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Carnet Countries: What Countries Accept the ATA Carnet?

Last updated on June 19th, 2019

The ATA Carnet can be used in over 100 countries and territories, but each country has its own rules and requirements. While the carnet convention provides standard regulations, each participating country has the right to vary these as they see fit. Some carnet countries have unique time-frames that differ from the standard year to re-export. Some carnet countries require a singular reason for temporary importation. Some countries have special documentation or security amount requirements that accompany the ATA Carnet.

Some specific carnet countries where you need to be aware of the specialized rules and requirements include: China, Mexico, India, and Brazil. The countries and territories that accept the ATA Carnet may change their requirements at any time, so be sure to review the specific information for all the countries that you may be visiting. Roanoke works to keep this page updated with the latest rules and requirements released by all carnet countries.

Please also keep in mind that the list of carnet countries is always growing thanks to the hard work of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) and related organizations focused on the growth of international trade. Fundamentally, the ATA Carnet is a tool to grow international trade, and so more and more countries and their territories are expected to join the carnet convention. We recommend that you bookmark this page so that you are always current on what carnet countries are available to you and the specific requirements of each country.

If you need further assistance please contact your ATA Carnet Help Desk at 1.800.Carnets (1.800.227.6387) or by email at Carnets@RoanokeGroup.com.

If you do not see the country you are looking for on this list, please review the Non-Participating Countries & Territories or call your ATA Carnet Help Desk at 1.800.Carnets (1.800.227.6387) or by email at Carnets@RoanokeGroup.com.

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