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(General Agreement on Tariffe and Trade, I with to advise you thaton 20 July 1991 the Polish Parliament (the Diet:) enacted the Law which amended some provisions of Customs Law of 28 December 1989, Including anti-dumping procedures. The amendments were promulgated in Dziennik Untaw 1991., No. 73. item 320 nnd entered into force on 19 August. 1991. Under the provisions of tho Customs Law, as amended, the Ministry of Foreign Economic Relations administers anti-dumping, investigations. Consequently, in Chapter 7 of the Customs Law the words "the President of the Main Customs Office," should be substituted by the words "the Minister of Foreign Economic Relations' in all instances. 91 -1468
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Score: 926464.5 - https://www.wto.org/gatt_docs/English/SULPDF/91531135.pdf
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Article 10 (Movement of Goods) Goods may cross the State border, and designated customs borders at customs warehouses, at duty free zones, in airports, and at any other facilities under customs control, only at [customs] areas where customs officers are present. (...) If the goods and transportation are in conformity with the customs documents, the customs verification team will confirm the customs documents and stamp them. If the goods and transportation are not in conformity with the customs documents, they will draw up the appropriate written report, and submit it to the relevant customs office for investigation. (5) Customs administrations shall assign mobile customs verification teams to verify customs compliance of transporters in the customs territory along roads.
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Score: 924130.6 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/afg_e/WTACCAFG5A1_LEG_10.pdf
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VAL/1/Add.10 Page 4 Section 2 Customs Value (1) The duty of Customs chargeable on goods which under the detailed provisions of the Customs tariff are liable to an ad valorem Customs duty shall be assessed on their customs value. (2) The customs value shallbe the transaction value of the goods being valued under the provisions of Section 3. (3) If the customs value cannot be determined under the provisions of Section 3, the customs value shall be determined by proceeding sequentially through Sections 4 to 7. (...) VAL/1/Add. 10 Page 15 Section 11 Declaration for the determination of customs value (1) For the determination of customs value a declaration shall be presented. (...) VAL/1/Add.10 Page 17 Section 12 Final Provisions (1) This Federal Act enters into force on January 1, 1981. (2) On this date the Federal Law of 30th March 1955 on the payment of ad valorem Customs duties (Customs Valuation Act 1955), Austrian Federal Legal Gazette No. 60, expires. (3) In so far as other Federal legal provisions refer to the Customs Valuation Act 1955, the corresponding provisions of this Federal, Act are substituted. (4) Regulations on the basis of this Federal Act may be issued .ready from the day following its publication; at the earliest however they enter into force simultaneously with the entering into force of this Federal Act. (5) The Federal Minister of Finance shall be responsible for the enforcement of this Federal Act.
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Score: 923977.9 - https://www.wto.org/gatt_docs/English/SULPDF/90080080.pdf
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The General Director of Customs will give the approval referred to in the preceding number whenever doing so does not hinder the application of the customs regulations. Artigo 3º Customs oversight 1. The boundries and the access and exit points of the Commercial Free Zone are subject to customs control. 2. (...) Goods exported from the Commercial Free Zone are not required to be presented in customs nor to the delivery of a customs declaration. 2.
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Score: 921746.4 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/cpv_e/WTACCCPV15A1_LEG_5.pdf
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. — — — — — — — — International Civil Aviation Organization INFORMATION PAPER FALP/5-IP/2 25/03/08 APPENDIX Extracts from: Doc 7300/9 CONVENTION ON INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION NINTH EDITION — 2006 Article 10 Landing at customs airport Except in a case where, under the terms of this Convention or a special authorization, aircraft are permitted to cross the territory of a contracting State without landing, every aircraft which enters the territory of a contracting State shall, if the regulations of that State so require, land at an airport designated by that State for the purpose of customs and other examination. (...) Nothing in this Convention shall be construed as preventing the establishment of customs-free airports. Article 24 Customs duty (a) Aircraft on a flight to, from, or across the territory of another contracting State shall be admitted temporarily free of duty, subject to the customs regulations of the State. (...) This exemption shall not apply to any quantities or articles unloaded, except in accordance with the customs regulations of the State, which may require that they shall be kept under customs supervision.
