Includes customs regulations and contact information for this country's customs office.
Last Published: 10/22/2018

Customs authorities have fiscal and non-fiscal duties.  Fiscal duties include collecting taxes such as import and excise duties, as well as additional fees for statistics and consent per applicable laws including: the Customs Act commodity code (WTI) 1996 SB 1995 no. 111, as amended by SB 2004 no. 79 and the corresponding tariff called CARICOM External tariff (CET) 2007.  Non-fiscal duties include checks on the proper implementation of non-tax legislation on drugs, plants, and animals. 

Customs Office
Phone: (597) 402-778
Fax: (597) 403-164
Email: asycursur@sr.net

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Suriname Foreign Trade Regulations