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Laivo eksploatavimo atliekų įvežimas
31-10-2019

Ar laivo eksploatavimo atliekoms – ramsčiams, profiliams ir panašiam metalo laužui, naudotam krovinio sukrovimui - turi būti įforminama importo procedūra? Kokie reikalavimai taikomi tokių atliekų įvežimui?

procedures and declarations
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Laivo eksploatavimo atliekų įvežimas
31-10-2019

Ar laivo eksploatavimo atliekoms – ramsčiams, profiliams ir panašiam metalo laužui, naudotam krovinio sukrovimui - turi būti įforminama importo procedūra? Kokie reikalavimai taikomi tokių atliekų įvežimui?

procedures and declarations
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Mokymai ir 1-oji Muitinės praktikų konferencija!
31-10-2019

2019.11.21 Klaipėdoje mokymai ekspeditoriams „Muitinės formalumai Klaipėdos uoste“; 2019.12.05 Vilniuje Muitinės praktikų asociacija rengia 1-ąją Muitinės praktikų konferenciją!; Pasaulio muitinių organizacijos akademija; „Muita“ seminarų įrašai.

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Mokymai ir 1-oji Muitinės praktikų konferencija!
31-10-2019

2019.11.21 Klaipėdoje mokymai ekspeditoriams „Muitinės formalumai Klaipėdos uoste“; 2019.12.05 Vilniuje Muitinės praktikų asociacija rengia 1-ąją Muitinės praktikų konferenciją!; Pasaulio muitinių organizacijos akademija; „Muita“ seminarų įrašai.

en, fr
UNODC-WCO Container Control Programme: 15 years old and still going strong
25-10-2019

Identifying shipments containing prohibited or smuggled goods is somewhat like searching for the proverbial “needle in a haystack” for Customs officers. Let’s keep this image in mind: modern container ships are like massive “haystacks,” each carrying up to 20,000 containers. It’s the same with planes: while the volume of goods they carry is less impressive, it is still substantial, and the rise of e-commerce has generated fleets of all-cargo aircraft carrying thousands of individual parcels across the globe.

Norbert Steilen

illicit trade, fraud
en, fr
UNODC-WCO Container Control Programme: 15 years old and still going strong
25-10-2019

Identifying shipments containing prohibited or smuggled goods is somewhat like searching for the proverbial “needle in a haystack” for Customs officers. Let’s keep this image in mind: modern container ships are like massive “haystacks,” each carrying up to 20,000 containers. It’s the same with planes: while the volume of goods they carry is less impressive, it is still substantial, and the rise of e-commerce has generated fleets of all-cargo aircraft carrying thousands of individual parcels across the globe.

Norbert Steilen

illicit trade, fraud
en, fr
WCO Data Model: understanding the WCO’s key data harmonization and standardization tool for cross-border regulatory processes
25-10-2019

The availability of quality and timely electronic data in a standardized and harmonized manner underpins the effective use of information and communication technologies (ICT) for modern border procedures. Some of the common challenges relating to data requirements for various Customs and border clearance processes include redundancy, proprietary or bespoke standards, poor structure and definition, and fragmented or excessive data requirements.

electronic systems
en, fr
WCO Data Model: understanding the WCO’s key data harmonization and standardization tool for cross-border regulatory processes
25-10-2019

The availability of quality and timely electronic data in a standardized and harmonized manner underpins the effective use of information and communication technologies (ICT) for modern border procedures. Some of the common challenges relating to data requirements for various Customs and border clearance processes include redundancy, proprietary or bespoke standards, poor structure and definition, and fragmented or excessive data requirements.

electronic systems
en, fr
Reflections on WCO Members’ priorities
25-10-2019

At the 2019 WCO Council Sessions, Members endorsed a new Strategic Plan for the 2019-2022 period, comprising nine priorities that the WCO Secretariat should focus on: Coordinated Border Management, Safety and Security, the Revised Kyoto Convention, E-Commerce, the Harmonized System, the Capacity Building Strategy, Performance Measurement, Integrity, and Digital Customs and Data Analytics. In this article, I will take up each of these topics in turn, explaining what we have recently done in these areas, and what is yet to come.

Kunio Mikuriya

customs administrations; organisations
en, fr
Reflections on WCO Members’ priorities
25-10-2019

At the 2019 WCO Council Sessions, Members endorsed a new Strategic Plan for the 2019-2022 period, comprising nine priorities that the WCO Secretariat should focus on: Coordinated Border Management, Safety and Security, the Revised Kyoto Convention, E-Commerce, the Harmonized System, the Capacity Building Strategy, Performance Measurement, Integrity, and Digital Customs and Data Analytics. In this article, I will take up each of these topics in turn, explaining what we have recently done in these areas, and what is yet to come.

