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  • Lower de minimis Threshold on Inbound Shipments to Taiwan

    De minimis threshold on inbound shipments to Taiwan will decrease from 3,000 NTD to 2,000 NTD per shipment per day.

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  • UPS Expands Service in Taoyuan and Southern New Taipei City

    The service enhancement is part of UPS’s long-term strategy to provide local Taiwanese businesses with more agile logistics solutions and greater access to global trade. 

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  • UPS & SF Holding Joint Venture Receives Regulatory Approval in China

    Today UPS and SF Holding, the parent company of SF Express, announced approval of their planned joint venture by China’s Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM). 

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  • UPS Offers 150 NTD Voucher to Customers Who Ship Internationally at Familymart

    UPS announced that from August 16 to October 10, customers who ship internationally using UPS’s service at any FamilyMart store will receive a 150 NTD shipping voucher, which can be utilized for their next package delivery.

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  • UPS Expands Alcohol Shipping to Businesses and Consumers Across Asia Pacific

    UPS can now ship wine, beer, and spirits (liquor) to businesses and consumers in 10 destinations across Asia Pacific, comprising China, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, and Macau.

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  • Taiwan Customs Changes for Inbound Shipments

    Effective July 1, 2017, Taiwan's Customs Administration - Ministry of Finance will implement duties and taxes on inbound shipments to Taiwan with value below the de minimis threshold of NTD 3,000.

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  • New Regulation for Import Shipments into Indonesia

    New regulations for import shipments have been implemented at Soekarno-Hatta International Airport, Indonesia on April 27, 2017.

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  • UPS Section II Battery Requirements Changing

    Effective January 1, 2017, UPS will require Section II batteries to be fully regulated.

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  • New Fraudulent Email Circulating

    Fraudulent emails adopt many different forms and are the unauthorized actions of third parties not associated with UPS. There have been a number of fraudulent emails reported, and new spoofs continue to be introduced.

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