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1 COMMISSION OF THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES PRACTICAL GUIDE TO THE USE OF THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES' SCHEME OF GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES 1986

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3 COMMISSION OF THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES Practical Guide to the Use of the European Communities' Scheme of Generalized Tariff Preferences 1986

4 This publication is also available in the following languages: ES ISBN FR ISBN Cataloguing data can be found at the end of this publication Luxembourg: Office for Official Publications of the European Communities, 1986 ISBN Catalogue : CN EN-C Reproduction in whole or in part of the contents of this publication is authorized, provided the source is acknowledged Printed in Belgium

5 The 1986 edition of the Practical Guide to the Use of the European Communities' Scheme of Generalized Tariff Preferences is available in English, French and Spanish. It is available from the sales offices for official publications of the European Communities indicated on the back cover of this volume. For any other details or further information, apply to Commission of the European Communities, Directorate-General for External Relations Service I F 3 Rue de la Loi Brussels Telephone Manuscript finished in February 1986

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7 CONTENTS Page Foreword 7 Explanatory notes for the rules of origin applicable to the Community's generalized system of preferences 12 Beneficiaries of the Community's generalized tariff preferences scheme for Terminology 52 Symbols and abbreviations 54 The Community's generalized tariff preferences scheme for Useful addresses 367

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9 FOREWORD The generalized system of preferences (GSP) should be seen against the background of an international effort, beginning with the launching of the First United Nations Development Decade in 1961, to encourage greater cooperation among the industrialized countries to promote the development of the poorest countries. What it did, in fact, was to call into question, for the benefit of the developing countries, the rules of international trade enshrined in the General Agreement. In June 1971 the GATT accorded a 10- year waiver on most-favoured-nation treatment, thus giving the goahead for the system, which has the effect of exempting from customs charges the industrialized countries' imports of products originating in the developing countries, without reciprocity on the part of the latter. On 1 July 1971 the Community introduced, for a sixmonth period, its first GSP scheme, which was subsequently renewed each calendar year. It was intended for member countries of the Group of 77 (self-elected) and for Member States' or third countries' dependent territories. Applications from other developing countries to join the Community's scheme are examined on their merits; Romania and China were included in the list of beneficiaries in 1974 and 1980 respectively. In March 1975, just over two years after its enlargement to nine Member States, a Council resolution announced the Community's decision to extend its scheme beyond the initial decade. The Legal Framework Group decided in the Tokyo Round multilateral trade negotiations that the generalized preferences system could be extended without the need for a further waiver. In December 1980, the Council extended the application of the generalized preferences system for a further period of 10 years, coinciding with the development strategy framed by the United Nations for : there was provision for a five-year review in The new system put into effect by the Community (by then including Greece) in 1981 is, like the first, autonomous, and thus as open as possible and able to be applied flexibly. As before, it contains differentiated arrangements for agricultural, textile and industrial products; product coverage, the conditions governing eligibility, the principle of duty-free admission and the system of ceilings for industrial products (including ECSC and textile products) have also been maintained. In practice the main feature is the extension to all industrial products of the system of individually allocated and differentiated preferential entitlement, introduced in 1980 for textile products covered by the Multifibre Arrangement. 1. Agricultural products Depending on the sensitivity of the product the preferential margin can consist of a cut of varying depth in the customs duty, or even total duty-free entry (there are 95 such products in 1986; the variable component may be levied where necessary on seven of them). Imports under the preferential arrangements are admitted without any restrictions as to volume. However, a safeguard clause modelled on Article XIX of the GATT enables duties to be reintroduced in part or in full if goods are imported under the preferential arrangements in such quantities or at such prices as to cause or threaten serious injury to Community producers of like or directly competitive products. This clause is selective, i.e. it may be applied solely in respect of the country or countries causing the injury, which gives the safeguard mechanism some flexibility and prevents the other beneficiary countries from being harmed. It has never been invoked.

10 The of products ' in respect of which tariff preference is enjoyed by all beneficiary countries has risen from 5 in 1971 to 353 now. In some cases the extension of cover arose from specific undertakings given by the Community to developing countries, such as the Joint Declaration of Intent on the Asian Commonwealth countries, which was adopted in the final stage of the negotiations with the United Kingdom and annexed to the Treaty of Accession. Some preferential imports were added to the agricultural scheme subject to quantitative limitations: cocoa butter, soluble coffee, preserved pineapple other than in slices and flue cured Virginia tobacco in 1974, other types of preserved pineapple and other raw or manufactured tobaccos in 1977 (the last category subject to a ceiling until 1985, the others subject to quota). The quota for cocoa butter has been abolished in 1986, and the preferential allowance for tobacco (other than Virginia flue cured) substantially increased; however, the ceiling has been replaced by a quota. Five new products have been added to this list in 1986 : offal of horses, asses and mules, offal of bovine animals (other than liver), trout, asparagus, clémentines, and other citrus hybrids (the last three on a seasonal basis), dried pears and dried bovine plasma: these products come under CCT headings Nos Β II a) and b) 2, A I a), ex K, Β ex I, Β ex II, ex D and G I a) ex 1. Since 1979 the least developed countries have enjoyed special concessions described more fully at point 4 (d). For finished and semi finished industrial products the Community scheme has from the outset been based on three features : ceilings, duty free entry and the principle that no products are excepted. In 1981 individual, differentiated concessions were introduced in order to take account of changing patterns of trade and the circumstances of particular beneficiaries. Now that preferential limits no longer apply on a global basis, and tighter quotas have been imposed on highly competitive countries in sectors where they have shown their competitive strength, the countries which really do need preferences to get a foothold in the market can make better use of the available opportunities. Products are classified in two categories, to which different administrative rules apply, but in every case each beneficiary has an individual preferential amount. Firstly, in the case of sensitive products, which are listed in Annex I to the opening preferences where a beneficiary country proves to be particularly competitive for a given product, GSP imports from that country are administered by quota, while the individual amounts opened for the other countries are administered by ceiling. If no beneficiary is outstandingly competitive GSP imports from all beneficiary countries are administered under a system of individual ceilings. As a result each beneficiary knows that it has access to the preferential facilities irrespective of the performance of other countries. 2. Industrial products In accordance with Resolution 21 (II) of the second Unctad Conference, primary industrial products are not covered by the Community scheme. The fact that the Community has excluded these products has only a very limited impact since almost all industrial raw materials already enter the Community duty free. By 'products' is meant the different tariff entries distinguished in the GSP. Dried cut flowers (06.03 ex B), for instance, bearing a GSP duty of 7%, and other cut flowers (06.03 ex B), bearing a GSP duty of 15%, are considered as two different products. Some CCT subheadings are grouped together under a single GSP entry where the preferential duty is the same. The five agricultural quotas count as five products (though in fact they correspond to nine CCT tariff entries). The five year review carried out in 1986 coincides with the entry of Spain and Portugal to the Community. Preferential limits have been revised upwards or downwards to reflect consumption or import trends, the differentiation factor has been increased, with some quotas for highly competitive countries such as Brazil, South Korea. Hong Kong and Singapore down by half from their 1985 levels. To take account of Spanish and Portuguese membership, the updated preferential limits have been increased by 9.5% across the board, and the quota share formula has been adjusted (see final column of the table on page 52). When limits are reached, duties are reintroduced by the Member State concerned, in the case of quotas, and by the Commission for the whole Community in the case of ceilings.

11 Secondly, there are non-sensitive products, which are listed in Annex II to the opening preferences. In the case of these products duties may likewise be reintroduced by the Commission, at the request of a Member State, but only after an information procedure designed to make the mechanism more flexible. For these products the reference basis for reintroduction of the normal duty is set at 190% of the maximum country amount ('butoir') for 1980: ' this represents a 15.15% increase from 1985 and reflects the enlargement of the Community. For four productsex (musc-xylene), ex (antibiotics excluding chloramphenicol and tetracyclines), ex (certain high polymers) and Β ex II (certain static converters) the reference basis is at a lower level (see pp. 116, and 253 respectively) specified in Annex II to (EEC) No 3599/85. ESCS products are administered in the same way, with individual quotas (though minus the reserve quota share), individual ceilings and reference bases. In view of the sensitivity of this sector, there has been no increase in the preferential levels for 1986; Member States' shares have simply been adjusted within overall quotas to take account of the entry of Spain and Portugal. The least-developed countries enjoy more generous concessions on all industrial products, including ECSC products (see 4 (d)). 3. Textile products Textile products falling within Chapters 50 to 63 of the CCT are subject to the same general arrangements as other industrial products (duty-free entry, non-exclusion, ceilings). However, in the case of two categories products covered by the Arrangement regarding International Trade in Textiles (MFA), and jute and coir products special conditions apply because of the particular sensitivity of the sector and the arrangements governing international trade. 1 It represents 50% of Community imports of the product from GSP beneficiaries in 1977 plus 5% of imports from other non-community sources. The textile scheme was radically overhauled in 1980 with regard to MFA products, in respect of which preferences are reserved for the developing country beneficiaries of the general scheme which have concluded bilateral agreements with the Community on trade in textile products (or entered into undertakings similar to those provided for in the agreements). Depending on its level of development, measured in terms of GNP, and of competitiveness, measured in terms of textile exports, each beneficiary was reserved an individual amount of duty-free imports for each category based in 1980 on its exports to the Community in 1977 (the categories are those used for the bilateral agreements). At the same time, a flat-rate offer on each category was made to the beneficiary countries for which a specific individual ceiling could not be calculated because their exports were zero or negligible in This minimum offer corresponded to a percentage of the Community's total extra-eec imports, varying according to the sensitivity of the groups of textile categories defined under the bilateral agreements. Sensitive products were placed under ceilings allocated among the Member States (without reserve shares) and the other products under non-allocated ceilings. Non-MFA products had remained subject to global preferential ceilings (plus a butoir) established according to the Community's imports in 1977; in the case of ceilings allocated among the Member States, the same rules apply as for MFA products. In 1981, all the preferential amounts were increased by 2% in order to take account of the impact of Greece's accession to the Community, and for 1982 the scheme was maintained as it stood. For 1983 various amendments were made to the textile scheme in accordance with the line followed in the negotiations for the renewal of the bilateral agreements under the MFA : reduction to 3 in the of groups, merger of categories, non-allocation of ceilings relating to the minimal offer, which were recalculated on the basis of 1980 imports, special treatment applied to 5 'dominant' or State-trading countries i.e. China, Hong Kong, South Korea, Macao and Romania. In addition as far as non-mfa products were concerned, the system of global ceilings with butoirs has been completely abolished and replaced by individual ceilings allocated

12 among Member States in the case of competitive supplying countries. Since 1984 increases phased over three years have been applied to the ceilings for all but the five beneficiaries just mentioned, on the basis of their exports to the Community in 1981; the rate of increase has therefore varied depending on the country and product concerned. The administration of a of individual ceilings has also been made more flexible. To take account of enlargement, ceilings have been increased by an additional 1.42% in The arrangements for non-mfa products remain virtually unchanged since 1983; in 1986, ceilings have been increased by 3.19% as a result of enlargement. Jute and coir products are not subject to ceilings, but the granting of preferences has been from the beginning conditional on special measures (voluntary restraint agreements or similar undertakings) negotiated with the exporting developing countries. All these agreements lapsed at the end of 1983 but duty-free entry has been maintained for all these countries which previously enjoyed it: India, Sri Lanka and Thailand and the least-developed countries for all these products or for certain of the products as far as the first three countries are concerned. 4. The beneficiaries (a) There are 128 countries on the general list of beneficiaries. Sixty-six of those countries already enjoy preferential trade arrangements under the Lomé Convention, and a further nine do so by virtue of bilateral agreements with the Community. Some of the dependent countries and territories enjoy the same trade arrangements as the ACP States themselves. (b) China and Romania are eligible for the GSP under special arrangements, which means that they are not granted preference on all products. (c) Argentina, Chile and Costa Rica join the beneficiaries for MFA products, having in 1985 (like Bolivia and Ecuador in 1982 and Honduras in 1983) given undertakings similar to those provided in the bilateral agreements on trade in textile products con- eluded with the Community under the Multifibre Arrangement. On 1 January 1986, 25 countries or territories had met the conditions required for the granting of preference on MFA products: Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, China, Costa Rica, Colombia, Ecuador, Guatemala, Honduras, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Macao, Malaysia, Mexico, Pakistan, Peru, Philippines, Romania, Singapore, South Korea, Sri Lanka, Thailand and Uruguay. (d) For GSP purposes the Community recognizes a list of 38 leastdeveloped countries. Of these 29 are ACP countries which already enjoy preferential treatment under the Lomé Convention, so that the special rules introduced by the Community since 1977 apply essentially to Afghanistan, Bangladesh. Bhutan, Haiti, Laos, Maldives, Nepal, North Yemen and South Yemen. Since 1979, the least-developed countries have enjoyed full dutyfree entry for all agricultural products covered by the scheme including all tobacco falling within tariff heading No 24.01, other than tobacco refuse, though quantitative limits apply to some types of unmanufactured tobacco; this means that when normal customs duties are reintroduced for tobacco they apply to the least-developed countries as well, whereas in the case of other products subject to quota, such as soluble coffee or pineapples, least-developed countries continue to have duty-free access for the whole years. Since 1980 a of products have been included in the scheme for the benefit of the least-developed countries alonethere were such products in The list was greatly extended in 1983, and now least-developed countries enjoy practically the same concessions as ACP States on all agricultural products not subject to levies or similar charges. The of products in the scheme of benefit to least-developed countries has doubled; certain kinds of fruit juice were added in 1984, 1985 and A full list of these products is given on page 285. ' 1 As a result of internal problems the Community offer on dried grapes has been suspended since

13 The least-developed countries enjoy duty-free access for their exports of industrial products (including ECSC products) and textiles without any quantitative (or value) restriction other than those which may apply by virtue of a bilateral textile agreement under the MFA. They also enjoy unconditional duty-free access for jute and coir products. In addition, since 1984 least-developed countries have been able to apply for individual derogations from the Community origin rules. 11

14 EXPLANATORY NOTES FOR THE RULES OF ORIGIN APPLICABLE TO THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED SYSTEM OF PREFERENCES Introduction This set of notes sets out to explain how the concept of Originating products' works and how it is controlled by the authorities. In order to benefit from the Community's Generalized System of Preferences the goods concerned have to be shown to originate in one of the countries to which the scheme applies. Part 1 The general concept of an originating product and the rule on direct transport 1.1. The general concept of an originating product A product is an originating one if it has been entirely produced (wholly obtained) in the country concerned, for example flowers plucked from a plant growing in that country are originating flowers. In addition to this simple rule, if sufficient work is carried out on an imported product originating status can be obtained for the end product The concept of a wholly obtained or entirely produced product This concept has been defined as follows: (a) mineral products extracted from the soil or from the seabed of a country; (b) vegetable products harvested in a country;. (c) live animals born and raised in a country; (d) products obtained in a country from live animals; (e) products obtained by hunting or fishing conducted in a country; (f) products of sea fishing and other products taken from the sea by the vessels of a country; ' (g) products made on board the factory ships of a country from the products in (f) above; (h) used articles collected in a country which are only capable of being used for the recovery of the raw materials they contain; (i) waste and scrap resulting from manufacturing operations carried out in a country; and 0') any product produced in a country using only products which fall into categories (a) to (i) above The concept of sufficient working or processing The concept of sufficient working or processing is defined as that amount of working or processing that places the final product in a different tariff heading under the Customs Cooperation Council Nomenclature (CCCN) than that of any of the imported ingredients. But there are exceptions to this general rule which are contained in Lists A and Β annexed to Commission (EEC) No 3749/83 (see further on pages 23 to 40). List A says that, for the final products listed there, in addition to the change of tariff heading condition the supplementary conditions listed also have to be met. List Β on the contrary says that, for the final products it contains, the change of tariff heading criterion does not have to be satisfied if certain other conditions have been satisfied instead. 1 The definition of vessels belonging to the country is contained in the 'Explanatory Notes' to Commission (EEC) No 3749/83 of 23 December 1983 (OJ L ). 12

15 The rules in Lists A and Β can be either specific rules requiring that a particular kind of processing is carried out or that specific raw materials have to be used, or percentage rules requiring that a specific proportion of the value of the final product be attributable to the country concerned. EXAMPLES 1. Change of tariff heading case (no rule in List A or B) Scrap of unhardened rubber of heading No imported from a third country is processed in a GSP-country into reclaimed rubber of heading No 40.03; the change of tariff heading confers on the reclaimed rubber the status of a product originating in the GSP country. country only if they are manufactured from, say, third country yarn; if such clothing were manufactured from third country fabrics, it would not be considered as an originating product. Articles consisting of, or incorporating, pearls, precious or semiprecious stones, etc. of heading No obtained by working in a country which is a beneficiary under the GSP can be considered as originating in that country only if the value of the third country products used does not exceed 50% of the value of the finished product. 4. List Β percentage rule case No Products obtained Working or processing that confers the status of originating products 2. List A specific rule case No Products obtained Men's and boys' outer garments Working or processing that does not confer the status of originating products Working or processing that confers the status of originating products when the following conditions are met Manufacture yarn from ex Chapters 28 to 37 Productos of the chemical and allied industries excluding sulphuric anhydride (ex 28.13), tannins (ex 32.01), some products falling within heading No 33.01, preparations for tenderizing meat, clarifying beer and preparations for the desizing of textiles (ex 35.07) Working or processing in which the value of the non-originating products used does not exceed 20% of the value of the product obtained Outer garments of heading No obtained in a country which is a beneficiary under the GSP can be considered as originating in that 3. List A percentage rule case No Products obtained Articles consisting of, or incorporating, pearls, precious or semi-precious stones (natural, synthetic or reconstructed) Working or processing that does not confer the status of originating products Working or processing that confers the status of originating products when the following conditions are met Manufacture in which the value of the products used does not exceed 50% of the value of the value of the product obtained Natural boric acid containing more than 85% of orthoboric acid, calculated on the dry weight, of heading No is imported from a third country and used in a GSP country to obtain orthoboric acid of heading No 28.12; the orthoboric acid obtained is an originating product on condition that the value of the third country natural boric acid does not exceed 20% of its value. The use of percentage rules of value implies that the basis for determining the value has to be defined. Paragraph. below explains this However, some products are found in both List A and List B, in which case the conditions in both lists taken together must be 13

16 fulfilled. But if both lists refer to a percentage rule the percentage of imported parts cannot exceed the higher of the two percentages. They can in no case be added together. EXAMPLE 1. List A rule No List Β rule No ex Chapter 38 Products obtained Prepared rubber accelerators Products obtained Miscellaneous chemical products, other than refined tall oil (ex 38.05), and wood pitch (wood tar pitch) (ex 38.09) Working or processing that does not confer the status of originating products Working or processing that confers the status of originating products when the following conditions are met Manufacture in which the value of the products used does not exceed 50% of the value of the product obtained Working or processing that confers the status of originating products Working or processing in which the value of the non-originating materials used does not exceed 20% of the value of the product obtained 'prepared rubber accelerators' has a 50% rule in List A and a 20% rule in List B. This means that, ifall the raw materials are imported, only 20% of the value of the final product can be composed of imported products which were classified under heading at import and that not more than 50% of the value of the final product can be made up of the imported products in total In Annex I to these notes there is a 'logical tree' designed to help you decide if your product is an originating product or not Minimal processing However the rules on sufficient working or processing explained above do have the proviso or condition that, even if the work carried out satisfies the change of tariff heading rule and/or the List A or B conditions as appropriate, if the work carried out consists only of a minimal process origin is not conferred. The following are what are considered as minimal processes: (a) operations to ensure the preservation of products in good condition during transport and storage (ventilation, spreading out, drying, chilling, placing in salt, sulphur dioxide or other aqueous solutions, removal of damaged parts, and like operations); (b) simple operations consisting of removal of dust, sifting or screening, sorting, classifying, matching (including the makingup of sets of articles), washing, painting, cutting up; (c) (i) changes of packing and breaking up and assembly of consignments, (ii) simple placing in bottles, flasks, bags, cases, boxes, fixing on cards or boards, etc., and all other simple packing operations; (d) the affixing of marks, labels or other like distinguishing signs on products or their packaging; (e) simple mixing of products, whether or not of different kinds, where one or more components of the mixture do not meet the conditions laid down to enable them to be considered as originating products; (f) simple assembly of parts of products to constitute a complete product; (g) a combination of two or more operations specified in (a) to (f); (h) slaughter of animals.. Values to be used in the case of percentage rules The values to be used in the calculation of percentage rules are as follows: For imported goods Their customs value at the time of importation as defined in the convention concerning the Valuation of Goods for Customs signed in Brussels on 15 December 1950.

17 For goods for which it cannot be established whether or not they were imported (which must always be assumed to be non-originating goods) The earliest price that can be traced which was paid for the goods in the country where they are used for further manufacture. For final products The ex-works price of the goods, which is understood as the price paid or notionally payable to the manufacturer in whose plant the last working or processing took place, provided the price includes the value of all the inputs. However the amount of local internal taxes paid (example sales tax) which can be reclaimed at export shall be subtracted 'Direct shipment' or 'Direct transport' In addition to being an originating product a product has to be shipped direct from the country of production to the Community. However, goods may go through another country if the crossing of or entry into, that country is necessary for geographical reasons or because of transport requirements and then only under the following conditions: (a) that the goods do not undergo any operations other than transhipment or temporary warehousing. However, this does not exclude any process only intended to keep the goods in good condition; (b) that the goods do not 'enter into the commerce of the transit country'that is, for example, that the goods are not bought or sold there; (c) that the goods do not enter into home usethat is the goods are not cleared through customs; and (d) that the goods remain under customs surveillance there. If goods are passed through another country for geographical or transport reasons the fulfillment of the above four conditions must be demonstrated to the customs authorities in the Community. This can be done by submission of either: (a) a through bill of lading drawn up in the exporting beneficiary country covering the passage through the country of transit; or (b) a certification by the customs authorities of the country of transit: giving an exact description of the products. stating the dates of unloading and reloading of the products or of their embarkation or disembarkation, identifying the ships used, certifying the conditions under which the products remained in the transit country; or failing these (c) any substantiating documents that are acceptable to the customs authorities in the Community. Furthermore, products which pass through the territory of certain EFTA countries which are preference donors (Austria, Finland, Norway, Sweden and Switzerland) may be re-exported in full or in part to the Community provided that the conditions relating to direct transport have been observed in these countries. In such cases, the EFTA countries concerned will issue replacement certificates of origin Form A for importations into the Community. ' This procedure applies on a reciprocal basis, for the Community to the EFTA countries mentioned above. However, slightly different rules apply to goods sent to exhibitions in other countries. These are explained in Article 11 of (EEC) No 3749/83. ' Part 2 - What has to be done at export 2.1. H 'hat documents are needed? After the origin of an export consignment has been established to the satisfaction of the exporter he has to consider how much it is worth and how it is to be sent in order to decide what documentation, if any, is to be used No documentation necessary No documentation is necessary if: (a) the goods are sent as small packages from private persons to private persons and the value is not more than 165 ECU. 2 See Nos 7 and 8 of the explanatory notes to (EEC) No 3749/83 (OJ L 372, ). The equivalent of the ECU in the national currencies of the Member States of the Community is given in the footnote to Article 7 (2) of (EEC) No 3749/83, as amended by (EEC) No 1061/85 of

18 (b) the goods form part of the personal luggage of a traveller and the value is not more than 470 ECU. ' However this concession is restricted to those imports which are occasional and are made up only of products for the personal use of the person to whom they are sent or the traveller or their families. It must be obvious from the nature and quantity of the goods that no commercial purpose is served. The customs authorities in the Community may require a declaration that the goods have originating status and the necessary conditions outlined above have been complied with Forms APR If the consignment is by post, including parcel post, its value does not exceed ECU the exporter may choose to use a Form APR (see p. 43) which he fills in himself or allows his authorized representatives to complete. The form may be completed in English or French : if it is done by hand, ink and block capitals must be used. One APR form must be completed for each consignment. In the case of consignment by parcel post the exporter attaches the form to the despatch note. In the case of consignment by letter post he encloses the form in the package Origin certificates Form A For all shipments other than those mentioned in and above a Form A (see p. 47) must be filled out. The Form A origin certificate contains twelve ed boxes to be filled in by the exporter and one un-ed box which must contain the name of the issuing country. Boxes 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9 and 10 call for no particular observation. Box 2 does not have to be filled out if the consignee is not known. If it is filled in but the consignee is later changed this does not matter. The equivalent of the ECU in the national currencies of the-member States of the Community is given in the footnote to Article 7 (2) of (EEC) No 3749/83. as amended by (EEC) No 1061/85 of Box 12 contains the exporter's declaration as to the origin of the goods and must clearly indicate that the goods are for the European Economic Community or one of its Member States or in cases where the transit procedure referred to in point 1.6 is used, one of the EFTA countries concerned. The use of the word 'Europe' is not enough. Box 8 (Origin criteria') has to be filled out according to the code explained in Note 3 on the back of the form. Box 11 ('Certification') is for the approved issuing authority to certify the form as correct, using the stamp designed for that purpose. When the form is filled out and signed by the exporter or his authorized representative it must be taken to the governmental authority authorized to issue Form A in the country concerned. If it is incorrectly made out the customs authorities of the importing country may refuse to accept it. Certificates issued retrospectively In exceptional cases an origin certificate Form A can be issued after the export of the goods where it can be shown that a request was not made at the proper time because of an error, involuntary omission or some other special circumstance. In such cases the Form A may be issued only if the issuing authorities are satisfied that the certificate of origin Form A corresponds to the goods sent on the basis of comparison with the export documentation, and that no certificate of origin Form A had already been issued. A certificate so issued is marked 'ISSUED RETROSPECTIVELY' in box 4. Duplicates It is of course always possible that a certificate of origin Form A that has been issued is lost, stolen or destroyed. In these cases the exporter may ask the issuing authority for a duplicate. This is marked in box 4 'Duplicate' and is given the same date of issue as the original and is valid for the same period (see Part 3, paragraph 3.1) Goods sent in instalments Goods classified under Chapters 84 and 85 of the Customs Cooperation Council Nomenclature, that is 'Machinery and mechani- 16

19 cal appliances; electrical equipment and parts thereof' which are imported by instalments may be considered as making up one whole only subject to the conditions made by the customs authorities of the country of importation and a certificate of origin Form A made out for the total may be submitted at the time of the first import to cover subsequent instalments as well Accessories, spare parts and tools sent with a piece of equipment, machine, apparatus or vehicle These, if they are part of the normal equipment and are not separately invoiced or paid for, are regarded as part of the equipment etc. Naturally the rules of origin contained in Part 1 of these notes apply equally to the accessories, spare parts and tools but they are regarded as being classified under the same heading as the equipment etc., and their value must be included in any percentage value calculation carried out for the purposes of application of a percentage rule Sets Goods put up in sets and classified in accordance with General Rule No 3 of the Customs Cooperation Council Nomenclature are considered to have originating status if all the articles making up the set have that status. A set made up of both originating and non-originating articles may be considered to have originating status provided the value of the non-originating articles does not exceed 15% of the total value of the set Packing Packing, which is of the normal type for the article packed, and itself has no intrinsic utilization value of a durable nature except as packing is considered to be a part of the article packed. Again its value must be taken into account in calculation carried out in application of a percentage rule. Part 3 What has to be done at import into the Community 3.1. Period of validity of certificates of origin Form A The certificate of origin Form A shall be valid for 10 months from the date of issue by the competent authority in the country of export Expiry of period of validity If the Certificate is submitted after the period of validity has expired, the customs authorities in the Community may accept the certificate afterwards provided they are satisfied that the delay was unavoidable or due to exceptional circumstances Submission of certificates of origin Form A to customs As a general rule, the certificate of origin should accompany the goods to which they refer. However certificates may be submitted afterwards within a period of four months from the date on which the entry form for the release of goods into free circulation was accepted by customs. The customs authorities reserve the right to request the importer to produce a translation of the certificate into one of the Community languages and they may also require the importer to make and sign a declaration that the goods satisfy the conditions concerning origin and direct transport Slight differences between the descriptions of the goods and the goods themselves The customs may ignore any small differences between the description on the Form A and the actual goods provided that they can be sure the certificate does in fact correspond to the goods Treatment of Forms APR When a postal package arrives it will be seen by the customs authorities, who will check the contents and the Form APR. Part 4 When verification takes place The Community customs authorities may request verification of certificates of origin Form A or Forms APR by the issuing authorities in the country concerned. 17

20 Part 5 Measures in favour of least-developed countries These countries (set out in List Β on page 51) may request individual derogations from the Community rules of origin. Derogation requests must be submitted to the Commission of the European Communities who shall examine the supporting file drawn up by the requesting country and shall decide if a derogation should be granted. (b) CACM (The Central ing: Costa Rica El Salvador Guatemala American Common Honduras Nicaragua (c) The Andean Group, comprising: Bolivia Peru Colombia Venezuela Ecuador Market), compris In order to facilitate the examination of derogation requests, the requesting country shall furnish the fullest possible information covering in particular the following points: (i) (ii) description of finished product, nature of products which have been worked or processed there, manufacturing process, value added, of employees in the undertaking concerned, anticipated volume of exports to the Community, reasons for the duration requested, (ill) (iv) (v) (vi) (vii) (viii) other observations. The same procedure shall apply to any request for extension. Part 6 Regional cumulation ' 6.1. Who is concerned There are three special schemes, which are identical, for three regional groupings: (a) Asean (Association of South East Asian Nations), comprising : Brunei Darussalam The Philippines Indonesia Singapore Malaysia Thailand Council (EEC) No 2955/85 of (OJ L 285 of ) What is cumulation? Under the Communities' GSP scheme each developing country normally is considered in isolation and goods cannot be further worked in another country without losing the status of originating products nor can they go through another country unless geographical or transport requirements render this necessary (see Part 1 paragraph 1.6). Under the regional cumulation systems this is, under certain conditions, not the case. These conditions are explained below How cumulation works (a) If goods originating in one country in a regional grouping are not further processed after they have gone to a second country in the regional grouping, from which they are sent to the Community, then originating status is not lost. (b) If further working or processing of goods originating in one country of a regional grouping takes place in a second country of the same regional grouping using only products originating in the regional grouping, then originating status is preserved. (c) If further working or processing of goods originating in one country of a regional grouping takes place in a second country of the regional grouping, using products not originating in the regional grouping, these goods are considered, for the purposes of the rules of origin, as if they originated in the second country.

21 6.4. Examples of paragraph 6.3(c) 1. Product subject to a percentage rule A machine under heading No is made in country Β of a regional group under the following conditions: (i) products of Chapter 84 are subject to a rule limiting to 40% the value of the non-originating parts which can be incorporated ; (ii) the manufacture is made from originating parts imported from country A of the same regional group worth USD 450 and from other non-originating parts imported from a third country worth USD 500; (iii) the cost of processing, benefit, etc. in country Β are worth USD 550; (iv) the value of the final product is therefore USD The conclusion is that the machine keeps its originating status, as the value of the incorporated elements from a third country (USD 500) does not exceed 40% of the value of the final product, while the value of the elements which are in favour of the preservation of the originating status, included the value of the products originating in A, is USD ( ). 2. Product subject to a non-percentage rule Cotton, not carded or combed, under heading No 55.01, originating in a third country, is imported into a country of a regional group to manufacture a woven fabric of cotton under heading No This fabric is afterwards sent to country Β of the same regional group to make up T-shirts under heading No The rules of origin establish in such a case that each non-originating third product must be classified in a different heading from the finished product and furthermore the textile product used must be at least at the yarn stage. During the processing in B, the fabric is died and the T-shirts are made up by materials imported from third countries (dye, yarn, buttons, etc.). The final product keeps its originating status, in spite of the utilization of products originating in third countries, as the fabric, originating in A, is considered as originating in Β and the last processing in Β is in conformity with the origin rules Determination of the actual country of origin in the regional grouping A product which obtains originating status by reason of the application of the cumulation rules is regarded as originating in the country which has contributed the highest percentage of the final value, provided that the working or processing carried out in this country exceeds that set out in Article 3 (3) of the (EEC) No 3749/83 of the Commission and, in the case of textile products, also those operations referred to in Annex II of (EEC) No 2955/85 of the Council. 19

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23 'LOGICAL TREE' TO ESTABLISH WHETHER A PRODUCT HAS ORIGINATING STATUS 01 Is your product 'entirely produced'? YES originating product NO - Q2 Q5 Is your product listed in List B? YES Question 6 NO non-originating product Q2 Do the imported parts have a different 4-figure CCCN classification from that of the final product? YES - Question 3 NO Question 5 Q6 Does your product satisfy the additional criteria set out in List B? YES originating product NO non-originating product Q3 Is your product listed in List A? YES - Question 4 NO originating product N.B. At the head of the last column in List Β is a general 5% waiver for products of Chapters Q4 Does your product satisfy the additional criteria set out in List A? YES originating product NO non-originating product l.this 'logical tree' does not take into account the possibilities available under the cumulation system (see Part 6). 2. If your answer is YES and NO (that is, some imported parts are classified under the same heading as the final product and others are classified under a different heading) you have to follow through both the YES (Q 3) and NO (Q 5) possibilities. If all the answers come out as originating product then your product has originating status. 21

24 Notes to Lists A and Β 1. The lists contain some products which do not benefit from tariff preferences but which may be used in the manufacture of products which do benefit. 2. The description of the products in column 2 in the lists corresponds to that of the same heading in the Customs Cooperation Council nomenclature. 3. When a Customs Cooperation Council nomenclature heading in column 1 of the lists is prefixed by 'ex', the corresponding rule applies only to the products stated in column 2. 22

25 List A (cont'd) List of working or processing operations which result in a change in the nomenclature heading without conferring the status of originating products on the products undergoing such operations, or conferring this status only subject to certain conditions Tariff heading No Products obtained Working or processing that does not confer the status of originating products Working or processing that confers the status of originating products when the following conditions are met Tariff heading No Products obtained Working or processing that docs not confer the status of originating products Working or processing that confers the status of originating products when the following conditions are met Fruit, dried other than that falling within heading No 08.01, 08.02, 08.03, or Cereal flours Drying of fruit Manufacture from cereals ) Meat and edible meat offals (except poultry liver), salted, in brine, dried or smoked Fish, dried, salted or in brine. smoked fish, whether or not cooked before or during the smoking process Milk and cream, preserved, concentrated or sweetened Salting, placing in brine, drying or smoking of meat and edible meat and edible meat offals of heading Nos and Drying, salting, placing in brine; smoking of fish, whether cooked or not Preserving, concentrating, or adding sugar to milk or cream of heading No Cereal groats and cereal meal; other worked cereal grains (for example, rolled, flaked, polished, pearled or kibbled, bur not further prepared), except rice falling within heading No 10.06; germ of cereals, whole, rolled, flaked or ground Flour of the dried leguminous vegetables falling within heading No or of the fruits falling within any heading in Chapter 8; flour and meal of sago and of roots and tubers falling within heading No Manufacture from cereals Manufacture from dried leguminous vegetables of heading No 07.05, products of heading No or of fruit of Chapter Butter Manufacture from milk or cream Flour, meal and flakes of potato Manufacture from potatoes Cheese and curd Manufacture from products of heading Nos 04.01, and Malt, roasted or not Manufacture from cereals Vegetables (whether or not cooked), preserved by freezing zing of vegetables Starches; inulin Manufacture from cereals of Chapter 10 or from potatoes or other products of Chapter 7 (J7.03 Vegetables provisionally preserved in brine, in sulphur water or in other preservative solutions, but not specially prepared for immediate consumption Placing in brine or in other solutions of vegetables falling within heading No Wheat gluten, whether or not dried Lard, other pig fat and poultry fat, rendered or solvent-extracted Manufacture from wheat or wheat flours Manufacture from products of heading No Dried, dehydrated or evaporated vegetables, whole, cut, sliced, broken or in powder, but not further prepared Fruit whether or not cooked) preserved by freezing, not containing added sugar Drying, dehydration, evaporation, cutting, grinding, powdering of vegetables of heading Nos to zing of fruit Fats of bovine cattle, sheep or goats, unrendered; rendered or solventextracted fats (including 'premier jus') obtained from those unrendered fats Fats and oils, of fish and marine mammals, whether or not refined Manufacture from products of heading Nos and Manufacture from products falling within Chapters 2 and Fruit provisionally preserved (for example, by sulphur dioxide gas, in brine, in sulphur water or other preservative solutions), but unsuitable in that state for immediate consumption Placing in brine or in other solutions of fruit falling within heading Nos to inclusive Other animal oils and fats {including neat's-foot oil and fats from bones or waste) Manufacture from products Chapter 2 23

26 List A (cont'd) List A (cont'd) Tariff heading No Products obtained Working or processing that docs not confer the status of originating products Working or processing that conferí the status of originating products when the following conditions arc met Tariff heading Working or processing that docs not confer the status of originating products Working or processing that confers the status of originating products hen the following conditions arc met ex 15.0" Fixed vegetable oils, fluid or solid. crude, refined or purified, but not including Chinawood nil, nn trie wax. Japan wax or oil of tung nuts, olcococca seeds or oiticica seeds; also no: including oils of a kind used in machinery or mechanical appliances or for industrial purposes other than the manufacture of edible products Manufacture from products of Chapters 7 and 1 2 Tapioca and sago; tapioca and sago substitutes obtained from potato or other starches Prepared foods obtained by the swelling or roasting of cereals or cereal products (puffed rice, corn flakes and similar products) Manufacture from any product Manufacture from any product Sausages and the like, of meat, meat offal or animal blood Other prepared or preserved meat or meat offal Manufacture from products of Chapter 2 Manufacture from products falling within Chapter 2 Bread, ships* biscuits and other ordinary bakers' wares, not containing added sugar, honey, eggs, fats, cheese or fruits; communion wafers, empty cachets of a kind suitable for pharmaceutical use, sealing wafers, rice paper and similar products Manufacture trom products within Chapter 1 1 falling ex Prepared or preserved fish, including caviar and caviar substitutes Crustaceans and molluscs, prepared or preserved Beet sugar and cane sugar, in solid form, flavoured or coloured Other sugar in solid form; sugar syrups, not flavoured or coloured; artificial honey, whether or not mixed with natural honey; caramel Manufacture from products falling within Chapter 3 Manufacture from products falling within Chapter 3 Manufacture from any product Manufacture from any product Pastry, biscuits, cakes and other fine bakers' wares whether or not containing cocoa in any proportion Vegetables and fruit, prepared or preserved by vinegar or acetic acid, with or without sugar, whether or not containing salt, spices or mustard Vegetables prepared or preserved otherwise than by vinegar or acetic acid Manufacture from within Chapter 11 produ Manufacture from originating products tailing within <, hapters *" and 8 Manufacture from originating products falling within Chapter 7 ex Molasses, flavoured or coloured Sugar confectionery, not containing cocoa Manufacture from any product Manufacture from other products falling within Chapter 17 Fruits, preserved by freezing, co taining added sugar Manufacture from originating products falling within Chapters 8 and Cocoa butter (fat or oil) Manufacture beans from originating cocoa Fruit, fruit-peel and parts of plants, preserved by sugar (drained, glacé or crystallized) Manufacture from originating prod ucts falling within Chapters 8 and Chocolate and other food preparations containing cocoa Manufacture from sucrose or manufacture in which the value of the products falling within heading Nos to inclusive used exceeds 40 % of the value of the product obtained jams, fruit jellies, marmalades, fruit puree and fruit pastes, being cooked preparations, whether or not containing added sugar Manufacture from originating products falling within Chapters 8 and 17 ex Malt extract Manufacture from products of heading No Fruit otherwise prepared or preserved, whether or not containing added sugar or spirit Manufacture from originating products falling within Chapter* 8, 9, 17 and 22 ex Preparations of flour, meal, starch or malt extract, of a kind used as infant food or for dietetic or culinary purposes, containing less than 50% by weight of cocoa Manufacture from cereals and derivatives thereof, meat, milk and sugars Fruit uices (including grape must) and vegetable juices, whether or not containing added sugar, but unfermented and not containing spirit Manufacture from originating products falling within Chapters 7, 8 and Macaroni, spaghetti and similar products Manufacture from durum wheat Roasted chicory and extracts thereof Manufacture from chicory roots, fresh or dried 24

27 List A (cont'd) List A (cont'd) Tariff heading No Products obtained Working or processing that docs not confer the status of originating products Working or processing that confers the status of originating products when the following conditions arc m Tariff heading No Products obtained Working or processing that docs not confer the status of originating products Working or processing that confers the status of originating products when ihe following conditions are met Sauces; mixed condiments and mixed seasonings Manu fa turc from tomato cone ennot trate th va ue of which does exceed S 07o of the value of the product ob ta ned ex Cigarettes, cigars, smoking tobacco Manufacture from products of heading No of which at, least 70 % by quantity arc originating products Soups and broths, in liquid, solid or powder form; homogenized composite food preparations M a nu tact ure from products falling within heading No ex Aluminium sulphate Manufacture from products within heading No falling ex Sugar syrups, flavoured or coloured Manufacture from any product Medicaments (including veterinary medicaments) Manufacture from active substances Lemonade, flavoured spa waters and flavoured aerated waters,.md other non alcoholic beverages, not including triut and vegetable puces tailing within heading No Vermouths, and other wines of fresh grapes flavoured with aromatic extracts Ethyl alcohol or neutral spirits, undenatured, of a strength of 80 or higher; denatured spirits (including ethyl alcohol and neutral spirits) of any strength Manufacture trom fruit [inces Manufacture from products of heading No 08.04, 20.07, or Manufacture from products of heading No 08.04, 20.07, or ex Wadding, gauze, bandages and similar articles (for example, dressings, adhesive plasters, poultices) impregnated or coated with pharmaceutical substances for medical or surgical purposes) Other fertilizers; goods of this chapter in tablets, lozenges and similar prepared forms or in packings of a gross weight not exceeding 10 kg Colour lakes Manufacture from products falling within heading Nos and Manufacture from originating pharmaceutical substances Manufacture in which the value of the products used does not exceed 507,. of the value of the product obtained Spirits (other than those falling within heading No 22.08); liqueurs and other spirituous beverages; compound alcoholic preparations (known as 'concentrated extracts') for the manufacture of beverages M anu tactu re from products falling within heading No 08.04, 20.07, or Other colouring matter; inorganic products of a kind used as luminophores Mixing of oxides or salts falling within Chapter 28 with extenders such as barium sulphate, chalk, barium carbonate and satin white ex Vinegar substitutes for vinegar Residues from the manufacture of maize starch (excluding concentrated steeping liquors), of a protein content, calculated on the dry product, exceeding 40 % by weight Manufacture from products of heading No 08.04, 20.07, or Manufacture from maize or maize flour Artists', students' and signboard painters' colours, modifying tints, amusement colours and the like, in tablets, tubes, jars, bottles, pans or in similar forms of packings, including such colours in sets or outfits, with or without brushes, palettes or other accessories Manufacture from products falling within heading Nos to inclusive Oil cake and other residues (except dregs) resulting from the extraction of vegetable oils Manufacture from various products Glaziers' putty; grafting putty; paiiiteis' fillings, mui iefiauuty surfacing preparations; stopping, sealing and similar mastics, including resin mastics and cements Manufacture from products within heading No falling Sweetened forage; other preparations of a kind used in animal feeding Manufacture from cereals and derived producís, meat, milk, sugar and molasses ex Aqueous distillates and aqueous solutions of essential oils, including such products suitable for medicinal uses Manufacture from cssvnti.il oils terpcncless or not 1, concretes, absolutes or resinoids 25

28 List A (cont'd} List A (cont'd) Tariff heading No Products obtained Working or processing that docs nc confer the status of originating products Working or processing that confers [he status of originating products when the following conditions are met Tariff heading No Products obtained Working or processing that docs not confer the status of originating products Working or processing thai confers the status of originating products when the following conditions arc met Soap; organic surface active products and preparations for use as soap, in the form of bars, cakes or moulded pieces or shapes, whether or not combined with soap Manufacture from products falling within heading Nos and 34.Hi 38. A nti knock preparations, oxidation inhibitors, gum inhibitors, viscosi!) improvers, ann corrosa e preparations and similar prepared additives for mineral oik Manufacture in which the value of the products used does not exceed 50% of the value of the product obtained Dextrins and dextrin glues; soluble or roasted starches; starch glues Prepared enzymes not elsewhere specified or included Articles of combustible materials Manufacture from combustible operations and products Manufacture potatoes Manufacture in which the value of the products used does not exceed 50 % of the value of the product obtained Γ Prepared rubber accelerators Preparations and charges tor fire extinguishers; charged lire extinguishing grenades Manufacture in which the value of the products used docs not exceed 50"., of the value of the product obtained Manufacture in which the value of the products used does not exceed 50% of the value of the product obtained Photographic plates and film in the flat, sensitized, unexposed, of any material other than paper, paperboard or cloth Manufacture from products falling within heading No Î8.I8 ('ompost te solvents and thinners for varnishes and similar products Manufacture in which the value of the products used does not exceed 50% of the value of the product obtained Film in rolls, sensitized, unexposed, perforated or not Sensitized plates and film, exposed but not developed, negative or posi Manufacture from products falling within heading No 37,01 Manufacture from products falling within heading Nos and ex 38. Chemical products and preparations of the chemical or allied industries (including those consisting of mixtures of natural products), not elsewhere specified or included; residual products of the chemical or allied industries, not elsewhere specified or included, excluding: Manufacture in which the value of the products used docs not exceed 50% of the value of the product obtained Fusel oil and Dippel's oil, Disinfectants, insecticides, fungicides, rat poisons, herbicides, antisprouting products, plant growth regulators and similar products, put up in forms or packings for sale by retail or as preparations or as articles (for example, sulphur treated bands, wicks and candles, fly papers) Manufacture in which the value of the products used does not exceed 50% of the value of the product obtained Naphthcnic acids and their non water soluble salts, esters of naphthcnic acids. Sulphonaphthenic acids and their non water soluble salts, esters of sulphonaphthenic acids, Prepared glazings, prepared dressings and prepared mordants, of a kind used in the textile, paper, leather or like industries Manufacture in which the value of the products used does not exceed 50% of the value of the product obtained Petroleum sulphonates, excluding petroleum sulphonates of alkali metals, of ammonium or of ethanolannnes, thiophenated sulphonic acids of oils obtained from bituminous minerals, and their salts. Pickling preparations for meral surfaces; fluxes and other auxiliary preparations for soldering, brazing or welding; soldering, brazing or welding powders and pastes consisting of metal and other materials; preparations of a kind used as cores or coatings lor welding rods and electrodes Manufacture in which the value of the products used does not exceed 50% of the value of the product obtained Mixed alkylbenzenes and mixed alky 1 naphthalenes, Ion exchangers. Catalysts, Getters for vacuum tubes. 26

29 Lis: A (cont'd) List A (cont'd) Tariff heading No Products obtained Working or processing that docs not confer the status of originating products Working or processing thai confers the status of originating products when the following condirions are met Tariff heading Products obtained Working or processing that docs not confer the status of originating products Working or processing thai confers ihc status of originating products when the following conditions arc met ex icimt'd) Refractory cements or mortars and similar compositions. Alkaline iron oxide for the purification of gas, Bovine cattle leather (including buffalo leather) and equine leather, prepared but not parchment dressed, except leather tailing within heading No or Tanning of raw hides and skins falling within heading No Carbon (other than that falling within heading No ex 38.01) in metal, graphite or other compounds, in the form of small plates, bars or other semi-manufactures, Sheep and lamb skin leather, prepared but not parchment dressed, except leather falling within heading No or Tanning of raw hides and skit falling within heading No ex Chapter 39 c> ex Sorbitol other than sorbitol falling within heading No 29.04, Ammoniacal gas liquors and spent oxide produced in coal gas purification Textile fabrics not included under heading No pursuant to Note 2 A of Chapter 59 Polymerization products Articles of materials of the kinds described in heading Nos to with the exception of fans and hand-screens, non-mechanical, frames and handles therefor and parts of such frames and handles. and corset busks and similar supports for articles of apparel or clothing accessories Plates, sheets and strip, of unvulcanized natural or synthetic rubber, other than smoked sheets and crepe sheets falling within heading No or 40,0?; granules of unvulcanized natural or synthetic rubber compounded ready for vulcanization; unvulcanizcd natural or synthetic rubber, compounded before or after coagulation either with carbon black (with or without the addition of mineral oil) or with silica (with or without the addition of mineral oil). in any form, of a kind known as masterbatch Manufacture rom yarn Manufacture in which the value of the products used does not exceed 50% of the value of the product obtained Manufacture in which the value of the products used does not exceed 50% of the value of the product obtained Manufacture in which the value of the products used does not exceed 50% of the value of the product obtained Goat and kid skin leather, prepared but not parchment dressed, except leather falling within heading No or Other kinds ot leather, prepared but not parchment dressed, except leather falling within heading No or Patent leather and imitation patent leather; metallized leather Articles of furskin Complete wooden packing cases, boxes, crates, drums and similar packings, except those nude of fihreboard Match splints; wooden pegs or pins tor footwear Articles of natural cork Paper and paperboard, ruled, lined or squared, but not otherwise printed, in rolls or sheets Tanning of raw hides and skir falling within heading No Tanning of raw hides and skins falling within heading No Making up from furskins in plates crosses and similar forms falling within heading No ex Manufacture from drawn wood Varnishing or metallizing of leather falling within heading Nos to inclusive (other than skin leather of crossed Indian sheep and of Indian goat or kid, not further prepared than vegetable tanned, or if otherwise prepared, obviously unsuitable for immediate use in the manufacture of leather articles), in which the value of the skin leather used does not exceed 50% of the value of the product obtained Manufacture from boards not cut to size Manufacture from products fallii within heading No Manufacture from paper pulp 27

