes answers to a collection of questions about GCEL’s global initiative presented by various public organizations and private institutions from around the world.
SEA Booklet - Where Malaysia Stands To Empower The Digital Economy
SEA Booklet – Where Malaysia Stands to Empower the Digital Economy
N-MSG - Africa Flyer
By joining an empowered global Digital Economy ecosystem, Africa will benefit from a USD 28.5 billion reduction in trade cost, increased trade by USD 337 billion, and a new USD 1.5 billion service market opportunity; all resulting in 32 million new jobs in the Middle East and Africa region. It will also benefit from an agriculture surveillance system to contain food outbreaks.
N-MSG - Asia Flyer
By joining an empowered global Digital Economy ecosystem, the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) region will benefit from a USD 44 billion reduction in trade cost, increased trade by USD 288 billion, and a new USD 1.5 trillion service market opportunity; resulting in 17.7 million new jobs in the ASEAN region. It will also benefit from an agriculture surveillance system to contain food outbreaks, and a disaster relief management program to expedite delivery of disaster relief supplies.
N-MSG - MEA Flyer
By joining an empowered global Digital Economy ecosystem, the Middle East and Africa (MEA) region will benefit from a USD 157 billion reduction in trade cost, increased trade by USD 266 billion, and a new USD 1.5 trillion service market opportunity; resulting in 32 million new jobs in the MEA region. It will also benefit from an agriculture surveillance system to contain food outbreaks, and a disaster relief management program to expedite delivery of disaster relief supplies.
N-MSG Council Binder
The New Millennium Standard for Growth (NMSG) for the MEA region aims to facilitate the Aid for Trade (Aft) program to meet the urgent economic needs of the MEA citizens.
TEA Flyer - Your Opinion Counts
Reduced trade costs and increased trade can be achieved by applying 21st century tools to the 6 key elements identified by the World Bank, the WTO, and UNCTAD as essential to increase trade efficiency through technology: Integration, E-Documentation, Processes, Tracking and visibility, Competence, and Cargo security.
SEA Report - India
The India Shipment Efficiency Analysis is intended to provide guidance as to the current strengths and opportunities of India’s trade environment. Its existence is a testament both to India’s dedication to achieving trade excellence and GCEL’s commitment to providing support for the country as India takes its rightful position of leadership within Asia and throughout the world.
SEA Flyer - Your Voice Counts
The Shipment Efficiency Analysis (SEA) will enable the establishment of a True Trade Efficiency Assessment Standard. An invitation was sent to Indonesia to become partners with GCEL in trade innovation and to participate in the Indonesia SEA 2012, with the Digital Economy value proposition of an increase of USD 41.77 billion in trade and 2.18 million jobs in Indonesia.
Europe & MEA HumaWealth Program Document
This document is one of three regional roadmaps and a joint publication by GCEL, the African Union, and the League of Arab States. This roadmap sets forth how the Digital Economy will increase EuroMed’s trade capacity and provide a major stimulus for the growth and development of Europe and the Middle East and Africa (MEA) businesses, especially the SMEs, making Europe and MEA a true benchmark for global commerce.
Le Programme HumaWealth pour l'Europe et la Région du Moyent-Orient et L'Afrique
One of three regional roadmaps and a joint publication by GCEL, the African Union, and the League of Arab States. This roadmap sets forth how the digital economy will increase EuroMed’s trade capacity and provide a major stimulus to the growth and development of EMEA businesses, but especially their SMEs, making Europe and MEA a true benchmark for global commerce.
لمناطق أوروبا، الشرق الأوسط، وإفريقيا HumaWealth برنامج
The ASEAN HumaWealth Program
This document is one of three regional roadmaps and a joint publication by GCEL and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations Business Advisory Council (ASEAN-BAC). This roadmap sets forth how the Digital Economy will increase ASEAN’s trade capacity and provide a major stimulus for the growth and development of ASEAN businesses, especially the SMEs, making ASEAN a true benchmark for global commerce.
The Tools and the Roadmap for SME Prosperity
This document is one of three regional roadmaps and a joint publication by GCEL and the Association for Development Financing Institutions in Asia and Pacific (ADFIAP). This roadmap sets forth how by de-risking information flows banks will be encouraged to lend to SME trade participants. SMEs will also benefit from access to a USD 1 trillion SME development fund.
Secure Cargo Anti-Terrorism Coalition - SCAC Report
The Secure Cargo Anti-Terrorism Coalition (SCAC) has successfully completed the first phase of the Global Horizontal E-Logistics System (GHELS) pilot program. Acknowledgment has been received from the world’s most prominent technology, insurance, and finance firms, as well as respected academicians and their institutions, who have affirmed the benefits delivered GCEL and are ready to participate in GCEL’s global initiative.
Benefits to All
This document highlights the benefits that will flow to trade participants through Soft-Infrastructure (SI). The savings and economic benefits are illustrated through cost study scenarios and a live pilot project conducted on the busiest trade corridor between Canada and the United States.
Open Source Solution By GCEL
The objectives of this document are to provide an overview of the Open Source Solution (OSS), who is involved, as well as how and when it will be deployed.
The Shipping Industry and Global Economy
The objectives of this document are to provide an overview of the Shipping Industry and the Global Economy, which will be top priority for the shipping industry in the year to come.
World Bank Report Middle East and North Africa Region 2008 Economic Developments and Prospects
The aim of this report is to identify the forces shaping economic outcomes in the MENA region and to highlight the key issues that affect the region’s growth prospects. The thematic chapter focuses on regional integration as seen from a broader perspective that includes trade in goods and services, labor, capital, and infrastructure.
Logistics Performance Index - World Bank
This report aims to shed light on how different countries are doing in the area of trade logistics, and what they can do to improve their performance.
Cross Border Transportation Delays
This document examines the key causes of shipment delays and provides the advantages and strategies that the Global Horizontal E-Logistics System provides.
Phase I- Proven in Practice
The SCAC has successfully completed the first Phase of the GHELS pilot program. The project’s objective is to demonstrate the efficacy of the Cargo Security Plan as presented to the U.S. House of Representatives Select Committee on Homeland Security in July 2003.
Best Business Practices for Securing America's Borders
This document presents the testimony of Captain H. Salloum, President and CEO of AXIOLOG, to the U.S. House of Representatives Select Committee on Homeland Security on “Best Business Practices for Securing America’s Borders” in Washington, D.C. on July 23, 2003.
Arab League Cairo Presentation
This document encompasses Captain H. Salloum’s presentation during the League of Arab States Meeting held in Cairo on December 13 and 14, 2003. It aims to create economic progress and reform through the Arab Public-Private Partnership Initiative.
Combining Commercial Benefits with Cargo Security Initiatives
Delivering commercial benefits for all participants in global logistics is the basis of Carriersnets’ worldwide PCT patents, priority date June 1999. In analyzing the needs of homeland security, company management quickly realized the system’s unique features and functionality can improve cargo security by intelligently collecting and organizing global shipping data to enable new enterprise and shipment monitoring and screening capabilities, as outlined in this article by Captain Salloum, H.