Discusses requirements for products entering the country/economy temporarily. Including information on warranty and non-warranty items entering the country/economy for repair.
  • Products can be imported into Bulgaria on a temporary basis as long as they are not prohibited by law
  • Trade show samples and products are allowed; Bulgaria is party to the Customs Convention on Carnet (ATA) for Temporary Import of Goods
  • Commodities intended for re-export, that are not subject to any change in their characteristic, may be totally or partially exempt from customs duties
  • In practice, customs require a deposit equivalent to the assessed duties or a bank guarantee during the temporary import period
  • Warranties on U.S.-made products are required by the end-users. EU-based repair locations/options must be provided

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