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UNeDocs, or United Nations electronic Trade Documents, was a planned document standard for global electronic trade within UN/CEFACT. The project was suspended and placed under review in 2009 by the UN/CEFACT Bureau.[1]

UNeDocs' goal was to provide a single adaptable electronic document for trade transactions.[2] Due to the standardizations, users could automate various documentation tasks.[2]

Later on, a UNeDocs 2.0 was passed, and now plays a responsibility in the (CBRDM) Cross Border Reference Data Model. In the complicated process, UNeDocs is part of National Data Harmonization and Cross Border Data Exchange


  1. ^ Dubner, Stephen J. "United Nations electronic Trade Documents". The New York Times Company. Archived from the original on 2009-09-29.
  2. ^ a b United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (2003). Sharing the gains of globalization in the new security environment : the challenges to trade facilitation. New York [u.a.]: United Nations. p. 375. ISBN 92-1-116889-9.

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