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RECOMMENDATION OF THE CUSTOMS CO-OPERATION COUNCIL
ON THE TEMPORARY ADMISSION OF RADIO AND TELEVISION
PRODUCTION AND BROADCASTING EQUIPMENT
(13th JUNE 1985)

THE CUSTOMS CO-OPERATION COUNCIL,

CONSIDERING that, in general temporary admission facilities are granted to radio and television production and broadcasting equipment,

HAVING REGARD to the Customs Convention on the temporary importation of professional equipment (8 June 1961),

HAVING REGARD to the Customs Convention on the ATA carnet for the temporary admission of goods (6 December 1961),

HAVING REGARD to the Recommendation of the Council concerning the use of temporary importation papers in respect of radio and television vans (1 December 1955),

HAVING REGARD to the Recommendation of the Council on the temporary admission of radio and television vans (9 June 1977),

DESIRING to simplify Customs formalities with a view to facilitating the admission of this equipment and the vehicles carrying it,

RECOMMENDS that Members of the Council and Members of the United Nations Organization or its specialized agencies, and Customs or Economic Unions should require from approved and private bodies or their agents neither temporary admission documents nor security for the temporary admission of radio and television production and broadcasting equipment, including radio or television vans, and that for the purpose of Customs control they should be content with the production in duplicate of a list or detailed inventory of such equipment,

RECOMMENDS that, wherever possible, Members of the Council and members of the United Nations Organization or its specialized agencies, and Customs or Economic Unions should require neither temporary admission documents nor security in respect of touring vehicles where these are used to transport such radio and television production and broadcasting equipment,

RECOMMENDS that Members of the Council and members of the United Nations Organization or its specialized agencies, and Customs or Economic Unions should allow such equipment and vehicles to cross their frontiers outside the normal business hours of Customs offices in respect of commercial traffic, including on Sundays and public holidays, against payment for special services, where applicable,

REQUESTS Members of the Council and members of the United Nations Organization or its specialized agencies, and Customs or Economic Unions which accept this Recommendation to notify the Secretary General of the Council of the date from which they will apply the Recommendation and of the conditions of its application. The Secretary General will transmit this information to the Customs administrations of all Members of the Council. He will also transmit it to the Customs administrations of the Members of the United Nations Organization or its specialized agencies and to Customs or Economic Unions which have accepted the Recommendation.

* The Customs Co-operation Council is the official name of the World Customs Organization.