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Import tax? Write gift on the label. whistle.gif

I'm pretty sure items get taxed before they are even sold by retailers. When I was in GZ last month, the same items that get sold here in the US were actually more expensive in China.
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I would call fake, but then again, I thought the same thing about the korean monitors... We know nothing until someone actually buys one.


Also, if legit, this seller just blatantly broke the Intel NDA. Isn't this really bad for future business, and shouldn't Intel be pretty pissed?
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post #83 of 103
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Last time I checked I didn't pay a single cent in taxes while I lived in China for 12 years.

You would have been paying up to 75% tax on anything imported (yet China likes to scream about protectionism by the west) this is why if you go to the Lufthansa Centre in Beijing and go to the foreign foods you can find a box of cornflakes costing a lot more than 200 cigarettes. Also you should have been paying a flat rate of income tax at 10% (or around that) though employers often take this from foreigners at source so the worker doesn't actually realise (unless you were technically paid outside China... i.e. US company paying from a US account to a US account). Standard domestic taxes on sales (sales tax/VAT) are included in the price and vary hugely on different items pork for example is a luxury product so taxed more heavily than mutton which is seen as a staple. A lot of PC hardware also carries heavy tax.
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You would have been paying up to 75% tax on anything imported (yet China likes to scream about protectionism by the west) this is why if you go to the Lufthansa Centre in Beijing and go to the foreign foods you can find a box of cornflakes costing a lot more than 200 cigarettes. Also you should have been paying a flat rate of income tax at 10% (or around that) though employers often take this from foreigners at source so the worker doesn't actually realise (unless you were technically paid outside China... i.e. US company paying from a US account to a US account). Standard domestic taxes on sales (sales tax/VAT) are included in the price and vary hugely on different items pork for example is a luxury product so taxed more heavily than mutton which is seen as a staple. A lot of PC hardware also carries heavy tax.

Thanks for confirming!
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not so cheap as expected.
    
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I would call fake, but then again, I thought the same thing about the korean monitors... We know nothing until someone actually buys one.


Also, if legit, this seller just blatantly broke the Intel NDA. Isn't this really bad for future business, and shouldn't Intel be pretty pissed?

Apparently no one over there cares. tongue.gif
post #87 of 103
waiting for hardware to hit the US or at least this hemisphere...
not paying for parts half way around the world and expect them to be handle properly through the shipping process.
then with the price for shipping it will probably be more than we I get it here in the US.
then what if it's DOA.?

man it's just not that serious..
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Apparently no one over there cares. tongue.gif
Intel obviously has no problem with pre-orders, because nowhere is guaranteed that you will receive the hardware before the official launch day.

Note: DOA's and other RMA'ed processors can be done in a matter of days, in your own region, but may take longer to process for hardware that is purchased outside your region.
Edited by Pike - 5/11/13 at 2:05am
post #89 of 103
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Originally Posted by WR6133 View Post

You would have been paying up to 75% tax on anything imported (yet China likes to scream about protectionism by the west) this is why if you go to the Lufthansa Centre in Beijing and go to the foreign foods you can find a box of cornflakes costing a lot more than 200 cigarettes. Also you should have been paying a flat rate of income tax at 10% (or around that) though employers often take this from foreigners at source so the worker doesn't actually realise (unless you were technically paid outside China... i.e. US company paying from a US account to a US account). Standard domestic taxes on sales (sales tax/VAT) are included in the price and vary hugely on different items pork for example is a luxury product so taxed more heavily than mutton which is seen as a staple. A lot of PC hardware also carries heavy tax.

I used to work at a firm in the Lufthansa Centre in Liangmaqiao Beijing!

Pretty damn cool!
post #90 of 103
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Also, if legit, this seller just blatantly broke the Intel NDA. Isn't this really bad for future business, and shouldn't Intel be pretty pissed?

NDAs mean nothing in China. There are guys over there so close to the supply chain, if they want to sell a product early, they will. In fact, electronics products always go on sale in China far before they hit the stores in the states - as mentioned, the entire supply chain is in China therefore it sells there first. Just FYI.
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