Caregory:  Laws & Regulation

Added on:  8/31/2013 8:56:33 PM

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Exports to New Zealand

Where can I find the regulations for exporting goods such as carpets to New Zealand?
Riya

Riya Replied on 1/10/2017 at 6:31 AM

Duties on goods imported into New Zealand are usually assessed on an ad .... For information on common export documents, such as transportation documents, export ... Reduced Fire Hazard) Regulations 2008 on the NZ Customs website. .... The standard covers most textile goods including carpets.

pam

pam Replied on 10/24/2016 at 5:01 AM

A great report, must read.https://books.google.co.in/books?id=2GHxCQAAQBAJ

Riya

Riya Replied on 8/17/2016 at 5:10 AM

http://web.ita.doc.gov/tacgi/overseasnew.nsf/alldata/New Zealand

Riya

Riya Replied on 4/1/2016 at 4:37 AM

Duties on goods imported into New Zealand are usually assessed on an ad valorem basis, i.e., as a percentage of the FOB (free on board) value of the imported merchandise. In some cases, "specific" tariffs are calculated as a per unit charge on the weight, volume, or other measurement or a combination of ad valorem and specific rates. Many clothing imports are subject to specific tariffs expressed in NZ$ per unit or a combination of ad valorem and specific rates.

Riya

Riya Replied on 3/18/2016 at 4:22 AM

Duties on goods imported into New Zealand are usually assessed on an ad valorem basis, i.e., as a percentage of the FOB (free on board) value of the imported merchandise. In some cases, "specific" tariffs are calculated as a per unit charge on the weight, volume, or other measurement or a combination of ad valorem and specific rates. Many clothing imports are subject to specific tariffs expressed in NZ$ per unit or a combination of ad valorem and specific rates.

Riya

Riya Replied on 2/23/2016 at 4:06 AM

iable for Customs duty and other applicable fees.In all circumstances you will need to pay a clearance fee. Your Customs duty will be worked out by applying the appropriate duty rate to the Customs value of the goods in question. You will also pay goods and services tax (GST). Other duties and levies may also apply.If you use the services of a Customs broker, agent or freight forwarder, they will usually work out all your charges for you. However, if you wish to submit your own clearances you need to know what charges you may be liable for.

Riya

Riya Replied on 10/30/2015 at 4:07 AM

Google will help you to find out the list of exporting regulations.

Riya

Riya Replied on 10/12/2015 at 6:40 AM

You need to check with the concern department.

Riya

Riya Replied on 10/9/2015 at 5:04 AM

I'm unable to find the regulations list?

Riya

Riya Replied on 8/13/2015 at 3:49 AM

Export to new zealand is expensive?

Riya

Riya Replied on 7/22/2015 at 11:31 AM

All goods brought into New Zealand for business or commercial purposes will be liable for Customs duty and other applicable fees.In all circumstances you will need to pay a clearance fee. Your Customs duty will be worked out by applying the appropriate duty rate to the Customs value of the goods in question. You will also pay goods and services tax (GST). Other duties and levies may also apply.

aniket

aniket Replied on 4/3/2015 at 4:55 PM

You can do a search on the internet.


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