Dutiable Goods

Duties must be paid on goods shipped with household articles to the country, if the articles cannot be considered a part of the actual household inventory.

These goods can be, for example:

  1. Objects and equipment for commercial use.
  2. Vehicles that are subject to registration, motorised vehicles and other vehicles for sailing or flight.
  3. Objects usually fixed to the walls or floor of people's residences, e.g. fixtures and wood flooring.
  4. Food and beverages, including alcohol and tobacco.