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DVD's from Vietnam

Posted by HomerJSimpson on 24/6/2007 at 18:10

Hi there.

I bought a few DVD's recently in Hanoi. I just tried to post them to Australia, but was refused (something about Vietnamese customs..) I was assured I could take them out of Vietnam personally and not pay duty, assuming of course there wasn't a commercial quantity, as I believe there isn't.

A few questions:

1) Can I take 27 DVD's out of Vietnam without being taxed?

2) Can I take 27 DVD's into Australia without being taxed?

3) If I can't do either of those above, what is my upper limit?


#1 HomerJSimpson has been a member since 18/4/2007. Posts: 6

Posted by somtam2000 on 25/6/2007 at 06:12 admin

I'd assume you'd have no problem for that kind of quantity. My guess would be over 50 or so could give you a bit of hassle upon arrival in Oz. I've taken dozens back in the past without problem.

#2 somtam2000 has been a member since 21/1/2004. Location: Indonesia. Posts: 8,093

Posted by Red on 25/6/2007 at 11:57

We had no trouble taking DVD's out of Vietnam and none bringing them into Australia, we had about 50.
We just left them in our cases and no-one questioned us, either end.

#3 Red has been a member since 22/5/2006. Posts: 46

Posted by HomerJSimpson on 25/6/2007 at 12:50

Thank you all. I breathe easier now.

#4 HomerJSimpson has been a member since 18/4/2007. Posts: 6

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