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Aruba Accepts Carnets


June 29, 2007

United States Council for International Business announced on June 29, 2007 that Aruba, (part of the Kingdom of The Netherlands), would begin accepting ATA Carnets as a means of temporary importation, though they are not formally part of the ATA Carnet system.

By obtaining a Carnet importers will avoid the posting of 3% duty otherwise payable at the time of import.  Aruba Customs encourage the use of Carnets, particularly for jewelry.

Aruba has given the United States Council for International Business no indication that they won't accept carnets under all the conventions.  As a precautionary note, boomerang carnets® does not guarantee the acceptance of carnets by Aruba Customs.

Please contact Curt Wilson at the boomerang carnets® Carnet HelpLine®, (800) ATA-2900 / (800) 282-2900, for additional information if you are planning to use a carnet for travel to Aruba.

If you experience any problems or have questions about this situation please contact the boomerang carnets® Carnet HelpLine®  at (800) ATA-2900 / (800) 282-2900 or e-mail us.

To contact Aruba Customs directly dial 011.297.582.4687.

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