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carnet

a customs licence authorizing temporary importation; an official document permitting the crossing of frontiers.
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for temporary export into a country, which is a signatory to the conventions governing ATA Carnets.
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.
De son cote, Fraj Ali, directeur general du transport terrestre au ministere du transport a signale que la Tunisie a ratifie depuis 1977 la convention douaniere relative au transport international de marchandises sous le couvert de carnets TIR (convention TIR) de 1975.
In the first quarter of 2015, the number of ATA Carnets issued and received in the UAE jumped 70 per cent compared to the same period in 2014, Hamad Bu Amim, president and CEO of Dubai Chamber, said on Tuesday at a ceremony organised by the chamber to celebrated the fifth anniversary of the launch of the ATA Carnet System in the UAE.
As the leading experts of UK ATA Carnets, Cops Docs has designed the new website to be a portal for carnet information by supplying a wealth of ATA carnet knowledge, resources, useful links and answers to frequently asked questions.
ATCUAE is already an active member of the IRU, having been appointed by the National Transport Authority (NTA) to issue TIR Carnets for truck operators.
Appointed by the NTA as the official authority in the UAE to issue TIR Carnets for truck operators, the ATCUAE is already an active member of the IRU, and has been in discussions with the Federal Government for several months towards implementing the system in the UAE, it said.
ATA carnets reduce paperwork and costs for business people, he added.
The Customs Convention on the International Transport of Goods under TIR Carnets (TIR Convention) was signed in Geneva (Switzerland) on November 14, 1975.
Administered by the World Chambers Federation (WCF) of the Paris-based International Chamber of Commerce, (ICC), currently there are more than 70 countries in the global network of ATA Carnets.
As per the accord, the ATCUAE has become legally authorised to issue Carnet de Passage en Douane (CPDs) or "trip tickets" for motorists, as well as TIR Carnets (a customs transit document), the international equivalent for truck operators, and International Driving Permits (IDPs).
for temporary export into a country which is a signatory to the conventions governing ATA Carnets.