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Export

 

DEFINITION:
In economics, an export is any good or commodity, transported from one country to another country in a legitimate way, typically for use in trade. Export
is an important part of international trade. No customs duty is involved if the goods are of locally purchased or locally manufactured.
The sale of goods by a licensed company in the country to an importer outsideexported from local markets or are locally manufactured.

The declarant shall:


1. Submit documents required.
2. Pay the export declaration registration fees.
3. Receive the customs declaration.


DOCUMENTS REQUIRED


1. Instructions of the Declaration of Goods Application (IDG) or an export
declaration approved in the name of a licensed company by a licensing
agency in the country (for airport customs points of entry).
2. Export permit from the competent agencies in the event of exporting
restricted goods.
3. Sale invoice from a licensed company in the country addressed to a company
outside the country or operating under an approved customs system
showing total quantity, description and total and detailed value of each
individual item.
4. Goods clearing declaration.




TEMPORARY EXPORT


Such type of declaration is processed upon exportation of goods for the purposes of maintenance, repair or display in exhibitions or use in projects and
return in the same condition at which they have been exported.

The Declarant Shall:

1. Submit documents required.
2. Pay the temporary export declaration registration fees.
3. Receive the temporary export declaration.
4. The inspection section at the respective customs office shall approve the
goods invoices or list (copy of the customs declaration).


DOCUMENTS REQUIRED
1. Exported goods clearing declaration.
2. Original commercial invoice.
3. Packing list with the HS codes.
4. Original export permit from the competent agencies in the event of exporting
restricted goods.
5. A formal letter from the company requesting temporary export.