30 List A (cont'd) List A (cont'd) Tariff heading No Products obtained Working or processing that docs not confer the status of originating products Working or processing that confers the status of originating products when the following conditions are mei Tariff heading Products obtained Working or processing that docs not confer the status of originating products Working or processing that confers the status of originating products when the following conditions arc ma ex Writing blocks, envelopes, letter cards, plain postcards, correspondence cards; boxes, pouches, wallets and writing compendiums, of paper or paperhoard, containing only an assortment of paper stationery Other paper and paperboard, cut to size or shape Boxes, bags and other packing containers of paper or paperboard Manufacture in which the value of 507o of the value of the products obtained Manufacture from paper pulp Manufacture in which the value ol the products used docs not exceed 50% of the value of the product obtained (') ( ) Yarn of man made fibres (continuous), put up for retail sale Woven fabrics of man made fibres (continuous), including woven fabrics of monofil or strip falling within heading No or Metallized yarn, being textile yarn spun with metal or covered with metal by any process Manufacture from chemical products or textile pulp Manufacture from chemical products or textile pulp Manufacture from chemical products, from textile pulp or from natural textile fibres, discontinuous man made fibres or thçir waste, neither carded nor combed Picture postcards, Christmas and other picture greeting cards, printed by any process, with or without trimmings Manufacture from products within heading No falling Woven fabrics of metal thread or of metallized yarn, of a kind used in articles of apparel, as furnishing fabrics or the like Manufacture from chemical products, from textile pulp or from natural textile fibres, discontinuous man made fibres or their waste (>) (>) ex 50.07C) ( 2 ) Calendars of any kind, of paper or paperboard, including calendar blocks Silk yarn, other than yarn of noil or other waste silk, not put up for retail sale Yarn spun from noil or other silk waste, not put up for retail sale Silk yarn and yarn spun from noil or other waste silk, put up for retail sale; imitation catgut of silk Woven fabrics of silk of noil or other waste silk Manufacture from products falling within heading No Manufacture from products falling within heading No Manufacture from products falling within heading No neither carded nor combed Manufacture from products falling within heading No or from products falling within heading No neither carded nor combed Manufacture from products falling within heading Nos and (') (i) (') ( (') Yarn of carded sheep's or lambs' wool (woollen yarn), not put up for retail sale Yarn of combed sheep's or lambs' wool (worsted yarn), not put up for retail sale Yarn of fine animal hair (carded or combed), not put up for retail sale Yarn of horsehair or of other coarse animal hair, not put up for retail Yarn of sheep's or lambs' wool, of horsehair or of other animal hair (fine or coarse), put up for retail Manufacture from products falling within heading Nos and 53,03 Manufacture from products falling within heading Nos and Manufacture from raw fine animal hair falling within heading No Manufacture from raw coarse animal hair falling within heading No or from raw horsehair falling within heading No Manufacture from products falling within heading Nos or to inclusive (') Yarn of man made fibres (continuous), not put up for retail sale Manufacture from chemical products or textile pulp (') Woven fabrics of sheep's or lambs' wool or of fine animal hair Manufacture from products falling within heading Nos to (') Monofil, strip (artificial straw and the like) and imitation catgut, of man made fibre materials Manufacture from chemical products or textile pulp {') Woven fabrics of horsehair or of other coarse animal hair Manufacture from products falling within heading Nos to or from horsehair falling within heading No (') For yarn obtained from two or more textile materials; the provisions appearing in this list shall be applied cumulatively both as regards the heading under which the mixed yarn is classified and for the headings under which yarn of each of the other textiles of which the mixture is composed would be classified. ( J ) For fabrics composed of two or more textile materials: the provisions appearing in this list shall be applied cumulatively both as regards the heading under which the mixed fabric is classified and for the headings' under which fabric of each of the other textiles of which the mixture is composed would be classified. [') For yarn obtained from two or more textile materials: the provisions appearing in this list shall be applied cumulatively both as regards the heading under which the mixed yarn is classified and for the headings under which yarn of each of the other textiles of which the mixture is composed would be classified. ( 2 ) For fabrics composed of two or more textile materials: the provisions appearing in this list shall be applied cumulatively both as regards the heading under which the mixed fabric is classified and for the headings ander which fabric of each of the other textiles of which the mixture is composed would be classified, 28

31 Lst A (cont'd) List A (cont'd) Tariff heading No Products obtained Working or processing that docs not confer the status of originating Working or processing that confers the status of originating products when the following conditions are met Tariff heading No Products obtained Working or processing that docs not confer the status of originating products Working or processing that confers the status of originating products when the following conditions are met (>) Flax or ramie yarn, not put up for retail sale Manufacture from products falling within heading Nos and 54.02, neither carded nor combed Í6.Ü7 (*j Woven fabrics of man-made fibres (discontinuous or waste) Manufacture from products falling within heading Nos to inclusive (») Flax or ramie yarn, put up for retail sale Manufacture from products falling within heading No or (') Yarn ot jute or of other textile bast fibres of heading No Manufacture from raw jute, or other raw textile basi fibres.falling within heading No ( J ) (') Woven fabrics of flax or of ramie Cotton yarn, not put up for retail sale Manufacture from products falling within heading No or Manufacture from products falling within heading No or ex (') ex (') Yarn of true hemp Yarn of other vegetable textile fibres excluding yarn of true hemp Manufacture from raw true hemp Manufacture from raw vegetable textile fibres falling within heading Nos to (') ( J ) ( J ) [') Cotton yarn, put up for retail sale Cotton gauze Terry towelling and similar terry fabrics, of cotton Other woven fabrics of cotton Man-made fibres (discontinuous), not carded, combed or otherwise prepared for spinning Manufacture from products tailing within heading No or Manufacture from products falling within heading No 55.01, or Manufacture from products falling within heading No 55.01, or Manufacture from products falling within heading No 55.01, or Manufacture from chemical products or textile pulp ex t 1 ) ex (i) ex Paper yarn Woven fabrics of jute or of other textile bast fibres falling within heading No Woven fabrics of other vegetable textile fibres Woven fabnes of paper yarn Manufacture from products falling within Chapter 47, from chemical products, textile pulp or from natural textile fibres, discontinuous man-made fibres or their waste, neither carded nor combed Manufacture from raw jute or from other textile bast fibres falling within heading No Manufacture from products falling within heading No 57.01, or or from coir yarn falling within heading No Manufacture from paper, from chemical products, textile pulp or from natural textile fibres, discontinuous man-made fibres or their waste (') (') Continuous filament tow for the manufacture of man-made fibres (discontinuous) Man-made fibres (discontinuous or waste), carded, combed or otherwise prepared for spinning Yarn of man-made fibres (discontinuous or waste), not put up for retail sale Yarn of man-made fibres (discontinuous or waste), put up for retail sale Manufacture from chemical products or textile pulp Manufacture from chemical products or textile pulp Manufacture from chemical products or textile pulp Manufacture from chemical products or textile pulp Carpets, carpeting and rugs, knotted (made up or not) Other carpets, carpeting, rugs, mats and matting, and 'Kclcm', 'Schumacks* and 'Karamanie' rugs and the like (made up or not) Woven pile fabrics and chenille fabrics (other than terry towelling or similar terry fabrics of cotton falling within heading No and fabrics falling within neading No 58.05) Manufacture from products falling within heading Nos to inclusive, 51.01, to inclusive, 54.01, to inclusive, to inclusive or to inclusive Manufacture from products falling within heading Nos to inclusive, 51.01, to inclusive, 54.01, to inclusive, to inclusive or to inclusive Manufacture from products falling within heading Nos to inclusive, to inclusive, 54.01, to inclusive and to inclusive or from chemical products or textile pulp (') For yarn obtained from two or more textile materials: the provisions appearing in this list shall be applied cumulatively both as regards the heading under which the mixed yam is classified and for the headings under which yarn of each of the other textiles of which the mixture is composed would be classified. { 2 ) For fabrics composed of two or more textile materials: the provisions appearing in this list shall be applied cumulatively both as regards the heading under which the mixed fabric is classified and for the headings under which fabric of each of the other textiles of which the mixture is composed would be classified. (') For yarn obtained from two or more textile materials: the provisions appearing in this list shall be applied cumulatively both as regards the heading under which the mixed yam is classified and for the headings under which yarn of each of the other textiles of which the mixture is composed would be classified. ( 2 ) For fabrics composed of two or more textile materials: the provisions appearing in this list shall be applied cumulatively both as regards the heading under which the mixed fabric is classified and for the headings under which fabric of each of the other textiles of which the mixture is composed would be classified. 29

32 List A (cont'd) List A (cont'd) Tariff heading No Products obtained Working or processing that docs not confer the status of originating products Working or processing that confers the status of originating products when lhe following conditions arc met Tariff heading Pn>ducts obtained forking or processing that does ni confer the status of originating producís Working or processing that confers the status of originating products when the following conditions arc met Narrow woven fabrics, and narrow fabrics (bolduc) consisting of warp without weft assembled by means of an adhesive, other than goods tailing within heading No Woven labels, badges and the like, not embroidered, in the piece, in strips or cut to shape or size Manufacture from products falling within heading Nos to inclusive, to inclusive, 54.01, to inclusive, to inclusive and to inclusive or from chemical products or textile pulp Manufacture from products falling within heading Nos to inclusive, to inclusive, 54.01, to inclusive and to inclusive or from chemical products or textile pulp Other articles made from yarn, twine, cordage, rope or cables, other than textile fabrics and articles made from such fabrics Textile fabrics coated with gum or amylaceous substances of a kind used for the outer covers of books and the like; tracing cloth; prepared painting canvas; buckram and similar fabrics for hat foundations and similar uses Manufacture either from natural fibres or from chemical products or textile pulp Manufacture from yarn Chenille yarn (including flock chenille yarn), gimped yarn (other than metallized yarn falling within heading No and gimped horsehair yarn)'; braids and ornamental trimmings in the piece; tassels, pompons and the like Tulle and other net fabrics (but not including woven, knitted or crocheted fabrics), plain Tulle and other net fabrics (but not including woven, knitted or crocheted fabrics), figured; hand or mechanically made lace, in the piece, in strips or in motifs t'mbroidcry, in the piece, in strips or in motifs Wadding and articles of wadding; textile flock and dust and mill ncps Felt and articles of felt, whether or not impregnated or coated Bonded fibre fabrics, similar bonded yarn fabrics, and articles of such fabrics, whether or not impregnated or coated Manufacture from products falling within heading Nos tu inclusive, to inclusive, 54.01, to inclusive and to inclusive or from chemical products or textile pulp Manufacture from products lal ling within heading Nos to S0.03 inclusive, to inclusive, 54.01, to inclusive and to inclusive or from chemical products or textile pulp Manufacture from products tailing within heading Nos to inclusive, to inclusive, 54.01, to inclusive, to inclusive or from chemical products or textile pulp Manufacture from textile yarn Manufacture either from natural fibres or from chemical products or textile pulp Manufacture either from natural fibres or from chemical products or textile pulp Manufacture either from natural fibres or from chemical products or textile pulp Textile fabrics impregnated, coated, covered or laminated with preparations of cellulose derivatives or of other artificial plastic materials Linoleum and materials prepared on a textile base in a similar manner to linoleum, whether or not cut to shape or of a kind used as floor coverings; floor coverings consisting of a coating applied on a textile base, cut to shape or not Rubberized textile fabrics, other than rubberized knitted or crocheted goods, with the exception of those consisting of fabric of continuous synthetic textile fibres, or of fabric composed of parallel yarns of continuous synthetic textile fibres, impregnated or covered with rubber latex, containing at least 907u by weight of textile materials and used for the manufacture of tyres or for other technical uses Rubberized textile fabrics, other than rubberized knitted or crocheted goods, consisting of fabric of continuous synthetic textile fibres or of fabric composed of parallel yarns of continuous synthetic textile fibres, impregnated or covered with rubber latex, containing at least 90% by weight of textile materials and used for the manufacture of tyres or for other technical uses Manufacture from yarn Manufacture either from yarn or from textile fibres Manufacture from yarn Manufacture from chemical products Twine, cordage, ropes and cables, plaited or not Nets and netting made of twine, cordage or rope, and made up fishing nets of yarn, twine, cordage or rope Manufacture either from natural fibres or from chemical products or textile pulp Manufacture either from natural fibres or from chemical products or textile pulp Textile tabnes otherwise impregnated or coated; painted canvas being theatrical scenery, studio backcloths or the like Manufacture from yarn 30

33 List A (cont'd) List A (cont'd) Tariff heading No Products obtained Working or processing that docs not confer the status of originating producís Working or processing that confers the status of originating products when the following conditions arc met Tariff heading No Products obtained Working or processing that docs not confer the status of originating products Working or processing that confers the status of originating products when the following conditions arc mei Elastic fabrics and trimmings (other than knitted or crocheted goods) consisting of textile materials combined with rubber threads Wicks, of woven, plaited or knitted textile materials, for lamps, stoves, lighters, candles and the like; tubular knitted gas-mantle fabric and incandescent gas mantles Manufacture from single yarn Manufacture from single vani Ties, bow ties and cravats Corsets, corset-belts, suspender-belts, brassieres, braces, suspenders, garters and the like (including such articles of knitted or crocheted fabric), whether or not clastic Manufacture from yam Manufacture from yam Textile hoscpipmg and similar tubing, with or without lining, armour or accessories of other materials Transmission, conveyor or elevator belts or belting, of textile materia!, whether or not strengthened with meial or other material Manufacture from producís tailing within heading Nos to inclusive, to inclusive, to inclusive to inclusive and to inclusive or from chemical products or textile pulp Manufacture from products falling within heading Nos to inclusive, to inclusive. 54.0], to inclusive, to inclusive and to inclusive or from chemical products or textile pulp Gloves, mittens, mitts, stockings, socks and socket tes, not being knitted or crocheted goods Made up accessories for articles of apparel (for example, dress shields, shoulder and other pads, belts, muffs, sleeve protectors, pockets) Travelling rugs and blankets Manufacture from yarn Manufacture from yarn Manufacture from unbleached yam falling within Chapters 50 to 56 inclusive Chapter Textile fabrics and textile articles, of a kind commonly used in machinery or plant Knitted and crocheted goods Men's and boys' outer garments Manufacture from products falling within heading Nos to inclusive, to inclusive, 54.01, to inclusive, to inclusive and to inclusive or from chemical products or textile pulp Manufacture from natural fibres carded or combed, trom products falling within heading Nos to inclusive, from chemical products or textile pulp Manufacture from yam Bed linen, table linen, toilet linen and kitchen linen; curtains and other furnishing articles Sacks and bags, of a kind used for the packing of goods 1 arpaulins, sails, awnings, sunblinds, tents and camping goods Manufacture from single unbleached yarn Manufacture from chemical products, textile pulp or from natural textile fibres, discontinuous manmade fibres or their waste Manufacture from single unbleached yarn Women's, girls' and infants' outer garments Men's and boys' under garments, including collars, shirt fronts and cuffs Manufacture from yarn Manufacture from yarn ex Other made up textile articles (including dress patterns) excluding fans and hand screens, non-mechanical, frames and handles therefor and parts of such frames and handles Manufacture in which the value of the products used does not exceed 40% of the value of the product obtained Women's, girls' and infants' under garments Handkerchiefs Shawls, scarves, mufflers, mantillas, veils and the like Manufacture from yarn Manufacture from unbleached single yarn Manufacture from unbleached single yarn of natural textile fibres or discontinuous man-made fibres or their waste, or from chemical products or textile pulp Footwear with outer soles and uppers of rubber or artificial plastic material Footwear with outer soles of leather or composition leather; footwear (other than footwear falling within heading No 64.01) with outer soles of rubber or artificial plastic material Manufacture from products falling within heading No Manufacture from products falling within heading No Footwear with outer soles of wood or cork Manufacture from products within heading No falling 31

34 List A (cont'd) List A (cont'd) Tanfi heading No Products obtained Working or processing that docs n<: confer the status of originating products Working or processing thai confers the status of originating products when the following conditions arc mei Tariff heading Products obtain Working or processing that does m confer the status of originating Working or processing that confers the status of originating products when the following conditions arc met Footwear with outer soles of other materials Manufacture from products falling within heading No Blooms, billets, slabs and sheet-bars (including ímplate bars) of iron or steel; pieces roughly shaped by forging, of iron or steel Manufacture from products falling within heading No Felt hats and other felt headgear, being headgear made from the felt hoods and plateaux falling within heading No 65.01, whether or not lined or trimmed Manufacture from fibn Iron or steel coils for re-rolling Manufacture from products falling within heading No Hats and other headgear (including hair nets), knitted or crocheted, or made up from lace, felt or other textile fabric in the piece (but not from strips), whether or not lined or trimmed Manufacture from yarn or textile fibres Universal plates of iron or steel Bars and rods (including wire rod), of iron or steel, hot-rolled, forged, extruded, cold-formed or coldfinished (including precision-made); hollow mining drill steel Manufacture from products falling within heading Nos and Manufacture from products falling within heading No Umbrellas and sunshades (including walking-stick umbrellas, umbrella tents, and garden and similar umbrellas) Manufacture in which the value of the products used docs not exceed 50% of the value of the product obtained Angles, shapes and sections, of iron or steel, hot-rolled, forged, extruded, cold-formed or cold-fini shed; sheci piling of iron or steel, whether or not drilled, punched or made from assembled elements Manufacture from products falling within heading Nos to inclusive, and ex 68.04) ex Articles of artificial abrasives with a basis of silicon carbide Manufacture from silicon carbide falling within heading No ex Hoop and strip, of iron or steel, hot-rolled or cold-rolled Manufacture from products falling within heading Nos to inclusive and Cast, rolled, drawn or blown glass (including flashed or wired glass), in rectangles, surface ground or polished, but not further worked Manufacture from drawn, cast or rolled glass falling within heading Nos and Sheets and plates, of iron or steel, hot-rolled or cold-rolled Manufacture from products falling within heading Nos to inclusive Cast, rolled, drawn or blown glass (including flashed or wired glass), cut to shape other than rectangular shape, or bent or otherwise worked (for example, edge worked or engraved) whether or not surface ground or polished; multiple-walled insulating glass, leaded lights and the like Safety glass consisting of toughened or laminated glass, shaped or not Manufacture from drawn, cast or rolled glass falling within heading Nos to inclusive Manufacture from drawn, cast or rolled glass falling within heading Nos to inclusive Iron or steel wire, whether or not coated, but not insulated Railway and tramway track construction material of iron or steel, the following: rails, check-rails, switch blades, crossings (or frogs), crossing pieces, point rods, rack rails, sleepers, fish-plates, chairs, chair wedges, sole plates (base plates), rail clips, bed-plates, ties and other materials specialized for joining or fixing rails Manufacture from products falling within heading No Manufacture from products falling within heading No Glass mirrors (including rear-view mirrors), un fra med, framed or backed Manufacture from products falling within heading Nos to inclusive Tubes and pipes and blanks therefor, of iron (other than of cast iron) or steel, excluding high-pressure hydro-electric conduits Manufacture from products falling within heading Nos and and products falling within heading No in the forms mentioned in heading Nos and Articles consisting of, or incorporating, pearls, precious or semi-prec'ious stones (natural, synthetic or reconstructed) Manufacture in which the value of the products used does not exceed S0% of the value of the product obtained Wrought bars, rods, angles, shapes and sections, of copper; copper wire Manufacture in which the value of the products used does not exceed 50% of the value of the product obtained 32

35 List A (cont'd) List A (cont'd) Tanfi heading No Products obtained Working or processing that does nc confer the status of originating Working or processing that confers the staius of originating producís when the following conditions arc met Tanfi heading No Products obtained Working or processing that docs not confer the status of originating products Working or processing that confers the status of originating products when the following conditions are met Wrought plates, sheets and strip, of copper Manufacture in which the value of the products used does not exceed 50% of the value of the product obtained Cooking and heating apparatus of a kind used for domestic purposes, not electrically operated, and parts thereof, of copper Manufacture in which the value of the products used does not exceed 50% of the value of the product obtained Copper foil (whether or not embossed, cut to shape, perforated, coated, printed, or backed with paper or other reinforcing material), of a thickness (excluding any backing) not exceeding 0,15 mm Manufacture in which the value of the products used does not exceed 50% of the value of the product obtained Other articles of a kind commonly used for domestic purposes; sanitary ware for indoor use, and parts of such articles and ware, of copper Manufacture in which the value of the products used does not exceed 50% of the value of the product obtained Copper powder and flakes.manufacture in which the value of the products used docs not exceed 50% of the value of the product obtained Oiher articles of copper Manufacture in which the value of the products used does not exceed 50% of the value of the product obtained Tubes and pipes and blanks therefor, of copper; hollow bars of copper Manufacture in which the value of the products used does noi exceed 50% of the value of the produci obtained Wrought bars, rods, angles, shapes and séchons, of nickel; nickel wire Manufacture in which the value of the products used does not exceed 50% of the value of the product obtained Tube and pipe fittings (for example, joints, elbows, sockets and flanges), of copper Manufacture in which the value of the products used docs not exceed 50% of the value of the product obtained Wrought plates, sheets and strip, of nickel; nickel foil; nickel powders and flakes Manufacture in which the value of the products used does not exceed 50% of the value of the product obtained Stranded wire, cables, cordage, ropes, plaited bands and the like, of copper wire, but excluding insulated electric wires and cables Manufacture in which the value of the products used docs riot exceed 50% of the value of the produci obi ai n ed Tubes and pipes and blanks therefor, of nickel; hollow bars, and mbc and pipe finings (for example, joints, elbows, sockets and flanges), of nickel Manufacture in which the value of the products used does not exceed 50% of the value of the product obtained Gauze, cloth, grill, netting, fencing, reinforcing fabric and similar materials (including endless bands), of copper wire; expanded metal, of copper Nails, tacks, staples, hook-nails, spiked cramps, studs, spikes and drawing pins, of copper, or of iron or steel with heads of copper; bolts and nuts (including bolt ends and screw studs), whether or not threaded or tapped, and screws (including screw hooks and screw rings), of copper; rivets, cotters, cotter-pins, washers and spring washers, of copper Springs, of copper Manufacture in which the value of the products used does not exceed 50% of the value of the product obtained Manufacture in which the value of the products used does not exceed 50% of the value of the product obtained Manufacture in which the value of the products used docs not exceed 50% of the value of the produci obtained Electro-plating anodes, of nickel, wrought or un wrought, including those produced by electrolysis Other articles of nickel Wrought bars, rods, angles, shapes and sections, of aluminium; aluminium wire Wrought plates, sheets and strip, of aluminium Manufacture in which the value of the products used does not exceed 50% of the value of the product obtained Manufacture in which the value of the products used does not exceed 50% of the value of the product obtained Manufacture in which the value of the products used does not exceed 50% of the value of the product obtained Manufacture in which the value of the products used docs not exceed 50% of the value of the product obtained 33

36 List A (cont'd) List A (cont'd) Tariff heading Products obtained Working or processing that docs not confer the status of originating products Working or processing that confers the status of originating products when the following conditions are met Tariff heading No Products obtained Wonang or processing that docs not confer the status of originating produas Working or processing that confers the status of originating produas when ihc following conditions arc met Aluminium foil (whether or not embossed, cut to shape, perforated, coated, printed, or backed with paper or other reinforcing material), of a thickness (excluding any backing) not exceeding 0,20 mm Aluminium powders or flakes Manufacture in which the value of the products used does not exceed 50% of the value of the product obiaincd Manufacture in which the value of the products used does not exceed 50% of the value of the product obtained Stranded wire, cables, cordage, ropes, plaited bands and the like, of aluminium wire, but excluding insulated electric wires and cables Articles of a kind commonly used for domestic purposes, sanitary ware for indoor use, and parts of such anieles and ware, of aluminium Other articles of aluminium Manufacture in which the value of the products used docs not exceed 50% of the value of the product obtained Manufacture the produas 50% of the obtained in which the value of used does not exceed value of the produa Manufacture in which the value of the products used does not exceed 50% of the value of the product obtained Tubes and pipes and blanks therefor, of aluminium; hollow bars of aluminium Tube and pipe fittings (for example, joints, elbows, sockets and flanges), of aluminium Manufacture in which the value of the products used docs not exceed 50% of the value of the product obtained Manufacture in which ihc value of the products used does not exceed 50% of the value of the product obtained Wrought bars, rods, angles, shapes and sections, of magnesium; magnesium wire; wrought plates, sheets and strip, of magnesium; magnesium foil; raspings and shavings of uniform size, powders and flakes, of magnesium; tubes and pipes and blanks therefor, of magnesium; hollow bars of magnesium; other articles of magnesium Manufacture the products 50% of the obtained in which the value of used docs not exceed value of the produa Structures, and parts of structures (for example, hangars and other buildings, bridges and bridgesections, towers, lattice masts, roofs, roofing frameworks, door and window frames, balustrades, pillars and columns), of aluminium; plates, rods, angles, shapes, sections, tubes and the like, prepared for use in structures, of aluminium Reservoirs, tanks, vats and similar containers, for any material (other than compressed or liquefied gas), of aluminium, of a capacity exceeding 300 litres, whether or not lined or heat insulated, but not fitted with mechanical or thermal equipment Casks, drums, cans, boxes and similar containers (including rigid and collapsible tubular containers), of aluminium, of a description commonly used for the conveyance or packing of goods Manufacture in which the value of the products used does not exceed 50% of the value of the product obtained Manufacture in which the value of the products used docs not exceed 50% of the value of the product obtained Manufacture in which the value of the products used docs not exceed 50% of the value of the product obtained Wrought bars, rods, angles, shapes and sections, of lead; lead wire Wrought plates, sheets and strip, of lead Lead foil (whether or not embossed, cut to shape, perforated, coated, printed, or backed with paper or other reinforcing material), of a weight (excluding any backing) not exceeding 1,7 kg/m 1 ; lead powders and flakes Tubes and pipes and blanks therefor, of lead; hollow bars and tube and pipe finings (for example, joints, elbows, sockets, flanges and S-bcnds) of lead Other articles of lead Manufacture in which the value of the produas used does not exceed 50% of the value of the product obtained Manufacture in which the value of the products used docs not exceed 50% of the value of the product obtained Manufaaure the products 507o of the obtained in which the value of used does not exceed value of the produa Manufacture in which the value of the products used docs not exceed 50% of the value of the product obtained Manufacture in which the value of the products used does not exceed 50% of the value of the product obtained Containers of aluminium, for pressed or liquified gas Manufacture in which the value of ihe products used does not exceed 507o of the value of the product obtained Wrought bars, rods, angles, shapes and sections, of zinc; zinc wire Manufacture in which the value of the produas used does not exceed 50% of the value of the product obtained 34

37 List A (cont'd) List A (cont'd) Tariff heading Descriptif Working or processing that docs nr confer the status of originating produas Working or processing that confers the status of originating produas when the following conditions are met Tariff heading Products obtained Working or processing that docs nc confer the status of originating produas Working or processing that confers the status of originating produas when the following conditions are met Wrought plates, sheets and strip, of zinc; zinc foil; zinc powders and flakes Manufaaure in which the value of the products used does not exceed 507o of the value of the product obtained Knives and cutting blades, for machines or for mechanical appliances Working, processing or assembly in which the value of the produas used docs not exceed 407o of the value of the product obtained Tubes and pipes and blanks therefor, of zinc; hollow bars, and tube and pipe fittings (for example, joints, elbows, sockets and flanges), of zinc Other articles of zit Wrought bars, rods, angles, shapes and sections, of tin; tin wire Manufacture in which ihc value of the products used does not exceed 50% of the value of the product obtained Manufaaure in which the value of the products used docs not exceed 507o of the value of the produci obtained Manufacture in which the value of the products used does not exceed 507o of the value of the product obtained Chapter K 4 Boilers, machinery and mechanical appliances and pans thereof, excluding refrigerators and refrigerating equipment (electric and other) (heading No 84.15) and sewing machines, including furniture specially designed for sewing machines (heading No ex 84.41) Refrigerators and refrigerating equipment (electrical and other) Working, processing or assembly in which the value of the produas used docs not exceed 40% of the value of the product obtained Working, processing or assembly in which the value of ihe non-originating produas used does not exceed 407o of the value of the produa obtained, and provided that at least 507o in value of the materials and parts (') used are originating produas Wroughi plates, sheets and strip, of Tin foil (whether or not embossed, cut to shape, perforated, coated, printed, or backed with paper or other reinforcing material), of a weight (excluding any backing) not exceeding 1 kg/m 1 ; tin powders and flakes Manufaaure in which the value of the products used does not exceed 507o of the value of the product obtained Manufacture in which the value of the produas used does not exceed 507o of the value of the product obtained Sewing machines; furniture specially designed for sewing machines Working, processing or assembly in which the value of [he non-originating produas used does not exceed 407o of the value of the produa obiained, and provided that: at least 507o in value of the materials and parts (') used for the assembly of the head (motor excluded) arc originating produas, and Tubes and pipes and blanks therefor, of tin; hollow bars, and tube and pipe fittings (for example, joints, elbows, sockets and flanges), of tin Manufaaure in which the value of ihc products used does not exceed 507o of the value of the produci obtained the thread tension, crochet and zigzag mechanisms are originating produas Interchangeable tools for hand tools, for machine tools or for power-operated hand tools (for example, for pressing, stamping, drilling, tapping, threading, boring, broaching, milling, cutting, turning, dressing morticing or screw-driving), including dies for wire drawing, extrusion dies for metal, and rock drilling bits Working, processing or assembly in which the value of the products used does nol exceed 40% of the value of the product obtained Chapter 85 Electrical machinery and equipment and parts thereof, excluding products falling within heading Nos 85. and (') In determining the value of materials and parts, the following must be taken into account: Working, processing or assembly in which the value of the produas used docs not exceed 407n nf the value of the product obtained (a) in respect of originating malcriáis and parts, the first verifiable price paid, or the price which would be paid in case of sale, for the said products on the territory of ihc country where working, processing or assembly is carried out; [b) in respect of other materials and parts, the provisions of Article 4 of the determining: the value of imported products, the value of products of undetermined origin. 35

38 List A (cont'd) List A (cont'd) Tariff heading No Produas obtained Working or processing that does not confer the status of originating produas Working or processing that confers the status of originating produas when the following conditions arc met Tanff heading No Produas obtained Working or processing that docs not confer the status of originating produas Working or processing that confers ihc status of originating produas when the following conditions arc met 85. Microphones and stands therefor; loudspeakers; audio-frequency electric amplifiers Working, processing or assembly in which the value of the non-originating products used does not exceed 40% of the value of the product obtained, and provided thai: at least 50% in value of lhe materials and parts (') used are originating products, and ex Chapter 90 Optical, photographic, cinematographic, measuring, checking, precision, medical and surgical instruments and apparatus and parts thereof, excluding products falling within heading Nos 90.05, (except electrically ignited photographic flashbulbs); 90.08, and Working, processing or assembly in which the value of the produas used does not exceed 40% of the value of the produci obtained Radiotélégraphie and radiotéléphonie transmission and reception apparatus; radio-broadcasting and television transmission and reception apparatus (including receivers incorporating sound recorders or reproducers) and television cameras; radio navigational aid apparatus, radar apparatus and radio remote control apparatus all the transistors are originating produas Working, processing or assembly in which the value of the non-originating produas used does not exceed 40% of the value of the product obtained, and provided that: at least 50% in value of ihc materials and parts used (') are originating products, and all the transistors are originating produas ex Refracting telescopes (monocular and binocular), prismatic or not Photographic cameras; photographic flashlight apparatus and flashbulbs other than discharge lamps failing within heading No 85.20, with the exception of electrically ignited photographic flashbulbs Working, processing or assembly in which the value of the non-originating products used docs not exceed 40% of the value of [he product obtained, and provided that at least 50% in value of the materials and parts (') used are originating products Working, processing or assembly in which (he value of [he non-originaiing produas used docs not exceed 40% of the value of the product obtained, and provided that at least 507o in value of the materials and parts (') used arc originating products Chapter 86 ex Chapter 87 Railway and tramway locomotives, rolling-stock and parts thereof; railway and tramway [rack fixtures and fittings; traffic signalling equipment of all kinds {not electrically powered) Vehicles, other than railway or tramway rolling-stocks, and parís thereof, excluding products of heading No Working, processing or assembly in which the value of the products used does not exceed 40% of the value of the product obtained Working, processing or assembly in which the value of the products used does not exceed 40% of ihe value of the product obtained Cinematographic cameras, projectors, sound recorders and sound reproducers but nor including recorders of film-editing apparatus; any combination of these articles Working, processing or assembly in which the value of the non-originating products used docs not exceed 407o of the value of ihc product obtained, and provided that at least in value of the malcriáis and partsf 1 ) used arc originating prod ucis Moior-cycles, auto-cycles and cycles fitted with an auxiliary motor, with or withou[ side-cars; side-cars of all kinds Working, processing or assembly in which ihc value of the non-originating producís used does not exceed 40% of the value of the product obtained, and provided that at least 507o Ín value of the materials and parts (') used are originating products Compound optical microscopes, whether or not provided with means for photographing or protecting the image Working, processing or assembly in which the value of the non-originating products used does not exceed 40% of the value of the product obtained, and provided that at least 507n in value of the materials and parts (') used are originating produas (') In determining the value of materials and parts, the following must be taken into account: (a) in respect of originating materials and parts, the first verifiable price paid, or the price which would be paid in case of sale, for the said products on the territory of the country where working, processing or assembly is carried out; (b) in rcspea of other materials and parts, the provisions of Article 4 of the determining: the value of imported products, the value of producís of undetermined origin. [ l ] In determining the value of materials and parts, the following must be taken into account: (a) in respect of originating materials and parts, the first verifiable price paid, or the price which would be paid in case of sale, for the said products on the territory of the country where working, processing or assembly is carried out: [b) in respect of other materials and parts, the provisions of Article 4 of the determining- the value of imported products, the value of products of undetermined origin. 36

39 Lul Λ (CÍJIII'J; List A (cont'd) Tariff heading No Produas obtained Working or processing that does not confer the statu, of originating products Working or processing that confers when the follow.ng conditions arc mcl Tariff heading No Produas obtained Working or processing thai does not confer the status of originating products Working or processing that confers the status of originating products when the following conditions arc met Gas, liquid and electricity supply or production meters; calibrating meiers therefor Working, processing or assembly in which the value of the non originating products used does not exceed 40",, of the value of the product obtained, and provided thai at least 507o m value of the materials and pansf 1 ) used arc originating products Gramophones, dictating machines and other sound recorders or reproducers, including record players and tape decks, with or without sound heads; television image and sound recorders and reproducers Working, processing or assembly in which the value of the non originating products used does not exceed 407o of the value of the product obtained, and provided that: at least 507o in value of the materials and parts (') used arc originating products, and all the transistors are originating produas ex Chapter 91 Clocks and watches and pans thereof, excluding products falling within heading Nos and Working, processing or assembly m which the value of the produas used does not exceed 40% of ihc value of the product obtained Chapter 95 Arms and ammunition; parts ihereof Manufaaure in which the value of the produas used does not exceed 507o of the value of the product obtained Other clocks Clock movements, assembled Working, processing or assembly in which the value of the non originating products used docs not exceed 40% ot the value of ihe product obiaincd, and provided thai at least 50% in value of the materials and parts (') used are originating products Working, processing or assembly in which the value of ihe non originating produas used docs not exceed 407o of the value of the product obtained, and provided that at least 507c. in value of the materials and parts (') used are originating products ex Other brooms and brushes (including brushes of a kind used as pans of machines); paint rollers; squeegees (other than roller squeegees) and mops Other toys; working models of a kind used for recreational purposes Buttons and button moulds, studs, cuff links, and press fasteners, including snap fasteners and pressstuds; blanks and pans of such articles Manufacture in which the value of the produas used does not exceed 50%. of the value of the product obtained Manufaaure in which the value of the produas used docs not exceed 507o of the value of the produa obtained Manufacture in which the value of (he produas used does not exceed 50% of the value of the produa obtained Typewriter and similar ribbons, whether or not on spools; ink pads, with or without boxes Manufacture in which the value of the produas used docs not exceed 507o of ihe value of the produa obtained ex Chapter 92 Musical instruments; sound recorders or reproducers; television image and sound recorders or reproducers, parts and accessories of such anieles, excluding products of heading No Working, processing or assembly in which the value of the produas used does not exceed 407o of the value of the product obtained (') In determining the value of materials and parts, the following must be taken into account: (a) ín respect of originating malerials and parts, the first verifiable price paid, or ihe price which would be paid in case of sale, for the said products on the territory of the country where working, processing or assembly is carried out, (b) in respect of other materials and pans, the provisions of Article 4 of the determining: the value of imported products, the value of products of undetermined origin.!') In determining the value of materials and pans, the following must be taken into account: (a) in respect of originating materials and parts, ihe first verifiable price paid, or the price which would be paid in case of sale, for the said products on ihe territory of the country where working, processing or assembly is carried out; (b) in respect of other materials and parts, the provisions of Article 4 of the determining: the value of imported products, the value of products of undetermined origin. 37

40 List Β (cont'd) Produas obtained List of working or processing operations which do not result in a change in the nomenclature heading but which do confer the status of originating products on the products undergoing such operations Tariff heading No Working or processing that confers the status of originating products Tariff heading No Produas obtained Working or processing that confers the status of originating products Incorporation of non originating materials and pans in machinery or mechanical appliances falling within Chapters 84 to 92 does not make such products lose [heir status of originating products, provided that the value of the non originating materials and pans used does not exceed 5% of the value of ihe product obtained ex ex ex Chapter 38 Essential oils (terpeneless or not}, concretes and abso lutes; resinoids; terpenic by products of the deterpena tion of essential oils Prepared enzymes not elsewhere specified o included Miscellaneous chemical products, other th an refined tall oil (ex 38.05) and wood pitch (wood tat pitch) {ex 38.09) Manufaaure from concentrates of essential oils in fats, in fixed oils, or in waxes or the like, obtained by cold absorption or by maceration Manufacture from enzymes or prepared enzymes of which (he value does not exceed 507o of the value of the product obtained Working or processing m which the value of the nonoriginating matenals used does not exceed 207o of the value of the produa obtained Shellac, seed lac, stick lac and other lacs; natural gums, resins, gum resins and balsams Working, processing or assembly in which the value of the materials and parts used does noi exceed 50 % of the value of the finished produci ex ex Refined tall oil Wood pitch (wood tar pitch) Refining of crude tall oil Distillation of wood tar ex ex ex ex Refined lanolin Fatty alcohols Prepared mustard Marble squared by sawing, of a thickness of 25 cm or Manufaaure from crude wool grease Manufacture from fatty acids Manufacture from mustard flour Sawing into slabs or sections, polishing, grinding and cleaning* of marble, including marble not funher worked than roughly split, roughly squared or squared by sawing, more than 25 cm in thickness Chapter 39 ex ex ex Artificial resins and plastic materials, ccllu and ethers; articles thereof Slabs of crepe rubber for soles ose esters Vulcanized rubber thread and cord, textile covered Sheep's and lambs' skins wiihout the wool Working or processing in which the value of the nonoriginating materials used does not exceed 20% of the value of the product obtained Lamina:ion of crepe sheets of natural rubber Manufacture from vulcanized rubber thread or cord, not icxtile covercd Removing wool from sheep's and lambs' skins in ihc wool Chapters 28 to 37 ex: Granite, porphyry, basali, sandstone and other monumental and building stone, squared by sawing, of a thickness of 25 cm or less Calcined dolomite; agglomerated dolomiic (including tarred dolomite) Other magnesium oxide, whether or not chemically pure Earth colours, calcined or powdered Producís of the chemical and allied industries excluding sulphuric anhydride (ex 28.13), lannins (ex 32.01), essential oils, resinoids and lerpcnic by products (ex 33.01), prepared enzymes not elsewhere specified or included (ex 35.07) Sulphuric anhydride Sawing of granite, porphyry, basalt, sandstone and other building stone, including such stone not further worked than roughly split, roughly squared or squared by sawing, more than 25 cm in thickness Calcination of unworked dolomite Manufacture from natural magnesium carbonate (magnesite) Crushing and calcination or powdering of earth colours Working or processing in which the value of the non originating produas used does not exceed 20 % of the value of ihe finished product Manufacture from sulphur dioxide ex ex ex ex ex ex ex ex ex ex ex ex Retanncd skin leather of Indian hair sheep Retanned Indian goat or kid skin leather Casks, barrels, vats, tubs, buckets and othc products and parts thereof Printed fabrics r coopers' Rctanning of Indian hair sheep skin leather not further prepared than tanned Rctanning of Indian goat or kid skin leather not funher prepared than tanned Manufacture from riven staves of wood, not funher prepared than sawn on one principal surface; sawn staves of wood, of which at least one principal surface has been cylindrically sawn, not further prepared than sawn Printing accompanied by finishing operations (bleaching, dressing, drying, steaming, burling, mending, impregnating, sanforizing, mercerizing) of fabrics the value of which docs not exceed 47,57o of the value of the procua obtained ex Tannins (tannic acids), including water extracted gallnut [annin, and their salts, ethers, esters and other derivatives Manufacture from tanning extracts of vegetable origin ex ex Feather dusters Articles of slate, including anieles of agglom rated slate Manufacture from feathers, parts of feathers or down Manufacture of articles of slaic 38

41 Lut B (cont'd) List Β (cont'd) Tariff heading No Products obtained Working or processing that confers the status of originating products Tariff heading No Produas obtained Working or processing that confers the status of originating produas Hand polishing stones, whetstones, oilstones, hones and the like, of natural stone, of agglomerated natural or artificial abrasives, or of pottery Cutting, adjusting and gluing of abrasive materials, which, owing to their shape, are not recognizable as being intended for hand use Alloy steel and high carbon steel: in the forms mentioned in heading Nos to 75,13 Manufaaure from products in the forms mentioned in heading No Articles of asbestos; articles of mixtures with a basis of asbestos or of mixtures with a basis of asbestos and magnesium carbonate Manufaaure of articles of asbestos or of mixtures with a basis of asbestos, or of mixtures with a basis of asbestos and magnesium carbonate in the forms mentioned n heading No 73. Unrefined copper (blister copper and other) Manufacture from products in the forms mentioned in heading No or Smelting of copper matte Articles of mica, including bonded mica splittings on a support of paper or fabric Manufacture of articles of mica Refined copper Fire refining or electrolytic refining of unrefined copper (blister copper and other), copper wasic or scrap Cut glass bottles Cut glassware (other than articles falling within heading No 70.19) of a kind commonly used for table, kitchen, toilet or office purposes, for indoor decoration, or for similar uses Articles made from glass fibre Cutting of bottles the value of which does not exceed 50% of the value of the product obtained Cutting of glassware ihe value of which does not exceed 507a of the value of the produa obtained Manufaaure from unworked glass fibre ex Copper alloy Unwrought nickel (excluding electro plating anodes op heading No 75.05). Unwrought nickel except nickel alloys îother articles of aluminium Fusion and thermal treatment of refined copper, copper waste or scrap Refining by electrolysis, by fusion or chemically, of nickel mattes, nickel spciss and other intermediate products of nickel metallurgy Refining of waste by electrolysis, by melting or by chemical means of waste and scrap Manufacture in which gauze, cloth, grill, netting, fencing, reinforcing fabric and similar materials (including endless bands) of aluminium wire, or expanded melai of aluminium are used the value of which does not exceed 50% of the value of the produa obtained Precious and semi precious stones, cut or otherwise worked, but not mounted, set or strung (except ungraded stones temporarily strung for convenience of transpon) Manufacture from unworked precious and semiprecious stones Other articles of magnesium Manufacture from wrought bars, rods, angles, shapes and sections, plates, sheets and strip, wire, foil, raspings and shavings of uniform size, powders and flakes, tubes and pipes and blanks iherefor, hollow bars, of magnesium, the value of which does no[ exceed 50% of the value of the produci obtained Synthetic or reconstructed precious or semi precious siones, cut or otherwise worked, but not mounted, set or strung (except ungraded stones temporarily strung for convenience of transport) Manufacture from unworked synthetic or reconstructed precious or semi precious stones Beryllium, wrought Rolling, drawing or grinding of unwrought beryllium the value of which does not exceed 50% of the value of the produa obtained Silver and silver alloys, including silver gilt and platinum plated silver, semi manufactured Rolling, drawing, beating or grinding of silver and silver alloys unwrought Tungsten, wrought Manufaaure from unwrought tungsten the value of which docs not exceed 50% of the value of the product obtained Rolled silver, semi manufactured Rolling, drawing, beating or grinding of rolled silver unworked Molybdenum, wrought Manufacture from unwrought molybdenum the value of which docs not exceed 50% of the value of the product obtained Gold, including platinum plated gold, scmi manufac Hired Rolled gold on base metal or silver, semi manufactured Rolling, drawing, beating or grinding of gold, including platinum plaicd gold Rolling, drawing, beating or grinding of rolled gold on base metal or silver unwrought unwrought Tantalum, wrought Manufacture from unwrought tantalum the value of which does not exceed 507o of the value of the product obtained Platinum and other metals of the platinum group, semi manufactured Rolling, drawing, beating or grinding of unwrought platinum and other metals of the platinum group Other base metals, wrought Manufacture from other base metals, unwrought, ihe value of which docs not exceed 507. of the value of the product obtained Rolled platinum or other platinum group metals, on base metal or precious metal, semi manufactured Rolling, drawing, beating or grinding of unworked rolled platinum or other platinum group metals on base metal or precious metal Knives with cutting blades, serrated or not (including pruning knives), other ihan knives falling within heading No Manufacture from knife blades 39

42 List Β (cont'd) Tariff heading No ex Products obtained Steam engines (including mobile engines, but noi steam tractors falling within heading No or mechanically propelled road rollers) wiih self contained boilers Internal combustion piston engines Working or processing that confers die status of originating produas Working, processing or assembly using products, the value of which does not exceed 40% ot the value of the product obtained Working, processing or assembly in which the value of ihe products used docs not exceed 40% of ihe value of the product obtained List of products for which Ihe provisions of Articles 1 (1) and 2 lo 4 of (EEC) ex Tariff heading No No 3749/83 do not a PP'> Assimilated aromatic oils as defined in Note 1 to Chapter 27, ot which more than 65% by volume distils at a temperature of up to 250 C including mixtures of petroleum spirit and benzol), intendei! lor use as power or heating fuels ex ex Engines and motors, excluding reaction engines and gas turbines Sewing machines, including furniture for sewing machines Working, processing or assemblv m which the value of ihe non originating products does not exceed 40% oi the value of the product obtained and provided that at leasi 507 in value of the materials and parts (') used are originating products Working, processing or assembly in which the value ot the non originating producís used does not exceed 41)".., of the value of the product obtained, and provided that ex ) r Mineral oils and products of their distillation; bituminous substances; mineral waxes Hydrocarbons: acyclic cyclanes and cyclcnes, excluding azulenes benzene, toluene, xylenes at least 50% in value of the materials and parts (') used for assembly of ihe head (motor excluded) artoriginating products, and intended for use as power or heating tuels ex Articles in tortoise shell, mother of pearl, ivory, bone. horn, coral (natural or agglomerated) and other animal carving material the thread tension, crochet and zigzag mechanisms are originating products Manufaaure from tortoise shell, mother ol pearl. ivory, bone, horn, coral (natural or agglomerated) and other animal carving material; worked ex ex Lubricating preparations containing petroleum oils or oils obtained from bituminous minerals, bui not including preparations containing 707D or more by weight of petroleum oils or of oils obtained from bituminous minerals Waxes with a basis of paraffin wax, of petroleum waxes, of waxes obtained from bituminous minerals, of slack wax or ot scale wax ex Articles in vegetable carving materia] (for example corozo), meerschaum and amber, natural or reconstituted, jet (and mineral substitutes for jet) Manufacture from vegetable carving material (for example corozo), meerschaum and amber, natural or reconstituted, jet (and mineral substitutes for jet); worked ex 38. Prepared additives for lubricants cv Brushes and brooms Manufacture using prepared knots and tufts for broom or brush making the value of which does not exceed 507o of the value of the product obtained ex Smoking pipes including pipe bowls Manufacture from roughly shaped blocks In determining the value of materials and pans, the following must be taken into account: (a) in respect of originating materials and parts, the first verifiable price paid, or the price which would be paid in case of sale, for the said products on the territory of the country where working, processing or assembly is carried out; (b) in respect of other materials and pans, the provisions of Article 4 of the determining: the value of imported producís. the value of products of undetermined origin. 40

43 F O R M A P R N o ^ 1 Exporter (Name, full addret 4 I C o n s i g n e e (Name, full addre ss count ry) L_I F o r m u s e d for true generalized s y s t e m of preferences J Declaration by the exporter I. the undersigned, exporter of the g o o d s described below. declare that the g o o d s c o m p l y with the r e q u i r e m e n t s for the c o m p l e t i o n of this f o r m a n d that the g o o d s have o b t a i n e d the status of originating p r o d u c t s within the provisions governing the generalized system of preferences to be exported to the country s h o w n in box 9. Part 1 Place a n d date O <ro cu S i g n a t u r e of e x p o r t e r _ZJ Origin criterion (1), r e m a r k s (2) C o u n t r y of origin C o u n t r y of destination (3) G r o s s w e i g h t (kg), 11 I M a r k s, n u m b e r s off c o n s i g n m e n t a n d description of g o o d s 1 2 J Authority in the exporting country responsible for verification of the declaration by the exporter ( ι ) <2) (3) See notes on part 2. Refer to any ventica :ion already carni Insert the co i_i n t ri es. groups of couintr jthonties Countries w h i c h a c c e p t this f o r m for the Austria Finland N o r w a y S w e d e n Switzerland IM C Τ E S (1982) p u r p o s e s of the generaliz European c o n o m ie C o m m unity : Bef g ium Denmark. France Federal Republic; of G e r m a n y G r e e c e ïd s y s t e m of p r e f e r e n c e s (GSF»>: Ireland Italy Luxe m b o u rg Netherlands United K i n g d o m Full details of the conditions covering admission to the <3S/=> in these countries are obtainable from the designated authorities in the exporting preference-receiving countries or from the customs authorities of the preference-giving countries listed above, /\n information note is a/so obtainable from the UNCTAD secretariat. G e n e r& I conditions X o q uai i f y for preference (a) products must: fall within a description of products eligible for preference in the country of destination. "The description entered on the form must be sufficiently detailed to enable the products to be identified by the c u s t o m s officer examining them; (b) c o m p l y with the rules of origin of the country of destination. Each article in a c o n s i g n m e n t must qualify separately in its o w n right; a n d (c) c o m p l y with the c o n s i g n m e n t conditions specified by the country of destination. In general, products must be c o n s i g n e d direct from the country of exportation to the country of destination but p a s s a g e through intermediate countries subject to certain conditions is accepted. Entries to b e m a d e in b o x T Preference products must either be wholly obtained in a c c o r d a n c e with the rules of the country of destination or sufficiently w o r k e d or p r o c e s s e d to fulfil the requirements of that country's origin rules. (a) Products wholly obtained: enter the letter *P* in box Ύ. (b> Products sufficiently w o r k e d or processed: enter letter 'W' in box T followed by the C u s t o m s Cooperation Council Nomenclature tariff heading of the exported product (exam pie " W* 98.02).

