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Customs Rules Of Valuation Regulations In exercise of the powers conferred by subsection 35B of the Customs Act [Act ], the Minister makes the following regulations:. A materials, component, parts and other items incorporated in the goods;.
B tools, dies, moulds and other items utilized in the production of the goods;. C materials consumed in the production of the goods; and. D engineering, development work, artwork, design work, plans and sketches undertaken elsewhere than in Malaysia and necessary for the production of the goods-.
If the cost, charge, expense, duties or other taxes is identified separately from the balance of the price paid or payable for the goods;. A their cost of acquisition where they were acquired by the buyer from a person who was not related to the buyer at the time of their acquisition;. B their cost of acquisition incurred by the person related to the buyer, where the goods were acquired by the buyer from a person who was related to the buyer at the time of their acquisition but who did not produce them; or.
C their cost of production where they were produced by the buyer or a person related to the buyer at the time of their production. A the cost of their transportation to the place of production of the goods being value; and. B the value added to them by any repairs or modifications made to them after they were so acquired or produced;. Deductive Value As Customs Value. A the commercial accounts of the producer of the goods being valued; or.
B any other sufficient information relating to the production of the goods being valued, that are supplied by or an behalf of the producer of the goods and prepared in a manner consistent with the generally accepted accounting principles of the country of production of the goods being valued, including, without limiting the generality of the foregoing -. Flexible Valuation Allowed.
Minimum Value. Notwithstanding any other provision under these regulations, the minister may fix a minimum value on imported goods Written explanation on valuation method upon written request by importer. The importer shall, upon written request, have the right to an explanation in writing from the proper officer of customs as to how the customs value of his imported goods was determined.
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Skip Ribbon Commands. Skip to main content. Turn off Animations. Turn on Animations. Sign In. This page location is:. Page Content. Content Editor. Interpretation 2. If the cost, charge, expense, duties or other taxes is identified separately from the balance of the price paid or payable for the goods; c in respect of carrier media bearing data or instructions, by deducting the value of the data or instructions from the price paid or payable for the goods if: i the value of the data or instructions is distinguished from the cost or value of the carrier media; and ii the data or instruction are not incorporated in data processing equipment.
Deductive Value As Customs Value 8. Notwithstanding any other provision under these regulations, the minister may fix a minimum value on imported goods Written explanation on valuation method upon written request by importer Exchange Rate Hak terpelihara. Akta Kastam
Customs Act 1967
Payment of customs duty under protest 13B. Director General to determine questions on classification and valuation Certificate of Director General admissible in evidence 22B. Recovery of customs duty as a civil debt 22C. Joint and several liability of director, etc. Vessels exempted from requiring port clearance Master of vessel not sailing within 48 hours of port clearance to report.