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ATA Convention is the expression commonly used to refer to the Customs Convention on the ATA carnet for the temporary admission of goods adopted by the Customs Cooperation Council (now the World Customs Organisation) in Brussels in 1961.
For the purposes of ATA Convention the term "temporary admission" means temporary importation free of import duties in accordance with the conditions laid down by the conventions referred to in the ATA Convention or by the national laws and regulations of the country of importation.
- Topic: legal norms international
- Market: Global