44 K3j Request for verification Xhe verification of the declaration by front of this form is requested (*) the exporter on the ΛΛ\ Result of verification Verification carried out shows that (1) the statements and particulars given in this form are this form does not meet the requirements as to accu (Place and elate) Sta m p (Place and date) Stamp (Signature) (Signature) I < t ) Place an X where applicable. (") Subsequent verifications of forms APR shall be carried out at random or whenever the customs authorities of the importing country h of the information regarding the authenticity of the forms and the true origin of the goods in question. ïasonable doubt as to the ^curacy Instructions for the completion of form ARR A form APR may be made out only for goods which in the exporting country fulfil the conditions specified by provisions governing the generalized system of preferences These provisions must be studied carefully before the form is completed. (See notes on part 2.) In the case of consignment by parcel post the exporter attaches the form to the dispatch note. In the case of consignment by letter post he encloses the form in the package The reference APP and the serial of the form should be stated on the customs green label declaration C 1 or on the customs declaration C2/CP3, as appropriate. These instructions do not exempt the exporter from complying with any other formalities required by customs or postal regulations. An exporter who uses this form is obliged to submit to the appropriate authorities any supporting evidence which they may require and to agree to any inspection by them of his accounts and of the processes of manufacture of the goods described on box 1 1 of this form.

45 F O R M U L A I R E AF»IR rsio. 2 l E x p o r t a t e u r (nom. adresse complète, pays) 3 I Destinataire (nom. adress nplète. pays) ΈΓ Formulaire utilisé pour le système généralisé de préférences Déclaration de l'exportateur Partie 1 U e soussigné, exportateur des m archa η dises désignées cidessous, déclare qu'elles remplissent les conditions requises pour l'établisse m ent du présent for m ulaire et qu'elles ont acquis le caractère de produits originaires dans les conditions prévues par les dispositions régissant le systè m e généralisé de préférences pour être exportées à destination du pays visé à la case Q 5 I l_ïeu et date Signature de l'exportateur 7 I Critère d'origine (1), observations (2) Pays d'origine Rays d e d e s t i n a t i o n (3).5i Toi Roids brut (kg) LU Pvl arques, nu mé ros de l'envoi et désignation des ma rchand is «es A d mi nistration ou s ervice du p a y s d ' e x p o r t a tion (4) c h a r g é du c o n t r ô l e a posteriori d e la d é c l a r a t i o n de l ' e x p o r t a t e u r ( 1 ) Voir notes de la p artie 2. (2) Indiquer les références au contr (3) Indiquer les pays, groupes de ρε ion ou le ser M O T E S (19Θ2) Ra rt i e 2 Rays qui acceptent ce formulaire aux fins du système généralisé de préférences <SGR) : Autriche Communauté économique européenne: Finlande Allemagne, République fédérale d' Irlande Norvège Belgique Italie Suède Danemark Luxem bou rg Suisse France Pays Bas Grèce Roy au me U ni Des détails complets sur les conditions régissant l'admission au bénéfice du SGF^ dans ces pays peuvent être obtenus des autorités désignées par les pays exportateurs bénéficiaires ou de l'administra t/on des douanes des pays don neu rs gui lig ure n t dans la lis te ci-dessus. Une note d'information peut également être obten ue auprès du secrétariat de la <Cf\ft IC~~.TD C o n d i t i o n s g é n é r a l e s Pour être ad m is au bénéfice des préférences, les produits doivent: a) correspond re à la définition établie des produits pouvant bénéficier du régime de préférences da La description figurant sur le formulaire doit être suffisamment détaillée pour que les produ its do u anes qui les exa m ine; b) satisfaire aux règles d'origine du pays de destination. Chacun des articles d'une même expédition doit répondre aux conditions prescrites; et c) satisfaire aux conditions d'expédition spécifiées par le pays de destination. Fin général, les produits doivent être expédiés directement d u pays d'exportation au p; conditions le? passage par des pays i n ter m édiaires est accepté. Indications à porter dans la case "7 Poi f o rr n s le pays de destination, puissent être identifies par 'agent des de destination; toutefois, sous bénéficier des préférences, les produits doivent avoir été, soit e nt i ère m e nt obtenus, soit suffisamment tor m e s î m ont aux règles d'origino des pays dt; destination. a) Produits entièrement obtenus : ii y a lieu d'inscrire la lettre «Ρ dans la case Ύ. t>1 Produits suffisamment ouvrés ou transformés ; il y a lieu d'inscrire dans la case Ύ la lettre < W par le produit exporté dans la Nomenclature du Conseil de coopération douanière. Exemple : certaines suivie de la position tarifaire occupée W

46 Demande de controle Le contrôle de la déclaration de l'exportateur figurant au recto du présent formulaire est sollicité C*). X 4 JRésultat du controle Le contrôle effectué a permis de constater que (1) [ les indications et mentions portées sur le présent for mulaire sont exactes. le présent formulaire ne répond pas aux conditions d'authenticité et de régularité requises (voir les remarques ci-annexées). Cachet Cachet (Signature) (Signature) < 1 ) Marquer d'un X la mention applicable. "Ole a posteriore des form u lai re s APR est effectue a ti ie l'authenticité du formulaire et l'exactitude des renseigr e de sondage ou chaque fois que les autorités du pays d'importation on des doutes fondés ^ments relatifs â l'origine réelle de la marchandise en cause. Instructions relatives à l'établissement du for faire ARR Peuvent seules donner li à l'établissement d'un formulaire APR les marchandises qui dans le pays d'exportation remplissent les conditions prévues par les dispositions régissant le système general.sé de préférences Ces dispositions doivent être soigneusement étudiées avant de remplir le formulaire (voir les notes de la partie 2) L'exportateur attache le formulaire au bullet.n d'expédition lorsqu'il s'agit d'un envoi par colis postal ou l'insère dans le colis lorsqu'il s'agit d'un envoi par la poste aux lettres En outre..1 porte soit sur l'étiquette verte C 1 soit sur la déclaration en douane C 2/CP3 la mention APR suivie du numéro de série du formulaire. Ces instructions ne dispensent pas l'exportateur de l'accomplissement des autres formalités prévues dans les règlements douaniers ou postaux. L. usage du formulaire constitue pour l'exportateur l'engagement de présenter aux autorités compétentes toutes justifications que celles-ci jugent nécessaires et d'accepter tout controle par lesdites autorites de sa comptabilité et des circonstances de la fabrication des marchandises désignées dans la case 1 1 du formulaire

47 Goods consigned from (exporter's business name, address, country) Reference Né 2. Goods consigned to. (consignee's name, address, country) GENERALIZED SYSTEM OF PREFERENCES C E R T I F I C A T E O F O R I G I N (Combined declaration and certificate) F O R M A. Issued in (Country) See notes overleaf 3. Means of transport and route (as far as known) 4. Eor official use Item 6. IVXarks and s of packages 7. Number and kind of packages; description ογ goods Origin criterion (see notes overleaf) 9. Gross weight or other quantity IO. Number and date of invoices Certification It is hereby certified, on the hasis of control carried out. declaration by the exporter is correct. that the Declaration by the exporter The undersigned hereby declares that the above detai Is and ments are correct ; that all the goods were produced in and that they comply with the those goods in the generalized exported to (Country) state origin requirements specified for system ογ preferences for goods (Importing country) and *<-«- no of ccrtilvine fiacre and date. 7 «! ^tctot.

48 N O T E S (1982) Countries which accept Form A tor trie purposes of the generalized system of preferences (GSP): Australia* Norway European Economic Community: Austria Sweden Belgium Ireland Canada Switzerland Denmark Italy Finland United States of America France Luxembourg Japan Federal Republic of Germany Netherlands New Zealand Greece United Kingdom People's Republic of Bulgaria Czechoslovak Socialist Republic Hungarian People's Republic Polish People's Republic Union of Soviet Socialist Republics Full details of the conditions co vering admission to the GSP in these countries are obtainable from the designated authorities in the exporting preference-receiving countries or from the customs authorities of the preference-giving countries listed above. An information note is also obtainable from the UNCTAD secretariat. General conditions To qualify for preference, products must: (a) fall within a description of products eligible for preference in the country of destination. The description entered on the form must be sufficiently detailed to enable the products to be identified by the customs officer examining them; (b) comply with the rules of origin of the country of destination. Each article in a consignment must duality separately in its own right; and (c) comply with the consignment conditions specified by the country of destination. In general, products must be consigned direct from the country of exportation to the country of destination but most preference-giving countries accept passage through intermediate countries subject to certain conditions. (For Australia, direct consignment is not Entries to be made in box 8 Preference products must either be wholly obtained in accordance with the rules of the country of destinatio sufficiently worked or processed to fulfil the requirements of that country's origin rules. (a) Products wholly obtained: for export to all countries listed in Section I, enter the letter 'P' in box 8 (for Australia and New Zealand box 8 may be left blank). (b) Products sufficiently worked or processed: for export to the countries specified below, the entry in box 8 should be as follows: (1 ) United States of America: for single country shipments enter the letter "V in box 8. for shipments from recognized associations of countries, enter the letter 'Z' followed by the sum of the cost or value of the domestic materials and the direct cost of processing, expressed as a percentage of the ex-factory price of the exported products (example Ύ' 35% or 'Z.' 35%). (2) Canada: for products which meet origin criteria from working or processing in more than one eligible least developed country, enter the letter 'C3* in box 8: otherwise "F*. (3) Austria. Finland, Japan. Norway. Sweden. Switzerland and the European Economic Community: enter the letter 'W' in box 8 followed by the Customs Cooperation Council Nomenclature tariff heading of the exported product (example 'W 98.02). (4) Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Poland andthe USSR: for products which include value added in the exporting preference-receiving country, enter the letter Ύ' in box 8 followed by the value of imported materials and components expressed as a percentage of the fob price of the exported products (example Ύ' 45%); for products obtained in a preference-receiving country and worked or processed in one or more other such countries enter 'PK'. (5) Australia and New Zealand: completion of box 8 is not required. It is sufficient that a declaration be properly made in box 12. n or For Australia, the main requirements is the exporter's declaration on the normal commercial invoice. Form A. by the normal commercial invoice, is an acceptable alternative, but official certification is not required. accompanied

49 1. Expéditeur (nom, adresse, pays de l'exportateur) Référence n c Destinataire (nom, adresse, pays) Dé li-vre SYSTEME GENERALISE DE PREFERENCES C E R T I F I C A T D O R ICïI Γνί E ( Déclaration et certificat) F O R M U L E A en 3. Moyen de transport et itinéraire (si connus) F*our usage officiel Voir notes au N d'ordre 6. Marques et numéros des colis 7. Nombre et type de colis; description des marchandises Cri tére d'origine (voir notes au verse* > J'oids brut ou q uanti 1 O. N et date de la facture Certificat 11 est certi fié, sur la base d LI contrôle effectué, q ue de l'exportateur est exacte. ia déclara, ti or Déclaration de l'exportateur Le soussigné déclare Que les mentions et indications ci-dessus sont exactes, que toutes ces marchandises ont été produites en et qu'elles remplissent les conditions d'origine requises par le système généralisé de préférences pour être exportées à destination de r>a>-s im oor -

50 M O T E S (1982) F»ays qui a c c e p t e n t la f o r m u l e A. a u x fins d u s y s t è m e g e n e r a l i s e d e p r é f é r e n c e s (SGI=»> : Australie* Japon O o m m u n a u t é é c o n o m i q u e européenne: Autriche Norvège _ Allemagne, République fédérale d' Irlande C a n a d a Nouvelle Zélande Belgique Italie États Unis d'amérique S u é d e Danemark Luxembourg Finlande Suisse France Pays Bas G r è c e Royaume Uni République populaire de Bulgarie République populaire de Pologne République populaire hongroise République socialiste tchécoslovaque Union des Républiques socialistes soviétiques O e s détails complets sur les conditions régissant l'admission au bénéfice du S<3/= dans ces pays peuvent être obtenus des autorités désignées par les pays exportateurs bénéficiaires ou de l'administration des douanes des pays donneurs qui figurent dans la liste ci-dessus. Une note d'information peut également être obtenue du secrétariat de la Cf\lLJ'CE.D'. C o n d i t i o n s g é n é r a l e s Pour être admis au bénéfice des préférences, les produits doivent: a) correspondre à la définition établie des produits pouvant bénéficier du régime de préférences dans le pays de destination. La description figurant sur la formule doit être suffisamment détaillée pour que les produits puissent être identifiés par l'agent des douanes qui les examine; b) satisfaire aux règles d'origine du pays de destination. C h a c u n des articles d'une m ê m e expédition doit répondre aux conditions prescrites; et c) satisfaire aux conditions d'expédition spécifiées par le pays d e destination. En général, les produits doivent être expédiés directement du pays d'exportation au pays de destination; toutefois, la plupart des pays donneurs de préférences acceptent sous certaines conditions le passage par des pays intermédiaires (pour l'australie, l'expédition directe n'est pas nécessaire). Indications à porter d a n s la c a s e 8 Pour bénéficier des préférences, les produits doivent avoir été, soit entièrement obtenus, soit suffisament ouvrés ou transformés conformément aux règles d'origine des pays de destination. a) Produits entièrement obtenus: pour l'exportation vers tous les pays figurant dans la liste de la section I, il y a lieu d'inscrire la lettre «P.. dans la case β (pour l'australie et la Nouvelle Zélande, la case S peut être laissée en blanc). t>) Produits suffisamment ouvrés ou transformés: pour l'exportation vers les pays figurant ci après, les indications à porter dans la case Θ doivent être les suivantes: 1 États Unis d'amérique: dans le cas d'expédition provenant d'un seul pays, inscrire la lettre «Y» ou, dans le cas d'expéditions provenant d'un groupe de pays reconnu c o m m e un seul, la lettre «Z», suivie de la s o m m e du coût ou de la valeur des matières et du coût direct de la transformation, exprimée en pourcentage du prix départ usine des marchandises exportées (exemple: «Y 3 5 % ou»z» 3 5 % ) ; 2. Canada: il y a lieu d'inscrire dans la case β la lettre «C3 pour les produits qui satisfont aux critères d'origine après ouvraison ou transformation dans plusieurs des pays les moins avancés; sinon, inscrire la lettre "F"; 3. Autriche, Finlande, Japon, Norvège, Suède, Suisse et C o m m u nauté é c o n o m i q u e européenne: il y a lieu d'inscrire dans la case 8 la lettre..w» suivie de la position tarifaire o c c u p é e par le produit exporté dans la Nomenclature du Conseil de coopération douanière (exemple: «W» 98.02): 4. Bulgarie, Pologne. Hongrie, "Tchécoslovaquie et U R S S : pour les produits avec valeur ajoutée dans le pays exportateur bénéficiaire de préférences, il y a lieu d'inscrire la lettre «Y» dans la case 8. en la faisant suivre de la valeur des matières et des c o m p o s a n t s importés, exprimée en pourcentage d u prix fob d e s m a r c h a n d i s e s exportées (exemple: «Y 4 5 % ) ; pour les produits obtenus dans un pays bénéficiaire de préférences et ouvrés ou transformés dans un ou plusieurs autres pays bénéficiaires, il y a lieu d'inscrire les lettres Pk» dans la case Australie et Nouvelle Zélande: il n'est pas nécessaire de remplir la case 8. Il suffit de faire une déclaratio dans la case 12. η appropriée Pour l'australie, l'exigence de base est une attestation de l'exportateur sur la facture habituelle. La formule A, a c c o m p a g n é e de la facture habituelle, peut être acceptée en remplacement, mais une certification officielle n'est pas exigée.

51 BENEFICIARIES OF THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME FOR 1986 LIST A 660 Afghanistan Algeria 330 Angola 459 Antigua and Barbuda 528 Argentina 453 Bahamas 640 Bahrain 666 Bangladesh Barbados 421 Belize^ 284 Benin Bhutan Bolivia 391 Botswana Brazil 703 Brunei Danissa lam 236 Burkina Faso Burma 328 Burundi Cameroon 306 Central African Republic Chad Chile 480 Colombia 375 Comoros Congo 436 Costa Rica 448 Cuba 600 Cyprus 460 Dominica 456 Dominican Republic 500 Ecuador 220 Egypt 428 El Salvador 310 Equatorial Guinea Ethiopia Fiji 3 Gabon 252 Gambia Ghana 473 Grenada 416 Guatemala 260 Guinea Guinea Bissau Guyana 452 Haiti Honduras 664 India 700 Indonesia 616 Iran 612 Iraq 272 Ivory Coast 464 Jamaica 338 Djibouti Jordan 696 Kampuchea (Cambodia) 346 Kenya 812 Kiribati 636 Kuwait 684 Laos Lebanon 395 Lesotho Liberia 216 Libya I. Independent countries' 370 Madagascar 386 Malawi Malaysia Ί 667 Maldives Mali Mauritania 373 Mauritius 412 Mexico 204 Morocco 366 Mozambique 803 Nauru 672 Nepal Nicaragua 240 Niger Nigeria 652 North Yemen Oman 662 Pakistan 442 Panama 801 Papua New Guinea 520 Paraguay 504 Peru 708 Philippines 644 Qatar 247 Republic of Cape Verde Rwanda Western Samoa Sao Tome and Principe Saudi Arabia 248 Senegal 355 Seychelles and dependencies Sierra Leone Singapore 806 Solomon Islands 342 Somalia South Korea 656 South Yemen Sri Lanka 450 St Christopher and Nevis 465 St Lucia 467 St Vincent 224 Sudan Suriname 393 Swaziland 608 Syria 352 Tanzania Thailand 280 Togo Tonga Trinidad and Tobago 212 Tunisia 807 Tuvalu 350 Uganda United Arab Emirates 524 Uruguay 816 Vanuatu 484 Venezuela 690 Vietnam 048 Yugoslavia 322 Zaire 378 Zambia 382 Zimbabwe The countries in italics are those which benefit only from preferences under the GSP. The other countries consist of the 66 ACP States and those 9 countries which have concluded a bilateral preferential agreement with the Community (Algeria. Cyprus, Egypt. Jordan. Lebanon. Morocco, Syria. Tunisia and Yugoslavia). 1 The code preceding the name of each beneficiary countrv or territory is that given in December 1985 (OJ L 326, ). This countrv is also included in List B. Geonomenclaturc 1986' (Commission (EEC) No 3431/85 of 5 49

52 LIST A II. Countries and territories dependent or administered, or for whose external relations Member States of the Community or third countries are wholly or partly responsible 808 American Oceania Australian Oceania (Christmas Island, Cocos (Keeling) Islands, Heard Island and McDonald Islands, Norfolk Island) 413 Bermuda 357 British Indian Ocean Territory 463 Cayman Islands 529 Falkland Islands and dependencies 822 French Polynesia 044 Gibraltar 406 Greenland 740 Hong Kong 743 Macao 377 Mayotte 476 Netherlands Antilles 809 New Caledonia and dependencies 8 New Zealand Oceania (Tokelau and Niue Islands: Cook Islands) 813 Pitcairn 890 Polar regions (French Southern and Antarctic Territories, Australian Antarctic Territories, British Antarctic Territories) 329 St Helena and dependencies 454 Turks and Caicos Islands 457 Virgin Islands of the United States 811 Wallis and Futuna Islands 450 West Indies Note: The above lists may be amended subsequently to take account of changes in the international status of countries or territories. 1 American Oceania includes: Guam, American Samoa (including Swain's Island), Midway Islands. Johnston and Sand Islands. Wake Island and the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands (the Caroline, Marianas and Marshall Islands). 50

53 LIST Β Least-developed ι :ountries 660 Afghanistan 666 Bangladesh 284 Benin 675 Bhutan 391 Botswana 236 Burkina Faso 328 Burundi 306 Central African Republic 244 Chad 375 Comoros 310 Equatorial Guinea 334 Ethiopia 252 Gambia 260 Guinea 257 Guinea Bissau 452 Haiti 338 Djibouti 684 Laos 395 Lesotho 386 Malawi 667 Maldives 232 Mali 672 Nepal 240 Niger 652 North Yemen 247 Republic of Cape Verde 324 Rwanda 311 Sao Tome and Principe 355 Seychelles and dependencies 264 Sierra Leone 342 Somalia 656 South Yemen 224 Sudan 352 Tanzania 817 Tonga 280 Togo 350 Uganda 819 Western Samoa The nine countries in italics are the only ones which are not party to the Lomé Convention. All the others are ACP countries 51

54 TERMINOLOGY Tariff quotas Tariff quotas are strict limits within which the preferential duty is applied. A proportion of the quota, which varies depending on the product concerned, constitutes a Commission-administered Community reserve. Only in the case of ECSC products is there no reserve. The remainder of the quota is allocated among the Member States according to a formula which differs for industrial and agricultural products: 10, 15, 20 and 25 of (EEC) No 3601/85 for agricultural products. During the year, the reserve is topped up by transfers from Member States whose quota share is under-used. When all available quantities have been exhausted, the Member State will reintroduce the duty. The five quotas for agricultural products are open to all beneficiaries, whereas quotas on industrial products are individual and each beneficiary is guaranteed the set amount. Benelux Denmark Germany Greece Spain France Ireland Italie Portugal United Kingdom Unmanufactured tobacco Virginia flue-cured 10,96 2,32 15,60 0,77 6,43 1,68 3,00 5,49 0,96 52,79 Other except oriental sun-cured 23,50 5,03 13,01 0, ,91 0,07 0,19 1,68 1,76 Agricultural products Soluble coffee 7,34 0,20,86 1,74 0,26 1,37 0,19 0,26 0,26 73,50 in slices,18 2,87 43,36 0,16 2,74 0,81 0,65 4,79 0,24 30,19 Pineapples other 9,45 2,36 44,39 0,85 6,49 5,67 0,57 2,83 0,24 27,15 Industrial products Plywood 4,40 5,90 7,69 0,19 2,09 0,30 2,02 0,86 0,16 76,40 Other' There is no allocation as such in the special arrangements for ECSC products; each Member State has a national quota ,3 1,9 5,9 17, ,0 18,1 I%l Ceilings, allocated ceilings Sensitive industrial products not subject to quota are covered by individual tariff ceilings administered by the Commission for the whole Community; in other words, they are not allocated among Member States. The reintroduction of duties is not automatic, as it is with quotas; the Commission may reintroduce duties, however, either on its own initiative or at the request of a Member State, once the aggregate of Member States' preferential imports has reached the ceiling. Sensitive textile products are subject to ceilings which, in the case of highly competitive beneficiary countries, may be allocated among Member States: the formula varies depending on wheter the product in question is covered by the MFA or not: Benelux Denmark Germany Greece Spain France Ireland Italy Portugal United Kingdom Where a Member State has used up its quota share it draws additional quantities from the reserve as laid down by Article 4 of (EEC) No 3599/85 for industrial products and Articles 5, MFA Non-MFA 9, ,9 2,9 27,7 27,2 1,9 1,9 1,3 2, ,5 0, ,1 0,

55 Since 1980 the ceilings for products covered by the Multifibre Arrangement (MFA) have been worked out individually for each beneficiary, but up to the end of 1982 for non-mfa products there were global ceilings open to all beneficiaries. From 1983 onwards these ceilings have also been allocated to individual beneficiaries. Maximum country amount (butoir) Inside the global quotas and ceilings for industrial and textile products, GSP imports from each beneficiary country were limited to a maximum amount, known as the butoir, which was fixed at a percentage of the quota or ceiling that varied according to the product. The purpose of the maximum country amount was to ensure that all supplier beneficiary countries had the chance to use the quota or ceiling which, if no such limit had existed, might well have been monopolized by a very small of countries (or even a single beneficiary country) which happened to be more competitive or better organized. The Commission administered the maximum country amounts and it could reintroduce the duty in respect of a country if it found that the beneficiary country had used up its maximum amount. Until 1980 for MFA textile products, 1981 for industrial products and 1982 for non-mfa textile products 'global' quotas and ceilings were applied and were subject to the butoir mechanism. The butoir system was discontinued in 1983, however. Safeguard clause The regulations granting developing countries preferential treatment in respect of agricultural products contain a clause which states that if products are imported under the GSP in such quantities or at such prices as to cause or threaten to cause serious injury to Community producers or create an unfavourable situation in the ACP States, the levying of customs duties may be reintroduced in respect of any country causing the injury. N.B. : The limits on preferential imports in the form of quotas and ceilings are not applicable to the least-developed countries (List B. p. 51), with the exception of the quotas relating to raw or unmanufactured tobaccos. When the preferential amount for these two products has been used up the normal customs duty is reintroduced in respect of the least-developed countries as well. 53

56 SYMBOLS AND ABBREVIATIONS adf ads CCT EUA ECU additional duty on flour; same type of duty as the variable component (see below) and levied according to the difference between the Community price of flour and the international price for the quantities of flour contained in the product additional duty on sugar; same type of duty as the variable component (see below) and levied according to the difference between the Community price of sugar and the international price for the quantities of sugar contained in the product Common Custom Tariff; the footnotes to the schedules of the 'Community's Generalized Tariff Preferences Scheme for 1986' worded 'see CCT Annex' refer to the Annex to the Common Customs Tariff, OJ L331, , p. 379 European unit of account: devised in 1975 and phased in use in the various areas of Community activity (replacing the u.a.. unit of account) the European unit of account was expressed as the sum of determined amounts of the currencies of the Member States of the European Communities: it has been progressively replaced by the ECU from 1979 on; on 1 January 1981, the EUA was replaced by the ECU in all the Community legal instruments where the former was still in use Devised in 1979 for the purposes of the EMS (European Monetary System) the ECU has been phased into use in the various areas of Community activity before officially replacing the EUA from 1 January 1981 ; it is a 'basket unit' made up of specific amounts of Member States' currencies, determined mainly by reference to the size of each Member States' economy; unlike the EUA, the ECU provides for a revision clause enabling changes to be made to ils composition; its definition, identical to that of the EUA, corresponds to the sum of the following amounts of the currencies of the Member States of the European Communities; DM 0.719, UKL , FF 1.31, LIT 0, HFL 0.256, BFR 3.71, LFR0.. DKR IRL , DR The Act of Accession of Spain and Portugal provides that the decision to include the peseta and escudo may be taken at the request of the Member State concerned, after consultation of the Monetary Committee, at the first five-year review of ECU currency weightings; the value of the ECU in a national currency is equal to the sum of the equivalents in that currency of the above amounts. It is determined by the Commission on the basis of exchange rates recorded each day on the exchange markets and published each day in the C Series of the Official Journal of the European Communities; specific conversion rates are fixed for certain special cases, among others for the application of the tariff quotas expressed in value terms within the framework of the generalized tariff preferences (rates fixed on 1 October 1985, published in OJ C , p. 1 ;sce Article 1 of (EEC) No 3599/85 and Article 8 of Decision 85/553/ECSC ( ) 1 litre m 3 cubic metre Nimexe Nomenclature of Goods for External Trade Statistics of the Community and Statistics of Trade between Member States (OJ L ) sp.p. t vc species plures (of the genus...) tonne variable component; duty levied on imports into the Community of certain goods processed from agricultural products; the variable component is designed to cover the difference between the import price and the cost in the Community of the raw materials used in making the product where that cost is higher 54

57 THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME FOR 1986 (published in, ) Because it is arranged systematically, following the classification of the Common Customs Tariff, the Guide enables users to find out straightaway, in respect of a product whose tariff heading is known, the following information: the normal tariff arrangements (CCT duties); if the product is covered by the 1986 GSP scheme, the tariff arrangements under that scheme, or more precisely: the implementing regulation covering the product, the GSP duty applicable for 1986, in the case of an agricultural product, the beneficiary countries and territories under the GSP. any limits on preferential treatment, The Guide only reproduces the schedule of customs duties contained in the Common Customs Tariff; it is essential, therefore, to have the Common Customs Tariff to hand in order to be able to refer to all the explanatory notes included in it. ' Nor does the Guide show the GSP duties applied by Spain and Portugal, which are defined respectively in Article 178 and 365 of the Act of Accession. 2 It should be stressed that the Guide is a tool designed to make it easier to consult the basic texts, but it does not replace them. Any change in the Common Customs Tariff or any amendment that might be made during 1986 to the regulations opening preferences (published in L Series of the Official Journal) should, therefore, be entered in the Guide. For the products covered by Chapters 1 to 24 of the CCT, following the principle of case-by-case treatment agreed in Unctad, the Guide gives only those headings or subheadings in respect of which preferences are granted under the GSP to the generality of beneficiaries. However in order to give a more comprehensive view, it also shows products not covered by the GSP but exempt from duty under the CCT, including those in respect of which exemption is granted temporarily or within the limits of a tariff quota. These products are shown for information only and their inclusion does not imply any connection between the duration of the suspension duty and that of the 1986 scheme. The complete list of products for which least-developed countries enjoy duty-free entry is set out on p The Common Customs TarifTis published in OJ L 331, as the Annex to Council (EEC) No 3331/85 of amending (EEC) No 950/68 on the Common Customs Tariff. 2 OJ L

58 PRACTICAL NOTES ON THE SCHEDULES Schedule of customs duties (CCT section) In some cases, the GSP covers only part of a tariff heading or subheading; to take this into account, it has been necessary to give a more detailed description of the goods than in the CCT. These are definitions of products for GSP purposes only and they do not imply any change in the CCT itself This is made quite clear in the schedules since the normal duties under the Common Customs Tariff are always shown opposite the description of the goods appearing in the CCT whereas the duty given alongside the more detailed descriptions is always the GSP duty Scheme (GSP section) The products covered by the GSP are marked with an 'x' in the appropriate column. For agricultural products (Chapters I to 24) the GSP duties have been indicated whereas for manufactured products which as a rule enter duty-free, it has been thought preferable not to fill up the tables by repeating 'free' in regard to every single item. For certain manufactured industrial products other than textiles (Chapters 25 to 29 and 64 to 99) there is no mention of arrangements regarding ceilings or beneficiary countries, whereas the fact that the products are included in the GSP is indicated. These are products wich are already exempt from duty under the Common Customs Tariff. They are included only for the record as in the applying generalized tariff preferences. For products falling within Chapters 50 to 62, the new scheme for textiles in force since 1980 takes as its basis the product categories used in the bilateral agreements concluded within the MFA framework (which refer to Nimexe codes rather than CCT headings or subheadings). The category or categories corresponding to each tariff subheading and the annex to the regulation where it appears have simply been indicated alongside the entries in the schedules of duties, whereas the GSP arrangements proper for the various categories are set out on pages 325 to 359. Lastly, as regards the developing countries and territories eligible for GSP treatment, letters A and Β in the 'Beneficiaries' column (tables, pp. 57 to 166 and 196 to 284) refer to the lists on pages 49, 50 and 51, whereas the letters Ch and R refer to the People's Republic of China and Romania respectively. 56

59 Rate ι 1" Dins THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFT PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous 't, Conventional Inclusion (EEC) No 3601/85 GSP Rate of duts Beneficiaries Tspe of Isee footnote control '1 page 57 SECTION I LIVE ANIMALS; ANIMAL PRODUCTS CHAPTER 1 LIVE ANIMALS Live horses, asses, mules and hinnics: A. Horses: ire, II. For slaughter (al Other 23 IS X Live animals of the bovine species: A. Domestic species: Live swine: A. Domestic species: B. Other Live sheep and goats: Λ. Pure bred breeding.mimais (a!: C 1.06 Other live animals: C. Other (hi il inri, undíiihí, w <b) fe Anne, CCT 1 ' ι Since no producís limit is as a general rule applied to GSP imports of agricultural products, the only information given in this column conc erns [hose 6 in total subject to either a ceiling or a quota. 57

60 Rale of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1^86 Autonomous % Conventional % Inclusion (EEC) No 3601/85 GSP Rale of dun Γ> pc ot" control footnote (Ί pape MEAT AND EDIBLE MEAT OFFALS Meal and edible offals of the animals falling within heading No 01.01, 01.02, or 01.04, fresh, chilled or frozen: A. Meat: III. Of swine: b. Other B. Offals: I. For the manufacture of pharmaceutical products (a) F II. Other: a) Of horses, asses, mules and hinnies b) Of bovine animals: 2. Other Ih 20 Other meat and edible meat, offals, fresh, chilled or frozen: A. Of domestic pigeons and domestic rabbits: ex A. Of domestic pigeons 13 B. Of game: ex B. Furred game C. Other: I. Whale and seal meat; frogs' legs: ex I. Frogs* legs 19 II. Other CHAPTER 3 FISH, CRUSTACEANS AND MOLLUSCS Fish, fresh (live or dead), chilled or frozen: A. Freshwater fish: I. Trout and other salmonidae: ] 6 a) Trout c) Lake white fish d) Other IV. Other in (b) B. Saltwater fish: I. Whole, headless or in pieces: a) Herring: 1. From 15 February' to 15 June aa) Fresh or chilled bb) Frozen 2. From 16 June to February: aa) Fresh or chilled bb) Frozen prce 20 (c) 20 (c) (a) Entry under this subheading is subject conditions to be determined by the competent authorities. (b> See Ann«to Ihe CCT. (c) Subject to compliance with the reference price. A countervailing tax is provided for in the case of π i-compliance with the reference pnce, (d) Duty exemption within the limits of an annual tariff quota of tonnes to be granted by the c npctent authorities and subject to complia price. 15(c)(0) 15(c) (d) vtlh the reference 58

61 THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Conventional (EEC) No 3601/85 GSP Rate ol footnote (') page (cont'd! H Lb) Sprats: 1. From 15 February to 15 J une c) Tuna: (Thunnus spp. and Euthynnus spp.): I. For the industrial manufacture of products falling within heading No 16.04(a): aa) Whole: II. Yellowfin tuna (Thunnus albacares): aaa) Weighing not more than 10 kg each bbb) Other 22. Albacore (Thunnus alalunga) 33. Other bb) Gilled and gutted: 11. Yellowfin tuna (Thunnus albacares): aaa) Weighing not more than 10 kg each bbb) Other 22. Albacore (Thunnus alalunga) 33. Other cc) Other (for example, "heads off"): 11. Yellowfin tuna (Thunnus albacares): aaa) Weighing not more than 10 kg each bbb) Other 22. Albacore (Thunnus alalunga) 33. Other c) Sharks g) Atlantic halibut and lesser or Greenland halibut o) Mackerel (Scomber scombrus. Scomber japonicus and Orcynopsis unicolor): 1. From 15 February to 15 June: aa) Fresh or chilled bb) Frozen y) Other: ex y) Aquarium fish II. Fillets: b) Frozen : 10. Of sharks (Squalus spp.) 17. Other: ex Of halibut C. Livers and rocs 25(b)(c) 25<b)(c) 25(b)(c) 25 (b) (c) 25(b)(c) 25 (b) (c) 25(b)(c) 25(b)(c) 25(b)(c) 25(b)(c) 25 (b) (c) 25 (b) (c) (c)(d) 22 (c) (d) 22 (c) (d) 22 (c) (d) 22 (c) (d) 22(c)(d) 22(c)(d) 22(c)(d) 22 (c) (d) 22 (c) (d) 22 (c) (d) 22 (c) (d) 8(e) 8 15 m Hi 10 (') (') (') (') (') (') Fish, dried, salted or in brine; smoked fish, whether or not cooked before or during the smoking process: A. Dried, salted or in brine: I. Whole, headless or in pieces: b) Cod (Gadus morhua, Boreogadus saida. Gadus ogac) d) Atlantic halibut (Hippoglossus hippoglossus) c) Salmon, salted or in brine 0 Other: ex 0 Hilsa spp. in brine (1) (') (') (') ta) Γηιπ under this subheading is subject to conditions to uncd by the competent authorities (h) Totd suspension for an indefinite period. (cl -Subject to compliance with ihe reference pnce. A countervailing tax is provided for in the case of nontd Dut; exemption in respect of tunny intended for canning industry, within the limits of an annual tariff qi ι of.111 (*X> tonnes 10 be granici) by ihc competen! authorities nphancc wiih lie reference price. and subject to compliance with the reference price Qualification fur this quota is governed by conditie lo be determined by the competen! authorities ) Dut;, rate reduced to 6% in respect of piked dogfish (Squalus acanthias) within the limits of an annu. anff quota of 5 0OO lonncs lo be granted by lhe compelem authorities. (0 Dut? exemption within the limits of an annual lanit quota of 25 (XX) tonnes to be granted by the competent aulhon Preferences are not to be granted in respect of products onginatin 59

62 Rate of Duly THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Aulonomous % Conventional 'Aí Inclusion (EEC) No 3601/85 USP Rate of duly Γ> pc of (cont'd} A. II. Fillets: d) Other: ex d) Hilsa spp. in brine Crustaceans and molluscs, whether in shell or not, fresh (live or dead), chilled, frozen, salted, in brine or dried; crustaceans, in shell, simply boiled in water: (') A. Crustaceans: I. Crawfish of the genera Palinurus, Panulirus and Jasus II. Lobsters (Homarus spp): a) Live b) Other: 1. Whole 2. Other: aa) Frozen bb) Other [II. Crabs and freshwater crayfish: a) Crabs of the species Paralithodes camchaticus, Chionoecetes spp and Callincctes sapidus b) Edible crabs (Cancer pagurus) c) Other (a) t) (') (') (') (') (') A:R:Ch('l (') (') IV. Shrimps and prawns: a) Prawns and shrimps of the Pandalidae family b) Shrimps of the genus Crangon: c) Other: V. Other (for example Norway lobsters): c\ b) Peurullus spp B. Molluscs: I. Oysters: a) European flat oysters weighing not more than 40 g each II. Mussels HI.Snails, other than sea snails IV. Other: a) Frozen: 1. Squid: aa) Loligo spp bb) Todarodes sagittatus 2. Cuttle fish of the species Sepia officinalis, Rossia macrosoma, Sepiola rondeleti 3. Octopus 4. Coquilles St Jacques (Pectén maximus) 5. Striped venus and other species of the family Veneridae 6. Other b) Other (') (') (') (') (') (') (') (') (') (') (') (a) See Ann«to the CCT. 1. Squid: aa) Loligo spp bb) Todarodes sagittatus ce) Ilîex spp dd) Other 2. Other (') Preferences art n unguium ig in Greenland. (') (') (') (') (') 60

63 THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 nu tiibet Inclusion (EEC) No 3601/85 CJSP Rate of dun Type- of control (sec- footnote ('I pate 57] CHAPTER 4 DAIRY PRODUCE; BIRDS' EGGS; NATURAL HONEY; EDIBLE PRODUCTS OF ANIMAL ORIGIN, NOT SPECIFIED OR INCLUDED ELSEWHERE Birds' eggs and egg yolks, fresh, dried or otherwise preserved, sweetened or not: B. Eggs, not in shell; egg yolks; II. Other (a) Natural honey 30 2~ Edible products of animal origin, not elsewhere specified or included: 12 - Royal jelly - Other CHAPTER i PRODUCÍS OF ANIMAL ORIGIN, NOT ELSEWHERE SPECIFIED OR INU UDI I) Human hair, unworked. whether or not washed or scoured; waste- of human hair Pigs', hogs' and boars' bristles or hair; badger hair and other brush making hair; waste of such bristles and hair Horsehair and horsehair waste, whether or not put up tin a layer or herween two layers of orher material: A. Neither curled nor put up on a layer or herween two layers tit' other material - It. Other I Guts, bladders and stomachs of animals (other than fish), whole and pieces thereof free Fish waste 05.()6] Entry urder this subheadine.,uh ea lo conditions to be determined by the -ulhontie

64 Rale ι 1 Duts THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME leadine. Autonomous Conventional Inclusion (EEC) No 3601/85 GSP Rate of duty Beneficiaries Type of control (see footnote ('1 page 57) Skins and other parts of birds, with their feathers or down, feathers and pans of feathers (whether or not with trimmed edges) and down, not further worked than cleaned, disinfected or treated for preservation; powder and waste of feathers or parts of feathers: A. Bed feathers; down: 1. Raw II. Other B. Other » A.R;Ch i Bones and horn-cores, unworked, defatted, simply prepared (but not cut to shape), treated with acid or degelarinised; powder and waste of these Ivory, tortoise-shell, horns, antlers, hooves, nails, claws and beaks, unworked or simply prepared but not cut to shape, and waste and powder of these products; whalebone and the like, unworked or simply prepared but not cut to shape, and hair and waste of these products (a) (05.10] [05.11] Coral and similar substances, unworked or simply prepared but not otherwise worked; shells, unworked or simply prepared but not cut to I-ree I Natural sponges: A. Raw B. Other 1-re-es' X A.R'.Ch 05. Ambergris, castorcum, civet and musk; cantharides; bile, whether or not dried; animal products, fresh, chilled or frozen, or otherwise provisionally Animal products not elsewhere specified or included; dead animals of Chapter 1 or Chapter 3, unfit for human consumption: A. Fish, crustaceans and molluscs B. Other ta) la) See Annex to ili CCT 62

65 THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 (EEC) No 3601/85 GSP Rate of Type of control footnote I') pape 57) SECTION II VEGETABLE PRODUCTS CHAPTER h LIVE TREES AND OTHER PLANTS; BULBS, ROOTS AND THE LIKE; CUT FLOWERS AND ORNAMENT/ Other live plants, including trees, shrubs, bushes, roots, cuttings and slips: A. Unrooted cuttings and slips: 1. Of sines II. Other ( '. Pineapple plants D. Other: ex D. Yuccas and cacti, not planted in pots. tubs, boxes or the like... Trees and shrubs, excluding fruit- and forest-trees and shrubs: other live plants, cuttings and roots, excluding azaleas, roses, perennial plants and mushroom spawn Cut flowers and flower buds of a kind suitable for bouquets or for ornamental purposes, fresh, dried, dyed, bleached, impregnated or otherwise prepared: A. Fresh: II. Other: I. From 1 June to 31 October: ex I. Orchids (family Orchidaceae) and Anthurium 11. From I November to 31 May: ex II. - Orchids (family Orchidaceae) and Anthurium ex lì. Cut flowers, not further prepared than dried Other cut flowers A.R:Ch Foliage, branches and other parts (other than flowers or buds) of trees, shrubs, bushes and orhcr plants, and mosses, lichens and grasses, being goods of a kind suitable for bouquets or ornamental purposes, fresh, dried, dyed, bleached, impregnated or otherwise prepared: A. Reindeer moss 11. Other: I. Fresh II. Not further prepared than dried III. Other 12 III A:R;Ch A:R:Ch 63

66 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous % Conventional % (EEC) No 3601/85 GSP Rate ol sluts Ispc of ontrol I pace CHAPTER? EDIBLE VEGETABLES AND CERTAIN ROOTS AND TUBERS Vegetables, fresh or chilled: G. Carrots, turnips, salad betroot, salsify, celeriac, radishes and similar edible roots : III. Horse radish (Cochlearia armoracia) ' ' K. Asparagus : ex K. Asparagus, from 1 October to 31 January \(, T. Other: I. Courgettes: ex I. Courgettes, from 1 January to the last day of February... '6 (a) II. Aubergines: ex II. Aubergines, from 1 January to 31 March \{, ( >,) III. Other: 16 ex III. Okra (Hibiscus esculentus L. or Abclmoschus csculcntus (L.) Mocnch); Moringa oleifera (drumsticks) Pumpkins and courges, from 1 January to the last day of February Other, excluding celery sticks and parsley, from 1 January to 31 March Vegetables (whether or not cooked), preserved by freezing: B. Other: 19 ex B. Okra (Hibiscus esculentus L. or Abclmoschus csculcntus (L.) Mocnsch) Vegetables provisionally preserved in brine, in sulphur water or in other preservative solutions, but not specially prepared for immediate consumption : E. Other vegetables: 12 ex E. Okra (Hibiscus csculcntus L. or Abclmoschus esculentus (L.) Mocnch) Bamboo shoots Dried, dehydrated or evaporated vegetables, whole, cut, sliced, broken or in powder, but not further prepared: B. Other: ex B. Mushrooms, excluding cultivated mushrooms Horse radish (Cochlearia armoracia) Okra (Hibiscus esculentus L. or Abelmoschus csculcntus (L.) Moench) Sweet peppers with a humidity content of 9.5% or less Dried leguminous vegetables, shelled, whether or not skinned or split: B. Other: 10 I. Peas (including, chick peas) and beans (of the species Phascolus): Beans of the genus " Phascolus" Chick peas of the genus "Occr anetinum" Other III. Other: 7 Cajan peas of the genus "Cajanus cajan" Other Manioc, arrowroot, satep, Jerusalem artichokes, sweet potatoes and other similar roots and tubers with high starch of inulin content, fresh or dried, whole or sliced; sago pith: B. Other 6 (b) (a) In certain conditions a countervailing Ui is provided Tor in addition to the customs duty. (b) Duty rate reduced to 3% (suspension) for an indefinite period (1 S "ree II A;R:Ch A;R.Ch A;R:Ch A;R:Ch A;R:Ch 64

