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Post by claud39 on Sun Feb 03, 2019 10:54 am

http://www.dijlah.tv/index.php?page=article&id=224492


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[ltr]The meeting was chaired by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia on Sunday, the 41st meeting of the unified tariff committee of the League of Arab States in Cairo.[/ltr]

[ltr]The Director of the Department of Economic Integration at the Arab League Bahjat Abu Nasr in a press statement on the sidelines of the meeting, it was 'for four days to complete the negotiation on the unification of the Arab customs tariff, in order to establish the applicable fees and installed in the global trade area' 

He added that "the most important elements of the establishment of the Arab Customs Union set a unified customs tariff, and that this requires a set of steps, the first is the unification of national tariffs and names among Arab countries, and the formation of a database with the Secretariat of the League and Arab countries and the establishment of a minimum and maximum of each item tariff.[/ltr]
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Post by claud39 on Mon Feb 04, 2019 8:16 am

http://www.uabonline.org/en/news/arabicnews/15781581158516031593158515761610160415731578160515/60142/1


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The Director of the Department of Economic Integration at the Arab League Bahjat Abu-Nasr, said that the Arab countries are moving in different paths in order to complete the requirements for the establishment of the unified Arab Customs Union. 
Abu Al-Nasser said in a press statement on Sunday that one of the most important elements of establishing the Arab Customs Union is the establishment of a unified customs tariff, pointing out that this requires a number of steps, first of which is to unify the national definitions and their names among the Arab countries. 
The forty-first meeting of the unified tariff committee, chaired by the Director of the Harmonized System in the Saudi General Customs Authority, Abdul Aziz Abdul Mohsen Al-Mughira and with the participation of officials of the customs administrations in the Arab countries, started yesterday at the headquarters of the Arab League.
The four-day meeting will discuss the finalization of negotiations on the unification of the unified Arab customs tariff with a view to establishing the applicable fees established in the World Trade Zone in the light of observations from a number of Arab countries including Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Egypt, Jordan, Tunisia, Sudan, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Kuwait, Morocco and Lebanon. 
Abu al-Nasr explained that there are claims for countries that have large differences in the minimum and maximum tariff for the equality or convergence in the levels applied in other countries. Noting that such matters facilitate access to the unified tariff to deal with the outside world as a single customs area. 
He concluded by saying: «We have completed the development of the unified Arab customs law and the manual of customs procedures and the explanatory list of the law, and the work of special studies on the mechanism of distribution of customs proceeds in order to protect the national industry and support existing industries».
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