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U.S. Customs Regulations (Title 19 CFR)
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All U.S. Customs Duties and Regulations (Parts 0 to 140) covered under Title 19 of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR).

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP)

   

U.S. Customs Regulations (Title 19 CFR): Part 10--Articles Conditionally Free, Subject To A Reduced Rate, Etc.
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U.S. Customs regulations governing imports of Articles Conditionally Free, Subject To A Reduced Rate

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP)

   

U.S. Customs Regulations (Title 19 CFR): Part 101--General Provisions
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U.S. Customs regulations governing General Provisions

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP)

   

U.S. Customs Regulations (Title 19 CFR): Part 102--Rules Of Origin
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U.S. Customs regulations governing Rules Of Origin

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP)

   

U.S. Customs Regulations (Title 19 CFR): Part 11--Packing And Stamping; Marking
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U.S. Customs regulations governing Packing And Stamping; Marking

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP)

   

U.S. Customs Regulations (Title 19 CFR): Part 113--Customs Bonds
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U.S. Customs regulations governing Customs Bonds

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP)

   

U.S. Customs Regulations (Title 19 CFR): Part 114
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U.S. Customs regulations governing Carnets

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP)

   

U.S. Customs Regulations (Title 19 CFR): Part 115--Cargo Container And Road Vehicle Certification Pursuant To International Customs Conventions
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U.S. Customs regulations governing Cargo Container And Road Vehicle Certification Pursuant To International Customs Conventions

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP)

   

U.S. Customs Regulations (Title 19 CFR): Part 12--Special Classes Of Merchandise
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U.S. Customs regulations governing Special Classes Of Merchandise

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP)

   

U.S. Customs Regulations (Title 19 CFR): Part 122--Air Commerce Regulations
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U.S. Customs regulations governing Air Commerce

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP)

   

U.S. Customs Regulations (Title 19 CFR): Part 123--Customs Relations With Canada And Mexico
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U.S. Customs regulations governing Customs Relations With Canada And Mexico

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP)

   

U.S. Customs Regulations (Title 19 CFR): Part 125--Cartage And Lighterage Of Merchandise
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U.S. Customs regulations governing Cartage And Lighterage Of Merchandise

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP)

   

U.S. Customs Regulations (Title 19 CFR): Part 127--General Order, Unclaimed, And Abandoned Merchandise
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U.S. Customs regulations governing General Order, Unclaimed, And Abandoned Merchandise

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP)

   

U.S. Customs Regulations (Title 19 CFR): Part 132
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U.S. Customs regulations governing Quotas

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP)

   

U.S. Customs Regulations (Title 19 CFR): Part 133--Trademarks, Trade Names, And Copyrights
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U.S. Customs regulations governing Trademarks, Trade Names, And Copyrights

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP)

   

U.S. Customs Regulations (Title 19 CFR): Part 134--Country Of Origin Marking
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U.S. Customs regulations governing Country Of Origin Marking

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP)

   

U.S. Customs Regulations (Title 19 CFR): Part 18--Transportation In Bond And Merchandise In Transit
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U.S. Customs regulations governing Transportation In Bond And Merchandise In Transit

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP)

   

U.S. Customs Regulations (Title 19 CFR): Part 19--Customs Warehouses, Container Stations And Control Of Merchandise Therein
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U.S. Customs regulations governing Customs Warehouses, Container Stations And Control Of Merchandise Therein

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP)

   

U.S. Customs Regulations (Title 19 CFR): Part 24--Customs Financial And Accounting Procedure
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U.S. Customs regulations governing Customs Financial And Accounting Procedure

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP)

   

U.S. Customs Regulations (Title 19 CFR): Part 54--Certain Importations Temporarily Free Of Duty
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U.S. Customs regulations governing Certain Importations Temporarily Free Of Duty

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP)

   

UCC
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Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) - A law governing commercial transactions (sales of goods, commercial paper, bank deposits and collections, letter of credits, bulk transfers, warehouse receipts, bills of lading, investment securities, and secured transactions) adopted by all states in the US except Louisiana.

International Chamber of Commerce

   

UCP
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Uniform Customs and Practice (UCP), published by the International Chamber of Commerce, is the most frequently used standard for making payments in international trade; e.g., paying on a Letter of Credit. It is most frequently referred to by its shorthand title: UCP No. 500. This revised publication reflects recent changes in the transportation and banking industries, such as electronic transfer of funds.

