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The amended Sections 67, 69 and 75(A) of the Lesotho Customs and Excise Act No. 10 of 1982, have been effected by the Customs and Excise (Amendment) (No. 2) Order, 1986 published as Order No. 26 of 1986 and amended Sections 71 and 72 effected by Customs and Excise (Amendment) Order, 1986 published as Order No. 25 of 1986, copies of which are attaches. 3. Note should be taken that Section 72 of the substantive law has been repealed, and that in the Customs and Excise (Amendment) (No.2) Order, 1986, (Order No. 26 of 1986, subsection (3) of Section 75 (A) of the Customs and Excise ! (...) VAL/1/Add.21/Suppl.1 Page 3 VALUE FOR FISCAL AND CUSTOMS DUTY PURPOSES Section 67 (8) (a) Notwithstanding the provisions of subsections (1) and (4), the value for the purposes of the duty specified in section B of Part 2 of Schedule No. 1 shall, in respect of imported goods (other than goods entered in terms of item 412.18 of Schedule No. 4), be the transaction value thereof plus 15 per cent of such value, plus any non-rebated customs duty payable in terms of Part 1 of Schedule No.1 on such goods, but excluding the duty specified in the said section B of Part 2 of Schedule No. 1 on such goods.
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Score: 991179.8 - https://www.wto.org/gatt_docs/English/SULPDF/91280089.pdf
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VAL/1/Add.2/Suppl.7 Page 3 COUNCIL REGULATION (EEC) No 1055/85 of 23 April 1985 amending Regulation (EEC) No 1224/80 on the valuation of goods for customs purposes THE COUNCIL OF THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES. (...) The provisions of paragraph 2 shall apply, mutatis mutandis, where customs value is deter- mined under a method other than the transaction value. 4. (...) This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 March 1985. 2. The provisions of Article 3 (c) of Regulation (EEC) No 1495/80 shall continue to apply to goods for which the material time for valuation for customs purposes is prior to 1 March 1985.
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Score: 990757.4 - https://www.wto.org/gatt_docs/English/SULPDF/91130210.pdf
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This landmark change will allow for completely paperless cross-border transit of goods, under the customs guarantee of the TIR system. The eTIR international system (customs to customs) will ensure the secure exchange of data about the international transit of goods, vehicles or containers according to the provisions of the TIR Convention between national customs systems and allow customs to manage the data on guarantees, issued by guarantee chain to holders authorized to use the TIR system. (...) The new legal framework for TIR will also bring considerable benefits for customs authorities, particularly with COVID-19 continuing to restrict physical contact between customs officers and drivers at borders. (...) Farid VALIYEV , Head of Transit Operations Division, State Customs Committee, Azerbaijan said: “Full digitalization of the only global transit system provided by the TIR Convention (1975) is a milestone in increasing the effectiveness of customs formalities in international transport.
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Score: 982850.6 - https://unece.org/media/transport/TIR/press/356719
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In fulfilling the commitments taken by the Government of Lao PDR through its adherence to agreements regarding facilitations, freight and passenger transport with the Greater Mekong Sub-region’s countries for joint inspection of goods, merchandises and passengers at a single site and time, the customs officers of Lao PDR are authorized to perform their duties outside the Lao PDR’s customs territory in order to exercise joint activities with customs officers from other member countries of such agreements and customs officers of other member countries of such agreements are similarly authorized to enter and jointly work with customs officers of Lao PDR at the mutually agreed site. (...) Payment of fines according to Article 51 of the Customs Law. 3. Agreements of guarantee are entered with the customs authorities on use in authorized projects and re-export within the determined timeframe in original numbers and conditions. 4. (...) Article 24 Effectiveness This Decree replaces Decree 01/PM dated 1 January 1995 on the implementation of the Customs Law and enters into force and effect within thirty days from the date 15 it is signed; any decisions and regulations inconsistent with this Decree are superseded.
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Score: 980744.1 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/lao_e/WTACCLAO16A1_LEG_3.pdf
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At the customs office of exit At the customs office of exit, the customs officer will scan the bar code on the accompanying document (or enter manually the TIR guarantee reference in the customs system) to identify the eTIR transport and access the related information from the national system. (...) At the customs office of entry At the customs office of entry, the customs officer will scan the bar code on the accompanying document (or enter manually the TIR guarantee reference in the customs system) to identify the eTIR transport and access the related information from the national system. (...) At the customs office of destination (final) At the customs office of final destination, the customs officer will scan the bar code on the accompanying document (or enter manually the TIR guarantee reference in the customs system) to identify the eTIR transport and access the related information from the national system.
