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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. (...) 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: 935447.2 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DAM/press/pr1999/99tran1e.htm
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If the importer so requests, the communication of the grounds shall be in writing." has been entered in the Instructions as a note to Chapter 2 § 1 of the Ordinance on Customs value. (...) Question 11 The completed reply reads: (a) According to Customs Law 9 . preliminary Customs clearance is permitted. (...) Relevant parts have the following wording: Customs Law 9 § when goods, whichaccordingtothe Customs tariff shall be classified jointly, are entered for Customs examination at separate occasions, the person who is liable for Customs duty has to lodge preliminary Customs declarations.
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Score: 934988.5 - https://www.wto.org/gatt_docs/English/SULPDF/90080091.pdf
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The concept of direct trader input (DTI) offers important advantages to customs and brokers who can now enter a number of declarations locally before establishing the connection to customs to submit them for processing; the concept of direct shipper input (DSI) offers similar advantages to customs and shippers who can now enter the manifest information in their offices and transmit it to customs for processing; external system communication can be done through UN/EDIFACT messages; and a modern and user friendly tariff language has been developed enabling customs to maintain their tariff rules and calculation algorithms without the need to do any programming or recompilation of any part of the system; this language can access all declaration data elements and link them with formulas using standard logical and mathematical functions. (...) The second consists of 31 Annexes (26 of which have entered into force), each devoted to a specific customs procedure ( 18 ). (...) It also covers customs control including risk management, audit-based controls and mutual administrative assistance between customs administrations and with external organizations, as well as the use of information technology which provides the key to simple procedures while ensuring adequate customs Control. 3.12 No reservations can be entered against the Standards and Transitional Standards of the General Annex.
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Score: 932336 - https://www.wto.org/english/tratop_e/tradfa_e/intergov_e.htm
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Article 2. The term "Customs user fees" Customs user fees are compulsory payments, amount and collection procedures of which are determined by the Law. (...) For providing Customs warehousing by Customs bodies, the amount of customs user fees is: Unofficial translation, 3-12-98 a) 1,000 drams daily for cargo under 1 ton of weight, but it should not exceed 0,01% of Customs value of cargo. b) 1,000 drams daily per ton for cargo weighing 1 ton or more but it should not exceed 0,01% of Customs value of cargo. 7. (...) Privileges in payment of Customs user fees: The following goods are exempted from Customs user fees: a) those that during transportation enter customs territory of RA within the framework of humanitarian aid programs.
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Score: 931557.5 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...c_e/arm_e/WTACCARM10_LEG_2.pdf
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The objective of this process is to bring the TIR Customs transit procedure, dating back to 1975, in line with modern Customs and trade procedures and to ensure its future stability on a global level. (...) These new legal prescriptions mainly relate to internal Customs procedures and will not directly affect external Customs controls visible to transporters and traders. (...) By securing the TIR Customs transit system, as it is done at present b
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Score: 931456.25 - https://unece.org/DAM/tir/presse/documents/0205.pdf
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Pursuant to Article 25 of the Customs Valuation Agreement, I enclose' two copies, in English, of the Turkish regulations concerning customs valuation. (...) Scope Article 2: This Regulation sets out the methods for the determination of the customs value of imported goods which have been entered into the customs territory (Including those of exempt from taxes and subject to specific duties.) (...) PART 4 Final Provisions Article 20: Any provision contrary to this regulation contained in the Regulation on Application of Turkish Customs Code numbered 1615 are repealed. Article 21: The provisions of Article 11 of this Regulation shall enter into force on 12 February 1997, the other provisions shall enter into force 12 Feb:uary 1994.
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Score: 930089.2 - https://www.wto.org/gatt_docs/English/SULPDF/91820156.pdf
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Aims and Field of Application of Decree The present Decree determines the order of forming and application of the customs tariff. The customs tariff is a system of rules applicable for the customs duties and customs fees when importing goods and other items to, and exporting them from the customs area of the Republic of Georgia. (...) 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. (...) Re-payment of Customs Duties The customs duty being paid on goods and other items which entered the customs area of the Republic of Georgia for assembling, erecting, working out or processing, on conditions that they shall be taken out in a year, may be returned to the owner fully or partially, while taking them out of the said territory.
