Netherlands - Customs and duties

The Dutch government has a traditionally liberal policy on tariffs and its membership in the Benelux Economic Union, the European Union, and other international trade organizations has resulted in comparatively low import duties. Tariffs on imports from the dollar area have also been liberalized and about 90% of imports from the United States are unrestricted quantitatively. Raw materials are usually not subject to import duties.

Imports are subject to EU customs regulations and tariff rates, plus VAT and other charges levied at entry through customs.

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Mar 11, 2012 @ 8:08 am
Hello, I have one question, if I wanna send something from China, should I pay duties then? How much for 1kg?

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