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dutiable

(of goods) liable to duty
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AAEI said the amendment to include dutiable and total value appears to apply to the specific petitioner, without allowing the petitioner to redact confidential information or provide it in an alternative form, such as in quantified or percentage values, the ITC said.
Misuse of Green Channel: Green channel is a route followed by passengers at an airport who have no dutiable goods to declare.
It has an estimated dutiable value of P22,630,400 and an aggregate value including duties and taxes of P38,589,358.1.
He said the officer had smashed syndicates involved in the smuggling of high dutiable goods such as cigarettes and alcohol before being attached to the current Goods and Services Tax (GST) Division.
68) reproduces Irwin's graph showing the evolution of the average tariff (or duty) on total imports (which include the free-entry list) and on dutiable imports.
"Some people believe this technique of smuggling dutiable, must-be-declared goods in commercial quantities inside their clothes to avoid paying customs fees.
The customs department had last year done away with the need for Indian passengers to fill up a declaration form while coming to India if they were not carrying dutiable goods.
The premise: Throughout the nineteenth century, smugglers illicitly introduced millions of dollars in dutiable goods into the United States, testing the limits of federal power.
This growth is mainly driven by around 171.9 percent growth in the dutiable imports and bringing items like motor spirit and crude oil from zero to 2 percent and 5 percent for furnace oil during 2015-16.
Through its linkage with Qatar Airways, 'Al Nadeeb' is also able to streamline air cargo operations in a number of ways, including tracking the status of cargo loading and adding the container and truck numbers to the cargo release permit, as well as providing the ability of targeting risky and dutiable containers.
New Delhi: Passengers coming to India and not carrying dutiable goods will not have to fill up customs declaration form from tomorrow.
The filing of baggage declaration will be required only for those passengers who carry dutiable or prohibited goods.