The majority of goods imported into the customs territory of the Union are subject to an ad valorem, rather than a specific duty. While the rate of customs duty payable is determined by the tariff heading under which the goods are classified and, consequently, by the commodity code given, the actual amount on which duty is payable is determined by the value placed on goods as importation.

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