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carnet

a. a customs licence authorizing the temporary importation of a motor vehicle
b. an official document permitting motorists to cross certain frontiers
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carnet

A document that permits crossing a frontier by air without customs dues on an aircraft. It also serves as a credit card for purchasing fuel for the aircraft availing other services.
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Dubai: The Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry expects the number of ATA Carnets to be issued and received in the UAE to reach 3,900, representing goods worth Dh2.7 billion.
"The guaranteeing body is entitled to issue Carnets and to authorize local entities to deliver Carnets on its behalf," he said.
Mohammed Ben Sulayem, ATCUAE president, said: "We look forward to reaching similar agreements with the customs authorities in the other Emirates, and hope to be able to fully activate the TIR system in the UAE by the end of the year, and then immediately start issuing TIR carnets."
Lee Ju Song, the Regional Director of International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Asia office and the Chair of the ICC World Chambers Federation International Certificate of Origin Council and a member of the ICC WCF International CO Accreditation Committee, ICC WCF World ATA Carnet Council and ATA Carnet Administrative Committee.
The ATA Carnet is an international customs document that presents duty-free and tax-free temporary importation for goods for up to one year.
The initiative came during Qatar Chamber's meetings at the World Chambers Federation (WCF) in Athens, which discussed the application of electronic COs and the ATA Carnet.
London, United Kingdom, July 25, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Cops Docs Limited, the leading experts in UK ATA Carnets, is excited to announce the launch of their newly redesigned website, copsdocs.co.uk.
joined the worldwide network of countries that accept and issue "ATA carnets".
Malgre une legere progression des ventes par rapport a decembre, les carnets de commandes se seraient maintenus a leur niveau normal.
The Customs Convention on the International Transport of Goods under TIR Carnets (TIR Convention) was signed in Geneva (Switzerland) on November 14, 1975.