Rebate investigation on arms and ammunition, parts and accessories

The International Trade Administration Commission (ITAC) has initiated a rebate investigation on arms and ammunition, parts, and accessories. The products are classified in Chapter 93 of the tariff book.

Purpose of the rebate

The products imported under rebate will be used only for testing and experimenting. A permit granted by the National Conventional Arms Control Committee and the Directorate for Conventional Arms Control will be required.

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Conditions of the rebate

The goods will not be sold or disposed to any other party or be removed to the area of Botswana, Eswatini, Lesotho or Namibia unless under specific authority of the National Conventional Arms Control Committee and the Directorate for Conventional Arms Control.

Goods not consumed or destroyed during the testing process must be exported within 180 days from the date of the said import permits issued by the National Conventional Arms Control Committee and the Directorate for Conventional Arms Control.

Are you impacted and want to make submissions to ITAC? Contact us on infor@tradesolutions.co.za