Myanmar’s tariff schedule is based upon the ASEAN Trade in Goods Agreement (ATIGA) tariff schedule, which in turn is based on the Harmonized System Nomenclature.
Myanmar Customs Tariff 2012 has 21 Sections, (98) Chapters and number of classification tariff lines are 9558 in total.
Rules of origin are the criteria applied to determine the national source of a product. There are two types of rules of origin – non-preferential and preferential. Non-preferential rules are
Non-tariff measures (NTMs), sometimes also called non-tariff barriers to trade (NTBs), are measures other than tariffs that restrict trade. Myanmar currently imposes import and export
Imports of goods into and exports from Myanmar are governed by the Sea Customs Act (1878), the Land Customs Act (1924), the Export Import Law 2012,
Administrative rulings and court rulings regarding importing and exporting and international trade can be found on the following websites:
Trade facilitation concerns how procedures and controls governing the movement of goods across national borders can be improved to reduce cost and shipment time
An “authorized trader” (sometimes called an “authorized economic operator”) is a concept developed in the WCO’s SAFE Framework of Standards, the WCO’s Revised