Czech Republic

Letter mail
Parcel
EMS
Prohibited articles list

  

Weight / size limit admitted:
üPostcard – maximum weight 20g.  maximum size - 240X340mmmaximum thickness – 5mm
üLetter – maxsimum weight 250gmaximum size - 240X340mmmaximum thickness: 5mm.
üSmall packets – maxsimum weight 2kgmaximum size - 240X340mmmaximum thickness: 50mm.
üM bag – maxsimum weight 30kg. maximum height - 80cmmaximum circumference -120cm.
 
Insured* letters admitted – yes;
Maximum insured value – 4000 SDR**;
 
On-line tracking provided – yes;
 
Payments for inbound items in case, when content is a goods:
ü Customs clearance fee - 150 local currency / $8.80;
ü Threshold level below which items are free of customs duties and other taxes - 22 EUR;
 
Numbers of customs declarations required for inbound letter – 1;
Languages in which customs declarations must be completed – Czech, English, French, German, Slovak;
 
Delivery charge for small packets exceeding 500 g 
 
Period of retention for letters – 15 days;
 
 
Web site address of postal administration – www.ceskaposta.cz
 
*Insured Parcel–Type of Registered Parcel,  which is insured at cost declared by the sender. Insured value should not be more than the actual cost of the package content and should not exceed 10 000 GEL.

**SDR–Monetary unit (Special Drawing Rights) created by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) - The value of the SDR in terms of the US dollar is determined daily based on exchange rates quoted at noon each day in the London market and posted on the IMF’s 

 
***Custom declaration for letter post is required only in case, when content is a goods.
 
Weight / size limit admitted:
ü Max weight – 20 kg
ü Max size - 1,05m X 1,05m X 1,05m (or 2m length & greatest circumference);
 
Insured* parcels admitted – yes;
Maximum insured value - 4000 SDR**;
 
On-line tracking provided – yes;
 
Numbers of customs declarations required for inbound parcels – 1;
Languages in which customs declarations must be completed – French, English, Czech, Slovak, German;
 
 
Payments for inbound parcels:
ü Customs clearance fee - 150 local currency / $8.80;
ü Threshold level below which parcels are free of customs duties and other taxes - 22 EUR;
 
 
To customers’ address:
ü Free – yes;
ü Paid service – yes;
 
 
Period of retention for parcels:
ü Min – 15 days;
ü Max – 1 month;
 
Web site address of postal administration – www.ceskaposta.cz
 
 
 
*Insured Parcel–Type of Registered Parcel,  which is insured at cost declared by the sender. Insured value should not be more than the actual cost of the package content and should not exceed 10 000 GEL.
 
**SDR–Monetary unit (Special Drawing Rights) created by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) - The value of the SDR in terms of the US dollar is determined daily based on exchange rates quoted at noon each day in the London market and posted on the IMF’s 

  

Weight / size limit admitted:
ü Max weight – 20 kg
ü Max size - 1,05m X 1,05m X 1,05m (or 2m length & greatest circumference);
 
 
Maximum insured value:
 for documents: 4000 GEL
 for merchandise: 10 000 GEL
 
Numbers of customs declarations required for inbound EMS – 1;
Languages in which customs declarations must be completed – English;
 
Payments for inbound parcels:
ü Customs clearance fee - 
ü Threshold level below which parcels are free of customs duties and other taxes:
For private customers - 
For business customers 
 
How many attempts at delivery are made: 1
 
Period of retention for EMS items: 
 
Coverage: entire territory
 
Days of the week on which EMS items are delivered: 1/2/3/4/5/6
 
EMS item delivery to P.O. Box: Yes
 
National holidays on which EMS items are not delivered: 1 January, 19,22 April, 1,8 May, 5,6 July, 28 September, 28 October, 17 November, 24,25,26 December
 
Web site address of postal administration – www.postaonline.cz/en/trackandtrace/-/zasilka
 
 
*SDR–Monetary unit (Special Drawing Rights) created by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) - The value of the SDR in terms of the US dollar is determined daily based on exchange rates quoted at noon each day in the London market and posted on the IMF’s 
 
The amount of insurance paid by the customer should not exceed the actual value of the contents of the parcel

Definition of Terms

 

 

·        Prohibited items – items whose import into the country is prohibited.    

·        Items admitted conditionally – items whose importation into the country is allowed with the term if a document issued by the relevant authorities of the exporting country is presented.    

·        Items admitted without conditions – items whose import into the country is allowed.    

 

Detailed information on the HS codes and their titles can be found on the Revenue Service web-page (http://www.rs.ge/4509) or at the following address: http://www.foreign-trade.com/reference/hscode.htm

 

For easy search for a desired item, you can use the “ctrl+F” combination. A search field will appear in the right upper corner where you can write the title of the item. Pressing the “Enter” button will highlight the search word provided by you throughout the text in a different color.

 

The below information is based upon the official source of Czech Republic

 
Part I:
List of articles prohibited as imports (or in transit) or admitted conditionally
 
 
Section I                       Live animals; animal products
Part I:
List of articles prohibited as imports (or in transit) or admitted conditionally
 
 
Section I                       Live animals; animal products
 
Chapter 1                      Live animals
Heading         HS Code           ■ Prohibited articles
0101-106 90                   All live animals, except bees, leeches, silkworms, parasites and destroyers of noxious insects intended for the control of those insects and exchanged officially recognizedinstitutions, flies of the family Drosophilidae for biomedical research exchanged between officially recognized institutions.
 
■ Articles admitted conditionally
0106.00        0106.00         Bees, leeches, silkworms, parasites and destroyers of noxious insects intended for the control of those insects and exchanged officially recognized institutions, flies of thefamily Drosophilidae for biomedical research exchanged between officially recognized institutions. See Part II, § 2.1.
 
 
Chapter 2                      Meat and edible meat offal
Heading         HS Code           ■ Prohibited articles
0201–06                        Meat, meat of poultry.
 
 
■ Articles admitted conditionally
0207                              Meat, meat of poultry, fresh, chilled or frozen. See Part II, § 2.1.
 
0208          0208 10–     Meat of rabbits, frogs, pigeons, quails, whales, sharks (dogfish), reindeer and others. See Part II, §
2.1.1
02090
 
 
02.07                             Meat, meat of poultry, fresh, chilled or frozen. See Part II, § 2.1.
 
02.08         02.08.10–    Meat of rabbits, frogs, pigeons, quails, whales, sharks (dogfish), reindeer and others.
02.08.90
 
 
 
Chapter 3
Heading
 
 
HS Code
Fish and crustaceans, molluscs another aquatic invertebrates
■ Articles admitted conditionally
03.01–07
 
Fish.
03.01
0301.10
Ornamental fish, freshwater and sea.
 
0301.91–
0301.99
Fish. Other, including sea fish.
03.02
0302.69
Fish. Other.
 
0302.70
Livers and roes.
03.04
0304.10–
0304.90
Fish. Other freshwater fish. Other fish meat (ground). Herring fillets. Cod. Surimi.
03.05
0305.10–
0305.69
Flours of fish fit for human consumption. Fish liver, fillets, dried, salted or smoked fish.
03.06
0306.23
Shrimps and prawns, except live, fresh or chilled.
 
0306.24
Crabs, except live, fresh or chilled.
 
0306.29
Other, including flour of crustaceans fit for human consumption.
 
 
Norway lobsters (Nephrops norvegicus), except live, fresh or chilled.

 
 
 
03.07
 
 
0307.10–
 
 
Oysters, except live, fresh or chilled. Frozen pectens, except live, fresh or chilled. Cuttle fish. Squids.
 
0307.99
Octopoda. Snails, other than sea snails.
 
Chapter 4                      Dairy produc e; birds ' e ggs; na tural hone y; e dible produc ts of a nimal origin,  not elsewhere specified or included
Heading         HS Code           ■ Articles admitted conditionally
04.01                             Milk, cream.
 
04.02         0402.29       Baby's milk, regardless of shape and weight of packing.
 
04.04         0404.10–     Whey.
0404.90
 
04.05         0405.10       Butter.
 
04.06         0406.10       Cheese and quark.
 
0406.20–     "Glarus" cheese (mixed with herbs). Other cheeses.
0406.90
 
04.07                             Eggs for hatching.
 
04.08                             Egg products, previously processed products, except products for food industry.
 
04.09                             Natural honey.
 
 
Chapter 5                      Products of animal origin, not elsewhere specified or included
Heading         HS Code           ■ Articles admitted conditionally
05.01         0501.00       Hair.
 
05.02         0502.90       Bristles of animals, hair.
 
05.03         0503.00       Horsehair.
 
05.05         0505.10       Unworked feathers or parts of feathers.
 
0505.90       Feathers of birds. Other. See Part II, § 2.1.
 
05.07         0507.10       Ivory. See Part II, § 2.1.
 
0507.90       Other. See Part II, § 2.1.
 
 
Section II                      Vegetable products
 
Chapter 6                      Live trees anotheplants; bulbs, roots and the like; cut flowers anornamental foliage
Heading         HS Code           ■ Articles admitted conditionally
06.02         0602.10       Cultivated grape-vine. Cuttings and roots. See Part II, § 2.2.1.
 
0602.20       Vine cuttings and young vines. Other.
 
Seedlings of raspberry bushes and American peach trees. Live seedlings of chestnut trees, except seeds and rosaceous host plants. See Part II, § 2.2.1.
 
0602.90       Forest trees. Cuttings, roots and young plants. See Part II, § 2.2.1.
 
Cuttings, roots and seedlings of oak trees, except acorns. See Part II, § 2.2.1. Poplar seedlings. See Part II, § 2.2.1.
Young hop plants. See Part II, § 2.2.1. Young tobacco plants. See Part II, § 2.2.1.
■ Articles admitted conditionally
06.01–02   0601.10–     Tubers, onions, radishes and other live plants, including their roots, grafts; mycelium.
0602.90       Orchids, hyacinths, narcissus, tulips. Other.
 
0602.10–      Cultivated grape-vine. Young pineapple, vegetable and strawberry plants. Forest trees. Grafts, roots
0602.90        and young plants.
 
06.03         Cut flowers, flower buds intended for floral arrangements or for decoration. See Part II, § 2.2.1.
 
0603.10        Orchids. Flowers. Other.

 
 
 
06.04
 
 
 
Foliage, branches and other parts of plants, as well as grasses, mosses and lichens intended for floral arrangements or for decoration. See Part II, § 2.2.1.
 
0604.10
Mosses and lichens (only fresh and dried). See Part II, § 2.2.1.
 
0604.99
Other (fresh only). See Part II, § 2.2.1.
 
0604.91
Christmas trees (Abies nordmanniana, Abies procera Rehd.). Other conifers and parts thereof. See
Part II, § 2.2.1.
 
Chapter 7
 
 
Edible vegetables and certain roots and tubers
Heading
HS Code
■ Articles admitted conditionally
07.01
0701.10–
0701.90
Potatoes, fresh or chilled.
07.02
0702.00
Tomatoes, fresh or chilled.
07.03
0703.10–
0703.90
Onions, garlic and leeks.
07.04
0704.10
Cauliflowers and headed broccoli.
07.06
0706.10–
0706.90
Carrots, horseradish and celery.
07.08
0708.10–
0708.90
Leguminous vegetables, shelled or unshelled, fresh or chilled.
07.10
0710.10–
0710.90
Vegetables (uncooked or cooked by steaming or boiling in water), frozen.
07.11
0711.10
Onions.
 
 
See Part II, § 2.2.2.
 
Chapter 8
 
 
Edible fruit and nuts; peel of citrus fruit or melons
Heading
HS Code
■ Articles admitted conditionally
08.01
0801.11–
0801.32
Dessicated coconuts. Brazil nuts in shell. Various nuts.
08.02
0802.11
Almonds, in shell.
 
0802.12
Almonds, shelled.
 
0802.21–
0802.90
Other fresh nuts. Hazelnuts or filberts, shelled. Pistachios.
08.03
0803.00
Bananas.
08.04
0804.10–
0804.50
Dates, figs, avocados, mangos and other fruit, fresh or dried.
08.05
0805.10–
0805.90
Citrus fruit, fresh or dried.
08.06
0806.10–
0806.20
Grapes, fresh or dried.
08.07
0807.11–
0807.20
Melons, papaws (papaya).
08.08
0808.10–
0808.20
Apples, pears and quinces.
08.09
0809.20
Cherries, Morello cherries.
08.10
0810.10
Fresh strawberries.
08.11
0811.10–
0811.90
Fruits and nuts, uncooked or cooked by steaming or boiling in water, frozen, whether or containing added sugar or other sweetening matter. Strawberries, Raspberries. Other.
08.12
0812.10
Fruits and nuts, provisionally preserved.
08.13
0813.10–
0813.50
Dried fruit.
08.14
0814.00
Peel of citrus fruit or melons.

