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The copies of TP along with the copy of CCD, signed by the official of the customs body, remain filed in the customs body. 4 4.6. (...) The Exporter from the date of signing of a new TP should present to the customs bodies at customs clearance of exported goods a copy of new the TP. (...) In cases when earnings from the export of goods enter the Bank from a foreign customer that has not executed TP on the contract, for shipment in the frame of which the earnings were received, the Exporter should submit to the Bank an instruction for transfer of funds, received in full amount in his currency account in a bank, that executed this TP.
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Score: 919497.7 - https://www.wto.org/english/th.../tjk_e/WTACCTJK13A1_LEG_18.pdf
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Declaration of Customs Value of Goods 1. Applicant (declarant) should declare the customs value to the customs body of the Republic of Georgia on crossing the customs border of the Republic of Georgia. (...) In case of disconsent of the applicant to the definition of customs value of goods the decisions of the customs body can be disputed in accordance with customs code of the Republic of Georgia. 7. (...) Customs value of goods imported to the customs territory of the Republic of Georgia is a transaction price, actually paid or to be paid at the moment of entering the customs territory of Dike International 6 the Republic of Georgia (to port or other place of import).
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Score: 919366.3 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/geo_e/WTACCGEO4A1_LEG_16.pdf
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Printing - LAW OF THE SEA (National legislation) © DOALOS/OLA - Page 1 National legislation - DOALOS/OLA - United Nations asdf Customs Act, No. 1466 of 29 December 1994 (1) Note Customs Act, No. 573 of 14 July 1978 was repealed by Customs Act, No. 1466 of 29 December 1994. (...) However, under Section 3 of the new Customs Act, which corresponds to Section 1 of the repealed Customs Act, the Finnish customs territory extends two nautical miles beyond the outer limit of the territorial sea. In this "customs zone" the Finnish authorities may supervise compliance with customs rules and regulations.
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Score: 919178.3 - https://www.un.org/depts/los/L...TIES/PDFFILES/FIN_1994_Act.pdf
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The TIR secretariat, under the direction of the TIR Secretary, shall undertake the following tasks: (a) Establishment and maintenance of an international Governmental TIR data bank accessible to all Contracting Parties on: - approved and excluded transport operators (Annex 9, Part II, paragraphs 4 and 5), stolen and falsified TIR Carnets; - approved Customs sealing devices; - approved Customs offices for accomplishing TIR operations (Article 45); - contact points (Customs, enforcement agencies, national associations, etc.); - other data may also be compiled, for example on approved, falsified and stolen Customs stamps, if feasible. (...) Board members shall be competent and experienced in the application of Customs procedures, particularly the TIR transit procedure, both at national and international levels8. (...) Conduct of business A quorum of five members of the TIRExB is required for the purposes of taking decisions. 8 ECE/TRANS/17/Amend.32; entered into force on 1 January 2015 9 ECE/TRANS/17/Amend.32; entered into force on 1 January 2015 6 Voting Each member of the TIRExB shall have one vote.
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Score: 918793.9 - https://unece.org/DAM/tir/tirexb/mandate/ToR_RoP_en_2017.pdf
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With the objective of stopping the abuses of the facilities provided by this important Customs transit system committed by internationally organized crime in recent years, the amendments introduced in the Convention, which entered into force on 17 February 1999, will cut Customs fraud through a careful selection of authorized TIR transport operators, improved cooperation among all Customs authorities of the States Parties to the Convention and other measures (an outline of the new administrative structure of the TIR regime is attached). (...) The Convention establishes Customs transit procedures which provide for wide-ranging facilities for international goods transport by road, allowing for unhindered goods transport under Customs seal, based on an international guarantee, from Norway to Iran and from Portugal to Kazakhstan with only minimal Customs control at the borders. (...) The modifications that entered into force restrict access to the TIR regime only to honest transport operators who must be approved not only by their national transport associations but also by the respective national Customs authorities.
