Uruguay Customs Data

Basic profile of Uruguay Uruguay is located in the southeast of South America. It mainly exports commodities (fresh) frozen beef, beans, wheat and mixed wheat, milk and cream, plastic packaging and transportation supplies and other products. The main imported products are automobiles, auto parts and telephones. The main export destinations are Brazil, China, Argentina and Venezuela; the main import sources are China, Argentina, Brazil and the United States. Among them, China is Uruguay's largest trading partner and the largest importer of wool. It mainly exports computer and communication technology products, motorcycles, DVDs and air conditioners, and mainly imports wool, soybeans, pulp, leather and other commodities. The Uruguayan customs data of the Foreign Trade State is the first-hand data of customs clearance and customs declaration of the local customs. It provides online query and is updated once a month. Uruguay data description Uruguay customs data records in detail each maritime transaction record of all trading companies in the country and the world, including import data and export data. The Uruguay customs data of the Foreign Trade State has been updated since 2007 and has been updated to date, providing 16.68 million records of import and export transactions, including 26668 buyers and 10047 suppliers. Uruguay ’s customs data is updated every month. (The latest update time, see data update table) import data export data 1. Each order has an 8-digit HS code used for local customs declaration in Uruguay, accompanied by a detailed HS code description. 2. Provide a detailed description of the goods in Spanish. 3. Due to Uruguay ’s local customs policies and other reasons, import data only provides buyer information and no supplier information; export data only provides supplier information and no buyer information. 4. The import and export data all contain the quantity and price information of the traded goods, including the quantity and weight of the goods and the CIF amount and FOB amount of the transaction. The transaction currency is the United States dollar (USD). In addition, the import data also provides tax information such as freight and insurance. 5. Display detailed shipping information, including country of origin, destination country, customs zone, as well as shipping information such as transportation companies and modes of transportation.

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