Kunio Mikuriya

customs administrations; organisations
en, fr
Tariff and Trade Affairs
25-10-2019

The WCO continued to assist its Members in implementing the Revenue Package, which provides guidance and best practices for improving the efficiency and effectiveness of revenue collection, as well as in implementing an advance ruling system for classification and origin, as required under the World Trade Organization’s (WTO) Trade Facilitation Agreement (TFA).

international agreements, etc.
en, fr
Tariff and Trade Affairs
25-10-2019

The WCO continued to assist its Members in implementing the Revenue Package, which provides guidance and best practices for improving the efficiency and effectiveness of revenue collection, as well as in implementing an advance ruling system for classification and origin, as required under the World Trade Organization’s (WTO) Trade Facilitation Agreement (TFA).

international agreements, etc.
en, fr
Procedures and Facilitation
25-10-2019

The TFA entered into force on 22 February 2017. Since its launch in June 2014, the Mercator Programme has been the WCO’s strategic initiative aimed at assisting governments worldwide in implementing the TFA in an expeditious and consistent manner by applying WCO instruments and tools, as the TFA’s provisions relate, to a large extent, to Customs procedures.

international agreements, etc.
en, fr
Procedures and Facilitation
25-10-2019

The TFA entered into force on 22 February 2017. Since its launch in June 2014, the Mercator Programme has been the WCO’s strategic initiative aimed at assisting governments worldwide in implementing the TFA in an expeditious and consistent manner by applying WCO instruments and tools, as the TFA’s provisions relate, to a large extent, to Customs procedures.

international agreements, etc.
en, fr
Capacity Building
25-10-2019

Since its launch in June 2014, the Mercator Programme has become the WCO’s flagship capacity building programme aimed at assisting Member administrations implement the WTO Trade Facilitation Agreement (TFA) in a uniform manner. The Programme promotes harmonized implementation, provides “tailor-made” technical assistance and capacity building, and facilitates effective coordination amongst all interested stakeholders.

international agreements, etc.
en, fr
Capacity Building
25-10-2019

Since its launch in June 2014, the Mercator Programme has become the WCO’s flagship capacity building programme aimed at assisting Member administrations implement the WTO Trade Facilitation Agreement (TFA) in a uniform manner. The Programme promotes harmonized implementation, provides “tailor-made” technical assistance and capacity building, and facilitates effective coordination amongst all interested stakeholders.

international agreements, etc.
en, fr
Key points from the WCO’s newly-launched technology event
25-10-2019

In June 2019, experts in Customs, trade, transport, logistics and technology gathered in Baku, Azerbaijan, to discuss matters relating to the various technologies used to manage flows of goods, people and means of conveyance across borders, with a focus on both technological products, services and tools that are primarily physical and those that derive their primary value from data.

Laure Tempier

electronic systems
en, fr
Key points from the WCO’s newly-launched technology event
25-10-2019

In June 2019, experts in Customs, trade, transport, logistics and technology gathered in Baku, Azerbaijan, to discuss matters relating to the various technologies used to manage flows of goods, people and means of conveyance across borders, with a focus on both technological products, services and tools that are primarily physical and those that derive their primary value from data.

Laure Tempier

electronic systems
en, fr
Dubai Customs uses artificial intelligence to boost productivity
25-10-2019

Improving workplace productivity and helping people get their jobs done efficiently is critical for Customs administrations that have to deal with an increase in the number of cross-border movements, be it cargo or people.

electronic systems
en, fr
Dubai Customs uses artificial intelligence to boost productivity
25-10-2019

Improving workplace productivity and helping people get their jobs done efficiently is critical for Customs administrations that have to deal with an increase in the number of cross-border movements, be it cargo or people.

electronic systems
en, fr
Botswana’s perspective on ensuring business continuity when transitioning from its Customs IT system to a more comprehensive national trade platform
25-10-2019

The Botswana Unified Revenue Service recently implemented a new, modern IT system to manage their foreign trade operations. The migration from the old to the new system had to be smooth to ensure business continuity. This article presents the rationale behind the migration, looks at the challenges and lessons learned from the process, and highlights the benefits that accrued to the government and the trade community.

electronic systems
en, fr
Botswana’s perspective on ensuring business continuity when transitioning from its Customs IT system to a more comprehensive national trade platform
25-10-2019

The Botswana Unified Revenue Service recently implemented a new, modern IT system to manage their foreign trade operations. The migration from the old to the new system had to be smooth to ensure business continuity. This article presents the rationale behind the migration, looks at the challenges and lessons learned from the process, and highlights the benefits that accrued to the government and the trade community.

electronic systems
en, fr, lt
Controlling dual-use goods in a transit country: Lithuania’s experience
25-10-2019

Export controls are inherently challenging to implement, and no country has a perfect or fool-proof system. In this article, the Customs Department of Lithuania shares information about the specific challenges that the country is facing with dual-use goods, and the latest actions that have been taken to mitigate risks and improve compliance by trade operators.