 
 
See Part II, § 2.2.3.
 
 
Chapter 9                      Coffee, tea, maté and spices
Heading         HS Code           ■ Articles admitted conditionally
09.01         0901.21–     Coffee roasted, not decaffeinated and decaffeinated.
0901.22
 
09.02         0902.10–     Green tea (not fermented).
0902.20
 
09.03         0903.30–     Black tea (fermented).
0903.40
 
09.04         0904.11–     Various spices.
0904.20
 
See Part II, § 2.2.4.
 
 
Chapter 10                    Cereals
Heading         HS Code           ■ Articles admitted conditionally
10.01–08                       Cereals. See Part II, § 2.2.5.
 
10.01–05   1001.10–     Various flours.
1005.90
 
10.08         1008.10–     Buckwheat, millet and other cereals.
1008.90
 
Chapter 11                    Products of the milling industry; malt; starches; inulin; wheat gluten
Heading         HS Code           ■ Articles admitted conditionally
11.01–08                       See Part II, § 2.2.5.
 
 
Heading
12.12
HS Code
1212.99
■ Prohibited articles
Chicory roots (Cichorium intybus sativum). Other.
 
 
See Part II, § 2.2.6.
 
 
■ Articles admitted conditionally
12.02
1202.10–
1202.20
Ground-nuts.
12.03–07
1203.00–
1207.99
Linseed, sunflower seeds, cannabis seeds and other oil seeds.
12.08
1208.10–
1208.90
Flours and meals of oleaginous fruits.
12.09
1209.22
Clover seed.
12.10
1210.10–
1210.20
Hops.
12.11
1211.10–
1211.90
Plants, parts of plants (including seeds and fruits) used in perfumery and pharmacy.
12.12
1212.10–
1212.99
Locust beans, seaweed and other algae, and other sea grasses.
 
 
See Part II, § 2.2.6.
 
 
Chapter 12                    Oil seeds and oleaginous fr uits; miscellaneous grains, seeds a nd fruit; industria l or medicinal plants; straw and fodder
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Chapter 13                    Lac; gums, resins anothevegetable saps and extracts
Heading         HS Code           ■ Articles admitted conditionally
13.02         1302.11       Opium.
 
1302.19       Vegetable saps and extracts. Other.
 
See Part II, § 2.2.7.

 
 
Chapter 14                    Vegetable plaiting materialsvegetable products not elsewhere specified or included
Heading         HS Code           ■ Articles admitted conditionally
14.01–04                       Parts of plants, plant products. See Part II, § 2.2.8.
 
 
Section III                     Animal or vegetable fats a nd oils a nd the ir c leavage produc ts; pre pared e dible fa ts; a nimal or vegetable waxes
 
Chapter 15                    (Sole chapter)
Heading
15.01–06
HS Code
■ Articles admitted conditionally
Animal fats and oils.
15.04
1504.10–
1504.30
Fats and oils, and their fractions, of fish and sea mammals.
15.05
1505.10–
1505.90
Fat from ewe's wool. Other.
15.07
1507.10–
1507.90
Soya-bean oil. Other.
15.08
1508.10–
1508.90
Ground-nut oil. Other.
15.09
1509.10–
1509.90
Olive oil. Other.
15.12
1512.11–
1512.29
Various oils. Other.
15.14
1514.10–
1514.90
Various oils. Other.
15.16
1516.10–
1516.20
Margarine. Other
15.18
1518.00
Animal or vegetable fats and oils and their fractions, boiled, oxidized, dehydrated, sulphurized, blown, polymerized by heat in vacuum or in inert gas or otherwise chemically modified.
15.21
1521.10–
1521.90
Spermaceti. Other.
 
 
See Part II, § 2.2.9.
Section IV
 
Prepared foodstuffs; bev  erages,  spirits and v  inegar; tobacco and manufactured tobacco
 
 
substitutes
 
Chapter 16
 
 
Preparations of meat, of fish oof crustaceans, molluscs oother aquatic invertebrates
Heading
HS Code
■ Articles admitted conditionally
16.01–05
 
Preparations  of  meat,  of  fish  or  of  crustaceans,  molluscs  or  other  aquatic  invertebrates,  except
1603.00: extracts and juices of meat, fish or crustaceans.
16.04
1604.30
Caviar.
16.05
1605.90
Molluscs.
 
 
See Part II, § 2.2.10.
 
Chapter 17
 
 
Sugars and sugar confectionery
Heading
HS Code
■ Articles admitted conditionally
17.01
 
Raw sugar.
 
1701.11–
1701.99
Sugar. Other.
17.02
 
Other sugars.
1703–04
 
Molasses. Sugar confectionery not containing cocoa.
 
 
See Part II, § 2.2.11.

 
 
Chapter 18                    Cocoa and cocoa preparations
Heading         HS Code           ■ Articles admitted conditionally
18.05–06                       Cocoa powder, chocolate and other products containing cocoa. See Part II, § 2.2.12.
 
 
Chapter 19                    Preparations of cereals, flour, starch or milk; pastrycooks' products
Heading
19.01
HS Code
1901.90
■ Articles admitted conditionally
Various food preparations. Other.
19.02
1902.11–
1902.19
Pasta containing meat and eggs. Other.
19.04
1904.10–
1904.20
Prepared foods made from cereals or cereal products.
19.05
 
Pastry.
 
 
See Part II, § 2.2.13.
 
Chapter 20                    Preparations of vegetables, fruits, nuts or other parts of plants
Heading         HS Code           ■ Articles admitted conditionally
20.01                               Vegetables, fruit and nuts and other edible parts of plants, prepared or preserved by vinegar or acetic acid.
 
20.02                             Tomatoes prepared or preserved otherwise than by vinegar or acetic acid.
 
20.04–05                       Other vegetables prepared or preserved otherwise than by vinegar.
 
20.07–09                       Fruits, nuts and other edible parts of plants, otherwise prepared or preserved.
 
See Part II, § 2.2.14.
 
 
Chapter 21                    Miscellaneous edible preparations
Heading         HS Code           ■ Articles admitted conditionally
21.01–06                       Various food preparations.
 
21.01                             Extracts, essences and concentrates of coffee, tea or maté.
 
21.02         2102.10–     Yeasts.
2102.20
 
See Part II, § 2.2.15.
 
 
Chapter 22                    Beverages, spirits anvinegar
Heading         HS Code           ■ Articles admitted conditionally
22.01–09                       Beverages, spirits and vinegar.
 
22.01                             Mineral water without sugar.
 
22.07–08   2207.10–     Ethyl alcohol. Spirits with an alcohol content of less than 80%.
2208.90
 
See Part II, § 2.4.
 
Chapter 23                    Residues and waste from the food industries; prepared animal fodder
Heading         HS Code           ■ Articles admitted conditionally
23.01         2301.10       Flours and meals of meat.
 
2301.20       Flours and meals of meat and aquatic invertebrates.
 
23.02         2302.10       Maize and wheat bran.
 
2302.30–     Wheat bran. Other.
2302.40
 
23.03         2303.10       Residues of starch manufacture.
 
2303.20       Other waste and residues of sugar manufacture.
 
23.04         2304.00       Oil-cake.
 
23.06         2306.40–     Other waste.

 
 
2306.90
 
23.08                             Vegetable waste.
 
2308.10–     Chestnuts and acorns. Food prepared for animal feeding. Other.
2308.90
 
See Part II, § 2.2.16.
 
 
Chapter 24                    Tobacco and manufactured tobacco substitutes
Heading         HS Code           ■ Articles admitted conditionally
24.01         2401.10–     Unmanufactured tobacco. Tobacco refuse.
2401.30
 
24.02         2402.10       Cigars and cigarillos.
 
24.03         2403.10–     Other tobacco products.
2403.99
 
See Part II, § 2.5.
 
Section V                      Mineral products
 
Chapter 25                    Salt; sulphur; earths and stone; plastering materials; lime and cement
Heading         HS Code           ■ Articles admitted conditionally
25.01         2501.00       Salt, table salt, salt prepared from sea water.
 
25.07         2507.00       Kaolin.
 
25.19         2519.10       Magnesite.
 
25.23         2523.10–     Cements.
2523.21
 
25.24         2524.00       Asbestos.
 
See Part II, § 2.6.1.
 
 
Chapter 26                    Ores, slag and ash
Heading         HS Code           ■ Articles admitted conditionally
26.18–19                       Slag (granulated) from the manufacture of iron or steel.
 
26.20         2620.19–     Ash and residues containing metal or metal compounds.
2620.90
 
26.21                             Other slag and ash.
 
See Part II, § 2.6.2.
 
Chapter 27
Mineral fuels, mineral o ils and products of their distillatiwaxes
on; bituminous substances; mineral
Heading
HS Code
■ Articles admitted conditionally
 
27.07
2701.11–
2701.19
Anthracite. Bituminous coal. Other coal.
 
27.02
2702.10–
2702.20
Lignite.
 
27.03
2703.00
Peat.
 
27.04
2704.00
Coke.
 
27.08
2708.10
Pitch.
 
27.10
2710.00
Gasoline (petrol). Mineral oils.
 
27.11
2711.11–
2711.21
Natural gas.
 
27.16
2716.00
Electrical energy.
 
 
 
See Part II, § 2.6.3.
 

 
 
 
Section VI
 
Products of the chemical or allied industries
 
Chapte28
 
 
Inorganic chemicals; organic or inorganic compounds of precious metals, of rare-earth metals, of radioactive elements oof isotopes
Heading
HS Code
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28.04
2804.10–
2804.69
Hydrogen, rare gases and other non-metals.
 
2804.70
Phosphorus.
 
2804.80
Arsenic.
28.06
2806.10
Hydrochloric acid.
28.07
2807.00
Sulphuric acid.
28.11
2811.11
Hydrofluoric acid.
 
2811.19–
2811.29
Other inorganic acids.
28.12
2812.10–
2812.90
Halides and sulphides. Phosphorous chloride. Other.
28.13
2813.90
Phosphorous sulphide.
28.15
2815.11
Solid sodium hydroxide.
28.17
2817.00
Zinc oxide.
28.25
2825.90
Tungsten oxide and hydroxide.
28.26
2826.11
Ammonium or sodium fluoride.
 
2826.19
Other fluorides.
28.27
2827.39
Other chlorides.
28.30
2830.10
Sodium sulphides.
 
2830.90
Other.
28.33
2833.29
Lead and mercury sulphates.
28.34
 
Nitrites, nitrates.
28.35
 
Hypophosphites, phosphites and phosphates.
28.36
2836.60
Barium carbonate.
28.37
2837.11
Sodium cyanide.
 
2837.19
Other.
28.41
2841.61
Potassium permanganate.
28.42
2842.90
Salt of selenium telluric acid.
28.43
2843.29
Precious metals. Other.
 
2843.30
Precious metals (gold compounds).
 
2843.90
Other compounds; amalgams.
28.44
2844.40
Radioactive elements. Artificial radioactive isotopes.
28.45
2845.10
Heavy water (deuterium oxide).
28.48
2848.00
Phosphides.
28.49
2849.10
Calcium carbides.
28.50
2850.00
Hydrides, nitrides, azides, silicides and borides.
28.51
2851.00
Other inorganic compounds.
 
 
See Part II, § 2.7.1.
 
Chapter 29
 
 
Organic chemicals
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29.02
 
 
2902.20
 
 
Benzene.
 
2902.30
Toluene.
29.03
2903.14
Carbon tetrachloride.
 
2903.15
Ethylene dichloride.
 
2903.19
Methylchloroform.
 
2903.21
Chloroethylene.
 
2903.22
Trichloroethylene.
 
2903.23
Perchloroethylene.
 
2903.30
Fluorinated, brominated or iodinated derivatives of acyclic hydrocarbons.
 
2903.41–
2903.46
Halogenated derivatives.
 
2903.59–
2903.69
Other.
29.04
 
Sulphonated, nitrated or nitrosated derivatives of hydrocarbons, whether or not halogenated.
29.05
2905.11
Methyl alcohol.
 
