1.The conclusion of a "Treaty of Commerce and Navigation" with the United Kingdom in 1894 ... .
a) hindered the development of international trade;
b) spurred the revision of unequal commerce treaties with other countries;
c) encouraged the development of trade with Asia.
2. The long-desired autonomy, in respect to Customs duties, was completely restored ... .
a) in 1911;
b) in the 19th century;
c) after the Second World War.
3. ... are engaged in Customs clearance work in addition to the surveillance and control work.
a) Sub-customs branches;
b) Customhouse brokers;
c) Most of the guard posts.
4. The central Customs administration is the Customs and Tariff Bureau, which is ... .
a) a law enforcement agency;
b) an internal bureau of Japan's Ministry of Finance;
c) a department of Foreign Trade Ministry.
5. Customs facilitates and promotes the international harmony of trade procedures ... .
a) to expand the world economy and improve lives;
b) to promote interior trade;
c) to prevent commercial fraud.
IV. Match the verbs with the appropriate nouns.
|1. to establish||a) the autonomy|
|2. to undertake||b) the revision|
|3. to spur||c) a policy|
|4. to restore||d) the system|
|5.to consolidate||e) customhouses|
V. Make up sentences with the phrases you've got.
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