Commodity


Chapter
08 Fruit and nuts, edible; peel of citrus fruit or melons

Sub Chapter
0807 Melons (including watermelons) and papaws (papayas); fresh

Sub Heading
080719 OTHER

Code
0807190000 OTHER

 

Tariffs


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Country GroupGroup DescriptionActivityTariff RateUnitValid FromValid To
CDGCustoms Duty GeneralImport15%KG30-03-202031-12-9999
EU-PREFEU Preferential RateImportFREEKG30-03-202031-12-9999
EFTA-PREFEFTA Preferential RateImportFREEKG30-03-202031-12-9999
SADC-PREFSADC Preferential RateImportFREEKG30-03-202031-12-9999
MERC-PREFMERCOSUR - Preferential RateImportFREEKG30-03-202031-12-9999
VATValue Added TaxImport15%KG30-03-202031-12-9999

 

Measures


Name Type Agency Description Comments Law Validity
Phytosanitary Certificate for Export of Plants/Plant Products SPS Department of Veterinary and Livestock Services This process represents the procedure for obtaining a phytosanitary certificate for export of plants/plant products. This certificate is issued to ensure that plant and plant material are free from pests before they can be exported from Eswatini. The time for processing a phytosanitary certificate depends on the conditions stipulated on the import permit from the importing country. It is recommended that an exporter gives an allowance of 7 working days to process the document. This is due to the fact that the import permit may require the inspection of the consignment and this also may entail laboratory analysis or phytosanitary treatment of the product. The Plant Health Protection Act, 2013 09-09-9999

Procedures

Name Description Category View Procedure Detail with Relevant Forms
Phytosanitary Certificate for Export of Plants and Plant Products This certificate is issued to ensure that plant and plant material are free from pests before they can be exported from Eswatini. The certificate is in the form of a formal document prepared on pre-printed stationary and serialized. Import/Export View