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duty-free in Tax topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishduty-freeˌduty-ˈfree1 adjective  PETduty-free goods can be brought into a country without paying tax on them duty-free cigarettes the duty-free shopduty-free adverb
Examples from the Corpus
duty-freeWe pick up some cigars and duty-free liquor, then wander through the open-air marketplace.With the exception of brands like Janneau and Sempé, armagnac is rarely seen in duty-free lounges or glitzy cocktail bars.Dennis and the others were propping up the bar, Karen was supposedly selecting duty-free perfume.In-flight magazine, duty-free price list, safety instruction cards.He also abolished duty-free shops, a move expected to earn the government K150,000,000 annually.Following an agreement with the St Lucian government, electronic equipment and chandlery have been granted duty-free status.