New answers tagged hong-kong
No, it's not possible. Macau, while a part of China, is outside the Chinese visa area; if he leaves Zhuhai for Macau, his single-entry visa will be used up. See this similar question: Would China to Taiwan and back again count as another entry into China? His options are to a) get a Chinese double or multiple-entry visa, or b) return directly from Macau ...
There is no limit on buying duty free items, but there are limits on how much you can bring in duty free when you come home to the UK. As far as Hong Kong is concerned you can buy as much as you please. The limits on importing items into the UK will be per person, so you and your girlfriend each get an allotted amount and if you exceed that amount then ...
Let's take the questions one by one, but you may want to skip to my answer to question 5. You can confirm for yourself here -- if you are an Indian citizen and none of the other restrictions on that page apply then you can gain visa-free entry for up to 14 days (for a visit only, i.e. not to work, etc). You should always check that this advice is still ...
Reading through the actual CBEC documentation (trigger warning: PDF), it looks like you could be liable for 12%, though there doesn't appear to be a specific tariff listed for computers or consoles (that I can find). Non-electrical toys (chapter 95) also seem to be taxed evenly at 12%.
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