ZATCA confirms Liquor will not be Sold at Duty-free Shops in KSA

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Riyadh January 16, 2023:

Saudi Arabia’s Zakat, Tax, and Customs Authority (ZATCA) has confirmed that liquor will not be sold at the newly established duty-free markets in the Kingdom’s entry ports.

According to the rules for establishing duty-free markets, only goods and products that are permitted to be traded in the Kingdom will be allowed at the duty-free markets, ZATCA said.

The authority has set the customs rules, requirements and procedures for establishing duty-free markets at air, sea and land ports, in accordance with the unified customs law for the GCC countries, which includes the conditions related to the operation of duty-free markets. The authority stressed that the decision will contribute to supporting supply chains and improving logistical services provided to duty-free markets by providing a wide range of goods and products for travel shopping.

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