67 THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 η Ν πι Ιχτ Cotncnmm.il (EEC) No 3601/85 GSP Rate ul Tipe of control footnote ('t page 57) CHAPTER H EDIBLE FRUII AND NUTS: PEEL OF MELONS OR CITRUS FRUIT Dates, bananas, coconuts, Brazil nuts, cashew nuts, pineapples, avocados, mangoes, guavas and mangosteens, fresh or dried, shelled or not: A. Dates: ex A. Dates for industrial transformation, excluding the manufacture or alcohol, or for conditioning for retail sale in immediate packings with a net capacity of 11 kg or less (a) lì. Bananas: ex B. Dried D. Avocados E. Coconuts F. Cashew nuts G. Brazil nuts H. Other: Mangosteens, guavas Mangoes Citrus fruit, fresh or dried : 20(b) ) 8 2 free B. Mandarins (including tangerines and satsumas); clémentines, wilkings and other similar citrus hybrids: I. Clementines: ex I. Clementines, from 15 May to 15 September II. Other: ex II. Other, from 15 May to 15 September E. Other: ex E. Limes and limettes (Citrus aurantifolia var. Lumio and var. Limetta) Nuts other man those falling within heading No 08.01, fresh or dncd, shelled or not: A. Almonds: 20 (c) 20(c) * 1. Bitter D. Pisracmos E. Pecans F. Areca (or berci) and cola G. Other: ex G. Other, excluding hazelnuts A.R;Ch A:R.Ch Stone fruit, fresh: E. Other Berries, fresh: B. Cowberries, foxberrics or mountain cranberries (fruit of the species Vaccinium vitis idaea) C. Fruit of the species Vaccinium myrtillus E. Papaws (a) Entry under.his subheading is subject to conditions io be determined by lhe competem authorities. (h) Duty exemption granted in the Federal Republic of Germany within the limits of a tariff quota. (c) In certain conditions a countervailing tax is provided for in addition to the customs duty. (d) Duly rate reduced to 3% (suspension! Tor an indefinite period (d)

68 THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME : Autonomous Conventional Inclusion (EEC) No 3601/85 GSP Rjte of duly Type of control I see footnote (') page 57) F. Other: ' 1. Fruit of the species Vaccinium macrocarpon and Vaccinium corymbosun II. Other Other fruit, fresh: ex Watermelons from I November to 30 April Rose-hips fruit Other, excluding melons and watermelons 6.5 "ree 6 Fruit (whether or not cooked), preserved by freezing, not containing added sugar: B. Red currants, fruits of the species Vaccinium myrtilius, blackberries (brambleberries), mulberries and cloudberries: ex B. Bilberries (fruit of the Vaccinium myrtilius) Blackberries (bramblebetries), mulberries and cloudberries C. Fruit of the species Vaccinium myrtilloidcs and Vaccinium anugustifolium D. Other: ex D. Quinces Fruit falling within heading Nos 08.01, D, D, Β, Ε and F and 08.09, excluding pineapples, melons and watermelons Rose-hips fruit Fruit provisionally preserved (for example, by sulphur dioxide gas, in brine, in sulphur water or in other preservative solutions), but unsuitable in that state for immediate consumption: C. Papaws D. Bilberries (fruit of the species Vaccinium myrtilius) E. Other ex E. Quinces - Fruit falling within heading Nos 08.01, D, Β and F and 08.09, excluding pineapples, melons and watermelons 4 Fruit, dried, other than that falling within heading No 08.01, 08.02, 08.03, or 08.05: A. Apricots D. Apples and pears: ex D. Pears E. Papaws G. Other: ex G. Tamarind (pods, pulp) Rose-hips fruit Peel of melons and citrus fruit, fresh, frozen, dried, or provisionally preserved in brine, in sulphur water or in other preservative solutions

69 Rate ( 1" Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous % Conventional 'V. Inclusion (EEC) No 3601/85 GSP Rate of dun Beneficiaries Type of control (sec footnote (') page 57) CHAPTER 9 COFFEE, TEA, MATÉ AND SPICES Coffee, whether or not roasted or freed of caffeine; coffee husks and skins; coffee substitutes containing coffee in any proportion: A. Coffee: 1. Un roasted: χ 9 II. Roasted: 25 ill X χ 12 A;R;Cri χ x Tea: B. Other 23 10, " Pepper of the genus "Piper"; pimento of the genus "Capsicum" or the genus "Pimenta": A. Neither crushed nor ground: 1. Pepper: a) For the industrial manufacture of essential oils or resinoids (a) b) Other f re e x 4 A,R;Ch II. Pimento: a) Of the genus "Capsicum", for the manufacture of capsicin or b) For the industrial manufacture of essential oils or resinoids (a) c) Other B. Crushed or ground: * 5 A;R:Ch 1. Pimento of the genus "Capsicum" 11. Other χ X Cinnamon and cinnamon tree flowers: B. Other * * t») Fnlr. under ih,.. uhhrjjink is suhicit i.i soiitlitkjns πι he deletmiiicd h, the lumpclnu Juthoulirs 67

70 THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1^86 Autonomous % Conventional 't, Inclusion (EEC) No 3601/85 GSP Rjte of dun I'\pe of control footnote 1') pape 5?] Cloves (whole fruit, cloves and stems) Nutmeg, mace and cardamoms: A. Neither crushed nor ground: I. Eor the industrial manufacture of essential oils or resinoids (a) II. Other: a) Nutmeg b; Other II. (..rushed or ground: I. Nutmeg free II. Mace 25 III. Cardamoms Seeds of anise, badián, fennel, coriander, cumin, caraway and juniper: A. Neither crushed nor ground: I. Aniseed II. Badián seed 7 A;R;Cfl III. Seeds of fennel, coriander, cumin, caraway and juniper: a) For the industrial manufacture of essential oils or resinoids (a). b) Other: 1. Coriander seed 2. Other B. Crushed or ground: I. Badián seed II.-Coriander seed III. Other Thyme, saffron and bay leaves; other spices: A. Thyme: I. Neither crushed nor ground: a) Wild thyme (Thymus serpyllum) b) Other II. Crushed or ground B. Bay leaves D. Ginger E. Turmeric (curcuma); fenugreek seed (b) (b) A.R;Ch it) Entry under rhu iubheadirtf; \ luhject n> Luixlitnmi m he determined hy the uimpeicnt authorities, (hi See A c, in ihc CCT 68

71 THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Conventional % (EEC) No 3601/85 GSP Rjie ol f spe of control footnote I') pape (cont'd) F. Other spices, including the mixtures referred to in Note 1 b; to this Chapter: I. Neither crushed nor ground II. (.rushed or ground: a; Curry powder.\nd pasteb; Other 15 CHAPTER in CEREALS Maize: A Hybrids for sowing (a): I. Double hybrids.md top cross hybrids... II. Three cross hybrids III. Simple hybrids IV. Other 'b, 1,1 [Is) free (Is) (l) tntry under ihn tunhcadinn n vuhetl to u.nduiorii Ici bc determined hy ihr t.impetem juthoriiic. h) tn ieniin condition!, the ι ui lean in til J n*n pemat ory amount n provided tor in addition to the iu\t 69

72 THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Inclusion (EEC) No 3601/85 of control ote <') page CHAPTER ÌI PRODUCÍS OF THE MILLING INDUSTRY; MALT AND STARCHES; GLUTEN; INULIN Flour of the dried leguminous vegetables falling within heading No or ot the fruits falling within any heading in Chapter 8; flour and meal of sago and of roots and tubers falling within heading No 07.06: A. Flour of the dried leguminous vegetables falling within heading No B. Flour of the fruits falling within any heading in Chapter 8: I. Of bananas: II. Other ; Lncstnuts Nor specified 7.5 : (a) Set Ann«lo lhe CCT. 70

73 THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME I486 Autonomous % Conventional % Inclusion (EEC) No 3601/85 GSP Rate ot Beneficiaries : of control ote I') page 57) CHAPTER 12 Q1L SEEDS AND OLEAGINOUS FRUIT; MISCELLANEOUS GRAINS, SEEDS AND FRUIT; INDUSTRIAL AND MEDICAL PLANTS; STRAW AND FODDER Oil seeds and oleaginous fruit, whole or broken: A. For sowing (a) b) B. Other (e) (b) Flours or meals of oil seeds or oleaginous fruit, non defatted (excluding mustard flour): B. Other Seeds, fruit and spores, ot a kind used for sowing: B. Forest tree seeds Plants and parts (including seeds and fruit) of trees, bushes, shrubs or other plants, being goods of a kind used primarily in perfumery, in pharmacy, or for insecticidal, fungicidal or similar purposes, fresh or dried, whole, cut, crushed, ground or powdered: B. Liquorice roots C. Tonquin beans I). Other 3 free S Chicory roots, fresh or dried, whole or cut, unroasted; locust beans, fresh or dried, whether or not kibbled or ground, but not funher prepared; fruit kernels and other vegetable products of a kind used primarily for human food, not falling within any other heading: C. Locust bean seeds: I. Not decorticated, crushed or ground II. Other 6 D. Apricot, peach and plum stones, and kernels thereof.... E. Other Cereal straw and husks, unprepared, or chopped but not otherwise prepared Mangolds, swedes, fodder roots; hay, lucerne, clover, sainfoin, forage kale, lupines, vetches and similar forage products: B. Other Timed by lhe compeler τ*, lhe collection uf J compensilo!) ι s provided for m iddìi 71

74 THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME I486 Autonomous 't. Conventional Inclusion (EEC) No 3601/85 f\pe of control riminole t') page CHAPTER lì LACS; GUMS, RESINS AND OTHER VEGETABLE SAPS AND EXTRACTS Shellac, seed lac, stick lac and - other lacs; natu, a! gums, resins, gumresins and balsams: A. Conifer resins " (15 B. Other Frce Vegetable saps and extracts; pectic substances, pectinates and pectates; agar-agar and other mucilages and thickeners, derived from vegetable product's: A. Vegetable saps and extracts: I. Opium. II. Aloes and manna III. Of quassia amara IV. Of liquorice V. Of pyrethrum and of the roots ot plants containing rotenone Frue A:R;Ch A. R VII. Intermixtures of vegetable extracts, for the manufacture ni beverages or of food preparations Vili. Other: a) Medicinal b) Other B. Pectic substances, pectinates and pectates: I. Dry': ex I. excluding apple, pear and quince pectic substances A.R;Ch II. Other: ex II. excluding apple, pear and quince pectic substances C. Agar-agar and other mucilages and thickeners, derived from vegetable products: I. Agar-agar. II. Mucilages and thickei bean seeds extracted from locust beans or locust free I Sec Amici lo the- CCT 72

75 Rate < f Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous 'V. Conventional 'V, Inclusion (EEC) No 3601/85 (.SP R.IIC of dun Benelicunes Type of control (sec footnote (') page 57) CHAPTER VEGETABLE PLAITING MATERIALS; VEGETABLE PRODUCTS NOT ELSEWHERE SPECIFIED OR INCLUDED.01 Vegetable materials of a kind used primarily for plaiting (for example, cereal straw, cleaned, bleached or dyed, osier, reeds, rushes, rattans, bamboos, raffia and lime bark): A. Osier: I. Not peeled, split or otherwise prepared II. Other X C. Other (a).02 Vegetable materials, whether or not put up on a layer or between two layers of other material, of a kind used primarily as stuffing or as pad- (a).03 Vegetable materials of kind used primarily Ín brushes or in brooms (for example, sorgho, piassava, couch-grass and istle), whether or not in bundles or hanks [.04].05 Vegetable products not elsewhere specified or included (a) SECTION HI ANIMAL AND VEGETABLE FATS AND OILS AND THEIR CLEAVAGE PRODUCTS; PREPARED EDIBLE FATS; ANIMAL AND VEGETABLE WAXES CHAPTER IS ANIMAL AND VEGETABLE FATS AND OILS AND THEIR CLEAVAGE PRODUCTS; PREPARED EDIBLE FATS; ANIMAL AND VEGETABLE WAXES J5.02 Fats of bovine cattle, sheep or goats, unrendered; rendered or solventextracted fats (including "premier jus") obtained from those unrendered fats: A. For industrial uses other than the manufacture of foodsruffs for human consumption (a) Lard stearin, oleostearin and tallow stearin; lard oil, oleo-oil and tallow oil, not emulsified or mixed or prepared in any way: A. Lard stearin and oleostearin: (a) S«Ann«io ihc (b) Eniry under ihn I. For industrial uses (b) 11. Other 8 CCT ubheading is ïubjcci to conditions io be determined by lhe compelem amhontics 8 * 73

76 THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous Conventional Inclusion (EEC) No 3601/85 GSP Rate of cluts Type of control footnote (') page 57) (cont'd) B. Tallow oil for industrial uses other than the manufacture of foodstuffs for human consumption (a) 12 C. Other 12 Fats and oils, of fish and marine mammals, whether or not refined: 5 A. Fish-liver oil: 1. Of a vitamin A content not exceeding international units per gram 6 (b) 6 II. Other (b) (c) R. Whale nil and nils of mhrr re ta cea n s 2 (b) C. Other (b) Wool grease and fatty substances derived therefrom (including lanolin): A. Wool grease, crude *> B. Other 10 free Other animal oils and fats (including neat's-foot oil and fats from bones or waste) 4 Fixed vegetable oils, fluid or solid, crude, refined or purified: B. China-wood and oiticica oils; myrtle wax and Japan wax 3 (b) (c) C. Castor oil: I. For the production of aminoundeeanoic acid for use in the manufacture of synthetic textile fibres or of artificial plastic materials (a) II. Other (b) 8 fb) A;R-Ch D. Other oils; I. For technical or industrial uses other than the manufacture of foodstuffs for human consumption (a): a) Crude: 1. Palm oil 5 (b) Tobacco-seed oil 5 (b) 3. Other: 5 (b) ex 3. Other, excluding linseed oil, groundnut oil, sunflower seed oil and colza oil (e) b) Other: 1. Tobacco-seed oil 8 (b), 2. Other: S (b) cx 2. Palm kernel and coconut oil r recle) A;RX'h j) tnlt\ under (hi! luhhtidirifc n iub ett (o conditions tu be determined by the..ompelein.1 ut hunt, t (b) In certiin condinom, tbr c ollert ion of.1 t:om peinai of) amount 11 provided fur 111 addition to the tel See Annex 10 ihe CCT 74

77 THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous % Conventional % Inclusion (EEC) No 3601/85 GSP Rate ol Type of control (bee footnote (') page 57) D. II. Other: (cont'd) a) Palm oil: 1. Crude? (a) 2. Other H (a) 6> A;R:Ch b) Other: 1. Solid, in immediate packings of a net capacity of 1 kg or less 20 (a) 2. Solid, other; fluid: aa) Crude: ex aa) Palm kernel and coconut oil bb) Other: ex bb) Palm kernel and coconut oil 10 (a) 15(a) (b) (b) 7 13 A.R;Ch Fatty acids; arid oils from refining; fatty alcohols: A. Stearic and 12 B. Oleic acid 10 C. Other fatty acids; acid oils from refining 8 D. Fatty alcohols A;R.Ch A;R:Ch A.R;Ch Glycerol and glycerol lyes: A. Crude glycerol and glycerol lyes B. Other, including synthetic glycerol Animal or vegetable oils and fats, wholly or partly hydrogenatcd, or solidified or hardened by any other process, whether or not refined, but not further prepared: A. In immediate packings of a net capacity of 1 kg or less 3 1U 20(a) 6 1 rc-c A;R.Ch B. Other Spermaceti, crude, pressed or refined, whether or not coloured; beeswax and other insect waxes, whether or not coloured; 17(a) (M A. Spermaceti, crude, pressed or refined, whether or not coloured B. Beeswax and other insect waxes, whether or not coloured: A-R;Ch I. Raw II. Other Vegetable waxes, whether or not coloured: 10 F ree 5 A. Raw B. Other Degras; residues resulting from the treatment of fatty substances or animal or vegetable waxes: 4 A. Degras 9 Β. Residues resulting from the treatment of fatty substances or animal or vegetable waxes: II. Other: a) Oil foots and dregs; soapstocks 7 (a) b) Other 2 (a) A-R;Ch (»1 In certain condirioni, the collection of a compeniaiory amount u provided for in addition to the cintomi duty, lb) Sec Annex lo he CCT 75

78 I Ht ' t IMMI \Π YS G! M R \l I/FD I AR I FT PREFERÌ Ni FS S( HEME M Autonomous % tiona! 'V, oj L :>>: (EEC) No 3601/85 SECTION PREPARED FOODSTUFFS; BEVERAGES, SPIRITS AND VINEGAR; TOBACCO IV CHAPTER 16 PREPARATIONS OF MEAT, OF FISH, OF CRUSTACEANS OR MOLLUSCS Other prepared or preserved meat or meat offal : A. Liver: I. Goose or duck liver B. Other: II. Game or rabbit meat or offal: 21 Game Rabbit III. Other: b) Other: 1. Containing bovine meat or offal: bb) Other: 2< ex bb) Prepared or preserved bovine tongue 2. Other: aa) Of sheep or goat: 11. Uncooked; mixtures of cooked meat or offal and uncooked meat or offal : 2i ex 11. Of sheep Of goats 22. Other: 2) ex 22. Of sheep Of goals bb) Other ^ Id 16 A;R:C'h A;R;Cll Meat extracts, meat juices and fish extracts, Ín immediate packings of a net capacity of: A. 20 kg or more B. More than 1 kg but less than 20 kg C. 1 kg or less 9 A;R;CIl Prepared or preserved fish, including caviar and caviar substitutes: A. Caviar and caviar substitutes: I. Caviar (sturgeon roe) II. Other 3( (' (' B. Salmonidae: I. Salmon II. Other A,R:Ch(' (' I Sec Annci lo lhe CCT F. Bonito (Sarda spp), mackerel and anchovies: ex F. Bonito Mackerel (') Preferences a 18 (') \9 (') it to be granted in respcel of produits originating in Greenland. 76

79 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Au;onomous % Conventional % (EEC) No 3601/85 GSP Rale of duty Type of control footnote (') page 57) G. Other: I. Fillets, raw, coated with batter or breadcrumbs, deep frozen II. Other (') (') Crustaceans and molluscs, prepared or preserved: A. Crabs 21) If, (') I). Other: ex B. Other, excluding shrimps of the Crangon spp type and snails other than sea snails 21) 20 (') ') Preferences are not to be granted in respect of products originating n 77

80 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous % Conventional % Inclusion (EEC) No 3601/85 (,SP Rate nl Type of e'tintreil footnote l') pace 571 CHAPTER 1? SUGARS AND SUGAR CONFECTIONERY U4 Sugar confectionery, not containing cocoa: A. Liquorice extract containing more than 10% by weight of sucrose but no containing other added substances A;R:Ch B. Chewing gum containing by weight of sucrose (including invert sugar expressed as sucrose): [ Less than 60 %. subject to a max. of 23 + vc with a max. of 23 16,5 + vc 8 + vc subject to a max. of 23 ~ vc with a max. of 23 C. White chocolate 20,7 + VC 13 + vc subject to,i max. of 27 + ad 4 + vc with a max. of 27 + ads D. Other: (') (a) The autonomous dut) is: free for non-colon/cd molasses for the man facture of forage containing molasses; 9% for non-colonred sugar cane molasses c niaining less than 63% by weight of si L Q % for non-colonzed molasses for the mai ifacturc of curie acid; 67% for flavoured or coloured molasses. (1) See CCT for the detailed subheadings ve til enitee substiluies: 13 + vc subject to + vc with a max. of 27 + ads A:R;Ch 78

81 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous % Conventional % Inclusion (EEC) No 3601/85 Type of control footnote (') page 57] CHAPTER IS COCOA AND COCOA PREPARATIONS Cocoa paste (in bulk or in block}, whether or not defatted Cocoa butter (fat or oil) Cocoa powder, unsweetened Chocolate and other food ρ repara ri on s containing cocoa: A. Cocoa powder, not otherwise sweetened than by the addition of sucrose, containing by weight of sucrose (') (') See CCT for the detailed subheadings C. Chocolate and chocolate goods, whether or not filled; sugar confectionery' and substitutes therefor made from sugar substitution products, containing cocoa(') subject to a max. of 27 + ads f vc with a max. of Π + ads 79

82 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous % Conventional % (EEC) No GSP 1 ile ol 1 \pe of control CHAPTER 9 PREPARATIONS OF CEREALS, FLOUR OR STARCH; PASTRYCOOKS' PRODUCTS Malt extract; preparations of flour, meal, starch or malt extract, of a kind used as infant food or for dietetic or culinary purposes, containing less than 50% by weight of cocoa: B. Other: I. Containing malt extract aiid not less than 30% by weight of reducing sugars (expressed as maltose) 11 + ν c (2) A;R:Ch Preparations based on Hour of leguminous vegetables in the form of sun dried discs o\' dough, known as 'papad' + vc A;R:Ch Tapioca and sago; tapioca and sago substitutes obtained from potato or other starches ex Tapioca and sago, excluding tapioca and sago substitutes obtained from potato or other starches 10 + vc 2 + vc Prepared foods obtained by the swelling or roasting of cereals or cereal products (puffed rice, com flakes and similar products): A. Obtained from maize B. Obtained from rice fi + VC ee + vc ee + vc [19.06] -3 + vc ee + vc Bread, ships' biscuits and other ordinary bakers' wares, not containing added sugar, honey, eggs, fats, cheese or fruit; communion wafers, cachets of a kind suitable for pharmaceutical use, scaling wafers, rice paper and similar produas: A. Crispbrcad 24 1 vc 20 1 vc 9 + VC subject to a max. of 24 + adf 6 + vc subject to a max. of 20 + adf + vc with a max. of 24 + adf + vc with a max. of 20 idf (1) See CCT for the detailed ïubheadings. (2) The rate of duty of subheading noi Β II and Β I are identical. 80

83 Rate of Duly THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous % Conventional % (EEC) No 360L85 GSP Rate m dun T\pe ol' control liminole l') page C. Communion wafers, cachets of a kind suitable for pharmaceutical use, scaling (cont'd) wafers, nee paper and similar products + vc D. Other, containing by weight of starch: I. Less than 50% Ih s + VC -1- VC 4 + vc II. 50% or more ' vc + VC 4 + vc Pastry, biscuits, cakes and other fine bakers' wares, whether or not containing cocoa in any proportion: A. Gingerbread and the like, containing by weight of sucrose (including inven sugar expressed as sucrose): I. Less than 30% II. 30% or more but less than 50% VC VC 13 + VC 13 + VC + vc + vc III. 50% or more 29-2 lì + vc A:R;Ch CHAPTER 20 PREPARATIONS OF VEGETABLES, FRUIT OR OTHER PARTS OF PLANTS Vegetables and fruit, prepared or preserved by vinegar or acetic acid, with or without sugar, whether or not containing salt, spices or mustard: A. Mango chutney 22 free B. Cucumbers and gherkins C. Other: ex C. Other, excluding "mixed pickles" and sweet peppers A:R;Ch 81

84 Rate 0 Γ Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous % Conventional % Inclusion (EEC) No 3601/85 OSP Rate of dun Beneficiaries Tspe oí control (sec footnote ('1 page 57) Vegetables prepared or preserved otherwise than by vinegar or acetic acid: F. Capers and olives: χ 20 A:R:Ch 15 H. Other, including mixtures: ex H. Moringa oleifera (drumsticks) Fruit preserved by freezing, containing added sugar: A. With a sugar content exceeding 13% by weight: ex A. B. Other: ex B. Fruit falling within heading Nos 08.01, D, Β, E and F and 08.09, excluding pineapples, melons and watermelons Fruit falling within heading Nos 08.01, D, Β, E and F and 08.09, excluding pineapples, melons and watermelons 26 + (U ads 26 X X 6 4 (L) Fruit, fruit pcel and parts of plants, preserved by sugar (drained, glace or crystallised): 25 B. Other: I. With a sugar content exceeding 13% by weight: ex I. II. Other: ex II. Fruit falling within heading Nos 08.01, D Β, E and F and 08.09, excluding pineapples, melons and watermelons Fruit falling within headings Nos 08.01, D, Β, E and F and 08.09, excluding pineapples, melons and water 25 + (U ads 25 X + (L) X Jams, fruit jellies, marmalades, fruit puree and fruit pastes, being cooked preparations, whether or not containing added sugar: B. Jams and marmalades of citrus fruit: I. With a sugar content exceeding 30% by weight: II. With a sugar content exceeding 13% but not exceeding 30% by weight: 30 + il) 30 + (L) 25 4 ads 25 4 ads X I9 + (L) 19 ML) A:R;Ch 82

85 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous % Conventional % Inclusion (EEC) No 3601/85 GSP Rate of cluts Beneficiaries T\ pe of control (see footnote (') page 57) (cont'd) lì. III. Other ex III Other excluding orange jam and marmalade C. Other: L With a sugar content exceeding 30% by weight: b) Other: (L) 4 ads ex b) Fruit falling within heading Nos Β. E and F and 08.09, excluding pineapples, melons and watermel 8 4 (L) II. With a sugar content exceeding 13% but not exceeding 30% by weight: (L) 4 ads ex II. Fruit falling within heading Nos 08.01, Β. E and Fand 08.09, excluding pineapples, melons and watermelons... χ 8 4 (L) A;R:Ch III. Other: ex III. Fruit falling within heading Nos 08.01, Β, E and F and 08.09, excluding pineapples, melons and watermelons x Fruit otherwise prepared or preserved, whether or not containing added sugar or spirit: A. Nuts (including ground nuts}, roasted, in immediate packings of a net capacity: 1. Of more than 1 kg: 17 Almonds. walnuts and ha/clnuts Other II. Of 1 kg or less: Almonds walnuts and hazelnuts Other B. Other: χ ' 12 A;R 6 A;R 6 1. Conraining added spirit: a) Ginger: 1. Of an actual alcoholic strength by mass not exceeding 2. Other b) Pineapples, in immediate packings of a net capacity: 1. Of more rhan 1 kg: aa) With a sugar content exceeding 17% by weight bb) Other 2. Of 1 kg or less: aa) With a sugar content exceeding 19'%, by weight bb) Other (L) (L) 32 x x X x X χ A:R:Ch 10 + (L) A;R:Ch (L) A:R:C'h 10 83

86 Rale of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous % Conventional % (EEC) No 3601/85 CiSP Rale of dut> Type of control footnote (') page 57) (cont'd) L c) Grapes: 1. With a sugar content exceeding 1.1". by weight 2. Other Ì2 + I.) 25 + (L) 25 A:R;Ch d) Peaches, pears and apricots, in immediate packings of a net capacity: 1. Of more than 1 kg; aa) With a sugar content exceeding I V'/ by weight: 11. Of an actual alcnhnlk strength In mas, imi exceeding I 1 SS"., mas 22. Otht!2 + (L) ads 25 4 (L) 25 + (L) A:R;Ch A,R;Ch bb) Other; II. Of an actual alcoholic strength by mass not exceeding 11 85";. mas 22. Other Of 1 kg or less: aa) With a sugar content exceeding 15"«by weight bb) Other ' (L) 25 A;R:Ch e) Other fruits: I. With a sugar content exceeding 9% by weight: aa) Of an actual alcoholic strength by mass not exceeding 11.85% mas: ex aa) excluding cherries 30 2 ads 25 4 (L) bb) Other: ï. Other: ex bb) excluding cherries aa) Of an actual alcoholic strength by mass not exceeding 11.85% mas ex aa) excluding cherries 32 < (D 25 + (L) bb) Other: ex bb) excluding cherries, f) Mixtures of fruit: I. With a sugar content exceeding 9", by weight : aa) Of an actual alcoholic strength by in "',, mas :ding 32 4 (I.) ï 2 + (Li 30 2 ads 25 4 (L) 25 4 (L) aa) Of an actual alcoholic srrcngth hs ",, mas 84

87 Rate. f Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous Conventional Inclusion (EEC) No 3601/85 OSI' Rate nl iluts Beneficiaries Type of control (see footnote (') pace 5 7) ionfd h II Noi containing added spirit a. ( ont a m mg added sugar, in ι in mediate packings ol a net capacity ot more than 1 kg; 1. (unger 2. Grapefruit segments 1 s Mandarins including tangerines and sac sumas :; clémentines. wilkings and other similar citrus hvhruis Pineapples ; free ads ads ads * χ X 10 4 (L) A:R:Ch 19 4 (L) A;R 18 4 (P) A;R aa) With a sugar content exceeding 1 7% bv weight : bb) In slices, half slices or spirals Other Other ( ads 22 χ 15 4 (P) A;R:Ch 12 4 (L) A;R:Ch Tariff quota of t. covering ex B II a), 5, ex B II b) 5, ex B II c) I dd) and ex B II c) 2 bb). allocated in shares: BNL: DK: 880 D : GR: 50 E: 840 F: 250 IRL: 200 I: 70 Ρ: 75 UK: Community reserve: 1 800t Tariff quota of t. covering ex B II a) 5. ex B II b) 5, cx B 11 c) 1 dd) and ex B II c) 2 bb). allocated in shares: BNL: 4000 DK : D: GR: 360 E: F: IRL: : I 200 Ρ: 100 UK: Il 500 Community reserve: 4 400t 15 Cf Β II a) 5 aa) (in slices, half slices or spirals) 8. Other fruits ex 8. Ol her Fruit falling within heading Nos Β. E and F and 08.09, excluding pineapples., melons and watermelons 23 + ;L) ads X 12 b 4 (L) Cf Β II a) 5 aa) (other) Tamarind (pods, pulp) * 7 4 (L) A;R:Ch 4. Mixtures of fruit: aa) Mixrures in which no single fruir exceeds 50% of the total weight of the fruits: ex aa) Mixtures of two or more fruits falling within heading Nos 08.01, Β, E and F and excluding melons and watermelons L 20 s> 2.ids X 9 4 (L) 85

88 Duly THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous % Conventional Inclusion (EEC) No 3601/85 GSP Rale ol Type of contro] (Olimme (') page B.IL b) Containing added sugar, in immediate packings of a net capacity (cont'd) of 1 kg or less: 1. Ginger 2. Grapefruit segments 3. Mandarins (including tangerines and satsumas); clémentines, wilkings and other similar citrus hybrids 4. Grapes 5. Pineapples: )- (L) 2~ (Li 2^ (L) ads ads -1-2 ads IC e (L) I«+ (L) 19 4 (L), V.R;Ch A;R A;R aa) With a sugar content exceeding 19% by weight: In slices, half slices or spirals 27 (L) ads Cf B II a) 5 aa) (r>i slices, half slices or spirals) Other Cf B II a) 5 aa) (other) bb) Other: In slices, half slices or spirals Other Cf B II a) 5 aa) (in slices, half slices or spirals) Cf B II a) 5 aa) (other) 8. Other fruits : 27 + (M ads ex 8. Fruit falling within heading Nos 08.01, Β, E and Fand (L) 9. Mixtures of fruit: aa) Mixtures in which no single fruit exceeds 50"» of the total weight of the fruits + (L) 15 2 ads ex aa) Mixtures of two or more fruits falling within heading Nos 08.01, Β, E and Fand 08.09, excluding melons and watermelons 7 + (L) c) Not containing added sugar, in immediate packings of a nel capacity: I Of 4.5 kg or more: dd) Other fruits: Pineapples : In slices, half slices or spirals. Olhcr Cf B II a) 5 aa) (in slices, half slices or spirals) Cf B II 5 aa) (other) Fruits falling within heading Nos 08.01, Β. E and F and 08.09, excluding melons and watermelons e) Mixtures of fruit: 6 ex ec) Mixtures oftwo or more fruits falling within heading Nos 08.01, B, E and F and excluding melons and watermelons, in which no single fruit exceeds 50% of the total weight of the fruits 86

89 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous % Conventional % Inclusion (EEC) No 3601/85 GSP Rale of dut) Type of control : footnote (') page 57) B. II- c) Not containing added sugar, in immcdiarc packings of a net (cont'd) capaciry: 2. Of less rhan 4-5 kg: bb) Other fruirs and mixtures of fruit : Pineapples : In slices, half slices or spirals 15 Cf B II a) 5 aa) (in slices, half slices or spirals) Other 12 Cf B II a) 5 aa (other) Fruit falling within headings Nos Β. E and F and Mixtures of two or more fruits falling within heading Nos Β, E and F and 08.09, excluding melons and watermelons, in which no single fruit exceeds 50% of the total weight of the fruits Fruit juices (including grape must) and vegetable juices, whether or not containing added sugar, but unfcrmcntcd and not containing spirit: A. Of a density exceeding 1,33 g/cm 1 at 20 C: III. Other: a) Of a value exceeding 30 ECU per 100 kg net weight: ex a) Fruit falling within sub-heading A - Fruit falling within heading Nos 08.01, Β, E and F and 08.09, excluding dates, pineapples, melons and watermelons - Fruit falling within subheading D b) Other: ex b) - Fruit falling within heading Nos 08.01, Β. E and F and 08.09, excluding pineapples, melons and watermelons - Fruit falling within subheading D B. Of a density of I.33g/cm J or less at 20 C: II. Other: a) Of a value exceeding 30 ECU pc r 100 kg net weight: 2. Grapefruit juice 42 + (L) 15 f ads A:R;Ch A:R;Ch A:R;Ch 87

90 Rate η 1 Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous % Conventional % Inclusion (EEC) No 3601/85 GSP Rate ol duls Beneficiarles Ispe oi.-ontrol 'I page s-i (cont'd) B. 11. a 3. Lemon juice and other citrus fruit juices: aa) Containing added sugar ads 13 A:R bb) Other ex bb) Other, excluding lemon juice 4. Pineapple juice: y 13 A:R bb) Other 6. Other Iruir and vegetarne juices: aa) Containing added sugar- 2 s ads t- ads χ * 17 + (I.) A;R 17 A: Κ ex aa) Fruit falling within heading Nos Β, E and F and 08.09, excluding pineapples, melons and watermelons * 8 A.R;Ch Other, excluding apricot and peach juices 17 bb) Other 24, 2 ex bb) - Fruit falling within heading Nos Β. E and F and 08.09, excluding pineapples, melons and watermelons χ 8 Other, excluding apricot and peach juices * Mixtures: hb) Other e\ bb) Other, excluding mixtures containing either separately or together, over 25'), of grape, citrus fruit, pineapple, apple, pear, tomato, apricot or peach juices: 111 Containing added suear 22. Other M ads 22 * * 17 A;R 18 A;R b) Of a value of 30 El'A or less per 100 kg net weight: 2. Grapefruit juice: aa) With an added sugar content exceeding 30% by weight hb) Other (U f ads 15 + ads X x S + (L) A;R;Cli 8 A:R;Ch 4. Other citrus fruit juices: aa) With an added sugar content exceeding 30% by weight 21 + (I.) 18 + ads X 4 (L) A.R bb) With an added sugar content of 30"/., or less by cc) Not containing added sugar weight ads 19 * A;R 15 \.H

91 Rale. 1 Dun THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Vilononluux Conventional Inclusion (EEC) No 3601/85 GSP Rate of dun Beneficiaries Ty pe of control (see footnote (') page 57) (cont'd) Β II b) S. Pineapple juice: Mi With an added sugar content exceeding 30"., by weight bb) With an added sugar content of 30% or less by weight +TD 22,, 19 + ads + ads 20 χ * X 17 + (L) A;R 17 A;R 17 A:R 7. Other fruit and vegetable juices: aa) With an added sugar content exceeding 30% by weight 24 + (L) 21 + ads ex aa) Fruit falling within heading Nos Β, E and F and excluding pineapples, melons and watermelons 8 4 (L) A:R;Ch Other, excluding apricot and peach juices χ 17 4 (L) bh) With an added sugar content of 50",, or less b> weight ads ex bb) Fruit falling within heading Nos Β. E and F and excluding pineapples, melons 8 A:R:Ch Other, excluding apricot and peach juices X 17 ccl Not containing added sugar: ex cc) Fruit falling within heading Nos Β, E and F and 08.09, excluding pineapples, melons and watermelons 8 A;R:Ch Other, excluding apricot and peach juices X 18 S Mixtures bbl Other: ex bb) Other, excluding mixtures containing, either separately or together, over 25".. of grape, citrus fruit, pineapple, apple, pear, tomato, apricot or peach juice: 11. With an added sugar content exceeding 3()"o bv weight 24 l il 21 + ads x 17 + (L) A:R 22. With an added sugar conrenr of 30",, or less bv we ighl ads X 17 A.R 33. Not containing added sugar A;R 89

92 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous % Conventional % Inclusion (EEC) No 3601/85 GSP Rale of Type of control footnote (') page 57) CHAPTER 21 MISCELLANEOUS EDIBLE PREPARATIONS Extracts, essences or concentrates, of coffee, tea or maté and preparations with a basis of those extracts, essences or concentrates; roasted chicory and other roasted coffee substitutes and extracts, essences and concentrates thereof: A. Extracts, essences or concentrates of coffee and preparations with a basis of those extracts, essences or concentrates : ex A. Extracts of coffee or "soluble coffee' obtained by a water method of extraction from roasted coffee, put up in powder form, granulated, in grains, in tablets or in similar solid form Tariff quota of t. allocated in shares: BNL: DK: D; GR: E: F: IRL: 1: Ρ: UK: Community reserve: t Essences of collée Β. Extracts, essences or concentrates of tea or mare and preparations with a basis of those extracts, essences or concentrates C. Roasted chicory and other roasted coffee substitutes: II. Other D. Extracts, essences and concentrates of roasted chicory and other roasted coffee substitutes: vc II. Other Mustard flour and prepared mustard: A. Mustard flour, m immediate packings of a net capacity; 1. Of 1 kg Or less 10 II. Of more than 1 kg 5 B. Prepared mustard 17 7 lal Duly impended ici ". (or ju indefinite period. 90

93 Rale of Duly THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Anonomous % Conventional Inclusion (EEC) No 3601/85 ( SP Rate of dun Beneficiaries Type of control (see footnote (') pape 57) Sauces; mixed condiments and mixed seasonings: > X 6 C Oilier/ X 5 A:R:Ch Soups and broths, in liquid, solid or powder form; homogenised composite food preparations: ) ι x A:R;Ch Natural yeasts (active or inactive); prepared baking powders: A. Active natural yeasts: X 8 II. Bakers' yeast: a) Dried b) Other III. Other vc vc 15 + VC 23 * * x 4 + vc A:R;Ch 4 4 vc 10 B. Inactive natural yeasts: I. In tablet, cube or similar form, or in immediate packings of a net 17 lì 6 II. Other 10 8 X Food preparations not elsewhere specified or included: A. Cereals m grain or ear form, pre cooked or otherwise prepared: 1 Maize II. Rice vc vc 8 + VC 13 + VC x X 3 4 vc 3 4 vc III. Other G. Other: vc 13 + VC * 2 4 vc I. Containing no milkfats or containing less than 1 5% by weight of such fats: a) Containing no sucrose or containing less than 5% by weight of sucrose (including invert sugar expressed as sucrose}: 1. Containing no starch or containing less than 5% by weight of starch : ex 1. Palm tree cores Dried plasma, obtained from the fresh blood of cattle added to citric sodium, containing 73,3% or more but less than 90% by weight of proteins X A:R;Ch 91

94 THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous % Conventional % Inclusion (EEC) No 3601/85 GSP Rjie ol I'ypc of control fool note i'i page CHAPTER 22 BEVERAGES, SPIRITS AND VINEGAR Waters, including spa waters and aerated waters; ice and snow: A. Spa waters, natural or artificial; aerated waters B. Other Lemonade, flavoured spa waters and flavoured aerated waters, and other non-alcoholic beverages, not including fruit and vegetable juices falling within heading No 20.07: A. Not containing milk or milkfats A.R.Ch Beer made from malt Spirits (other than those of heading No 22.08); liqueurs and other spiriluous beverages; compound alcoholic preparations (known as "concentrated extracts") for the manufacture of beverages: B. Compound alcoholic preparations known as "concentrated extract ") for the ma n u t act ti re of beverages: I. Aromatic bitters of an alcoholic strength of 44 2 to 49-2% vol containing from 1 5 to ( >".> by weight of gentian, spices and various ingredients and from 4 to 10"'.. of sugar, in containers of a capacity of 0 5 litre or less... C. Spirituous beverages: 10 subject ti) a min. of 1 60 ECU per hi per % vol of alcohol V. Other, in containers holding: a) Two litres or less : Tequila. Pisco and Singani 1-60 ECU per hi per " vol of alcohol + 10 ECU per hi 1.30 ECU per hi per % vol of alcohol + 5 ECU per hi CHAPTER 2 ï RESIDUES AND WASTE FROM THE FOOD INDUSTRIES; PREPARED ANIMAL FODDER Flours and meals, of meat, offals, fish, crustaceans or molluscs, unfit for human consumption; greaves: A. Flours and meals of meat and offals; greaves... B. Flours and meals of fish, crustaceans or molluscs (') ('I Preferences are noi lo be pram«! in rcipeci of produc 92

95 Rale of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous % Conventional % Inclusion (EEC) No 3601/85 GSP Rale of enehcuries Type of control 1 footnote (') page 57) Bran, sharps and other residues derived from the sifting, milling or working of cereals or of leguminous vegetables: B. Of leguminous vegetables Beet-pulp, bagasse and other waste of sugar manufacture; brewing and distilling dregs and waste; residues of starch manufacture and similar residues: II. Not exceeding 40% by weight B. Other: I. Beet-pulp, bagasse and other waste of sugar manufacture A. Residues from the manufacture of starch from maize (excluding concentrated steeping liquors), of a protein content, calculated on the dryproduct: Fret- II. Other free Oil-cake and other residues (except dregs) resulting from the extraction of vegetable oils: A. Oil-cake and other residues resulting from the extraction of olive oil: I. Containing 3% or less by weight of olive- oil lì. Other Wine lees; argo!: A. Wine lees: I. Having a total alcoholic strength by mass not exceeding 7-9",, mas and a dry matter content nut less than 25% by weighr (a) B. Argol Products of vegetahle origin of a kind used for animal food, not specified or included: elsewhere A. Acorns, horse chestnuts and pomace or marc of fruit: I. Grape marc: a) Having a rnr.il alcoholic strength bv mass not exceeding 4-3% mas and a dry matter content not less than 40% by weight II. Other tree Fre. B. < >ther 4 Sweetened forage; other preparations of a kind used in animal feeding: A. Fish or marine mammal solubles 9 (.. Other

96 Rale of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous Conventional % Inclusion (EEC) No 3601/85 GSP Raie of duly T\ pe of control footnote (') page 57) CHAPTER 24 TOBACCO I1 n manufactured tob.u ; tobacco refusi A. Flue cured Virginia type and li[»ht air cured Burlry type {including Hurley hybrids); liyht air cured Maryland type and lire cured tobacco (a) ' 30 subject to a min. of 29 ECU and a max. of 70 ECU per 100 kg net 23 subject to a min. of 28 ECU and a max. of 30 ECU per 100 kg net ex A. Unmanufactured Virginia 'flue cured' type tobacco. 6 with a min. of 16 ECU and a max. of 30 ECU per 100 kg net Community tariff quota of t covering ex A and cx B, allocated in shares: BNL: DK: D: GR: E: F: IRL: 1: Ρ: UK: Community reserve: ) (i) Entry under thu iubhejding» 94

97 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Descri pi ion Autonomous 96 Conventional 96 Inclusion (EEC) No 3601/85 GSP Rate of dui> Type of control footnote (') page 57) (cont'd) 30 subject to a min. of 29 ECU and a max. c f 70 ECU per 100 kg net subjea to a min. of 28 ECU and a max. of 70 ECU per 100 kg net ex B. Other, excluding the sun cured oriental type tobacco. Manufactured tobaeeo; tobáceo extracts and essences: with a min. of 28 ECU per and a max. of 33 ECU per 100 kg net Community tarift quota of t, allocated in shares: BNL: DK: D: GR: Ι Ε: IRL: I: I>: UK: Community reserve: A. Cigarerres 180 K2 A:R B. Cigars A; R C. Smoking tobacco A; R D. Chewing tobacco and snuft 45 A;R E. Other, including agglomerated tobacco in the form of sheets or strip 18 A;R 95

98 THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control SECTION V MINERAL PRODUCTS CHAPTER 2s SALT; SULPHUR; EARTHS AND STONE; PLASTERING MATERIALS, LIME AND CEMENT" Common salt (including rock salt, sea salr and table salt); pure sodium chloride; salt liquors; sea water: A. Common salt (including rock salt, sea salt and table salt) and pure sodium chloride, whether or not in aqueous solution: I. For chemical transformanon (scparanon of Na from CI) for the manufacture of other products (a) 1 ECU per kg II. Other: a) Dcnarured or for industrial uses (including refining) other than the preservation or preparation of foodstuffs for human consumption (a) b) Other B. Salt liquors; sea water 5 ECU per 1 1)0(1 kg per kg 2-5 ECU per kg net 5,20 ECU per I 000 kg net Unroastcd iron pyrites Sulphur of all kinds, other than sublimed sulphur, precipitated and colloidal sulphur: A. Crude B. Other sulphur 1(1 3,2.i Kulry muler this suhheajnir i<.i-d 1. ihi-,ollipi-ll-lll.1 96

99 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous % Conventional % Inclusion (EEC) No 3599/85 Beneficiaries Type of control Natural sands of all kinds, whether or not coloured, other than metal Quartz (other than natural sands); quartzitc, including quarrzite not further worked than roughly split, roughly squared or squared by sawing Clay (for example, kaolin and bentonite), andalusitc, kyanitc and silli manitc, whether or not calcined, but not including expanded clays falling within heading No 68.07; muuite; chamottc and dinas earths Chalk [25.09) Natural calcium phosphates, natural aluminium calcium phosphates, Natural barium sulphate (barytes); natural barium carbonate (withcrite), whether or not calcined, other than barium oxide; B. Barium carbonate, whether or not calcined Siliceous fossil meals and similar siliceous earths (for example, kieselguhr, tripoilte or diatomitc) whether or not calcined, of an apparent density of I free Pumice stone; emery; naru ral corundum, natural garnet and other abrasives, whether or not heat-treated: natural B. Other 1 0,9 25. Slate, including slate not further worked than roughly split, rougly squared Marble, travertine, ecaussine and other calcareous monumental and building stone of an apparent density of kg/m 3 or more and alabaster, including such stone not further worked than roughly split, rougly squared or squared by sawing: A. Crude; roughly split or roughly squared; not further worked than Fret B. Not funher worked than squared by sawing or splitting, of a thickness not exceeding 25 cm: II. Other Frec 10 4i4 97

100 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous % Conventional % Inclusion (EEC) No 3599/85 Beneficiaries Type of control Granite, porphyry, basalt, sandstone and other monumental and building stone, including such stone not further worked than roughly split, roughly squared or squared by sawing: A. Crude; roughly split or roughly squared; not further worked than B. Nol further worked than squared by sawing or splitting, of a thickness not exceeding 25 cm: I. tiranne, porphyry, syenite, lava, basalt, gneiss, trachyte and other II. Other monumental and building stone: a) Calcareous stone of an apparent density of less than kg/m J b) Other b 2, Pebbles and crushed or broken stone (whether or not heat-treated), gravel, macadam and tarred macadam, of a kind commonly used for concrete aggregates, for road metalling or for railway or other ballast; flint and shingle, whether or not heat-treated; granules and chippings (whether or not heat-treated) and powder of stones falling within heading No or Dolomite, whether or not calcined, including dolomite not further worked than roughly split, roughly squared or squared by sawing; agglomerated dolomite (including tarred dolomite): 4 1,8 5 2, Natural magnesium carbonate (magnesite); fused magnesia; dead-burned (sintered) magnesia, whether or not containing small quantities of other oxides added before sintering; other magnesium oxide, whether or not chemically pure: A. Magnesium oxide other than calcined natural magnesium 9 4,1 * B. Other Gypsum; anhydrite; calcined gypsum, and plasters with a basis of calcium sulphate, whether or not coloured, but not including plasters specially prepared for use in dentistry Fret Limestone flux and calcareous stone, commonly used for the manufacture of lime Quicklime, slaked lime and hydraulic lime, other than calcium oxide and 4 35 x Portland cement, ciment fondu, slag cement, supersulphate cement and similar hydraulic cements, whether or not coloured or in the form of 8 3,2 χ [25.25] 98

101 Raie of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control Mica, including splittings; mica waste Natural steatite, including natural steatite not funher worked than roughly split, roughly squared or squared by sawing; talc: A. Natural steatite, including natural steatite not funher worked than roughly split, roughly squared or squared by sawing B. Natural steatite, crushed or powdered: I. Talc in immediate packings of a net capacity of 1 kg or less II. Other ly 0, Natural cryolite and natural chiolite [25.29] Crude natural borates and concentrates thereof (calcined or not), but not including borates separated from natural brine; crude natural boric acid containing not more than 85% of ii.bi ), calculated on the dry weight Felspar, leucite, nepheline and nepheline svenire; fluorspar: A. Fluorspar B. Orhcr Ì 1-rce Mineral substances not elsewhere specified or included: A. Natural micaceous iron oxides B. Other.1 1 ret- I,S (a) Ames lo Ihc CCT. 99

102 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous % Conventional % (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control CHAPTER 26 METALLIC ORES, SLAG AND ASH Metallic ores and concentrates and roasted iron pyrites: A. Iron ores and concentrates and roasted iron pyrites: I. Roasted iron pyrites II. Other (ECSC) Β. Manganese ores and concentrates, including manganiferous iron ores and concentrates with a manganese content of 20% or more by weight (ECSC) C. Uranium ores and concentrates: I. Uranium ores and pitchblende, and concentrates thereof, with a uranium content of more than 5% by weight (E.URATOM) II. Other D. Thorium ores and concentrates: I. Monazite; urano-thorianite and other thorium ores' and concentrates, with a thorium content of more than 20% by weight (EUR ATOM) II. Other E. Other ores and concentrates Slag, dross, scaling! and similar waste from the manufacture of iron or steel: A. Blast-furnace dust (ECSC) Β. Other Ash sind residues (other than from the manufacture of iron or steel), containing metals or metallic compounds Other slag and ash, including kelp 100