2905.19
Other.
 
2905.39
Methylpentane.
 
2905.49
Other.
 
2905.50
Halogenated, sulphonated, nitrated or nitrosated derivatives of acyclic alcohols.
29.08
2908.20
Derivatives of phenol-alcohols.
 
2908.90
Other.
29.09
2909.11
Ethers.
 
2909.19
Other.
 
2909.30
Other ethers and their derivatives.
29.10
 
Epoxides, epoxyalcohols, epoxyphenols and epoxyethers.
 
2910.90
Other.
29.13
 
Halogenated, sulphonated, nitrated or nitrosated derivatives.
29.14
 
Ketones and quinones.
 
2914.11
Acetone.
 
2914.12
Methylethylketone.
 
2914.19
Other.
 
2914.31
Phenylacetone.
29.15
 
Monocarboxylic acids.
 
2915.24
Acetic anhydride.
 
2915.39
Other.
29.16
2916.34–
2916.35
Phenylacetic acid and its esters.
29.18
 
Carboxylic acids.
 
2918.13
Salts and esters of tartaric acid.
 
2918.19
Other.
29.19
2919.00
Phosphoric esters and their salts, including lactophosphates.
29.20
 
Esters of other inorganic acids.
 
2920.90
Other.
29.21
 
Amine-function compounds.
 
2921.19
Other.

 
 
 
 
2921.41
 
 
Aniline and its salts.
2921.45
Alpha-naphthylamine, beta-naphthylamine.
2921.49
Other.
2921.59
Other.
29.22
2922.13
Triethanolamine and its salts.
 
2922.19
Other.
 
2922.22
Anisidines, dianisidines.
 
2922.29
Other.
 
2922.30
Amino-aldehydes, amino-ketones.
 
2922.43
Anthranilic acid.
 
2922.49
Other.
 
2922.50
Amino-alcohol-phenols.
29.23
 
Quaternary ammonium salts and hydroxides.
 
2923.90
Other.
29.24
 
Carboxyamide-function compounds.
 
2924.10
Acyclic amides and their derivatives.
 
2924.22
Beta-acetamidobenzoic acid.
 
2924.29
Other.
29.26
 
Nitrile-function compounds.
 
2926.10
Acrylonitrile.
 
2926.90
Other.
29.27
2927.00
Diazo-, azo- or azoxy-compounds.
29.28
 
Organic derivatives of hydrazine or of hydroxylamine.
29.30
 
Organo-sulphur compounds.
 
2930.90
Other.
29.31
 
Other organo-inorganic compounds.
29.32
 
Heterocyclic compounds with oxygen hetero-atom(s) only.
 
2932.19
Other.
 
2932.29
Other lactones.
 
2932.99
Other.
29.33
 
Heterocyclic compounds with nitrogen hetero-atom(s) only.
 
2933.39
Other.
 
2933.51
Barbituric acid and its derivatives; salts thereof.
 
2933.59
Other.
 
2933.71
Epsilon-caprolactam.
 
2933.79
Other lactams.
 
2933.90
Diazepines. Other.
29.34
 
Nucleic acids and their salts.
 
2934.90
Other.
29.36
 
Provitamins and vitamins.
 
2936.29
Other.
29.37
 
Hormones.
29.38
 
Glycosides.
 
2938.90
Other.

 
 
 
29.39
 
 
 
2939.10
 
 
Vegetable alkaloids.
 
Alkaloids of opium and their derivatives.
 
2939.41
Ephedrine and its salts.
 
2939.42
Pseudoephedrine and its salts.
 
2939.61–
2939.63
Other.
 
2939.90
Raw cocaine. Other.
 
 
See Part II, § 2.7.2.
Chapter 30
 
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30.01–06
 
Pharmaceutical products.
30.01
3001.10–
3Glands  and  other organs for organo-therapeutic uses, dried, whether or not powdered;extracts thereof.
 
 
See Part II, § 2.8.1.
 
Chapter 31
 
 
Fertilisers
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31.01
3101.00
Animal or vegetable fertilisers.
31.02
 
Mineral or chemical fertilisers, nitrogenous.
 
 
See Part II, § 2.3.
 
Chapter 32
 
 
Tanning or dyeing extracts; tannins and the ir de rivatives; dyes, pigme nts a nd othe r c olouring matter; paints and varnishes; putty and other mastics; inks
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32.03
 
Colouring matter of vegetable or animal origin used in the food industry.
 
 
See Part II, § 2.8.2.
 
Chapter 33
 
 
Essential oils and resinoidsperfumery, cosmetic or toilet preparations
 
 
See Part II, § 2.8.3.
 
Chapter 34
 
 
Soap, o rganic su rface-active ag ents, washing preparations, lu bricating preparations, artificialwaxes, p repared w axes; p olishing o r  scouring  preparations, can dles an d similar articles, modelling pastes, "dental waxes" andental preparations with a basis oplaster
 
 
See Part II, § 2.8.4.
 
Chapter 35
 
 
Albuminoidal substances; modified starches; glues; enzymes
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35.02–03
 
Albumins and gelatin used in the food industry.
35.05
 
Dextrins and other modified starches used in the food industry.
35.07
 
Enzymes used in the food industry.
 
 
See Part II, § 2.8.5.
 
Chapte36                    Explosives;   pyrotechnic   products;   matches; py  rophoric a  lloys; c  ertain c  ombustible preparations
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36.01–06                         Propellant  powders  and  explosives,  matches;  pyrotechnic  articles;  pyrophoric  alloys;  combustible materials.
 
See Part II, § 2.9.

 
 
Chapter 37                    Photographic or cinematographic products
See Part II, § 2.10.1.
 
 
Chapter 38                    Miscellaneous chemical products
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38.08                             Insecticides, rodenticides, fungicides, herbicides.
 
See Part II, § 2.10.2.
 
 
Section VII                    Plastics and articles thereof; rubber and articles thereof
 
Chapter 39                    Plastics and articles thereof
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39.04                             Polymers of vinyl chloride.
 
39.15                             Waste, parings and scrap of plastics.
 
39.20         3920.10–     Various plastic products.
3920.30
 
3920.71       Products of regenerated cellulose.
 
See Part II, § 2.10.2.
 
 
Chapter 40                    Rubber and articles thereof
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40.04         4004.00       Waste, parings and scrap of rubber (other than hard rubber).
 
40.12         4012.20       Used pneumatic tyres.
 
40.17         4017.00       Hard rubber (ebonite) and its products.
 
See Part II, § 2.10.2.
 
 
Section VIII                   Raw  hides and skins, leather, furskins    and articles thereof; saddl   ery and harness; trav  el goods, handbags and similar containers; articles of animal gut(other than silk-worm gut)
 
Chapter 41                    Raw hides and skins (other than furskins) and leather
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41.01–09                       Raw, salted, dried or otherwise preserved animal skins.
 
41.04         4104.10–     Other leather.
4104.39
 
41.10         4110.00       Other waste of leather.
 
See Part II, § 2.10.3.
 
 
Chapter 42                    Articles of leather;    saddlery and harness; trav  el goods,  handbags and sim ilar containers;
articles of animal gut (other than silk-worm gut)
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42.02         4202.11       Articles made of leather.
 
42.03                             Articles of apparel and accessories of leather.
 
42.05                             Other articles of leather.
 
See Part II, § 2.10.4.
 
 
Chapter 43                    Furskins and artificial fur; manufactures thereof
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43.01–03   4301.10–     Furskins, including heads, tails, paws and other pieces or cuttings suitable for furriers' use.
4303.90

 
 
43.04         4304.00         Artificial fur.
 
See Part II, § 2.10.5.
 
 
Section IX                     Wood and articles of wood; wood charcoal; cork and articles of cork; manufactures of strawof esparto oootheplaiting materials; basketware andwickerwork
 
Chapter 44                    Wood and articles of wood; wood charcoal
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44.01–07                       Various types of wood and articles of wood.
 
44.03                             Wood in the rough, whether or not stripped of bark or sapwood, or roughly squared.
 
4403.20       Coniferous wood.
 
4403.99       Other.
 
44.14         4414.00       Wooden frames for paintings, photographs, mirrors or similar objects.
 
44.15                             Packing cases, boxes and similar packings of wood.
 
44.20                             Various articles of wood (sculptures, caskets, boxes).
 
See Part II, § 2.11.1.
 
 
Chapter 45                    Cork and articles of cork
See Part II, § 2.11.2.
 
 
Chapter 46                    Manufactures of strawof esparto oof other plaiting materials; basketware anwickerwork
See Part II, § 2.11.3.
 
 
Section X                      Pulp of w ood or of othe r fibrous cellulose material; w aste and scrap of paper or paperboard;
paper and paperboard and articles thereof
 
Chapter 47                    Pulp of wood or of other fibrous cellulose material; waste and scrap of paper or paperboard
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47.01                             Lignin.
 
47.07         4707.10       Kraft paper or paperboard.
 
4707.20–      Other  paper  made  mainly  of  bleached  chemical  pulp  (used  newspapers,  magazines,  brochures,
4707.90        advertising folders).
 
See Part II, § 2.12.1.
 
 
Chapter 48                    Paper and paperboard; articles of paper pulp, of paper or of paperboard
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48.02         4802.52–     Braille paper, in rolls or sheets. Other Braille paper, paperboard, in rolls or sheets.
4802.53
 
48.05         4805.60–     Other paper.
4805.80
 
48.18         4818.10–     Toilet paper and similar paper.
4818.90
 
48.20         4820.90       Various business forms with interleaved carbon sets.
 
48.23         4823.59       Rolls of paper for calculating machines and typewriters.
 
See Part II, § 2.12.2.
 
 
Chapte49                    Printed books, newspapers, pictureand other products of the printing indus try; manuscripts, typescripts anplans
See Part II, § 2.12.3.

 
 
 
Section XI                     Textiles and textile articles
 
Chapter 50                    Silk
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50.01         5001.00       Silk-worm cocoons suitable for reeling.
 
50.02         5002.00       Raw silk.
 
50.03                             Silk waste (yarn waste).
 
See Part II, § 2.13.1.
 
 
Chapter 51                    Wool, finor coarse animal hair; horsehair yarn anwoven fabric
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51.01–02                       Wool, hair of alpaca, llama, vicuna, camel, yak, Tibetan or Kashmir goats, Angora rabbit.
 
51.03                             Wool waste.
 
5103.10       Animal wool yarn.
 
See Part II, § 2.13.2.
 
 
Chapter 52                    Cotton
See Part II, 2.13.3.
 
 
Chapter 53                    Othevegetable textile fibres, papeyarn and woven fabrics of papeyarn
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53.01         5301.30       Flax waste.
 
See Part II, § 2.13.4.
 
 
Chapter 54                    Man-made filaments
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54.01         5401.10       Synthetic filaments.
 
5401.20       Artificial filaments.
 
See Part II, § 2.13.5.
 
 
Chapter 55                    Man-made staple fibres
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55.01         5501.90       Other synthetic silk filament tow.
 
55.05                             Waste of man-made fibres.
 
See Part II, § 2.13.6.
 
 
Chapter 56                    Wadding, felt and non-wovens; s pecial y arns; tw ine, c ordage, rope s a nd c ables a nd a rticles thereof
See Part II, § 2.13.7.
 
 
Chapter 57                    Carpets another textile floor coverings
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57.02–03                         Carpets and other textile floor coverings, including "Kelem", "Schumacks", "Karamanie" and other similar hand-woven rugs.
 
See Part II, § 2.13.8.
 
 
Chapter 58                    Special woven fabrics; tufted textile fabrics; lace; tapestries; trimmings; embroidery
See Part II, § 2.13.9.

 
 
Chapte59                    Impregnated, coated, c overed or la minated t extile fab rics; textile articles o f a kin d su itable fo r industrial use
See Part II, § 2.13.10.
 
 
Chapter 60                    Knitted or crocheted fabrics
See Part II, § 2.13.11.
 
 
Chapter 61                    Articles of apparel and clothing accessories, knitted or crocheted
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61.01.-04
61.07–10                       Long johns, men's or boys' underpants, pyjamas, dressing gowns, T-shirts, pullovers, etc.
 
61.12         6112.11–     Track suits.
6112.20
 
See Part II, § 2.13.12.
 
 
Chapter 62                    Articles of apparel and clothing accessories, not knitted or crocheted
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62.01         6201.19–     Men's or boys' overcoats and similar articles.
6201.99
 
62.03         6203.42       Men's or boys' cotton trousers (including denim jeans).
 
62.04         6204.52       Cotton skirts.
 
