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List of articles free of duty and tariff or rates of duties from and after the 30th June, 1824, on all goods, wares and merchandise imported into the United States of America; established by acts of Congress of 27th April, 1816, 20th April, 1818, 3d March, 1819, and 22nd May, 1824, on importations by American vessels or vessels entitled to the benefits of the convention with foreign powers, to which is added, an appendix containing several important revenue laws, and useful commercial tables and other information, with notes and references by John H. Barnes

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Published by Printed for the Proprietor, by John Bioren in Philadelphia .
Written in English

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Statementcollated and compiled by John H. Barnes
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Pagination99, lxxi p. ;
Number of Pages99
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Open LibraryOL24655446M

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Duty rates for goods from most countries are listed in Column 1, General sub column of the Harmonized Tariff Schedule (HTS). Countries whose goods qualify for these rates are considered countries with which the U.S. has "Normal Trade Relations"(NTR). Specific duties are best applied for protectionist purposes, since their size varies inversely with the prices of imports. For example, an import taxed at $5 per ton, and costing $ per ton, may have an effective duty of 5%. However, if its price drops to $80 per ton—a threat to domestic producers—the effective duty may rise to more than 6%. Tariff Rates. Duty rates, (also referred to as import duties, customs duty, tariff, import tax, and import tariff,) are taxes collected on imports to the United States. This can also apply in reverse, whereby a duty is applied by a foreign country on an export from the United States. Duty rates or . Tariff Description Import duty Current rate Revised rate Poly vinyl alcohol 10% 0% Other paper or paper board 25% 10% • A split of the tariff for other motorboats to provide for a reduced 0% import duty rate for a motor boat ambulance under File Size: KB.

3. Rates of Duty. The rates of duty in the "Rates of Duty" columns designated 1 ("General" and "Special") and 2 of the tariff schedule apply t o goods imported into the customs territory of the United States as hereinafter provided in this note: (a) Rate of Duty Column 1. AVG Simple average of final bound duties excluding unbound tariff lines Duty-free Share of duty-free HS six-digit subheadings in the total number of subheadings in the product group. Partially duty-free subheadings are taken into account on a pro rata basis. Max Highest ad valorem duty or calculated AVE within the product group Final bound duties. The first step in determining duty rates (also referred as tariffs) is to identify the HS Code or Schedule B number for your product(s). Once you know your product’s Schedule B or HS number (the first six digits of the 10 digit Schedule B number), you can determine the applicable tariff and tax rates . This page contains the chapter-by-chapter listing of the Harmonized Tariff Schedule and general notes. The links below correspond to the various sections in the Table of Contents for the Harmonized Tariff Schedule. Clicking on a link will load the corresponding .

Prior to the tariff increases, these products were imported duty- free. Duties on automotive components such as engine and transmission parts, brakes, suspensions, gear boxes, and airbags increased to 15 percent from percent in the case of some products and from 10 percent in the case of others. The Harmonized Tariff System (HTS) provides duty rates for virtually every item that exists. The HTS is a reference manual that is the size of an unabridged s spend years learning how to properly classify an item in order to determine its correct duty rate. For instance, you might want to know the rate of duty of a wool suit. A classification specialist will. The Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the United States (HTS) was enacted by Congress and made effective on January 1, , replacing the former Tariff Schedules of the United States. The HTS comprises a hierarchical structure for describing all goods in trade for duty, quota, and statistical purposes. This structure is based upon the. In Belize, customs duties are applied according to the rates set out in the Customs Tariff and Trade Classification. The two main duties applied to imported goods and products are the Import Duty and Revenue Replacement Duty (RRD). Import Duties range between 0 and 45 % with the average rate applied to commodities at 20%.