Rolandas Jurgaitis, Enrika Naujokė

export control
en, fr, lt
Controlling dual-use goods in a transit country: Lithuania’s experience
25-10-2019

Export controls are inherently challenging to implement, and no country has a perfect or fool-proof system. In this article, the Customs Department of Lithuania shares information about the specific challenges that the country is facing with dual-use goods, and the latest actions that have been taken to mitigate risks and improve compliance by trade operators.

Rolandas Jurgaitis, Enrika Naujokė

export control
en, fr
Russian businesses commit to creating a better trade environment
24-10-2019

A new tool has been developed in Russia to help create an enabling trade environment: the “Charter on Fair Participation in Foreign Economic Activity.” The Charter is the result of a series of complex consultations between government and business representatives on how the latter can back up government efforts to enhance the trade environment and, in particular, support the Russian Federal Customs Service (FCS) in the implementation of specific measures, known as the “10 Steps to Meet Business.”

customs controls
en, fr
Russian businesses commit to creating a better trade environment
24-10-2019

A new tool has been developed in Russia to help create an enabling trade environment: the “Charter on Fair Participation in Foreign Economic Activity.” The Charter is the result of a series of complex consultations between government and business representatives on how the latter can back up government efforts to enhance the trade environment and, in particular, support the Russian Federal Customs Service (FCS) in the implementation of specific measures, known as the “10 Steps to Meet Business.”

customs controls
en, fr
E-commerce security and safety concerns require forceful action
24-10-2019

The flow of consignments delivered by postal operators or express courier services, sometimes over borders, is increasing at a rapid rate. Most of the consignments are small and generally of “low value.” The fact that the value is low often means not only are they exempt from duties, but also that only minimal information is required to be provided when the goods enter a country. The situation compromises Customs enforcement capacities to protect society from security and safety risks.

e-commerce
en, fr
E-commerce security and safety concerns require forceful action
24-10-2019

The flow of consignments delivered by postal operators or express courier services, sometimes over borders, is increasing at a rapid rate. Most of the consignments are small and generally of “low value.” The fact that the value is low often means not only are they exempt from duties, but also that only minimal information is required to be provided when the goods enter a country. The situation compromises Customs enforcement capacities to protect society from security and safety risks.

e-commerce
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LR teisės aktų pakeitimų apžvalga 2019.08.30 - 2019.09.30
30-09-2019

Priimti: privalomosios tarifinės informacijos sprendimų priėmimo taisyklės; dėl žodinę deklaraciją papildančio dokumento pateikimo. Keičiami: dėl Muitinės informacinių sistemų duomenų saugos nuostatų patvirtinimo; elektroninių paslaugų portalo taisyklės. Neteko galios: dėl privalomosios tarifinės informacijos sprendimų priėmimo taisyklių patvirtinimo.

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LR teisės aktų pakeitimų apžvalga 2019.08.30 - 2019.09.30
30-09-2019

Priimti: privalomosios tarifinės informacijos sprendimų priėmimo taisyklės; dėl žodinę deklaraciją papildančio dokumento pateikimo. Keičiami: dėl Muitinės informacinių sistemų duomenų saugos nuostatų patvirtinimo; elektroninių paslaugų portalo taisyklės. Neteko galios: dėl privalomosios tarifinės informacijos sprendimų priėmimo taisyklių patvirtinimo.

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ES ir pasaulio aktualijos 2019.08.30-2019.09.30
30-09-2019

PMO dokumentas apie laisvąsias zonas; Sąjungos muitinės kodekso Įgyvendinimo akto pakeitimai; tarifinis klasifikavimas: šiaurietiškų lazdų antgaliai, maišai drabužių transportavimui, laikina pavėsinė; antidempingas: plieno produktai, persulfatai; pasirengimo Brexit kontrolinis sąrašas verslui.

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ES ir pasaulio aktualijos 2019.08.30-2019.09.30
30-09-2019

PMO dokumentas apie laisvąsias zonas; Sąjungos muitinės kodekso Įgyvendinimo akto pakeitimai; tarifinis klasifikavimas: šiaurietiškų lazdų antgaliai, maišai drabužių transportavimui, laikina pavėsinė; antidempingas: plieno produktai, persulfatai; pasirengimo Brexit kontrolinis sąrašas verslui.

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