Importing and re-export of goods to Dubai UAE is subject to certain regulations set by Customs Department.
Goods and commodities imported to UAE from countries outside the GCC are subject to 5% of the value of goods, in addition to the Cost Freight Insurance (CIF).
Before proceeding to customs, the importer needs to ensure that commodities documents are under his name and the attached invoices specify each item details (coordinated code, number and weight). At the arrival of imported commodities, the customs agent checks the nature and substance of the goods, the purpose and location of its use, the form in which it has been imported, and whether or not they shall be classified into various codes.
To complete the registration of the customs declaration, it is essential to declare the value of commodities and its specifications through the provision
The Customs administration may request Arabic translation of the invoices as well as the other documents in accordance with the Customs Tariff. After completing the customs declaration registration, the commodities are transferred to inspection or release. In case of release, customs duties need to be paid to receive the customs declaration stamped and release the commodities.
UAE has joined various trade agreements, internationally and regionally, and is currently in the mid of multiple trade negotiations. By joining these trade agreements, UAE aims at developing the national trade on the basis of equality and mutual benefit in accordance with the laws prevailing in each country and serve the stage of the economy diversification.
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