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Shipping to Germany - tariffs and service

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Metus posted on Thu, Mar 11 2010 4:24 PM


If I order some books from the Mises-store to Germany, do I have to pay tariffs? If not, then ordering certein books from the institute and shiping over half the world is in fact cheaper than buying the book here.

And the other question: USPS orders a national company to deliver packages oversees. For Germany, will this be DHL?


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Marko replied on Thu, Mar 11 2010 11:32 PM

You won't pay a customs duty, but you will pay the book VAT rate.

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