Liberia - Customs and duties



Imports are subject to tariff duties, ranging between 2.5% and 25%, which constitute a major source of government income. Import duties are specific (based on weight) for some commodities, ad valorem (based on cost, insurance, and freight value) for others. Specific duties apply to foodstuffs, beverages, petroleum products, and certain rubber and textile products. All exports and some imports require licenses. Customs duties are 25% on luxury items such as alcoholic beverages, apparel, cosmetics, electronics, jewelry, and tobacco.

Goods may be landed, stored, sorted, manufactured, repacked, re-forwarded, or transshipped within the area of the Free Port of Monrovia without payment of customs duties, but the port was closed as of 1999.

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Apr 19, 2012 @ 10:10 am
Is there any tax in Liberia call value added tax? and what are the application of the following trade barriers in our economy: quota, tariff, embargo, freight, and import and export restrictions.

please sent your responds in my E-mail address
contacts: 0886292876/0886416701
Gilbert Anyim
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Jul 4, 2012 @ 7:07 am
please can you confirmed the import duty of cement on 50kg bags and bulk bags in Liberia.thanks
Jonathan
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Jul 27, 2012 @ 11:11 am
Hi,

Where can I find the Liberian tariff schedule? I am looking to find the duty/vat/excise etc rates to import hs # 7321.90.

Thank you!
jonathandicks@amberroad.com
Miguel
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Oct 16, 2012 @ 5:05 am
Hello, I am also looking for the Liberian tariff schedule so I can search different duties and taxes to imports. Where I can find them?

Thank you.

mzalidvar@comercio.mineco.es
Nato
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Dec 8, 2013 @ 10:22 pm
please I need information for the duty/ tax/ tarrif/ vat for malt drinks
Thank you

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