103 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous Conventional (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control CHAPTER 27 MINERAL FUELS, MINERAL OILS AND PRODUCÍS OF THEIR DISTILLATION; BITUMINOUS SUBSTANCES; MINERAL WAXES Coal; briquettes, ovoids and similar solid fuels manufactured from coal: A. Coal (ECSC): Federal Republic of Germany DM 6 per kg Other Member States B. Other (ECSC): Federal Republic of Germany DM 6 per kg Italy Other Member States 1.8 Lignite, whether or not agglomerated: A. Lignite (ECSC): France Greece 2,2 5 Other Member States ree B. Agglomerated lignite (EGSCJ: France Greece Italy Other Member States 2,2 5 1,8 Peat (including peat litter), whether or not agglomerated: A. Peat B. Agglomerated peat 3 1,4 Coke and semi-coke of coal, of lignite or of peat, whether or not agglomerated; retort carbon: A. Coke and semi-coke of coal: I. For the manufacture of electrodes II. Other (ECSC): Italy Other Member States 1,4 3,8 B. Coke and semi-coke of lignite (ECSC): Italy Other Member States C. Other 3,8 A;R:Ch [27.05] bis Coal gas, water gas, producer gas and similar gases Tar distilled from coal, from lignite or from peat, and other mineral tars, including partially distilled tars and blends of pitch with creosote oils or with other coal tar distillation products 101

104 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Inscription Autonomous % Conventional (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control Oils and other products of the distillation of high temperature coal tar; similar products as denned in Note 2 to this Chapter: A. Crude oils: I. Crude light oils of which 90% or more by volume distils at temperatures of up to 200 C 10 3,2 II. Other 2 1 B. Benzole, toluole, xylole, solvent naphtha (heavy benzole); similar products as defined in Note 2 to this Chapter, of which 65% or more by volume distils at temperatures of up to 250 C (including mixtures of petroleum spirit and benzole); sulphuretted toppings: I. For use as power or heating fuels ID 5 X II. For other purposes (a) p.m. X C. Basic products h 3 X D. Phenols Î 2 5 χ E. Naphthalene F. Anthracene 1 5 p.m. p.m. χ x G' Other: I. For the manufacture of the products of heading No (a) II. Other ï 2,9 3,5 p.m. χ χ Pitch and pitch coke, obtained from coal tar or from other mineral tars Petroleum oils and oils obtained from bituminous minerals, crude Petroleum oils and oils obtained from bituminous minerals, other than crude; preparations not elsewhere specified or included, containing not less than 70% by weight of petroleum oils or of oils obtained from bituminous minerals, these oils being the basic constituents of the preparations: A. Lights oils: I. For undergoing a specific process (a) (b) II. For undergoing chemical transformation by a process other than those specified in respect of subheading Λ I (a) (b) (c) 7 (c) III. For other purposes: a) Special spirits: 1. White spirit M (d) 7 2. Other (d) 7 b) Other (d) 7 B. Medium oils: I. For undergoing a specific process (a) (b) II. For undergoing chemical transformation b v a process other than those specified in respect of subheading B I (a) (b) (c) 7 (c) III. For other purposes (d) Ceiling under surveillance of t covering all A III Ceiling under surveillance of it) rntry under thu subheading is sublet to conditions (o be detenni ned by the competent authom.ev (b) Titrai suspension (nr π indefinite period.,t] See Additional Noie 6 of Chapter 27 of the CCT id] Ilury rate reduced to 6% (suspension) for an indefinite period. 102

105 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous % Conventional (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control (cont'd) C. Heavy oils: I. Gas oils: a) For undergoing a specific process (a) 10 (b) b) For undergoing chemical transformation by a process other than those specified ui respect of subheading C 1 a) (a) c) For other purposes II. Fuel oils: 10 (b) (c) 10(d) 5(c) 5 Ceiling under surveillance of t covering 27.10C Ic), lie), III c) and d) a) For undergoing a specific process (a) 10 (bl b) For undergoing chemical transformation by a process other than those specified in respect of subheading C II a) (a) c) For other purposes 10 (b) (c) 10!<i) Cf C I c) MI. Lubricating oils; other oils: a) For undergoing a specific process (a) 12(b) b) For undergoing chemical transformation by a process other ih.ui those specified in respect of subheading C III a) (a) 12 (b) (c) c) To be mixed in accordance with the terms of Additional Note 7 to this Chapter (a) d) For other purposes 12(e) 12(f) A'.RXh Cf C le) Petroleum gases and other gaseous hydrocarbons: A. Propane of a purity not less than 99%: I. For use as a power or heating fuel II. For other purposes (a) 16 B. Other: I. Commercial propane and commercial butane: a) For undergoing a specific process (a) 3 5 (b) 1 5 b) For undergoing chemical transformation by a process other than those specified in respect of subheading Β I a) (a) c) For other purposes 3 5 (b) (c) 35 15( 1 s II. Other: a) In gaseous form b) Other 3 5 (b) 3 5 (b) s A;R,Ch Petroleum jelly: A. Crude: I. For undergoing a specific process (a) 1 5 (b) (i) F.nrry under this subheading is sul (b) Tcnal suspension lor an indefinite (c) See Additional Noie 6 of Chapic (dl Dury rate reduced to J 5% (.suspe!e) Dury rate reduced to Af. fsuspens (fl Dury rate reduced to 7% [suspera of «si f for for he an in CCT η indefinite penod nde finit«ndefintte pen.«! nined by the compétent 103

106 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous Conventional of (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control A. II. For undergoing chemical transformation by a process other than (cont'd) those specified in respect of subheading A I (a) 2-5 (b) (c) 1,8 (c) HI. For other purposes 2-5 ' *> B. Other 10 4,9 A;R;C'h Paraffin wax, micro-crystalline wax, slack wax, ozokerite, lignite wax, peat wax and other mineral waxes, whether or not coloured: A. Ozokerite, lignite wax or peat wax (natural products): I. Crude II. Other ,8 A;R,Ch B. Other: I. Crude: a) For undergoing a specific process (a) b) For undergoing chemical transformation by a process other than those specified in respect of subheading Β I a) (a) c) For other purposes II. Other 2-5 (b) 2-5 (b) (c) ,8 1.8(c) 1,8 4,4 Petroleum bitumen, petroleum coke and other residues of petroleum oils or of oils obtained from bituminous minerals: A. Petroleum bitumen B. Petroleum coke C. Other:. F ree F ree p.m. p.m. X X 1. For the manufacture of the products of heading No (a) II. Other 4 Bitumen and asphalt, natural; bituminous shale, asphaltic rock and tar sands Bituminous mixtures based on natural asphalt, on natural bitumen, on petroleum bitumen, on mineral tar or on mineral tar pitch (for example, bituminous mastics, cut-backs) 0,9 Electric current (a) Etilry under this auohcading is subirci io cundmons io be determined by the competent authorities. ib' Total suspension for an indefinite period. c) See Additional Note 6 of Chapter 27 of the CCT. (d) See Annex lo lhe CCT. 104

107 Rate 0 f Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous % Conventional % Inclusion (EEC) No 3599/85 Beneficiaries Type of control SECTION VI PRODUCTS OF THE CHEMICAL AND ALLIED INDUSTRIES CHAPTER 28 INORGANIC CHEMICALS; ORGANIC AND INORGANIC COMPOUNDS OF PRECIOUS METALS, OF RARE EARTH METALS, OF RADIO-ACTIVE ELEMENTS AND OF ISOTOPES I. CHEMICAL ELEMENTS Halogens (fluorine, chlorine, bromine and iodine): A. Fluorine 9 5 X B. Chlorine 1 1 X 9 X p.m. χ ,6 X p.m. χ Hydrogen, rare gases and other non-metals: 3,7 χ 5 X A,R;Ch C. Other non-metals: 5 χ p.m. χ IV. Phosphorus 15 2,1 6 x X V. Other: 8 6 Silicon X Alkali and alkaline-earth metals; rare earth nici.il >. yttrium and scandium and intermixtures or intcralloys thereof; mercury: Λ. Alkali metals:

108 Rule o Γ Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous % Conventional % Inclusion (EEC) No 3599/85 Beneficiaries Type of control (cont'd) ,1 S 11 3,2 5,7 C. Rare earth metals, yttrium and scandium and intermixtures or intcralloys thereof: ,7 D. Mercury: I. In flasks of a net capacity of 34*5 kg (standard weight), of a fob 8-40 ECU per flask 6,72 ECU per flask II. INORGANIC ACIDS AND OXYGEN COMPOUNDS OF NON-METALS 12 6 X [28.07] X * [28.11] S 3, Other inorganic acids and oxygen compounds of non-metals water}: A. Hydrogen fluoride (hydrofluoric acid) (excluding 13 IS ID ,6 5,7 8 4,6 5,3 X X X X X X X X X 106

109 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous Conventional (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control 111. HALOGEN AND SULPHUR COMPOUNDS OF NON METALS 28. Halides, oxyhalides and other halogen compounds of non metals: A. Chlorides and oxychlorides of non metals: 1. Sulphur chlorides 1-1 6, t. II. Other B. Other halogen compounds of non metals Sulphides of non metals; phosphorus trisulphide: A. Phosphorus sulphides; phosphorus trisulphide B. Carbon disulphide C. Other Λ 5,3 6 3,7 IV. INORGANIC BASES AND METALLIC OXIDES, HYDROXIDES AND PEROXIDES Ammonia, anhydrous or in aqueous solution A;Ch Ceiling under surveillance of ECU Quota of ECU: Libya Sodium hydroxide (caustic soda); potassium hydroxide (caustic potash); peroxides of sodium or potassium: A. Sodium hydroxide (caustic soda) B. Potassium hydroxide (caustic potash) C. Sodium peroxide and potassium peroxide Hydroxide and peroxide of magnesium; oxides, hydroxides and peroxides, of strontium or barium: A. Magnesium hydroxide and magnesium peroxide B. Strontium oxide, strontium hydroxide and strontium peroxide A;R:Ch C. Barium oxide, barium hydroxide and barium peroxide Zinc oxide and zinc peroxide Aluminium oxide and hydroxide; artificial corundum: A. Aluminium oxide and aluminium hydroxide B. Artificial corundum I I la) 5,7 s',2 r rïduicd tn S ί% (luipcns 107

110 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFP PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous % Conventional % (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control Chromium oxides and hydroxides Ceiling under surveillance of ECU Manganese oxides: A. Manganese dioxide 12 5,3 B. Other 15 6,9 Iron oxides and hydroxides; earth colours containing 70% or more by weight of combined iron evaluated as Fe203 Cobalt oxides and hydroxides; commercial cobalt oxides Titanium oxides [28.26J Lead oxides; red lead and orange lead 10,5 Hydrazine and hydroxylamine and their inorganic salts; other inorganic bases and metallic oxides, hydroxides and peroxides: A. Hydrazine and hydroxylamine and their inorganic salts 15 6 Λ R;Ch B. Lithium oxide and lithium hydroxide 13 5,3 A R;Ch C. Calcium oxide, calcium hydroxide and calcium peroxide: I. Calcium oxide and calcium hydroxide II. Calcium peroxide D. Beryllium oxide and beryllium hydroxide E. Tin oxides 11) ,6 6,3 5,3 5,7 Λ R;Ch Λ R;Ch A R;Ch Λ R;Ch F. Nickel oxides and nickel hydroxides G. Molybdenum oxides and molybdenum hydroxides H. Tungsten oxides and tungsten hydroxides ,3 4,6 Λ R;Ch Λ R.Ch IJ. Vanadium oxides and vanadium hydroxides: I. Divanadium pentaoxidc (vanadic pentoxidc) II. Other ,5 5,5 A R;Ch A R;Ch K. Zirconium oxide and germanium oxides 1(1 7 Λ R;Ch L. Coppex. oxides and copper hydroxides: I. Copper oxides II. Copper hydroxides M. Mercury oxides N. Other Antimony oxides ; other A R;Ch Λ R;Ch Λ R;Cn Λ R;Ch Ceiling under surveillance of ECU 108

111 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous % Conventional % (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of conlrol V. METALLIC SALTS AND PEROXYSALTS, OF INORGANIC ACIDS Fluorides; fluorosi liua ics, fluo robora tes and other complex fluorine salts: A. Fluorides: I. Of ammonium; of sodium II. Other B. Fluorosihcatcs, fluoroboratcs and other complex fluorine salts: 1. Disodium hev.ifluorosilicate and dipotassium hexafluorosilicate II. Dipotassium liex.illuoro/irconate III. Trisodium hexafluoroaluminate IV Other , Chlorides, oxychlorides and hydroxychlorides; bromides and oxybromides; iodides and osyiodides: A. Chlorides: I. Of ammonium, of aluminium: Of ammonium Of aluminium II. Of barium III. Of calcium; of magnesium IV. Of iron V. Of cobalt; of nickel VI. Of rin VII. Other B. Oxychlorides and hydroxychlorides: I. Of copper; of lead II. Other C. Other 11 IÜ ,6 5,7 4, ,4 4,1 6 3,2 5,3 6,9 A:R;Ch Ceiling under surveillance of ECU Quota of ECU: China Ceiling under surveillance of ECU Quota of ECU : China Hypochlorites; commercial calcium hypochlorite; chlorites; hypobromitcs: A. Sodium hypochlorite and potassium hypochlorite B. Chlorites C. Other ,6 5,3 6,9 Chlorates and Perchlorates; bromates and perbromatcs; iodatcs and periodates: A. Chlorates; 1. Of ammonium; of sodium; of potassium II. Of barium III. Other B. Perchlorates: I. Of ammonium II. Of sodium III. Of potassium IV. Other C. Other ,1 4, ,9 109

112 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous Conventional % (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control [28.33] [28.34] Sulphides; polysulphidcs: A. Sulphides: I. Of potassium; of barium; of tin; of mercury II. Of calcium; of antimony; of iron III. Other II ,7 4,6 6,9 B. Polysulpliides: I. Of potassium; of calcium; of barium; of iron; of tin II. Other ,9 Dithionitcs, including those stabilised with organic substances; sulphoxylates Sulphites and thiosulphates Sulphates (including alums) and pcrsulphates: A. Sulphates (excluding alums): I. Of sodium; of cadmium Of potassium; of copper III. Of barium; of zinc 9 PV. Of magnesium; of aluminium; of chromium V. Of cobalt; of titanium VI. Of iron; of nickel VII. Of mercury; of lead ,3 5 4,6 VIII. Other Π 5,3 B. Alums: I. Aluminium ammonium bis(sulphate) II. Aluminium potassium bis(sulphate) III. Chromium potassium bis(sulphate) IV. Other C. Peroxosulphates (persulphates) ,3 Nitrites and nitrates: A. Nitrites 110

113 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Conventional (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control (cont'd) B. Nitrates: 1. Of sodium II. Of potassium III. Of barium; of beryllium; of cadmium; of cobalt; of nickel S,S 8 8 A R Ch A R Ch A R;Ch IV. Of copper; of mercury 8 4,6 A R Ch V. Of lead 15 6,9 A R Ch VI. Other 3 A R Ch Phosphites, hypophosphitcs and phosphates: A. Phosphonates (phosphites) and phosphinates (hypophosphiies) B. Phosphates (including polyphosphates): I. Of ammonium: a) Polyphosphates b) Other 6,6 5,3 A,R;Ch II. Other [28.41] Polyphosphates Other Carbonates and pcrcarbonates; commercial ammonium carbonate containing ammonium carbamate: A. Carbonates: l. Of ammonia (including commercial ammonium carbonate containing ammonium carbamate) II. Of sodium III. Of calcium IV. Of magnesium; of copper ,7 A:R:Ch A;R:Ch Ceiling under surveillance of ECU Quota of ECU : Romania V. Of beryllium; of cobalt; of bismuth VI. Of lithium VIL Other: Barium carbonate - Other 3. Peroxocarbonates (pcrcarbonates) Ceiling under surveillance of ECU Quota of ECU: China Cyanides and complex cyanides: A. Cyanides: I. Of sodium; of potassium; of calcium II. Of cadmium 111. Other B. Complex cyanides II 15 6,9 6,3 5,

114 Rale of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Conventional % (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control Fulminates, cyanatcs and thiocyanatcs: A. Fulminates B. Cyanatcs C. Thiocyanatcs ,9 Silicates; commercial sodium and potassium silicates: A. Of zirconium 5,7 B. Other 5 A:R:Ch Borates and perborates: A. Borates: I. Of sodium, anhydrous: a) For the manufacture of sodium peroxoboratc (a) b) Other II. Other ree ,7 5,3 A;R:Ch A,R;Ch B. Peroxoborates (perborates) Salts of metallic acids (for example, chromâtes, permanganates, sunnates): 15 6,9 A. Aluminates B. Chromates, dichromatcs and perchromates: I. Chromates II. Other: Sodium dichromatc - Other C. Manzaniles, manganates and permanganates D. Antimonatcs and molybdates E. Zincatcs and vanadates F. Other ,4 6,9 6,6 4,6 6,3 Ceiling under surveillance of ECU Other salts and pcroxysalts of inorganic acids, but not including azides: A. Salts, double salts or complex salts of selenium or tellurium acids B. Other: I. Arsenates II. Double or complex phosphates III. Double or complex carbonates IV. Double or complex silicates V. Other ,7 6 6,6 y under this suhhc.ding is ilihjesl n 112

115 Rale of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous Conventional % (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control VI. MISCELLANEOUS Colloidal precious metals; amalgams of precious metals; salts and other compounds, inorganic or organic, of precious metals, including albuminates, proteinatcs, tannâtes and similar compounds, whether or not chemically denned: A. Colloidal precious metals: I. Silver II. Other B. Amalgams of precious metals ,3 3,7 C. Salts and other compounds, inorganic or organic, of precious metals: I. Of silver II. Of other precious metals Fissile chemical elements and isotopes; other radio-active chemical elements and radio-active isotopes; compounds, inorganic or organic, of such elements or isotopes, whether or not chemically defined; alloys, dispersions and cermets, containing any of these elements, isotopes or compounds: A. Fissile chemical elements and isotopes; compounds, alloys, dispersions and cermets, containing such elements or isotopes, including spent or irradiated nuclear reactor fuel elements (cartridges) (EURATOM) (a) Other (bj. (a) Isotopes and their compounds, inorganic or organic, whether or not chemically defined, other than isotopes and compounds falling within heading No 28.50: A. Deuterium, deuterium oxide (heavy water) and other compounds of deuterium; hydrogen and compounds thereof, enriched in deuterium; mixtures anc solutions containing these produas (EURATOM) 10 Othe 15 Compounds, inorganic or organic, of thorium, of uranium depleted in U 235, of rare earth metals, of yttrium or of scandium, whether or not mixed together: A. Of thorium or of uranium depleted together (EURA DM) U 235, whether or not mixed 6 (a) 3,2 l.i( See Anne» to Ihe CCT. (b) «B: Artificial ridio-acme.urun leuraioml 113

116 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous % (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control (28.53) Hydrogen peroxide (including solid hydrogen peroxide): A. Solid B. Other 1«15 7,6 6,9 Phosphides, whether or not chemically defined: A. Of iron (ferro-phosphorus), containing 15% or more by weight of phosphorus B. Other II 5 6,6 Carbides, whether or not chemically defined: A. Of silicon B. Of boron C. Of calcium D. Of aluminium; of chromium; of molybdenum; of tungsten; of vanadium; of tantalum; of titanium E. Other ,1 8 5,3 A;Ch A;R.Ch Hydrides, nitrides, azides, suicides and horides, whether or not chemically defined: A. Hydrides B. Nitrides C. Azides D. Suicides E. Borides 1Ü II II 4,6 4,6 6,3 8,8 5,3 A.R.Ch Other inorganic compounds (including distilled and conductivity water and water of similar purity : liquid air (whether or not rare gases have been removed); compressed air; amalgams, other than amalgams of precious metals: A. Distilled and conductivity water and water of similar purity 2,7 B. Liquid air (whether or not rare gases have been removed); compressed air... 4,1 C. Other 1

117 Rate of Duly THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control CHAPTER 29 ORGANIC CHEMICALS I. HYDROCARBONS AND THEIR HALOGENATED, SULPHONATED. NITRATED OR NITROSATED DERIVATIVES Hydrocarbons: A. Acyclic: I. For use as power or heating fuels 12 II. For other purposes (a) free B. Cyclanes and cyclencs: I. Azulene and its alkyl derivatives II. Other: a) For use as power or heating fuels b) For other purposes (a) 25 8,4 C. Cycloterpenes: I. Piñenes, camphenc and dipentene II. Other 13 IS 6 6,6 A.R;Ch D. Aromatic: I. Benzene, toluene and xylenes: a) For use as power or heating fuels b) For other purposes (a) II. Styrene III. Ethylbenzene IV. Cumene (isopropylbenzene) V. Naphthalene and anthracene VI. Biphenyl and terphenyls VII. Other 2s 8 K ,6 8 2,5 6,9 6,3 Ceiling under surveillance of ECU Quota of ECU covering Brazil Halogcnated derivatives of hydrocarbons: A. Halogenated derivatives of acyclic hydrocarbons: I. Fluorides 11. Chlorides a) Saturated: 1. Chloromethane and chloroethane 2. Other h) Unsaturated III. Bromides, IS ,6 A,R;Ch IV. Iodides V. Mixed derivatives ,4 7,4 B. Halogcnated derivati' C. Halogcnated derivato of cyclanes, cyclencs ami cyclotcrpci of aromatic hydrocarbons Γ IH ", Ι 7,6 A.R;Ch 115

118 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous % Conventional % (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control Sulphonatcd, nitrated or nitrosated derivatives of hydrocarbons: A. Sulphonated derivatives A,R;Ch B. Nitrated and nitrosated derivatives: I. Trinitrotoluenes and dinitronaphthalenes II. Other C. Mixed derivatives: I. Sulphohalogenated derivatives 11. Other ,1 0,6 11 (') II. ALCOHOLS AND THEIR HALOGENATED, SULPHONATED, NITRATED OR NITROSATED DERIVATIVES Acyclic alcohols and their halogcnated, sulphonatcd, nitrated or nitrosated derivatives: A. Saturated monohydric alcohols: I. Methanol (methyl alcohol) II. Propan-1-ol (propyl alcohol) and propan-2-ol (isopropyl alcohol) III. Butanol and isomers thereof: a) 2-Methylpropan-2-ol (tert-buty\ alcohol) b) Other: Butanol - Other IV. Pentanol (amyl alcohol) and isomers thereof V. Other 8(a) (b) 6, ,6 8 7,9 Ceiling under surveillance of ECU Quota of ECU : Libya, Romania Ceiling under surveillance of 600 0CO ECU B. Unsaturated monohydric alcohols: I. Allyl alcohol II. Other 16 6,6 6,9 C. Polyhydric alcohols: I. Diols. triols and tetraols: Ethylene glycol - Other II. D-Mannitol (mannitol) Ceiling under surveillance of I ECU III. D-Glucitol (sorbitol): a) In aqueous solution: 1. Containing 2% or less by weight of D-mannitol, calculated on the D-glucitol content 2. Other b) Other: 1. Containing 2% or less by weight of D-mannitol, calculated on the n-glucitol content 2. Other IV. Other polyhydric alcohols V. Halogenated, sulphonated, nitrated or nitrosated derivatives of polyhydric alcohols 12(c) + vc 12 + vc 12 ic) + vc 18 6,6 7,6 (a) The autonomous duly applicable to products originating in ihc United Slam of America is sci al 18.1% unii] 28 February (b) Products originating in ihe United Stales of America do not receive lhe benefit of lhe conventio'nal duly rale. This is applicable unii (c) Duly raie reduced io 9% (suspension) for an indefinite period. 2B Februars' ls>o6. I') For S-Icsl-bulyl-?. A. 6-inniiro-m-iylenc (muse xylene), ihe reference liase is sei al 138 JOO ECU 116

119 Rate of Duly THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous % Conventional % (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control Cyclic alcohols and their halogcnated, sulphonated, nitrated or nitrosated derivatives: A. Cyclanic, cyclenic and cyclotcrpenic: I. Cyclohexanol, mcthylcyclohexanols and dimcthylcyclohcxanols II. Menthol III. Sterols and inositols IV. Other S 8,5 (..6 7,1 B. Aromatic: I. Cinnamyl alcohol II. Other ,3 -.4 III. PHENOLS, PHENOL-ALCOHOLS, AND THEIR HALOGENATED, SULPHONATED, NITRATED OR NITROSATED DERIVATIVES Phenols and phenol-alcohols: A. Monophenols: I. Phenol and its salts II. Cresols, xylenols, and their salts III. Naphthols and their salts IV. Other ,1 ",4 A;Ch B. Polyphenols: L Resorcinol and its salts II. Hydroquinone (quinol) 17 IS 7,4 7,6 Ceiling under surveillance of ECU Quota of ECU: China III. Dihydroxynaphthalcnes and their salts IV. 4,4'-Isopropylidenediphenol (2,2-bis(4-hydroxyphenyl)propane, bis phenol A) V. Other C. Phenol-alcohols IS 6 6,9 7,6 Halogcnated, sulphonatcd, nitrated or nitrosated derivatives of phenols or phenol-alcohols: A. Halogcnated derivatives IS 6.9 B. Sulphonated derivatives IS 7,6 C. Nitrated and nitrosated derivatives: I. Picric acid (2,4,6-trinitrophenol); lead styphnate (lead trinitroresorcinoxidc); trinitroxylenols and their salts II. Dinitrocrcsols; trinitro-m-cresol III. Other D. Mixed derivatives IS 5,3 12,5 7,6 7,6 117

120 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous % Convenue nal % (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control IV FTHERS, ALCOHOL PEROXIDES, ETHER PEROXIDES, EPOXIDES WITH A THREE OR FOUR MEMBER RING, ACETALS AND HEMIACETALS, AND THEIR HALOGENATED. SULPHONATED, NITRATED OR NITROSATED DERIVATIVES Ethers, ether-alcohols, cthcr-phenols, ethcr-alcohol-phcnols, alcohol peroxides and ether peroxides, and their halogcnated, sulphonatcd, nitrated or nitrosated derivatives: A. Ethers: I. Acyclic: a) Diethyl ether and dîchlorodicthyl ethers. b) Other II. Cyclanic, cyclenic and cycloterpenic S,4 7,4 7,4 III. Aromatic: a) A-tert -Buryl-3-methoxy-2,6-dinitrotoluen b) Diphenylether c) Other R. Ether-alcohols: I. Acyclic: 2,2-Oxydiethanol (dielhylene glycol). other II. Cvclic C. Ether-phcnuK and ether-alcohol-phenols: I. Guaiacol; potassium guaiacolsulphonates... II. Other D. Alcohol peroxides and ether peroxides lì ,1 I I 6.9 6,6 A,R;Ch A'.R'.Ch A:R;Ch A;R,Ch A:R;Ch Ceiling under surveillance of ECU Epoxides, epoxvakohols. cpoxyphenok and epoxycthers, with a three or four member ring, and their halogcnated, sulphonated, nitrated or nitrosated derivatives: A. l-chloro-2,3-epoxypropane (epichlorhydrin) R. Other IS IS Acetáis and hcmiacctals and single or complex oxygen-function acetáis and hemiacetals, and their halogenated, sulphonated, nitrated or nitrosated derivatives: A. 2-(2-Iiiitn\\(.-tho\y)cthyl 6-propylpiperonyl ether (pipcronyl butoxide).. R. Other V. ALDEHYDE-FUNCTION COMPOUNDS Aldehydes, aldehyde-alcohols, aldehyde-ethers, aldehyde-phenols and other single or complex oxygen-function aldehydes; cyclic polymers of aldehydes; paraformaldehyde: A. Acyclic aldehydes: 1. Formaldehyde (nicthanal) II. Acctaldelndc (ethan.il) III. Bitty raldchule (btit.nul) IV. Other ,1 118

121 Rate of IXtty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control (cont'd) B. Cyebnte, eyclenie and s clotcrpei C. Aromatic aldehydes: I. Cinnamaldehydc. 18 II. Other 16 I). Aldehyde-alcohols ",1 K. Aldehyde-ethers, aldehyde-phenols and other singlefunction aldehydes: r complex oxygen- I. V.null,n 4-hvdro\s-l-n' Istn/.ildchsdc ("ethyls., II. Other F. Cyclic polymers of aldehyde I. [..i.vtriovaiic II. Other C. Pulsi..rmaldc-li.de (p.ir.ifor crhoxv-4-hvdro.vy- 8 6,9 A.R;Ch(') Halogenated, sulphonated, nitrated or nitrosated derivatives of products falling svithin heading No VI. KETONE-FUNCTION COMPOUNDS AND QUINONE-FUNCnON COMPOUNDS Ketones, ketone-alcohols, ketone-phcnols, ketone-aldehydes, quiñones, quinonc-aleohols, quinone-phenols, quinone-aldehydes and other single or complex oxygen-function ketones and quiñones, and their halogcnated, sulphonated, nitrated or nitrosated derivatives: A. Acyclic ketones: I. Monoketones (! ) II. Polyketones lì. Cyclanie, cyclenic and cyclolerpenic ketones: I. Ili.rn.in-2-.iilc (camphor):.1) Natural crude n) Other (natural refined and synthetic) II. Other ,7 7,1 6,9 Ceiling under surveillance of ECU C. Aromatic ketones: 1. Methyl naphthyl ketones (acetonaphthones) II. 4 Pliens llsotcnnnc :hcn/yliden.icctonc) III. Other 7,4 7,6 D. Ketone-alcohols and ketone-aldehydes: I. Acyclic, cyclanie, cyclenic and cycloterpcna: a) 4-Hydroxy-4-methylpentan-2-onc (diac hi Other e alcohol [4 II. Aromatic E. Ketone-phcnols and other single or complex oxygen-funcnon ketones IS IS ".6 7,6 F. Quiñones, quinonc-aleohols, quinone-phenols, quinone-aldehydes and other single or complex oxygen-funcnon quiñones 7,4 G. Halogcnated, sulphonated, nitrated or nitrosared derivatives: I. 4' in/.bins] :\6--dimcthyl-!'.5'.dinirroacetophciioiic musk ketone II. Other I CI For E ex I (4-hydroxy-3-methoxybcnzo-3-hydro: vanillin), list A and Ch. ( : ) For A ex 1 (acetone), list A and Ch. 119

122 THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous Conventional (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control VII. CARBOXYL1C ACIDS, AND THEIR ANHYDRIDES, HALIDES, PEROXIDES AND PERACIDS, AND THEIR HALOGENATED, SULPHONATED, NITRATED OR NITROSATED DERIVATIVES MonocarboxyUc acids and their anhydrides, halides, peroxides and pcracids, and their halogcnated, sulphonatcd, nitrated or nitrosated derivatives: A. Saturated acyclic monocarboxylic acids: I. Formic acid and its salts and esters 7,8 II. Acetic acid and its salts and esters: a) Acetic acid b) Salts of acetic acid: 1. Sodium acetate 2. Cobalt acetates 3. Other ,2 11 7,4 A:R:Ch c) Esters of acetic acid: 1. Ethy! acetate, vinyl acetate, propyl acetate and isopropyl acetate 20 (a 1 (b) Eihylacetate other Ceiling under surveillance of ECU Quota of ECU: China 2. Methyl acetate, butyl acetate, isobutyl acetate, pentyl acetate (amyl acetate), isopcntyl acetate (isoamyl acetate) and glycerol acetates 3.p Tolyl acetate, phcnylpropyl acetates, benzyl acátate, rhodinyl acetate, sanialyl acetate and the acetates of phenylethane i,2 diol Other V 7, Accnc anhydride 20 S [V. Acetyl halides V. Bromoaccttc acids and their salts and esters VI. Propionic acid and its salts and esters 4,2 VII. Butyric acid and isobntyric acid and their salts and esters Vili. Valem, acid and us isomers and their salts and esters IX. Palminc acid and its salts and esters: a) Palmitic acid b) Salts and esters of palminc acid ,7 7,1 X. Stearic acid and its salts and esters: a) Stearic acid A;R;C'h b) Salts and esters of stearic acid: 1. Zinc stcaratc and magnesium stéarate 2. Other Π XL Other (a) The autonomous duty applicable to vinyl acétale originating in ihe United Slates of America is set at 16,6% until 2S February 1 8( (b) Vinyl acetate originating In lhe Uniled States of America does nol receive the benefit of this conventional duly. This is applicable L lil 28 February

123 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous % Conventional (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control 29. {cont'd) B. Unsaturated acyclic monocarboxylic acids: I. Methacrylic acid and its salts and esters II. Undecenoic acids and their salts and esters: a) Undecenoic acids 1 ï b) Salts and esters of undecenoic acids 16 III. Oleic acid and its salts and esters: a) Oleic aud b) Salts and esters of oleic acid IV. Other: a) I Ic\a-2,4-dicnoie acid (sorbic acid) and acrylic acid b) Other C. Cyclamc, cyclenic and cyclotcrpenic monocarboxylic acids D. Aromatic monocarboxylic acids: I. Benzoic acid and its salts and esters II. Benzoyl chloride III. Phcnylacetic acid and us salts and esters rv. Other 16 Polycarboxylic acids and their anhydrides, halides, peroxides and pcracids, and their halogcnated, sulphonatcd, nitrated or nitrosated derivatives: A. Acyclic polycarboxylic acids: I. Oxalic acid and its salts and esters A:R;Ch Ceiling under surveillance of ECU II. M.ilonic acid and adi pit acid and their salts and esters III. Maleic anhydride 1 ï 6,9 IV. Azel.iic acid and schneie acid and their salts and esters: a) A/el.iic -Kid and vh.kk acuì b) Salts and ester* ol azelaic acid and oí sebacic acid V. Other ,3 B. Cyclanie, cyclenic and cyclotcrpenic polycarboxylic acids A,R;Ch C. Aromatic polycarboxylic acids: I. Phthalic anhydride I 1 A;Ch II. Terephthalic acid and ns salts and esters 10 III. Other: k

124 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous Conventional % (EEC) No 3599/85 Beneficia ne s Type of control Carboxylic acids with alcohol, phenol, aldehyde or ketone function and other single or complex oxygen-function carboxylic acids and their anhydrides, halides, peroxides and pcracids, and their halogcnated, sulphonated, nitrated or nitrosated derivatives: A. Carboxylic acids with alcohol function: I. Lactic acid and its salts and esters II. Malic acid and us salts and esters III. Tartaric acid and its salts and esters: S 6.5 7,6 A;RiCh Ceiling under surveillance of 260 0CO ECU IV. Citric acid and its salts and esters: a) Citrie aeid b) Other Ceiling under surveillance of ECU Quota of ECU : China V. Gluconic acid and its salts and esters 23 8,6 VI. Mandelic acid (phei.yl^lycollic acid 1 and its salts and esters 21) 8 A.R.Ch VII. Cholic acid and 3'i,l2u-dihydroxy-5^-chol.m-24-oic acid (deoxycholic acid) and (heir salts and esters VIII. Other: a) Acyclic b) Cyclic ls ,6 B. Carboxylic acids with phenol function: I. Salicylic acid and O-acctylsalicylic.Kid.\m] their salts and esters: a) Salicylic acid b) Salts of salicylic acid c) Esters of salicylic acid: 1. Methyl salicylate and phenyl salicylate (salol) 2. Other d) O-Acetylsalicylic acid and its salts and esters II. Sulphosahcylic acids and their salts and esters III. 4-Hydroxybcnzoic acid and its salts and esters ,2 7,8 17,6 7, ,1 Ceiling under surveillance of ECU Quota of ECU: China IV. Gallic acid (3,4,5-trihydroxybenzoic acid) and its salts and esters: a) Gallic acid (3,4,5-tnhydroxyben7.oic acid) b) Salts and esters of gallic acid (3,4,5-trihydroxybcnzoic acid) V. Hydroxynaphthoie acids and their salts and esters VI. Other ,6 7,4 7,6 7,4 A-,R.Ch A'.R'.Ch C. Carboxylic acids with aldehyde or ketone function: I. Dehydrocholic acid (INN) and its salts II. Ethyl acetoacetate and its salts 6, Other 7,4 D. Other single or complex oxygen-function carboxylic acids 7,4 122

125 Rale of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous % (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control VIII. INORGANIC ESTERS AND THEIR SALTS, AND THEIR HALOGENATED, SULPHONATED, NITRATED OR NITROSATED DERIVATIVES [29.17] [29.18] Phosphoric esters and their salts, including lactophosphatcs, and their halogcnated, sulphonatcd, nitrated or nitrosated derivatives: A. myo-inositol hexakis(dihydrogen phosphate) (phytic acid) and its salts (phytates) and lactophosphatcs - B. Tributyl phosphates, triphenyl phosphate, tritolyl phosphates, trixylyl phosphates and tris (2-chIoroethyl) phosphate C. Other [29.20] Other esters of mineral acids (excluding halides) and their salts, and their halogcnated, sulphonated, nitrated or nitrosated derivatives: A. Sulphuric esters and carbonic esters and their salts, and their halogcnated, sulphonated, nitrated or nitrosated derivatives B. Other products: I. Ethylene dinitrate (ethylene glycol dinitratc), D-mannitol hexanitrate, glycerol trinitrate, pentaerythritol tctranitrate (penthrite) and oxydiethylene dinitrate (digol dinitrate) II. Other 6,9 7,4 IX. NITROGEN-FUNCTION COMPOUNDS Aminc-function compounds: A. Acyclic monoamines: I. Methylamine, dimethylamine and trimethylaminc, and their salts. II. Dicthylamine and its salts III. Other: lsopropylamine and its salts - Other A;R;C'h Ceiling under surveillance of ECU Quota of ECU: Romania B. Acyclic polyamincs: I. Hcxamethylcnediamine and its salts II. Other C. Cyclanie, cyclenic and cycloterpenic mono- and polyamines: lis 15 7,1 6 I. Cyclohexylamine and cyclohexyldimethylaminc, and their salts.. II. Other ,3 7,1 123

126 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous % Conventional (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of ccntrol (cont'd) D. Aromatic monoamines: I. Aniline and its halogenatcd, sulphonated, nitrated and nitrosated derivatives, and their salts II. N-Methyl-N,2,4,6-tetranitroaniline (tetryl) 12 4,6 A;R:Ch III. Toluidincs and their halogcnated, sulphonated, nitrated and nitrosated derivatives, and their salts: Derivatives of toluidines - Other IV. Xylidincs and their halogenated, sulphonatcd, nitrated and nitrosated derivatives, and their salts Ceiling under surveillance of ECU V. Diphenylamine and its halogenated, sulphonated, nitrated and nitrosated derivatives, and their salts: a) Dipirrylamine (hexyl) b) Other ,6 7.1 A;R:Ch VI. 1-Naphthylamine and 2-naphthylarnine and their halogcnated, sulphonated, nitrated and nitrosated derivatives, and their salts: a) 2-Naphthylamine and its salts b) Other VII. Other ,1 7,1 A;R:Ch E. Aromatic polyamines: I. Phenylenediamines and methylphenylenediamines (diaminotoluenes) and their halogcnated, sulphonated, nitrated and nitrosated derivatives and their salts 6,6 II. Other 16 III Single or complex oxygen-function amino-compounds: A. Amino-alcohols and their ethers and esters: L 2-Aminocthanol (ethanolamine) and its salts II. Other: Diethanolamine and its salts, 2,2',2"-nitrilotriethanol (triethanolamine) and its salts - Other 16 6,6 7,1 A,R;Ch Ceiling under surveillance of ECU, covering A I et ex II (diethanolamine, trielhanolamine and their salts) B. Amino-naphthols and other amino-phenols; amino-arylethers, aminoarylcstcrs: I. Anisidines, dimethoxybiphenylylenediammcs (bianisidines), phenetidines, and their salts IL Other C. Amino-aldehydes; amino-ketones; amino-quinoncs ", A-,R;Ch A;R",Ch D. Amino-acids: I. Lysine and its esters, and their salts II. Sarcosine and its salts III. Glutamic acid and its salts ,3 6,9 15 Ceiling under surveillance of ECU Quota of ECU: Brazil, South Korea. Thailand 124

127 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous '.16 Conventional (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control (cont'd) Ü. IV. Glycine V. Other ,4 f.. Amino alcohol phcnols; amino acid phenols; other single or complex oxygen funcnon amino compounds 17 Quaternary ammonium salts and hydroxides; lecithins and other phosphoaminolipins: A. Lecithins and other phosphoaminolipins B. Other: Choline chloride Other ( arboxsamidc functiiin compounds; amide function compounds of carbonic ac:d: ,7 7,4 A;R:Ch A:R;Ch Ceiling under surveillance of ECU A Acyclic amides: I. Asparagine and its salts: a) Asparagine h} Asparagine salts 7,4 II. Other 7,6 R. Cyclic amides: I. Urernes: a) 4 Ethoxyphcnylurea (dulcin) b) Other ,9 II. llrcides: a! Phcnobarbit.il 'INN' and its salts b) Barbital (INN) and its salts c) Other 22 1" 17 17,5 15,2 7,4 III. Other cyclic amides: a) Lidoc.unc (INN) b) Other: Paracetamol (INN) Other Carboxyimidc function compounds (including ortho bcnzoicsulphimidc and its sails) and imine function compounds (including hexamcthylcnetctramine and trimcthylcnctrinitraminc):.4 Ceiling under surveillance of ECU A. Inmles I l,2 Benzisothia/.ol 3 onc 1,1 dioxide (o ben/.oicsulphimide, saccharin) an.i its salts 6,9 A:R.CIi II. Other A:R;Ch B. Imincs: I. Aldimmes II. Other imincs: a) Methenamine (INN) (hexamerhylenetctraminc) Ceiling under surveillance of ECU b) Ucxahyilrti I,i.vrrinitro l,l,s tri.t/ioc (he cogen. I ri met hy lenet rinitraminc) ι) Other S.7 7,4 A;R.Ch 125

128 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous % Conventional (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of conirol N i tri le-function compounds; A;R,Ch(': Diazo-, azo- and azoxy-compounds 7,1 A;R,Ch Organic derivatives of hydrazine or of hydroxylamine 7, Compounds with other nitrogen-functions lì X. ORGANO-INORGANIC COMPOUNDS AND HETEROCYCLIC COMPOUNDS Organo-sulphur compounds: A. Xanthates B. Other 18 6,6 7,6 [29.32] Organo-mercury compounds Other organ o-i n organic compounds: A. Organo-arsenic compounds B. Tetraethyl-lead 10 H C. Other IH 7,6 Heterocyclic compounds; nucleic acids: A. 2-Furaldchyde (furfuraldehyde, furfural, furfurol) and benzofuran (coumaronc) 6,6 B. Furfuryl alcohol and tetrahydrofurfuryl alcohol 17 7,4 C. Thiophcn 6,6 D. Pyridine and its salts E. Indole and 3-methylindole (skatole) and their salts F. Esters of nicotinic acid (INN); nikethamide (INN) and its salts G. Quinolme and its salts It) 12 5,3 6 A;R:C'h H. Phenazone (INN) and aminophenazone (INN) (amidopyrin), and their derivatives: IJ. I. Propyphenazonc (INN) II. Other Nucleic acids and their salts K. 3-Picolinc ,6 6 L. Di(ben7.othiazol-2-yl) disulphide; ben/.imida/.ole-2-thiol (mcrcaptobenzimidazole) ; bcnzothiazolc-2-thiol (mercaptobenzothíazole) and its salts 18 M. Santonin 11 5,3 N. Coiimarm, inetbylc O. Phenolphthalein.... id et h y ,6 Ceiling under surveillance of C ECU Quota of ECV: China (') For «29.27 (atnlonnril). list A anj Ch. 126

129 Rate o f Duly THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous Conventional % Inclusion (EEC) No 3599/85 Beneficiaries Type of control (coni dì P. 6 Allyl 6,7 dihydro 5// dibenz[c,e]jzepinc (azapetine) and us salts; Arrazine (ISO); Chlordiazepoxidc (INN) and its salts; Cblorprothixene (INN); Dextromethorphan (INN) and its salts; Diazinon (ISO); Halogenated quinolinc derivatives; Imipramine hydrochloride (1NNM); Iproniazid (INN); Ketobemidone hydrochloride (INNM); Naphazoline hydrochloride (INNM) and naphazoline nitrate (INNM); Phenindaminc (INN) and its salts; Phentolamine (INN); Phenylbutazone (INN); Propazine (ISO); Pyridostigmine bromide (INN); Quinolinccarbovylic acid derivatives; Sima/ine 'ISO;; Thenalidine (INN) and its tartrates and maléales; Thiethylperazine (INN); Q Thioridazine (INN) and its salts; Tolazoline hvdrochloride (INNM) lh 16 5,5 8 X X Ceiling under surveillance of ECU Ceiling under surveillance of ECU Quota of ECU: Romania IK 17 6,6 7,4 X X Ceiling under surveillance of ECU Quota of ECU : China XI. PROVITAMINS, VITAMINS AND HORMONES, NATURAL OR REPRODUCED BY SYNTHESIS Provitamins and vitamins, natural or reproduced by synthesis (including natural concentrates), derivatives thereof used primarily as vitamins, and intermixtures of the foregoing, whether or not in any solvent: 4,9 B. Vitamins, unmixed, whether or not m aqueous solution; 9 3,5 X II. Vicamins Bj, Bj, B6, B12 and H: 9 4,3 χ Ceiling under surveillance of ECU IK 12 7,6 4 5 X X A;R:Ch(') Ceiling under surveillance of ECU Quota of ECU: China Ceiling under surveillance of ECU C Natural concentrates of vitamins; 1. Natural concentrates ot vitamins A + D 9 4,1 6,6 χ X 1). Intermixtures, whether or not in any solvent; non aqueous solutions IH 6,8 X (') For 29,38 B ex II (Vitamins II 12). list A and Ch 127

130 Rale of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous Conventional '.V, Inclusion (EEC) No 3599/85 Beneficiaries Type of control Hormones, natural or reproduced by synthesis; derivatives thereof, used primarily as hormones; other steroids used primarily as hormones: 16 6,5 X C. Pituitary (anterior) and similar hormones: 11. Other.' ,9 x χ A RCh D Adrenal (cortex) hormones: I.Cortisone (INN) and hydrocortisone (INN), and their acetates; 1 1 5,7 6,6 X 6,6 (29.40] XII. GLYCOSIDES AND VEGETABLE ALKALOIDS, NATURAL OR REPRODUCED BY SYNTHESIS, AND THEIR SALTS, ETHERS, ESTERS AND OTHER DERIVATIVES Glycosides, natural or reproduced by synthesis, and their salts, ethers, esters and other derivatives: 12 6 A;R:Ch 11 5,7 X A;R:Ch C. Rutin and its derivatives 18 7,6 * Vegetable alkaloids, natural or reproduced by synthesis, and their salts, ethers, esters and other derivatives: A. Of the opium group: II. Orher Ι ι 6,1 I 7 7,4 x A;R:Ch B. Of cinchona: II. Other X A.R;Ch 128

131 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous Conventional (EEC) No 3599'85 Beneficiaries Type of control (cont'd) ( Other alkaloids I l affane and us salts 11. t ocainc and its salts: i, t rude tocaine h Other III. Emetine and us salts IV. Ephedrine, and their salts V. Ineobriimine Mid its derivatives VI. Theophylline and amtnophyllinc [\ N. and their salts Γ III A:R;Ch VII. Other XIII OTHER ORGANIC COMPOUNDS Sugars, chemically pure, other than sucrose, glucose and lactose: sugar ethers and sugar estcls, and their salts, other than products of headings Nos 29.19, and 29.42: A. Rh.imnosc. raffmosc and mannose A;R:Ch B Other Antibiotics: A. Penicillins B. ( hloramplicoicol 'INN C. Other antibiotics: Tetracyclines Olhcr Other organic compounds A;Ch A:R;Ch A;Ch A:R;Ch A:R:Ch Ceiling under surveillance of ECU Quota of ECU: China Ceiling under surveillance of ECU Quota of ECU: China (') (") For ihc producís falling under sub headings Λ anil cx C (other) ihc rcli rcntc hase i: 129

