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In the second section of the table, note that the dutiable value of total imports has fallen from 35.
9 million-the entire dutiable value-on the same shipment.
For the first time the Declaration Form carries additional fields for declaration of dutiable and prohibited goods, which will help authorities in checking customs duty frauds and keep a record of gold jewellery and bullion being brought into the country.
The reduction on dutiable tropical products (the lower part of the table) as a whole is 43%, ranging from a low of 37% for "tropical nuts and fruits" to a high of 52% for "spices, flowers and plants.
In its December decision, the court said the BOC was already barred from collecting the dutiable value of the shipment amounting to P936,899,855.
Authorities also said the owners and brokers did not declare the true dutiable value of the shipment which should be $306,600 or P14.
Among the reasons the boxes fail to get to recipients are their foreign forwarders fail to send the money to pay for custom duties; terminal fees and others; the boxes have not been shipped due to lack of the container's required volume to ship; the customs has detected dutiable goods in the boxes; unaccredited and unlicensed foreign forwarders.
The above mentioned SRO issued on September 6, 2011 says, "In exercise of the powers conferred by first proviso to subsection (1) of section 23 of the Sales Tax Act, 1990 read with sub-section (3) of section 18 of the Federal Excise Act, 2005, the federal board of revenue is pleased to direct that in case registered manufacturers, importers and exporters, making taxable or dutiable supplies to unregistered persons, shall issue an invoice containing "computerized national identity card number of national tax number of such unregistered person.
821(I)/2011 issued on September 6, 2011 says, "in exercise of the powers conferred by first proviso to sub section (1) of section 23 of the Sales Tax Act, 1990 read with sub-section (3) of section 18 of the Federal Excise Act, 2005, the Federal Board of Revenue is pleased to direct that in case of registered manufacturer, importers and exporters, making taxable or dutiable supplies to unregistered persons, shall issue an invoice containing "computerized National Identity Card number of National Tax Number of such unregistered person.
Imports are presented as entering either as dutiable or duty free under various preference programs.
Customs Ruling 544436 determined that while these types of royalty payments may not be subject to duty as royalty payments, they may be subject as "proceeds of the subsequent resale, disposal or use" of the imported merchandise that are dutiable under the GATT customs valuation code.