Polsko angielski i angielsko - polski słownik biznesmena, autorzy: Magdalena Chowaniec i Piotr Kapusta. Wersja książkowa dostępna u wydawcy.
control of imports
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The text we adopted today will provide for much more effective control of imports.
It is the job of the Commission to bring forward legislation on the control of imports.
The little control of imports and exports condemned the South to obey the imperialist system.
Firstly, on the question of control of imports, many - if not all - of you have addressed this important issue.
Physical controls of imports and exports now occur at traders' premises, rather than at the territorial borders.
Ladies and gentlemen, another of the most important aspects of the work of this committee relates to the control of imports.
Mosley put forward a memorandum in January 1930, calling for the public control of imports and banking as well as an increase in pensions to boost spending power.
The Court found that control of imports was essential to the provincial legislative scheme even though the law made no distinction between eggs produced inside or outside of the province.
In the mid Yayoi period, community leaders managed to extend their authority over small regions the size of present-day districts; thanks partially to the control of imports and technology.
Foreign trade organizations were reorganized, and control of imports and exports was relaxed or strengthened depending on the balance of trade and the level of foreign exchange reserves.
HMRC's National Import Reliefs Unit (NIRU) is the single national office responsible for the control of imports from outside the European Union, where any of the following procedures and reliefs have been used:
In 1992, a review of the Directorate of Customs commissioned by the Gambian government and performed by HM Customs and Excise found that the Gambian Minister of Finance granted duty waivers without sufficient acceptance guidelines, proper monitoring, or control of imports.