Marble and Granite
General Knowledge of Marbles and Granites
- Marble means a rock which is a metamorphic form of limestone composing mainly of calcium carbonate, regardless of what form it takes and capable of being shaped, cut or carved into any design or pattern.
- Granite means a kind of igneous rock in any form composing mainly of quartz and feldspar and is resistant to acid, strong and durable and capable of being used for construction and decoration.
Product Categories and Properties of Marbles and Granites
|1||Main trademark||Product trademark or logo recognized by the Trade Mark Act B.E. 2534 (1991) modified (second edition) B.E. 2543 (2000).|
|2||Secondary trademark||Product trademark or logo recognized by the Trade Mark Act B.E. 2534 (1991) modified (second edition) B.E. 2543 (2000).|
|3||C.I.F. price||Cost, insurance, and freight price for imported product|
|4||Retail price||Retail price of product|
|5||Suggested retail price||A suggested retail price intended by an industrialist or importer as a sale price for consumers in general. The price does not include VAT or local government tax.|
|6||Import or domestic||Imported product or domestic product|
|7||Imported||Country of product origin|
|8||Exported||Country of product destination|
|9||Material type||Product categorized as marble or granite|
Excise Tax Rate for Marble and Granite
|Categories||List of Particulars||Excise Rates|
|Percentage Per Value||Per Volume(Baht)|
|11.01||Marble and Granite||0|
Excise Tax Rate Search System for Marbles and Granites
Marbles and Granites Excise Tax Rate Search System is a service of the Excise Department, which returns the Excise Tax Rate for the specified product properties and also calculates the estimated excise tax to be paid.
Excise tariff calculation for Marbles and Granites is based on Excise rate per value only.
Excise Tariff per value = (Suggested retail price x Excise rate per value) x 0.01
Mapping with Harmonized System Code for Marbles and Granites
An import/export of boat requires to follow certain procedures as regulated by the Customs Department. Therefore, in order to facilitate a taxpayer to request for an import/export permit or to pay taxes and duties at the Customs Department, the mapping between Excise Tax Code and Customs' Harmonized System Code for Marbles and Granites is available, here.