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Combined Nomenclature

Combined nomenclature (CN) and the Treaties of the European Union

Description of Combined nomenclature (CN) provided by the European Union Commission: A systematic list of goods descriptions based on the Harmonized System, serving for the purposes of the Common Customs Tariff, external trade statistics, and other Community policies (Art. 1 Reg. [EEC] No 2658/87, OJ 1987 No L 256, p.1)

Combined Nomenclature (CN) in International Trade

Meaning of Combined Nomenclature (CN), according to the Dictionary of International Trade (Global Negotiator): The Combined Nomenclature (CN) is a method used for the European Union for designating goods and merchandise which was established to meet, at one and the same time, the requirements both of the Common Customs Tarif and of the external trade statistics of the Community. The CN is also used in intra-Community trade statistics. The CN is comprised of the Harmonized System (HS) nomenclature with further Community subdivisions. The Harmonized System is run by the World Customs Organisation (WCO). This systematic list of commodities forms the basis for international trade negotiations, and is applied by most trading nations. The CN also include preliminary provisions, additional section or chapter notes and footnotes relating to CN subdivisions. Each CN subdivision has an eight digit code number, the CN code, followed by a description. See Harmonized System; H 6-digit. Website.

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Combined nomenclature (CN) and the Treaties of the European Union

Description of Combined nomenclature (CN) provided by the European Union Commission: A systematic list of goods descriptions based on the Harmonized System, serving for the purposes of the Common Customs Tariff, external trade statistics, and other Community policies (Art. 1 Reg. [EEC] No 2658/87, OJ 1987 No L 256, p.1)

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Trade > Tariff policy > Customs tariff > Tariff nomenclature
Economics > Economic analysis > Statistics > Nomenclature
Trade > Trade policy > Common commercial policy > Nimexe

Combined Nomenclature

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Trade > Tariff policy > Customs tariff > Tariff nomenclature > Combined Nomenclature
Economics > Economic analysis > Statistics > Nomenclature > Combined Nomenclature
Trade > Trade policy > Common commercial policy > Nimexe > Combined Nomenclature

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