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Agreement on the Importation of Educational, Scientific and Cultural Materials

  • 1 Agreement on the Importation of Educational, Scientific and Cultural Materials

    межд. эк. Соглашение о ввозе материалов образовательного, научного и культурного характера (международное соглашение, основная цель которого — содействие свободному обмену идеями и знаниями между странами; в частности, согласно данному соглашению при соблюдении ряда условий некоторые материалы образовательного, научного и культурного характера могут импортироваться беспошлинно; заключено в 1950 г. при поддержке ЮНЕСКО, вступило в силу в 1952 г.; подписано в ходе конференции, проводившейся во Флоренции (Италия), поэтому часто называется "Флорентийским соглашением")

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