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Random information on the term “Freebie”:

The International Convention to Facilitate the Importation of Commercial Samples and Advertising Material is a 1952 United Nations multilateral treaty. States that ratify the treaty agree to allow product samples and advertising material into the county duty-free.

The Convention allows the duty-free importation of commercial samples that are determined to be of “negligible value”. It also allows the duty-free importation of advertising material such as catalogues, price lists, and trade notices.

The convention was concluded in Geneva on 7 November 1952. It was signed by six states and entered into force on 20 November 1955. The convention was soon complemented by the Customs Convention Regarding the E.C.S. Carnets for Commercial Samples which entered into force on 3 October 1957 and then virtually superseded by the Customs Convention on the A.T.A. Carnet for the Temporary Admission of Goods in 1961.

As of 2013, the convention has 66 state parties.

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Random information on the term “COMP”:

Comp is a hamlet in the Tonbridge and Malling district, in the English county of Kent.

In 1240, the town was known as Camp de Wrotha (an abbreviation of Wrotham). It then was Caumpes in 1251 and Compe in 1461.

The name is derived from the Old English word ‘Camp’ meaning campus or field.

It is near the town of Sevenoaks, the villages of Borough Green, Platt, Wrotham Heath and the hamlet of Crouch. It is near the Mereworth Woods, and Valley Wood and on Comp Lane (a minor road).

For transport there is the Borough Green & Wrotham railway station, and the A25, the A20, the A227 road and the M26, M20 and M25 motorways nearby.

It has a garden called Great Comp.

Coordinates: 51°17′06″N 0°20′18″E / 51.28500°N 0.33833°E / 51.28500; 0.33833

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