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In addition, the current situation does not enable Customs authorities to effectively apply risk management procedures based on advance cargo information, as demanded by an increasingly more security-conscious environment. (...) Then, the holder presents vehicle, goods and guarantee reference at the Customs office of departure for the purpose of lodging the declaration, based on the advance cargo information message already available in the national Customs system. (...) Upon arrival at a consecutive Customs office of entry, the procedure is repeated, based on the advance cargo information available through the eTIR international system and the risk assessment performed by the Customs authorities involved.
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Score: 882189.3 - https://unece.org/about-etir
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In addition, the current situation does not enable Customs authorities to effectively apply risk management procedures based on advance cargo information, as demanded by an increasingly more security-conscious environment. (...) Then, the holder presents vehicle, goods and guarantee reference at the Customs office of departure for the purpose of lodging the declaration, based on the advance cargo information message already available in the national Customs system. (...) Upon arrival at a consecutive Customs office of entry, the procedure is repeated, based on the advance cargo information available through the eTIR international system and the risk assessment performed by the Customs authorities involved.
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Score: 882189.3 - https://unece.org/ar/node/5878
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In addition, the current situation does not enable Customs authorities to effectively apply risk management procedures based on advance cargo information, as demanded by an increasingly more security-conscious environment. (...) Then, the holder presents vehicle, goods and guarantee reference at the Customs office of departure for the purpose of lodging the declaration, based on the advance cargo information message already available in the national Customs system. (...) Upon arrival at a consecutive Customs office of entry, the procedure is repeated, based on the advance cargo information available through the eTIR international system and the risk assessment performed by the Customs authorities involved.
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Score: 882189.3 - https://unece.org/zh-hans/node/5878
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Individual tax A tax levied based on an individual's ability to pay. Business license fee Government assessed charge for permit to do business. (...) Alcohol mark tax A tax levied based on the type of alcohol being obtained. Total The summary amount of all taxes. (...) Tonnage taxes Tax levied based on the vessel's net tonnage. Valuation deposit Duty paid and held on deposit, by Customs, during an investigation period prior to a formal decision on valuation of the goods being made.
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Score: 882143.2 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...CE_DutyTaxFeeTypeCode_D09B.xsd
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The key benefit of implementing a Post-Release Verification regime is that it allows for reduced release times and expedites the release of goods for traders. The Customs authority then uses its risk assessment strategies and tools in order to measure and assess trade compliance based on established criteria. (...) Maintain the integrity of privacy based on legislation: In Canada, the Privacy Act and the Customs Act outline the requirements pertaining to the protection of information. (...) This can prove challenging in cases of limited resources or non-efficient reporting methods or tools—such as an effective data base system—of the customs authority. Implementing an administrative penalty regime: In 2002, the CBSA introduced AMPS, which is a civil penalty regime authorizing the CBSA to assess monetary penalties for non-compliance with customs legislative, regulatory and program requirements.
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Score: 882074 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...e/case_studies_e/pca_can_e.doc
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The big data service customer may produce new services or knowledge on consumer activities and furnish them outside of the big data ecosystem. (...) The big data ecosystems, which are supported by a cloud computing system context, can be referred to as cloud computing based big data. Cloud computing based big data is addressed in detail in clause 7. 7 Cloud computing based big data This clause describes a cloud computing based big data system context that is effective for supporting big data. It also provides benefits of cloud computing based big data. 7.1 Cloud computing based big data system context Cloud computing based big data system context is described with new sub-roles and activities based on the architectural user view defined in [ITU-T Y.3502].
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Score: 881450.1 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...a/files/basic-html/page19.html
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Data confidentiality In legacy networks where mobile banking primarily occurs through SMS, any security provided by the network is based on GSM network encryption algorithms such as A5/1 and A5/2. (...) Data integrity Attacks such as the “man in the middle” rogue base station attack described above can compromise the integrity of financial and transactional data that originates from a DFS application. (...) They can even initiate a transfer of funds from the target DFS customer’s account to the attacker’s DFS account. While these attacks may appear to be mitigated through two-factor authentication via an OTP in parallel with a USSD-based DFS or banking session, a SS7 attack to gain access to the customer’s account to change messages 1 An IMSI is the serial number of the subscriber SIM card.
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Score: 881341.6 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...n/files/basic-html/page29.html
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WORK STRATEGY OF THE GABONESE CUSTOMS ADMINISTRATION 2009‑2013 Faced with an ever‑changing economic environment shaped by the globalization of trade and the quest for efficiency and predictability, and in an effort to tackle the excessive bureaucracy, the Customs Administration has undertaken to move from the traditional transaction‑based system to a modern system: introduction of simplified clearance procedures, specific customs regimes adapted to the activities of enterprises (implementation at the national level of facilitation procedures to ensure consistency with the recommendations and objectives of the Revised Kyoto Convention adopted by the WCO Council as the blueprint for modern and efficient customs procedures in the 21st century). (...) All of these measures, which are beneficial both to the importing/exporting companies and to the Customs and trade administrations, favour the private sector as a means of speeding up formalities and reducing the cost of customs transactions. (...) This ambitious project, the first in Central Africa, is based on an innovative concept: ‑ Importation: · Tax deduction and refunds on inputs and machines intended for use in the special economic zone; · tax relief for approved enterprises; ‑ Exportation and re‑exportation: · Operation under the free‑zone regime. __________ Source: UNDP 2010.
