Dubai Chamber set to implement ATA Carnet

DUBAI — After the UAE issued a decree approving the joining of the Istanbul Convention on Monday, the Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry has announced its readiness in implementing the ATA Carnet system in the country which will allow the temporary admission of merchandise and goods by the end of the year.

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Published: Wed 15 Sep 2010, 11:19 PM

Last updated: Mon 6 Apr 2015, 5:16 PM

As the National Guaranteeing and Issuing Agency for ATA Carnet in the UAE, the Chamber further announced that it will be organising the third ATA Carnet system workshop in the span of a year in co-operation with the UAE Federal Customs Authority. The workshop, which deals with the daily operation of the ATA Carnet, its financial aspects and benefits, will be attended by the representatives of local and GCC customs authorities.

Hamad Buamim, Director-General, Dubai Chamber, said that the UAE formally joining the Istanbul Convention will directly benefit the exhibition and events industry as it will allow hassle-free admission of goods for a year by the representatives of exporters, exhibitions and sports events organisers, entertainment and concert promoters, and representatives of logistics, tourism and transport, free zones and banks. business@khaleejtimes.com



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