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dutiable

(of goods) liable to duty
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Instead of targeting Balikbayan boxes, Seneres said Customs Commissioner Alberto Lina should set his sights on big-time smugglers who slip highly dutiable items such as cars and electronics into the country.
The new Customs Declaration Form asks passengers have to specifically declare, prohibited goods and dutiable items, including gold bullion and gold jewellery.
According to customs officials, the ' Indian Customs Declaration Form' carries additional fields for declaration of dutiable and prohibited goods will help authorities in checking customs duty frauds and keep a record of gold jewellery and bullion being brought into the country.
Meanwhile, the new 'Indian Customs Declaration Form' carries additional fields for declaration of dutiable and prohibited goods and seeks details different from the detachable perforated strip which is part of the immigration card at the moment.
The passengers who walk through the green channel with dutiable or prohibited goods may invite prosecution or penalty and confiscation of the goods
imports from CBI countries since the CBTPA program began, with imports presented as entering either as dutiable or duty free under various preference programs.
Thus countries must ensure that their rules -- to determine dutiable value for customs purposes, to inspect products to ascertain conformity to mandatory standards, or to issue import licences -- conform to provisions of the relevant Agreements.
Consequently, services provided to members in return for their annual contributions are dutiable services in the context of value added tax.
It appears that the proposed regulations will not significantly change customs valuations, the only portion of software generally dutiable is the medium, and it does not appear that the characterizations contained in the proposed regulations will have any effect on a medium's dutiable value.
The government increased the petroleum prices by 7 per cent while a temporary duty of 10 per cent has been levied on dutiable and five per cent on non-dutiable items.
Allocation of adjustments to property having dutiable and nondutiable portions