Discusses requirements for products entering the country/economy temporarily. Includes information on warranty and non-warranty items shipped for repairs.
The Palestinian Authority (PA) has not yet established specific provisions for temporary entry of goods. It is currently using the Israeli regulation, which in general follows international standards and regulations. Trade samples of negligible or low value (under $1), non-merchandisable samples and printed advertising material are usually exempt. Trade samples with a value up to $100 should have an ATA Carnet if brought into the West Bank and Gaza and Israel. If valued over $100 an import license is required. Duty paid may be redeemed providing the goods are re-exported before the end of six months.