KARACHI: The Directorate of Customs Valuation has determined the Customs values of CCTV cameras vide Valuation Ruling no. 621/2013.
It was brought to the notice of the Directorate that CCTV cameras were being imported as under-invoiced values causing loss of revenue to the Government exchequer.
As per the revised values, CCTV cameras without accessories and attachments of China & Hong Kong origin would be assessed to duty/taxes at $6.0 per piece while cameras of Taiwan and Korea would be assessed to duty/taxes at $10 per piece.
CCTV cameras of Sony, Samsung and Sharp brands without accessories and attachments of China & Hong Kong origin would be assessed to duty/taxes at $20 per piece while cameras (Sony, Samsung, Sharp) of Taiwan and Korea would be assessed to duty/taxes at $30 per piece.
Mini cameras without accessories and attachments of unknown brands originating from China and Hong Kong would be assessed to duty & taxes at $2.0 per piece.
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