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New Zealand’s Border Protection Notice System trounces the fake trade
31-10-2007

The New Zealand Customs Service (NZCS) regularly intercepts counterfeit and pirated goods at the border. Between 1997 and 2007, NZCS removed about 1.1 million counterfeit goods from the market. Customs officers intercept these items at airports, ports and the International Mail Centre in Auckland.

illicit trade
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New Zealand’s Border Protection Notice System trounces the fake trade
31-10-2007

The New Zealand Customs Service (NZCS) regularly intercepts counterfeit and pirated goods at the border. Between 1997 and 2007, NZCS removed about 1.1 million counterfeit goods from the market. Customs officers intercept these items at airports, ports and the International Mail Centre in Auckland.

illicit trade
en, fr
Counterfeiting, the internet and the postal dilemma
31-10-2007

In an era of virtual worlds where everything is just one click away, the flow of postal packages is intensifying with the development of internet sales, and this is not making the task of Customs services any easier, particularly when it comes to combating counterfeiting and piracy.

e-commerce, illicit trade
en, fr
Counterfeiting, the internet and the postal dilemma
31-10-2007

In an era of virtual worlds where everything is just one click away, the flow of postal packages is intensifying with the development of internet sales, and this is not making the task of Customs services any easier, particularly when it comes to combating counterfeiting and piracy.

e-commerce, illicit trade
en, fr
At last, the first mutual recognition agreement!
31-10-2007

Mutual recognition, a key concept in the WCO SAFE Framework of Standards to secure and facilitate global trade, became a reality on Friday 29 June 2007 when New Zealand Customs Service (NZCS) Comptroller, Martyn Dunne, and United States Customs and Border Protection (USCBP) Commissioner, W. Ralph Basham, signed a bilateral supply chain security Mutual Recognition Arrangement (MRA). The ceremony was witnessed by Members of the Council - the WCO’s supreme decision-making body - who had gathered in Brussels at the Organization’s headquarters for their annual sessions.

AEO
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At last, the first mutual recognition agreement!
31-10-2007

Mutual recognition, a key concept in the WCO SAFE Framework of Standards to secure and facilitate global trade, became a reality on Friday 29 June 2007 when New Zealand Customs Service (NZCS) Comptroller, Martyn Dunne, and United States Customs and Border Protection (USCBP) Commissioner, W. Ralph Basham, signed a bilateral supply chain security Mutual Recognition Arrangement (MRA). The ceremony was witnessed by Members of the Council - the WCO’s supreme decision-making body - who had gathered in Brussels at the Organization’s headquarters for their annual sessions.

AEO
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Customs administration of Kazakhstan
31-10-2007

The Customs authority carries out the following tasks: • Participates in the development and execution of Customs policy; • Ensures, within the limits of its authority, the economic safety and sovereignty of the country; • Ensures compliance with Customs and other legislation;

customs and other authorities
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Customs administration of Kazakhstan
31-10-2007

The Customs authority carries out the following tasks: • Participates in the development and execution of Customs policy; • Ensures, within the limits of its authority, the economic safety and sovereignty of the country; • Ensures compliance with Customs and other legislation;

customs and other authorities
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The President of BASC briefs us…
31-10-2007

The World BASC (Business Alliance for Secure Commerce) Organization (WBO) is a private sector/Customs partnership that was established to promote the security of international trade in co-operation with governments and international organisations. It is a non-profit organisation, constituted in the State of Delaware, USA, with over 2000 member companies in 16 countries throughout South and North America.

AEO, customs and other authorities
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The President of BASC briefs us…
31-10-2007

The World BASC (Business Alliance for Secure Commerce) Organization (WBO) is a private sector/Customs partnership that was established to promote the security of international trade in co-operation with governments and international organisations. It is a non-profit organisation, constituted in the State of Delaware, USA, with over 2000 member companies in 16 countries throughout South and North America.

AEO, customs and other authorities
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Look-alikes, counterfeits in disguise?
31-10-2007

Today’s consumers are constantly prowling around to see what's new on the market. The quest to satisfy these consumers drives innovators to create new products at an ever increasing rate. Imitators are just as eager to relieve these consumers of their hard-earned cash and they do this by copying branded products but not slavishly, just enough to confuse the consumer into thinking this is the real thing or it looks so similar it's probably "almost" the real thing and anyway the price is good. Look-alikes are disguised to deceive, but aren't these the same tactics used by counterfeiters and pirates?

illicit trade
en, fr
Look-alikes, counterfeits in disguise?
31-10-2007

Today’s consumers are constantly prowling around to see what's new on the market. The quest to satisfy these consumers drives innovators to create new products at an ever increasing rate. Imitators are just as eager to relieve these consumers of their hard-earned cash and they do this by copying branded products but not slavishly, just enough to confuse the consumer into thinking this is the real thing or it looks so similar it's probably "almost" the real thing and anyway the price is good. Look-alikes are disguised to deceive, but aren't these the same tactics used by counterfeiters and pirates?

illicit trade
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The 109th/110th sessions of the Council
31-10-2007

The 109th/110th sessions of the Council were characterised by vibrant discussions, influential decisions and a host of nominations, not forgetting the election of a new Director of Tariff and Trade Affairs. Buoyed by this year’s event which also touched on future directions for the WCO and its members, the WCO News editorial team have attempted to provide a summary both in text and in pictures to capture this annual three-day meeting.

customs and other authorities
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The 109th/110th sessions of the Council
31-10-2007

The 109th/110th sessions of the Council were characterised by vibrant discussions, influential decisions and a host of nominations, not forgetting the election of a new Director of Tariff and Trade Affairs. Buoyed by this year’s event which also touched on future directions for the WCO and its members, the WCO News editorial team have attempted to provide a summary both in text and in pictures to capture this annual three-day meeting.

customs and other authorities
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The WCO and the World Free Zone Convention join forces
31-10-2007

The WFZC - World Free Zone Convention - hosted an international conference in Brussels from 5-6 June 2007 with the support of the WCO. The event focused on a number of pertinent issues related to economic zones around the world and their impact on world trade.

storage
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The WCO and the World Free Zone Convention join forces
31-10-2007

The WFZC - World Free Zone Convention - hosted an international conference in Brussels from 5-6 June 2007 with the support of the WCO. The event focused on a number of pertinent issues related to economic zones around the world and their impact on world trade.

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