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Score: 921132.8 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...cuments/Falp5-2008/ip02_en.pdf
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. — — — — — — — — International Civil Aviation Organization INFORMATION PAPER FALP/6-IP/1 26/04/10 English only APPENDIX Extracts from: Doc 7300/9 CONVENTION ON INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION NINTH EDITION — 2006 Article 10 Landing at customs airport Except in a case where, under the terms of this Convention or a special authorization, aircraft are permitted to cross the territory of a contracting State without landing, every aircraft which enters the territory of a contracting State shall, if the regulations of that State so require, land at an airport designated by that State for the purpose of customs and other examination. (...) Nothing in this Convention shall be construed as preventing the establishment of customs-free airports. Article 24 Customs duty (a) Aircraft on a flight to, from, or across the territory of another contracting State shall be admitted temporarily free of duty, subject to the customs regulations of the State. (...) This exemption shall not apply to any quantities or articles unloaded, except in accordance with the customs regulations of the State, which may require that they shall be kept under customs supervision.
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Score: 921132.8 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...s/falp6_2010/FALP6_IP01_en.pdf
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CMAAs provide Canada with a legal basis to share customs information to prevent, investigate and combat customs offences, particularly customs fraud, and to provide reciprocal mutual assistance to ensure the proper application of customs laws. (...) For international agreements, which are legally binding, the agreements are entered into on behalf of the Government of Canada, whereas in the case of international arrangements, which are non-legally binding, the arrangement may be made directly between the customs administrations. (...) For this reason, each customs cooperation initiative entered into by Canada is unique in its own right, is designed in a manner that fully acknowledges and respects the fundamental differences that lie between sovereign nations, and is based on the principles of trust and reciprocity.
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Score: 921125 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr..._e/case_studies_e/cc_can_e.doc
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In terms of the decision on the treatment of interest charges taken by the GATT Committee on Customs Valuation and recorded in document VAL/6, each Party must notify the Committee of the date the decision was implemented. As far as New Zealand is concerned, the change, which was applied by administrative means effective 1 July 1984 (reference: VAL/9), was incorporated in the Customs Acts Amendment Act 1985, effective from 7 December 1985. The Decision was added as sub-clause (5) to Clause I of the Ninth Schedule of the Customs Act, as follows: "(5) For the purposes of this Schedule charges for interest under a financing arrangement entered into by the buyer and relating to purchase of imported goods shall not be regarded as part of the Customs value in any case where - (a) The charges are distinguished from the price actually paid or payable for the goods; and (b) Such goods are actually sold at the price declared as the price actually paid or payable; and (c) The buyer, if required can demonstrate that - (i) The financing arrangement was made in writing (ii) The claimed rate of interest does not exceed the level for such transactions prevailing in the country where, and at the time when, the finance was provided."
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Score: 920823.3 - https://www.wto.org/gatt_docs/English/SULPDF/91200206.pdf
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PROCEDURE FOR GOODS THAT ENTERED THE CUSTOMS AREA BEFORE THEIR USE WAS APPROVED 1. Entry of Goods in the Customs Area Article 40 Customs Border Crossings (1) Goods shall enter and exit from the customs area at customs border crossings. (2) The Government of the Republic of Macedonia shall determine the customs border crossings and their classification. (...) Article 56 Illegal Entry of Customs Goods If, upon request from the customs authorities, goods in customs custody cannot be presented for inspection to the customs authorities, such goods shall be deemed to have illegally entered the territory of the Republic of Macedonia.
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Score: 920597.9 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/mkd_e/WTACCMKD12A1_LEG_1.pdf
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Customs unions, free-trade areas, and interim agreements leading to the formation of a customs union or free-trade area, to be consistent with Article XXIV, must satisfy, inter alia , the provisions of paragraphs 5, 6, 7 and 8 of that Article. (...) The evaluation under paragraph 5(a) of Article XXIV of the general incidence of the duties and other regulations of commerce applicable before and after the formation of a customs union shall in respect of duties and charges be based upon an overall assessment of weighted average tariff rates and of customs duties collected. (...) GATT 1994 imposes no obligation on Members benefiting from a reduction of duties consequent upon the formation of a customs union, or an interim agreement leading to the formation of a customs union, to provide compensatory adjustment to its constituents.
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Score: 919593.5 - https://www.wto.org/english/tratop_e/region_e/regatt_e.htm
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