Yes. The products in the sensitive items list : View Sensitive Item List
Products imported from the EAC Partner States attract NO import duty, i.e 0%., provided the products meet the specific rules of origin. Refer : See Tarrif Section
Yes, there are general exemptions as provided in the EAC Customs Management Act 5th Schedule
Tariff on Imports from SADC and COMESA to EAC Partner States are subjected to tariffs as per EAC Partner States laws as provided for by EAC Customs Union Protocol Article 1.1.2.
The Customs Valuation code is provided in the EAC Customs Management Act (CMA) Section 122 and 4th Schedule of the EAC CMA . View the Customs Management Act
More information on Customs Valuation can be found in the EAC Customs Valuation Manual
Yes. For goods of a value of up to US$500 the EAC the traders are required to obtain a Simplified Certificate of Origin from the Customs Officials at the Border free of charge <provide link to EAC Legal Notice of 30 June 2006>. This certificate ensures that the products are not charged import duty at the border as they enter the destination country.
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