The admission tax and duties table applicable to imported goods include the Customs Duty (DD in French), the statistical charge (RS in French), and the Community Solidarity Tax (PCS in French) which is a resource that belong to the Union, with the following rates:

- Category

- Customs Duties (DD)

- Statistical Charge (RS)

- Community Solidarity Tax (PCS)

CategoryCustoms Duties (DD)Statistical Charge (RS)Community Solidarity Tax  (PCS)

Notice :

- The basis of taxes and duties that appear in the table above is based on the CIF value;

- To those taxes and duties is added the VAT à the unique rate of 18% (for Senegal), except for the products that are free of those taxes and duties;

- The statistical charge is collected on third countries imported products released for consumption, including those exempted from customs duties, except for the goods imported as part of diplomatic duty-free and those bought from provided investments of foreign partners provided they have an explicit exemption clause;


- The ECOWAS collection of 0,5% on the CIF value is also due when third countries imported products are released for consumption. 


GAINDE or the automatic management of customs information is a strategic platform of Senegalese customs, centered on the management of customs’ clearance. "GAINDE Integral" improves considerably the way of managing procedures. Thus people move from less paper topaperless or electronic processing,known as the dematerialization. This technological revolution in the customs’ Administration aims at great feats and better service for the public.


The ORBUS 2000 system is developed to make easier procedures of international trade by using electronic communication or exchanges. This allows interconnecting different stakeholders evolving in the international trade. The system is also based on technological infrastructure and a device of services.

The electronic payment of customs’ duties and assimilated taxes consists of giving to the economic operatorthe ability to pay the amount of customs’ duties from one’s work station, by charging an account opened in a commercial bank.