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Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan to raise customs duty on PCs

Thursday 17 January 2013 | 14:34 CET | News
Russia, Kazakhstan and Belarus have agreed to raise the customs duty on imported PCs from 25 January, reports BizLigaNet. The levy will total 10 percent of the value of PCs costing over USD 3,000. The three countries have their own customers union with unified tariffs and free circulation within their borders.

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Categories: IT
Countries: Belarus / Kazakhstan / Russian Federation
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