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- Anonymous1 decade agoBest Answer
In accordance with import and export tax regulations of Taiwan, if the combined value and international transport fee of the merchandise is equivalent to or over $3000 NT, then a duty tax must be applied. Attached are two documents for further clarification.
If you have any questions regarding the tax receipt or tax regulations, please do not hesitate to notify me.
1. Merchandise may be sent under the categories of “No commercial value” or “Sample”.
2. If it is necessary to report the value of the merchandise, it should have a value of less than $3000NT, or 50 euros (depending on the exchange rates).
3. Regarding printed items, such as facsimiles or catalogues:
“Documents” are limited to the category of “Paper products”; non-paper products must be sent as a parcel. However, this may change depending on the import regulations of each country. Not all items may be sent as a document, e.g. photos, negatives of photos, books, catalogues, et cetera.
However, it can be noted on the bottom of the tax receipt that the items are of no commercial value.
Thank you for your time and attention.
- 1 decade ago
According to the Taiwan Import & Outport related tax, the values of the goods is similar to the international frieght cost (F.O.B or C.I.F. Or D.D.U). If over NT$3000, it should pay for the Custom Tax. Please see enclosed 2 files for ref.
An invoice sample and the related Custom Tax. Should you have any inquiries, please let me know.
1. Can be shipped as non-comerical value or samples.
2. If it is a must to fill in the value of the goods, please states lesser than NT$3000 (Euro - between $50 dollars, depending on the exchage rate)
3. About printout: such as catalogue or leaflet
"Document" can only be paper type. For those non paper type, they have to be shipped as "package". However, it depends on different countires. It may not be classified as doucument, such as photos, plates, books and catalogues etc. But you can remark at the bottom of the invoice (without commercial value)Source(s): 自己