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In accordance with Article 25.2 of the Agreement on Customs Valuation, please find enclosed copies in English, French and Spanish of the latest regulations made by the Community in the field of customs valuation (Commission regulation (EEC) No. 593/91 published in OJ No.L 66/91 and Commission regulation (EEC) No. 558/91 published in OJ No.L 62/91). - Regulation 593/91 concerns rates of exchange to be used in the determination of customs value and it states that the rates established shall be used for a period of one calendar month unless adjustment becomes necessary in cases of significant fluctuations affecting exchange rates. - Regulation 558/91 concerns the imposition of time limits for the supply of documents or information necessary for the determination of customs value but not supplied at time of acceptance of the import declaration. 92-1275 VAL/l/Add.2/Suppl.12 Page 2 COMMISSION REGULATION (EEC) No. 593/91 of 12 March 1991 amending Regulation (EEC) No. 1766/85 concerning rates of exchange to be used in the determination of customs value THE COMMISSION OF THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES, Having regard to the Treaty establishing the European Economic Community, Having regard to Council Regulation (EEC),No. 1224/80 of 28 May 1980 on the valuation of goods for customs purposes , as last amended by Regulation (EEC) No. 4046/89 , and in particular Articles 9 and 19 thereof, Whereas for the purposes of implementing Article 9 (1) of Regulation (EEC) No. 1224/80 and with a view to uniform application of the Common Customs Tariff, it is desirable that common rules and criteria should be laid down in respect of the rates of exchange to be used in the determination of customs value; Whereas these rules and criteria have been laid down by Commission Regulation (EEC) No 1766/85 ; Whereas experience gained since entry into force of Regulation (EEC) No. 1766/85 allows the conclusion that, as in other areas, use of a monthly exchange rate could be applied with adjustments in cases of significant fluctuations affecting the exchange rates, thus contributing to simplification of the tasks of declarants and customs services, Whereas, in order further to simplify customs clearance procedures, it is also appropriate to allow the declarant to use a single rate of exchange even if several rates were applicable during a period covered by a periodic declaration, on condition that this option does not have negative effects on the collection of customs duties due; Whereas the measures provided for in this Regulation are in accordance with the opinion of the Customs Valuation Committee, OJ No. (...) For the application of Article 9 of Regulation (EEC) No. 1224/80, where factors used to determine the customs value of goods are expressed in a currency other than that of the Member State where the valuation is made, the rate of exchange to be used to determine that value in terms of the currency of the Member State concerned shall be the rate recorded on the second-last Wednesday of a month and published on that or the following day. 2. (...) "; VAL/1/Add.2/Suppl.12 Page 4 2. the following Article is inserted: "Article 4a When the competent authorities of a Member State authorize a declarant to furnish or supply at a later date certain details concerning the declaration for entry for free circulation of the goods in the form of a periodic declaration, this authorization may, at the declarants' request, provide that a single rate be used for conversion into that Member State's currency of elements forming part of the customs value as expressed in a particular currency.
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Score: 1220342.6 - https://www.wto.org/gatt_docs/English/SULPDF/91640177.pdf
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Article 7. Customs Duties on Exports The customs for export of goods and other items are to be added to the customs duties by the rates in accordance with the customs tariffs of the Republic of Georgia Article 8. (...) The rate of the compensative customs duties must not exceed the amount of the revealed subsidies. (...) Chapter 3. Exemption from Customs Duties, Favourable and Preferential Tariff Rates Article 17.
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Score: 1210818.8 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/geo_e/WTACCGEO4A1_LEG_15.pdf
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Microsoft Word - WTACCTJK13A2_LEG_1 GOVERNMENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF TAJIKISTAN RESOLUTION No.472 as of December 2, 2005 On Approval of Rates of Customs Fees for Customs Services Rendered In accordance with Article 348 of the Customs Code of the Republic of Tajikistan the Government of the Republic of Tajikistan resolves: 1. To approve the attached rates of customs fees for customs services rendered. 2. (...) Rahmonov of the Republic of Tajikistan Approved by the Resolution of the Government of the Republic of Tajikistan No.472 as of 2 December 2005 Rates of customs fees for customs services rendered No.
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Score: 1202386.6 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/tjk_e/WTACCTJK13A2_LEG_1.pdf
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To establish the customs fee rates, prescribed in the Customs Code of Ukraine, articles 47, 76, 77, 85, 86, 87, as per the supplement. 2. (...) To declare null and void Resolutions of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine of 26 August 1992 N 504 "On Customs Fee Rates and Procedure for Raising Thereof" and of 24 September 1992 N 802 "On Changes in Customs Fee Rates". 5. (...) Lazarenko Annex to the Resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine of 27 January 1997 No.65 CUSTOMS FEE RATES Customs Fee Type Rate (US dollars) 1.
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Score: 1196758 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...c_e/ukr_e/WTACCUKR33_LEG_4.pdf
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Chapter V. Rates of Customs Duties Article 15. Types of Customs Duty Rates The following types of customs duty rates are applied in Georgia: a) ad valorem - charged as percentage from the customs value of goods; b) specific - charged in Lari for a unit of goods; c) combined - comprises both types of rates. (...) Import of the rest of goods is taxable with 12 percent customs duty rate. The same rate is applied for import of oil products (except mazout), including the CIS countries. (...) The types of tariff preferences are as follows: a) refund of the paid customs duty: b) exemption from payment of customs duty; c) reducing the customs duty rate.
