Customs in Algeria
- Import Procedures
To import or export goods, you must present a detailed declaration to the Customs office; it must be written and signed by the informant.
To consult import procedures, click here.
- Specific Import Procedures
- There are various particular and economic regimes. Consult the Algerian Customs website dedicated to these issues for further information.
- Importing Samples
- Samples can be exported with no controls. To see the Customs note on this subject, click here.
Customs Duties and Taxes on Imports
- Average Customs Duty (Excluding Agricultural Products)
- 0 to 30%
- Products Having a Higher Customs Tariff
- Example : Caviar, with Customs Duty of 30% and Domestic Consumption Tax of 50%.
- Preferential Rates
- Since 1 September 2005, the association agreement between the European Union and Algeria has been in force. A large number of products have been exempted from Customs duties. Moreover, Algeria is a member of the Arab Maghreb Union (UMA).
- Customs Classification
- The Algerian Customs tarrif is applied on the HS nomenclature.
- Method of Calculation of Duties
- In calculating duties and taxes, the basis used by the Customs administration is the CIF price, i.e. the price before tax paid or to be paid by the consignee.
- Method of Payment of Customs Duties
- On clearing Customs. By cheque.
- Import Taxes (Excluding Consumer Taxes)
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