132 THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous Conventional (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control CHAPlER 10 PHARMACEUTICAL PRODUCTS Organo-therapeuric glands or other organs, dried, whether or not powdered; organo-therapeutic extracts of glands or other organs or of their secretions; other animal substances prepared for therapeutic or prophylactic uses, not elsewhere specified or included: A. Glands or other organs, dried: I. Powdered II. Not powdered 5,3 4,6 A:R;Ch B. Other: I. Of human orig 5.7 II. Other 5,7 Antiscra; microbial vaccines, toxins, microbial culrures (including ferments but excluding yeasts) and similar products: A. Antisera and vaccine: 6 B. Microbial cultures. 7 A;R:Ch (.:. Other 6,6 Medicaments (including veterinary medicaments): A. Not put up in forms or in packings of a kind sold by retail: I. Containing iodine or iodine compounds II. Other: a) Containing penicillin, streptomycin or their derivatives: 1. Containing penicillin or its derivatives 6,3 2. Other I" (,,6 hi Other 15 5,2 B. Put up in forms or in packings of a kind sold by retail: I. Containing iodine or iodine compounds II. Other: a) Containing penicillin, srrepromycin or rhcir derivatives b) Other 6.3 6,3 A;R:Ch A:R;Ch Wadding, gauze, bandages and similar arricies (for example, dressings, adhesive plasters, poultices), impregnated or coated with pharmaceutical substances or put up in retail packings for medical or surgical purposes, other than goods specified in Note 3 to this Chapter Other pharmaceutical goods 130

133 Rate of Duly THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME cad ι η ΰ. (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control CHAPTER H FERTILISERS Guano and other natural animal or vegetable fertilisers, whether or not mixed together, hut not chemically treated Mineral or chemical fertilisers, nitrogenous: A. Natural sodium nitrate (a) lì. Urea containing more than 45"u by weight of nitrogen on the dr> anhydrous product C. Other A;Ch A;Ch Ceiling under surveillance of ECU Quota of ECU: Libya. Venezuela Mineral or chemical fertilisers, phosphatic: A. Mentioned in Note 2 (A) to this Chapter: I. Superphosphates II. Other B. Mentioned in Note 2 B] or (C) to this Chapter '. 4,8 2.1 A;Ch A;Ch Ceiling under surveillance of ECU Mineral or chemical fertilisers, potassio: A. Mentioned in Note 3 (A) to this Chapter I ree B. Mentioned in Note Ì (B) to this I hapter 3 Other fertilisers; goods of the present Chapter in tablets, lozenges and similar prepared forms or in packings of a gross weight not exceeding 10 kg: A. Other fertilisers: I. Containing ihe three fertilising substances: nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium II. Containing the two fertilising substances: nitrogen and phosphorus: Ceiling under surveillance of covering A II, III b). IV and Β a) Monoammonium and diammonium orthophosphates and mixtures thereof A;Ch b) Containing phosphates and nitrates A;Ch c) Other: 1. With a nitrogen content exceeding 10% by weight 2. Other HI A-.Ch A;Ch III. Containing the two fertilising substances: nitrogen and potassium: a) Natural potassic sodium innate, consisting of a natural mixture of sodium nitrate and potassium nitrate (the proportion of the latter element may be as high as 44% ), of a total nitrogen content not exceeding 16 3% by weight (a) b) Other: 1. With a nitrogen content exceeding 10% by weight 2. Other A.Ch A;Ch IV. Other: a) With a nitrogen content exceeding ΙΟ'ίί, by weight b) Other 10 4 «3-2 A;Ch A;Ch B. Goods of the present Chapter in tablets, lozenges and similar prepared forms or in packings of a gross weight not exceeding 10 kg

134 Raie of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1985 (EEC) No 3599,85 Beneficiaries Type of control CHAPTER Ì2 TANNING AND DYEING EXTRACTS; TANNINS AND ITiEIR DERIVATIVES; DYES, COLOURS, PAINTS AND VARNISHES; PUTTY, FILLERS AND STOPPINGS; INKS 01 Tanning extracts of vegetable origin; tannins (tannic acids), including water-extracted gall-nut tannin, and their salts, ethers, esters and other derivatives: A. Tanning extracts of vegetable origin: 1. Of wattle (mimosa) 1) (a) Of quebracho III. Of sumach, of vallonia, of oak or of chestnut IV. Other B. Other 9 9 ',8 5,3 (b) A:R;Ch [32.02] Synthetic organic tanning substances, and inorganic tanning substances; tanning preparations, whether or not containing natural tanning materials; enzymatic preparations for pre-tanning (for example, of enzymatic, pancreatic or bacterial origin) S.Î Colouring matter of vegetable origin (including dye wood extract and other vegetable dyeing extracts, but excluding indigo) or of animal origin: A. Colouring matter of vegetable origin: I. Black cutch (Acacia catechu) 11. Extracts of Persian bernes and of madder; woad III. Litmus is 3,7 rv. Other B. Colouring matter of animal origin ,1 A;R:Ch A:RX'h Synthetic organic dyestuffs (including pigment dyestuffs); synthetic organic products of a kind used as luminophores; products of the kind known as optical bleaching agents, substantive to the fibre; natural indigo: A. Synthetic organic dyestuffs B. Preparations mentioned in Note 3 to this Chapter C Synthetic organic produas of a kind used as luminophores 2t) A:R;Ch D. Produas of the kind known as optical bleaching agents, substantive to the fibre E. Natural indigo , Colour lakes Other colouring matter; inorganic products of a kind used as luminophores: A. Other colouring matter: 1. Mineral blacks, not elsewhere specified or included (a) Duty rale reduced io 3% (suspension) for an indefinite period. lb) Duty rale reduced in 3.2% in respect of eucalyptus tanning extracts, willijn lhe lim > Of.L inual tanff quola of 2M> li s lo be granted by the 132

135 THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 n u m her Conventional (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control (cont'd) A. II. Soluble Vandyke brown and similar products III. Pigments based on zinc sulphide (lithoponc and the like) IV. Pigments based on titanium oxide V. Pigments based on lead, barium, zinc or strontium chromâtes: a) Molybdenum red b) Other A;R:Ch A;R:Ch VI. Other: a) Magnetite b) Other 4,9 6,6 A;R.Ch B. Preparations mentioned in Note \ to this Chapter It, (. Inorganic products of a kind used as luminophores Prepared pigments, prepared opaci fiers and prepared colours, vi tri fiable enamels and glazes, liquid lustres and similar products, of the kind used in the ceramic, enamelling and glass industries; cngobes (slips ι : glass frit and other glass, in the form of powder, granules or flakes: A. Prepared pigments, prepared opaci fl ers and prepared colours ϊ 6.9 B. Vitrifiable enamels and glazes 16 6,3 A:R;Ch (.. Liquid lustres and similar products; cngobes (slips D. Class frit and other glass, in the form of powder, granules or flakes H 3,7 A:R;Ch Varnishes and lacquers; distempers; prepared water pigments of the kind used for finishing leather; paints and enamels; pigments in linseed oil, white spirit, spirits of turpentine, varnish or other paint or enamel media; stamping foils; dyes or other colouring matter in forms or packings of a kind sold by retail; solutions as defined by Note 4 to this Chapter: A. Varnishes and lacquers; distempers; prepared water pigments of the kind used for finishing leather; paints and enamels; pigments in linseed oil, white spirit, spirits of turpentine, varnish or other paint or enamel media; solutions as defined by Note 4 to this Chapter: I. Pearl essence II. Other 7,1 It) A;R.Ch B. Stamping foils C. D ves or other colouring matter in forms or packings of a kind sold by retail A;R.Ch Artists', students' and signboard painters' colours, modifying tints, amusement colours and the like, in tablets, tubes, jars, bottles, pans or in similar forms or packings, including such colours in sets or outfits, with or without brushes, palettes or other accessories 7,6 A:R:Ch Prepared driers 6, Glaziers' putty; grafting putty; painters' fillings; non refractory surfacing preparations; stopping, sealing and similar mastics, including resin mastics and cements Writing ink, printing ink and other inks: A. Writing or drawing ink B. Printing ink C. Other inks 6,6 7,1 133

136 Rate o f Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous Conscnnonal Inclusion (EEC) No 3599/85 Beneficiaries Type of control CHAPTER Π ESSENTIAL OILS AND RESINOIDS; PERFUMERY, COSMETICS AND TOILET PREPARATIONS Essential oils (terpeneless or not), concretes and absolutes; resinoids; concentrates of essential oils in fats, in fixed oils, or in waxes or the like, obtained by cold absorption or b ν maceration; terpenic by-products of the dcterpenation of essential oils: A. Essential oils, not terpeneless; 1 1 χ II. Other: hi Other 2,7 p.m. χ χ A:R;Ch B. Essential oils, terpeneless: 6,9 A;R;Cb II. Other 111 4,6 χ 4,1 D. Concentrates of essential oils in fats, in fixed oils, or in waxes A.R.Ch 4,6 x [ [33.03] Mixtures of two or more odoriferous substances (natural or artificial) and mixtures (including alcoholic solutions) with a basis of one or more of these substances, of a kind used as raw materials in the perfumery, 111 5,3 * A:R;Ch [33.05] Perfumery, cosmetics and toilet preparations: aqueous distillates and aqueous solutions of essential oils, including such products suitable for medicinal uses: i A. Perfumery, cosmetics and toiler preparations: 7.1 χ II. Orher IK 6,6 A:R:Ch B. Aqueous distillates and aqueous solutions of essential oils, including such products suitable for medicinal uses 12 6 X A;R:C'h 134

137 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous Cons cuno nal (EEC) No 3599,85 Type of control CHAPTER SOAP, ORGANIC SURFACE-ACTIVE AGENTS, WASHING PREPARATIONS, LUBRICATING PREPARATIONS, ARTIFICIAL WAXES, PREPARED WAXES, POLISHING AND SCOURING PREPARA HONS, CANDLES AND SIMILAR ARTICLES, MODELLING PASTES AND "DENIAL WAXES" Soap; organic surface-active products and preparations for use as soap, in the form of bars, cakes or moulded pieces or shapes, whether or not combined with soap 34.(12 Organic surface-active agents; surface-active preparations and washing preparations, whether or not containing soap Lubricating preparations, and preparations of a kind used for oil or grease treatment of textiles, leather or other materials, but not including preparations containing 70% or more by weight of petroleum oils or of oils obtained from bituminous minerals: A. Containing petroleum oils or oils obtained from bituminous minerals B. Other Artificial waxes (including water-soluble waxes); prepared waxes, not emulsified or containing solvents Polishes and creams, for footwear, furniture or floors, metal polishes, scouring powders and similar preparations, but excluding prepared waxes falling within heading No Candles, tapers, night-lights and the like 4,6 4,6 A.R;Ch Modelling pastes (including those put up for children's amusement anc assorted modelling pastes); preparations of a kind known as "dental wax'' or as "dental impression compounds", in plates, horseshoe shapes, sticks and similar forms [35

138 THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous Conventional (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control CHAPTER Ì5 AL3UMINOIDAL SUBSTANCES; GLUES; ENZYMES Casein, casein ates and other casein derivatives; casein glues: A. Casein: 1. For the manufacture of regenerated textile fibres (a) II. For industrial uses other than the manufacture of foodstuffs fodder (a) III. Other K. ('asein glues C. Other or 13 Albumins, albuminates and other albumin derivatives: A. Albumins: I. Unfit, or to be rendered unfit, for human consumption (b) II. Other: a) Ovalbumin and lactalbumin: 1. Dried (for example, in sheets, scales, flakes, powder) 2. Other b) Other 10 (c) 10 (c) 10 B. Albuminates and other albumin derivatives 12 A;R:Ch Gelatin (including gelatin in rectangles, whether or not coloured or surface worked) and gelatin derivatives; glues derived from bones, hides, nerves, tendons or from similar products, and fish glues; isinglass; A. Isinglass 111 5,3 B. Other: Gelatin and gelatin derivatives Other 15 12,.\;R;Ch \;R;Ch Ceiling under surveillance ol' ECU Peptones and other protein substances (excluding enzymes of heading No 35.07) and their derivatives; hide powder, whether or not chromed Dextrins and dextrin glues; soluble or roasted starches; starch glues: A. Dextrins; soluble or roasted starches B. Glues made from dextrin or from starch, containing by weight of those materials: 1. Less than 25% 13 + vc subject to a max. of 18 (i) (.ni ry under rhu iubhrjilinr it \ubieit in imnjuumi to be determined by ihc 11 impel cm.mrhi (b) F ntry under thii trillejd.ng uf ilbumim!.. be rendered unlit i..r human u.ntumplion is Mihi, Icl Πκ jii fait irem duty is tubstituled hy α,,pea he IJK cmjhliyhcd in J 11 úrdame with lhe prnvii ns m hr JrlrrnnncJ Uy ihc uinipcttl I RcRuljtinn liti ι Ni. >"Ht '

139 THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous Conventional (EEC) No Type of control B. II. 25% or more but less than 55% (cont'd! III. 55% or more but less than HO"', IV. 80% or more to a max. ot' IK 1 S Ì Π + vc + vc subject to a max. ot M + vc + vc subject to a max. of Prepared glues not elsewhere specified or included; products suitable for use as glues put up for sale by reuil as glues in packages not exceeding a net weight of 1 kg: A. Prepared glues not elsewhere specified or included: I. Vegetable glues: a] Obtained from natural gums b) Other II. Other glues B. Products suitable for use as glues put up for sale by retail as glues in packages not exceeding a net weight of 1 kg A:R;Ch A:K;Ch A.R;Ch A.RXh Enzymes; prepared enzymes not elsewhere specified or included 137

140 Rale o " Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 I lending Deseriplion Aul inonlous Conventional Inclusion (EEC) No 3599/85 Beneficiaries Type of control CHAPTER 6 EXPLOSIVES; PYROTECHNIC PRODUCTS; MATCHES; PYROPHORIC ALLOYS; CERTAIN COMBUSTIBLE PREPARATIONS Propellent powders: B. Other H II 4,6 5,7 X X A,R;Ch ,1 \;R;Ch ] Safety fuses; detonating fuses; percussion and detonating caps; igniters; detonators: B. Other ,7 \;R;Ch Pyrotechnic articles (for example, fireworks, railway fog signals, amorces, rain rockets): lì B. Other IS 6,6 \;R,Ch A;Ch [ Fcrro-ccrium and other pyrophoric alloys in all forms; anieles of combustible materials: B. Other ,8 * 138

141 Rate of Duly THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Convenlional (EEC) No 3599,85 Type of control CHAPTER Ì7 PHOTOGRAPHIC AND CINEMATOGRAPHIC GOODS Photographic plates and film Ín the fiat, sensitised, unexposed, of any material other than paper, paperboard or cloth: A. Film in the flat, put up in disc form and incorporated in a cartridge 21 (a) 7,4 B. Other Film in rolls, sensitised, unexposed, perforated or not: A. Of a width of 35 mm or less: I. Microfilm; film for radiography and the graphic arts 20 7,1 II. Other 20 5,3 B. Of a width of more than 35 mm 20 7,1 21 7,4 A;R.Ch Sensitised paper, paperboard and cloth, unexposed or exposed but not developed 23 '.6 Sensitised plates and film, exposed but not developed, negative or positive: A. Cinematograph film: I. Negatives; intermediate positives II. Other positives 2-35 ECU per 0,70 ECU per 100 metres 100 metres B. Other Plates, unperforated film and perforated film (other than cinematograph film), exposed and developed, negative or positive: A. Microfilm 5 ) B. Other [37.06] Cinematograph film, exposed and developed, whether or not incorporating sound track or consisting only of sound track, negative or positive: A. Consisting only of sound track (b) B. Other: I. Negatives; intermediale positives II. Other positives: a) Newsreels ECU per 1,07 ECU per 100 metres 100 metres 139

142 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFE PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Conventional (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of conimi (cont'd) B. II. b) Other, of a width of: 1. Less than 10 mm 0-50 ECU per 0,28 ECU per 100 metres 100 metres mm or more but less than 34 mm 3-50 ECU per 1,60 ECU per 100 metres 100 metres mm or more but less than 54 mm 5 ECU per 1,90 ECU per 100 metres 100 metres mm or more 5 ECU per 2,60 ECU per 100 metres 100 metres A.R;Ch A:R;Ch A.RXh Chemical products and flash light materials, of a kind and in a form suitable for use in photography IS 6 0

143 THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Conventional (EEC) No 3599/85 Beneficiaries Type of control CHAPTER ÌH MISCELLANEOUS CHEMICAL PRODUCTS Artificial graphite; colloidal graphite, other than suspensions in oil: A. Artificial graphite: I. In immediate packings of a net capacity of 1 kg or less II. Other B. Natural or artificial colloidal graphite ,6 3,6 4.1 I38.02J [38.04] Activated carbon; activated natural mineral products; animal black, including spent animal black: A. Activated carbon B. Activated natural mineral produas C. Animal black, including spent animal black 16 A.R'.Ch Tall oil: A. Crude B. Other Fre 4, Concentrated sulphite lye 5 A;R;C'h Spirits of turpentine (gum, wood and sulphate) and other terpenic solvents produced by the distillation or other treatment of coniferous woods; crude dipentcne; sulphite turpentine; pine oil (excluding "pine oils" not rich in tcrpincol): A. Gum spirits of turpentine B. Spirits of sulphate turpentine; crude dipelitene A:R:Ch C. Other Rosin and resin acids, and derivatives thereof other than ester gums included in heading No 39.05; rosin spirit and rosin oils: A. Rosin, including "brais résineux" Β. Rosin spirits and rosin oils 5 3,7 A.RXh Ceiling under surveillance of ECU covering all C. Other Wood tar; wood tar oils (other than the composite solvents and thinners falling within heading No 38.18); wood creosote; wood naphtha; acetone oil; vegetable pitch of all kinds; brewers' pitch and similar compounds based on rosin or on vegetable pilch; foundry core binders based on natural resinous products: A. Wood tar 4 B. Other 4,6 [38.10] 1

144 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Conventío nal (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control Disinfectants, insecticides, fungicides, rat poisons, herbicides, anti-sprouting products, plant-growth regulators and similar products, put up in forms or packings for sale by retail or as preparations or articles (for example, sulphur-treated bands, wicks and candles, fly-papers): A. Sulphur put up in forms for sale by retail or in immediate packings of a net capacity of 1 kg or less B. Preparations based on copper compounds H 4,6 C. Plant- growth regulators D. Other IS IS 7,6 A;R.Ch Prepared glazings, prepared dressings and prepared mordants, of a kind used in the textile, paper, leather or like industries: A. Prepared glazings and prepared dressings: I. With a basis of amylaceous substana those substances: containing by weight of a) Less than 55% b) 55% or more but less than 70% c) 7 0% or more but less than 83% 13 + vc subject to a max. of vc subject to a max. of 20 Π + vc subject to a max, of 20 d) 83 % or more 11. Other B. Prepared mordants 13 + v c subject to a max. of 20 5,7 6,6 A.R.Ch A;R:Ch Pickling preparations for metal surfaces; fluxes and other auxiliary preparations for soldering, brazing or welding; soldering, brazing or welding powders and pastes consisting of metal and other materials; preparations of a kind used as cores or coatings for welding rods and electrodes: A. Pickling preparations for metal surfaces; soldering, brazing or welding powders and pastes consisting of metal and other materials B. Preparations of a kind used as cores or coatings for welding electrodes and rods C. Other 4,1 5 2

145 Rate t f Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 nuniher Autonomous Conventional Inclusion (EEC) No Beneficiaries Type of control 38. Anti knock preparations, oxidation inhibitors, gum inhibitors, viscosity improvers, anri corrosivc preparations and similar prepared additives for mineral oils: A. Anti knock preparanons hasesl on letracthyl lead ("ethyl fluid") I'I 7,2 χ, \;R;Ch B. Other: 1. for lubneants: ai Containing petroleum oils or oils obtained from bituminous minerales bi Other 1 ï 16 5,3 5,8 x * A;R:Ch II. Ann knock preparanons based on tetramethyl lead, on ethylmethyllead or on mixrurcs of retraerhyl lead and tetranu thyl le.nl III. Other i 17 5,8 5,8 χ X A:R:Ch Prepared rubber accelerators 16 6, Prepared eulrure media for development of micro organisms Preparations and charges for fire extinguishers: charged fire extinguishing Is 6,9 χ , Chemical products and preparations of the chemical or allied industries (including those consisting of mixtures of natural products), not elsewhere specified or included; residual products of the chemical or allied industries, not elsewhere specified or included: A. Fusel oil; dippel's oil 7 6 4,1 3,2 X C. Water insoluble salts of naphthente acids; esters of naphrhenic acids 12 5,3 X 1). Petroleum sulphonates, excluding petroleum sulphonates of alkali metals, of ammonium or of ethanolamines; thiophenaled sulphonic acids of oils obtained from bituminous minerals, and their salts E. Mixed alkylben/cnes and mixed alkylnaphtalenes : Dodccvlbcnzene Other F. Ion exchangers: 1. Based on sulphonated carbon, or of natural mineral substances.. II. Orher H. Getters for vacuum tubes I. Non agglomcrarcd mixtures of metal carbides ,7 6,3 5 6,6 6,6 6 5,3 * x X X X X A.R;Ch A:R:Ch A'.R.Ch A;R:Ch A;R:Ch Ceiling under surveillance of ECU 3

146 THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Conventional (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control K. Refractory cements, mortars and similar compositions L. Alkaline iron oxide lor the purification ot gas M. Carbonaceous pastes tor electrodes N. Accumulator compounds based on cadmium oxide or nickel hydroxide O. Carbon (other than that falling within subheading A) in mctalgraphite or orher compounds, in the form of small plates, bars or othet semi manufactures P. Preparations known as "liquids for hydraulic transmission" (for example, hydraulic 'brake fluids) not containing or containing less than 70",, bv weight of petroleum oils or oils obtained from bituminous minerals Q. Foundry core binders based on synthetic resins R. Anti rust preparations containing amines as active elements S. Chemical elements referred ro in Note 2 (g) to this Chapter T. D Glucitol (sorbitol) other than that falling within subheading C 111: I. In aqueous solution: a) Containing 2% or less by sveight of tvmannitol, calculated on the l) glucitol content ,3 3, ,1 A;R:Ch A;R:Ch \;R:Ch A;R.Ch b) Other II. Other: a) Containing 2",. or less by weight of n mannitol. calculated on rhe l) glucitol content 12 (a) t vc b) Other LJ. Pyrolignites (for example, of calcium) V. Oude calcium tartrate 12 (a) 1(1 W. Crude calcium citrate X. Other I.I 7.6 A;R:Ch A:R:Ch y ritt rf Juttd lo 9% (suspensioni for.n indefinite period 4

147 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control SECTION VII ARTIFICIAL RESINS AND PLASTIC MATERIALS, CELLUSOSE ESTERS AND ETHERS, AND ARTICLES THEREOF; RUBBER, SYNTHETIC RUBBER, FACTICE, AND ARTICLES THEREOF CHAPTER Ì9 ARTIFICIAL RESINS AND PLASTIC MATERIALS, CELLULOSE ESTERS AND ETHERS; ARTICLES THEREOF Condensaron, pol ycon d en sa ti on and polyaddition products, whether or not modified or polymerised, and whether or not linear (for example, phenoplasts, aminoplasts, alkyds, polyallyl esters and other unsaturated polyesters, silicones): A. Ion exchangers B. Adhesive strips of a width not exceeding 10 cm, the coating of which consists of unvulcanised natural or synthetic rubber C. Other: I. Phenoplasts: a) In one of the forms mentioned in Note 3 (a) and (b) to this Chapter b) In other forms II. Aminoplasts: a) In one of the forms mentioned in Note 3 (a) and (b) to this Chapter b) In other forms ,9 6,3 6,9 7,1 6,9 7,4 A.R;Ch A;R'.Ch III. Alkyds and other polyesters: a) In one of the forms mentioned in Note 3 (d) to this Chapter b) Other IV. Polyamides V. Polyurethanes VI. Silicones VIL Other ' 8 8,4 8,4 7,6 A:R;Ch Polymerisation and copolymcrisation products (for example, polyethylene, polytctrahaloethylcncs, polyisobutylcnc, polystyrene, polyvinyl chloride, polyvinyl acetate, polyvinyl chloroacetatc and other polyvinyl derivatives, polyacrylic and polymethacrylic derivatives, coumarone-indene resins}: A. Ion exchangers B. Adhesive strips of a width not exceeding 10 cm, the coating of which consists of unvulcanised natural or synthetic rubber 7,6 6,3 A;R:Ch 5

148 Rale of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Conven lional (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of con'rol (cont'd) C. Other: I. Polyethylene: a) In one of the forms meniioncd in Note 3 (a) and (b) to this Chapter: Linear, of a density of less than 0,94 g/cm 3 Other, of a density of less than 0.94 g/cm 3 Of a density of 0,94 g/cm 3 or more b) In other forms II Polytetrahaloethylcnes , A;Ch A;Ch A;Ch A;Ch Ceiling under surveillance of '300 ECl' Ceiling under surveillance of ECl' Ceiling under surveillance of ECl ' III. Polysulphohalocthylenes 23 12,5 IV. Polypropylene V. Polyisoburylene VI. Polystyrene and copolymers of styrene: a) In one of the forms mentioned in Note 3 (a) and (b) to this Chapter b) In other torms 2.) ,5 12.s 12,5 12,5 A;Ch A;R:Ch VII. Polyvinyl chloride; a) In one of the forms mentioned in Note 3 (a) and jb) to this Chapter b) In other forms 2( s" 12,5 A;Ch VIII. Polyvinylidene chloride; vinyl chloride IX. Polyvinyl acetate copolymers of vinyl.dene chloride with X. Copolymers of vinyl chloride with vinyl acetate... XL Polyvinyl alcohols, acetáis and ethers XII. Acrylic polymers, methacrylic polymers and aery lo nieth acrylic copolymers XIII. Coumaroiie resins, indene resins and coumarone indene resins XIV. Other polymerisation or copolymerisation products:.i, In one of the forms' mentioned in Note 3 (a) and (b) to this Chapter b} In other forms 1" ,S 12 12, ,5. A:R;Ch A;R.Ch A;R;C'h Regenerated cellulose; cellulose nitrate, cellulose acetate and other cellulose esters, cellulose ethers and other chemical derivatives of cellulose, plasticiscd or not (for example, collodions, celluloid); vulcanised fibre: A. Adhesive strips of a width not exceeding 10 cm. the coating of which consists of unvulcanised natural or synthetic rubber B. Other: I. Regenerated cellulose: a) Expanded, foam or sponge b) Other: 1. Sheets, film or strip, coiled or not, of a thickness of less than 0 75 mm 2. Other c) Waste and scrap If. Π (1.9 6,3 A;Ch A'.Ch A;Ch Ceiling under surveillance of ECl I covering all ) I h) II. Cellulose nitrates: a) Not plasticised: 1. Collodions and celloidin 2. Other A;C'h A;Ch 6

149 THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Conventional (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control (cont'd) μ ι. D ) Plasticiscd; 1. With camphor or otherwise (for example, celluloid): aa) Film in rolls or in strips, fur cinematography or photography bbt Other 2. Waste and scrap AX'h A;Ch A;Ch III. Cellulose acetates: a) Not plastiticised: b) Plasticised: 1. Products known as moulding powders 2. Film in rolls or in strips, for cinematography or photography ï. Sheets, film or strip, coiled or not, of a thickness of less than 0 75 mm 4. Other: aa) Waste and scrap hb) Other Is" ,9 6,3 13 6,6 7,4 A;Ch A;Ch A;Ch A:C'h A;Ch IV. Other cellulose esters: a) Not plasticised b) Plasticised: 1. Products known as moulding powders 2. Film in rolls or in strips, for cinematography or photography Ì. Sheets, film or strip, coiled or not, of a thickness of less than 0 75 mm 6 6,6 7,1 A:Ch A;Ch 4. Other: aa) Waste and scrap bb) Other 5,7 6,6 A;Ch A;C'h V. Cellulose ethers and other chemical derivatives of cellulose: a) Not plasticised: 1. Fthylcelluli.se 1. Other b) Plasticised: 1. Waste and scrap 2. Other: VI. Vulcanised fibre aa) Hthylcellulose bb) Other Is 1" II, 1rs 20 6,9 7,8,i,i 8 5,7 A;Ch A;Ch A;Ch A: Ol A;Ch A;Ch Hardened proteins (for example, hardened casein and hardened gelatin) Natural resins modified by fusion (run gums); artificial resins obtained by esterification of natural resins or of resinic acids (ester gums); chemical derivatives of natural rubber (for example, chlorinated rubber, rubber hydrochloride, oxidised rubber, cyclised rubber): A. Run gums B. Other 5,7 6,6 A;R;C'h [47

150 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous Conventional (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control Other high polymers, artificial resins and artificial plastic materials, including alginic acid, its salts and esters; linoxyn: A. Alginic acid and its salts and esters B. Other: Ceiling under surveillance of ECU Quota of ECU : China I. Starches, esterified or etherified II. Other: Heparine Other ('1 Ceiling under surveillance of ECl' Quota of ECU : China ('I Articles of materials of the kinds described in headings Nos to 39.06: A. Articles for technical uses, for use in civil aircraft (a) B. Other: I. Of regenerated cellulose II. Of vulcanised fibre III. Of hardened proteins IV. Of chemical derivatives of rubber V. Of other materials: a) Spools, reels and similar supports for photographic and cinematographic film or for tapes, films and the like falling within heading No b) Fans and hand screens, non mechanical; frames and handles therefor and parts of such frames and handles c) Corset busks and similar supports for articles of apparel or clothing accessories d) Other: Articles of apparel and clothing accessories Bags, sachets and similar articles, of polyethylene ,6 6,9 6,6 6,6 5,3 5,6 4,9 8,4 A R;Ch A R;Ch A R:Ch A R;Ch Ceiling under surveillance of ECU Ceiling under surveillance of ECU Quota of ECU: Hong-Kong. Singapore. South Korea Other >be determined t>> non II. [Ι.ΙΓ.ψΙ.ίρΙΐ 11. ol ihc Pielin t') For Ihc products falling under sub-headings Β I and ex II (other), ihe reference base i: I ECU. 8

151 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control CHAPTER 40 RUBBER, SYNTHETIC RUBBER, FACTICE, AND ARTICLES THEREOF I. RAW RUBBER Natural rubber latex, whether or not with added synthetic rubber latex; pre-vulcanised natural rubber latex; natural rubber, balata, gutta-percha and similar natural gums Synthetic rubber latex; pre-vulcanised synthetic rubber latex; synthetic rubber; factice derived from oils: A. Factice derived from oils HI 3,2 B. Products modified by the incorporation of artificial plastic materials 10 3,8 A;R:Ch C. Other -ree Reclaimed rubber Waste and parings of unhardened rubber; scrap of unhardened rubber, fit only for the recovery of rubber; powder obtained from waste or scrap of unhardened rubber II. UNVULCANISED RUBBER Plates, sheets and strip, of unvulcanised natural or synthetic rubber, other than smoked sheets and crepe sheets of heading No or 40.02; granules of unvulcanised natural or synthetic rubber compounded ready for vulcanisation; unvulcanised natural or synthetic rubber, compounded before or after coagulation either with carbon black (with or without the addition of mineral oil) or with silica (with or without the addition of mineral oil), in any form, of a kind known as masterbatch: A Rubber compounded with carbon black or with silica (masterbatch) Β. Granules of natural or synthetic rubber compounded ready for vulcanisation C. Other 10 2,5 2,5 A:R;Ch Unvulcanised natural or synthetic rubber, including rubber latex, in other forms or states (for example, rods, tubes and profile shapes, solutions and dispersions); articles of unvulcanised natural or synthetic rubber (for example, coated or impregnated textile thread; rings and discs): A. Solutions and dispersions B. Other 18 2,5 2,5 A;R:Ch 9

152 THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Conventional (EEC) No Type of conl ol III AR ncles OF UNHARDENED VULCANISED RUBBER Vulcanised rubber thread and cord, svhether or not textile covered, and textile thread covered or impregnated svith vulcanised rubber: A. Vulcanised rubber rhread and cord, whether or not textile covered 11. leville thread covered or impregnateli ssith vulcanises! rubber 5,3 4(1.OK Plates, sheets, strip, rods and profile shapes, of unhardened vulcanised rubber: A. Plates, sheets and strip: I. O! expanded, foam or sponge rubber II. Other 11. Hods and profile shapes S, A.R:Ch Piping and tubing, of unhardened vulcanised rubber: Λ. With finings attached, suitable for conducling gases or licjuids, tor use in civil aircraft a ' IS I',. Other I,S Transmission, conveyor or elevator belts or belling, of vulcanised rubber Rubber tyres, ryre cases, interchangeable tyre treads, inner tubes and tyre flaps, for wheels of all kinds: Λ. Solid or cushion lyres and interchangeable lyre treads I!. Orivi: I. Pin lunatic tyres tor use on civil aircraft (a) II. Other: New inner tubes and tyre cases of the kind used on bicycles, cycles with an auxiliary motor, motor cycles or motor scooters. Other (including tyre cases with sewn in inner tubes, lor racing bicycles, and tyre flaps) Hygienic and pharmaceutical articles (including teats), of unhardened vulcanised rubber, svith or without fillings of hardened rubber 5,1' 5,8 A;Ch A;Ch A;R:Ch Ceiling under surveillance ol' ECU covering 40,11 A and li ex II (other) Quota of ECU covering A and II ex II lotherl : Soulh Korea Ceiling under surveillance ol' ECU Quota of EC! I : South Korea Arricies of apparel and clothing accessories including gloves;, for all purposes, of unhardened vulcanised rubber: A. Gloves, including mittens 5,3 II. Articles ot apparel and clothing accessories 6.2 jlhotilics SOL 150

153 THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 \ulonomous (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control 40. Other articles of unhardened vulcanised rubber: A. Articles for technical uses, for use in civil aircraft (a) B. Other: I. Of expanded foam or sponge rubber II. Orhcr 20 Is 5,3 4,4 IV. HARDENED RUBBER (EBONITE AND VULCANITE); ARTICLES MADE THEREOF Hardened rubber (ebonite and vulcanite), in bulk, plates, sheets, strip, rods, profile shapes or tubes; scrap, waste and powder, of hardened rubber: A. In bulk or blocks, in plates, sheets or strip, in rods, profile shapes or tubes B. Scrap, waste and powder, of hardened rubber 3,2 Articles of hardened rubber (ebonite and vulcanirc): A. Piping and tubing, svith fittings attached, suitable for conducting gases or liquids, for use in civil aircraft (a) B. Other

154 Rale of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous Conventional (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control SECTION VIII RAW HIDES AND SKINS, LEATHER, FURSKINS AND ARTICLES THEREOF; SADDLERY AND HARNESS; TRAVEL GOODS, HANDBAGS AND SIMILAR CONTAINERS; ARTICLES OF GUT (OTHER THAN SILK-WORM GUT) CHAPTER 41 RAW HIDES AND SKINS (OTHER THAN FURSKINS) AND LEATHER Raw hides and skins (fresh, salted, dried, pickled or limed), whether or not split, including sheepskins in the wool Bovine cattle leather (including buffalo leather) and equine leather, except leather falling within heading No or 41.08: A. East India kip. whole, whether or not the heads and legs have been removed, weighing each not more than 4-5 kg net, not further prepared than vegetable tanned, whether or not having undergone further preservative treatment with oil, but obviously unsuitable for immediate use in the manufacture of leather articles '. B. Bovine cattle leather including buffalo leatliei not Untile, preparei than chrome-tanned, in the wet blue siate C. Othen 7 Leather not funher prepared than tunned Other Ceiling under surveillance ol' ECU Quota of ECU: Argentina. Quota of ECU : Brazil Sheep and lamb skin leather, except leather falling within heading No or 41.08: A. Of Indian hair sheep, not funher prepared than vegetable tanned, whether or not having undergone further preservative treatment with oil, but obviously unsuitable for immediate use in the manufacture of leather articles B. Other: 1. Not further prepared than tanned II. Other 2,5 3,8 Ceiling under surveillance of ECU 152

155 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Convenlío nal (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control Goat and kid skin leather, except leather falling within heading No or 41.08: A. Of Indian goat or kid, not funher prepared than vegetable tanned, whether or not having undergone further preservative treatment with oil, but obviously unsuitable for immediate use in the manufacture of leather articles B. Other: I. Not further prepared than tanned 1.9 II. Other Ceiling under surveillance of ECU Other kinds of leather, except leather falling within heading No or 41.08: A. Of reptiles, not funher prepared than vegetable tanned, whether or not having undergone funher preservative treatment with oil, but obviously unsuitable for immediate use in the manufacture of leather articles B. Other: I. Not further prepared than tanned II. Other 3,2 3,5 A:R;Ch Chamois-dressed leather 1.07] Patent leather and imitation patent leather; metallised leather Parings and other waste, of leather or of composition or parchmentdressed leather, not suitable for the manufacture of articles of leather; leather dust, powder and flour Composition leather with a basis of leather or leather fibre, in slabs, in sheets or in rolls Î.8 A.R.Ch 153

156 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous Conventional (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control CHAPTER 42 ARTICLES OF LEATHER; SADDLERY AND HARNESS; TRAVEL GOODS, HANDBAGS AND SIMILAR CONTAINERS; ARTICLES OF ANIMAL GUT (OTHER THAN SILK-WORM GUT) Saddlery and harness, of any material (for example, collars, traces, knee-pads and boots), for any kind of animal Travel goods (for example, trunks, suit-cases, hat-boxes, travelling-bags, rucksacks), shopping-bags, handbags, satchels, brief-cases, wallets, purses, toilet-cases, tool-cases, tobacco-pouches, sheaths, cases, boxes (for example, for arms, musical instruments, binoculars, jewellery, bottles, collars, footwear, brushes) and similar containers, of leather or of composition leather, of vulcanised fibre, of artificial plastic sheeting, of paperboard or of textile fabric: A. Of artificial plastic sheeting Ceiling under surveillance of ECU Quota of ECU: Hong Kong. South Korea B. Of other materials Ceiling under surveillance of ECU Quota of ECU: Ura/il. China Quota of ECU: Hong Kong. South Korea Anieles of apparel and clothing accessories, of leather or of composition leather: A. Articles of apparel Ceiling under surveillance of ECU covering A. 13 II. Ill and C Quota of ECU covering A. II II. Ill and C: China. Hong Kong Quota of ECU: South Korea 154

157 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME Conventional (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control B- Gloves, including mittens and mitts: (cont'd) I. Protective, for all trades II. Special, for sports A:R.Ch Ceiling under surveillance of ECU Quota of ECU : China Quota of ECU: Hong Kong Ml. Other A;K:Ch 1 Cf A C. Other clothing accessories Articles of leather or of composition leather of a kind used in machinery or mechanical appliances or for other industrial purposes: A. Conveyor or transmission belts or belting 10 5.S B. Other A;R'.C'h Other articles of leather or of composition leather Articles made from gut (other than silk-worm gut), from goldbeater's skin, from bladders or from tendons 155

158 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Conventional (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control CHAPTER 4Ì FURSKINS AND ARTIFICIAL FUR; MANUFACTURES THEREOF Raw furskins Furskins, tanned or dressed, including furskins assembled in plates, crosses and similar forms; pieces or cuttings, of furskin, tanned or dressed, including heads, paws, tails and the like (not being fabricated): A. Furskins, tanned or dressed, including furskins assembled in plates, crosses and similar forms 3,5 B. Pieces or cuttings, of furskin, tanned or dressed, including heads, paws, tails and the like {not being fabricated) 2, Anieles of furskin: A. Of a kind commonly used in machinery or plant B. Other 4,9 6 A:R;Ch (') Ceiling under surveillance of 2 40Ü 000 ECU Artificial fur and articles made thereof (') For ex Β (gloves), list A and Ch. 156

159 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous Conventional Inclusion (EEC) No 3599/85 Beneficiaries Type of control SECTION IX WOOD AND ARTICLES OF WOOD; WOOD CHARCOAL; CORK AND ARTICLES OF CORK; MANUFACTURES OF STRAW, OF ESPARTO AND OF OTHER PLAITING MATERIALS; BASKETWARE AND W1CKERWORK CHAPTER 44 WOOD AND ARTICLES OF WOOD; WOOD CHARCOAL Fuel wood, in logs, in billets, in twigs or in faggots; wood waste, including Wood charcoal (including shell and nut charcoal}, agglomerated or not : Wood in the rough, whether or not stripped of its bark or merely roughed down: A. Poles of coniferous wood, injected or otherwise impregnated to any degree, not less than 6 in nor more than 18 m in length and with a circumference at the butt end of more than 45 cm but not more than Wood, roughly squared or half squared, but not funher manufactured Wood sawn lengthwise, sliced or peeled, but not further prepared, of a thickness exceeding 5 mm: B. Coniferous wood, of a length of 125 cm or less and of a thickness of p.m. χ X p.m. χ [44.06] Railway or tramway sleepers of wood: X ] (1} Î.nuy under t it lubhrjduik» luhjcii in tiiiklmons in be der if mined by ihr mmpi ttiu juirmritiev 157

160 Rate of Duly THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control Hoopwood; split poles; piles, pickets and stakes of wood, pointed but not sawn lengthwise; chipwood; drawn wood; pulpwood in chips or particles; wood shavings of a kind suitable for use in the manufacture of vinegar or for the clarification of liquids; wooden sticks, roughly trimmed but not turned, bent or otherwise worked, suitable for the manufacture of walking-sticks, umbrella handles, tool handles or the like: Drawn wood [44.10] Pulpwood in chips or particle: Wooden sticks, roughly trimmed otherwise worked, suitable for the umbrella handles, tool handles or the like but not turned, bent οι manufacture of walking-sticks, A.RX'h A.R.Ch Fibre building board of whether or not bonded with other organic binders wood or other with natural or vegetable artificial material, resins or Ceiling under surveillance of ECl' Quota of ECU: Brazil Wood wool and wood flour Wood (including blocks, strips and friezes for parquet or wood block flooring, not assembled), planed, tongued, grooved, rebated, chamfered, V-join ted, centre V- join ted, beaded, centre-beaded or the like, but not funher manufactured Wood sawn lengthwise, sliced >r peeled but not further prepared, of a ; thickness not exceeding mm; veneer sheets and sheets for plywood, of a thickness not exceeding ' mm: A. Small boards for the manufacture of penei Β. Other 6 Plywood, blockboard, laminboard, battenboard and similar laminated wood products (including veneered panels and sheets); inlaid wood and wood marquetry 10(b) A;Ch Ceiling under surveillance of m Quota of m 3 : Brazil, Indonesia. Malaysia. Philippines. Singapore. South Korea Cellular wood panels, whether or not faced with base metal 3, "Improved" wood, in sheets, blocks or the like (al Entry under (his jubhcjding is \ub c.t HI i.iii, (b) Exemption Irem the pjvinem..i duty within ui whiih (he I.Ko jrr not lurtiier prep.lrr - tjnded, ut j ihitlmc«krr.urr (hjn ] H S π bc Js.-tcrmin.-il by thi,,,mr,-t.-iii.luth-nlif, ni.in ji.nu.il tarili qiii.u til in'ul e pec!ins pri.s..-.,. ut.1 ihk'kncv. μιι. ι.ί ib.i 158

161 Rate of Do tv THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Auonomous Conventional (EEC) No 3599,85 Type of control Reconstituted wood, being wood shavings, wood chips, sawdust, wood flour or other ligneous waste agglomerated with natural or artificial resins or other organic binding substances, in sheets, blocks or the like Wooden headings and mouldings, including moulded skirting and other moulded boards Vlooden picture frames, photograph frames, mirror frames and the like Complete wooden packing cases, boxes, crates, drums and similar packings: A. Wholli or partis ot plywood, blockboard, lanunboard, battenboard or similar laminated wood products (including veneered wood panels.\nd sheets' 11. Other: I. Of fibre building board II. Other Casks, barrels, vats, tubs, buckets and other coopers' products and parts thereof, of wood, including staves: A. Riven staves of wood, not further prepared than sawn onone principal surface; sawn staves of wood, of which at least one principal surface has been cylmdricallv sawn, not funher prepared than sawn K. Other 7,5 7,5 2,9 1,1 A;R;C'h Builders' carpentry and joinery (including prefabricated and sectional buildings and assembled parquet flooring panels): A. Shuttering for concrete constructional work Ceiling under surveillance of ECU covering all h. Other 1. Of fibre building board 1') 7,5 II. Olher 6 A;R;Oi Household utensils of wood Wooden tools, tool bodies, tool handles, broom and brush bodies and handles: bo.ii and shoe lasts and trees, of wood: A. Handles for articles of cutlery, forks and spoons; brush budies II Olher Spools, cops, bobbins, sewing thread reels and the like, of turned wood: A. Reels lor sewing thread and the like II. Oilier A;R;C'h 159

162 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous Conventional % (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control Standard lamps, table lamps and other lighting fittings, of wood; articles of furniture, of wood, not falling within Chapter 94; caskets, cigarette boxes, trays, fruit bowls, ornaments and other fancy articles, of wood; cases for cutlery, for drawing instruments or for violins, and similar receptacles, of wood; articles of wood for personal use or adornment, of a kind normally carried in the pocket, in the handbag or on the person; parts of the foregoing articles, of wood: A. Of fibre building board Othei Other articles of wood: A. Foundry moulding patterns B. Blind rollers, whether or not fitted with springs C. Match splints; wooden pegs or pins for footwear ' 9 2,9 4,6 4,4 D. Other: I. Of fibre building board II. Other 19 7,5 4,9 A:R;Ch 160

163 THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 (EEC) No Type of control CHAPTER 4 i CORK AND ARTICLES OF CORK Natural cork, unworked, crushed, granulated or ground; waste cork Natural cork in blocks, plates, sheets or strips (including cubes or square slabs, cut to size for corks or stoppers) Anieles of natural cork Agglomerated cork (being cork agglomerated with or without a binding substance) and articles of agglomerated cork: A. Discs for the manufacture of crown corks (a) B. Other A;R.Ch iidtuon, t be Jeter 161

164 Derechos ESQUEMA 1986 DE PREFERENCIAS ARANCELARIAS GENERALIZADAS DE LA COMUNIDAD N partida arancelaria Designación de las mercancías autónomos %o «prélèvements» (Ρ) convencionales % Inclusión DOL Reglamento (CEE) No 3599/85 Beneficiarios Gestión CAPÍTULO 46 MANUFACTURAS DE ESPARTERÍA Y CESTERÍA [46.01] Trenzas y artículos similares de materias trenzables, para cualquier uso, incluso ensamblados formando bandas; materias trenzables tejidas o paralelizadass, en formas planas, incluso las esterillas de China, las esteras toscas y los cañizos; fundas de paja para botellas: A. Trenzas y artículos similares de materias trenzables, para cualquier uso, incluso ensamblados formando bandas: I. de materias vegetales sin hilar II. los demás B. Esteras toscas; fundas de paja para botellas, cañizos y demás artículos toscos de embalaje o protección C. Esterillas de China y similares D. otros artículos: I. de materias vegetales sin hilar: a) sin forrar con papel ni con tejido b) forradas con papel o con tejido II. de tiras de papel, incluso mezcladas en cualquier proporción con materias vegetales III. de otras materias trenzables Artículos de cestería obtenidos directamente en su forma definitiva o confeccionados con artículos de la partida 46.02; manufacturas de lufa Libre 4,6 3,8 4,1 4,4 4,1 4,1 4 6,2 162

165 No partida arancelaria Designación de las mercancías autónomos %o «prélèvements» (Ρ) Derechos convencionales % Inclusion ESQUEMA 1986 DE PREFERENCIAS ARANCELARIAS GENERALIZADAS DE LA COMUNIDAD DO L Reglamento (CEE) Ν" 3599/85 Beneficiarios Gcsïión SECCIÓN X MATERIAS UTILIZADAS EN LA FABRICACIÓN DEL PAPEL; PAPEL Y SUS APLICACIONES CAPÍTULO 47 MATERIAS UTILIZADAS EN LA FABRICACIÓN DEL PAPEL Pastas de papel Libre Libre Desperdicios de papel y cartón, manufacturas de papel y cartón viejas utilizables exclusivamente para la fabricación de papei... Libre (a) p.m. χ (a) Ver anexo a AAC. 163

166 Rate of Duly THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous Conventional of 3C.I (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control CHAPTER 4ft PAPER AND PAPERBOARD; ARTICLES OF PAPER PULP, OF PAPER OR OF PAPERBOARD I. PAPER AND PAPERBOARD, IN ROLLS OR IN SHEETS Paper and paperboard (including cellulose wadding), in rolls or sheets: A. Newsprint (a) B. Cigarette paper '** 4.9(b) 4,9 C. Kraft paper and kraft board: [48.02] I. For the manufacture of paper yarn of heading No 57.Ü7 or of paper yarn reinforced with metal of heading No (a) 6 II. Other: a) Paper for large-capacity sacks 1 18 b} Other D. Paper weighing not more than 15 g/m 1 for use in stencil making (a) 6 F. Hand-made paper and paperboard I-" 5 F. Other ' 8 2,5 H 6.1,8 5,1 9 A.R.Ch A.RiCh 48.0.* Parchment or greaseproof paper and paperboard, and imitations thereof, and glazed transparent paper, in rolls or sheets 18 Composite paper or paperboard (made by sticking flat layers together with an adhesive), not surface-coated or impregnated, whether or not internally reinforced, in rolls or sheets >$ Paper and paperboard, corrugated (with or without flat surface sheets), creped, crinkled, embossed or perforated, in rolls or sheets: A. Paper and paperboard, corrugated 21 B. Other [48.06] Paper and paperboard, impregnated, coated, surface-coloured, surfacedecorated or printed (not constituting printed matter within Chapter 49), in rolls or sheets: A. Ruled, lined or squared, but not otherwise printed 2U B. Coated with mica powder 15 A:R;Ch C. Bleached paper and paperboard, coated with kaolin or coated or impregnated with artificial plastic materials, weighing 160 grams or more per in 2 19 D. Other [48.09] Filter blocks, slabs and plates, of paper pulp 1 7 U) Entry umlet ihn»ubhtading "i iuhieti [<> tundiliont li> be delt ;hi hxrmpoon from the payment of dut? within (he limits of Jn j!64