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Score: 929968.2 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/geo_e/WTACCGEO4A1_LEG_15.pdf
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Both Accused, on the basis of individual criminal responsibility (Article 7(1) of the Statute of the Tribunal), were found guilty of crimes against humanity and violations of the laws or customs of war and sentenced to 22 years’ imprisonment. (...) It confirmed their convictions for committing, through participation in a joint criminal enterprise (JCE), persecutions as a crime against humanity and murder and torture as violations of the laws or customs of war. Župljanin’s convictions for committing extermination, through participation in a JCE, and ordering persecutions through plunder as crimes against humanity were also affirmed. (...) The Appeals Chamber, however, declined to enter new convictions on appeal. The final convictions are as follows: Mićo Stanišić, on the basis of individual criminal responsibility (Article 7(1) of the Statute of the Tribunal), was found guilty of:  Persecutions (crimes against humanity)  Murder (violations of the laws or customs of war)  Torture (violations of the laws or customs of war) Sentence: 22 years’ imprisonment Stojan Župljanin, on the basis of individual criminal responsibility (Article 7(1) of the Statute of the Tribunal), was found guilty of:  Persecutions (crimes against humanity)  Extermination (crimes against humanity)  Murder (violations of the laws or customs of war)  Torture (violations of the laws or customs of war) Sentence: 22 years’ imprisonment STATISTICS Trial days 354 Prosecution witnesses 170 Prosecution exhibits 3028 Defence witnesses 29 Defence exhibits 1349 Chamber witnesses 3 International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia Contact the ICTY Media Office on press@icty.org Follow the ICTY on Facebook and Twitter mailto:press@icty.org https://www.facebook.com/ICTYMKSJ https://twitter.com/ICTYnews
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Score: 928642.8 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/z.../cis_stanisic_zupljanin_en.pdf
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In such a case, from the time the goods enter customs to the time they go to the marketplace, the following costs will be issued: 1. (...) Delivery of Goods in the Dock of a Determined Port (DEQ OR DELIVERED EX QUAY): In this type of purchase, the seller delivers the goods to the customer before clearance to enter to a determined dock of a port. (...) All the expenses and compensation of damages caused by likely incidences will be a responsibility of the seller until the goods enter customs. 13. Delivery of Goods in a Determined Location with Costs of Clearance, Payments and Customs Damages (DDP OR DELIVERED DUTY PAID): In this type of purchase, after making all the payments and expenses including 11 taxes and all customs damages, the seller delivers the goods to the customer in a determined location, in the country where the goods are imported.
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Score: 927928.1 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/afg_e/WTACCAFG5A1_LEG_11.pdf
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WTO ANALYTICAL INDEX Customs Valuation Agreement – Article 21 (Practice) 1 1 ARTICLE 21 OF THE AGREEMENT ON IMPLEMENTATION OF ARTICLE VII OF THE GENERAL AGREEMENT ON TARIFFS AND TRADE 1994 ............................................... 1 1.1 Text of Article 21 ........................................................................................................ 1 1.2 Adoption of decisions of the Tokyo Round Committee on Customs Valuation on reservations ..................................................................................................................... 1 1 ARTICLE 21 OF THE AGREEMENT ON IMPLEMENTATION OF ARTICLE VII OF THE GENERAL AGREEMENT ON TARIFFS AND TRADE 1994 1.1 Text of Article 21 Article 21 Reservations Reservations may not be entered in respect of any of the provisions of this Agreement without the consent of the other Members. 1.2 Adoption of decisions of the Tokyo Round Committee on Customs Valuation on reservations 1. At its meeting of 12 May 1995, the Committee on Customs Valuation adopted the decisions of the Tokyo Round Committee on Customs Valuation on reservations.1 2. Multiple developing country Members have made reservations under Annex III of the Agreement on Implementation of Article VII of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade 1994 (Customs Valuation Agreement). For further information, see the document on Annex III of the Customs Valuation Agreement (Practice). _______ Current as of: March 2021 1 G/VAL/M/1, paras. 75-76.
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Score: 927571.5 - https://www.wto.org/english/re..._e/ai17_e/cusval_art21_oth.pdf
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