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April 28, 2020
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Tariff quotas permit total or partial suspension of the normal duties applicable to imported goods. The quotas are set for a limited quantity of goods and for a limited period.

There are two types of tariff quotas: preferential and autonomous. The management of tariff quotas is also organized in several ways.

Preferential tariff quotas

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Ar yra galimybė susigrąžinti importo mokesčius, jeigu importuota prekė yra eksportuojama? Pavyzdžiui, Lietuvos įmonė importuoja prekes iš Kinijos (išleidžia į laisvą apyvartą). Po kelių mėnesių susiklosto taip, kad parduoda jas (niekaip nepakeistas) įmonei Šveicarijoje ir eksportuoja. Ar tokiu atveju Lietuvos įmonė galėtų kreiptis dėl importo mokesčių sugrąžinimo? Nes prekės buvo eksportuotos, o pati įmonė, jeigu būtų numačiusi iš anksto, kad susiklostys tokia situacija, būtų neišleidusi prekių į laisvą apyvartą, o padėjusi jas į muitinės sandėlį.

Muita UAB

customs duty and taxes
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