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carnet

a customs licence authorizing temporary importation; an official document permitting the crossing of frontiers.
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Networking specialist Cisco (Nasdaq:CSCO) announced today that the Croatian Academic and Research Network (CARNet) has extended its network to connect an additional 1,300 schools across Croatia using Cisco IP Next Generation Network (IP NGN) equipment.
Carnets require that the goods be specifically identified by some means such as serial numbers.
A Carnet is considered by experts to be the best way to export goods on a temporary basis.
Items such as paints, cleaning materials, food, leaflets, and other consumable items that are either given away, disposed of, or used abroad are excluded from the carnet system.
More than 35,000 operators are authorized to use the TIR system and in 2016 around 1.5 million TIR Carnets were issued.
An ATA Carnet is a merchandise passport that allow traders, exhibitors and business travellers to visit several countries with their products without paying value-added tax or customs duties in each country visited, as long as the goods return to the country of origin within a year.
MANAMA: Bahrain Chamber of Commerce and Industry has called on all traders and business owners to apply for ATA Carnet, an international customs document which permits duty-free and tax-free temporary imports of goods for up to one year.
The Saudi Chambers of Commerce & Industry (SCCI) sent a three-member delegation to UAE recently to study the implementation of the ATA Carnet system, according to a Dubai Chamber of Commerce & Industry (DCCI) senior official.
Summary: DUBAI -- The implementation of ATA Carnet system, an international customs document that permits temporary duty-free and tax-free import of goods, will help boost businesses while making Dubai the first choice for exhibitors, Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry said.