# How to calculate CUSTOMdutycharges?

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Assume - Ex Rate = 50 INR in 1 usd. Total inv value is 30000 usd. Freight charges is Rs 1000 usd. Insurance-1.125 % on inv value. So formula is- total usd= (inv value + freight + insurance). Now, Total Inr= total Usd * ex rate. Lading charges = 1% of
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