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What goods are duty free?

The following items are duty free:

- Medicaments and other goods zero rated under Chapter 30; sheath contraceptives; napkins and napkin liners for adults (incontinence aids).

o E.g. Prescription drugs, condoms and adult diapers 0.00%

- Orthopedic appliances, including crutches, surgical belts and trusses; splints and other fracture appliances; artificial parts of the body; corrective contact lenses and spectacles; hearing aids and other appliances which are worn or carried, or implanted in the body, to compensate for a defect or disability of a kind otherwise classifiable to tariff heading 90.21; carriages for disabled persons, parts and accessories thereof (excluding batteries).

o E.g. Artificial teeth, pacemakers for stimulating heart muscles, artificial limbs, wheel chairs and walkers for the disabled 0.00%

- Printed books (excluding antique books), brochures, leaflets and similar printed matter; newspapers, journals and periodicals; children's picture books, drawing books or colouring books; children's workbooks of a kind classifiable to 49.03; music, printed or in manuscript; original architectural plans and drawings of a kind otherwise classifiable to tariff heading 49.06; postage, revenue or similar stamps, first-day covers; computer software

o E.g. Reading books, magazines and computer software (includes computer games) 0.00%

- Tableware and kitchenware of ceramics, porcelain or china 0.00%

- Seeds of a kind used for sowing

o E.g. Packaged vegetable seeds 0.00%

- Agricultural, horticultural or forestry machinery for soil preparation or cultivation of a kind otherwise classifiable to tariff heading 84.32

o E.g. Rotary tillers, chipper shredders and seed broadcasters 0.00%

- Collections and collectors' pieces of zoological, botanical, mineralogical, anatomical, historical, archaeological, palaeontological, ethnographic or numismatic interest of a kind otherwise classifiable to tariff heading 97.05.

o E.g. Medal and coin collections

- This excludes coins and medals not regarded as collectors' pieces nor forming a collection of numismatic interest (e.g., large consignments of any one coin or medal). 0.00%

- Breakfast cereals, bulgur wheat, cream, malt, potato flour and flakes, prepared food for infant use (including formula), rice sugar, wheat and cereal flours 0.00%

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