Then download the law on customs.
For personal allowances, it is at the discretion of the Director of Customs at the airport to decide what, if any, 'taxes' are applicable - they can be 'flexible'
https://www.iatatravelcentre.com/KH-Cam ... etails.htm
As I import this figure is based on experience.clutchcargo wrote: ↑Fri Oct 18, 2019 10:46 am ^^^^^^
Thanks Mishmash. Do you have a link to above? I can't find it for the life of me..
Since found this https://pnh.cambodia-airports.aero/en/p ... oms-excise
And this http://www.customs.gov.kh/other-procedu ... passenger/
Altho there's no mention of 20% duty
There are three types of duty - Customs Duty, Special Tax and VAT
VAT is 10% Flat Rate
Customs Duty is from 0% to 35% in the increments 0%, 7%, 15%, 35%
Special Tax 0% to 50%
Annnnnnnddddddd - just for you bro
33.05 Preparations for use on the hair. ផលិតផលប្រើសម្រាប់សក់
3305.10 - Shampoos : - សាប៊ូកក់សក់ ៖
3305.10.10 - - Having anti-fungal properties - - មានសារធាតុកំចាត់ផ្សិត kg 7 0 10 0
3305.10.90 - - Other - - ផ្សេងទៀត kg 7 0 10 0
3305.20.00 - Preparations for permanent waving or straightening - ផលិតផលសម្រាប់ធ្វើអោយសក់ត្រង់ ឬអ៊ុតរួញ kg 15 0 10 0
3305.30.00 - Hair lacquers - ថ្នាំបាញ់សក់អោយរឹង និងរលោង kg 15 0 10 0
We can see from the HS code that depending on the type of hair care you will pay 17% to 25% or roundabout 20% depending on your negotiating skills
They may do by weight and come to an 'agreement'
IF you deface the articles you may bring them in as "samples"
Tearing, altering, perforating, slashing or defacing the items and/or
Using permanent indelible marking or permanent labeling to clearly mark the item as a ‘commercial sample’.
Thanks Mishmash..much appreciated. Will send you separate PM.
Or! What are the chargers above on import duty, if that went by the book it would be expected and all the fees are their in black and white. Just like the works and labour minister quoted recently that foreigner's pay $190 for their yearly visa! The extra $100 he didn't mention must be your own import tax. Lets be reasonable and follow that rate of tax of about $200 spend you may only pay half of the amount in tax or get away without paying 0.
Duty free goods too by the way are allowed if bought usually in one of the shops, in the Airport or Airline.
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