import duty

  1. a duty imposed on imports
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How To Use import duty In A Sentence

  • In Bangladesh, the government has just imposed a tax of 900 taka on all new connections, in addition to an import duty of 300 taka levied on all imported handsets.
  • I made such a contact in Matamoros with such a company and was told that it is not possible to bring into Mexico ANY car that is younger than ten years old even if I would pay the Import Duty on it. Getting a 6 Month Tourist Permit for the Car
  • The removal of quantitative restrictions has meant that domestic prices have become aligned with international prices, the only wedge between them being driven by the import duty.
  • The fact that the import duty has insulated the domestic market provides domestic producers with the opportunity to build up a monopolistic scheme.
  • He had previously demanded the government to reimpose the 300 percent import duty on luxury cars.
  • The repeal of the import duty would brush away at one stroke the danger of monopoly.
  • That plant exists in part to build cars closer to their eventual owners, saving both time and money for transportation and import duty.
  • Tax holidays and import duty exemptions are available to investors in certain enterprises for which there is a special need.
  • The majority of four-wheel drive vehicles continue to taxed at the concessional rate of 5 per cent import duty while passenger vehicles incur a 15 per cent duty.
  • There have been regular cuts in the excise duty on finished goods and in the import duty on imported raw materials, mainly titanium dioxide.
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