The revised Kyoto Agreement promotes trade facilitation and effective controls through its legislation, which details the application of simple but effective procedures. The revised agreement also contains new and binding rules for its application, which all contracting parties must accept without reservation. The Revised Kyoto Agreement (CRK) is the main customs agreement aimed at facilitating trade. It was developed by the World Customs Organization and entered into force on 3 February 2006. It is an update and revision of the International Convention on the Simplification and Harmonization of Customs Procedures (Kyoto), adopted in 1973-1974. The RKC aims to facilitate trade by harmonizing and simplifying customs procedures and practices. To this end, the Convention establishes standards and recommended procedures for modern customs procedures and techniques. The guidelines are a series of explanations of the provisions that highlight some of the possible approaches to the application of standards, transitional standards and recommended practices, in particular by describing best practices and recommending examples of major institutions. The guidelines are available through our bookshop.
CHAPTER 9 INFORMATION, DECISIONS AND DECISIONS BY THE IMPOSITION, COLLECTION AND PAYMENT OF CUSTOMS DUTIES AND TAXES Benefits of the Revised Kyoto Convention | pdf-| 77.19 kb Kyoto 2000: Pathway to Efficiency and Effectiveness in the Customs Environment | pdf-| 28.62 kb The Revised Kyoto Convention (KRDC) amends the Agreement and has become the basis for efficient, predictable and efficient Customs procedures. It aims: If you have written this article and are not yet registered with RePEc, we recommend that you do so here. . . .