Customs valuation: royalties and license fees

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Customs value of the goods is one of the main factors for the right calculation of import duties. It consists of many cost elements to be considered by the importer. In this video you will learn, when one of the cost elements – the royalties and licence fees - should be included into the customs value of the goods.

The story is based on the facts from the judgement of the Court of Justice of the European Union in the case C-173/15

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Ar gali VMI nepatvirtinti susijusių
29-06-2021
52min
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Ar gali VMI nepatvirtinti susijusių asmenų tarpusavio sandorio kainos
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What's wrong with customs valuation in Ukraine?
22-05-2021

Customs valuation of goods imported into Ukraine is one of the most challenging stages of cross-border trade operations. It is relatively easy to determine the customs value of goods; however, it is almost impossible to convince the customs that the value is accurate and based on the actual price. Hence, there are many court appeals against customs decisions to adjust the customs value. The statistics of court proceedings on such cases are not in favour of customs. Thus, in cases involving Ukrainian customs, 80% (2330 out of 2917 considered over 11 months of 2020) of court decisions were made in favour of plaintiffs (importers, declarants, etc.).

Dr. Ilona Mishchenko

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What's wrong with customs valuation in Ukraine?
22-05-2021

Customs valuation of goods imported into Ukraine is one of the most challenging stages of cross-border trade operations. It is relatively easy to determine the customs value of goods; however, it is almost impossible to convince the customs that the value is accurate and based on the actual price. Hence, there are many court appeals against customs decisions to adjust the customs value. The statistics of court proceedings on such cases are not in favour of customs. Thus, in cases involving Ukrainian customs, 80% (2330 out of 2917 considered over 11 months of 2020) of court decisions were made in favour of plaintiffs (importers, declarants, etc.).

Dr. Ilona Mishchenko

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Intrinsic value (e-commerce)
22-05-2021

Intrinsic value for commercial goods means the price of the goods themselves when sold for export to the customs territory of the Union, excluding transport and insurance costs unless they are included in the price and not separately indicated on the invoice, and any other taxes and charges as ascertainable by the customs authorities from any relevant document.

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Intrinsic value (e-commerce)
22-05-2021

Intrinsic value for commercial goods means the price of the goods themselves when sold for export to the customs territory of the Union, excluding transport and insurance costs unless they are included in the price and not separately indicated on the invoice, and any other taxes and charges as ascertainable by the customs authorities from any relevant document.

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CJEU: DAF transaction price and actual transport costs that exceed it
15-05-2021

The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) examined a case regarding the determination of the customs value of imported goods (technical sulfuric acid). The question was raised whether customs authorities were entitled to add transport costs to the transaction price if, under the Incoterms DAF terms agreed between the parties, the transport costs were already included in the transaction price but actually exceeded it.

Monika Bielskienė

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CJEU: DAF transaction price and actual transport costs that exceed it
15-05-2021

The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) examined a case regarding the determination of the customs value of imported goods (technical sulfuric acid). The question was raised whether customs authorities were entitled to add transport costs to the transaction price if, under the Incoterms DAF terms agreed between the parties, the transport costs were already included in the transaction price but actually exceeded it.

Monika Bielskienė

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Muitinės vertės svarba
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Muitinės vertės svarba
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