Regulation of the Minister of Trade No. 23 of 2022 on the Adjustment of the Classification of Goods Affected by Provisions on Import and Export Prohibitions and Restrictions Based on the Goods Classification System
Enforcement Date: 28 April 2022
- Classifications of goods that will be imported and exported must be undertaken in accordance with the relevant goods descriptions and the tariff headings/harmonized system set out under the 2022 goods classification system in accordance with the relevant laws and regulations on the determination of the goods classification system.
- If any Regulation of the Minister that addresses prohibitions and restrictions relating to imports and exports of goods has not been brought into line with the description of the goods and the tariff post/harmonized system set out under the 2022 goods classification system, then imports and exports of goods should continue to be undertaken in line with the 2021 goods classification system.
- Provisions that refer to the implementation of imports and exports of goods under the 2022 goods classification system have been in force since 1 April 2022.
- Business licenses for both the import and export sector, as issued by the Ministry of Trade prior to 1 April 2022 and which have not been brought into line with the descriptions of goods and tariff headings/harmonized system for the 2022 goods classification system will still be considered valid until the relevant business licenses expire.
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