Customs Cooperation Council Nomenclature - Explained
What is the CCCN?
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Table of ContentsWhat is the Customs Cooperation Council Nomenclature?Academic Research on Customs Cooperation Council Nomenclature (CCCN)
What is the Customs Cooperation Council Nomenclature?
The Customs Cooperation Council Nomenclature (CCCN) is a customs tariff classification system for imported goods. It refers to a standardized method of classifying imported goods in order to determine duties or tariffs placed on them.
CCCN name was changed to Brussels Tariff Nomenclature in 1976.
The name changed again to the Harmonized Commodity Description and Coding System in 1989.
Academic Research on Customs Cooperation Council Nomenclature (CCCN)
- The Tariff Nomenclature and Changes in the Polish Customs Tariff, BuDZowsKi, K. (2010). Special edition in English, The College of Nyiregyhaza, Faculty of Economics and Social Studies, Hungary, Nyiregyhaza, 93-100.
- Trade barriers and trade flows across countries and industries, Lee, J. W., & Swagel, P. (1997). Review of Economics and Statistics, 79(3), 372-382.
- Foreign Trade Statistics: A basic market research tool, von Kirchbach, F. (1991, July). In International Trade Forum (No. 3, p. 22). International Trade Centre.
- An Introduction to the Harmonized System, Chaplin, P. (1987). NCJ Int'l L. & Com. Reg., 12, 417.Some Reflections on Customs Classification and the Harmonized System as Tools for Interpreting the Schedules of Commitments under GATT Article II, Rovetta, D. (2009). Legal Issues of Econ. Integration, 36, 7.
- Greek accession and EC commercial policy toward the south, Sarris, A. (1987). European Trade Policies and Developing Countries, 329.
- The harmonized system-Amendments and their impact on WTO members' schedules, Yu, D. (2008).
- The estimation of intra-industry trade in South Africa, Isemonger, A. G. (2000). Development Southern Africa, 17(1), 53-63.
- International trade data available to Australian researchers: a survey, Phillips, P., & Tyers, R. (1995). Australian Economic Review, 28(3), 111-119.
- Trade Policy and Integration: The Case of the Common External Tariff (CET) in the Caribbean Community, Arjoon, S. (1993). Caribbean Studies, 11-22.
- The harmonized system: amendments and their impact on WTO members' schedules, Yu, D. (2008).