Tariff classification 28may2014 1. Welcome to this eManual on Tariff Classification! While tariff commodity classification is a highly technical task, this e Manual attempts to guide the beginner through the classification process. For the advanced user, there are green boxes you can click on to access additional information.
· Section 10(1) of the Customs Tariff directs that "the classification of imported goods under the tariff item shall, unless otherwise provided, be determined in accordance with the General Rules." The General Rules are comprised of six rules governing the classification of goods under the Harmonized System.
Newsletter: Updates Tariff Classifications For 2007: August 4, 2006 . Big changes in tariff numbers are in store for importers and brokers for 2007. While the official tariff for 2007 with these changes has not yet been published, you can get a head start in knowing how these changes are going to effect products you import in 2007.
United Nations Conference on Trade and Development, United Nations Industrial Development ... 4 INTERNATIONAL CLASSIFICATION OF NON TARIFF MEASURES
· An Tariff Classification Number is a 10 digit number that must be provided on import documentation in order to communicate what is the good that is being imported. Theoretically, every type of good is covered by the Tariff Classification Numbers and each good can be matched with a number.
Tariff Classification and Management Solutions for Imports (HTS) and Exports (Schedule B) The Harmonized Tariff Schedule for the classification of goods is a major determinant of customs duties and taxes—and a regulatory requirement on both import (HTS) and export (Schedule B) documentation.