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Score: 880886.2 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...tudies_e/overall_imp_gab_e.doc
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1 D G D D I – D G /E 3 The dematerialisation of attached documents in eTIR project The exemple of the French Single window approach Unit E3 French Directorate of Customs 2 D G D D I – D R D u n k e rq u e – D G E 3 Definition of customs procedures Principle : All goods introduced in the Community customs territory shall be :  presented to the customs,  receive a customs-approved treatment (re- exportation, destruction, abandonment to the Exchequer, customs procedure),  customs procedure : by the act of a customs declaration. Aims :  clearance of goods (payment of import duties, taxes and other charges),  Satisfy to trade, taxes and customs regulations,  Control the respect of specific regulations for goods (prohibitions / restrictions). 3 D G D D I – D R D u n k e rq u e – D G E 3 Attached documents to customs declarations  Reference in the customs declaration of mandatory documents which may determine the release of goods (public order documents, previous customs documents).  FR customs clearance computerisation : - until 2007 : paper-based customs declaration and attached documents, - 2007-2010 : computerised customs declaration (Delt@) but the most of attached documents remains paper- based, =) Disadvantageous for economic operators, =) Time-consuming work for customs officers, =) Full benefits expected from computerisation can not be obtained as long as joint « associated processes » are not computerized. 4 D G D D I – D G /E 3 The single window : increase transparency and facilitate international trade - UN/ CEFACT Recommendation 33 « A facility allowing Parties involved in trade and transport to lodge standardized information and documents with a single entry point to fulfil all import, export and transit-related regulatory requirements ». - A European Union project (article 47 of Union Customs Code) : “Where, in respect of the same goods, controls other than customs controls are to be performed by competent authorities other than the customs authorities, customs authorities shall, in close cooperation with those other authorities, endeavour to have those controls performed, wherever possible, at the same time and place as customs controls (one-stop-shop), with customs authorities having the coordinating role in achieving this”. 5 D G D D I – D G /E 3 At national stage : 2010 : FR Customs receive a mandate from the Prime Minister for import and export procedures in order to : - Simplify processes, - Rationalize formalities, - Coordinate controls between competent authorities, - Computerise. National system implementing EU legislation, National system implementing national legislation. 6 D G D D I – D G /E 3 Le guichet unique national – Our national single window • Use of a bus connecting different kinds of systems with our customs clearance system Delt@ in order to ensure exchange of information. • That bus links Delt@ to various IT platforms : - Internal customs platform (FR NCTS, exportation of tobacco and alcohol), - Other administrative platforms (other regulations), - private platforms (electronic archiving). 7 D G D D I – D G /E 3 Services provided : - check the existence of a document (internal), - consultation of documents, CONSULT (internal) ; CONSULT EXT (other IT platforms). - sending of SAD (customs declaration) to partners (INFO), - automated electronic checks of validity, Check DAU : cross check of SAD and the attached document through a dedicated module called eDOP. 8 D G D D I – D G /E 3 National IT architecture Economic operators (EDI / DTI) Customs agents CUSTOMS IT ENTERPRISE SERVICE BUS GUN – SINGLE WINDOW WS CONSULT WS INFO WS CONSULT WS INFO IT system of the partner administration Customs declaration Reply from GUN EDOP module Cross checking SAD in XML XML document 9 D G D D I – D G /E 3 10 D G D D I – D G /E 3 Achievements - Customs systems connected to GUN : - Delt@ (customs clearance system), - NCTS, - EMCS - GAMMA (Excise Movement and Control System), - Banaco (national database for customs controls).
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Score: 880167 - https://unece.org/DAM/trans/bc...h/documents/Andrieu_250914.pdf
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APPEALING A DECISION, ACTIONS (INACTION) OF THE CUSTOMS AUTHORITY AND A CUSTOMS OFFICIAL (a) Article 493 Right of Appeal 1. (...) An appeal shall contain the following details: 1) date of filing the appeal; 1. 2) name of the customs authority, or the position, family name, first name and patronymic name of the customs official (if they are known) whose decision, actions (inaction) are subject to appeal; 3) family name, first name and patronymic name of the person filing the appeal; his/her address or location; 4) the subject of a decision, actions (inaction) of a customs authority and (or) of a customs official subject to appeal; 5) the circumstances based upon which the person believes that the decision, actions (inaction) of a customs authority and (or) of a customs official have infringed upon his/her rights, created obstacles for their realization, or unlawfully imposed a responsibility. 3. (...) (e) Article 502 Decision on an Appeal 1. Based upon the results of the consideration of an appeal, the superior customs authority or the authorized state body on customs issues shall: 1) acknowledge that the decision or action (inaction) of the customs authority or of the customs official is lawful; 2) acknowledge that the decision or action (inaction) of the customs authority or of the customs official is partially or completely unlawful. 2.
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Score: 880086.7 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/kaz_e/WTACCKAZ57A1_LEG_1.pdf
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