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Using the ATA carnet in Brazil


Brazil is the 76th member of the ATA carnet system. Companies with foreign trade relations with Brazil can now benefit from the ATA carnet procedure Duty exemptions for certain goods

With the accession of the largest South American country, temporary duty-free imports of e.g. professional equipment, samples and exhibits to Brazil are now possible. Carnets are internationally recognized customs documents and also known as “Goods Passport”. Now carnets from Brazil can be accepted by customs and European carnets can be made for Brazil.

The exemptions from customs duties under the carnet procedures should be strictly observed by companies, as they can lead to considerable financial relief.

For companies: 15 minutes free initial consultation+49 40 369615-0or send an e-mail
Attorney Dr. Tristan Wegner

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