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The valuation of goods for customs purposes 1981 book

The valuation of goods for customs purposes

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The valuation of goods for customs purposes

edition: 1 
ISBN : 9789401745123, 9789401745109 
publisher: Springer Netherlands 
publish year: 1981 
pages: 91 
language: English 
ebook format : PDF (It will be converted to PDF, EPUB OR AZW3 if requested by the user) 
file size: 2 MB 

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Table Of Contents

Front Matter....Pages I-X
Introduction....Pages 1-3
Development of the concept of value....Pages 4-6
Background of the Code....Pages 7-8
The developing countries and the Protocol to the Agreement....Pages 9-10
The status of the Code and the inclusion in national legislation....Pages 11-13
Structure of the Code....Pages 14-16
Administration of the Code and dispute settlement....Pages 17-18
The transaction value of the imported goods....Pages 19-34
The transaction value of identical goods....Pages 35-36
The transaction value of similar goods....Pages 37-37
The deductive value....Pages 38-41
The computed value....Pages 42-44
The flexible valuation method....Pages 45-46
Other methods for customs valuation....Pages 47-48
The Brussels definition of value....Pages 49-51
Differences in valuation between the Code and the Brussels definition of value....Pages 52-53
Back Matter....Pages 54-81

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