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Convention establishing a Customs Co-operation Council, Brussels, 15 December, 1950.

European Customs Union Study Group.

Convention establishing a Customs Co-operation Council, Brussels, 15 December, 1950.

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Published by Dept. of Information in [Valletta] Malta .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Customs Co-operation Council.

  • Edition Notes

    Series[Malta] Treaty series,, no. 117
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsJX626 1954 .M3 no. 117
    The Physical Object
    Pagination19 p.
    Number of Pages19
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5192168M
    LC Control Number75012932


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Convention establishing a Customs Co-operation Council, Brussels, 15 December, 1950. by European Customs Union Study Group. Download PDF EPUB FB2

ESTABLISHING A CUSTOMS CO-OPERATION COUNCIL signed in Brussels on Decem came into force on November 4, The Governments signatory to the present Convention, Considering it advisable to secure the highest degree of harmony and uniformity in their Customs systems and especially to study the problems inherent in the development.

Convention Establishing a Customs Co-operation Council (CCC) Done at: Brussels. Date enacted: In force: (Decem ) in the English and French languages, both texts being equally authentic, in a single original, which shall be deposited in the archives of the Government of Belgium which shall transmit.

Convention establishing a Customs Co-operation Council ** Signed in Brussels on 15 Decemberentered into force on 4 November SGE1a: International Convention on the Harmonized Commodity Description and Coding System ** Entered into force on 1 January NGE1a. Convention establishing a Customs Co-operation Council (CCC) signed in Brussels on 15 Decemberentered into force on 4 November In the Council agreed to adopt the working name ‘World Customs Organization’ to better.

Recommendation of the Customs Co-operation Council concerning the amendment of the Convention establishing a Customs Co-operation Council (concluded at Brussels on 15 December ) recommended by the Council at its th / th Sessions in June Brussels, 30 June [The Recommendation has not been accepted by the United Kingdom]File Size: 81KB.

The WCO Council is a body set up by an agreement, namely the Convention Establishing a Customs Cooperation Council of 15 December It is the body responsible, under the International Convention on the Harmonized Commodity Description and Coding System, for issuing recommendations to the Contracting Parties for amending this Convention.

(/) the term " the Council " means the Organisation set up by the Convention establishing a Customs Co-operation Council, done at Brussels on 15th December, ^. Convention establishing a Customs Co-operation Council, done at Brussels on 15 December ('); (h) the term "Permanent Technical Committee " means the Permanent.

Convention on nomenclature for the classification of goods in customs tariffs (Brussels, 15 December ) and protocol of amendment (Brussels, 1 July ).

Entry into force for Australia: 18 July / Department of Foreign Affairs Australian Government Publishing Service Canberra Australian/Harvard Citation. The Customs Co-operation Council* (C.C.C.) was established by a Convention signed in Brussels 15 December 15 th December Under the terms of that Convention, the functions of the Council are: (a) To study all questions relating to co-operation in customs Size: 1MB.

Article 1. For the purposes of this Convention: (a) The term "the Council" means the Organization set up by the Con vention establishing a Customs Co-operation Council, done at Brussels on 15 December ;1 (b) The term "Permanent Technical Committee" means the Permanent Technical Committee of the Council.

This work of ECUSG led to the adoption in of the Convention establishing the Customs Co-operation Council (CCC), which was signed in Brussels. On Januthe CCC’s inaugural session took place with the participation of 17 founding on: Brussels, Belgium.

- DecemBrussels - Novem Convention Establishing a Customs Co-operation Council. May Septem 2 - JBrussels - Janu International Convention on the Harmonized Commodity Description and Coding System. Septem (WCO) Janu 3 -Kyoto. Convention establishing a Customs Co-operation Council (Brussels, 15 December ), entered into force 4 November "Packings" Convention Customs Convention on the temporary importation of packings (Brussels, 6 October ), entered into force 15 March by the Convention establishing a Customs Co-operation Council, done at Brussels on 15 December ("Harmonized System").

The Union and Switzerland hereby undertake to accept replacement proofs of origin in the form of replacement certificates of origin Form A ("replacement certificates") issued by the customs authorities of the other Party.

the Organization set up by the Convention establishing a Customs Co-operation Council, Brussels, 15 December ; (h) "ratification" means: ratification, acceptance or approval. CHAPTER II Scope File Size: 1MB. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs presents its compliments to the Honourable Embassy of the Kingdom of Belgium and referring to the latter's Verbal Note N°17/, dated 12 Aprilconcerning the Convention Establishing a Customs Cooperation Council and Annex, done at Brussels on 15 Decemberhas the honour to inform that, in conformity.

Brussels Convention establishing the Customs Co-operation Council (CCC) Protocol of Amendment of the Convention signed in Brussels on Decemfor the Classification of Goods in Customs Tariffs (Brussels Nomenclature Convention).

This document contains the following information: Recommendation of the Customs Co-operation Council concerning the amendment of the Convention establishing a Customs Co-operation Council. (g) The term "the Council" means the organization set up by the Convention establishing a Customs Co-operation Council, done at Brussels on 15 December (h) The term "Permanent Technical Committee" means the Permanent Technical Committee of the Council.

(if) The term "ratification" means ratification, acceptance or Size: KB. The Customs Co-operation Council The Customs Co-operation Council (C.C.C.) now operating as World Customs Organization (WCO) was established by a Convention signed in Brussels on 15 December Under the terms of that Convention, the functions of the council are: (a) To study all questions relating to co-operation in customs matters.

