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Export is defined as carrying out domestic goods to a foreign country and those who wish to export goods must check Foreign Trade Act and relevant legislations in advance. They also need to check if there are any constraints in the methods of payment with Foreign Exchange Transaction Act and relevant legislations. Those who want to export goods are required tosubmit an export declaration to customs director in the region that goods are held and it must be accepted.

Although exporting goods are exempted from an inspection, there could be an exceptionsand inspection will be performed with selected samples. In cases of illegal actionssuch as violation of C/O mark or intellectual property rights, those who violate such codes will be punished in accordance with the Customs Act and relevant legislations. Caution is required to prevent violations to occur in accidents.


Export is defined as a process from the reporting of exporting goods to the Customs, getting a certificate of acceptance, and loading goods to a vessel (aircraft) traveling to overseas.

  1. Export Declaration
  2. C/S system (Selection system of goods subject to crime)
  3. goods inspection (inspection before acceptance)
  4. Auto acceptance
  5. Document Review
  6. Transport
  7. goods inspection (inspection of loaded ship)
  8. loading a ship (aircraft)

Flow chart of export customs clearance

  1. Enter into an export contract
  2. arrival of the letter of credit
  3. securing of export goods
  4. transport to a port of embarkation
  5. loading
  6. departure
Confirm loading schedule
export declaration is possible (within 30 days)