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Importers to Ethiopia are required to pay Import (Customs) duty, Withholding Tax (a fixed rate of 3%), Excise Tax (if applicable), VAT (a fixed rate of 15%) and Surtax (a fixed rate of 10%).Tariff Calculator Total Cost of the goods = FOB Cost + Insurance + Freight Total Cost of the goods x Import Customs Duty = A (Total Cost of the goods + A) x Excise Tax Rate (If applicable) = B (Total Cost…
The proper customs officer shall verify documents and examine goods to assure the accuracy of information supplied in the document. The owner of the goods or his authorized agent shall attend during examination of the goods. Where the owner or his agent fails to appear at the time of examination, the proper Customs Officer shall open and examine the goods in the presence of relevant officials. Procedure of goods examination shall be prescribed by directives…
The following are few but not all required Documents for Customs Declaration ; On the lodgement of customs declaration and declaration of facts the following original documents in support shall be supplied to customs in a number of copies fixed by the Authority: Transportation document Price document (commercial invoice) Bank permit Packing list Certificate of origin, and Other necessary documents to be prescribed in the directives issued by the Authority Transportation document that is required…
The Re-establishment and Modernization of Customs Authority Proclamation No. 60/1997 or 60/1989 EC and its amendment Proclamation No. 368/2003 or 368/1995 EC . Declaration, Examination and Release of Goods Lodgement of Customs declaration Supporting Documents of Customs Declaration Verification of Documents and Examination of Goods Examination at the request of Importer Delivery of Goods Lodgement of Customs Declaration Except exempted by directives all goods entered in accordance with Article 17 of the proclamation shall forthwith…
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