6204.62       Cotton trousers and shorts.
 
62.05         6205.10       Men's or boys' wool shirts.
 
6205.20       Cotton shirts.
 
See Part II, § 2.13.13.
 
 
Chapter 63                    Other made-up textile articles; sets; worn clothing anworn textile articles; rags
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63.09         6309.00       Used clothing and other used textile articles.
 
63.10                             Worn clothing and worn textile articles; rags; scrap twine, cordage, rope and cables.
 
See Part II, § 2.13.14.
 
 
Section XII                    Footwear, headgear, umbr  ellas, sun umbrellas, w   alking-sticks, seat-sticks, w  hips,  riding- crops and parts th ereof; p repared feath ers an d articles mad eth erewith; artificial flo wers; articles ohuman hair
 
Chapter 64                    Footwear, gaiters and the like; parts of such articles
 
See Part II, § 2.14.1.
 
 
Chapter 65                    Headgear anparts thereof
See Part II, § 2.14.2.
 
 
Chapter 66                    Umbrellas, suumbrellas, walking-sticks, seat-sticks, whips, riding-crops and parts thereof
See Part II, § 2.14.3.
 
 
Chapter 67                    Prepared feathers andown and articles made of feathers or of down; artificial flowers; articles of human hair
See Part II, § 2.14.4.

 
 
 
Section XIII                   Articles of s tone, pla ster, c ement, a sbestos, mic a or  similar materialsceramic products;
glass anglassware
 
Chapter 68                    Articles of stone, plaster, cement, asbestos, mica or similar materials
See Part II, § 2.15.1.
 
 
Chapter 69                    Ceramic products
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69.04         6904.10       Ceramic building bricks.
 
69.07         6907.90       Ceramic paving bricks.
 
69.08         6908.90       Other.
 
See Part II, § 2.15.2.
 
 
Chapter 70                    Glass anglassware
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70.01         7001.00       Glass waste (glass scrap).
 
70.05                             Window glass (float glass).
 
See Part II, § 2.15.3.
 
 
Section XIV                   Natural or cultured pe arls, pre cious or semi-p recious sto nes, p recious metals, metals clad with precious metal and articles thereof; imitation jewellery; coin
 
Chapter 71                    (Sole chapter)
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71.13                             Articles of jewellery and parts thereof.
 
See Part II, § 2.15.4.
 
 
Section XV                    Base metals and articles obase metal
 
Chapter 72                    Iron and steel
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72.01–17                       Iron and steel.
 
See Part II, § 2.15.5.
 
 
Chapter 73                    Articles of iron and steel
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73.02–04   7302.10–     Railway and tramway track construction material.
7304.39
 
7304.59       Other.
 
7304.90       Other.
 
73.05–06   7305.11–     Other tubes and pipes.
7306.30
 
7306.60       Other, welded, of non-circular cross-section.
 
7306.90       Other.
 
See Part II, § 2.15.6.

 
 
Chapter 74                    Copper and articles thereof
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74.04         7404.00       Copper waste.
 
See Part II, § 2.15.7.
 
 
Chapter 75                    Nickel and articles thereof
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75.03         7503.00       Nickel waste.
 
See Part II, § 2.15.8.
 
Chapter 76
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76.02
7602.00
Aluminium waste.
 
 
See Part II, § 2.15.9.
 
Chapter 77
 
 
(Reserved fopossible future use in thharmonized system)
 
 
Nil.
 
Chapter 78
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78.02
7802.00
Lead waste.
 
 
See Part II, § 2.15.10.
 
Chapter 79
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79.02
7902.00
Zinc waste.
 
 
See Part II, § 2.15.11.
 
Chapter 80
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80.02
8002.00
Tin waste.
 
 
See Part II, § 2.15.12.
 
Chapter 81
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81.01
8101.91
Tungsten (wolfram) waste.
81.02
8102.91
Molybdenum waste.
81.03
8103.10
Tantalum waste.
81.04
8104.20
Magnesium waste.
81.05
8105.10
Cobalt waste.
81.06
8106.00
Bismuth waste; unwrought bismuth; powder.
81.07
8107.10
Unwrought cadmium; waste; powder.
81.08
8108.10
Titanium waste.
81.09
8109.10
Zirconium waste.
81.10
8110.00
Antimony waste.
81.11
8111.00
Manganese waste.
81.12
8112.11
Beryllium waste.
 
8112.20
Chromium waste.
 
8112.30
Germanium waste.

 
 
 
 
8112.40
 
 
Vanadium waste.
8112.91
Other unwrought; waste; powders.
8112.99
Gallium; indium, thallium.
81.13
8113.00
Cermets waste.
 
 
See Part II, § 2.15.13.
 
Chapter 82                    Tools, implements, cutlery, spoons and forks, of base metal; parts thereof of base metal
See Part II, § 2.15.14.
 
Chapter 83                    Miscellaneous articles obase metal
See Part II, § 2.15.15.
 
 
Section XVI                   Machinery and mechani cal appliances; electrical equipm ent; parts thereof;  sound recorders and reproducers, television ima ge a nd s ound re corders a ndre producers, a nd pa rts a nd accessories of such articles
 
Chapter 84                    Nuclear reactors, boilers, machinery and mechanical appliances; parts thereof
Heading
84.07–11
HS Code
■ Articles admitted conditionally
Internal combustion, propulsion, piston, rotary, diesel engines.
84.15
 
Air-conditioning machines.
84.18
 
Refrigerators, freezers.
84.19
 
Laboratory machinery or equipment for the treatment of materials by a process involving a change in temperature.
 
8419.19
Other.
84.21
8421.21
Machinery and apparatus for filtering liquids.
84.23
8423.10
Household scales and personal weighing machines.
84.24
8424.81
Agricultural or horticultural appliances.
84.69
8469.11
Automatic typewriters and word-processing machines.
84.70
8470.10–
8470.29
Calculating machines and data recording machines.
84.71
8471.30
Automatic data processing machines.
 
8471.60
Input or output units for printing works.
 
8471.80
Other machinery.
84.73
8473.21
Parts of electronic calculating machines.
 
8473.30
Parts and accessories of the machines of heading No 84.71.
84.79
 
Machines and mechanical appliances having individual functions not specified or included elsewhere.
 
 
See Part II, § 2.16.1.
 
Chapte85                    Electrical ma chinery a nd e quipment a nd pa rts the reof; s ound  recorders  and  reproducers; television image and sound    recorders and reproducers and   parts and accessories of such articles
Heading         HS Code           ■ Articles admitted conditionally
85.06                             Primary cells and primary batteries.
 
8506.80       Other.
 
85.17                             Telephone apparatus.
 
8517.80       Other apparatus.
 
85.26                             Radars, detectors.
 
85.27                             Reception apparatus for radio broadcasting.

 
 
8527.90       Other apparatus.
 
85.31                             Electric sound or visual signalling apparatus.
 
8531.80       Other apparatus.
 
See Part II, § 2.16.2.
 
 
Section XVII                  Vehicles, aircraft, vessels and associated transport equipment
 
Chapter 86                    Railway o r tramw ay lo comotives, ro lling-stock an d p arts th ereof; railw ay or tramway track fixtures an d fittin gs an d p arts th ereof; mech anical (including  electro-mechanical) traffic signalling equipment of all kinds
See Part II, § 2.16.3.
 
 
Chapter 87                    Vehicles, other than railway or tramway rolling-stock, anparts and accessories thereof
Heading
87.03
HS Code
8703.10
■ Articles admitted conditionally
Vehicles specially designed for travelling on snow; golf cars and similar vehicles.
 
8703.21
Vehicles of a cylinder capacity not exceeding 1000 cc. New and used.
 
8703.22
Caravan vehicles. Other. Used.
 
8703.24
Vehicles of a cylinder capacity exceeding 3000 cc. New and used.
 
8703.32
Vehicles of a cylinder capacity exceeding 1500 cc, but not exceeding 2500 cc. New and used. Other. Used.
 
8703.33
Vehicles of a cylinder capacity exceeding 2500 cc. Other. Used.
 
8703.90
Other.
87.05
8705.10–
8705.90
Special purpose motor vehicles (cranes, fire fighting vehicles, etc).
87.08
 
Parts and accessories of motor vehicles.
 
8708.99
Other.
87.10
 
Tanks and other armoured fighting vehicles, whether or not fitted with weapons.
 
 
See Part II, § 2.16.3.
 
Chapter 88                    Aircraft, spacecraft anparts thereof
Heading         HS Code           ■ Articles admitted conditionally
88.02–03   8802.11–     Airplanes, helicopters and parts thereof.
8803.30
 
88.05         8805.10       Aircraft launching gear and parts thereof.
 
See Part II, § 2.16.4.
 
 
Chapter 89                    Ships, boats and floating structures
Heading         HS Code           ■ Articles admitted conditionally
89.06–07                       Other vessels, including military vessels.
 
See Part II, § 2.16.5.

 
 
 
Section XVIII                 Optical, photographic, ci nematographic, measuring, checking, precision, medical or surgical instruments and apparatus; clocks and w atches; musical instruments; parts and accessories thereof
 
Heading
90.03
HS Code
■ Articles admitted conditionally
Frames and mountings for spectacles, goggles or the like, and parts thereof.
90.07
 
Projectors, their parts and accessories.
90.13
 
Telescopes.
 
9013.80
Other devices, appliances and instruments.
 
9013.90
Parts and accessories.
90.14
9014.10–
9014.90
Direction finding compasses.
90.15
 
Surveying   (including   photogrammetrical   surveying),   hydrographic,   oceanographic,   hydrological, meteorological or geophysical instruments and appliances.
 
9015.90
Parts and accessories.
90.20
 
Other breathing appliances and gas masks.
90.23
9023.00
Instruments, apparatus and models designed for demonstrational purposes (education, exhibitions).
90.26
9026.80
Other instruments and apparatus.
90.28
9028.20
Liquid meters.
 
 
See Part II, § 2.16.6.
 
 
Chapter 90                    Optical, photographic, cine matographic, measuring,  checking, precision, medical or surgical instruments and apparatus; parts and accessories thereof
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Chapter 91                    Clocks anwatches anparts thereof
Heading         HS Code           ■ Articles admitted conditionally
91.02         9102.99       Other clocks and watches.
 
91.13         9113.90       Other watch straps, watch bands and watch bracelets.
 
See Part II, § 2.16.7.
 
Chapter 92
Heading
 
 
HS Code
Musical instruments; parts and accessories of such articles
■ Articles admitted conditionally
92.01
 
Pianos; harpsichords and other keyboard stringed instruments.
92.02
9202.90
Other string musical instruments.
92.03
9203.00
Organs, harmoniums and similar instruments.
92.07
9207.10
Keyboard instruments other than accordions; organs.
92.09
9209.10
Parts and accessories of musical instruments.
 
 
See Part II, § 2.16.8.
Section XIX                   Arms and ammunition; parts and accessories thereof
 
Chapter 93                    (Sole chapter)
Heading         HS Code           ■ Articles admitted conditionally
93.01–07                       Arms and ammunition; parts and accessories thereof.
 
See Part II, § 2.16.9.

 
 
 
Section XX                    Miscellaneous manufactured articles
 
Chapter 94                    Furniture, bedding, mattr esses, mattress supports, cushions a  nd similar stuffed furnishings; lamps and lighting fittings not elsew here specifi ed or included; illumi nated signs, illuminated name-plates and the like; prefabricated buildings
Heading         HS Code           ■ Articles admitted conditionally
94.02                             Medical, surgical and dental furniture.
 
94.05                             Lamps and lighting fittings.
 
9405.40       Other electric lamps and lighting fittings.
 
See Part II, § 2.17 and 2.17.1.
 
 
Chapter 95                    Toys, games and sports requisites; parts and accessories thereof
Heading         HS Code           ■ Articles admitted conditionally
95.02         9502.10–     Dolls, accessories, clothing. Other.
9502.99
 
95.04         9504.20       Articles and accessories for billiards.
 
9504.40       Playing cards.
 
9504.90       Other.
 
95.08         9508.00       Roundabouts; travelling circuses and travelling menageries.
 
 
Chapter 96                    Miscellaneous manufactured articles
Heading         HS Code           ■ Articles admitted conditionally
96.01                             Worked ivory, tortoise shell, horn, antlers, coral, mother-of-pearl and other animal material.
 
