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GCC Customs Laws

The Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) was created in 1981 and comprised of:  Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the UAE. The GCC was established in view of the close and special relationships these countries had between them.  The establishment of the GCC was inevitable given the similar politico-Islamic beliefs, geographic proximity, and common goals and economic policies they shared.

 The primary aims of the GCC was to encourage the adoption of common policies for the benefit member countries and welfare of their people with regards to economic and financial matters, customs, Industry agriculture, science and technology and education to name a few.

 

GCC Common Customs Law

All GCC countries have adopted common customs laws which serve to unify customs procedures in all of the GCC Customs Administrations and enhance co-operation among the member states in Customs matters.

The full text of the GCC unified Customs Laws may be found at the link below:

 GCC Unified Customs Laws

 

File Title Year Document
The Economic Agreement Between the GCC States 2002