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Score: 1193797.2 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...cc_e/geo_e/WTACCGEO8_LEG_1.pdf
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DEFINITIONS 4 5. PARAMETERS 4 5.1. Customer complaint submission rate 4 5.2. Brief description 4 5.3. (...) PARAMETERS Customer Complaint Submission Rate Brief description The number of customer complaints received by an operator per customer per reporting period. 1.1.1. (...) Opinion ratings based on the feedback from end-customers may be taken into account to adjust both sources of rating information.
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Score: 1192384.8 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/W...nstaque%20Word%20Document.docx
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INTERNATIONAL TELECOMMUNICATION UNION TELECOMMUNICATION DEVELOPMENT BUREAU ITU-D STUDY GROUPS Document 1/017-E 24 August 1998 Original: English only DELAYED FIRST MEETING OF STUDY GROUP 1: GENEVA, 10 - 12 SEPTEMBER 1998 FIRST MEETING OF STUDY GROUP 2: GENEVA, 7 - 9 SEPTEMBER 1998 - 2 - 1/017-E The user/customer Insofar as reduced settlement rates would lead to reduced collection rates, residential as well as business customers would be the true beneficiaries of the changes in the “international accounting rate system”. Customers react to changes in prices/rates. Experience has shown that reduced rates whether resulting from new entrants or from reduced collection rates have (ceteris paribus) resulted in an increase in demand and consumption of these services. (...) Understanding how customers (and competitors if in a competitive environment) react to price/rate changes becomes a necessity and can even become a competitive advantage.
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Score: 1191676.4 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/stud...002/SG1/Documents/1998/017.pdf
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Article 3. The Single Customs Tariff of Ukraine The Single Customs Tariff of Ukraine is a systematized compilation of customs duties rates levied on commodities and other items that enter the customs territory of Ukraine. (...) The rate of special customs duties is established in each separate instance. (...) The rate of the compensatory customs duties may not exceed the revealed amount of the subsidies.
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Score: 1189125.8 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...c_e/ukr_e/WTACCUKR33_LEG_9.pdf
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The direction and magnitude of the impact may vary significantly among different stakeholders groups. The user/customer Insofar as reduced settlement rates would lead to reduced collection rates, residential as well as business customers would be the true beneficiaries of the changes in the “international accounting rate system”. Customers react to changes in prices/rates. Experience has shown that reduced rates whether resulting from new entrants or from reduced collection rates have (ceteris paribus) resulted in an increase in demand and consumption of these services. (...) Understanding how customers (and competitors if in a competitive environment) react to price/rate changes becomes a necessity and can even become a competitive advantage.
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Score: 1187800.4 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/stud...porteursGroupDocs/000/004e.doc
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The customs collections shall be paid at the double rate for the customs registration of goods and means of transport outside places determined for this purpose and outside the working time of the customs agencies of the Republic of Tajikistan. (...) A payment at rates determined by the Customs Committee under the Government of the Republic of Tajikistan shall be collected for the participation in customs auctions. (...) To establish the rates of collection, stipulated by the Customs Code of the Republic of Tajikistan: 1) for the issue of a license for the establishment of a customs warehouse: at a rate 1,000 times higher than the minimum monthly salary established by the law with total area of customs warehouse of about 1,000 sq. meters, inclusive; at a rate 1,500 times higher than the minimum monthly salary established by the law with total area of customs warehouse from 1,000 sq. meters, till 2,000 sq. meters inclusive; at a rate 2,000 times higher than the minimum monthly salary established by the law with total area of customs warehouse more than 2,000 sq. meters. 2) for the issue of license for the establishment of a free trade shop at a rate 5,000 times higher than minimum monthly salary established by the law; 3) for the issue of a license for the establishment of a free warehouse: at a rate 2,000 times higher than the minimum monthly salary established by the law with total area of free warehouse of about 1,000 sq. meters, inclusive; at a rate 3,000 times higher than minimum monthly salary established by the law with total area of free warehouse more .than 1,000 sq. meters; 4) for entering a bank or other credit institution in a register stipulated by Article 122 of the above mentioned Code at a rate 500 times higher than the minimum monthly salary established by the law; 5) for issue of a license for establishment of the temporary storage warehouse at a rate 500 times higher than the minimum monthly salary established by the law; 6) for issue of a license for carrying out customs broker's activity - at a rate 500 times higher than the minimum salary established by the law; 7) for renewal of validity of a license for carrying out customs broker's activity - at a rate 1,000 times higher than the minimum monthly salary established by the law; 8) for issue of a qualification certificate of the specialist on the customs registration - at a rate of twenty times higher than the minimum monthly salary established by the law; 9) for renewal of validity of a qualification certificate of the specialist on the customs registration at a rate forty times higher than the minimum monthly salary established by the law; 10) for issue of a license for carrying out customs carrier activity- at a rate 500 times higher than the minimum monthly salary established by the law; 11) for renewal of validity of a license for carrying out customs carrier activity-- at a rate 1,000 times higher than the minimum monthly salary established by the law. 2.
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Score: 1185844.8 - https://www.wto.org/english/th..._e/tjk_e/WTACCTJK6A1_LEG_1.pdf
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