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1. What is the difference between to assess and to collect Customs duties?

2. What is the reason for merchandise classification?

3. Why is it necessary to appraise the goods properly?

4. Why are all cargo shipments subject to Customs control?

5. Why is "a free zone" set up?

6. What do you know about bonded warehouses?

7. What are the advantages of the use of drug detector dogs at the Customs?

8. What can collection and analysis of smuggling information result in?

9. Why is it necessary to investigate Customs violations?

10. What is the purpose of laboratory analyses at the Customs?

11. Why is training considered very important?

12. What do you know about Customs brokers?

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1. The assessment of import duties and taxes and collection of revenue is a keystone in every Customs organization.

2. Errors in merchandise classification can not result in improper amounts of duty to be collected.

3. Cargo shipments entering the country are to be supplied with a few documents excluding commercial invoices.

4. Cargo shipments are to be inspected for duty collection only.

5. Goods introduced into a free trade zone are not subject to the usual Customs control.

6. It is the Customs responsibility to pay storage charges

7. Customs brokers must pass an examination and obtain a licence from the Customs central administration.

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to prevent smuggling

to break Customs laws

relief from duty

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merchandise

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1. The assessment and collection of import duties and taxes have always been ... a) a basis for goods valuation.
2. Errors in merchandise classification often result in ... b) to collect proper duty and prevent smuggling (contraband).
3.This cargo document is ... c) one of the main functions of Customs organization.
4.Effective passenger and baggage control is necessary ... d) improper amounts of duty to be collected.
5. Free trade zones are usually set up ... e) are not subject to the usual Customs control.
6. Goods introduced into a free trade zones ... f) to target violators of Customs laws and regulations.
7. Investigation of Customs violation is performed ... g) to encourage the development of the country and to promote its foreign trade.
8.Laboratory analyses are to be performed in order ... h) to classify merchandise and collect the correct amount of duty

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