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That isnot true for the Netherlands.

at import, there is 6% VAT, and that is over the bookprice, including the costs of transport.

 

Jan

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Sorry about that, Jan. My lack of knowledge. I thought that it was because we were in the EU that there were no customs charges on books.

 

Tony

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On 6/6/2017 at 11:06 AM, tkay11 said:

There are no taxes on the books into the EU or UK at the moment (while the UK is still in the EU). It's just the shipping that's expensive. I asked one of my relatives to bring the books over with him from the USA when he was visiting. If you're visiting or based in London you can PM me and you could visit to see the books in my home.

 

Tony

Thanks mate.

But I'm finally Decide going to order it from the United States. I know that it will be a little more expensive. But losing a few extra pounds not  will be end of the world:)

In any case once again Thank you. 

 

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