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Score: 980692.9 - https://unece.org/DAM/trans/bc...ch/documents/2018/id18-04e.pdf
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The ordinary meaning of these terms in Article 5.1(b) supports the view that WTO ANALYTICAL INDEX Agreement on Agriculture – Article 5 (Jurisprudence) 4 the 'price at which that product may enter the customs territory' of the importing Member should be construed to mean just that -- the price at which the product may enter the customs territory, not the price at which the product may enter the domestic market of the importing Member. And that price is a price that does not include customs duties and internal charges. It is upon entry of a product into the customs territory, but before the product enters the domestic market, that the obligation to pay customs duties and internal charges accrues."1 2. (...) In the light of our construction of the preceding phrase 'the price at which imports of the product may enter the customs territory of the Member granting the concession', we conclude that the phrase 'as determined on the basis of the c.i.f. import price of the shipment concerned' in Article 5.1(b) refers simply to the c.i.f. price without customs duties and taxes.
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Score: 979610.5 - https://www.wto.org/english/re...i17_e/agriculture_art5_jur.pdf
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Emailing and Saving Search Results Exercise 5 · From the My Folder page, open the My Custom/ Drug Resistant Tuberculosis/Articles folder. (...) Exercise 6 · From the My Folder page, open the My Custom/ Drug Resistant Tuberculosis/Articles folder. (...) You have learned how to search and set limits, create custom folders and save and email the articles from a folder.
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Score: 978991 - https://www.who.int/hinari/tra...d_Course_Module_5_Workbook.doc
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Emailing and Saving Search Results Exercise 5 · From the My Folder page, open the My Custom/ Drug Resistant Tuberculosis/Articles folder. (...) Exercise 6 · From the My Folder page, open the My Custom/ Drug Resistant Tuberculosis/Articles folder. (...) You have learned how to search and set limits, create custom folders and save and email the articles from a folder.
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Score: 978991 - https://www.who.int/hinari/tra..._Module_5_Workbook_2018_03.doc
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Interpretation PART 2 - ADMINISTRATION 2. Customs Department 3. Director of Customs 4. Director's powers 5. (...) Restriction on boarding before a customs officer 17. Restriction for an aircraft to enter Vanuatu 18. (...) Power to inspect records 78. Power to enter and search without warrant 79. Power to enter and search with warrant 4 PART 13 - USERS OF CUSTOMS COMPUTER SYSTEM DIVISION 1 - REGISTRATION PROCEDURES AND OFFENCES 80.
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Score: 974884.5 - https://www.wto.org/english/th..._e/vut_e/WTACCVUT9A4_LEG_3.pdf
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Only the staff with normal body temperature can start work. b) Wear medical masks and disinfect transportation tools, equipment and supplies to avoid cross-use. (3) During the work (business outlets) 10 a) The staff should wear medical masks and replace them in time according to the health and EPC requirements. b) The outlets in the epidemic area should set up the “three lines of defense” when facing customers: i) Before entrance. Customers should wear masks to enter the business outlet, and the staff should persuade customers without masks to wear masks before entering. Check the body temperature of the entering customers and allow customers with normal temperature to enter the business premise for business purpose. (...) The personal cleaning and disinfecting measures, the disinfection measures of the delivery premise, and the protective measures for the delivery staff should be consistent with those for the business outlets. l) Don’t enter communities to conduct marketing campaigns and organizing the gathering activities in the business premise. m) Answer customers’ questions, make explanations, and defuse angry customers in a patient manner and seek customers’ understanding from the perspective of maintaining their health and avoid causing panic and complaints. (4) During the work (doorstep pickup) a) Take comprehensive safety protection measures during the pick-up and acceptance process, wear and replace medical masks in time. b) Take a warm and patient attitude towards customers and keep a safe distance of at least 1 meter from the customer when offering services.
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Score: 973236.5 - https://www.upu.int/UPU/media/...id19PreventionAndControlEn.pdf
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