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Tanzania does not have a de minimus value

De minimus is the value below which certain countries do not assess taxes and duties on shipments.

De minimis value significantly impacts eCommerce. This is because B2C orders are typically a much lower value than B2B, and a larger percentage of your shipments will clear duty and tax-free to specific countries. Shipments below the de minimis value will clear faster and provide an opportunity to get your shipments faster.

Please be aware that consolidating shipments will affect the value of your shipment and therefore the de minimus value as well.

Take note that many items can be received duty-free if the goods meet the rules of origin under free trade agreements.


As part of the East African Customs Union, Tanzania imposes the EAC common external tariff on goods from non-EAC countries. The tariffs range from 0 percent for raw materials to 10 percent for industrial used goods and 25 percent for consumer goods. As of January 1, 2010, there are no tariffs on EAC-origin goods from countries within the union. However, on occasion disputes have occurred between Tanzania and other EAC members and temporary bans or tariffs have been imposed. See Common External Tariff

Please note that any items offensive to a Muslim Culture will not be allowed for import into.


Certain items are restricted by as a matter of procedure. Other country specific restrictions may be applicable.

NOTE : Please note that the sending country may have their own specific restrictions.

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