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WTO | Commémoration du 25ème anniversaire de l'Accord sur la valeur en douane ORGANISATION MONDIALE DU COMMERCE Accueil   |  L’OMC   |  Nouvelles et événements   |  Domaines   |  Membres de l’OMC   |  Documents et ressources   |  Relations extérieures Contactez-nous   |  Plan du site   |  A-Z   |  Recherche english   español accueil domaines évaluation en douane commémoration du 25ème anniversaire de l'accord sur la valeur en douane évaluation en douane Commémoration du 25ème anniversaire de l'Accord sur la valeur en douane Genève, siège de l'OMC 17 Novembre 2020 L'évaluation en douane In commemoration of the 25th anniversary of the Customs Valuation Agreement (CVA), the Chair of the Committee on Customs Valuation, Mr Carlos Guevara (Ecuador), hosted a two-hour virtual seminar on 17 November 2020 during which WTO members and other customs experts presented their perspectives and experiences with the CVA. The Preamble to the CVA recognizes the need for a fair, uniform and neutral system for the valuation of goods, and states that customs value should be based on simple and equitable criteria consistent with commercial practices. (...) Opening remarks 15:00 – 15:05 Carlos Guevara – First Secretary, Permanent Mission of Ecuador to the WTO, Chair of the Committee on Customs Valuation Experience with the CVA over the past 25 years 15:05 – 15:55 Speakers: Ping Liu – Director, Tariff and Trade Affairs Directorate, World Customs Organization "The WCO and the Customs Valuation Agreement" Kelly Cristina Silva Morgero – Tax Auditor, Coordination-General of Customs Administration, Special Secretariat of the Federal Revenue of Brazil "Updating Valuation Regulations and Upholding the CVA" Presentation Jean-François Bédard – Manager, Commercial and Trade Branch, Canada Border Services Agency "Transparency under the Customs Valuation Agreement" Presentation Qianyu Lin – Deputy Director of Customs Valuation, Division of Shenzhen Customs, China "Uniformity in the Implementation of the CVA in China" Presentation John Malone – Senior Customs Expert "Value in Global Trade: Stability and Change, Gains and Benefits of a Rules-Based System" Presentation Looking ahead to the future of the CVA 15:55 – 16:40 Speakers: Jean-Michel Grave – Head of Unit E.5 "International Affairs II", Directorate-General for Taxation and the Customs Union, European Commission "Changes in Trade Patterns – A Challenge for CVA" Presentation Lee Yok Yong – Assistant Director of Customs, Valuation Management Branch, Royal Malaysian Customs Department "Administering Advance Rulings on Customs Valuation Effectively" Presentation Messan Kuassivi – Director of Legislation, Revenue Authority, Togo   "Modernization of Togo Customs" Presentation Tom Voege – Head of EU Affairs & Customs and Transport Lead, International Chamber of Commerce "Customs Valuation – A Private Sector View" Presentation Closing remarks 16:40 Suja Rishikesh Mavroidis – Director of the Market Access Division, WTO Partager    Des problèmes pour visualiser cette page?
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Score: 890861.5 - https://www.wto.org/french/tratop_f/cusval_f/cuv_at25_f.htm
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IHT Sponsored Sections World Telecommunication Day 1998 May 4, 1998 A Shift in the Satellite Market Providers of satellite-based communication services are targeting an expanding customer base. (...) Providers currently operating satellites in geostationary orbits high above the earth, such as Eutelsat, Inmarsat and Intelsat, are gearing up to meet this new demand, as well as to cater to a customer base that is no longer limited to government-owned telecommunications companies. (...) More cross-border trade expected Global trade in satellite-based telecommunications is expected to escalate rapidly in the next few years thanks to the launch of constellations using low and medium earth, as well as geostationary, orbits.
