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NameCustoms procedure for destruction of goods
DescriptionIf the goods are damaged during the Customs control, do not meet the quality requirements, and are determined to be harmful to health, hygiene and the environment by the conclusion of the relevant professional organization, they shall be destroyed under the Customs control. - Goods other than the following may be placed in the destruction regime: - Historical and cultural monuments; - Endangered species of fauna and flora and their derivatives /except for cases of highly contagious human and animal diseases/; - Customs and other tax pledged goods; - Property seized or sealed in accordance with the relevant law; - Other goods prohibited for destruction by the Customs legislation
CommentsThis measure may apply to all commodities classified under the Harmonized Commodity Identification and Coding System. Therefore, this measure is not linked to any commodities.
Validity From22-10-2008
Validity To09-09-9999
ReferenceArticle 208-214 of the Law on Customs Annex 2 of Order No. 680 of the Chairman of the Customs General Administration
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AgencyCustoms General Administration
Created Date2020-09-14 02:28:07
Updated Date2020-12-05 01:20:31
StatusActive
Measure TypePermit Requirement
Legal/RegulationCustoms clearance procedure for refusal to receive goods, goods destruction and goods of international transportation service
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Customs clearance procedure for destruction of goods This customs clearance procedure was approved by Annex 1 of the Order No. 680 of Chairman of the Customs General Administration in 2008. Under this procedure, goods that have: (a) deteriorated during the period of customs control, (b) not met the qualiImportView

 

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