Customs Duties

Some articles on customs, customs duties:

List Of Statutory Instruments Of The United Kingdom, 1987 - 2101-2200
1987/2102 Customs and Excise (Community Transit) (No. 1987/2105 Customs Duties (Repeals) (Revocation of Savings) Order 1987 S.I. 1987/2124 Customs Duties (ECSC) (Quota and Other Reliefs) Order 1987 S.I ...
Swedish Customs Service - History
... Customs duties have existed in Sweden since the twelfth century, and the current organisation was created in 1636 ... The first Collector-General or Head of Customs was Mårten Augustinsson ... Customs duties, known as "fiscal tolls", were first introduced to raise revenue for the state ...
Taxation In Australia - Forms of Taxes and Excises, Both Federal and State - Customs Duties
... Customs duties are imposed on many imported goods such as alcohol, tobacco products, perfume, and other items ...
List Of European Court Of Justice Rulings - Internal Market - Free Movement of Goods - Customs Duties and Equivalent Charges
... Articles 23 and 25 EC prohibit as between Member States all "customs duties on imports and exports and of all charges having equivalent effect" ... The prohibition in Article 25 also applies to customs duties of a fiscal nature ... Italian statistical data´) 24/68 ECR 193 Customs charges are prohibited because "any pecuniary charge, however small, imposed on goods by reason of ...
Pratica Della Mercatura - Outline of Contents - Routes and Trading Cities
... by Italian merchants the imports and exports of various important commercial regions the business customs prevalent in each of those regions and the comparative value of the leading moneys, weights and measures ... are lists of the main commodities with details of weights and measures, laws and customs of trade, pricing, customs duties ... Merchants of the Compagnia dei Bardi were exempt from customs duties at Ayas Acri di Soria Allessandria Damietta Cipri, chiefly Famagosta di Cipri ...

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