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Syllabus of the Subject - Brazilian Customs. Brazilian import procedures.

  1. Brazil as a member of the MERCOSUR;
  2. MERCOSUR Trade Agreements;
  3. Common External Tariff of the MERCOSUR;
  4. Import Regime in Brazil;
  5. Brazilian import tariffs;
  6. Import Procedures in Brazil;
  7. Import Licensing;
  8. Sanitary and Phytosanitary Measures;
  9. Labeling in Brazil;
  10. Special administrative requirements for the agricultural products.

Brazilian Customs - Import procedures:
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Brazilian Customs - Import procedures.

The Federative Republic of Brazil, as a member of the MERCOSUR, applies the MERCOSUR Common External Tariff.

Import products in Brazil are taxed by tariffs and other import taxes such as the IPI, ICMS, PIS and CONFIS:

  1. Tax on Industrialized Products (IPI);
  2. Tax on Circulation of goods and services (ICMS);
  3. Contributions to PIS (Social Integration Programme) and CONFIS (Social Contribution to Social Security Financing);
  4. Tax on service delivery.

The General MFN (Most-favoured-nation) not subject to the foreign trade preference varies between 0% and 35%.

  1. All tariffs in Brazil are ad valorem and applied on the CIF value of the imported product;
  2. The Brazilian import tariffs are comparatively progressive (higher for the higher value-added products and reduced prices for the raw materials);
  3. Brazil applies an import licences administrative system (statistical and control purposes);
  4. All the goods to be imported into Brazil must be subject to the import clearance;
  5. Brazil does not apply non-preferential rules of origin.

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