Asked by Mr.Monty from Australia | Dec. 19, 2010 04:34
About:Entry Regulations of China

Regarding this China Entry tax with 2,000 yuan duty free cap and tax on Apple products, just some clarifications are needed please.

The Entry tax is imposed on any gifts (new items) cost exceeding 2,000 yuan. Obviously, an ipad fills into the category. However, for an iPod touch (8G), the retail price in Australia is around AU$300 mark ($289 from apple official store); given the current exchange rate between Aust dollar and Chinese Yuan is about 6.6,the converted cost would be 1,980 yuan, which is just under 2,000 cap. So can I assume that an 8G iPod touch won’t be in the declaration list, nor be a subject as a taxed item either?

Answers (1)
Answered by Mr.Philip | Dec. 21, 2010 23:11
No. if the Ipod is totally new, unsed and packaged, you will have to have it declared and pay the tax when enter China.
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