167 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous Cons eolio nal Inclusion (EEC) No 3599/85 Beneficiaries Type of control II. PAPER AND PAPERBOARD CUT ΓΟ SIZE OR SHAPE AND ARTICLES OF PAPER OR PAPERBOARD 48.Hl Cigarette paper, eut to sue. whether or not in the form of booklets or í.l X 1') 7 A:R:Ch Floor coverings prepared on a base of paper or of paperboard, whether or not cut to si/«., with or without a coating of linoleum compound Ì9 11 X Carbon and other copying papers including duplicator stencils) and A.R.CIi 48.H Writing blocks, envelopes, letter cards, plain postcards, correspondencecards; boxes, pouches, wallets and writing compendiums, of paper or A:R:Ch 48. H Other paper and paperboard, cut to size or shape: A. Adhesive strips ot a width not exceeding in cm, the coating of which 16 4,6 X A;R;C'h H Other 9 4H.1(> Boxes, bags and other packing containers, of paper tir paperboard; box files, letter trays and similar articles, of paper or paperboard, of a kind commoni) used in offices, shops and the like: B, Other 21) X x [48.17] Registers, exercise books, note books, memorandum blocks, order books, receipt books, diaries, blotting pads, binders loose leaf or other), file co\ ers and other stationery of paper or paperboard; sample and other albums and book covers, of paper or paperboard x A;R;( h 48. Paper or paperboard labels, whether or noi printed or gummed * A:R:( 'h Bobbins, spools, cops and similar supports of paper pulp, paper or paperboard whether or noi perforated or hardened: X A.R.Ch Other articles of paper pulp, paper, paperboard or cellulose wadding: A. Perforated paper.nul paperboard tor acquard and simibr machines 1 f 4,6 * A;R;( It IS. Napkins and napkm liners, tor babies: 10 A R Ch 11. ( iiher 19 7 X A:R:Ch D. Bed linen, table linen, toilet linen (including handkerchiefs and cleaning tis 21 1" 1') 5, X χ f. Orhcr: I. Anieles ot.1 kmt! used fur surgical, medical or hygienic purposes, nor put 11. Oilier!" IV * A:R(li VR:('h 165

168 Rale of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous Conventional of 3C.I2.I985 (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control CHAPTER 49 PRINTED BOOKS, NEWSPAPERS, PICTURES AND OTHER PRODUCTS OF THE PRINTING INDUSTRY; MANUSCRIPTS, TYPESCRIPTS AND PLANS Printed books, brochures, leaflets and similar printed matter, whether or not in single sheets p.m. χ Newspapers, journals and periodicals, whether or not illustrated p.m. χ Children's picture books and painting books Music, printed or in manuscript, whether or not bound or illustrated Maps and hydrographie and similar charts of all kinds, including atlases, wall maps and topographical plans, printed; printed globes (terrestrial or celestial); A. Printed globes (terrestrial or celestial) B. Other 16 4,6 Plans and drawings, for industrial, architectural, engineering, commercial or similar purposes, whether original or -reproductions on sensitised paper; manuscripts and typescripts Unused postage, revenue and similar stamps of current or new issue in the country to which they are destined; stamp-impressed paper; banknotes, stock, share and bond certificates and similar ' documents of title; cheque books: A. Postage, revenue and similar stamps 6 2,5 B. Banknotes C. Other: I. Signed and ed II. Other 15 5,1 Transfers (Decalcomanias) Picture postcards, Christmas and other picture greeting cards, printed by any process, with or without trimmings Calendars of any kind, of paper or paperboard, including calendar blocks Other printed matter, including printed pictures and photographs: A. Sheets (not being trade advertising material), not folded, merely with illustrations or pictures not bearing a text or caption, for editions of books or periodicals which are published in different countries in one or more languages (a) - B. Other vuhhcadmr; ι 1 muhien to L nuditi, ins tu ht Jet cr mi ned hv the lumncirnl authorities 166

169 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous Conventional Inclusion (EEC) No 3600/85 Category \nne* CHAPTER 50 SILK AND WASTE SILK Silk worm cocoons suitable for reeling Raw silk (not thrown) Silk wasre (including cocoons unsuitable for reeling, silk noils and pulled or garncttcd rags) Silk yarn, other than yarn of noil or other waste silk, not pur up for 12 4,9 X 130A II Yarn spun from noil or other waste silk, not put up for retail sale: 1!. Other 7 5 2,9 I ( 130 Β II [50.06Ì Silk yarn and yarn spun from noil or other waste silk, put up for retail sale; silk worm gut; imitation catgut of silk: 13 6,2 χ 130 A II B. Yarn spun from noil or other wasre silk C. Silk worm gut; imitation catgut of silk ,8 * \ ) 130 Β II [50.08] Woven fabrics of silk, of noil or other waste silk: A. Of silk or of waste silk other than noil: 1. Crepes 17 6,9 χ 11. Pongee. hahutai, honan, shantung, corah and similar Far Eastern fabrics, wholly of silk (not mixed with noil or other waste silk or with other textile materials): a) Plain woven, unbleached or nor funher processed than scoured b) Other Ih 17 5,3 7,5 * 136 II III. Other 17 7,2 > B. Of noil silk ] 167

170 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Conventional (EEC) No 3600/85 Categorv CHAPTER SI MAN-MADE FIBRES (CONTINUOUS) Yarn of man-made fibres (continuous), not put up for retail sale; A. Yarn of synthetic textile fibres B. Yarn of regenerated textile fibres: { ii I. Hollow-filament yarn II. Other P. 15 2,2 9, S straw and the like) and imitation catgut, of man- Monofil, strip (artificial made fibre materials: A. Of synthetic textile materials: I. Monofil II. Other 13 5,8 6,3 125A 125 Β B. Of regenerated textile materials: 125C I. Monofil 11. Other ' ,5 3,S 127 Β Yarn of man-made fibres (continuous), put up for retail sale: A. Yarn of synthetic textile fibres B. Yarn of regenerated textile fibres 19 IS }» Woven fabrics of man-made fibres (continuous), including woven fabrics of monofil or strip of heading No or 51.02: A. Woven fabrics of synthetic textile fibres: I. For tyres II. Fabrics containing elastomeric yarn III. Fabrics made from strip or the like of polyethylene or polypropylene, of a width of: a) Less than 3 m b) 3 m or more IV. Other li B. Woven fabrics of regenerated textile fibres: I. For tyres 2(1 11 II. Fabrics containing elastomeric yarn III. Other Κι 168

171 I DcMiiplion Autcnomous % Rute o 1 Duly Conventional Inclusion (EEC) No 3600/85 THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Category \nncs CHAPTER Í2 METALLISED TEXTILES Metallised yarn, being textile yarn spun with metal or overed with metal 10 4,9 * 1. II Woven fabrics of metal thread or of metallised yarn. 4 a kind used in 17 5, II 169

172 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous Conventional % Inclusion (EEC) No 3600/85 Category -\nnev CHAPTER 53 WOOL AND OTHER ANIMAL HAIR Other animal hair (Ene or coarse), not carded or combed; A. Coarse animal hair, prepared (for example, bleached, dyed) and 3 1,4 B. Other Waste of sheep's or lambs' wool or of other animal hair (fine or coarse), not pulled or garnetted Fret Waste of sheep's or lambs' wool or of other animal hair (fine or coarse), pulled or garnetted (including pulled or garnetted rags) Sheep's or Iambs' wool or other animal hair (fine or coarse), carded or 3 2, Yarn of carded sheep's or lambs' wool (woollen yarn), not put up for retail sale: A. Containing 85% or more by weight of wool or of wool and fine B. Other 4,4 (a) 10 5,3 * ) > Yarn of combed sheep's or lambs' wool (worsted yarn), not put up for retail sale: A. Containing 85 "<> or more by weight of wool or of wool and fine animal hair: 5. 3,8 X 11. Containing 85 % or more by weight of wool and fine animal hair B. Other: I. Containing a total of myre than ]( 1 ",. by weight of textile II. Other 5 6,2 2,9 III 6,2 X X * Yarn of fine animal hair (carded or combed), not put up for retail sale: Λ. t aided [1 ( ulllbcj s 3,2 e 3,2 χ Yarn of horsehair or of other coarse animal hair, not put up for retail sale 9 3,5 χ S3.10 Yarn of sheep's or lambs' wool, of horsehair or of other animal hair (fine- Il 6,5 i II (al Sec Anno In ι he CCT 170

173 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous Conventional Inclusion (EEC) No 3600/85 Category \nnex 5311 Woven fabrics of sheep's or lambs' wool or of fine animal hair: B. Other: 1. Containing a total of more than 10".. by weight ot textile II Oiher 1 Í (a) 17 7, I 16 5,3 135 II [53.13] la) Sec Anne«to ι c CCT. 171

174 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TAR1FT PREFERENCES SCHEME 1^86 Autonomous Lumentional (EEC) No 3600/85 Categors CHAPTER U FLAX AND RAMIE Flax, raw or processed but not spun; flax tow and waste {including pulled or garnetted rags) Ramie, raw or processed but not spun; ramie noils and waste (including pulled or garnetted rags) Flax or ramie yarn, not put up for retail sale: A. Flax yarn, polished or glazed 16 B. Other: I. Single, measuring per kg: a) m or less 10 b) More than m 6 II. Multiple or cabled 10 5,S 4,6 M 3, Flax or ramie yarn, put up for retail sale; A. Flax yarn, polished or glazed 16 B. Other 17 6,2 5, Woven fabrics of flax or of ramie - 1 [a) Dui> routed to 2% m ripeti of unbleached flax yarn {other than low yarn] of a lenph of 3D ijoo m or esi per k d ogram. intended (or the matiufac or cabled yarn for the footwear industry or fur whipping cables, within the limits of an annua! quota nf 400 tonnes to be granted by the competent : granting of such quotas shall, moreover, be subject to conditions to be determined by the competent authorities. ire nf muliiplc ithontics. The 172

175 Rate o Γ Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous Conventional Inclusion (EEC) No 3600/85 C.uegor* λ η ne s CHAP PER 55 COTTON Cotton waste (including pulled cr garnetted rags), not carded or combed , Cotton yarn, not put up for retail sale: A. Multiple or cabled, finished, in balls or on cards, reels, tubes or similar supports, of a weight (including support) not exceeding 90Ü g Β. Other: 10 S * exl I 1. Measuring, per single yarn, m or more per kg: h) Other II. Other X 1 e\l I I ,8 53 I IS Other woven fabrics of cotton: A. Containing 85% or more by weight of cotton: I!. I. Of a width of less than 85 cm II. Other Other: * ex2 2 a 1 I 1. Of a width of less than 85 cm II. Other 19 I'' χ * 173

176 Rate of Duly THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Conventional (EEC) No 3600/85 Calegon CHAPTER 56 MAN-MADE FIBRES (DISCONTINUOUS) Man-made fibres (discontinuous), not carded, combed or otherwise prepared for spinning: A. Synthetic textile fibres lì. Regenerated textile fibres Continuous filament tow for the manufacture of man-made fibres (discontinuous): A. Of synthetic textile fibres H. Of regenerated textile fibres 7,5 7, Waste (including yarn waste and pulled or garnetted rags) of man-made fibres (continuous or discontinuous), not carded, combed or otherwise prepared for spinning: A. Of synthetic textile fibres B. Of regenerated textile fibres Man-made fibres (discontinuous or waste), carded, combed or otherwise prepared for spinning: A. Synthetic textile fibres B. Regenerated textile fibres H Yarn of man-made fibres (discontinuous or waste), not put up for retail sale: A. Of synthetic textile fibres B. Of regenerated textile fibres 23 Yarn of man-made fibres (discontinuous or waste), put up for retail sale: A. Of synthetic textile fibres B. Of regenerated textile fibres Woven fabrics of man-made fibres (discontinuous or waste): A. Of synthetic textile fibres: I. Gauze weighing not less than HO g/m 1 but not more than 120 g'nr II. Other B. Of regenerated textile fibres I 1 I I 3 a

177 Rale of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous Conventional (EEC) No 3600/85 Category OTHER VEGETABLE TEXTILE MATERIALS; PAPER YARN AND WOVEN FABRICS OF PAPER YARN "True hemp ("Cannabis sativa"), raw or processed but not spun; tow and waste of true hemp (including pulled or garnetted rags or ropes) Manila hemp (abaca) ("Musa textilis"), raw or processed but not spun; tow and waste of manila hemp (including pulled or garnetted rags or ropes) Jute and other textile bast fibres not elsewhere specified or included, raw or processed but not spun; tow and waste thereof (including pulled or garnetted rags or ropes) Other vegetable textile fibres, raw or processed but not spun; waste of such fibres (including pulled or garnetted rags or ropes) [57.05] Yarn of jute or of other textile bast fibres of heading No ,3 Beneficiaries: India, Thailand and countries of list Β Yarn of other vegetable textile fibres; paper yarn: A. Yarn of true hemp: I. Not put up for retail sale: a) Polished or glazed b) Other II. Put up for retail sale B. Coir yarn C. Paper yarn D. Other III III 5, ,3 3, [57.08] [57.09] Woven fabrics of jute or of other textile bast fibres of heading No 57.03: A. Of a width of not more than 150 cm and weighing per square metre: I. Less than 310 g II. Not less than 310 g but not more than 500 g III. More than 500 g ,9 8,7 7,7 Beneficiaries: India. Thailand and countries of list lì Β. Of a width of more than 150 cm 23 9,3 Woven fabrics of other vegetable textile fibres; woven fabrics of paper yarn: A. Of true hemp 21 6,3 B. Of paper yarn 19 5,8 C. Other 20 6, ] 175

178 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Conventional (EEC) No 3600/85 Caiegon CHAPTER 58 CARPETS, MATS, MATTING AND TAPESTRIES; PILE AND CHENILLE FABRICS; NARROW FABRICS; TRIMMINGS; TULLE AND OTHER NET FABRICS; LACE; EMBROIDERY Carpets, carpeting and rugs, knotted (made up or not): A. Of wool or of fine animal hair: I Containing a total of more than 10 % by weight of silk or of waste silk other than noil 40 8,9 II. Other: 32 subject to a max. ot 5 ECU per nr Containing per meter of warp: Not more than 350 rows of knots More than 350 rows of knots B. Of silk, of waste silk other than noil, of synthetic textile fibres, of yarn falling within heading No or of metal threads 40 C. Of other textile materials 24 9,6 subject to a max. of 2,80 ECU per nr' 8,9 6,9 Other carpets, carpeting, rugs, mats and matting, and "Kclem", "Schumacks" and "Karamanie" rugs and the like (made up or not): A. Carpets, carpeting, rugs, mats and matting: I. Coir mats and matting 23 II. Other a) Tufted carpets, carpeting, rugs, mats and matting:,_ Tufted carpets, carpeting and rugs of jute or of other textile bast fibres of heading No Other b) Other: 2.1 Carpels, carpeting, rugs, mats and mailing, of jute or of other textile bast fibres of heading No Other Beneficiaries: India, Sci Lanka and countries of list Β Beneficiaries: India, Thailand and countries of list Β 59 Beneficiaries: India. Thailand and countries of list Β B. "Kclem", "Schumacks" and "Karamanie" rugs and the like 21 6,3 176

179 Rale o ( Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous Conven tion.il Inclusion (EEC) No 3600'8 5 Category Λ η ne s Tapestries, hand made, of the type Gobelins, Flanders, Aubusson, Beauvais and the like, and needle worked tapestries (for example, petit point and 21 5,6 60 I Woven pile fabrics and chenille fabrics (other than terry towelling or similar terry fabrics of cotton falling within heading No and fabrics I ex32.32 a I II Narrow woven fabrics, and narrow fabrics (bolduc) consisting of warp without weft assembled by means of an adhesive, other than goods falling within heading No 58.06: A. Narrow woven fabrics: I. Pile fabrics or chenille fabrics: b) Of silk, of noil silk or of other waste silk c) Of other textile materials 11. Other IS 6,3 6,2 4,9 7,5 χ * II 1 Of jute of other textile bast fibres of heading No excluding Beneficiaries: India, Thailand and countries of list B ) 61 I B. ioldue 16 6,2 X Woven labels, badges and the like, nut embroidered, in the piece, in strips 20 6, Chenille yarn (including flock chenille yarn), gimped yarn (other than metallised yarn of heading No and gimped horsehair yarn); braids and ornamental trimmings in the piece; tassels, pompons and the like: A. Braids of a width of 5 cm or less, of man made fibres (including monofil or strip of heading No or 51.02), of flax, of ramie or of li 4,6 16 5,3 X Tulle and other net fabrics (but not including woven, knitted or crocheted fabrics), plain: 62 I B. Knotted net fabrics ,2 6,5 X * Tulle and other net fabrics (but not including woven, knitted or crocheted fabrics), figured; hand or mechanically made lace, in the piece, in strips or in motifs: V Τ II I h f b B. Lace: 2? * X 177

180 Rate of Duly THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Alil'ilHi.llOUS Com. li-m.il Inclusion (EEC) No 3600/85 Categor\ \nnev Embroidery, in the piece, in strips or in motifs: A. Embroidery without visible ground: II. Other B. Other: I. Of a value of more than 17-5 ECU per kg net weight II. Other II 17 5, *

181 Rale ol Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 (EEC) No 3600/85 Calegors CHAPTER 59»ADDING AND III I; I VS INF. CORDAGE, ROPES AND CABLES; SPECIAL FABRICS: IMPREGNATIT) AND COA mi FABRICS: I'EXTILE ARTICLES OF A KIND SUITABLE FOR INDUS PRIAI USE Wadding and articles of wadding; textile flock and dust and mill neps: Λ. Wadding and articles of wadding: I. Ol man-made fibres: a) Rolls of a diameter of not more than 8 mm It) 3,8 b; Other II) 5,3 II. Of other textile materials Ill 3,8 B. Flock and dust and mill neps: I. Of man-made fibres S 3.1 II. Of orher rextile materials Felt and articles of felt, whether or not impregnated or coated: A. Felt in the piece or simply cut to rectangular shape lb 6,7 B. Other Bonded fibre fabrics, similar bonded yarn fabrics, and articles of such fabrics, whelhcr or nor impregnated or coated: A. C.ai iels.nul other floor coverings 23 8,9 B. Other 18 6, Issine, cordage, ropes and cables, plaited or not: 16 '- - Of synthetic textile fibres - Of flax or ramie - Of abaca (Manila hemp) -~ Of Irue hemp - Binder and baler twine for agricultural machines, of sisal and other fibres of the Agave family - Of sisal and other fibres of the Agave family, olhcr than the products of category 6 A - Other: - Ol" coir - Of jute or other textile bast fibres of heading No Other A 5 Β 6 A 6 Β Beneficiaries: India. Thailand and countries of list Β IKI [79

182 THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Comen Munal % (EEC) No 3600/85 Category Nets and netting made of twine, cordage or rope, and made up nets of yarn, twine, cordage or rope: fishing A. Fishing nets and netting: I. Of vegetable textile materials II. Of other textile materials B. Other: I. Of man made fibres II. Of other textile materials Other articles made from yarn, twine, cordage, rope or cables, other textile fabrics and articles made from such fabrics than Textile fabrics coated with gum or amylaceous substances, of a kind used for the outer covers of books and the like; tracing cloth; prepared painting canvas; buckram and similar fabrics for hat foundations and similar uses Textile fabrics impregnated, coated, covered or laminated with of cellulose derivatives or of other artificial plastic materials preparations [59.09] Linoleum and materials prepared on a textile base in a similar manner to linoleum, whether or not cut to shape or of a kind used as floor coverings; floor coverings consisting of a coating applied on a textile base, cut to shape or not >,3 Rubberised textile fabrics, other than rubberised knitted or crocheted goods: A. Rubberised textile fabrics not comprised in Β below: I. Adhesive strips, of a width not exceeding 10 cm, the coating of.vhich consists of unvulcanised natural or synthetic rubber II. Fabrics combined with expanded foam or sponge rubber li. IS 4.6 5,8 III. Other: a) For tyres b) Other Fabrics mentioned in Note 3 (b) to this Chapter 18 IS Is 5,6 5, Ö

183 THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Heao ing Conventional (EEC) No 3600/85 Categorj textile fabrics otherwise impregnated or coated; painted canvas being theatrical scenery, studio back-cloths or the like Elastic fabrics and trimmings (other than knitted or crocheted goods) consisting of textile materials combined with rubber threads Wicks, of woven, plaited or knitted textile materials, for lamps, stoves, lighters, candles and the like; tubular knitted gas-mantle fabric and incandescent gas mantles Textile hoscpiping and similar tubing, with or without lining, armour or accessories of other materials '. I ransmission, conveyor or elevator belts or belting, of textile material, whether or not strengthened with metal or other material Textile fabrics and textile articles, of a kind commonly used in machinery or plant: A. Textile fabrics, felt and lei t-lined woven fabric, coated, covered or laminated with rubber, leather or other material, of a kind commonly used for the manufacture of card clothing, and similar fabrics of a kind commonly used in machinery or plant B. Bolting cloth, whether or not made up (b): I. Of silk or of waste silk other than noil II. Of other textile materials C. Woven fabrics, felted or not, whether or not impregnated or coated, of a kind commonly used in paper-mak ing or other machinery, tubular or endless with single or multiple warp and/or weft, or flat woven with multiple warp and/or weft: I. Of silk or of man-made fibres II. (if other textile materials D. Other io Ih Is" ,2 4,6 5,8 4.4.jDhcading of hotting doth, not mjdr up, ι 181

184 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous 'Ai Conventional (EEC) No 3600/85 CHAPTER 60 KNITTED AND CROCHETED GOODS Knitted or crocheted fabric, not elastic nor rubberised: A. Of wool or of fine animal hair: I. Containing a total of more than 10% by weight of textil materials of Chapter 50 II. Other Í 65 B. Of man-made fibres: I. Of synthetic textile fibres: a) Containing elastofibres b) Other: 1. For curtains, including net curtain fabric 2. Rachel lace 3. With long pile (imitation fur) 4. Other: aa) Warp knitted fabrics: 11. Unbleached or bleached 22. Dyed 33. Printed 44. Made from yarns of different colours bb) Other knitted or crocheted fabrics: 11. Unbleached or bleached 22. Dyed 33. Printed 44. Made from yarns of different colours ) S A 64 II. Of regenerated textile fibres: a) For curtains, including net curtain fabric b) Other C Of other textile materials: I. Of cotton: a) Unbleached or bleached b) Dyed c) Printed d) Made from >arns of different colours II. Of other textile materials Gloves, mittens and mitts, knitted or crocheted, not elastic nor rubberised: A. Gloves impregnated or coated with artificial plastic materials B. Other: I. Of wool or of fine animal hair,. II. Of synthetic textile fibres III. Of cotton ,9 8,9 8,9 IV. Of other textile materials 13 8,9 182

185 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Conventional (EEC) No 3600/85 Calegor) Stockings, under stockings, socks, ankle-socks, sockettes and the like, knitted or crocheted, not elastic nor rubberised: A. Of wool or of fine animal hair: I. Kncc-length stockings II. Other B. Of synthetic textile fibres: II. I. Knee-length stockings Other: a) Women's stockings: 1. Seamless 2. Other b) Other C. Of cotton D. Oí other textile materials Under garments, knitted or crocheted, not elastic nor rubberised: A. Babies' garments; girls' garments up to and including commercial SIA SC: I.T-shirts: a) Of cotton b) Of synthetic textile fibres c) Of regenerated textile fibres II. Lightweight fine knit roll, polo or turtle necked jumpers and pullovers: a) Of cotton b) Of synthetic textile fibres c) Of regenerated textile fibres d) Of other textile materials (other than wool or fine animal hair)... III. Other: a) Of wool or of fine animal hair b) Of cotton c) Of synthetic textile fibres d) Of regenerated textile fibres e) Of other textile materials B. Other: * I. T-shirts; a) Of cotton b) Of synthetic textile fibres c) Of regenerated textile fibres II. Lightweight tine knit roll, polo or turtle necked jumpers.uu\ pullovers:.0 Of cotton b) Of synthetic textile fibres c) Of regenerated textile fibres d) Of other textile materials.other than wool or fine animal hair) I Ì I! 1 Ì 13 I i I Ì 13 I Ì

186 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Conventional (EEC) No 3600/ 't-o'ifd) III. Panty-hose (tights): a) Of synthetic textile fibres 1. Of yarn of a fineness of 6,6 tex or less 2. Other b) Of other textile material IV. Other: a) Of wool or of fine animal hair b) Of synthetic textile fibres: 1. Men's and boys': aa) Shirts bb) Pyjamas..- cc) Underpants and briefs dd) Other ! 1 i Women's, girls' and infants': aa) Pyjamas bb) Nightdresses cc) Petticoats and slips... dd) Knickers and briefs.. cc) Other ! li 1 I 1 i 1.Ì c) Of regenerated textile fibres.... d) Of cotton: 1. Men's and boys': aa) Shirts bb) Pyjamas cc) Underpants and briefs dd) Other 2. Women's, girls' and infants': aa) Pyjamas bb) Nightdresses cc) Knickers and briefs... dd) Other Ì e) Of other textile materials. Outer garments and other articles, knitted or crocheted, not elastic nor rubberised: A. Outer garments and clothing accessories: I. Jerseys and pullovers, containing at least 50 % by weight of wool and weighing 600 g or more per article; garments of the "cowboy" type and other similar garments for amusement and play, less than commercial size 158: a) jerseys and pullovers, containing at least 50 % by weight of wool and weighing 600 g or more per article b) Other II. Other: a) Outer garments of knitted or crocheted textile fabrics of heading No b) Other: 1. Babies' garments; girls' garments up to and including commercial size 86: aa) Of wool or oí fine animal hair bb) Of synthetic textile fibres cc) Of cotton dd) Of other textile materials ,

187 Rate of Duly THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Conventional (EEC) No 3600/85 C'ategorv 60.0s ionl'd) 2. Bathing costumes and trunks:.1.0 Of synthetic textile fibres bb) Of cotton re) Of othct textile materials 1. Track suits:.1.1) Of synthetic textile fibres bb) Of cotton cc) Of other textile materials \, 4. Other outer garments aa) Blouses and shirt-blouses for women, girls and infants: II. Of silk or noil or other waste silk 22. Of wool or of fine animal hair 11. Of synthetic textile fibres 44. Of regencrared textile fibres 5s". Of cotton 66. Of other textile materials l-l 156 Ί 158 hbljersess. pullovers, slip-overs, waistcoats, svinsets, cardigans, bed i.ickvls and lumpers: II. Men's and boys': Ofwool bbb Offllle.liiiin.il h.nr ccc) Of synthetic textile fibres ddil) Of regenerated textile fibres eee) Of coltoli fff) Of other textile materials 22. Women's, girls' and infants': aaa) Of silk or noil or other waste silk bbb) Ofwool sec) Of flile.liliin.il h.ur ddd) Of synthetic textile fibres eee) Of regenerated textile fibres fff) Of cotton ggg) Of other textile materials cc) Dresses: II. Of wool or of line animal h.nr 22. Of synlhetic textile fibres 31. Of regenerated textile libres 44. Of cortón Ss. Of other textile materials l-l dd) Skirts, including divided skirts: II. Of wool or of fine animal hair 22. Of synthetic [extile libres 33. Of cotton 44. Of other textile materials l-l ee) Trousers: 1 I. Ofwool oroffllle.iiiiin.il hair 22. Of svothetis textile libres 11. Of other textile malcriáis 185

188 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME [986 Conventional (EEC) No 3600/85 Category (cont'd fi') Suits and co ordinate suits (excluding ski boys: 11. Of synthetic textile fibres 22. Of other textile materials gg) Suits and co ordinate suits 'excluding costumes, lor women, girls and infants: 11. Of wool or of fine animal hair Of synthetic textile fibres 33. Ot regenerated textile fibres 44. Of cotton 55. Of other textile materials hh) t oats, i.ukcts excluding.monks, un l.ukeis and.the like and Ua/ers: 11. Of wool or of line annual luii Of synthetic textile fibres 33. Of regenerated textile fibres 44. Of cotton 55. Of other textile materials II S3 15S ijij) Anoraks. chcatc i.ickc II. Ot wool or ui in.uk tcxtik l'ibi :. Ot other textile al han kk) Ski suits co iti t, ihn Ρ' 1 I. Ol wool or of hue annual hair, ι nude textile libres 22. Ol other tesole materials II) Other outer garments: 11. Of wool or of fine animal hair 22. Of synthetic textile fibres 33. Of regenerated textile fibres Of cotton 55. Of other textile materials - ' l-l Clothing accessories: aa) bb) cc) Of wool or of fine animal hair Of synthetic textile fibres Of other textile materials B. Other: I. Of wool or of fine animal hair II. Of man made fibres 111. Of other textile materials Knitted or crocheted fabric and articles thereof, elastic or rubbe: (including elastic knee caps and elastic stocking : A. Fabric: I. Of man made fibres... II. Ot other textile materials IS IS' B. Other: I. Bathing costumes I!. Stockmgs III. Other: a) Of cotton b) Of other textile materials 186

189 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 19K6 Conventional OJ L352 (EEC) No Categor) CHAPTER hi ARTICLES Of APPAREL AND CLOTHING ACCESSORIES OE TEXTILE FABRIC, OTHER THAN KNITTED OR CROCHETED GOODS Men's and boys' outer garments: A. Garments of the "cowboy" type and other similar garments for amusement and play, less than commercial size 158; garments of textile fabric of heading No 59.08, or 59.12: I. Garments of the "cowboy" type and other similar garments for amusement and play, less than commercial size 158 II. Other: a) Coats 20,5 Λ b) Other B. Other: I. Industrial and occupational clothing: a) Overalls, including boiler suits and bibs and braces: 1. Of cotton 2. Of other textile materials 2(1 20 h) Other: 1. Of cotton 2. Of other textile materials II. Swimwcar: a) Of man-made textile fibres b) Of other textile materials !-' 111. Bath robes, dressing gowns, smoking jackets and similar indoor weai a) Of man-made textile fibres b) Of cotton c) Of other textile materials 20 2D IV. Parkas; anoraks, windcheaters, waistcr jackets and the like a) Of man-made textile fibres h) Of cotton 211 c) Of other textile materials 20 V. Other: a) Jackets (excluding waister jackets) and blazers: 1. Of wool or of fine animal hair 2. Of man-made textile fibres 21) Of cotton 4. Of other textile materials b} Overcoats, raincoats and other coats; aks and capes: 1. Of wool or of fine animal hair 2. Of man-made textile fibres: aa) Of a weight, per garment, of 1 kg or less bb) Other 3. Of cotton: aa) Of a weight, per garment, of 1 kg or less bb) Other 4. Of other textile materials l-l 187

190 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Conventional (EEC) No 3600/ (cont'd) B. V. c) Suits and co-ordinate suits (excluding ski suits): 1. Of wool or of fine animal hair 2. Of man-made textile fibres 3. Of cotton 4. Of other textile materials l-t d) Shorts: 1. Of wool or of fine animal hair 2. Of man-made textile fibres 3. Of cotton 4. Of other textile materials l-l e) Trousers: 1. Of wool or of fine animal hair 2. Of man-made textile fibres 3. Of cotton 4. Of other textile materials ) f) Ski suits consisting of two or three pieces: 1. Of wool or of fine animal hair, of cotton or of man-made textile fibres 2. Of other textile materials B. V. g) Other garments: 1. Of wool or of fine animal hair 2. Of man-made textile fibres 3. Of cotton 4. Of other textile materials ) S Women's, girls' and infants' outer garments: A. Babies' garments; girls' garments up to and including commercial size 86; garments of the "cowboy" type and other similar garments for amusement and play, less than commercial size 158: I. Babies' garments; girls' garments up to and including commercial size 86: a) Of cotton b) Of other textile materials 10,5 10,5 II. Other 8 B. Other: I. Garments of textile fabric of heading No 59.08, or 59.12: a) Coats b) Other II. Other: a) Aprons, overalls, smock-overalls and other industrial and occupational clothing (whether or not also suitable for domestic use): 1. Of cotton 2. Of other textile materials b) Swimwear: 1. Of man-made textile fibres 2. Of other textile materials 21) 20

191 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 (EEC) No 3600/85 Category 'cont'd: c) Bath robes, dressing gowns, bed jackets and similar indoor wear: 1. Of man-made textile fibres 2. Of cotton 3. Of other textile materials d) Parkas; anoraks, windcheaters, waister lackets aiul the like: 1. Of man-made textile fibres 2. Of cotton 3. Of other textile materials e) Other: 1. lackets (excluding waister jackets) and blazers: aa) Of wool or of fine animal hair bb) Of man-made textile fibres cc) Of cotton dd) Of other textile materials 2. Coats and raincoats; cloaks and capes: aa) Of wool or of fine animal hair bb) Of man-made textile fibres: 1 1. Oí a weight, per garment, of 1 kg or less 22. Other cc) Of cotton: 11. Of a weight, per garment, of 1 kg or less 22. Other dd) Of other textile materials Suits and co-ordinate suits (excluding ski suits), and costumes: aa) Of wool or of fine animal hair bb) Of man-made textile fibres cc) Of cotton dd) Of other textile materials Dresses: aa) Of silk or of noil or other waste silk bb) Of wool or of fine animal hair cc) Of synthetic textile fibres dd) Of regenerated textile fibres ee) Of cotton ff) Of other textile materials Skirts, including divided skirts: aa) Of wool or of fine animal hair bb) Of man-made textile fibres cc) Of cotton dd) Of other textile materials Trousers and slacks: aa) Of wool or of fine animal hair bb) Of man-made textile fibres cc) Of cotton dd) Of other textile materials

192 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 (EEC) No 3600/85 Category (cont'd) B- II. e) 7. Blouses and shirt-blouses: aa) Of silk or of noil or other waste silk bb) Of man-made textile fibres cc) Of cotton dd) Of other textile materials S. Ski suits consisting of two or three pieces: aa} Of wool or ul line animal hair, of cotton or ol man-made textile fibres bb) Of other textile materials Other garments: aa) Of wool-or of fine animal hair bb) Of man-made textile fibres... cc) Of cotton dd) Of other textile materials Men's and boys' under garments, including collars, shirt fronts and cuffs: A. Shirts: I. Of synthetic textile fibres II. Of cotton III. Of other textile materials (cont'd] B. Pyjamas: I. Of synthetic textile fibres II. Of cotton III. Of other textile materials C. Other: I. Of synthetic textile fibres II. Of cotton III. Of other textile materials \\ omen's, girls' and infants' under garments: A. Babies' garments; girls' garments up to and including commercial size 8f>: I. Of cotton II. Of other textile materials B. Other: I. Pyjamas and nightdresses: a) Of synthetic textile fibres b) Of cotton c) Of other textile materials II. Other: a) Of synthetic textile fibres b) Of cotton c) Of other textile materials

193 Rale 0 Duty IHE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous Conventional Inclusion (EEC) No 3600/85 Cuegorv \nnev 61.0S Handkerchiefs: li. Ol silk, of noil or of other waste silk X 160 II x 19 h 1.06 Shawls, scarves, mufflers, mantillas, veils and the like: A. Of silk or of noi! or other waste silk B. Of svinitene testile libres C. Of regenerated textile libres 1). Of wool or of fine animal hair F.. Of coitou F. Of other textile materials χ : i ' Tics, bow ties and cravats: , ,1 6,3 χ : } II 1 [61.08] Corsets, corset belts, suspender belts, brassieres, braces, suspenders, garters and the like (including such articles of knitted or crocheted fabric), whether or not elastic: 'I ,5 6,5 6, ,5 :! χ I Gloves, mittens, mitts, stockings, socks and soekettes, crocheted goods not being knitted or 21?,6 > Made up accessories for articles of apparel (for example, dress shields,

194 THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Conventional (EEC) No 3600/85 Category CHAPTER 62 OTHER MADE UP TEXTILE ARTICLES Travelling rugs and blankets: A. Electrically heated B. Other: 1. Of cotton II. Oí other textile materials : a) Of wool or of fine animal hair: 1. Wholly of wool or of fine animal hair 2. Other b) Of synthetic textile fibres c) Of regenerated textile fibres d) Of other textile materials Bed linen, table linen, toilet linen and kitchen linen; curtains and other furnishing articles: A. Net curtains: I. Of flax or ramie II. Of other textile materials II Π B. Other: I. Bed linen: a) Of cotton b) Of flax or ramie c) Of other textile materials Ì li II. Table linen: a) Of cortón: 1. Made with yarns of different colours 2. Printed 3. Other b) Of flax or ramie c) Of other textile materials -- I I.! III. Toilet linen and kitchen linen: a) Of cotton: 1. Of terry towelling and similar terry fabrics 2. Other b) Of flax or ramie c) Of other textile materials ! Π I 1 13 'I IV. Curtains and other furnishing articles: a) Of cotton b) Of flax or ramie c) Of other textile materials lì

195 Rale of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Conventional (EEC) No 3600/85 Calegorv Sacks and bags, of a kind used for the packing of goods: V Ot iite or ot other textile bast libres <i! heading No Τ.Οΐ: I. Used 5,3 II. Other: a Of fabric weighing less than ί1')μ nr lì b, Of fabric weighing not less than 310 μ nr' hut not more tha 500 g/ m 2 21 Beneficiaries: India. Thailand and countries of list B ci Of fabric weighing more than 500 g m-' B. Of other textile materials: 1. Used: a) Of tlax or of sisal K' bi Other 19 II. Other: a) Of cotton b) Of fabric of synthetic textile fibres: 1. Made from polyethylene or polypropylene strip 2. Other c) Of fabric of other textile materials tarpaulins, sails, awnings, sunblinds, tents and camping goods: A. Ot cotton: I. Tarpaulins, sails, awnings and sunblinds II. Tents III. Pneumatic mattresses IV. Other camping goods l-l IIII 111 B. Of other textile materials: I. Tarpaulins, sails, awnings and sunblinds: a) Of synthetic textile fibres b) Of other textile materials II. Tents III. Pneumatic mattresses IV. Other camping goods

196 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 (EEC) No 3600/85 Calegur, Other made up textile articles (including dress patterns): A. Escape chutes, for use in civil aircraft (a) B. Strips for the internal reinforcement of belts, of a width of not less than 12 mm but not more than 1(12 mm, composed of two strips of fabric of cotton or of regenerated textile fibres, which have been stuck together, the edges of the narrower strip, which has been stiffened by impregnation with synthetic resin, being covered by the folding over of the edges of the wider strip 21 5,3 112 (. Eloor cloths, dish cloths, dusters and the like 21 7,7 113 I). Kans and hand screens 21 5,6 E. Other 1. Laces; watch straps II. Other ,1 6,3 194

197 Rate of Duly THE COMMLINITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Inscription Autonomous Conven lional Inclusion (EEC) No 3600/85 Categorv \nnes CHAP PER 6 ï OLD CLOTHING AND OTHER TEX TILE ARTICLES; RAGS Clothing, clothing accessories, travelling rugs and blankets, household linen and furnishing articles (other than articles falling within heading No 58.01, or 58.03), of textile materials, footwear and headgear of any material, showing signs of appreciable wear and imported in bulk or in bales, sacks or similar bulk packings: 18 5,3 18 4,9 t 220 II Used or new rags, scrap twine, cordage, rope and cables and worn out 195

198 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous Conventional (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control SECTION XII FOOTWEAR, HEADGEAR, UMBRELLAS, SUNSHADES, WHIPS, RIDING-CROPS AND PARTS THEREOF PREPARED FEATHERS AND ARTICLES MADE THEREWITH; ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS; ARTICLES OF HUMAN HAIR CHAPTER 64 FOOTWEAR, GAITERS AND THE LIKE; PARTS OF SUCH ARTICLES Footwear with outer soles and uppers of rubber or artificial plastic material 20 Ceiling under surveillance of 900 (XX) ECU Quota of ECU: Hong Kong. South Korea Foorwear with outer soles of leather or composition leather; footwear (other than footwear falling within heading No 64.01) with outer soles of rubber or artificial plastic material: A. Footwear with uppers of leather Ceiling under surveillance of ECU Quota of ECU : Hong Kong Quota of ECU: Brazil, South Korea Ceiling under surveillance of ECU Quota of ECU : Hong Kong. South Korea al See Anne» m ihe CCT 196

199 Rate of Duly THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Conventional (EEC) No 3599/85 Beneficiaries Type of control Footwear with outer soles of woud or cork A.R'.Ch Footwear with outer soles of other materials Ceiling under surveillance of ECU Quota of ECU: China Pans of footwear, removable in-soles, hose protectors and heel cushions, of any material except metal: A. Assemblies of uppers affixed to inner soles or to other sole components, but without outer soles B. Olher IS 16 A;Ch A;Ch Gaiters, spats, leggings, puttees, cricket pads, shin-guards and similar articles, and parts thereof A;R:Ch 197

200 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous Conven lional (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control CHAPTER 65 HEADGEAR AND PARTS THEREOF Hat-forms, hat bodies and hoods of felt, neither blocked to shape nor with made brims; plateaux and manchons (including slit manchons), of felt: A. Of fur felt or of felt of wool and fur B. Other 11 II s.l 5,3 A:R;Ch Hat-shapes, plaited or made from plaited or other strips of any material, neither blocked to shape nor with made brims: A. Of wood shavings or strips, straw, bark, esparto, aloe, Manila hemp (abaca), sisal or other unspun vegetable fibres B. Of other materials H Felt hats and other felt headgear, being headgear made from the felt hoods and plateaux falling within heading No 65.01, whether or not lined or trimmed: A. Not lined or trimmed: I. Of fur felt or oí felt of wool and fur II. Other s.l 5,3 B. Lined or trimmed: I. Of fur felt or of felt of wool and fur II. Other III 6 A:R;Ch Hats and other headgear, plaited or made from plaited or other strips of any material, whether or not lined or trimmed: A. Not lined or trimmed: I. Of wood shavings or strips, straw, hark, esparto, aloe, Manila hemp (abaca), sisal or other unspun vegerable fibres 11 p.m. χ II. Of other materials 16 p.m. χ B. Lined or trimmed 18 5,8 Hats and other headgear (including hair nets), knitted or crocheted, or made up from lace, felt or other textile fabric in the piece (but not from strips), whether or not lined or trimmed A.R-.Ch Other headgear, whether or not lined or trimmed Head-bands, linings, covers, hat foundations, hat frames (including spring frames for opera hats), peaks and chinstraps, for headgear: A. Head-bands, B. Other ,1 198

201 Rate of Duly THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Conventional OJ L352 (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control CHAPTER hh UMBRELLAS, SUNSHADES, WALKING-STICKS, WHIPS, RIDING-CROPS AND PARTS THEREOF Umbrellas and sunshades (including walking-stick umbrellas, umbrella tents, and garden and similar umbrellas) Ceiling under surveillance ol' ECU Quota of I ECU: Hong Kong Walking-sticks (including climbing-sticks and seat-sticks), canes, whips, riding-crops and the like Parts, fittings, trimmings and accessories of articles falling within heading No or 66.02: A. Handles and knobs B. Frames, including Iraníes mounted on shafts (sticks) C. Other parts, fittings trimmings and accessories 4,6 7,7 7,2 199

202 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous Conventional (EECl No 3599/85 Type of control PREPARED FEATHERS AND DOWN AND ARTICLES MADE OF FEATHERS OR OF DOWN; ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS; ARTICLES OF HUMAN HAIR Skins and other parts of birds with their feathers or down, feathers, parts of feathers, down, and articles thereof (other than goods falling within heading No and worked quills and scapes): A. Skins and other parts of birds with their feathers or down; feathers, parts of feathers and down IS 21 5,1 5,8 A:K;Ch Artificial flowers, foliage or fruit and pans thereof; articles made of artificial flowers, foliage or fruit: A. Artificial flowers, foliage or fruit and parts thereof: I. Parts II. Other B. Anieles made of artificial flowers, foliage or fruit ,2 7,7 8,2 A-.R.C'h Human hair, dressed, thinned, bleached or otherwise worked; wool, other animal hair and other textile materials, prepared for use in making wigs and the like: A. Human hair, not further worked than dressed 9 3,5 B. Other 4,9 Wigs, false beards, eyebrows and eyelashes, switches and the like, of human or animal hair or of textiles; other articles of human hair (including hair nets) [67.05] 200

203 Rate of Duly THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control SECTION XIII ARTICLES OF STONE, OF PLASTER, OF CEMENT, OF ASBESTOS, OF MICA AND OF SIMILAR MATERIALS; CERAMIC PRODUCTS; GLASS AND GLASSWARE CHAPTER 68 ARTICLES OF STONE. OF PLASTER, OF CEMENT, OF ASBESTOS, OF MICA AND OF SIMILAR MATERIALS Road and paving setts, curbs and flagstones, of natural stone (except slate) Worked monumental or building stone, and articles thereof (including mosaic cubes), other than goods falling within heading No or within Chapter 69: A. Worked monumental or building stone: I. Simply cut or sawn, with a ilat or even surface: aí Calcareous stone or alabaster b) Other stone: I. Flint for lining grinders 1. Other II. Moulded or turned, but not otherwise worked: a) Calcareous stone or alabaster b) Other stone M 3.2 4,4 3,8 p.m. χ * X χ A:R;Ch III. Polished, decorated or otherwise worked, but not carved: a) Calcareous stone or alabaster bi Other stone: I. Of a net weight of less than 10 kg 1. Other IV. Carved B. Mosaic cubes; powder, granules and chippings, artificially coloured l-l 5,6 free 4,9 free A;R:Ch Worked slate and articles of slate, including articles of agglomerated slate Hand polishing stones, whetstones, oilstones, hones and the like, and millstones, grindstones, grinding wheels and the like (including grinding, sharpening, polishing, trueing and cutting wheels, beads, discs and pointsi, of natural stone (agglomerated or not), of agglomerated natural or artificial abrasives, or of pottery, with or without cores, shanks, sockets, axles and the like of other materials, but without frameworks; segments and other finished parts of such stones and wheels, of natural stone (agglomerated or not), of agglomerated natural or artificial abrasives, or of pottery: A. Hand polishing stones, whetstones, oilstones, hones and the like: I. Of agglomerated abrasives 3,5 3.2 A;R:Ch 201

204 Rale of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Conventional (EEC) No 3599/35 Type of control (cont'd) ( B. Other: I. Oí agglomerated abrasives: a) Made of natural or synthetic diamonds b) Other II. Other in III s 1,2 2 2,5 A:R;Ch A:R:Ch Natural or artificial abrasive powder or grain, on a base of woven fabric, of paper, of paperboard or of other materials, whether or not cut to shape or sewn or otherwise made up A:R:Ch Slag wool, rock wool and similar mineral wools; exfoliated vermiculile, expanded cía vs. foamed slag and similar expanded mineral materials; mixtures and articles of heat-insulating, sound-insulating, or sound-absorbing mineral materials, other than those falling in heading No or orin Chapter 69; A. Slag wool, rock wool and similar mineral wools B. Other Articles of asphalt or of similar material (for example, of petroleum bitumen or coal tar pitch) Panels, boards, tiles, blocks and similar articles of vegetable fibre, of wood fibre, of straw, of wood shavings or of wood waste (including sawdust), agglomerated with cement, plaster or with other mineral binding substances Articles of plastering material: A. Boards, sheets, panels, tiles and the like, not ornamented 2,9 B. Other 1,2 Articles of cement (including slag cement), of concrete or of artificial stone (including granulated marble agglomerated with cement}, reinforced or not Articles of asbestos-cement, of cellulose fibre-cement or the like: A. Building materials B. Other II) I Fabricated asbestos and articles thereof (for example, asbestos board, thread and fabric; asbestos clothing, asbestos jointing), reinforced or not, other than goods falling within heading No 68.; mixtures with a basis of asbestos and mixtures with a basis of asbestos and magnesium carbonate, and articles of such mixtures: A. Fabricated asbestos (for example, carded fibres, dyed fibres) 202