International Chamber of Commerce

   

UCP 400
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Earlier version: Uniform Customs and Practice for Documentary Credits

International Chamber of Commerce

   

UCP 500
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Uniform Customs and Practice for documentary credits: ICC publication 500. All letters of credit should be issued subject to a set of rules established by the International Chamber of Commerce, and known officially as The Uniform Customs National government authorities that control imports, inspect imports, and collect duties levied on both imports and exports and Practice for Documentary Credits (ICC The International Chamber of Commerce. Publishes rules governing the preparation and usage of letters of credit. (See also UCP 500.) Publication 500). The current version is referred to as 'UCP 500' and went into effect January 1, 1994.

International Chamber of Commerce

   

UCP 600
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Uniform Customs and Practice for documentary credits: ICC publication 600. UCP 600 are the latest revision of the Uniform Customs and Practice that govern the operation of letters of credit. UCP 600 became effective on 01 July 2007. The 39 articles of UCP 600 are a comprehensive and practical working aid to bankers, lawyers, importers, and exporters, transport executives, educators, and everyone involved in letter of credit transactions worldwide.

International Chamber of Commerce

   

ULD
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ULD - Unit Load Device: a pallet or container used to load luggage, freight, and mail on wide-body aircraft and specific narrow-body aircraft. It allows a large quantity of cargo to be bundled into a single unit. Since this leads to fewer units to load, it saves ground crews time and effort and helps prevent delayed flights. Each ULD has its own packing list (or manifest) so that its contents can be tracked.



   

UN/CEFACT
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United Nations Centre for Trade Facilitation & Electronic Business (UN/CEFACT), a United Nations body, encourages close collaboration between governments and private business to secure the interoperability for the exchange of information between the public and private sector. It has developed: The UN Layout Key for Trade Documents, which is the foundation for the EU's Single Administrative Document (SAD); UN/EDIFACT, the international standard for electronic data interchange; and numerous trade facilitation recommendations

United Nations Centre for Trade Facilitation & Electronic Business (UN/CEFACT)

   

UN/EDIFACT
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United Nations/Electronic Data Interchange For Administration, Commerce and Transport (UN/EDIFACT) is the international EDI standard developed under the United Nations. The work of maintenance and further development of this standard is done through the United Nations Centre for Trade Facilitation and Electronic Business (UN/CEFACT) under the UN Economic Commission for Europe, in the Finance Domain working group UN CEFACT TBG5. EDIFACT has been adopted by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) as the ISO standard ISO 9735. The EDIFACT standard provides: A set of syntax rules to structure data; An interactive exchange protocol (I-EDI); and Standard messages which allow multi-country and multi-industry exchange.

United Nations/Electronic Data Interchange For Administration, Commerce and Transport (UN/EDIFACT)

   

UNCITRAL
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United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL) was established by the General Assembly in 1966 ( Resolution 2205(XXI) of 17 December 1966). In establishing the Commission, the General Assembly recognized that disparities in national laws governing international trade created obstacles to the flow of trade, and it regarded the Commission as the vehicle by which the United Nations could play a more active role in reducing or removing these obstacles.

United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL)

   

UNCTAD
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United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD). Established in 1964, UNCTAD promotes the development-friendly integration of developing countries into the world economy. UNCTAD has progressively evolved into an authoritative knowledge-based institution whose work aims to help shape current policy debates and thinking on development, with a particular focus on ensuring that domestic policies and international action are mutually supportive in bringing about sustainable development.

United Nations Conference on Trade and Development

   

UNDG Number
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United Nations Dangerous Goods (UNDG) Number. The four-digit number assigned by the United Nations Committee of Experts on the Transport of Dangerous Goods to classify a substance or a particular groups of substances. Note: The prefix 'UN' must always be used in conjunction with these numbers.

United Nations Committee of Experts on the Transport of Dangerous Goods

   

UNeDocs
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United Nations Electronic Documentation (UNeDocs) - An international standard for electronic trade information. UNeDocs aims to become the world electronic trade document standard under UN auspices and will be developed into an official UN/CEFACT standard. UNeDocs is a simple and low cost answer for the exchange of document-based data. It has been designed with the objective to make small and medium enterprises participate in advanced supply-chains. It is built upon the United Nations Layout Key, the world standard for international trade documents in paper format. It is based on the UNTDED/ISO 7372 United Nations Trade Data Elements Directory. It incorporates UN/CEFACT trade facilitation recommendations and electronic business standards for efficient and secure trade. It implements key documents for trade (invoice, custom declaration, shipping instruction, forwarding instruction, etc.)



