Includes customs regulations and contact information for this country's customs office.
Last Published: 7/10/2017

It is essential to have all Customs documents in complete order. Products can get delayed for various reasons, including minor errors or omissions in paperwork. Products held at customs in Brazil can be assessed high fees. Brazilian Customs frequently seizes shipments that appear to have inaccurate documentation. Customs has the right to apply fines and penalties at its discretion. For further information on customs regulations in Brazil, visit the Customs website (in Portuguese).

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Brazil Foreign Trade Regulations