It might seem so simple; the way of taxing a product at the moment when it is imported into a country. However, in Aruba this has proven to have a lot more to it than the consumers might think. Considering that the Customs Legislation provides hundreds of classification tariffs for each imported product, this can easily be classified incorrectly. Or what if a product does not qualify under any of the classification tariffs? And of course, are these taxes fair? Let’s get into it.