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Valuation of imported goods - the difference between the declared value and enhanced value is around 27% which could be ascribed not only on account of differences in the features between the two machines but also on account of the five months interregnum period between the two imports - demand set aside - Tri

Customs - Valuation of imported goods - the difference between the declared value and enhanced value is around 27% which could be ascribed not only on account of differences in the features between the two machines but also on account of the five months interregnum period between the two imports - demand set aside - Tri - TMI Updates - Highlights .....

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