Import and export declaration charge to be capped at $200 from tomorrow
The Government's measure to cap the import and export declaration (TDEC) charge at $200 will take effect from tomorrow (August 1). The cap will apply to goods imported to Hong Kong, or exported or re-exported from Hong Kong, on or after August 1.
Under the above measure, for each TDEC involving goods at a value above $1.644 million, the TDEC charge will remain at $200.
The arrangements for the lodgement of TDECs and payment of charges will remain unchanged. For enquiries, please contact the Customs and Excise Department (hotline: 2707 7748, email: email@example.com), the Census and Statistics Department (hotline: 2877 1818, email: firstname.lastname@example.org) or the three Government-appointed service providers of Government Electronic Trading Services (namely Brio Electronic Commerce Limited, Global e-Trading Services Limited and Tradelink Electronic Commerce Limited, with contact information available at www.cedb.gov.hk/citb/en/Policy_Responsibilities/gets_sp.html).
Ends/Tuesday, July 31, 2018