International Customs Tariffs Bureau
Bureau international des tarifs douaniers (BITD)
Internationaal Bureau voor de Bekendmaking der Toltarieven
1890-07-05 Brussels Belgium
Established 5 Jul 1890, Brussels (Belgium), as International Union for the Publication of Customs Tariffs -- Union internationale pour la publication des tarifs douaniers, under an International Convention which came into force 1 Apr 1891, currently modified by a Protocol of 16 Dec 1949, Brussels.
In the name of the 'International Union for the Publication of Customs Tariffs', translate and publish, in English, French, German, Italian and Spanish, the customs tariffs of all countries, together with updated supplements of those tariffs.
No meetings are held; communication with member states is implemented via those states' embassies in Brussels (Belgium) and the Belgian diplomatic network abroad.
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