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Arabic translation: كالبضائع الخاضعة للرسوم الجمركية

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English term or phrase:like customable goods
Arabic translation:كالبضائع الخاضعة للرسوم الجمركية
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16:30 Apr 26, 2008
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Law (general) / related to customs and goods
English term or phrase: like customable goods
like customable goods
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Local time: 13:07
كالبضائع الخاضعة للرسوم الجمركية
Explanation:
كالبضائع الخاضعة للرسوم الجمركية

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Note added at 5 mins (2008-04-26 16:35:46 GMT)
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Item 2 - Subregulation 32(1)
This item amends the Principal Regulations by substituting a new subregulation 32(1).

Section 69 of the Act sets out a regime that applies to “like customable goods”. This term is defined as goods listed in the table to section 19 of the Tariff Act and any other goods that are prescribed for the purposes of section 69. Like customable goods are primarily goods that would attract excise duty if they were locally produced, for example petroleum, alcohol and tobacco, but they also include some products that are subject to the Wine Equalisation Tax.

http://www.comlaw.gov.au/ComLaw/Legislation/LegislativeInstr...
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5 +9كالبضائع الخاضعة للرسوم الجمركية
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كالبضائع الخاضعة للرسوم الجمركية


Explanation:
كالبضائع الخاضعة للرسوم الجمركية

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Note added at 5 mins (2008-04-26 16:35:46 GMT)
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Item 2 - Subregulation 32(1)
This item amends the Principal Regulations by substituting a new subregulation 32(1).

Section 69 of the Act sets out a regime that applies to “like customable goods”. This term is defined as goods listed in the table to section 19 of the Tariff Act and any other goods that are prescribed for the purposes of section 69. Like customable goods are primarily goods that would attract excise duty if they were locally produced, for example petroleum, alcohol and tobacco, but they also include some products that are subject to the Wine Equalisation Tax.

http://www.comlaw.gov.au/ComLaw/Legislation/LegislativeInstr...

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