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Score: 890594.1 - https://www.itu.int/newsarchive/wtd/1998/TEL-8.HTML
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YARN Mobile Use Cases Micro-targeted Campaign - Use personalized, location-based promotions to provide customer with a rich, data-enabled experience Connect to customers using data driven analysis Predict customer behavior at the core to deliver a bespoke and engaging experience. Inspire more customer loyalty due to a better, faster, more personalized, and rewarding experience. Reduce Churn and recapture lost purchase opportunities via seamless online ordering and push notifications to help customers locate items in-store. Increase insight into customers’ behavior and respond in real-time with actions Push data bundle promotions that suit spend profile are sent to target customers Digital services and data bundles are recommended based location and previous spend history Reminders are triggered for nearby list items.
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Score: 890115.1 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/W...feanyi_Otudoh_Presentation.pdf
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Each operator submitting electronic Customs declarations must apply to Swedish Customs. (...) The messages used in the Swedish Customs Information System for submitting electronic Customs declarations are based on the existing standards, i.e. (...) What are the main lessons learned? Involve the customers, i.e. the users, in the design and development phase Focus initially on mainstream processes Use solutions for authentication that are flexible but still provide security Form a strategy based on customer’s priorities.
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Score: 890060.9 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...w/sw_cases/Download/Sweden.pdf
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Draft 6/30/98 Regulations Concerning Order of Determining the Customs Value of Goods Imported to Georgia Part I General Provisions Article 1 The present Instructions are based on the Customs Code of Georgia and the Law on Customs Tariff and Customs Duty. (...) Article 2 Basis of the Customs Valuation of Goods These Regulations for defining the customs value of goods are based upon the Agreement on Implementation of Article VII of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade 1994 ("Customs Valuation Agreement") of the World Trade Organization. (...) Article 8 1. The customs value of imported goods under the provisions of this Article shall be based on a computed value.
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Score: 889816 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...c_e/geo_e/WTACCGEO11_LEG_1.pdf
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May be Provider Provisioned or Customer Provisioned Network-Based VPNs ! Classical Layer 2 VPNs (FR, ATM), … Eth VLANs (Metro LANs, ...) ! (...) 2 design teams : framework and requirements – draft-ietf-ppvpn-requirements-00.txt – Generic, Customer, SP requirements – draft-ietf-ppvpn-framework-00.txt – functional blocks, 3 ref. models, taxonomy (L2,L3, CPE-based, Network-based) ! (...) RFC 2547), virtual routers and port-based VPNs (i.e., where the SP provides a Layer 2 interface, such as Frame Relay or ATM, to the VPN customer, while using IP-based mechanisms in the provider infrastructure to improve scalability and configurability over traditional L2 networks).
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Score: 889746.6 - https://www.itu.int/itudoc/itu...m13/ipexpert/ipmedia/71429.pdf
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This will still need to be addressed through an appropriate permissions based regime - but will not act as a barrier to widespread personal and commercial service use. • Positive customer experiences will support and encourage wider take up of new mobile services Vodafone is developing. (...) All rights reserved • Network-based detection and suppression of bulk unsolicited communications where it is not realistically possible to apply per message charging. (...) Again key steps are: 1/ reporting /detection, 2/ logging, 3/ taking action and 4/ customer education. • Obtain regulator and policy maker support for commercial, technical and regulatory action against national and international senders of bulk unsolicited communications soliciting a premium rate response who ignore a permission- based marketing regime or use premium numbers in CLI • New mobile services such as MMS, video clips, video telephony etc. should, in general, launch on a calling party pays basis. • Based on established national malicious calls procedures, but taking account of new types of communications.
