Common Custom Law

              The unification of the customs regulations and procedures in the GCC States is one of the most important objectives to be achieved by the customs administrations of the GCC member States among which is the adoption of “ a Unified Customs Regulation “Law” of the GCC States” that unifies the customs procedures in all the customs administrations of the GCC States and contributes to the enhancement of cooperation in the customs field among the Member States he efforts to achieve this objective had been made since 1992 and the technical committee, assigned by the directors general of customs, to do this task had held seventeen meetings for this purpose and concluded with the agreement on the Regulation “law”.

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1 GCC Unified Guide For customs procedures Download

Customs Clearance Rules

I n order to complete the necessary implementation aspects of the Unified Customs Regulation “Law” in the customs administrations of the GCC States and to review the comments of the member States and finalize the preparation of the Rules of Implementation and the Explanatory Notes, the Supreme Council , in its 21st Session held in Manama, Bahrain 30-31 December 2000, decided to extend the reference implementation of the Unified Customs Regulation “Law” of the GCC States for one more year provided that it should be obligatorily implemented by all the Customs Administrations of the GCC States in January 2002.

The said decision “resolution” of the Supreme Council was a step which had enabled the customs administrations and the ad hoc committees of the GCC States to complete all the aspects that would provide the factors of the proper implementation of this Regulation “Law” to achieve the objective for which it was made, that is the unification and facilitation of the customs procedures in the GCC States which would enhance the trade exchange among them and between the rest of the world countries, and lay down the firm foundations of the customs Union of the GCC States.

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1 Custom Law 1 Download

Regulations of the Common Customs Law

In order to complete the necessary implementation aspects of the Unified Customs Regulation “Law” in the customs administrations of the GCC States and to review the comments of the member States and finalize the preparation of the Rules of Implementation and the Explanatory Notes, the Supreme Council , in its 21st Session held in Manama, Bahrain 30-31 December 2000, decided to extend the reference implementation of the Unified Customs Regulation “Law” of the GCC States for one more year provided that it should be obligatorily implemented by all the Customs Administrations of the GCC States in January 2002.

The said decision “resolution” of the Supreme Council was a step which had enabled the customs administrations and the ad hoc committees of the GCC States to complete all the aspects that would provide the factors of the proper implementation of this Regulation “Law” to achieve the objective for which it was made, that is the unification and facilitation of the customs procedures in the GCC States which would enhance the trade exchange among them and between the rest of the world countries, and lay down the firm foundations of the customs Union of the GCC States.

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1 Custom Law 1 Download