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subject to import tax

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With the introduction of the new form, all passengers also have to specifically declare, prohibited goods and dutiable items, including gold bullion and gold jewellery exceeding the free allowance.
The average duty on goods from the CBI countries continued to fall, particularly in 2006 when the CAFTA-DR was implemented for four countries, reducing greatly the value of dutiable imports of textile and apparel products entering under CBTPA.
The Queensland First Home Owners Grant is complemented by transfer duty relief, which sees no transfer duty applied on the purchase of a first home in Queensland where the dutiable value is up to $500,000.
The Court of Appeals en banc, in a May 2010 decision and a February 2011 resolution, found that Pilipinas Shell had abandoned imported crude oil with a dutiable value of P936.
BOC placed the dutiable value of the firm's rice imports at R205.
Effective from March 1, under the new customs rules, passengers arriving at the country's 19 international airports, will also have to specifically declare, for the first time, prohibited goods and dutiable items, including gold jewellery and gold bullion exceeding the free allowance.
In order to compensate the losses caused by flood, which wrecked havoc in Pakistan two years ago, the EU had announced concessions for Pakistan on 75 dutiable products exported by Pakistan.
To compensate the losses caused by flood which wrecked havoc else where in the country last year, EU had announced concession for Pakistan on 75 dutiable products exported by Pakistan on September 16, 2010 which were subject to the WTO wavier.
The official said dutiable and prohibited goods had been removed from the Kundli depot without permission and payment of the Customs duty.
or any other law providing preferential tariff treatment; (2) apply to any or all of the dutiable products of that country an additional duty at a rate not to exceed 50 percent ad valorem or the specific rate equivalent; (3) apply to one or more duty-free products of that country a duty at a rate not to exceed 50 percent ad valorem; (4) take the steps described in subsection (d)(1) or (d)(2) of this section, or both, to curtail air transportation between the United States and that country; and/or withdraw the personnel and resources of the United States from participation in any arrangement with that country for the pre-clearance of customs by visitors between the United States and that country.
The proportion of dutiable imports into developing economies on which there was no offer is 13%, a figure which is less than the corresponding 16% average for developed countries.
This ruling also discusses the characterization of various costs and expenses for income tax and customs purposes, including comments on the declaration of (and the dutiable nature of) "assists," which are an element of dutiable value.
Pitney Bowes' Small Package Mail Service is a new dutiable solution that provides mailers with the option to calculate costs for international shipping during the transaction or bundle them into the total price.
The Food and Health Bureau (FHB) and the Department of Health jointly briefed the committee on the progress regarding the Dutiable Commodities (Amendment) Bill 2017.
almost P1 billion, an amount representing total dutiable value of the firm's 1996 crude oil importation.