Includes information on what is required for temporary entry.
Last Published: 4/17/2016
Article 114 of the Afghan Customs Code states that temporary entry goods will be taxed at 3 percent of the monthly total customs duty.  Personal belongings, luggage and samples are exempt from payment of duty if they have no commercial purposes.

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