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Thu, 09 Aug 2018 19:02 - Updated Thu, 09 Aug 2018 19:01

Customs Tariff Reduces Rates on Personal Passenger Items

Luanda - The rates of personal use articles of travelers arriving in the country are going to be reduced, starting Thursday, with the entry into force of the new Customs Tariff, announced Thursday the delegate of the General Tax Administration AGT) at the Passenger Terminal of the 4 de Fevereiro International Airport.

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Passengers at 4 de Fevereiro International Airport in Luanda


According to Dinis Mário da Silva, who was speaking at a press conference about the New Agenda, "there are advantages in terms of exemptions, such as perfumes, from 94 to 43%, human hair from 83 to 23% to 23%, unlike the previous 43 percent.

Another advantage for travelers, pointed out by the head of the AGT, relates to "goods sent as postal parcels, which are treated, in this new agenda, as personal goods, unlike the old tariff," he said.

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