The revised Kyoto Convention came into force on February 3, 2006. The revised Kyoto Convention (CRC) is the main customs agreement to facilitate trade. It was developed by the World Customs Organization and came into force on 3 February 2006. It is an update and revision of the International Convention on the Simplification and Harmonization of Customs Procedures (Kyoto Convention), adopted in 1973-74. The RKC aims to facilitate trade by harmonizing and simplifying customs procedures and practices. To this end, the Convention contains recommended standards and procedures for modern customs procedures and techniques. The revised Kyoto Agreement promotes the facilitation of trade and effective controls through its legislation, which details the application of simple but effective procedures. The revised convention also contains new and binding provisions for its implementation, which all contracting parties must accept wholeheartedly. Qualified customs administrations for contracting parties, members of the World Trade Organization and representatives of other international organizations may participate in management committee meetings as observers.
If you have written this article and are not yet registered with RePEc, we advise you to do so here. This way, you can link your profile to this item. It also allows you to accept possible quotes on this article of which we are not sure. The revised Kyoto Convention (CRC) amends the convention and has become the basis for an effective, predictable and effective customs regime. It aims: List of parties to the revised Kyoto Convention If you know the missing points that cite them, you can help us create those links by adding the corresponding references in the same way as above, for each reference point. If you are a registered author of this article, you can also check the “Quotes” tab in your RePEc Author service profile, as some quotes may wait for confirmation. There are some content for this page in other languages The International Convention on the Simplification and Harmonization of Customs Procedures (modified), known as the revised Kyoto Convention, is the plan for modern and effective customs procedures in the 21st century. Please note that it may take several weeks for the corrections to filter out the various RePEc services. ASSESSMENT, COLLECTION AND PAYMENT OF DUTIES AND TAXES CHAPTER 8 RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE CUSTOMS AND THIRD PARTIES WCO encourages the implementation of the convention through outreach, training and capacity building initiatives. As of October 2013, there were 91 contracting parties.