TARIC

AcronymDefinition
TARICTarif Intégré de la Communauté (French: Integrated Tariff of the European Community)
TARICToronto and Region Islamic Congregation (Toronto, Canada)
TARICTariffa Integrata Della Comunità (Integrated Community Tariff)
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This development, which was unanticipated in many quarters, was guided by the White House Interagency Taskforce for the Advancement of Regional Innovation Clusters (TARIC) with strong support from leaders at the EDA, who argue that economic growth and job creation can best be achieved through coordinated investments by multiple agencies to help develop targeted industry clusters within particular regions of the country.
There will be daily data updates from the EU TARIC database and the HMRC CHIEF system.
These include COMTRADE (United Nations, 2007); FTAA (Free Trade Area of the Americas, 2007), The Peruvian Customs office (ADUANET, 2006), The Integrated Tariff System of European Community, TARIC (European Commission, 2007) and the Trade Analysis and Information System, TRAINS (UNCTAD, 2007a).
System will also incorporate TARIC (integrated EU tariff), which will be the referent database for implementing all customs procedures and automation in calculating taxes that are being charged in customs procedures.
It will also facilitate the development and management of trans-European information systems such as the information system on the integrated tariff of the Community (TARIC).
had brought the original complaint in March of 2005, claiming that the EC administers the Community Customs Code, the Implementing Regulation, the Common Customs Tariff, and the Integrated Tariff of the European Communities (TARIC) in a non-uniform manner.
The Evil Spirit, in the quality of the adversary, among the chief demons (mis-)created [kirrenid] first Akoman, then Indra, Saurva, Nahaithya, Taromand, Taric and Zaric, then the other demons.
The first mountain to climb is the EU's Integrated Tariff, also known as TARIC. "It spells out the various rules applying to specific products when imported into the EU," says Nicol.