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关于寄往巴西邮件当地海关要求提供收件人税号通知
2019年11月14日


请注意荷邮通知:

 

接获巴西邮政通知,由20191215日起,所有寄往巴西的邮件都需要提供收件人税号。请参考附件万国邮政联盟的文件作参考。如邮件没有提供税号,巴西邮政会自行安排退回或销毁邮件,恕不另行通知。如你或你的客户无法在限期前提供此资料,收件人可自行于巴西邮政网站上登记。 202011日起,必须提供收件人税号。

 

原文:

 

Berne, 7 October 2019

International Bureau Circular 161

Brazil Inclusion of addressee tax

identification information

Dear Sir/Madam,

The designated operator of BRAZIL, Empresa Brasileira de Correios e Telégrafos

(Correios), would like to inform other Union member countries and their designated

operators that Correios is required to submit all items containing goods for customs

control, in accordance with article 20.1 of the Universal Postal Convention. In this

regard, and following a legal determination recently issued by the Brazilian customs

authorities, Correios will be required to provide the importer tax identification number

for addressees as of 1 January 2020.

In Brazil, the tax ID number is known as CPF (format: 000.000.000-00) for natural

persons and CNPJ (format: 00.000.000/0000-00) for legal persons.

In order to mitigate the impacts of this requirement on international postal operations,

Correios has developed an electronic tool which allows importers to provide the tax

ID number in advance, prior to the arrival of the item in Brazil. This electronic tool, is,

however, only intended as a back-up to the capture of the aforementioned information

as requested by the Brazilian customs authorities.

Therefore, Correios kindly requests that, wherever possible, designated operators of

other Union member countries ensure that the tax ID number of the importer is captured

at origin, and include this information in the importer reference field of the

CN 23 customs declaration form. To avoid processing delays, this information may

also be transmitted electronically via ITMATT (UPU EDI Messaging Standard M33),

using the addressee.identification.referencefield.

Notwithstanding the above request, Correios also takes this opportunity to remind

other Union member countries and their designated operators that any wrongly

admitted items will continue to be dealt with in accordance with articles 08-002,

20-001, 19-101 and 19-103 of the Convention Regulations.

Yours faithfully,

Abdel Ilah Bousseta

Director of Postal Operations