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Travellers no longer required to declare goods with value below $10,000 when entering Peru

On Monday, the Ministry of Finance announced that it will make four amendments to the Special Customs Regime and Household Goods Act 2013, which means that travellers entering the country with less than $10,000 (USD) will no long be required to file affidavits of declaration.
The modification of the act will take effect in 90 days, with INDECOPI stating that travellers will be informed of the changes related to goods. 
Travellers will still need to declare goods with a value of $10,000 (USD) or more, and failure to do so will result them being seized by customs. Seized goods will be returned to travellers within 30 working days if a tax debt is paid - Whether seized goods are returned to travellers or not will depend on their type.