This page offers some of the frequently asked questions regarding FBA Export.
A: No additional costs will apply when your FBA products are exported to New Zealand.
A: No. Your FBA products will only be listed for sale on the Amazon marketplace for which you registered the FBA products.
The price that you specify for your FBA products, as displayed in the price to the customer, must include all Australian taxes including GST, where applicable. Amazon will adjust the final price payable by the customer to include all taxes including New Zealand GST and customs duties where applicable, for the destination country (New Zealand).
If you are a non-NZ resident FBA seller, Amazon is responsible for the calculation, collection, and remittance of New Zealand GST on the sale and shipment of goods valued at NZD 1,000 or less. For goods valued greater than NZD $1,000, an estimate of the import fees ("Import Fees Deposit") will be levied and used by the carrier or another agent to pay the import fees on your behalf (or the recipient's behalf) to the appropriate authorities of the destination. The payment of import fees is the responsibility of the importer and is levied based on the laws of the destination to which the products are being shipped.
If you are a NZ resident seller, you are solely responsible for the calculation, invoicing, reporting, and payment of all duties, taxes, or other deductions. Consult your lawyer or your tax adviser.