9601.90       Other.
 
96.06                             Buttons.
 
9606.29       Other.
 
96.14                             Smoking pipes.
 
9614.90       Other.
 
96.15                             Combs and the like.
 
9615.19       Other.
 
See Part II, § 2.17.3
 
 
Section XXI                   Works of art, collectors' pieces and antiques
 
Chapter 97                    (Sole chapter)
Heading         HS Code           ■ Articles admitted conditionally
97.05          9705.00       Collections  and  collectors'  pieces  of  zoological,  botanical,  mineralogical,  anatomical,  historical, archaeological, palaeontological, ethnographic or numismatic interest.
 
See Part II, § 2.18.

 
 
Part II:
Conditions of admission of articles imported or in transit
 
 

2.1      Animals      and animal products

Imporof animals (livodead) for commercial purposes is allowed on the basis of:
–   veterinary certificate from the exporting country and the veterinary authorization /CVED/ from the National Veterinary Administration of the Czech Republic (Státní veterinární správa Českérepubliky) issued by BIP (Border Inspection Post).
 
For importation of food and products of animal origin for commercial purposes the customs authorities requires  the  Certificate of  Quality issued by the National Veterinary Administration ofcountry of exportation.  If  this  autorization  is  missing,  the  National  Veterinary  Administration  of  the  Czech Republic (Státní veterinární správa České republiky) on the base of the addressee/consignee ´s demand must do it.
 
 
Import of products of animal origin for personal consumption
 
Product of animal origin (meat and meat product, milk and milk products, products of fishery, eggs determined for consumption and eggs products, bee products, snails and frogs) can be imported to the territory of the Czech Republic from the third countries through assigned border crossing points without veterinary checks of border inspection posts in non-business traffic, in case
a)    they were exposed to thermal treatment in air/proved packaging at the value for 3,00 or more,  if their amount does not exceed 1 kg;
b)    they are posted in small packets (by mail, mail order service, by rail in form of express parcel etc.) to natural persons, if their amount does not exceed 1 kg and originate from the third countrywhich is not  forbidden to import from.
The List of countries the import of which is forbidden from is on web site: www.svscr.cz
 
* From countries as: Faroe Islands, Greenland, Iceland, Liechtenstein and Switzerland the import the thereinbefore articles is admitted up to  5 kg for person/item.
 
The importation of raw meat and raw animal products for non-commercial purposes is prohibited.
 
When importing for commercial or non-commercial purposes, it is necessary to submit to Customs CITES   forms - CITES export permit and CITES import permit issued by the Ministry of the Environment  of  the  Czech  Republic  (Ministerstvo  životního  prostředí)  or  must  be  presented  the CITES export permit  and notification about the importation.
 
Information about CITES is possible to obtain on the web site: www.env.cz

 

2.2  Plants  and  plant products

For commercial importation, it is necessary to submit to Customs:
–   a phytosanitary certificate from country of origin and must be submitted to the phytosanitary control on the external border of European Community where the phytosanitary certificate will be issued.
 
For importation of food and products of vegetable origin for commercial purposes the customs authorities  requires the Certificate of Quality issued by the National Veterinary Administration of country of exportation. If this autorization is missing,   the National Veterinary Administration of the Czech Republic (Státní veterinární správa České republiky) on the base of theaddressee/consignee
´s demand  must do it.
 
Import of protected species of wild fauna and flora, their parts and products (CITES)
 
In order to realize import (from the third countries to the territory at the Czech Republic) of protected species of wild fauna and flora, their parts and products (hereinafter “exemplars”) counted among the groups A and B, export license issued by the state of export and license issued by Ministry of Environment of the Czech Republic (hereinafter “ministry”) before entering the territory of Czech Republic is required. In order to realize import of exemplars counted among the groups C and D, import announcement is required. This announcement is presented by importer at the time ofentering the territory of the Czech Republic. In case of import of exemplars classified in group C, importer presents export license issued by the state of export. In case of imports of exemplarsclassified in group D, importer presents only import announcement to the customs authority.
 
The import from the third countries of exemplars of species counted among groups A to D can be realized only at approved border crossing points (Cheb, Breclav, and Praha).
 
List of protected species of wild fauna and flora is introduced in Annexes A to D of Council Regulation (EC) No. 338/97 on the protection of species of wild fauna and flora by regulating trade therein as last amended.
 
Additional information can be obtained on website  www.env.cz

 
 
 
When importing for commercial or non-commercial purposes, it is necessary to submit to Customs CITES  forms  -  CITES  export  permit  and  CITES  import  permit issued  by  the  Ministry  of  the Environment  of  the  Czech  Republic  (Ministerstvo  životního  prostředí)  or  must  be  presented  the CITES export permit  and notification about the import..
 
 

2.2.1 Live   trees   and other plants; bulbs, roots and the like; cut flowers  and ornamental foliage

For commercial importation, it is necessary to submit to Customs:
–   a phytosanitary certificate;
 
–   a CITES permit for CITES-listed species.
 
When importing for commercial or non-commercial purposes, it is necessary to submit to Customs CITES  forms  -  CITES  export  permit  and  CITES  import  permit  issued  by  the  Ministry  of  the Environment  of  the  Czech  Republic  (Ministerstvo  životního  prostředí)  or  must  be  presented  the CITES export permit and notification about the import.
 
Import of vegetal goods of non-business nature
Consignments containing small amounts of plants and vegetal products, must not be accompanied by phytosanitary permissions issued in country of origin and these consignments are not subject to phytosanitary control when are imported to the Community, if it refers to:
a) fresh fruits and vegetables, other than tubers, in amount not exceeding 2 kg per person, b) cut flowers and cuttings forming bunch of flowers, in amount 1 piece per person ,
c) christmas trees (coniferous trees without roots) in amount 1 piece per person,
d) wreaths of fresh vegetal and cuttings of coniferous trees in amount 1 piece per person, e) pot planes in amount 3 pieces per person,
f) bulbs, tubers and undeground parts of decorative vegetal in amount 1 kg per person,
g) seeds in original unbroken small-consumption packagings, other than seed of potato, beans, common sunflower, lucerne and tomato, in amount 5 pieces per person (total amount, not refering to each particular category of seed).
h) tea, dried medicinal plants, dried fruits and nuts, spices and mixtures of spices in original unbroken small-consumption packagings, other than seed of potato, beans, common sunflower, lucerne and tomato, in amount 5 pieces per person.
 
Small amount of vegetals and vegetal products is represented by plants and vegetal products, which
a) are imported from the third countries to the Community, b) are intended for personal use,
c) are not intended for business purposes (goods of non-business nature), d) are not intended for scientific, research or cultivating purposes.
 
Additional information can be obtained on website  www.mze.cz

 
It is recommended to check with the Ministry of Agriculture (Ministerstvo zemědělství) whether a phytosanitary certificate is to be submitted to Customs for a particular typeof imported goods www.mze.cz

 
 

2.2.2  Edible vegetables  and certain roots and tubers

For commercial importation, it is necessary to submit to Customs:
–   a phytosanitary certificate;
 
 
For importation of products of vegetable origin for commercial purposes the customs authorities requires  the  Certificate of  Quality issued by the National Veterinary Administration of country of exportation. If this authorization is missing, the National Veterinary Administration of the Czech Republic (Státní veterinární správa České republiky) on the base of the addressee/consignee ´s demand must do it.
 
When importing for commercial or non-commercial purposes, it is necessary to submit to Customs CITES  forms  -  CITES  export  permit  and  CITES  import  permit  issued  by  the  Ministry  of  the Environment  of  the  Czech  Republic  (Ministerstvo  životního  prostředí)  or  must  be  presented  the CITES export permit  and notification about the import..
 
Non-commercial importation:
–  is permitted in established limits and category of merchandise in accordance with national regulations: see § 2.2.1 .

 
 
 
 

2.2.3 Edible fruit and nuts;   peel   of   citrus fruit or melons
 
2.2.4  Coffee,  tea, maté and spices

See 2.2.2.
 
 
 
For commercial importation, see 2.2.2.
 
For non-commercial importation, a phytosanitary certificate is not required for packaged products intended for home use.

 
2.2.5           Cereals         For commercial importation, see 2.2.2 For importation of products of vegetable origin for commercial purposes the customs authorities does not require the Certificate ofQuality.

 
2.2.6 Oil seeds and oleaginous fruits; miscellaneous grains, seeds and fruit; industrial or medicinal plants; straw and fodder

For commercial importation, see 2.2.2. For importation of products of vegetable origin for commercial purposes the customs authorities requires the Certificate of Quality.
 
For non-commercial importation:
–   a phytosanitary certificate is not required for packaged products intended for home use;
–   a CITES permit is required for CITES-listed species.

 

2.2.7  Lac;  gums, resins and other vegetable saps and extracts
 
2.2.8  Vegetable plaiting materials; vegetable   products not  elsewhere specified or included
 
2.2.9 Animal or vegetable fats and oils and their cleavage products; prepared edible  fats;  animal or vegetable waxes

For commercial importation, see 2.2.2. For importation of products of vegetable origin for commercial purposes the customs authorities requires the Certificate of Quality.
 
The  commercial  and  non-commercial  importation  of  narcotics  and  psychotropic  substances  is permitted only with the authorization of the Ministry of Health (Ministerstvo zdravotnictví).
 
See 2.2.7.
 
 
 
 
 
For the importation of animal fats and their cleavage products, prepared edible fats and animal waxes, Customs requires presentation of:
–   authorization from the National Veterinary Administration of country of origin;
–   the  veterinary authorization /CVED/ from the National Veterinary Administration of the Czech
Republic (Státní veterinární správa České republiky)
 
For products of vegetable origin,  oils,  it is necessary to submit to Customs:
–   a phytosanitary certificate;
 
When importing for commercial or non-commercial purposes, it is necessary to submit to Customs CITES  forms  -  CITES  export  permit  and  CITES  import  permit  issued  by  the  Ministry  of  the Environment  of  the  Czech  Republic  (Ministerstvo  životního  prostředí)  or  must  be  presented  the CITES export permit and notification about the import.
 
For importation of products of vegetable origin for commercial purposes the customs authorities requires  the  Certificate of  Quality issued by the National Veterinary Administration of country of exportation. If this authorization is missing, the National Veterinary Administration of the Czech Republic (Státní veterinární správa České republiky) on the base of the addressee/consignee ´s demand  must do it.

 
 

2.2.10 Preparations of meat, of fish or of crustaceans, molluscs or other aquatic invertebrates
 
 
 
2.2.11 Sugars and sugar confectionery
 
 
 
 
2.2.12 Cocoa and cocoa preparations
 
 
2.2.13 Preparations of cereals,  flour,  starch or milk; pastrycooks' products
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
2.2.14 Preparations of vegetables,    fruits, nuts or other parts of plants
 
2.2.15 Miscellaneous edible preparations
 
2.2.16 Residues and waste from the food industries
 
 
 
 
 
 
2.3 Pest-destroying products for agricultural use
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
2.4 Beverages, spirits and vinegar
 
 
 
2.5 Tobacco and manufactured tobacco substitutes

For commercial importation, see 2.2.9
 
When importing for commercial or non-commercial purposes, it is necessary to submit to Customs CITES  forms  -  CITES  export  permit  and  CITES  import  permit  issued  by  the  Ministry  of  the Environment  of  the  Czech  Republic  (Ministerstvo  životního  prostředí)  or  must  be  presented  the CITES export permit  and notification about the import..
 
Without CITES permit  the caviar  imported by post is permitted only up to 250 g per person.
 
For importation of products of vegetable origin for commercial purposes the customs authorities requires  the  Certificate of  Quality issued by the National Veterinary Administration of country of exportation. If this authorization is missing, the National Veterinary Administration of the Czech Republic (Státní veterinární správa České republiky) on the base of the addressee/consignee ´s demand  must do it.
 
See 2.2.11.
 
This does not apply to goods and products containing CITES-listed products, in which case a CITES
permit issued by the Ministry of the Environment must be presented.
 
Commercial importation requires:
–   a veterinary certificate (for milk);
–   a CITES permit for CITES-listed species.
 
For non-commercial importation, the veterinary or phytosanitary certificate is not required for packaged food indicating place of production. This does not apply to consignments containing CITES-listed products, in which case a CITES forms - CITES export permit and CITES import permit issued by the Ministry of the Environment of the Czech Republic (Ministerstvo životního prostředí) ormust be presented the CITES export permit and notification about the import.
 
