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  • 81 Customs and Monetary Union — World trade A series on Trade …

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  • 82 Customs Marine Unit (Australia) — The Bay class patrol boat Australian Customs Vessel (ACV) Storm Bay …

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  • 83 Customs Modernization Act — The Customs Modernization Act (Pub.L. 103 182, 107 Stat. 2057, December 8, 1993), formally Title VI of the North American Free Trade Agreement Implementation Act, commonly known as the Mod Act , amended the Tariff Act of 1930 and… …

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  • 84 Customs area — Southern edge (customs border) of Captain Cook wharf, Ports of Auckland, New Zealand. An electric fence is faintly visible behind the historical fence. A customs area is an area designated for storage of commercial goods that have not yet cleared …

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  • 85 Customs duties in the United States — The United States imposes tariffs or customs duties on imports of goods. The duty is levied at the time of import and is paid by the importer of record. Customs duties vary by country of origin and product. Goods from many countries are exempt… …

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  • 86 Customs and Border Protection — U.S. Customs and Border Protection Staatliche Ebene Bundesbehörde der Vereinigten Staaten (Agency of the United States government) Stellung der Behörde Bundespolizeibehörde der Vereinigten Staaten als Specialist law enforcement agency of the… …

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  • 87 customs union — An agreement by two or more countries to erect a common external tariff and to abolish restrictions on trade among members. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary The merger of two or more customs territories with the effect that (Art. XXIV GATT and Art …

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  • 88 customs union — an association of independent nations or tariff areas created to remove customs barriers between them and to adopt a uniform tariff policy toward nonmember nations. * * * Trade agreement by which a group of countries charges a common set of… …

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  • 89 customs declaration — The act whereby a person indicates the wish to place goods under one of the customs procedures provided for by the Community Customs Code (Arts 4 (17), 59 78 CC) EU Customs Glossary * * * customs declaration customs declaration ➔ declaration * *… …

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  • 90 Customs war — World trade A series on Trade …

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  • 91 Customs Code of Russia — The Russian Customs Code is the law that regulates customs for Russia. The new Customs Code of the Russian Federation was adopted on May 14, 2003 to substitute the old one dated back to 1993. The need to adopt a new Code arose from the problem of …

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  • 92 Customs, Excise and Service Tax Appellate Tribunal — CESTAT Emblem of India Organization Establishment 1982 Country India Appointees Ind …

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  • 93 customs broker — An individual or firm licensed by customs authorities to enter and clear imported goods through customs. The broker represents the importer in dealings with the customs authorities. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary * * * customs broker ˈcustoms… …

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  • 94 customs procedures with economic impact — The following customs procedures require an authorisation and in some situations an evaluation of their economic impact (Art. 84 (1) ( b) CC): EU Customs Glossary • customs warehousing, EU Customs Glossary • inward processing, EU Customs Glossary …

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  • 95 Customs Union — The Customs Territories of the European Union ( EU), Turkey, San Marino and Andorra. The unions between the European Union and these countries enable most goods in free circulation to move freely between them without the need to claim import duty …

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  • 96 Customs Trade Partnership against Terrorism — The Customs Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C TPAT) is a voluntary supply chain security program led by U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) and focused on improving the security of private companies supply chains with respect to… …

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  • 97 Customs airport — A customs airport is an airport notified by the appropriate customs authority of the country as an airport which shall be airports for the unloading of imported goods and the loading of export goods or any class of such goods. Such places the… …

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  • 98 Customs union — An agreement by two or more countries to erect a common external tariff and to abolish restrictions on trade among members. The New York Times Financial Glossary * * * customs union ˈcustoms ˌunion noun [countable usually singular] COMMERCE an… …

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  • 99 Customs Regulation 1383/2003 — EU regulation title=Regulation concerning customs action against goods suspected of infringing certain intellectual property rights and the measures to be taken against goods found to have infringed such rights number= (EC) No 3295/94… …

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  • 100 Customs Department FC — Football club infobox clubname = Customs Department FC สโมสรฟุตบอลกรมศุลกากร fullname = Customs Department Football Club nickname = Singha Jao dan founded = 1954 ground = Kasem Bundit University Stadium Bangkok, Thailand capacity = 2,000 chairman …

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