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Score: 889744.2 - https://www.itu.int/osg/spu/sp...solicited%20communications.pdf
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Financing Personal savings; family; commercial bank; loan sharks; member fees; customers; micro-credit etc. Independent (source)Dependent (source) Mobile Distributor –carters, tankers - buy water from borehole or well and deliver door-to-door Mobile/Distributor – carters, tankers - buy water from network (direct or indirect) and deliver door-to-door Point Source/ Retail Outlet - sink borehole well and install standpipe, sell water directly to customers who purchase by jerrican/drum Point Source/Retail Outlet - extend utility network to tap, water sold to customers by the jerrican/drum - sell water from house connection Piped own networks – - develop own source and reticulate to customers through house connection and/or standpipe Piped sub-networks - extend utility network, buy water in bulk, install house connections within utility service area C U S T O M E R S / H O U S E H O L D S W A TE R S U PP LY C H A IN 1st Ti er 2n d Ti er 3r d Ti er $ $ $ $ Typology of SPSPs Author’s elaboration based on Kariuki and Schwartz, 2004 Access Situation in Africa UNDP & UNICEF. (2002). (...) RegulationRegulatory Issues (1) Regulatory IssuesDependent (source) Transport license and vehicle regulations Mobile/Distributor – carters, tankers - buy water from network (direct or indirect) and deliver door-to-door Operator performance incentivesPoint Source/Retail Outlet - extend utility network to tap, water sold to customers by the jerrican/drum - sell water from house connection Customer agreementsPiped sub-networks - extend utility network, buy water in bulk, install house connections within utility service area - Contract with utility - Bulk water rate - Business / Operating licenses - Consumer tariffs - Service quality Regulatory IssuesIndependent (source) Transport license and vehicle regulations Mobile Distributor –carters, tankers - buy water from borehole or well and deliver door-to-door Point Source/ Retail Outlet - sink borehole well and install standpipe, sell water directly to customers who purchase by jerrican/drum Land title deeds Resale permits Customer agreements Piped own networks – - develop own source and reticulate to customers through house connection and/or standpipe Regulatory Issues (2) - Abstraction permits - Business / Operating licenses - Bulk water quality testing - Consumer tariffs - Service quality Policy Framework The nature of policy, legislative and regulatory frameworks for SPSPs would vary based on the Source of Water – dependent or independent on one axis and Technology/System – PNOs, PSs, MDs on the other SPSP could be: Autonomous, as that is their source of innovation; Partner with the utility; Extension of the utility Explicit policy towards SPSPs existence and role be created to provide: The basis for laws, regulations, institutional roles and allocation of resources Should be developed through open, structured, ongoing dialogue among all stakeholders: SPSPs, principal utility, regulator, government and consumers. (...) The policy framework approach has to be formulated individually based on national and local context, type of provider etc.
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Score: 888658.3 - https://www.un.org/esa/sustdev...ica/presentations/abdullah.pdf
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Capacity Building for Trade Facilitation Implementation Korea Prepared by: So Young Yang, Deputy Director, Korea Customs Service, Oct.14.2011 I. KCS(Korea Customs Service)’ Activities in line with WCO capacity building a. (...) II. Customs Border Control Training Center of Korea a. (...) This program is to be used by our own officials and also foreign customs’ trainees visiting KCS. In addition, KCS plans to develop e-learning module based on this CASTP, and disseminate it through WCO.
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Score: 888576.1 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr..._e/case_studies_e/ta_kor_e.doc
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The paper cautions against relying entirely on the foundation identity for DFS transaction authentication, highlighting the consequent performance issues, and suggests the use of derived transactional digital identities for this purpose. With regard to customers without the necessary identity documentation, a way forward based on the use of dynamic digital identities is suggested, with the type of service that can be delivered linked directly to the LoA that can be achieved over time. (...) The impact of digital identity on DFS in general, and on the barriers to adoption, are explored from the perspectives of the commercial models (increasing the potential customer base, reducing the cost of regulatory compliance, and creating a framework for the development of additional revenue streams), social and cultural issues (specifically including privacy concerns, balanced by the potential to enhance financial inclusion), and the regulatory impact (including the potential for increasing support for the FATF Risk-Based Approach, and the need for developments in the area of liability). (...) Recommendation 4 DFS operators should build in customer privacy measures, compliant with national legislation either current or anticipated.
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Score: 887880.3 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...n/files/basic-html/page43.html
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