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Score: 917648.8 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DAM/press/pr1999/99tran2e.htm
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Promotional materials must not promote military applications or make reference to the Republic of Taiwan. TRANSPORTATION AND CUSTOMS CLEARANCE For international shipments that may require custom clearance, you must make arrangements with a customer broker. (...) If you need help, please contact the Market and Customer Relations team at mcr@icao.int. 2. On-Site Registration: At the ICAO HQ, please enter on the side entrance. (...) To follow  Booth construction;  Advance warehouse services;  Setup and dismantle of booths;  Rental of furniture (Chairs, Lighting, Tables, Magazine stands, bar stools, etc.);  Customized graphic back panel. To follow  Customs broker and transportation provider;  Assist exhibitors with shipments, and completion of customs documents.   15 | P a g e     FLOOR PLAN
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Score: 917042.2 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...xhibitor-Sponsorship%20KIT.pdf
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Also below the search results line, Filters activated published in the last 5 years is noted. · Remove this Publication dates filter by clicking on the bolded 5 years Publication dates filter or clear (located near the Publication dates filters display) or Clear all (located at the top and bottom of filters). · Open the Publication Dates Custom range option. In the Specify Custom Date Range , enter the data for the most recent year (e.g. 2014 01 01 to date or leave 2nd date box blank).What is the result (# of citations) from this search? (...) Exercise 4 Using Language Filters · Enter the pregnancy AND prenatal care in the search query box and click on Search . · View the filters options in the in left column of the search results of PubMed. · If the Languages filters are not displayed in the column, click on Show Additional Filters, check the box for Languages and click on Show . · In the Languages filters option, click on Customize to open the Languages drop down menu. (...) Note: you may have to click on Customize at the bottom of the Article Types options, check the boxes for Practice Guidelines and Review and then click on Show .
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Score: 916686.8 - https://www.who.int/hinari/tra..._Module_5_Workbook_2017_11.doc
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He is the worldwide functional leader for customs and for sourcing compliance, including supply-chain security issues and supply-chain social responsibility. (...) Department of the Treasury, where he was principal advisor to the Assistant Secretary for Enforcement and supervised the legal departments of the Customs Service, Secret Service, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, and the Office of Foreign Assets Control. (...) Merber is chairman of the ICC Commission on Customs and Trade Regulation and a past Chairman of the United State Council for International Business Customs and Trade Facilitation Committee.
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Score: 916282.3 - https://www.wto.org/english/fo...orum09_e/session13_selig_e.doc
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The fact that networks must be open access will ensure that network construction is driven by the demands from customers. The split between networks and services will reduce the cost of entering the services market and ensure a highly competitive service business. (...) Bundled privatisations need strong (and costly) ongoing regulatory intervention in order to ensure that their telecommunication markets operate competitively, including allowing access to customers for new entrants and to prevent anticompetitive behaviour. (...) Service companies will need to maintain antenna for any changes in customer demands. Vertical separation makes it possible also for new local infrastructure providers to emerge.
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Score: 915207.8 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/part...LF/2008/contributions/icnc.pdf
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The Protocol will enter into force on 25 September 2018. “Brazil’s accession to the Protocol is an additional step not only to combat illicit trade, but also to strengthen the national strategy to protect tobacco control policies and promote public health,” said the country’s Health Minister, Gilberto Occhi. (...) State-of-the-art equipments installed at the customs houses allow full customs control. Drivers crossing the border are not forced into hours of customs checks. (...) Vigen Sargsyan / World Bank Brazil and Mauritius are among the 181 parties to the WHO FCTC – an overarching agreement, which can be strengthened by associated protocols. The WHO FCTC entered into force on 27 February 2005 and has since become one of the most rapidly and widely embraced treaties in United Nations history.
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Score: 914824.9 - https://www.who.int/fctc/media...eaty-take-effect-september/en/
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