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Biashara Uturuki

Discussion in 'Biashara, Uchumi na Ujasiriamali' started by Sina pa kwenda, Jun 16, 2011.

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    Sina pa kwenda Senior Member

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    Habari zenu wana jamvini, mie naomba kuuliza watu wengi siku hizi wanasema Uturuki kuna vitu vizuri kwa ajili ya biashara yaan kununua na kupeleka sehemu kwa ajili ya kuuza, hivyo nilitaka kujua kama ni kweli suala hilo ni kweli ili na mie niweze kujiingiza uko kwa business. nijue na hapa kwetu kuna ubalozi wa uturuki, na kujua rates zake za fare na n.k

    CHASHA FARMING Verified User

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    Ni kweli but kufanya biashara na uturuki lazima uwe umejipanga. huwezi enda kichwa kichwa tu kama unaenda mkoa fulani.kwa kifupi kuna mlolongo wa mambo mengi sana.
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    Rocket Senior Member

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    Tupe angalau some few details bac tupate mwanga
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    Sina pa kwenda Senior Member

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    Thanx kwa msaada ila nilitaka kujua hiyo milolongo ndugu yangu nataka nianze hiyo kitu so sijui chochote kuhusu hiyo nchi

    CHASHA FARMING Verified User

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    Ni kwamba C jajua ni Biashara ya Aina gani unataka kufanya na Uturuki. je ni ku export? au je ni kuimport?
    Kma ni ku export kuna procedure zake na kama ni ku import kuna procedure zake.

    Cheki some mlolongo wa kufanya biashara nje ya nchi.
    EXPORT PROCEDURES Business licence Exporters are required to obtain a valid trading/business licence from the city/town council where the business will be conducted. Export licence/permit Some products require specific licence/permit from the Government departments/institutions or a controlling body legally empowered to do so, exporters therefore have to contact the following:
      • Forest department for Forestry products
      • Fisheries department for Fisheries products
      • Wildlife department for Wildlife products
      • Mining department for Minerals/Gemstone products
      • Marketing Boards for Coffee, Tobacco, Cotton, Sisalfibre, Raw Tea, and Raw Pyrethrum.
      • Ministry of Agriculture for Food (staple) products.
    Documentation: Once an exporter has obtained an order from a buyer abroad and an agreement has been reached to export goods to the buyer and mode of shipment determined the following steps are necessary: Shipment by air
    1. The exporter applies for an export licence/permit for the export product if it falls under the above mentioned product groups otherwise other products call no licence.

    2. After confirmation of cargo space an airway bill is prepared by the carrier or its agent on presentation of the following:
      • A commercial invoice
      • An export licence/permit (if required)
      • Technical documents (if required) on health, quality, weight, certificate of origin etc
    3. Process a Single Bill of Entry (SBE) by attaching all the above documents at the customs long room. A customs release/approval is obtained.
    4. Goods are taken to the Airport for airfreighting vide the cleared documents by customs
    Shipment by sea
    1. Apply/obtain a licence/permit (if required).
    2. Apply/obtain technical documents for your product
    3. Apply for shipping space to an agent/shipping company
    4. Then obtain a single bill of entry from customs, complete it and then attach all the previous or required documents for processing the SBE at the long room.
    5. A shipping co/agent will finally prepare a bill of lading after accomplishing customs verification/approval, port charges and procedures, cargo loading (FOB).
    IMPORT PROCEDURES Business licence An importer is required to have a valid business licence in order to conduct any business; such a licence is obtained from the city/town council. Import Permit An importer has to obtain Import Declaration Form (IDF) from her Bankers. This serves like an import licence. This form is sold at US $ 10. Some products require special clearance/approval from relevant authority for certain sensitive products e.g. drugs, firearms, etc. Therefore an importer has to ensure that such permissions are obtained. Import documentation/processing As a first step an importer receives from a supplier an invoice and bill of lading. Then the following movements;a) Produce copy of an import declaration form. Other requirements: - Payment of 1.2% of FOB value must be paid to pre-shipment Inspection Company for goods worth US $ 5,000 and above. There are some exceptions for some goods e.g. gold, art, military equipment, and personal effects. b) Securing important documents/process;
    1. Obtain a Tax Assessment Notice (TAN) from PSI companies/ Customs office
    2. Pay assessed fees at a commercial bank as per TAN
    3. Obtain bill of lading from a shipping agent (if not yet obtained)
    4. Obtain Delivery and Disposal Order (D&DO) from Tanzania Harbours Authority
    5. Obtain acknowledgement from customs that all necessary documents have been lodged
    6. Checking by customs officials on documents, import declaration forms, bill of lading, commercial invoice, CRF, TAN, pay-in-slip, ocean freight certificate, parking list, disposal order of Tanzania Harbours Authority (THA)
    c) Obtain assessment of charges from TPA, customs Wharfage, storage and handling fees. Make payments. Release of goods
    • Customs officers will physically inspect goods and then issue a Release Order.
    • The importer takes the Release Order to THA where a gate pass is issued for taking out the goods.
    CUSTOMS NOTICE ON NEW PROCEDURES FOR PAYMENT OF DUTY AND TAXES ON PSI CONSIGNMENTS As from 1[SUP]st[/SUP] November 2000, payment of duty and taxes on PSI consignments shall be made according to the following procedures:
    1. On receiving a request for an SBE from the importer, the Inspection Agent (IA) shall give three copies of the SBE printed on non-security paper. For ease of identity this printout shall be stamped "Tax Assessment Notice" (TAN).
    2. The importer shall go to the relevant bank and pay the assessed duties and taxes.
    3. The bank shall stamp the three copies of TAN and give one copy back to the importer along with a receipt of payment.
    4. The importer shall return to IA and present the stamped copy and the bank receipt.
    5. The IA shall keep the stamped copy and a copy of the receipt for their record and issue to the importer an SBE printed on security paper.
    6. The importer shall use the SBE printed on security paper for clearance of good as usual.
    7. Twice a day the IA shall collect one of the copies retained by the bank for bank reconciliation.
    8. The IA shall issue two daily reports to the Tanzania Revenue Authority (TRA), one with the list of TANs issued to importers and one with a list of paid up SBEs
    9. Once weekly the IA shall issue to the TRA a report with a list of TANs for which no payment has been made.