Starting to import


ventas-premium
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7 Jul 12 02:37:00 pm
Hi!
Well im starting to import from China, I'm from Mexico and i've a doubt there is any way to import faster because i'm importing by China Post with free shipping and by this mean i dont have any problems with "aduana" but the delivery time is too long, someone of Mexico who knows another way to import from China to here and without problems with "aduana"?
Greetings
P.D. Sorry if i've bad english.


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richelle_salehoo1
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9 Jul 12 04:27:17 am
Hi Ventas-Premium,

In terms of expediting the shipping time, this will greatly depend on your supplier and their logistics company.

But you might find this guide helpful - Link hidden: Login to view

Cheers :)


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ventas-premium
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10 Jul 12 11:50:03 pm
Thanks, i've read itmbut the problem in Mexico is that when i place an order by DHL or UPS i've heard that aduanas take the order and i need to pay a tax, someone of Mexico that share with me your experiences importing form China?


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richelle_salehoo1
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11 Jul 12 03:54:10 am
Hello again Ventas-Premium,

Unfortunate as it may seem, a number of countries have laws and fees posted for imported items so unless you want to get in trouble you will need to comply with them.

According to this Link hidden: Login to view -
Goods imported to Mexico are subject to an eight-digit classification system, which determines the duty rate and establishes any applicable non-tariff barriers such as quotas or other restrictions. These applicable duties and taxes can be paid at commercial banks locates at the Mexican port of entry. A value added tax (VAT) is also added by Mexican authorities which is normally 15 percent of the value of the goods. VAT for goods staying within the border zone (up to 20 kilometers south of the U.S. border) is 10 percent. There is also a customs processing fee of 0.8 percent.


Hope with helps!


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ventas-premium
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11 Jul 12 04:45:21 am
Thanks i'll need to search another way if i'd pay the "taxes" my business doesn't work because i wouldn't gain the money that i need :(
Thanks for all salehoo staff


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