   

UNIDROIT
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The International Institute for the Unification of Private Law (UNIDROIT) is an independent intergovernmental Organization with its seat in the Villa Aldobrandini in Rome. Its purpose is to study needs and methods for modernizing, harmonizing and coordinating private and in particular commercial law as between States and groups of States. Set up in 1926 as an auxiliary organ of the League of Nations, the Institute was, following the demise of the League, re-established in 1940 on the basis of a multilateral agreement, the UNIDROIT Statute.

International Institute for the Unification of Private Law (UNIDROIT)

   

Uniform Commercial; Code (UCC)
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A law governing commercial transactions (sales of goods, commercial paper, bank deposits and collections, letter of credits, bulk transfers, warehouse receipts, bills of lading, investment securities, and secured transactions) adopted by all states in the US except Louisiana.

Individual States/California

  Debra Bowen, California Secretary of State
916-653-3516
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United Nations Convention on Conditions for Registrations of Ships
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The United Nations Convention on Conditions for Registration of Ships, signed in Geneva on 7 February 1986 was adopted mainly in order to stop the phenomenon of registration of ships in foreign States merely for financial purposes through flags of convenience, by strengthening the linkage requirement between the vessel and its flag State. Another objective is to ensure a better control of the flag State over the vessels that are registered under its jurisdiction. The Convention sets minimal norms, and States retain the power to adopt more exacting ones under domestic law. The Convention applies to any self-propelled vessel over 500 gross registered tons used in international seaborne trade for the transport of goods and/or passengers.



   

United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (11 Apr 1980)
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Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (CISG) is a multinational accord which establishes a set of civil code provisions, similar to and modeled on the U.S. Uniform Commercial Code, applicable to transactions for the sale of goods in international commerce. The United States and 60 other nations in Europe, Asia and Latin America have ratified and implemented the CISG.



   

United Nations Convention on International Bills of Exchange and International Promissory Notes
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The United Nations Convention on international bills of exchange and international promissory notes, of December 9, 1988 promotes uniformity between various national laws governing international transactions. The Convention provides a form for instruments that could be used in international trade, facilitating financial transactions between States. The Convention does not replace the national laws, rather it is a set of optional rules for governing bills of exchange and promissory notes.



   

United Nations Convention on the Liability of Operators of Transport Terminals in International Trade
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The United Nations Convention on the Liability of Operators of Transport Terminals in International Trade, was signed on 19 April 1991 in response to the problem of the practice by terminal operators of limiting or excluding conventionally their liability while handling goods. The legal regime, created by this Convention, establishes a balance, on one hand, between the interests of the carrier, the consignor and the consignee and on the other, the interests of the terminal operator. This balance of interests expresses itself through the establishment of burdens of proof against the terminal operator when loss or damage of goods occurs, while counterbalancing this presumption with special defences and liability limits in favor of the operator.



   

Universal Copyright Convention
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The Universal Copyright Convention (or UCC), adopted at Geneva in 1952, is one of the two principal international conventions protecting copyright; the other is the Berne Convention. The UCC was developed by United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization as an alternative to the Berne Convention for those states which disagreed with aspects of the Berne Convention, but still wished to participate in some form of multilateral copyright protection. These states included developing countries and the Soviet Union, which thought that the strong copyright protections granted by the Berne Convention overly benefited Western developed copyright-exporting nations, and the United States and most of Latin America. The United States and Latin America were already members of a Pan-American copyright convention, which was weaker than the Berne Convention. The Berne Convention states also became party to the UCC, so that their copyrights would exist in non-Berne convention states.

World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO)

   

UPC
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The Universal Product Code (UPC) is a barcode symbology (i.e., a specific type of barcode), that is widely used in the United States and Canada for tracking trade items in stores.



   

URC
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The ICC Uniform Rules for Collections (URC) are a practical set of Rules to aid bankers, buyers, and sellers in the collections process. The Rules have been prepared to resolve problems that practitioners have experienced in their everyday operations since 1979. URC 522 underlines the need for the principal and/or the remitting bank to attach a separate document, the collection instruction, to every collection subject to the Rules - makes it very clear that banks will not examine documents, particularly not to look for instructions - addresses problems banks experience in respect of documents against acceptance (D/A) and documents against payment (D/P) - clearly indicates that banks have no obligation to store and insure goods when instructed.

International Chamber of Commerce

   

URCB
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Uniform Rules for Contract Bonds (URCB). Designed specifically for the insurance industry, the ICC Uniform Rules for Contract Bonds are a set of rules designed to secure uniform practice in the operation and enforcement of bonds. Clear and concise, the rules will provide an invaluable aid to business people, traders, lawyers and financial institutions. These Rules are endorsed by UNCITRAL.

