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Customs Analysis Methods information

The CCL uses “Customs Analysis methods Information” as the standard analysis methods in order to contribute to the implementation of a unified analysis in Customs. And they are available to the public in terms of transparency.

The CCL is translating these methods into English in order to serve for a reference as good practices of chemical analysis by Customs to other members of the World Customs Organization (WCO), as one of the activities of the WCO Regional Customs Laboratory (RCL). (As for the WCO RCL, please refer to the topic of 12 Nov. 2014 at http://www.customs.go.jp/ccl/e_activities/movement2014.htm#141128)

Now six methods (108・109・114・301・318 and 406) are newly open. Please refer to the following list.

Attention:This Data is made with PDF.

NOTE:The Customs analysis methods (English version) are merely provided here for reference purposes.

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