Consumption Entry

A consumption entry is a document used in international trade to declare goods that have been consumed in the country where they are located. The purpose of the document is to ensure that customs authorities have accurate information about goods that are being brought into the country, and to calculate the correct amount of duty that is owed on those goods.

The consumption entry must be filed within a certain period of time after the goods have been consumed. The specific deadline will vary depending on the country’s laws and regulations, but it is generally not very long after the goods have been used.

When filing a consumption entry, traders must provide detailed information about the goods that have been consumed. This includes the type of good, its value, and how it was used. Customs authorities will use this information to determine the correct amount of duty that is owed.

A consumption entry is a critical document in international trade, and it is important to file it accurately and on time. Failure to do so can result in significant fines and penalties.

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Consumption Entry
Consumption Entry Definition – Operations & Supply Chain Dictionary
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