International Chamber of Commerce

   

URDG
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The ICC Uniform Rules for Demand Guarantees (URDG) lay out a series of obligations for principals, beneficiaries and guarantors. In 28 articles, the URDG set out the liabilities and responsibilities of the parties, the nature of a demand, the expiry circumstances and the governing law jurisdiction for the guarantee or counter-guarantee. Each rule is concisely expressed and easy to understand. The URDG apply to all guarantees, from those payable on simple written demand, to those requiring the presentation of a judgment or arbitral award. They also apply to intermediate forms of guarantee such as those requiring a statement of default by the beneficiary with or without an indication of the nature of the default. The URDG Rules will secure uniform practice in the requirements for guarantees and will join the other ICC Rules, such as the Uniform Customs and Practice for Documentary Credits, UCP 500, in bringing order and security to international business practice.

International Chamber of Commerce

   

USCBC
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The US-China Business Council, Inc. (USCBC) is a private, nonpartisan, nonprofit organization of roughly 220 American companies that do business with China. Founded in 1973, USCBC has provided unmatched information, advisory, advocacy, and program services to its membership for more than three decades. Through its offices in Washington, DC; Beijing; and Shanghai, USCBC is uniquely positioned to serve its members' interests in the United States and China. USCBC's mission is to expand the US-China commercial relationship to the benefit of its membership and, more broadly, the US economy. It favors constructive engagement with China to eliminate trade and investment barriers and develop a rules-based commercial environment that is predictable and transparent to all parties. Among USCBC's members are many large and well-known US corporations, but smaller companies and service firms make up a substantial portion of the overall membership. USCBC is governed by a board of directors composed of distinguished corporate leaders; the current chair is Muhtar Kent, chairman and chief executive officer of the Coca-Cola Company. John Frisbie has been USCBC's president since 2004. USCBC has long served as a respected host of events featuring senior officials from the US and PRC governments. In recent years, USCBC has been honored to receive PRC President Hu Jintao, Premier Wen Jiabao, Vice Premier Wang Qishan, and other distinguished guests from central and provincial government entities. Recent American public figures to meet with USCBC members in the United States and China have included Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner, Commerce Secretary Gary Locke, US Trade Representative Ron Kirk, key members of Congress, former Secretary of State James A. Baker, III, former National Security Advisor Lt. Gen. Brent Scowcroft, and numerous specialists on US-China affairs from various agencies of the executive branch of government and the think-tank community.

U.S.-China Business Council

   

USCIB
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Founded in 1945 to promote an open world trading system, now among the premier pro-trade, pro-market liberalization organizations. ·An active membership base of over 300 multinational companies, law firms and business associations ·Provides unparalleled access to international policy makers and regulatory authorities ·Over 50 specialized policy committees and working groups ·U.S. affiliate of the International Chamber of Commerce, the Business and Industry Advisory Committee to the OECD and the International Organisation of Employers ·Provides numerous business services to facilitate international trade ·Issues and guarantees ATA Carnets, which allow temporary, duty-free imports overseas for trade shows, commercial samples and professional equipment ·Serves as the exclusive U.S. representative for ICC’s multifaceted dispute resolution services.

U.S. Council for International Business

   

USITC
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The United States International Trade Commission (USITC) is an independent, quasijudicial Federal agency with broad investigative responsibilities on matters of trade. The agency investigates the effects of dumped and subsidized imports on domestic industries and conducts global safeguard investigations. The Commission also adjudicates cases involving alleged infringement by imports of intellectual property rights. Through such proceedings, the agency facilitates a rules-based international trading system. The Commission also serves as a Federal resource where trade data and other trade policy-related information are gathered and analyzed. The information and analysis are provided to the President, the Office of the United States Trade Representative (USTR), and Congress to facilitate the development of sound and informed U.S. trade policy. The Commission makes most of its information and analysis available to the public to promote understanding of international trade issues.

United States International Trade Commission (USITC)

   

USPTO
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The United States Patent and Trademark Office (PTO or USPTO) is an agency in the United States Department of Commerce that issues patents to inventors and businesses for their inventions, and trademark registration for product and intellectual property identification.

U.S. Department of Commerce

   

USTR
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The Office of the United States Trade Representative (USTR) is an agency of more than 200 committed professionals with decades of specialized experience in trade issues and regions of the world. We negotiate directly with foreign governments to create trade agreements, to resolve disputes, and to participate in global trade policy organizations. We also meet with governments, with business groups, with legislators and with public interest groups to gather input on trade issues and to discuss the President's trade policy positions. USTR was created in 1962 and has offices in Washington, Geneva, and Brussels.

United States Trade Representative (USTR)

   


 
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