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Oct 05, 2005 - 66.8 0-150 63.6 0-150 1,182.7 Live animals; animal products 38.5 10-43 97.4 20-180 91.8 20-150 91.8 20-150 40.5 Dairy produce 23.5 15-43 92.1 15-180 95.3 15-150 94.2 0-150 42.2 Coffee, tea, cocoa, sugar, etc. 38.0 15-43 73.1 0-200 72.1 0-150 67.7 0-150 178.5 Cut
Nov 26, 2007 - from zero to 80%, 19 specific duty rates (same as 2003), and 158 alternative duty rates (172 in 2003). Peak ad valorem rates remain unchanged and on a few sensitive items at: 60% (12 lines, tea, dried onions, motorcycles), 65% (1 line, certain sugars in solid form), and 80% (15 lines, motor vehicles
Apr 25, 2003 - WT/TPR/S/xx Trade Policy Review Page i SACU-WTO Members WT/TPR/S/xx Page i World Trade Organization RESTRICTED WT/TPR/S/114 24 March 2003 (03-1629) Trade Policy Review Body TRADE POLICY REVIEW SOUTHERN AFRICAN CUSTOMS UNION Report by the Secretariat This report, prepared for the second Trade Policy Review of the Southern African Customs Union (SACU), has been drawn up by the WTO Secretariat on its own responsibility. The Secretariat has, as required by the Agreement est...
Nov 28, 2011 - to another. In the 2004-08 period, no in-quota imports were reported for garlic, copra, maize for feed, palm oil, coconut oil, or longans; while in-quota imports were well in excess of the minimum tariff quota for tea, soya beans, and soya bean cake. (b) Bound tariffs 29. According to the authorities, Thailand
Apr 03, 2019 - RESTRICTED WT/TPR/S/385 6 February 2019 (19-0660) Page: 1/140 Trade Policy Review Body TRADE POLICY REVIEW REPORT BY THE SECRETARIAT BANGLADESH This report, prepared for the fifth Trade Policy Review of Bangladesh, has been drawn up by the WTO Secretariat on its own responsibility. The Secretariat has, as required by the Agreement establishing the Trade Policy Review Mechanism (Annex 3 of the Marrakesh Agreement Establishing the World Trade Organization), sought cla...
Feb 10, 2009 - for UNCTAD data. + Duty rates are all non-AV. Cut off date: 26/03/2004. Source: WTO - IDB and UNCTAD. Import markets (12) (13) (14) (15) (16) (17) Fruit and vegetables Coffee, tea, maté, cocoa and preparations Sugars and sugar confectionery Spices, cereal and other food preparations Grains
Jun 02, 2001 - fibres 18 CO Coffee, tea, spices and processed agricultural products 56 OA Other agricultural products 53 ALL Total all products 1371 12. Table 2 provides a breakdown of the total number of tariff quotas by Member. As evident from this table, the number of tariff quotas by Member ranges between 2
Jul 26, 2016 - and Ornamental Foliage Chapter 07. Edible Vegetables and Certain Roots and Tubers Chapter 08. Edible Fruit and Nuts; Peel of Citrus Fruits or Melons Chapter 09. Coffee, Tea, Mat?, and Spices
Oct 25, 2016 - 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-finished products (9.6%) and a decidedly positive one towards finished products (12.7%). A more detailed
Nov 21, 2012 - , the value of merchandise imports grew by an average 21.9% per year, amounting to US$9.8 billion in 2011. 18. Tanzania's export structure became more diversified during the review period. The predominant role in foreign exchange earnings shifted from traditional agricultural commodities (e.g. coffee, tobacco, tea
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