Translation for 'import duty' from English to Russian
NOUN   an import duty | import duties
импортная пошлина {ж}
import duty
Partial Matches
ввоз {м}import
импортировать что-л. [сов./несов.]to import sth.
unverified ввози́ть [несов.] что-л.to import sth.
обязанность {ж}duty
таможенная пошлина {ж}customs duty
импорт {м} [процесс ввоза товаров из-за границы]
import [process of bringing goods from abroad]
дежурить [быть дежурным] [несов.]to be on duty
пошлина {ж}
duty [tax, tariff]
беспошлинный {adj}
duty-free [exempt from duty]
Мавр сделал свое дело, мавр может уходить. [из пьесы "Заговор Фиеско в Генуе" Иоганна Фридриха Шиллера]
The Moor has done his duty, the Moor can go. [after: Fiesco's Conspiracy at Genoa]
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Usage Examples English
  • They allow countries to act in a way that would normally break the GATT principles of binding a tariff and not discriminating between trading partners—typically anti-dumping action means charging extra import duty on the particular product from the particular exporting country in order to bring its price closer to the "normal value" or to remove the injury to domestic industry in the importing country.
  • He successfully petitioned the Colonial Office for a drawback on the import duty on brandy imported into the colony and 'actually used in the manufacture of wine'.
  • This, combined with a 10% import duty on cars entering the US, caused Beetle sales to plummet in what had become a critical market for Volkswagen.
  • At the first election for the New South Wales Legislative Council held in July 1843, Windeyer was elected for the County of Durham Windeyer supported free trade and worked to remove duties on the export of New South Wales tobacco to Van Diemen's Land and wheat to the United Kingdom, but supported an import duty of 1 shilling a bushel on foreign wheat on the basis that it would be a revenue not a protective duty.
  • However, in a final insult, upon returning to England, the Customs department charged him 30% import duty on the medal.

  • Diplomats are exempt from import duty and tariffs for items for their personal use.
  • Exported to several Western countries, the M-402 in Norway had an advantage over the Ford Anglia or Prefect, being both more available and less subject to import duty.
  • On arrival in Darwin, his car was seized by customs officials demanding import duty, until direct intervention by the Prime Minister Stanley Bruce averted the situation.
  • A duty levied on goods being imported is referred to as an 'import duty', and one levied on exports an 'export duty'.
  • He took with him an early version of the song "Daisy Bell", and a bicycle on which he had to pay import duty.

  • To recover the annuities, British Prime Minister Ramsay MacDonald retaliated with the imposition of 20% import duty on Free State agricultural products into the UK, which constituted 90% of all Free State exports.
  • In 1990 Lai tried to run a business to import duty-free TVs, where he made thousands.
  • The import duty exemption expired in April 1915, and Jack sold various items in the collection to pay the inheritance taxes and to raise money for the cash bequests in his father's will.
  • It is used for the assembly of their Model S sedan and Model X SUV for the European Union, but not all of Europe since only cars imported to the EU benefit from circumventing the 10% import duty (e.g. ...
  • California was not alone in using the import duty to pay for its government as the U.S.

  • The industry was protected from this foreign ore by import duty in the late 18th and early 19th centuries.
  • During the 16th century several historical records show that the trader masters were supposed to pay an import duty to local officials, but many attempted to avoid the payments by smuggling the cargoes ashore.
  • Hops used in England were imported from France, Holland and Germany and were subject to import duty; it was not until 1524 that hops were first grown in the southeast of England (Kent), when they were introduced as an agricultural crop by Dutch farmers.
  • John Bates was a merchant from the Levant Company who refused to pay the import duty on currants; this was taken to the Court of the Exchequer, where he lost, and so impositions were extended giving the treasury a "windfall".
  • Although the wine gallon had been used for centuries for import duty purposes, there was no legal standard of it in the Exchequer, while a smaller gallon [...] was actually in use, requiring this statute; the 231 cubic inch gallon remains the U.S.

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