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#207964 06/13/01 03:59 PM
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The import duty for automobile or SUV is very high - 45 - 60%, whereas for a pickup truck is 15-30% (I haven't been able to make out which.

Is there high import duty on a stove, refrigerator, large screen TV, etc.? We plan to drive down from Brownsville, TX when we move (if we can settle all the stuff with Mexico!)

#207965 06/17/01 02:20 AM
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You might want to take a look at the following website. It answers some of your questions.
http://www.belizereport.com/info/moving2.html

Hope this helps,
**Jim


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#207966 06/18/01 04:29 PM
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Thanks..good info there


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