For importation of products of vegetable origin for commercial purposes the customs authorities requires  the  Certificate of  Quality issued by the National Veterinary Administration of country of exportation. If this authorization is missing, the National Veterinary Administration of the Czech Republic (Státní veterinární správa České republiky) on the base of the addressee/consignee ´s demand  must do it.
 
See 2.2.13
 
 
See 2.2.13. See 2.2.13
Commercial importation requires:
–   a CITES permit for CITES-listed products.
 
For the non-commercial importation of food intended for animals, Customs requires a phytosanitary or veterinary certificate. A certificate is not required for goods contained in packing ready for use.
 
For importing residues and wastes from the food industry, it is necessary to submit authorization from the Ministry of the Environment.
 
For the commercial importation of chemical products such as insecticides, herbicides, fungicides, etc, Customs requires:
 
 
Biochemical preparations or compounds intended for agricultural use are subject to phytosanitary control.
Products containing substances harmful to the Earth's ozone layer are prohibited from importation. The importation of products manufactured with animal excrement requires:
–   authorization from the Ministry of the Environment.
 
Commercial importation requires:
–   a licence from the Ministry of the Economy;
–   a certificate from a national testing centre.
For non-commercial importation, 1 l of spirits and 2 l of wine per person are generally admitted. Commercial importation requires:
–   a licence from the Ministry of the Economy;
–   a phytosanitary certificate;
–   a certificate from a national testing centre.

 
 

 
 
 
2.6 Mineral products
 
2.6.1 Salt; sulphur; earths and stone; plastering materials; lime and cement
 
 
2.6.2 Ores, slag and ash
 
2.6.3 Mineral fuels, mineral oils and products of their distillation; bituminous substances; mineral waxes
 
2.7     Narcotics     and psychotropic substances
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
2.7.1 Products of the chemical or allied industries; inorganic chemicals; organic or inorganic compounds of precious metals, of rare-earth metals, of radioactive  elements or of isotopes
 
 
2.7.2 Organic chemicals
 
 
 
2.8 Pharmaceutical products
 
2.8.1  Glands  and other organs
 
 
 
 
2.8.2 Tanning or dyeing extracts; tannins and their derivatives; dyes, pigments and other colouring  matter; paints and varnishes; putty and other mastics; inks
 
2.8.3  Essential  oils and resinoids; perfumery,    cosmetic or toilet preparations

For importing tobacco refuse, it is necessary to submit to Customs import authorization from the
Ministry of the Environment.
 
Commercial importation requires:
–   a CITES permit from CITES-listed products.
 
For importing waste, it is necessary to submit to Customs import authorization from the Ministry of the
Environment.
 
Non-commercial importation is permitted only for packaged products ready to use, with an indication of the contents by the producer. Edible salt is admitted only in the producer's original packing.
 
For importing waste and residues, it is necessary to submit to Customs import authorization from the
Ministry of the Environment.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Commercial importation requires:
–   a licence from the Ministry of Health; Precursors
Regulation (EC) No. 273/2004 of the European Parliament and of Council on drug precursors and the Law No.219/2003 Coll. on treatment of chemical substances, which can be abused for illegal production  of  narcotic  drugs  and  psychotropics  substances  and  on  amendment  of  th  Law  No.
455/1991 Coll. on small business (Small Business Act) as last amended, allows import of precursors classified in group III for the needs of importer´s household. Another import of precursors of this group as well as precursors of group I and II is possible only on the base of license/permission issued by relevant institution. The Ministry of Health is the relevant institution in the territory of theCzech Republic.
Commercial importation requires:
–   a licence from the Ministry of the Health;
 
 
For importing radioactive isotopes, it is necessary to submit to Customs authorization from the Ministry of Health.
 
For importing waste, it is necessary to submit to Customs authorization from the Ministry of the
Environment of Czech Republic.
 
Biochemical products or their compounds intended for agricultural use are subject to phytosanitary control.
 
For importing waste, it is necessary to submit to Customs authorization from the Ministry of the
Environment of Czech Republic.
 
For the importation of medicaments containing narcotics and psychotropic substances for personal use is necessary to submit the licence from the Ministry of the Economy of Czech Republic.
 
Commercial importation requires:
–   a CITES permit for glands and extracts of organs listed in CITES.
 
For non-commercial importation, only medicaments not containing narcotics or psychotropic substances may be imported for personal use. Medicaments containing narcotics and psychotropic substances for personal use are permitted on the base of the authorization of the Ministry of Health of Czech Republic or on the base of the confirmation of the attending physician that the importeris user of this drug.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Commercial importation requires:
–   a CITES permit for glands and extracts of organs listed in CITES.
 
For non-commercial importation by post, the following amounts are set by international agreement:
–   50 g of perfume;

 
 

 
 
2.8.4 Soap, organic surface-active agents, various preparations
 
2.8.5 Albuminoidal substances; modified starches; glues; enzymes
 
2.9            Explosives; pyrotechnic  products; matches;    pyrophoric alloys;               certain combustible preparations.
 
2.10 Plastics and articles thereof; rubber and articles thereof
 
2.10.1    Photographic or cinematographic products
 
2.10.2 Miscellaneous chemical products

–   0.25 l of eau de toilette. See 2.8.3.
 
 
Commercial importation requires:
–   a CITES permit for products of organs listed by CITES.
 
For importing products made up of veterinary or animal material, it is necessary to submit to Customs a veterinary or phytosanitary certificate.
 
For commercial importation, the following is required:
–   a licence from the Ministry of the Economy;
–   a declaration of conformity of producer or importer
 
Non-commercial importation of products is prohibited excluding the matches and capsules for children pistols which can be posted in non-air-items.
 
 
 
 
 
Commercial importation requires:
–   a certificate from a national testing centre.
 
 
Commercial importation requires:
–   for plastic products using in building industry and which could be using in contact   with the foodstuffs  and packaging a certificate from a national testing centre.
 
Products  containing  substances  harmful  to  the  Earth's  ozone  layer  requires  the  authorization  of
Ministry of  the Environment of Czech Republic.
 
For importing waste, it is necessary to submit to Customs authorization from the Ministry of the
Environment of Czech Republic.

 
 

2.10.3 Raw hides and skins (other than fur skins) and leather
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
2.10.4 Articles of leather; saddlery and harness; travel goods, handbags and similar containers; articles of animal gut
 
 
 
2.10.5 Fur skins and artificial fur; manufactures thereof
 
2.11.1 Wood and articles of wood; wood charcoal
 
 
 
 
2.11.2 Cork and articles of cork
 
2.11.3  Manufactures of straw, of esparto or of      other      plaiting

For animal products:
–   authorization from the National Veterinary Administration of the Czech Republic;
–   a phytosanitary or veterinary certificate;
–   a CITES permit for CITES-listed products.
 
For importing waste, it is necessary to submit to Customs authorization from the Ministry of the
Environment.
 
Commercial and non-commercial importation requires:
–   a CITES permit for CITES-listed products.
 
Commercial importation requires:
–   a licence from the Ministry of the Economy;
–   a declaration of conformity  for the school bags, inspans and furniture and the protective working means or a certificate from a national testing centre
–   a CITES permit for CITES-listed products. Non-commercial importation requires:
–   a CITES permit for CITES-listed products.
 
See 2.10.4.
 
 
 
Commercial importation requires:
–   a certificate from a national testing centre for furniture;
–   a phytosanitary certificate;
–   a CITES permit for CITES-listed products.
 
Non-commercial importation requires:
–   a CITES permit for CITES-listed products.
 
Commercial importation requires:
–   a certificate from a national testing centre.
 
See 2.11.1.

 
 

materials; basketware and wickerwork
 
2.12.1 Pulp of wood or of other fibrous cellulose material; waste and scrap of paper or paperboard; paper and paperboard and articles thereof
 
2.12.2 Paper and paperboard; articles of paper  pulp,  of  paper or of paperboard
 
2.12.3  Printed  books, newspapers,   pictures and other products of the  printing  industry; manuscripts, typescripts and plans
 
2.13 Textiles and textile articles

 
 
Commercial importation requires:
–   a licence from the Ministry of the Economy;
–   a certificate from a national testing centre for furniture;
 
For  importing  waste,  it  is  required  to  submit  to  Customs  authorization  from  the  Ministry  of  the
Environment.
 
 
Commercial importation requires:
–   a licence from the Ministry of the Economy;
–   a certificate from a national testing centre for school things, material for packaging destined for foodstuffs;
 
Commercial importation requires:
–   a certificate from a national testing centre for the school things;
 
 
 
 
 
Commercial importation requires:
–   a licence from the Ministry of the Economy;
–   a veterinary certificate (only for goods under HS Code 50.01).
–    a proof of the article origin

2.13.1 Silk                       Non-commercial importation requires:
–   a veterinary certificate (only for goods under HS Code 50.01).

 
2.13.2 Wool, fine or coarse animal hair; horsehair yarn and woven fabric

Commercial importation requires:
–   a licence from the Ministry of the Economy;
–   a declaration of conformity for the worsted or a certificate from a national testing centre;
–   a CITES permit for CITES-listed products.

 
2.13.3 Cotton
 
Commercial importation requires:
–   a licence from the Ministry of the Economy;
–   a declaration of conformity  for the sharps non-made up and made up for reail sale or a certificate from a national testing centre.
 
 
The importation of cotton, wool and uncarded wool requires a phytosanitary certificate.
 
 
For  importing  waste,  it  is  required  to  submit  to  Customs  authorization  from  the  Ministry  of  the
Environment.
2.13.4 vegetable
Other textile
Commercial importation requires:
–   a licence from the Ministry of the Economy;

fibres, paper yarn and
woven fabrics of paper yarn
 
 
 
 
 
2.13.5        Man-made filaments
 
 
 
 
 
2.13.6        Man-made staple fibres

–   a phytosanitary certificate;
–   a CITES permit for CITES-listed products.
 
Non-commercial importation requires:
–   a CITES permit for CITES-listed products.
 
The importation of vegetable fibres of psychotropic substances for producing narcotics is permitted on the base of the authorization of Ministry of the Economy of Czechia.
 
Commercial importation requires:
–   a licence from the Ministry of the Economy;
–   a declaration of conformity for or a certificate from a national testing centre;
–   a CITES permit for CITES-listed products.
 
Non-commercial importation requires:
–   a CITES permit for CITES-listed products.
 
Commercial importation requires:
–   a licence from the Ministry of the Economy;
–   a certificate from a national testing centre;
–   a CITES permit for products containing CITES-listed fibres if they are in combination with the
genuine grains.
 
For  importing  waste,  it  is  required  to  submit  to  Customs  authorization  from  the  Ministry  of  the
Environment.
 
Non-commercial importation requires:
–   a CITES permit for products containing CITES-listed fibres if they are in combination with the

 
 
genuine grains.
 
 

2.13.7 Wadding, felt and non-woven; special yarns; twine, cordage, ropes and cables and articles thereof
 
2.13.8 Carpets and other textile floor coverings
 
 
 
 
 
2.13.9 Special woven fabrics; tufted textile fabrics; lace; tapestries; trimmings; embroidery
 
2.13.10 Impregnated, coated, covered or laminated textile fabrics; textile articles of  a  kind  suitable for industrial use
 
2.13.11 Knitted or crocheted fabrics
 
 
 
2.13.12 Articles of apparel and clothing accessories, knitted or crocheted
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
2.13.13 Articles of apparel and clothing accessories,  not knitted or crocheted

–   a CITES permit for products containing CITES-listed fibres.
 
 
 
 
 
 
Commercial importation requires:
–   a licence from the Ministry of the Economy;
–   a declaration of conformity /excluding the bath side rug, set, textile foot-scraper and home hand made carpets from residual textile/ or a certificate from a national testing centre;
–   a CITES permit for CITES-listed products.
 
Non-commercial importation requires:
–   a CITES permit for CITES-listed products.
 
Commercial importation requires:
–   a CITES permit for CITES-listed products.
 
Non-commercial importation requires:
–   a CITES permit for CITES-listed products.
 
Commercial importation requires:
–   a declaration of conformity for the fire hoses or a certificate from a national testing centre.
 
 
 
 
 
Commercial importation requires:
–   a CITES permit for products containing human or animal hair listed in CITES.
 
Non-commercial importation requires:
–   a CITES permit for products containing human or animal hair listed in CITES.
 
