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The Korea Customs Service (KSC) is reportedly due to test a blockchain-based system to verify data and shipments during imports and exports with over 50 companies domestically. According to the Korea Times, the KCS is developing a customs data platform powered by blockchain technology in an effort to boost enhance the efficiency of a customs-clearing

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