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Antigua y Barbuda Argentina a. Decreto No. Secciones y del Acta Aduanera. Ley de Aduanas Parcialmente. Procedimiento administrativo Bolivia a. Se estima a fines del Ley No. IN , 31 diciembre Decreto del Consejo P. Decreto de No existe tratamiento especial para documentos publicitarios.
No Respecto del elemento primario No. Costa Rica a. Decreto Ejecutivo No. No Dominica a. Ecuador a. No existe un manual de procedimientos aduaneros para las importaciones de documentos publicitarios.
No hay plazo definido por modificaciones legislativas que deben hacerse. El Salvador a. Estados Unidos a. USC 66,, , ; , , , HTS Nota General Cambios procedimientos administrativos. Secciones de la Ley Aduanera Se implementa por medio del Art. Acta Aduanera de Jamaica. El Acta Aduanera de Jamaica. No aplica. No aplica b. No se requiere. Yes b. There is no distinction. Cabinet Decree No. Decree No. The temporary importation of tools and equipment necessary for carrying out the functions or activities of professionals and technical personnel who enter to provide services to a company is under consideration.
There is no distinction, it is only indicated as explained above. It only lists the goods that do not require a guarantee; in addition, promotional documents are not listed.
Supreme Decree No. Streamlined procedures are established for the temporary import of goods into the country. There is a maximum period of 12 months for the temporary entry of goods. Yes, General Customs Law, Art. Supreme Decree EF, Art. Yes Law No. According to Law No.
Law No. Kitts y Nevis Yes. Customs Control and Management Act No. Customs Tariff Act No. Lucia a. Vincent and the Grenadines -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Suriname a.
Technical assistance required preferably in Dutch language. See answer Measure 1 i. Trinidad and Tobago a. No Section 40 of Customs Act, Chapter Section 40 of Customs Act, Chapter Executive decision. Uruguay Partially. The National Customs Administration has not implemented a specific procedure for the entry of promotional documents and other items related to business travel. There are other rules governing temporary admission relating to other items or other subjects.
See answer to Measure 1 i. Venezuela a. Not specified No. As can be appreciated, it is a Suspension Regime of a general nature, not solely for promotional documents. No distinction is established between goods that accompany the business traveler and those that do not. It is not required that the interested party present a guarantee for the amount of the import duties owed, and the corresponding payment of fees for Customs Services is required.
Order No. Measure 2. Provide for pre-arrival processing of information and data related to express shipments iii. Permit submission of a single manifest covering all of the goods in the shipment by the express service company, through electronic or other means iv. In normal circumstances, express shipments should be released by customs authorities within 6 hours of the submission of necessary customs documentation provided the goods have arrived vi.
Technical Assistance? Is it Implemented? Antigua and Barbuda Argentina Yes. No Date to be defined No Yes. Section of Customs Act. Required to provide upgraded electronic processing of information in terms of acquisition of the software and training in the use of the software. Customs Act. Mainly in the area of computer software. Section of the Customs Act Yes. Section 8 of Customs Act. Drafting amendment to existing law required.
Procedures and Customs Law. Technical and legal drafting for amendment on the law. Departmental policy. Estimated for the end of IN 57, Oct. IN of December 20, Resolution of , Chap.
III, Number 8. Tariff Law, Article 37; Resolution of , Chap. With supporting documentation. Resolution No. Decree of Assistance is needed for implementing a monitoring computer program, at some of the customs administrations, which is compatible with the Century XXI Customs System.
In the near future, digital signatures will be used. Based on the results of such assessment, a second stage will be involved, to develop the necessary computer systems. Estimated implementation by Technical and economic assistance for reviewing legislation and current procedure, in order to develop software and acquire equipment to implement this measure.
Yes, because the necessary technological platform is not in place.
Decreto Supremo Nº 121-96-EF Reglamento de la Ley General de Aduanas. 23-XII-1996