Old- Baneshower
Kathmandu Nepal

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Discover prohibited goods when importing from China to Nepal, including restricted items like alcohol, explosives, firearms, and more. Understand the significance of government permits and licenses for specific products. Gain insights into recent restrictions, such as the ban on plastic bags thinner than 40 microns

Key points covered in this video

  • Identification of banned or restricted products when importing from China to Nepal.
  • Overview of dangerous goods, including alcohol, firearms, explosives, and prohibited communication equipment.
  • Importance of government-approved permits for specific items.
  • Details on restricted items such as bags, precious metals, and gems, and the necessary permits.
  • Recent bans, like the prohibition of plastic bags thinner than 40 microns from August 2023

Frequently Asked Questions

What products are banned from import when dealing with China?

Banned products include hazardous materials like explosives, firearms, alcohol exceeding 60%, and certain wireless communication equipment without government permits.

Are there specific restrictions on hazardous materials like explosives and firearms?

Yes, there are restrictions on hazardous materials, and permits are required for items such as communication equipment.

How can I obtain the required permits for restricted items such as communication equipment?

Permits for restricted items can be obtained through government channels, and compliance with regulations is crucial.

What recent bans or restrictions should importers be aware of?

Importers should be aware of recent bans on plastic bags thinner than 40 microns, and up-to-date information can be found on

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