Commercial importation requires:
–   a licence from the Ministry of the Economy;
–   6101-6104 a declaration of conformity  for the top clothing accessories, knitted or crocheted for children up to size 110 cm or a certificate from a national testing centre;
- 6107-6108 a declaration of conformity  for body linen knitted or crocheted including for children and babies or a certificate from a national testing centre;
- 6109 a 6111 a declaration of conformity  for  outwear T-shirts, undershirt and other shirt knitted or crocheted or a certificate from a national testing centre;
-6110 a declaration of conformity  for pullover knitted or crocheted, sweaters, or similar products for children up to the size 164  or a certificate from a national testing centre;
- 6111 a declaration of conformity  for suckling babies wearing, clothing accessories and their parts knitted or crocheted or a certificate from a national testing centre;
-6112 a 6114 a declaration of conformity   for training suit, ski-wear, swim suits and other wear for leisure time and sport, knitted or crocheted and other than knitted or crocheted up to the sizethe 164 or  a certificate from a national testing centre;
- 6115 a declaration of conformity  for tights, knee-sock, pantyhose, socks, elastic panties-stockings and other similar products , knitted or crocheted or a certificate from a national testing centre;
- 6116 a 6111 gloves knitted or crocheted for children up 3 years or a certificate from a national testing centre;
–   a CITES permit for products containing human or animal hair listed in CITES.
 
Non-commercial importation requires:
–   a CITES permit for products containing human or animal hair listed in CITES.
In accordance with legal regulations, used products cannot be imported. Commercial importation requires:
- 6201-6204 and 6210 a declaration of conformity  for other outwear for children made of woven fabric up to the size 110 or a certificate from a national testing centre;
- 6205 a 6206 a declaration of conformity  for men, boys and girls chemises made of woven fabric or a certificate from a national testing centre;
-  6207  for  men  and  boys  undershirts  and  T-shirts,  long  and  short pants, night shirts, pyjamas, bathrobe, housecoat and similar products made of  woven fabric or a certificate from a national testing centre;
- 6208 a declaration of conformity  for ladies and girls undershirts,  combinations, petticoats, panties,

 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
2.13.14 Other made- up  textile  articles; sets;  worn  clothing and worn textile articles; rags
 
 
 
 
 
2.14 Footwear, headgear, umbrellas, sun  umbrellas, walking-sticks, seat- sticks, whips, riding- crops and parts thereof; prepared feathers and articles made therewith; artificial flowers; articles of human hair
 
2.14.1 Footwear, gaiters and the like; parts of such articles
 
 
 
 
 
2.14.2 Headgear and parts thereof
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
2.14.3 Umbrellas, sun umbrellas, walking- sticks, seat-sticks, whips,  riding-crops and parts thereof
 
2.14.4 Prepared feathers  and  down and articles made of feathers or of down; artificial flowers; articles of human hair

night-dresses, pyjamas, deshabille,    bathrobe, dressing-gown and similar products made of woven fabric or a certificate from a national testing centre;
- 6209 a 6307 a declaration of conformity  for suckling babies wearing and accessories made from textile materials excluding knitted or crocheted including baby woven napkins or a certificate from a national testing centre;
- 6212 a declaration of conformity  for corsets, bras, suspenders, pads and similar products and their parts or a certificate from a national testing centre;
- 6213,6214,6216,6217 a declaration of conformity or   certificate from a national testing centre for handkerchiefs, scarf, wraps, gloves and other accessories and their parts for children up  3 years old excluding knitted or crocheted;
- 6301 a declaration of conformity or  certificate from a national testing centre for children caps (with dimensions max. 100 x 150 cm);
- 6302 a declaration of conformity or  certificate from a national testing centre for bedclothes, made of flat textiles excluding of quilted covering and sets, bath towels;
–   a CITES permit for products containing human or animal hair listed in CITES. Non-commercial importation requires:
–   a CITES permit for products containing human or animal hair listed in CITES. In accordance with legal regulations, used products cannot be imported. Commercial importation requires:
–   a certificate from a national testing centre;
–   a CITES permit for products containing human or animal hair listed in CITES.
 
For  importing  waste,  it  is  required  to  submit  to  Customs  authorization  from  the  Ministry  of  the
Environment.
 
Non-commercial importation requires:
–   a CITES permit for products containing human or animal hair listed in CITES.
 
In accordance with legal regulations, used products cannot be imported.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Commercial importation requires:
–   a licence from the Ministry of the Economy;
–   a CITES permit for CITES-listed products.
 
Non-commercial importation requires:
–   a CITES permit for CITES-listed products.
In accordance with legal regulations, used products cannot be imported. Commercial importation requires:
–   6503-6506 a declaration of conformity or  certificate from a national testing centre  for children caps up to 3 years old;
–   a CITES permit for CITES-listed products.
 
Non-commercial importation requires:
–   a CITES permit for CITES-listed products.
In accordance with legal regulations, used products cannot be imported. Commercial importation requires:
–   a CITES permit for CITES-listed products.
 
Non-commercial importation requires:
–   a CITES permit for CITES-listed products.
 
See 2.14.3.

 
 

2.15 Articles of stone, plaster, cement, asbestos, mica or similar materials; ceramic products; glass and glassware
 
2.15.1  Articles  of stone,  plaster, cement, asbestos, mica or similar materials
 
2.15.2 Ceramic products
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
2.15.3 Glass and glassware
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
2.15.4 Natural or cultured pearls, precious or semi- precious stones, precious metals, metals clad with precious metal and articles thereof; imitation  jewellery; coin

 
 
 
 
 
 
Commercial importation requires:
–   a CITES permit for combined products listed in CITES.
 
Non-commercial importation requires:
–   a CITES permit for combined products listed in CITES.
 
Commercial importation requires:
–   a licence from the Ministry of the Economy;
–   6911 a declaration of conformity or  certificate from a national testing centre  for kitchenware and table ware, other kitchen and household utensils, from those only the porcelain and tableware contacted with the mouth or foodstuffs;
–   a CITES permit for combined products listed in CITES.
 
Non-commercial importation requires:
–   a CITES permit for combined products listed in CITES.
 
See 2.15.2.
- 7010 a declaration of conformity or  certificate from a national testing centre for packaging sort of glass, from those only glass bottle for beverages and bottles destined for foodstuffs, glass for canning;
- 7012 a declaration of conformity or   certificate from a national testing centre for the insets for thermos bottles and others vacuum vessels, from this cited only those contacting with themouth or foodstuffs;
- 7013 a declaration of conformity or  certificate from a national testing centre  for beverages glass, other  than  ceramic  glass,  table  and  kitchen  glass  and  household  glass,  toilet  and  office  glass products, glass decoration products and similar products, from those only that one contacting with the mouth or foodstuffs;
Commercial importation and non-commercial importation requires:
–   a CITES permit for CITES-listed products.

 
2.15.5 Iron and steel       Commercial importation requires:
–   a licence from the Ministry of the Economy;
–   a declaration of conformity or  certificate from a national testing centre.
 
For  importing  waste,  it  is  required  to  submit  to  Customs  authorization  from  the  Ministry  of  the
Environment.

 
2.15.6 Articles of iron and steel
 
 
2.15.7    Copper    and articles thereof
 
 
 
 
2.15.8     Nickel     and articles thereof
 
2.15.9 Aluminium and articles thereof

Commercial importation requires:
–   a licence from the Ministry of the Economy;
–   a certificate from a national testing centre.
 
Commercial importation requires:
–   a certificate from a national testing centre;
–   a CITES permit for combined products listed in CITES.
 
Non-commercial importation requires:
–   a CITES permit for combined products listed in CITES.
 
See 2.15.7.
 
 
Commercial importation requires:
–   a certificate from a national testing centre;
–   a CITES permit for combined products listed in CITES.
 
For  importing  waste,  it  is  required  to  submit  to  Customs  authorization  from  the  Ministry  of  the
Environment.
 
Non-commercial importation requires:
–   a CITES permit for combined products listed in CITES.

 
 

2.15.10 Lead and articles thereof
 
 
2.15.11 Zinc and articles thereof
 
2.15.12  Tin  and articles thereof
 
2.15.13 Other base metals; cermets; articles thereof
 
2.15.14 Tools, implements, cutlery, spoons and forks, of base metal; parts thereof of base metal
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
2.15.15 Miscellaneous articles of base metal
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
2.16 Machinery and mechanical
appliances; electrical equipment; parts thereof; sound recorders and reproducers,
television image and sound recorders and reproducers,  and parts and accessories of such articles
 
2.16.1 Nuclear reactors, boilers, machinery and mechanical
appliances; parts thereof
 
2.16.2 Electrical machinery and equipment  and  parts

Commercial importation requires:
For  importing  waste,  it  is  required  to  submit  to  Customs  authorization  from  the  Ministry  of  the
Environment.
 
See 2.15.10. See 2.15.10. See 2.15.10.
 
Commercial importation requires:
–   820559 and 8303 declaration of conformity or   certificate from a national testing centre   for the steel-plated door or strengthened  wardrobe, dividers and doors from simple metals;
- 830910 declaration of conformity or   certificate from a national testing centre   for metal lock for bottles, crown corks;
- 8311, 7217, 7223, 7605 declaration of conformity or  certificate from a national testing centre  for additional materials for sealing – electrodes, wire, tapes;
–   a CITES permit for combined products listed in CITES.
 
Non-commercial importation requires:
–   a  CITES  permit  for  combined  products  listed  in  CITES.    60  a  declaration  of  conformity  or certificate from a national testing centre for other hand smith´s, plumber tools and other electrotechnic equipment, from those only benzine, warming, sparking and soldering lamps;
- 8211, 8213, 820150 a declaration of conformity or   certificate from a national testing centre for knives, excluding knives form for machines, scissors and their blades, from those only that one contacting the foodstuffs;
- 8215 declaration of conformity or   certificate from a national testing centre spoons, forks, ladle, dessert cutlery, knives for fish, knives for butter, sugar-nippers and similar kitchen and dinner set, from those only that contacting the foodstuffs;
–   a CITES permit for combined products listed in CITES. Non-commercial importation requires:
–   a CITES permit for combined products listed in CITES.
 
Commercial importation requires:
–   8301 declaration of conformity or  certificate from a national testing centre for cylinder building lock and hanging lock cylinder;
- 830130 declaration of conformity or  certificate from a national testing centre for cylinder furniture lock
- 8302 declaration of conformity or  certificate from a national testing centre for hinge, clip, ironwork and similar products from simple metals destined for cars, doors, windows and furniture, etc., from those only furniture hinge, withdrawable mechanism of the furniture´s drawers, furniture small metal wheels;
 
In accordance with legal regulations, used products cannot be imported.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Commercial importation requires:
–   a licence from the Ministry of the Economy;
–   a certificate from a national testing centre.
 
Machinery, mechanical appliances and installations for protecting plants are subject to phytosanitary control.
 
Commercial importation requires:
–   a licence from the Ministry of the Economy form military materials;

 
 

thereof; sound recorders and reproducers;
television image and sound recorders and reproducers and parts and accessories of such articles
 
2.16.3 Vehicles, other than railway or tramway rolling-stock, and parts and accessories thereof
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
2.16.4 Aircraft, spacecraft and parts thereof
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
2.16.5 Ships, boats and floating structures

–   a certificate from a national testing centre.
 
For importing telecommunications installations, whether or not combined, it is required to submit to
Customs authorization from the Telecommunications Office.
 
For  importing  waste  (used  batteries  and  column  batteries),  it  is  required  to  submit  to  Customs authorization from the Ministry of the Environment.
 
In accordance with legal regulations, the non-commercial importation of used products is prohibited. Commercial importation
For importing vehicles (tractors, road tractors, motor vehicles for more than 10 persons, including
driver, eg minibus), it is necessary to submit to Customs:
–   a certification from the Ministry of Transport (Ministerstvo dopravy) as an approved importer.
 
A natural or legal person that is not an approved importer must submit:
–   a certificate from a national testing centre.
 
For  importing  motor  vehicles  (eg  minibus,  motor  vehicles  for  transporting  persons,  fire-fighting vehicles, crane lorries, concrete-mixer lorries, motorcycles and mopeds), a natural or legal person not having certification from the Ministry of Transport as an approved importer, or the agreement of an approved importer, is required to submit:
–   a certificate from a national testing centre.
 
An approved importer having certification from the Ministry of Transport is also authorized to import spare parts for these vehicles.
 
A natural or legal person not having certification from the Ministry of Transport as an approved importer, or the agreement of an approved importer, is required to submit:
–   a certificate from a national testing centre.
 
