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Yugoslav foreign trade regulations

Ludvik Toplak

Yugoslav foreign trade regulations

by Ludvik Toplak

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Published by [s.n.] in Ljubljana .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Yugoslavia.
    • Subjects:
    • Foreign trade regulation -- Yugoslavia.

    • Edition Notes

      Translation from the Slovenian.

      StatementLudvik Toplak.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKKZ3405 .T6713 1984
      The Physical Object
      Pagination[37] p. ;
      Number of Pages37
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2777742M
      LC Control Number86141021

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      Commerce & Foreign Trade TiParts See Current Revision Ti Parts See Current Revision Ti Parts END See Current Revision Commercial Practices TiParts See Current Revision Ti Parts END See Current Revision.   What Is a Distributor? According to the foreign trade regulations, a distributor is an agent who sells directly from a supplier and maintains an inventory of the supplier's products. A manufacturer and a distributor form an agreement that outlines terms of the relationship, such as manufacturing, distribution, ownership, duration, price, and intellectual rights, to name just a few.

      Yugoslavia who are legally indebted to any individual, firm, or governmental agency in the United States, to meet such indebtedness on maturity. (b) To the extent feasible, considering Yugoslav foreign exchange re­ sources and regulations, and when necessary to effectuate the purposes of. The export control provisions of the EAR are intended to serve the national security, foreign policy, nonproliferation, and short supply interests of the United States and, in some cases, to carry out its international obligations. Some controls are designed to restrict access to dual use items by countries or persons that might apply such items to uses inimical to U.S. interests.


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Similar features also characterise Yugoslav foreign trade in which no state monopoly exists. Depending on the wishes of its owners every enterprise can conclude contracts and agreements with any firm, multinational company or foreign state to buy or sell raw materials and machinery, finished products, technological means, etc.

Foreign Trade Regulations (FTR) U.S. trade in goods with Yugoslavia (former) NOTE: All figures are in millions of U.S. dollars on a nominal basis, not seasonally adjusted unless otherwise specified.

Details may not equal totals due to rounding. Table reflects only those months for which there was trade. accordance acts adopted Agency agreements allowance amendments amount and/or apply Assembly Association average Bank of Yugoslavia banks basis Belgrade bill Budget candidates capital changes CHART child citizens competent concerned conducted Constitutional Council countries Court credits cultural dealing decision determined dinars district.

Get this from a library. Legal problems of Yugoslavia's international economic relations. [Yugoslav papers for the conference held in Belgrade and Zagreb from June 27th to July 2d under the sponsorship of the Institute of Comparative Law and the Association of American Law Schools].

[Savezna privredna komora. Savet za privredne odnose sa inostranstvom. abroad According activities Agreement agricultural products Albanian Assembly authorship average basis Belgrade blind and partly border post border stone cinemas citizens co-operation contracting conventions Council countries Croatia cultural decreased dinars diseases documentary films economic elementary employment enterprises ethnic exports.

Program professor Dr. Dragoslav Avramović (Monetary Reconstruction and Economic Recovery Program) was adopted in early after a record hyperinflation that Yugoslavia had previously experienced.

It was Yugoslavia in the period – It recorded a hyperinflation in world economic history in the third place, in terms of the duration of the 22 months (March – January ), and.

Yugoslavia, former federated country that existed in the west-central part of the Balkan Peninsula from until Yugoslavia included what are now six independent states: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, North Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, and Slovenia.

Learn more about Yugoslavia. FOREIGN TRADE REGULATIONS. Regulations. Foreign Trade Regulations (FTR) PDF, 1mb> FTR Letters.

– Request for Export Documentation by Foreign Governments; Ma – Annotating the Electronic Manifest for U.S. Customs and Border Protection. Injust before the disintegration of the Yugoslav federation, Yugoslavia’s foreign trade was prevalently with the developed countries: % of its exports and % of its imports were with the OECD countries (% of Yugoslavia’s exports went to the 12 countries of the European Community and another % to the EFTA countries.

Trade Barriers. Canada's trade barriers against U.S. products are described in the National Trade Estimate Report on Foreign Trade Barriers of the U.S. Trade Representative.

The report describes a number of barriers to U.S. agricultural exports such as dairy products, eggs, poultry, fresh fruits and vegetables and grains. information, please check the following link: BiH Customs Tariff Book). Taxes are applied at the same rates for locally produced and imported goods.

On January 1,the ITA introduced a 17 percent single value-added tax (VAT). Food safety While foreign trade and customs policies are unified at the national level, the food safety responsibility. Foreign Trade Regulations U.S. Census Bureau.

General; Additional Assistance; Mailpieces Sent to APOs, FPOs, and DPOs Postal items addressed to natural persons of Yugoslav or foreign nationality may contain personal travel articles, articles for personal use, and for the use of members of a family (medicines and medical. The harmful effects of Moscow’s economic boycott were aggravated by the fact that Yugoslavia’s foreign trade had largely been done with other Communist countries, as well as by her wasteful economic planning, and her expensive superstructure (three.

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Joint Albanian–Yugoslav companies were created for mining, railroad construction, the production of petroleum and electricity, and international trade. Yugoslav investments led to the construction of a sugar refinery in Korçë, a food-processing plant in Elbasan, a hemp factory at Rrogozhinë, a fish cannery in Vlorë, and a printing press.

Yugoslavia’s post economic policies have been directed towards opening the economy to foreign trade and encouraging inward investment in Joint Ventures.

Legal aspects of Yugoslav foreign trade: a selected bibliography. [Adolf Sprudzs; Đurica Krstić] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Sprudzs, Adolf. Legal aspects of Yugoslav foreign trade. Chicago, (DLC) (OCoLC) The unique aspect of foreign investments in Yugoslavia is that the forms which the investments take and the regulations governing them must conform to the already existing structure of the Yugoslav economy 13 See Comment, supra note 1, at '4 Law on Investment of Resources of Foreign Persons in Domestic (Yugoslav).

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