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EU's external borders,to seize dangerous counterfeit goods, unfair and illegal trade, dual role, "watchdogs", to pose a risk, product safety authorities, counterfeit goods, simplified customs procedures, to be the subject to authorizations.

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1. The customs administrations across the European Union are uniquely equipped to play a central role ...................

2. This means, for instance, combating smuggling, seizing dangerous counterfeit goods, freeing internationally protected animals .............................. ...

3. There is not one EU customs service but 27 national customs administrationsworking together on the basis of a European policy and .............................

4.Customs services in the EU ........................... play a dual role.

5.Customs officers still act as collectors of customs levying import duties and taxes but increasingly they also work as "watchdogs" .......................... ............

6. These checks are different from the task of levying import duties, which customs authorities can perform at a later stage along the supply chain, ..........

7. Two particular causes of concern for customs authorities .........................

8. On the basis of the customs declarations, ........................................ .......

9. Simplified procedures allow checks to be carried out at the ........................

10. Audits also regularly check ............................................ .................

................................ And fighting criminal networks, thereby defending the safety and securityof European citizens.
................................. A common legal framework (the Community Customs Code) which sets out the rules and procedures to be applied.
.............................. Securing the Union's external borders to protect citizens 'health and safety.
.......................... Play a dual role.
.............................. A central role in policing the EU's external borders
.................................................. .... compliance by authorised operators when they use their authorisations.
............................................. Locations most convenient for traders and at the most opportune point in the logistical process.
.................................................. ...... with respect to health and safety are counterfeit goods and drug precursors.
........................................... Customs officers check the shipment and levy the import duties and taxes due.
......................................... For example on the premises of the importer or exporter, to avoid congestion at the EU's external borders.

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