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Do country codes have abbreviated?

Dominican Republic
Appendix DISO Country Codes for Selected Countries

Country Two-letter Abbreviation
Denmark DK
Djibouti DJ
Dominica DM
Dominican Republic DO

What does country code CN stand for?

ISO 3166-2:CN is the entry for China in ISO 3166-2, part of the ISO 3166 standard published by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), which defines codes for the names of the principal subdivisions (e.g. provinces or states) of all countries coded in ISO 3166-1.

What does DE stand for country?

European Union (EU)

Belgium (BE) Greece
Czechia (CZ) France
Denmark (DK) Croatia
Germany (DE) Italy
Estonia (EE) Cyprus

What is ID country?

id is the Internet country code top-level domain (ccTLD) for Indonesia.

What are the new codes for Intrastat reporting?

The following codes have been introduced because of this change: In the Intrastat system, code XI can be used for reporting the partner country and the country of origin of goods, while code XU can only be used for reporting the country of origin of goods. The GB code is no longer in use in the Intrastat reporting system.

Which country code is no longer in use in Intrastat?

The partner country code GB no longer in use in Intrastat: due to the Brexit and the end of the transitional period on 31. December 2020 the partner country code GB will no longer be in use in Intrastat.

Is there a code for Intrastat declaration for transfer of own goods?

No specific code is required on the Intrastat declaration for a transfer of own goods. Therefore, there is no separate reporting for intra-EU transfers in these cases, i.e. transfers of own goods are mentioned like other intra-EU dispatches. Penalties

What is Intrastat?

To fill this gap, a statistical system—Intrastat—was developed to replace the customs declarations and collect information directly from traders about dispatches and arrivals of goods among the 28 member states. Trade in services is not subject to Intrastat obligations.

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