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Customs

A general term for an agency in a country responsible for controlling the flow of goods into the country. Customs agencies attempt to prevent dangerous, hazardous or illegal materials from entering the country, and also collect tariffs and other taxes. They may also enforce import quotas.
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Medical Technology Association of India (MTaI) recommends that for products where the ability to import substitute is still far away, the high custom duties should be rolled back to the earlier figures (Pre January 2016 increase).
Besides, starting from 2018, the custom duties of 15 percent are applied for the import of finished products to Azerbaijan.
The FC spokesman made it clear there are permission to export fruits and vegetables to Afghanistan through proper channel and after payment of tax and custom duty but few elements want export them without payment of custom duties. He said that no permission would be granted to anyone to export goods to Afghanistan without paying relevant tax and duties.