UAE: Dubai Customs amends tariff codes for consumer products

UAE: Dubai Customs amends tariff codes for products

Dubai Customs adopted amendments to the tariff codes by means of Dubai Customs Notice 2/2021.

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The amendments reflect modifications to the “Description” column of two tariff codes; provide four newly created tariff code headings; and reflect 65 changes to existing tariff code sub-headings. Specifically, there are amendments to the tariff codes for the following consumer products or commodities:

  • Tobacco-related products
  • Electronic products (including “smart televisions” and receivers)
  • Cocoa powder and other instant preparation drinks with added sugar or sweetener
  • Water, milk, and cocoa beverages with added sugar or sweetener
  • Miscellaneous chemical products

Read a February 2021 report prepared by the KPMG member firm in the UAE


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Doug Zuvich | (312) 665-1022 |dzuvich@kpmg.com

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