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Syllabus of the Subject - Brazilian Customs. Brazilian import procedures

  1. Brazil as a member of the MERCOSUR.
  2. MERCOSUR Free 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. Labelling in Brazil
  10. Special administrative requirements for the agricultural products

Sample - Brazilian Customs - Import procedures:
European Union-MERCOSUR (Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay, Paraguay) Free Trade Agreement

The Subject “Brazilian Customs” belongs to the following Online Higher Educational Programs taught by EENI Global Business School:
  1. Doctorates: American Business, World Trade
  2. Courses: Business in Brazil, South America
  3. Masters: Business in America, International Business, Foreign Trade

Learning materials in Courses, Masters, Doctorates in International Business and Foreign Trade in English + Study Master Doctorate in International Business in Spanish Brasil Masters Foreign Trade in Portuguese Brasil Study, Course Master Doctorate in International Business in French Bresil.

Online Continuing education (Courses, Certificates, Diplomas

Online Diploma Business in Brazil

Online Diploma Business in South America

India-MERCOSUR Preferential Trade Agreement (Course)

Description: 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 Industrialised 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.

MERCOSUR Concessions

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