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General Rules of Interpretation/General Interpretative Rules of Classification : Rule 2

This is part 2 in a series of posts explaining the use of World Customs Organization's rules relating to HS classification. You can find the first article here: General Rules of Interpretation/General Interpretative Rules of Classification : Rule 1.  The second general interpretative rule of classification consists of 2 parts ...
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General Rules of Interpretation/General Interpretative Rules of Classification : Rule 1

Customs authorities in most parts of the world require traders to classify their imports and exports according to the 6 rules of classification published by the World Customs Organization or WCO. These rules are referred to as the General Interpretative Rules of Classification. Individually, they can also be referred to ...
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Cargo Insurance in Transportation

Cargo Insurance In case a consignment is either lost or damaged, cargo insurance helps reimburse the concerned vendor or the customer. When is cargo insurance necessary? Moving cargo is risky. While your shipment makes its way towards you, it will pass from one person’s supervision to another. It may be ...
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