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Sep 14, 2010 - structure (Tables III.2 and AIII.1) shows that the average rate applied to agricultural products (WTO definition) is higher than that for non-agriculture; that within agriculture, tobacco, beverages and spirits, fruit and vegetables, coffee, tea, cocoa, sugar, etc., bear the highest average tariffs
Jul 26, 2016 - but not less 0,02 EURO / 1 kg 0808 10 Apples, pears and quinces, fresh 0,2 EURO / 1 kg 09 COFFEE, TEA, MAT? AND SPICES 5 Except for: 0901 21 000, 0901 22 000 Coffee, roasted caffeinated or decaffeinated 0 0902 10 000, 0902 30 000 Tea, whether or not flavored in immediate packings of a content
Jul 26, 2016 - and articles of their processing; products of the butter and fat industry; potable water put up in vessels; nonalcoholic, weekly alcoholic and alcoholic drinks; tobacco articles, coffee, tea and spices; food products of leguminous and oleaginous plants; food concentrates, salt; food
Jul 26, 2016 - ; nonalcoholic, weekly alcoholic and alcoholic drinks; tobacco articles, coffee, tea and spices; food products of leguminous and oleaginous plants; food concentrates, salt; food products of apiculture (except for goods, the compliance of which may be confirmed by the declaration on compliance
Jul 26, 2016 - of citrus fruit or melons All the goods under this chapter 09 Coffee, tea, mate and spices All the goods under this chapter 10 Cereals All the goods under this chapter 11 Products of the milling industry; malt; starches; inulin; wheat gluten All the goods under this chapter 12 Oil seeds
Jul 26, 2016 - Colorado potato beetle 45. Liriomyza brassicae Serpentine leafminer 46. Liriomyza bryoniae Miner, tomato leaf 47. Liriomyza sativae Vegetable leaf miner 48. Mononychellus tanajoa Cassava mite 49. Oligonychus coffeae Tea red spider mite 50. Metamasius hemipterus West Indian cane weevil 51
Jul 13, 2016 - or specific, and its rates were as high as 267% in 2016, thereby limiting domestic demand, in spite of the sharp decrease in the rate for alcoholic beverages (liqueurs) from 683% to 50% in order to combat informal trade and smuggling. Tyres, air conditioners, tea and coffee were also withdrawn
Oct 25, 2016 - (7.1%). A breakdown of the rates by HS chapter reveals a general increase in the protection levels to close to 20% for coffee and tea, beverages and tobacco, wood and paper, and textiles and clothing. 11. Overall, the tariff shows a slight positive escalation from raw materials (9%) to semi
Jul 29, 2013 - %), followed by manufacturing (17.8%) and the extractive industries (11.2%). The products with the highest levels of tariff protection are clothing (30%), coffee and tea (28.6% on average), beverages and tobacco (27% on average), and fruit, vegetables and garden produce (26.4% on average). Moreover, a Community integration
May 29, 2018 - , tea, maté, spices, cereals, alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages and tobacco products. On the other hand, the applied MFN tariff, ad valorem on all lines, comprises four rates (zero, 5%, 13% and 20%) with an average rate of 12.1% in 2017 (almost identical to 2010). The highest tariff rate of 20
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