Customs Cooperation Council, in order to indicate more clearly its nature and world-wide status. The convention establishing the Customs Cooperation Council (signed in Brussels, Belgium on Decem ) has not been amended, and the “Customs Cooperation Council” remains the official Size: KB.

Convention on temporary admission (Istanbul 26 June ) Customs Convention on ATA Carnet for the temporary admission of goods (Brussels, 6 December ) Convention establishing a Customs Co-Operation Council (WCO), (Brussels, 15 December ).

(ij) "Council" means the Organization set up by the Convention establishing a Customs Co-operation Council, done at Brussels on 15 December ; (k) "Customs or Economic Union" means a Union constituted by, and composed of.

(h) "Permanent Technical Committee" means the Permanent Technical Committee of the Council; (ij) "Council" means the Organization set up by the Convention establishing a Customs Co-operation Council, done at Brussels on 15 December ; (k) "Customs or Economic Union" means a Union constituted by, and composed of, States which has.

The Customs Co-operation Council (C.C.C.) now operating as World Customs Organization (WCO) was established by a Convention signed in Brussels on 15 December Under the terms of that Convention, the functions of the council are.

the Organization set up by the Convention establishing a Customs Co-operation Council, Brussels, 15 December ; (h) "ratification" means: ratification, acceptance or approval. CHAPTER II Scope of the Convention Article 2 1.

Each Contracting Party undertakes to grant temporary admission, in accordance with the. of goods in customs tariffs, signed at Brussels on 15 December, _____ The Embassy of Ireland presents its compliments to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, External Trade and Development Co-operation and has the honour to refer to the convention on nomenclature for the classification of goods in customs tariffs, signed at Brussels on the term "the Council" means the Organization set up by the Convention establishing a Customs Co-operation Council, done at Brussels on 15 December ; (b) the term "Permanent Technical Committee" means the Permanent Technical Committee of the Council; (c) the term "ratification" means ratification, acceptance or approval ².

led to the adoption in of the Convention Establishing the Customs Co-operation Council (CCC), which was signed in Brussels. On Janu the CCC’s inaugural session took place with the participation of 17 founding members. WCO membership subsequently expanded to cover all regions of the globe.

IntheFile Size: 3MB. Related Instruments: Convention on Temporary Admission (Istanbul, 26 June ) - Customs Convention on ATA Carnet for the Temporary Admission of Goods (Brussels, 6 December ) - Customs Convention on ECS Carnets for Commercial Samples (Brussels, 1 Mars ) - Convention Establishing a Customs Co-Operation Council (WCO), (Brussels, Convention establishing a Customs Co- operation Council Convention on the Harmonized Commodity Description and Coding System Convention on Nomenclature for the classification of goods in Customs tariffs and Protocol of Amendment thereto Customs Convention on ECS carnets for commercial samples Status Signed in Brussels on IS December The Brussels Regime is a set of rules regulating which courts have jurisdiction in legal disputes of a civil or commercial nature between individuals resident in different member states of the European Union (EU) and the European Free Trade Association (EFTA).

It has detailed rules assigning jurisdiction for the dispute to be heard and governs the recognition and enforcement Made by: European Parliament and Council. (f) the term "the Council" means the Organisation set up by the Convention establishing a Customs Co-operation Council, done at Brussels on 15th December, CHAPTER II: SCOPE Article 2:Each Contracting party undertakes to grant temporary admission to:.

Convention on Nomenclature for the Classification of Goods in Customs Tariffs Done at Brussels on 15 December Ireland’s Instrument of Accession deposited with the Convention establishing the Council>> means the Convention establishing the Customs Co-operation Council opened for signature in Brussels on the 15th.

- the Convention between Belgium and the Netherlands on jurisdiction, bankruptcy, and the validity and enforcement of judgments, arbitration awards and authentic instruments, signed at Brussels on 28 March- the Convention between France and Italy on the enforcement of judgments in civil and commercial matters, signed at Rome on 3 June Explanatory Notes to the Brussels Nomenclature, Volume 3 Explanatory Notes to the Brussels Nomenclature, Customs Co-operation Council: Author: Customs Co-operation Council: Edition: 2: Published: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan.

edision de aniversario. DO DOS D DOSSIER OSSIE OS SS SIIE SIE IER ER. The WCO over the years. This is one of three Conventions ("the Brussels Conventions") which. 3 which were signed on 15 Decemberand to which the Republic of South Africa has acceded. The essential aims of the Convention on Nomenclature were: Convention Establishing a Customs Co-operation Council.

the Organization set up by the Convention establishing a Customs Co-operation Council, Brussels, 15 December ; (h) “ratification“ means: ratification, acceptance or approval. dni menjavi in zagotovi visoko stopnjo poenostavitve in uskla-jenosti carinskih postopkov, kar je eden osnovnih ciljev Sveta za carinsko sodelovanje.

European Convention on Customs treatment of pallets used in international transport, Geneva, 9 December ; Customs Convention on the temporary importation of packings, Brussels, 6 October ; Articles 2 to 11 and Annexes 1 (paragraphs 1 and 2) to 3 to the Customs Convention on Containers, Geneva, 2 December Valid in: 78 countries and customs territories (as of 1 .found: HS classification handbook, title page verso ("In June the Council adopted the informal working namd "World Customs Organization (WCO) for the Customs Co-operation Council, in order to indicate more clearly its nature and world-wide status.

The Convention establishing the Organization has not been amended, and "Customs Co-operation Council" .the organization set up by the Convention establishing a Customs Cooperation Council, done at Brussels on 15 December ; El observador del Consejo de Cooperación Aduanera hace uso de la palabra.

The observer for the Customs Cooperation Council made a statement.