UPU conference to examine postal remuneration systems

The Universal Postal Union’s Council of Administration, a decision-making body of the UN specialized agency, will hold a conference on 9th April titled, “UPU Remuneration Systems—New Frontiers for an old World.”

Held at the UPU’s Berne headquarters, the conference brings together representatives of the UPU’s member countries, postal operators, industry experts and other interested parties to discuss policy issues related to the prices paid to a postal operator for the international delivery of postal items, including e-commerce items. Continue reading

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