Definicja excise duty (IS-OIL-DS-TDP)
A quantity-based tax which must be paid when a dutiable material is moved from a duty-free (bonded) location to a duty-paid (unbonded) location. Also known as excise tax. The excise duty is based on the quantity of material moved.
In IS-Oil, the excise duty relates to petroleum products; but excise duty is a general term.
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