Only 20% of eligible paid duties are refunded. Duty drawback is a regulation that allows for the refund of duty paid on imported goods, which are subsequently exported or destroyed. Unused Merchandise and Manufacturing Drawback are two examples of how duty can be recouped. Certain restrictions and specific recordkeeping requirements are involved in the refund process.
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