When exporting products that were made or re-processed in Brazil, they are subject to Export Duty. In this article, we will take a look at Export Duty from Brazil.
Brazil has a number of requirements and specific procedures for import operations that may confound even Brazilians. In this article, we will present you with a complete guide to Brazilian Import operations.
In some specific cases when goods are imported to Brazil, there is a need for these goods to be returned to the country of origin. In this article, we will take a closer look at how the process of returning rejected imports to Brazil works.
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When coming to Brazil on a trip or returning from abroad all passengers should submit a Declaration of Goods at Brazilian customs. In this article, we will take a look at the Electronic Travelers’ Customs Declaration.
The import of perishable products is subject to special treatment and supervision since these goods are more sensitive to external factors. In this article, we will take a look at the import of perishable products.
In Brazil there is a system for registering air cargo loading, unloading and transit which allows importers and all other involved entities to track cargo. In this article, we will take a look at the MANTRA system.
In Brazil, individuals that want to be a part of the foreign trade operations which account for more than USD 3.000 for professional purposes, as well as for personal collections or own consumption, must be registered with Siscomex. In this article, we will take a look at Radar Pessoa Física.
Regulations in force by Brazilian Customs may result in some goods getting stuck at custom when exporting to Brazil. In this article, we will take a look at the 7 main reasons why goods get stuck at Brazilian customs.
Among the many responsibilities of Inmetro, certifying that goods and services were produced according to previously established minimum requirements stands out as one of its most important activities. In this article, we will take a look at how Inmetro certifies goods and services.
It is possible to keep goods stored in Brazilian bonded warehouses for up to three years. But what happens and what must be done after that? This article answers these questions and brings more information on the subject.