Harmonized System Codes • Schedule B • Harmonized Commodity Description

Type Information
HS Code 96019040 (9601.90.40)
Product description Coral, cut but not set, and cameos, suitable for use in jewelry
Bound? 2.1%
Every time a country lowers a trade barrier or opens up a market, it has to do so for the same goods or services from all its trading partners
Quantity unit no units collected (X)
MFN duty rate 2.1%
Every time a country lowers a trade barrier or opens up a market, it has to do so for the same goods or services from all its trading partners.
Special tariff preference programs Free (A,AU,BH,CA,CL,E,IL,J,JO,MA,MX,OM,P,PE,SG)

Detail:

Free :
Generalized System of Preferences (GSP) (duty-free treatment)

Australia Special Rate

Bahrain Special Rate

NAFTA for Canada (duty-free treatment)

Chile Special Rate

Caribbean Basin Initiative (CBI)

Israel Special Rate (duty-free treatment)

Andean Trade Preference Act (ATPA)

Jordan Special Rate

Morocco Special Rate

NAFTA for Mexico

Oman Special Rate

Dominican Republic-Central American Special Rate (DR-CAFTA)

Peru Special Rate

Singapore Special Rate



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