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Q: Will I be forced to pay tax if I bring 2 or more new iphones to China?

7 years 10 weeks ago in  Visa & Legalities - China

 
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Depends on if you remember to declare them. If you plan to resell, I didn't find they were that much more expensive in China.

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Two phones i can understand: I have 2 phones, one for china and one for home

are the phones for your own personal use?

Are you planning to sell them?

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wrap them as to look like a present. write notes on the cards addressing them to different women. and say they are for your mistresses. this is chin, they'll understand . 

 

 

but if you are bringing  in iphone 4s s they will know you are trying to sell them. 

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