June 25, 2021
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Product classification recommendation for business planning

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Businesses usually contact the Customs Laboratory to find out the tariff classification of a good and/ or certain parameters of it in order to assess the financial aspects of their business plan and aspects related to the prohibitions and restrictions on entry or exit of goods. Let's take a look at how to get the product classification recommendation in Lithuania and what to do if you disagree with it.

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