For motor vehicles adapted for the transport of goods or fitted with lifting or handling equipment, and small tractors and work trucks used in warehouses, dock areas, etc, a certificate from the National Office of Standards and Testing of the Czech Republic must be issued, in accordance with the Law on National  Testing,  for  certification,  and  the  importer  is  required  to  submit  to  border  Customs  a certificate from a corresponding National testing centre (Státní zkušebna).
 
The importation of tanks and other armoured fighting vehicles and their spare parts (for the defence and security of the State) requires:
–   a licence from the Ministry of the Economy.
 
The importation of bicycles, non-motorized tricycles, invalid carriages or motorized or mechanically propelled vehicles requires:
–   a certificate from a national testing centre.
Customs also requires a certificate for the importation of spare parts for bicycles. The importation of baby carriages, trailers, caravans, camper vans, etc, requires:
–   a certificate from a national testing centre.
 
The importation of other trailers for the transport of goods requires:
–   certification from the Ministry of Transport (Ministerstvo dopravy) regarding approved importers.
 
A natural or legal person not having the certification of the Ministry of Transport as an approved importer, or the agreement of an approved importer, is required to submit:
–   a certificate from a national testing centre.
 
Commercial importation
 
For importing airplanes, spacecraft and parts thereof, a certificate from the National Aeronautics Office must be presented.
 
The importation of airplanes, helicopters and spare parts thereof requires:
–   a licence from the Ministry of the Economy.
 
The importation of civilian aircraft requires:
–   a certificate from the National Aeronautics Office.
 
The importation of parachutes, paragliders, aircraft launching gear and spare parts thereof for civilian use requires:
–   a certificate from the National Aeronautics Office.
 
The importation of these same articles for military use requires:
–   a licence from the Ministry of the Economy.
 
Commercial importation
 
The importation of boats (ships, yachts, small watercraft, etc) requires:

 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
2.16.6             Optical, photographic, cinematographic, measuring,   checking, precision,  medical  or surgical     instruments and  apparatus;  parts and           accessories thereof

–   a certificate from a national testing office.
 
The importation of launches, other than those with outboard motors, requires:
–   certification from a national navigation body.
 
The importation of boats intended for the transport of refuse requires:
–   authorization from the Ministry of the Environment.
 
Importation of instruments and apparatus, according to their use
 
1   The importation of optical fibres, optical fibre cables, special technologies and their products is subject to the particular system in each country.
2   The importation of spectacles, goggles or the like, lenses, contact lenses:
–   for medical use requires a certificate from a national testing centre;
–   for cameras requires a licence from the Ministry of the Economy.
3   The importation of filters:
–   for use in civilian aircraft requires a certificate from the National Aeronautics Office;
–   for military use requires a licence from the Ministry of the Economy.
4a The importation of frames and mountings for spectacles, goggles or the like:
–   in plastic or in precious metal requires a certificate from a national testing centre;
–   manufactured with CITES-listed products requires a CITES permit.
4b The importation of spectacles, goggles or the like as a medical aid or as protective eyewear at work requires a certificate from a national testing centre.
5   The importation of field glasses, telescopes and apparatus intended for military use requires:
–   a licence from the Ministry of the Economy or these articles are subject to a particular system.
 
 
The importation of photographic cameras, except cinematographic cameras not subject to certification (see list of obligatory products) requires the presentation of a certificate. A certificate is also required, based on the use made of these cameras.
7   The importation of bulbs requires:
–   a certificate from a national testing centre.
8   The importation of film requires a certificate, also based on use.
9a The importation of microscopes for military use requires:
–   a licence from the Ministry of the Economy.
9b The importation of microscopes for medical use requires:
–   a certificate from a national testing centre.
10 The importation of balances and other drawing equipment requires:
–   a certificate from a national testing centre.
11 The importation of special apparatus as well as of products and apparatus relating to special technologies is subject to the particular system in each country.
12 The importation of micrometers, measuring instruments, calipers and the like, depending on their use, requires:
–   for use in schools: a certificate from a national testing centre;
–   for surgical appliances: a certificate from a national testing centre;
–  for ultra-violet apparatus and transmitters: authorization from nuclear control authorities, depending on use; for products of special technologies: a licence from the Ministry of the Economy.
13 The importation of medical and dental instruments and apparatus requires:
–   a certificate from a national testing centre.
14 The importation of other instruments and apparatus requires:
–   a certificate from a national testing centre.
15 The importation of massage apparatus for cosmetic and medical purposes requires:
–   a certificate from a national testing centre.
16 The importation of breathing masks and gas masks requires:
–   a certificate from a national testing centre.
17 The importation of orthopedic instruments requires:
–   a certificate from a national testing centre.
18 The importation of measuring apparatus of all kinds requires:
–   a certificate from a national testing centre for approval of the type of measuring, issued by the
National Office of Standards and Testing of the Czech Republic (Státní zkušební ústav)
19 The importation of measuring apparatus used in aeronautics requires:
–   a licence from the Ministry of the Economy.
20 The importation of apparatus for chemical laboratories and electrical apparatus requires:
–   a certificate from a national testing centre.
21 The importation of spectrometers, exposure meters and all measuring apparatus requires:
–   a certificate from the National Office of Standards and Testing.
22 The importation of measuring apparatus intended for motor vehicles imported by a natural or legal person requires:
–   a  certificat  from the Ministry of Transport, Post and Telecommunications as an approved importer or an agreement between the importer and the approved importer.
23 The importation of apparatus not elsewhere specified or included requires:

 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
2.16.7 Clocks and watches and parts thereof
 
 
 
 
 
 
2.16.8 Musical instruments; parts and accessories of such articles
 
2.16.9 Arms and ammunition; parts and accessories thereof
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
2.17 Miscellaneous manufactured goods
 
2.17.1 Furniture
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
2.17.2 Toys, games and sports requisites; parts and accessories thereof
 
 
 
 
 
2.17.3 Worked ivory, tortoise shell, horn, antlers, coral, mother- of-pearl and other animal material

–   a certificate from a national testing centre.
24 The importation of apparatus for aeronautical transport requires:
–   a certificate from the National Aeronautics Office.
25 The importation of apparatus for naval transport requires:
–   a certificate from the National Navigation Office.
 
Commercial importation
 
1   The importation of watches and parts thereof requires:
–   a declaration of conformity or a certificate from a national testing centre.
2   The importation of household alarm clocks and electrically operated clocks requires:
–   a declaration of conformity or a certificate from a national testing centre.
3   The importation of watchcases, wrist watches and parts thereof, manufactured with CITES-listed products, requires:
–   a CITES permit.
 
Commercial importation
 
The musical instruments the sound of which is produced, or must be amplified, electrically are subject to certification.
 
The  commercial  importation  of  arms  and  ammunition  for  the  defence  and  security of  the  State requires:
–   a licence from the Ministry of Interior.
 
The importation of arms for other purposes requires:
–   a certificate from a national testing centre.
 
Non-commercial importation:
 
The importer must present to Customs a firearms permit issued by the office representing Czech
Republic in the exporting country or by a corresponding police unit in the importing country.
 
The importation of historical firearms is not restricted.
 
The importation of arms and parts thereof, manufactured with CITES-listed products, requires:
–   a CITES permit.
 
The importation of ammunition by collectors is permitted only in smaller packing. Commercial importation
For the importation of seats used for aircraft, Customs requires:
–   a certificat from the National Aeronautics Office.
 
For the importation of seats for motor vehicles, the natural or legal person without authorization from the Ministry of Transport as an approved importer, or without the agreement of an approvedimporter, must present:
–   a certificate from a national testing centre.
 
The importation of products and parts thereof listed in CITES requires:
–   a CITES permit.
 
If these products are manufactured with other certified materials, Customs requires:
–   a certificate from a national testing centre.
 
Non-commercial importation requires:
–   a CITES permit for products containing human or animal hair listed in CITES.
 
In accordance with legal regulations, used upholstered furniture cannot be imported. Commercial importation
 
If the goods are manufactured with other certified materials, Customs requires:
–   a mark of the conformity “CE” by the toys and  a declaration of conformity for  the other products if the technical standards are determined, sports articles destined for open air games (including the tents)
 
The importation of products and parts thereof listed in CITES requires:
–   a CITES permit.
 
Commercial importation requires:
-9608 declaration of conformity or  certificate from a national testing centre for markers, felt marking pens and patented pencils, from those only product having character of school things;
-9608  declaration of conformity or certificate from a national testing centre for set of writing utensil , handpiece for pens, pencils and similar products and their parts, ball-point pen refill, etc.
The importation of products and parts thereof listed in CITES requires:
–   a CITES permit.

 
 

 
 
 
 
2.18 Works of art, collectors' pieces and antiques

Non-commercial importation requires:
–   a CITES permit for products containing human or animal hair listed in CITES.
 
In accordance with legal regulations, used products cannot be imported. Commercial importation
The importation of antiques and cultural goods from third countries is not restricted. The importation of products and parts thereof listed in CITES requires:
–   a CITES permit.

 
 
Part III:
Special provisions, Customs and other
 
 

3.1 Drawing up of customs declarations
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
3.2 Need to insert invoices
 
 
 
3.3 Need to attest to the origin of goods
 
 
 
 
3.4 Miscellaneous customs provisions
 
3.4.1  Postal-Customs
Centre
 
 
3.4.2 Low-value consignments
 
 
 
 
3.4.3 Consignments sent by one natural person to another one

Postal items for addresses in the Czech Republic, part of the Union customs territory and which are subject to customs control must be accompanied by a CN 23 customs declaration duly completedand written legibly in Czech, French or English and attached unsealed to the item, or insert to the plastic envelope with accompanied documents.
 
A CN 22 label duly completed and written legibly in Czech, French or English affixed to the front of the item, is required for letter-post items containing goods or for small packets of  a value notexceeding
300 DTS (Special Drawing Rights) .
No customs declaration is required for postal items from Member States of the European Union and containing Community goods.
An invoice in duplicata must be attached, unsealed, to the customs declaration insert to the plastic envelope with accompanied documents for all postal items containing the commercial goods.
Invoices are not required for items from the countries of the European Union containing Community goods.
 
The European Union (EU) has concluded agreements with some countries about tariff preference, so that under certain conditions the goods can be imported with a lower duty rate than the normalduty rate.
Under these agreements, one of the conditions for tariff preference is that a proof of origin is submitted to customs. Further details about what kind of proof of origin is required and other conditions can be provided by the local customs office.
 
 
 
Postal items requiring to be presented to the customs control are routed regarding the addressee´s locality to the regional Postal-Customs Centre (OE Praha).
 
 
No customs duty is impose for goods sent directly from a non-EU country to an addressee in the EU
when the overall intrinsic value does not exceed 22 EUR.
 
The exemption does not apply to alcoholic beverages, tobacco, perfume and eau de toilette.
 
 
Goods in consignments sent by a natural person from third countries by post to another natural person in the customs area of European Community are exempted from import duty, exciseduty and VAT, if this import is of non-commercial nature (import of non-commercial nature, contain goods, which are exclusively designed for personal use by a consignee, or by hisdependants, and which do not indicate any intention to trade them taking into account their types and quantity, are sent by a consignor to a consignee free of charge).
 
Relief from import duties according to above mentioned shall apply to goods, whose total value, EUR
45 in each consignment, including value of goods, on which shall be applied relief from import duties restricted to following quantity in particular consignments:
 
a) tobacco and tobacco products:
 
• 50 cigarettes, or
 
• 25 cigarillos (cigars with a maximum weight of 3 g per one pieces), or
 
• 10 cigars, or
 
• 50 g of tobacco for smoking, or proportional combination of the above products. b) alcoholic drinks:
• one litre of spirits of alcoholic drinks with a volume alcoholic titre exceeding 22 % vol. or non denatured ethyl alcohol with a volume alcoholic titre exceeding 80 % vol.
 
• one litre of sprits, alcoholic drinks and aperitifs on the base of wine or alcohol, tafia, sake or similar drinks with a volume alcoholic titre, which does not exceed 22 % vol.; sparkling wine or liqueur wine, or
 
• proportional combination of the above products, and
 
• two litres of non-sparkling wine.

 
 
c)  50 g of Perfume or 0,25 l of  Eau de toilette.
 

3.4.4. Products containing substances that deplete the ozone layer
 
3.4.5  List of web sites of relevant Czech authorities

Import of products containing substances that deplete the ozone layer (e.g. freezers, refrigerators, passenger vehicles with built-in air condition etc.), which is possible only in case the product is marked by icon of its ecological operation, whose existence is indicated also in technical documentation of the product.