Jamaica - Country Commercial Guide
Import Tariffs
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Jamaica Customs Agency is one of the major revenue-generating entities of the Jamaican government, accounting for almost 40 percent of taxes. Still, the government has committed to gradually reducing duties, some as high as 180 percent compounded. As a CARICOM member state, Jamaica can apply a Common External Tariff (CET) to imports from countries outside CARICOM. The CET typically ranges between 10 - 20 percent.

To look up duties and tariffs use, use the Customs Info Database tariff look-up tool, available on trade.gov (free registration required), to estimate duties and taxes.