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Goods that require both import and export permits:  … For further information – see the CITES information  in the CITES section of the Department of Conservation website …

http://www.customs.govt.nz/outprivate/sendingitems/prohibitedexports/Pages/cites.aspx

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obligations under the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES). … CITES is designed to regulate trade in endangered, threatened, or exploited species. It …

http://www.customs.govt.nz/features/prohibited/imports/Pages/endangeredspecies.aspx

may be landed in New Zealand. »» CITES (endangered species items), e.g. clam and conch …

http://www.customs.govt.nz/news/resources/Documents/clearance-procedures-for-yachts-and-pleasure-craft.pdf

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credible websites that list the ingredients and, where required, display a CITES certificate.” … Zealand but must be accompanied by a valid CITES export permit from the country of supply. …

http://www.customs.govt.nz/news/stories/Pages/Customs-seizes-cactus-sports-supplement-23042013.aspx

the International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) on boarde.g. sea shells (clam, queen …

http://www.customs.govt.nz/news/resources/Documents/masters-declaration-full-clearance.pdf

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obligations under the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES). … go to the Department of Conservation website www.doc.govt.nz  or www.cites.org.nz​ …

http://www.customs.govt.nz/outprivate/sendingitems/rules/Pages/endangeredspecies.aspx

​This brochure is to help you with Customs formalities on your arrival to and/or departure from New Zealand. … Coming into NZ (Private) 2Going out of NZ (Private) 2On your departure …

http://www.customs.govt.nz/news/resources/listsandguides/Documents/Advice to Travellers.pdf

​The New Zealand Border Agencies Information Pack for Yachts and Small Craft (Yacht Pack) contains materials designed to assist with New Zealand Customs Service and Ministry for Primary …

http://www.customs.govt.nz/news/resources/listsandguides/Documents/Yacht pack.pdf

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It is illegal to import most foodstuffs. This could be something as simple as a piece of fruit … species or ivory in any form, unless you have a CITES certificate to allow you to do so. …

http://www.customs.govt.nz/inprivate/onyourarrival/quarantine/Pages/thingstobewaryofbringingin.aspx

Import duty is a charge that is applied to the value (usually the price paid) of some imported goods, including those ordered from the internet or overseas mail order catalogue. …

http://www.customs.govt.nz/news/resources/factsheets/Documents/Fact Sheet 28.pdf