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According to the “Statue for Investment by Foreign Nationals” and “Statue for Investment by Overseas Chinese” the followings are prohibited from investing by Foreign and Overseas Chinese 1. Those which may negatively affect national security, public... More Detail
When duty-paid imports are found to have been damaged or not conforming to the specifications and quality as stated in the original contract,what can we do?
1.When duty-paid imports are found to have been damaged or not conforming to the specifications and quality as stated in the original contract, thereby necessitating compensation or replacement by the exporter, the compensation or replacement shall b... More Detail
How can I know my payment history concerning the trade promotion service fee? How can I know whether I have any fees payable?
The trade promotion service fee is collected on a seasonal basis. To check your payment history, please contact us, or visit the website at http://db.customs.gov.tw/DGOC/sea/sea/IS8000W.jsp (sea cargo) 02-2420-2951 ext. 3526 http://db.customs.gov.t... More Detail
1.Inbound passengers aged 20 or over are allowed to bring in alcoholic beverages (1,000 cc regardless of the quantity of bottles), plus 200 cigarettes, or 25 cigars or 1 pound of tobacco duty-free. 2.If inbound passengers carry more than 5L of alcoh... More Detail
Shall I need to declare to the Customs if I want to deliver a product to foreign clients by post parcels?
1. If the product belongs to each of following conditions, exporters need to file the export declarations to the Customs officers inside the Post Office. Otherwise, the exporters can directly send their product without declaration. (1) FOB of produc... More Detail
1. Each outbound passenger or transit passenger can carry goods, which are valued at no more than USD 20,000 and excluded from the List of Commodities Subject to Export Restriction published by the Bureau of Foreign Trade. 2. If passengers carry gol... More Detail
According to Article 23, Paragraph 1 and 3, of the Customs Act, Customs has a right to examine any shipment imported. 1. With imported, exported or transited goods, Customs may examine or waive examination either by authorization or by application. ... More Detail
1. If application is submitted before the goods are released – within four working days after the goods are released. 2. If application is submitted after the goods are released - within five working days after the application is filed. More Detail
Please link to the website http://eweb.customs.gov.tw, click on “Trade Statistics Search “ and ” Commodity, Quantity/Weight, Value, Country/Area”. Upon choosing all the appropriate options for your query, you’ll get the trade statistics information o... More Detail
1. Trade statistics recording date：Completion of scrutiny of import/export declarations by Customs. 2. Value of goods：Imported goods on the basis of CIF-type value; exported goods on the basis of FOB-type value. More Detail