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Old 28th October 2007, 13:07   #1
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Hi im new to this forum, I reside in Canada and it really bothers me to see cars in India to be sooooooo over priced, and im not talking 10%, 20%, 30% I'm talking about 50-60% . Thats a huge margin of profit for the Manufacturers, and I know the Indian Government charges something like 103% Duty Tax, but what about the cars made in India that are still priced more than double what I pay here.sorry for the rant but could someone please provide me with information on the importing process, as well as if duty rates differ among cars
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Hi NRIturbo,

Welcome aboard.

You can do a search for terms like > import, duty, importing, customs

...and you will get TONS of threads and great information, and please continue the discussion there.

Also, please use the search feature before creating threads in the future.

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