205 THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous Conventional (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control 68.13,,mt\t. B. Articles of asbestos: I. I bread II. Fabric III. Other:.1 for use ill civil aircraft.1 li Other 6.9 C. Mixtures wnh.1 basis of asbestos and mixtures with a basis of asbestos.nul magnesium carbonate, and anieles of such mixtures: I. Mixtures II. Articles 1,8 4.9 A;R:Ch Friction material (segments, discs, washers, strips, sheets, plates, rolls and the like) of a kind suitable for brakes, for clutches or the like, with a basis of asbestos, other mineral substances or of cellulose, whether or not combined with textile or other materials: A. With a basis ot' asbestos, tor use in civil aircraft (a) II. Oilier 5,3 Worked mica and articles of mica, including bonded mica spliltings on a support of paper or fabric (for example, micanile and micafolium): A. Sheers or splittings of mica II. Plates, sheets or strips made from mica spliltings or powder, whether or not on a support C. Other 3,8 5,3 Articles of stone or of other mineral substances (including arricies of peat), not elsewhere specified or included: A. Unfired bricks made ot eliminile 5,6 II. Oilier 3 203

206 Rale of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Conventional (EEC) No 3599/85 Beneficiaries Type of control CHAPTER 69 CERAMIC PRODUCTS I. HEAT-INSULATING AND REFRACTORY GOODS Heat-insulating bricks, blocks, tiles and other h cat-in sulating goods of siliceous fossil meals or of similar siliceous earths (for example, kieselguhr, tripolite or diatomitc): A. Bricks weighing more than 650 kg/m 3 10 subject to a min. of 0-50 ECU per 100 kg gross III Refractory bricks, blocks, tiles and similar refractory constructional goods, other than goods falling within heading No 69.01: A. With a basis of magnesite, dolomite or chromite Other refractory goods (for example, retorts, crucibles, muffles, nozzles, plugs, supports, cupels, tubes, pipes, sheaths and rods), other than goods falling within heading No 69.01: A. With a basis of graphite or other forms of carbon B. With a basis of magnesite, dolomite or chromite C Other 10 subject to a niin. of 1-10 ECU per 100 kg gross 10 subject to a min., of 070 ECU per 100 kg gross A:R:Ch IL OTHER CERAMIC PRODUCTS Building bricks (including flooring blocks, support or filler tiles and the like): A. Common pottery B. Other A:R;Ch 204

207 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous Conventional Ol L 352 (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control Roofing tiles, chimney-pots, cowls, chimney-liners, cornices and other construerional goods, including architectural ornaments: A. Roofing tiles of common pottery 2,9 B. Other 3,8 A:R;Ch Piping, conduits and guttering (including angles, bends and similar fillings): A. Common pottery 3-5 B. Other S Unglazcd setts, flags and paving, hearth and wall tiles: A. Files, cubes and similar anieles for mosaics, whether or not rectangular, which are capable of being enclosed in a square rhe side of which does not exceed 5 cm B. Other: I. Common potte 11. Othet IS IS A:R:Ch Glazed setts, flags and paving, hearth and wall tiles: A. liles, cubes and similar articles for mosaics, whether or nor rectangular, which are capable of being enclosed in a square the side of which does not exceed 5 em Ceiling under surveillance of ECU covering all 69 C Quota of ECU covering all 69.08: Thailand Quota of ECU covering all 69.08: South Korea B. Other: I. Common pottery II. Other A:R;C'h A:R;Ch 205

208 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Con ve η tional (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control Laboratory, chemical or industrial wares; troughs, tubs and similar receptacles of a kind used in agriculture; pots, jars and similar articles of a kind commonly used for the conveyance or packing of goods: A. Porcelain or china 21 f>,9 A;R:Ch B. Other 16 S.l Sinks, wash basins, bidets, water closet pans, urinals, baths and like sanitary fixtures of 8 ECU per 100 kç gross Tableware and other articles of a kind commonly used for domestic or toilet purposes, of porcelain or china (including biscuit porcelain and parían): A. White or single coloured 27 subject ti) a min. of ECU per 100 kg B. Other Ρψ subject to a min. of 28 ECU per 100 kg gross 13,5 13,5 Ceiling under surveillance of ECU covering all 69,1 Quota of ECU covering all : South Korea Tableware and other articles of a kind commonly used for domestic or toilet purposes, of other kinds of pottery; A. Common poeten 15 Β. Stoneware 17 C. Earthenware or fine pottery: I. White or single coloured -' subject to a min. of ECU per 100 kg gross II. Other 21 subject to a min. of 18 ECU per 100 kg D. Other " C j l Ceiling under surveillance ol' ECU Quota of ECU : South Korea Ceiling under surveillance of ECU covering all C Quola of ECU covering all 69.12C: South Korea Statuettes and other ornaments, and articles of personal adornment; articles of furniture: A. Common potter)' B. Porcelain or china ' subject to a min, ni 70 ECU per 100 kg gross Ceiling under surveillance of ECU covering all

209 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Auienomous Conventional Inclusion (EEC) No 3599/85 Beneficiaries Type of control (cont'd) 20 9 subject to a min. of 35 ECU per 100 kg gross χ 69. Other articles: 22 7,7 x A.R;Ch 18 5,1 x 207

210 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Conventional (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control CHAPTER 70 GLASS AND GLASSWARE Waste glass culled; glass in the mass (excluding optical glass): A. Waste glass (cullel) B. Glass in the mass (excluding optical glass): I. Glass of the variety known as "enamel" glass II. Other 3,2 2,9 A.R;Ch [70.02] Glass in balls, rods and rubes, unworked (not being optical glass): A. Glass of the variety known as "enamel" glass, in rods and tubes 10 B. Other 10 3,2 4.9 A-.R'.Ch Unworked cast or rolled glass (including flashed or wired glass), whether figured or not, in rectangles: A. Wired, 10 subject to a min. of 1 ECU per 100 kg gross B. Other 10 subject to a min. of 1-60 ECU per 100 kg gross 5 subject to a min. of 050 ECU per 100 kg gross 5 subject to a min. of 080 ECU per 100 kg gross A;R:Ch Unworked drawn or blown glass (including flashed glass), in rectangle- 10 subject to a min. of I ECU per 100 kg gross subject to a min. of 0 60 ECU per 100 kg gross Cast, rolled, drawn or blown glass (including flashed or wired glass), in rectangles, surface ground or polished, but not further worked 3,8 Cast, rolled, drawn or blown glass (including flashed or wired glass) cut to shape other than rectangular shape, or bent or otherwise worked (for example, edge worked or engraved), whether or not surface ground or polished; multiple-walled insulating glass; leaded lights and the like 208

211 Rale of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Lonvenlional (EEC) No 3599/85 Beneficiaries Type of control 7().OK Safety glass consisting of toughened or laminated glass, shaped or not: A. Windscreens, not framed, for use in civil aircraft [a] li. Other S, ( lass mirrors (including rear-view mirrors), un fra med, framed or backed "Ό. 10 Carboys, bottles, jars, pots, tubular containers and similar containers, of glass, of a kind commonly used for the conveyance or packing of goods; stoppers and other closures, of glass A:R:Ch Glass envelopes (including bulbs and tubes) for electric lamps, electronic valves or the like Glass inncrs for vacuum flasks or for other vacuum vessels: A. Unfinished 6,3 Ceiling under surveillance of ECU covering all B. Finished 12, Glassware (other than articles falling in heading No 70.19] of a kind commonly used for table, kitchen, toilet or office purposes, for indoor decoration, or for similar uses Ceiling under surveillance ol' ECU 70. Illuminating glassware, signalling glassware and optical elements of glass, not optically worked nor of optical glass: A. Articles for electrical lighting fittings: I. Facetted glass, plates, balls, pear-shaped drops, flower-shaped pieces, pendants and similar articles tor trimming chandeliers II. Other (for example, diffusers, ceiling lights, bowls, cups, lampshades, globes, tulip shaped pieces; B. Other Clock and watch glasses and similar glasses (including glass of a kind used for sunglasses but excluding glass suitable for corrective lenses), curved, bent, hollowed and the like; glass spheres and segments of spheres, of a kind used for the manufacture of clock and watch glasses and the like Ceiling under surveillance of ECU covering 70. A II and B Quota of I ECU covering 70. A II and B: Hong Kong. Romania Bricks, tiles, slabs, paving blocks, squares and other articles of pressed or moulded glass, of a kind commonly used in building; multi-cellular glass in blocks, slabs, plates, panels and similar forms subject to a nun. of 2 ECU per 100 kg gross subject to a nun. of 1-60 ECU per 1(111 kg gross 209

212 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Comenuon.il (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control Laboratory, hygienic and pharmaceutical glassware, whether or not graduated or calibrated; glass ampoules: A. Laboratory, hygienic and pharmaceutical glassware: I. Of fused silica or fused quartz II. Other B. Glass ampoules 4,6 5,8 S,8 A;R:Ch Optical glass and elements of optical glass, other than optically worked elements; blanks for corrective spectacle lenses Glass beads, imitation pearls, imitation precious and semi precious stones, fragments and chippings, and similar fancy or decorative glass smallwares, and articles of glassware made therefrom; glass cubes and small class plates, whether or not on a backing, for mosaics and similar decorative purposes; artificial eyes of glass, including those for toys but excluding those for wear by humans; ornaments and other fancy articles of lampworked glass; glass grains (ballotini): A. Glass beads, imitation pearls, imitation precious and semi precious stones, and similar fancy or decorative glass smallwares, not mounted, set or strung, but including ungraded goods temporarily strung for convenience of transport; glass grains (ballotini): I. Glass beads: a) Cut and mechanically polished b) Other II. Imitation pearls 1 70 ECU per kg net 4.1 (a) 10 0,60 ECU per kg net p.m. χ X A.R.Ch III. Imitation precious and semi precious stones: a) Cut and mechanically polished b) Other 16 3,8 (a) 6 p.m. χ X IV. Other: a) Glass grains (ballotini) h) Other B. Artificial eyes C. Articles of glassware made from fancy or decorative glass smallwares D. Other ,5 (.1) 5.6 5,3 10 X X X X * A.R;Ch A;R,Ch Glass fibre (including wool), yarns, fabrics, and articles made therefrom: A. Non textile fibre and articles made theretrom B. Textile fibre, yarns, fabrics, and articles made therefrom 2.1 6,5 9,5 X «A;R,Ch A:R,Ch Other articles of glass 5,6 * A;R,Ch M Ml S 210

213 Rate ol IXnv THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 lidding Conventional (EEC) No 3599,85 Type of control SECTION XIV PEARLS, PRECIOUS AND SEMI-PRECIOUS STONES, PRECIOUS METALS, ROLLED PRECIOUS METALS, AND ARTICLES THEREOF; IMITATION JEWELLERY; COIN CHAP PER 'I PEARLS. PRECIOUS AND SEMI-PRECIOUS STONES, PRECIOUS METALS, ROILED PRECIOUS METALS, AND ARTICLES THEREOF; IMITATION JEWELLERY I. PEARLS AND PRECIOUS AND SEMIPRECIOUS STONES Pearls unworked or worked, but not mounted, set or strung (excepi ungraded pearls temporarily strong for convenience of transport) Precious and semi-precious stones, unworked, cur or otherwise worked, but not mounted, set or strung (excepi ungraded stones temporarily strung for convenience of transport): A. Unworked or simply- sawn, cleaved or tinned I!. Other: I. For industrial uses:.1) Articles of piezo-electnc quarr/ b) Olher II. For olher uses 11> 3,2 Synthetic or reconstructed precious or semi-precious stones, unworked, cut or otherwise worked, but not mounted, set or strung (except ungraded stones temporarily srrung for convenience of transport): A. Unworked or simply sawn, cleaved or bailed II. Other: I. For industrial uses II. l-or other uses Dust and powder of narural or synthetic precious or semi-precious stones II.PRECIOUS METALS AND ROLLED PRECIOUS METALS. UNWROUGHT, UNWORKED OR SEMI-MANUFACTURED Silver, including silver gilt and platinum-plated silver, unwrought or semimanufactured: A. Unwrought B. Bars, rods. and sections; plates, sheets and strips 211

214 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous % Conventional (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control _. (,- C. Tubes, pipes and hollow bars 7 2,9 ",iv,en (cont a) Q fou t)f Ά thickness, excluding any backing, not exceeding 015 mm E. Powder, purls, spangles, cuttings and other forms M n 5 3,8 A;K;Ch Rolled silver, unworked or semi-manufactured: A. Unworked 3,8 B. Semi-manufactured 4, Gold, including platinum-plated gold, unwrought or semi-manufactured: Λ. Unwrought ree B. Bars, rods, wire and sections; plates, sheets and strips C. Tubes, pipes and hollow bars A l.s D. Foil of a thickness, excluding any backing, not exceeding 015 mm ,3 E. Powder, purls, spangles, cuttings and other forms 11 4, Rolled gold on base metal or silver, unworked or semi-manufactured Platinum and other metals of the platinum group, unwrought or semimanufactured: A. Platinum and platinum alloys: I. Powders II. Other; a) Unwrought b) Semi-manufactured: 1. Bars, rods, wire and sections; plates, sheets and strips 2. Tubes, pipes and hollow bars 3. Foil of a thickness, excluding any backing, not exceeding 0 15 mm 4. Other 2 Î 8 9 0,9 1,4 1,2 1 Other metals ol the platinum group and alloys thereof: I. Powders II. Other: a) Unwrought b) Semi manufactured Rolled platinum or other platinum group metals, on base metal or precious metal, unworked or semi manufactured Goldsmiths', silversmiths' and jewellers' sweepings, residues, lemels, and other waste and scrap, of precious metal 212

215 Rale of IXity THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Conventional Ol L 352 (EEC) No 3599,85 Type of control 111. JEWELLERY, GOLDSMITHS' AND SILVERSMI FHS' WARES AND O EHER ARTICLES Articles of jewellery and parts thereof, of precious metal or rolled precious metal: A. Of precious metal B. Of rolled precious metal A:R;Ch Articles of goldsmiths' or silversmiths' svares and parts rhereof, of precious metal or rolled precious metal, other than goods falling within heading No 71.12: A. Of precious nierai Β. Of rolled precious metal Other articles of precious metal or rolled precious metal: A. Of precious metal B. Of rolled precious metal A;R:Ch Articles consisting of, or incorporating, pearls, precious or semi-precious stones (natural, synthetic or reconstructed): A. Articles consisting of, or incorporating, pearls: 1. Necklaces, bracelets and other articles, ot pearls, simply strung without fasteners or orher accessories II. Other B. Arricies consisting of, or incorporating, precious or semi-precious stones (natural, synthetic or reconstructed): I. Made wholly of natural precious or semi-precious stones: a) Necklaces, bracelets and other arricies of narural precious or semi-precious stones,.simple strung without fasteners or other accessories hi Other II. Other M 1.9 S,l 4.9 Imitation jewellery: A. Of base nierai Β. Other 8,5 6,7 A;Ch A;Ch Ceiling under surveillance of ECU covering all Quota of ECU covering all 71.16: South Korea Quota of ECU covering all Hong Kong 213

216 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous Conventional Inclusion (EEC) No 3599/85 Beneficiaries Type of control (HAP 1ER '1 COIN

217 Rale of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Conventional (EEC) No Type of control SECTION XV BASF METALS AND ARTICLES OF BASE METAL CHAPTER 7Ì IRON AND STEEL AND ARTICLES THEREOF Pig iron, cast iron and "spicgeleisen, in pigs, blocks, lumps and similar forms: A. Spiegeleisen (ECSC) Β. Haematite pig iron and cast iron (ECSC) C. Phosphoric pig iron and cast iron (ECSC) I). Other pig iron and cast iron: I. Containing, by weight, not less than 0 30% but not more than 1% of titanium and not less than 0 50% hut not more than 1% of vanadium (ECSC).. ; IL Other (ECSC) Ferro alloys: free 3,2 A. Ferro manganese: I. Containing more than 2% by weight of carbon (high carbon ferromanganese) (ECSC) II. Other 5,3 Β. Ferro aluniinium, ferro silico aluminium and ferro silico mangano aluuiiiiiuin C. Ferro silicon D. Ferro silico manganese 4,9 6,2 (a) 5,5 (b) E. Ferro chromium and fcrro silico chromium: I. Ferro chromium II. Fcrro silico chromium E. Ferro nickel C. Other 8 (c) 4,9 4, Waste and scrap meni of iron or steel (ECSC) Shot and angular grit, of iron or steel, whether or not graded; wire pellets of iron or steel I txrmpnon in.m lhe pavment»i July wuhin [he limits (if an annual i uüta.if ' ici to bc firaiiirj l>> the..nmpetent authorities I F.nempti.in from the :>a>.meni.if duty within (he limiti of an annual quota ol 13 S it) tonno lobt granted by the tompetent authorities. Exemption from the payment of duty in respett of fem.,, h rumi urn oniaininu, not more than 0 10 'Ό by weight ot carbon and more than 1'J chromium, wnhin the limits ol in annual quota of nimin, tu be granted hy tru* tempêtent authorities 215

218 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFE PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous Conventional OJ L352 (EEC) No 3599/85 Decision No 553/ECSC Tspc, Iron or steel powders; sponge iron or steel: A. iron or steel powders B. Sponge iron or steel (ECSC) Ì.2 2.5(a) A;RX'h Puddled bars and pilings; ingots, blocks, lumps and similar forms, of iron or steel (ECSC) 2, 5 Blooms, billets, slabs and sheet bars (including tinplate bars), of iron or steel; pieces roughly shaped by forging, of iron or steel: A. Blooms and billets: I. Rolled (ECSC) Ceiling under surveillance of ECU covering A I and Β I II. Forged B. Slabs and sheet bars (including tinplate bars): 1. Rolled (ECSC) II. Forged HI 3,2 ΐ,8 LCSC EEC A;R;C'h C. Pieces roughly shaped by forging HI 3.2 Iron or steel coils for re rolling: A. Less than 1 50 m in width, intended for re rolling (b) (ECSC) Β. Other (ECSC) ï,8 4.4 ECSC ECSC Ceiling under surveillance ol' ECU covering all 73,OS Quota ol' ECU covering all 73.08: Brazil. South Korea. Venezuela Universal plates of iron or steel (ECSC) Bars and rods (including wire rod), of iron or steel, hot rolled, forged, extruded, cold formed or cold finished (including precision made); hollow mining drill steel: A. Not fu. rher worked than hot rolled or extruded: I. Wire rod (ECSC) II. Bars and rods (ECSC) III. Hollow mining drill steel (ECSC) 4,9 4,4 3,8 ECSC ECSC ECSC Ceiling under surveillance ol' ECl I cos ering A and D fa) Quota ol" ECU covering A and D I a) : Argentina. Brazil. Venezuela Β. Not further worked than forged : 10 EEC A;R;CII Ceiling under surveillance of I ECU cosering all B.C', D lb) and II C. Not further worked than cold formed or cold finished HI EEC A;R;CII Quota of I ECU covering B. C, D I b) and II: Romania (a) Auionomoui total suipcmnm (or an mdef (ht Entry under thu subheading is iub ett to < 216

219 Rate of IXity THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous OJ L352 (EEC) No 3599/85 or Decision No 553, ECSC r>jie of control (cont'd) I). Clad or surface-worked (for example, polished, coated); I. Not further worked than clad: a) Hot-rolled or extruded (ECSC) b] Cold-formed or cold-finished II. Other 3,8 4,9 4,9 IK- EEC A CI' A I CI' B Angles, shapes and sections, of iron or steel, hot-rolled, forged, extruded, cold-formed or cold-finished; sheet piling of iron or steel, whether or not drilled, punched or made from nssemblcd elements: A. Angles, shapes and sections: I. Not further worked than hot-rolled or extruded (ECSC) ECSC A;C'h Ceiling under surveillance of ECU covering Al, IVa) 1 and B II. Not further worked than forged III. Not further worked than cold-formed or cold-finished EEC EEC A:RCh Ceiling under surveillance of ECU covering All. III. IV a) 2 and b) Quota of ECU covering A 11,111, IV a) 2 and b) : Romania IV. Clad or surface-worked (for example, polished, coated): a) Not further worked than clad: 1. Hot-rulled or extruded (ECSCJ 2. Cold-formed or cold-finished bj Other H. Sheet piling (EC5Q ,9 4,9 4,4 ECSC EEC EEC ECSC A;Ch \;R;C'h \:R;Ch A;Ch CI A 1 Cf All Cf AI Hoop and strip, of iron or steel, hot-rolled or cold-rolled: A. Not further worked than hot-rolled (ECSC) ECSC B. Not further worked than cold-rolled: I. In coils for the manufacture of ímplate (ECSCJ II. Other 5,3 5,3 ECSC EEC A;Ch Ceiling under surveillance of 504 i II. 1Mb), IV, Va) 2. b) and D ) ECU covering B II. CI C. (lad, coated or otherwise surface-treated: I. Silvered, gilded or platinum-plated II. Enamelled ,' 5,3 EEC EEC A;R:C'h III. Tinned: a) Tinplate (ECSC) h) Other IV. Zinc-coated or lead-coated III 10 4,S 5,3 5,3 ECSC EEC EEC A;Ch A:R:Ch Cf BU V. Other (for example. copper-platej, artificially oxidised, lacquered, nickel-plated, varnished, clad, parkensed. printed): a) Not funher worked than clad: 1. Hot-rolled (ECSC) 2. Cold-rolled b) Other ,3 S.3 ECSC EEC EEC A;Ch A;R;Cti CI Bil D. Otherwise shaped or worked (for example, perforated, chamfered, lapjointed) 217

220 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous Conventional OJ L352 (EEC) No 3599/85 Decision No 553 ECSC r>pe ι if control Sheets and plates, of iron or steel, hot rolled or cold rolled: A. "Electrical" sheets and plates: I. With a watt loss, regardless of thickness, of 0 75 watt or less (ECSC) il. Other (ECSC) Β. Other sheets and plates: ECSC ECSC Ceiling under surveillance of ECU covering A B 1. II b) and c). III, IV b), c), d). V a) 2 Quota of ECU covering A. Bl. lib), c). III. IV b), c), d). Va) 2: Argentina. Brazil, South KorcaKorea I. Not further worked than hot rolled, of a thickness of: a) 2 mm or more (ECSC) b) Less than 2 mm (ECSC) 4.9 4,4 ECSC ECSC II. Not further worked than cold rolled, of a thickness of: a) 3 mm or more (ECSC) ECSC A;Ch b) More than 1 mm but less than 3 mm (ECSC) c) 1 mm or less (ECSC) 4.4 5,3 ECSC ECSC 111. Not funher worked than burnished, polished or glazed (ECSC) ECSC IV. Clad, coated or otherwise surface treated: a) Silvered, gilded, platinum plated or enamelled b) Tinned: 1. Tinplate (ECSC) 2. Other (ECSC) c) Zinc coated or lead coated (ÊCSCJ d) Other (for example, copper plated, artificially oxidised, lacquered, nickel plated, varnished, clad, parkerised, printed) (Ecsc) ; V. Otherwise shaped or worked: 4,9 4,9 5,3 ECSC ECSC ECSC Cl' A 1 a) Cut into shapes other than rectangular shapes, but not further worked: 1. Silvered, gilded, platinum plated or enamelled 2. Other (ECSC) b) Other, excluding sheets and plates shaped by rolling 10 4,4 4,9 EEC ECSC IIC. V.R'.Ch Λ Cf A I Iron or steel wire, whether or not coated, but not insulated Alloy steel and high carbon steel in the forms mentioned in headings Nos to 73.: A. High carbon steel: I. Ingots, blooms, billets, slabs and sheet bars: a) Forged ' b) Other: 1. Ingots (ECSC) ". 2. Blooms, billets, slabs and sheet bars (ECSC) 10 2,5 3.1 EEC EEC A;R:Cli Ceiling under surveillance of I ECU Quota ol' ECU: Romania Ceiling under surveillance ol' ECl I covering A I a). II. V a), c). d) I bb), 2, VI b). c) I bb). 2, d). Vil d) 2. VIII. B I a), il. V a), c), d) 1 bb). 2. VI b), c) I bb), 2, d. VII b). 4 bb) and VIII Quota of ECU covering A I a). 11. Va). Od) 1 hb). 2, VI b), c) I bb), 2. d). VII), d) 2. VIII. B I a). II. V a), c), d) 1 bb). 2, VI b), c) I bb), 2. d. VII b), 4 bb) and VIII : Brazil. South Korea. Romania ACh Ceiling under surveillance of ECU covering A I b) 2. Ill.IV.VbJ.d) I aa).via),c) 1 aa). VII a),b) 2,c),d) I.B I b) 2. III. IV. V b), d) 1 aa), VI a), c) I aa). VII a), b) 1, 2. bb). 3 and 4. aa) Quota of ECU covering A I b) IV. V b), d) 1 aa),via).c) 1 aal.vli a).b) 2.c).d) I.B I b) 2.III.IV.V b),d) I aa). Via), c) I aa). Vila). b)l,2bb), 3 and 4 aa> Brazil. South Korea

221 THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Conventional OJ L352 (EEC) No 3599/85 Decision No 553/ECSC Type of control (cont'd) A. II. Pieces roughly shaped hy forging III. Coils fur re rolling (ECSÇJ IV. Universal piares (ECSC) EEC ECSC ECSC A;R:Ch A;Ch A;Ch CI A I a) Cf Al b) 2 V. Bars and rods (including svire rod) and hollow mining drill steel; angles, shapes and sections: a) Not further worked than forged Cf Ala) b) Not further worked than hot rolled or extruded: 1. Wire rod (ECSC) 2. Other (ECSC) c) Not funher worked than cold formed or cold finished 4, 1 5,3 ECSC ECSC I IX A;Ol A;Ch Cf A I b) 2 CI' A Ia) dl Clad or surface worked (for example, polished, coated): 1. Not funher worked than clad: aa) Hot rolled or extruded (ECSC) bb) Cold formed or cold finished 2. Other , ,3 ECSC EEC EEC A;Ch Cf A I b) 2 Cf A la) VI. Hoop and strip: a) Not funher worked than hot rolled (ECSQ b) Not funher worked than cold rolled 4,9 5,3 ECSC EEC A;C'h A;R:C'h Cf A lb) 2 CI' A la) c) Clad, coaled or otherwise surface treated: 1. Not funher worked than clad: aa) Hot rolled (ECSQ bb) Cold rolled 2. Other 10 III 4,9 5,3 5,3 ECSC EEC EEC A;Ch,\;R;Ch Cf AI b) 2 Cf Ala) d) Otherwise shaped or worked (for example, perforated, chamfered, lap jointed) EEC VII. Sheets and plates: a) Not further worked than hot rolled (ECSC) b) Not funher worked than cold rolled, of a thickness of: 1. 3 mm or more (ECSC) 2. Less than 3 mm (ECSC) c) Polished, clad, coated or otherwise surface treated (ECSC) d) Otherwise shaped or worked: 1. Cur into shapes other than rectangular shapes, but not funher worked (ECSC) 2. Other, excluding sheets and plates shaped by rolling VIM. Wire, whether or not coated, hut not insulated B. Alloy steel: III , ECSC ECSC ECSC ECSC EEC EEC A;Ch A;Ch A;Ch A;C'h A.Ch Cf Alb)2 Cf Alb) 2 Cf A la) 1. Ingots, blooms, billets, slabs and sheet bars: ai Forged b) Other: 1. Ingots: aa) Waste or scrap in ingot form (ECSC) bb) Other (ECSC) 2. Blooms, billers, slabs and sheet bars (ECSC) Frei 2 Ç 3,2 Cf AI b) 2 219

222 Rale of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous Conventional OJ L352 (EEC) No 3599/85 Decision No 553, ECSC Type of control (cont'd) II. Pieces roughly shaped by forging III. Coils for re-rolling (ECSC; IV. Universal plates (ECSQ : EEC ECSC ECSC A;R;C'h A.Ch A;Ch Cf A I a) Cf A lb) 2 V. Bars and rods (including wire rod) and hollow mining drill steel; angles, shapes and sections: a) Not funher worked than forged Cf Ala) b) Not funher worked than hot-rolled or extruded: 1. Wire rod (ECSC) - 2. Othet (ECSQ ECSC ECSC A;Ch A.Ch Cf A I b) 2 c) Not funher worked than cold-formed or cold-finished EEC Cf Ala) d) Clad or surface-worked (for example, polished, coated): 1. Not funher worked rhan clad: aa) Hot-rolled or extruded (ECSC) bb) Cold-formed or cold-finished 2. Other II) 111 ECSC EEC EEC A;Ch A;R;C'h Cf A I b) I Cf A la) VI. FIoop and strip: a) Not further worked than hot-rolled (ECSC) ECSC A;Ch Cf Alb) : b) Not funher worked than cold-rolled EEC Cf A la) c) Clad, soared or otherwise surface-treated: 1. Not funher worked than clad: aa) Hot-rolled (ECSC) bb) Cold-rolled 2. Other d) Otherwise shaped or worked (for example, perforated, chamfered, lap-jointed) ECSC EEC EEC EEC A;Ch A;R;C'h Cf Alb) 2 Cf A la) VII. Sheets and plates: a) "Electrical" sheets and plates: 1. With a watt-loss, regardless of thickness, of 0 75 watt or less (ECSQ 2. Other (EC'SQ b) Other sheets and plates: 1. Not funher worked than hot-rolled (ECSC) 2. Not funher worked rhan cold-rolled, of a thickness of: aa) 3 mm or more (ECSC) bb) Less than 3mm (ECSC) 3. Polished, clad, coated or otherwise surface-treated (ECSC) 4. Otherwise shaped or worked: aa) Cut into shapes other than rectangular shapes, bur not funher worked (ECSQ." ECSC ECSC ECSC ECSC ECSC ECSC ECSC A;C'h A;Ch A;Ch A;Ch A.Ch Cf Alb) 2 Cf A I b) 2 bb) Other, excluding sheets and plates shaped by rolling EEC Cf Ala) VIII. Wire, whether or not coated, but not insulated 220

223 Rale of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous Conventional OJ L352 of (EEC) No 3599/85 Decision No 553ECSC Type of control Railway and tramway track construction material of iron or steel, the following: rails, check-rails, switch blades, crossings (or frogs), crossing pieces, point rods, rack rails, sleepers, fish-plates, chairs, chair wedges, sole plates (base piatesi, rail clips, bedplates, ties and other material specialised for joining or fixing rails: A. Rails: I. Current-conducting, with pans of non-ferrous metal II. Olher: a) New fecsc) ECSC A.Ch b) Used (ECSC.) ECSC A.Ch B. Check-rails (ECSC) 3,8 ECSC A;C'h C. Sleepers (ECSC) 3,8 ECSC A;Ch I), fish-plates and sole plates: I. Rolled (ECSC) II. Other F. Other 3, ECSC EEC EEC A;Ch lubes and pipes, of cast iron S,8 A;Ch Tubes and pipes and blanks therefor, of iron (other than of cast iron) or steel, excluding high-pressure hydro-electric conduits: A. Tubes and pipes, with attached fittings, suitable for conducting gases or liquids, for use in civil aircraft (a) li. Other: I. Straight and of uniform wall-thickness, unworked, seamless, of circular cross-section, solely for the manufacture of tubes and pipes with other cross-sections and wall-thicknesses (b) II. Straight and of uniform wall-thickness, other than those falling in Β I above, of a maximum length of 4.50 m, of alloy steel containing by weight not less than 0,90% but not more than 1.15% of carbon, not less than 0.50% but not more than 2% of chromium and not more than 0,50% of molybdenum 9 10 EEC EEC A.Ch A;Ch A;Ch Ceiling under surveillance of ECU covering all Β III. Other High-pressure hydro-electric conduits of steel, whether or not reinforced Tube and pipe fittings {for example, joints, elbows, unions and flanges), of iron or sreel Structures and parts of structures (for example, hangars and other buildings, bridges and bridge-sections, lock-gates, towers, Istrice masts, roofs, roofing frameworks, door and window frames, shutters, balustrades, pillars and columns), of iron or steel; plates, strip, rods, angles, shapes, sections, tubes and the like, prepared for use in structures, of iron or steel (a) hniry under ihn subheading li iubject lo conditions lo tic determined by ihe compeler.! aulhontics. 221

224 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous Conventional Inclusion (EEC) No 3599/85 Beneficiaries Type of control Reservoirs, tanks, vats and similar containers, for any material (other than compressed or liquefied gasi, of iron or steel, of.1 capacity exceeding 300 litres, whcthcf or not lined or heat insulated, but not fitted ssith mechanical 1 s 3,8 χ Casks, drums, cans, boxes and similar containers, of sheet or plate iron or steel, of a description commonly used for the conveyance or packing of goods, of a capacity: b Of less than s() litres Is 17 4,4 1,9 X χ [7 4, Stranded wire, cables, cordage, ropes, plaited bands, slings and the like, of iron or steel wire, but excluding insulated electric cables: Λ. With lutings attached, or made up into anides, tor use in civil aircraft.1... lì Other Barbed iron or steel wire; twisted hoop or single flat wire, barbed or not, and loose!) twisted double wire, of kinds used for fencing, of iron or steel Gauze, cloth, grill, netting, fencing, reinforcing fabric and similar materials, of iron or steel wire; expanded metal, of iron or steel: A. Gauze, cloth, grill, netting, fencing, reinforcing fabric and similar materials.. Γ p Is Is" Is' 5,6 9 6,2 5,1 ' χ χ * * X A' R;Ch A.R.Ch A.R;Ch Ceiling under surveillance of ECU Quota of ECU: South Korea ] ,6 χ «5,8 * A;RXh Nails, tacks, staples, hook nails, corrugated nails, spiked cramps, studs, spikes and drawing pins, of iron or steel, whether or not.svith heads of other materials, but not including such articles with heads of copper: 1 i 16 3,8 4,6 X χ A:R.C'h Ceiling under surveillance of ECU covering a ,,, A:R:C h Quota of ECU covering all : Romania Bolts and nuts (including bolt ends and screw studs), whether or not threaded or tapped, screws (including screw hooks and screw rings), rivets, cotters, cotter pins and similar articles, of iron or steel; washers (including spring washers) of iron or steel; A. Not threaded or tappeti: 1. Screws, nuis, rivas and washers, turned from bars, rods, angles, shapes, sections or wire, of solid section, of a shank thickness or U. κ. 4,9 6,2 1 " 222

225 THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Com entuma) (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control Threaded or tapped: I. Screws MK\ nuts, turned from bars, rods, angles shapes, sections or wire, of solid section, of a shank thickness or hole diameter not exceeding f> mm 5,3 II. Other: 6.5 Screws lor wood Oilier A;R;C'h Ceiling under surveillance of ECU Quota ol' ECU: China, Hong Kong Needles for hand sewing ι including embroidery), hand carpet needles and hand knitting needles, bodkins, crochet hooks, and the like, and embroidery stilettos, of iron or steel: A. Scuing needle, darning needles and embroider) needles It. ( hher A;R;C'h Pins (excluding hatpins and other ornamental pins and drawing pins), hairpins, curling grips and the like, of iron or steel Springs and leaves for springs, of iron or steel A;R;C'h Stoves (including stoves with subsidiary boilers for central heating), ranges, cookers, grates, fires and other space heaters, gas rings, plate warmers with burners, wash boilers with grates or other heating elements, and similar equipment, of a kind used for domestic purposes, not electrically operated, and parts thereof, of iron or steel Boilers (excluding boilers of heading No 84.01) and radiators, for central heating, not electrically heated, and parts thereof, of iron or steel; air heaters and hoc air distributors (including chose which can also distribute cool or conditioned air), not electrically heated, incorporating a motordriven fan or blower, and parts thereof, of iron or steel Articles of a kind commonly used for domestic purposes, sanitary ware for indoor use, and parts of such articles and ware, of iron or steel; iron or steel wool;potscourersand scouring or polishing pads.glovesand thelike.ofironorsteel: A. Sanitary ware (excluding parts thereof) for use in civil aircraft (a) B. Other: I. Sinks and wash basins and parts thereof, of stainless steel s.l II. Other 5,6 A:R;Ch [73.39] Other articles of iron or steel: A. Of cast iron B. Other IS A;Ch Ceiling under surveillance of ECU covering all A:R:Ch(') (') For es II (products olher ihan pans of bos palieis with mesh producís). Λ and Ch 223

226 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous % Conventional Inclusion (EEC) No 3599/85 Beneficiaries Type of control CHAPTER 74 COPPER AND ARTICLES THEREOF Copper matte; unwrought copper (refined or not); copper; copper waste and scrap Master alloys free Wrought bars, rods, angles, shapes and sections, of copper; copper wire; B. Other 9 1" 5 6 X X A:Ch A;Ch Wrought plates, sheets and strip, of copper: B. Other III l'i 6,5 6 X X Copper foil (whether or not embossed, cut to shape, perforated, coated, printed, or backed with paper or other reinforcing material), of a thickness (excluding any backing) not exceeding 0 15 mm: A. Of copper alloys containing more than 10" '«by weight of nickel B. Other in 12 6, 5 6,5 χ X A;R:Ch Copper powders and flakes: A. Of copper alloys containing more than It)"., by weight ol nickel 2 0,5 x A;R;C'h B. Other: II. Other t 6,2 1,4 X X A.R;Ch Tubes and pipes and blanks therefor, of copper hollow bars of copper 1 ι 6 y A RC'h Ceiling under surveillance of ECU Quota of ECU : Brazil Tube and pipe fittings (for example, oints, elbows, sockets and flanges) of copper: A. Of copper alloys containing more than Ht" ) bv weight of nickel H. Other 1 t is 5 6,5 χ χ A;R,C'h A.R;Ch [74.09] Stranded wire, cables, cordage, ropes, plaited bands and the like, of copper ware, but excluding insulated electric wires and cables: H. Other 16 n 6,5 6,5 χ x A;R;C'h A;R:Ch 224

227 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous Conventional (EEC) No 3599/85 Beneficiaries Type of control Cjauzc, cloth, grill, netting, fencing, reinforcing fabric and similar including endless bands), of copper wire: expanded metal, of copper materials [74.13] [74.] Nails, tacks, staples, hook nails, spiked cramps, studs, spikes and drawing pins, of copper, or of iron or steel with heads of copper; bolts and nuts (including bolt ends and screw studs), whether or not threaded or tapped, and screws (including screw hooks and screw rings), of copper: rivets, cotters, cotter pins, washers and spring washers, of copper: Λ. Nails, tacks, staples, hook nails, spiked cramps, studs, spikes and drawing pins B. Screws, nuts, rivets and washers, turned from hats, rods, angles, shapes, sections or wire, of solid secrion, of a shank thickness or hole diameter not exceeding 6 mm C. Other: 1. til copper alloys containing more than 10% by weight of nickel II. Other ,9 Springs, of copper: A. Of copper alloys containing more than I0'\, by weight of nickel 6,5 B. Other 6,5 A:R;Ch Cooking and heating appâtants of a kind used for domestic purposes, not electrically operated, and parts thereof, of copper: A. Liquid fuel pressure stoves and parts thereof 6,5 B. Other 6,5 Other articles of a kind commonly used for domestic purposes, sanitary ware for indoor use, and parts of such articles and ware, of copper Other articles of copper 225

228 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous Conventional (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control CHAPTER 7.Í NICKEL AND ARTICLES THEREOF Nickel mattes, nickel spciss and other intermediate producrs of nickel metallurgy; unwrought nickel (excluding electro-plating anodes); nickel waste and scrap Wrought bars, rods, angles, shapes and sections, of nickel; nickel wire Wrought plates, sheets and strip, of nickel; nickel foil; nickel powders and flakes: A. Plates, sheets, strip and foil B. Powders and flakes 4,9 0,5 Tubes and pipes and blanks therefor, of nickel; hollow bars, and tube and pipe fittings (for example, joints, elbows, sockets and flanges), of nickel: A. Tubes and pipes and blanks therefor; hollow bars B. Tube and pipe fittings 12 M 5,3 3,8 Electro-plating anodes, of nickel, wrought or unwtought, including those produced by electrolysis: A. Not prepared beyond casting B. Other 3,2 3,8 A;R;C'h Other articles of nickel: A. Nails, tacks, staples, hook-nails, spiked cramps, studs, spikes and the like; bolts, nuts, screws and similar arricies; washers and spring washers: I. Screws, nuts, rivets and washers, turned from hars, rods, angles, shapes, sections or wire, of solid section, of a shank thickness or hole diameter not exceeding 6 mm II. Other B. Other i,5 3,S A;R;C'h 226

229 THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Conventional (EEC) No 3599/85 Beneficiaries Type of control CHAPTER 76 ALUMINIUM AND ARTICLES ['HEREOF Unwrought aluminium; aluminium waste and scrap: A. Unwrought 1(1 B. Waste and scrap: I. Waste: a) Turnings, shavings, chips, milling waste, sawdust and filings; waste of coloured, coated or bonded sheets and foil, of a thickness (excluding any backing) of 0,20 mm or less b) Other (including factory rejects) 5 II. Scrap Tree 3, Wrought bars, rods, angles, shapes and sections, of aluminium; aluminium wire Wrought plates, sheets and strip, of aluminium Aluminium foil (whether or not embossed, cut to shape, perforated, coated, printed, or backed with paper or other reinforcing material), of a thickness (excluding any backing) not exceeding 0,20 mm Aluminium powders and flakes: A. Lamellar powders and flakes 21 B. Other 10 6,3 5,3 A;R.Ch Tubes and pipes and blanks therefor, of aluminium; hollow bars of aluminium: A. Tubes and pipes, with attached fittings, suitable for conducting gases or liquids, for use in civil aircraft (a) 19 B. Other Tube and pipe fittings (for example, joints, elbows, sockets and flanges), of aluminium Structures and parts of structures (for example, hangars and other buildings, bridges and bridge-sections, towers, lattice masts, roofs, roofing frameworks, door and window frames, balustrades, pillars and columns), of aluminium; plates, rods, angles, shapes, sections, tubes and the like, prepared for use ín structures, of aluminium Reservoirs, tanks, vats and similar containers, for any material (other than compressed or liquefied gas), of aluminium, of a capacity exceeding 300 litres, whether or not lined or heat-insulated, but not fitted with mechanical or thermal equipment 19 (a) Entry under ihii lubhcading is subjec! lo conduions lo he delermincd h> Ihc competent authorities. Sec alw Scciion II. paragraph lì, of ihc Prciin 227

230 Rate o f Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous % Conventional Inclusion (EEC) No 3599/85 Beneficiaries Type of control Casks, drums, cans, boxes and similar containers (including rigid and collapsible tubular contatnees), of aluminium, of a description commonly used for the conveyance or packing of goods: 19 7 B. Other A,R;C'h [76.13] Stranded wire, cables, cordage, ropes, plaited bands and the like, of 19 7 A;R;C'h [76.] Articles of a kind commonly used for domestic purposes, sanitary ware for 21) Other articles of aluminium: A. Cops, pirns, bobbins and similar supports for rhe spinning and weaving 12 X B. Spools, reels and similar supports for photographic and cinematographic film or for tapes, films and the like falling within heading No C. Nails, tacks, staples, hook-nails, spiked cramps, spikes and the like; bolts, nuts, screws and similar articles; washers and spring washers: 1. Screws, nuts, rivets and washers, rumcd from bars, rods, angles, shapes, sections or wire, of solid section, of a shank thickness or II. Othet D. Other X X A;R;C'h A,R;Ch 228

231 THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous Conventional (EEC) No Type of control CHAPTER 77 MAGNESIUM AND BERYLLIUM AND ARTICLES THEREOF Unwrought magnesium; magnesium waste (excluding shavings of uniform size) and scrap: A. Unwrought B. Waste and scrap: I. Waste II. Scrap Wrought bars, rods, angles, shapes and sections, of magnesium; magnesium wire; wrought plates, sheets and strip, of magnesium; magnesium foil; raspings and shavings of uniform size, powders and flakes, of magnesium; tubes and pipes and blanks therefor, of magnesium; hollow bars of magnesium; other articles of magnesium [77.03] Beryllium, unwrought or wrought, and articles of beryllium: A. Unwrought; waste and scrap B. Wrought beryllium and articles of beryllium A.R.Ch 229

232 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Conventional (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of conltol CHAPTER 78 LEAD AND ARTICLES THEREOF Unwrought lead (including argentiferous lead); lead waste and scrap: A. Unwrought: I. For refining, containing 002% or more bv weight of silver (bullion lead) (a) '. 4-5 (b) II. Other 4-5 subject to a min. of 1 I ECU per 100 kg net weight B. Waste and scrap Frei Wrought bars, rods, angles, shapes and sections, of lead; lead wire Wrought plates, sheets and strip, of lead Lead foil (whether or not embossed, cut to shape, perforated, coated, printed, or backed with paper or other reinforcing material), of a weight (excluding any backing) not exceeding 17 kg/m 1 ; lead powders and flakes: A. Lead foil; 1. Backed 15 II. Other 10 B. Lead powders and flakes 5 S S 2,2 A;R;C'h Tubes and pipes and blanks therefor, of lead; hollow bars, and tube and pipe fittings (for example, joints, elbows, sockets, flanges and S-bcnds), of lead 13 Other articles of lead: A. Containers with an anti-radiation lead covering, for the transport or storage of radio-active materials (EURATOM) 12 Β. Other 17 {») tntrv under th>- mbhcidint; li cubica io tonditirau ι., bc determined bv the «.in pei e m juthoritiei (hi lhe rare of dim ι. retwd to.!",,. 230

233 Rate o 1 Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous Conventional Inclusion (EEC) No 3599/85 Beneficiaries Type of control CHAPTER 79 ZINC AND ARTICLES THEREOF Unwrought zinc; zinc waste and scrap: 4-5 subject to a min. 3-5 of 11 ECU per 100 kg net weight F rei Wrought plates, sheets and strip, of zinc; zinc foil; zinc powders and flakes: 10 8 * A'.R'.Ch It) and dikes 7 4, Tubes and pipes and hlanks therefor, of zinc; hollow bars, and tube and l-l 8 A,R;C'h [79.05] Other articles of zinc: A. Gutters, roof capping, skylight frames and other fabricated building 1-t

234 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous Conventional (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control CHAPTER 80 TIN AND ARTICLES THEREOF Unwrought tin; tin waste and scrap Wrought bars, rods, angles, shapes and sections, of tin; tin wire A;RX'h Wrought plates, sheets and strip, of tin 2,S Tin foil (whether or not embossed, cut to shape, perforated, coated, printed, or backed with paper or other reinforcing material), of a weight (excluding any backing) not exceeding 1 kg/m 1 ; tin powders and flakes: A. Foil: I. Backed II. Other B. Powders and flakes A;R;C'h Tubes and pipes and blanks therefor, of tin; hollow bars, and tube and pipe fittings (for example, joints, elbows, sockets and flanges), of tin: A. Tubes and pipes and blanks therefor; hollow bars B. Tube and pipe fittings Other articles of tin 232

235 Rate of Duly THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control CHAPTER 81 OTHER BASE METALS EMPLOYED IN METALLURGY AND ARTICLES THEREOF Tungsten (wolfram), unwrought or wrought, and articles thereof: A. Unwrought (including bars not further prepared than sintered and powders); waste and scrap '. B. Bars [other than bars not further prepared than sintered), rods, angles, shapes, sections. wire. filaments, plates, sheets. strip and foil C. Other Molybdenum, unwrought or wrought, and articles thereof: A. Unwrought (including bars not funher prepared than sintered and powders); waste and scrap: I. Powders II. Other B. Bars (other than bars not further prepared than sintered), rods, angles, shapes, sections, wire, filaments, plates, sheets, strip and foil C. Other 10 Tantalum, unwrought or wrought, and articles thereof: A. Unwrought (including bars not further prepared than sintered and powders); waste and scrap B. Bars (other than bars not further prepared than sintered), rods, angles, shapes. sections, wire, filaments, plates, sheets, strip and foil 4,4 C. Other 5,8 Other base metals, unwrought, and articles thereof; cermets, unwrought or wrought, and articles thereof: A. Bismuth: I. Unwrought; waste and scrap II. Other HIT 9 1 ree 3,5 A,R;Ch B. Cadmium: I. Unwrought; waste and scrap II. Other e. Cobalt: I. Unwrought; waste and scrap 11. Other D. Chromium: I ree 7 3,8 1. Unwrought; waste and scrap: a) Chromium alloys containing more than 10% by weight of nickel... h) Other II. Other

236 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous Conventional (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control E. Germanium: (cont'd) 1. Unwrought; waste and scrap 6 II. Other 10 F. Hafnium (celtium): I. Unwrought; waste and scrap 4 II. Other 9 G. Manganese: I. Unwrought; waste and scrap 7 II. Other." ,5 7,5 4,5 6,5 H. Niobium (columbium): I. Unwrought; waste and scrap 6 II. Other 10 [J. Antimony: I. Unwrought; waste and scrap 8 II. Other 10 K. Titanium: I. Unwrought; waste and scrap 6 II. Other: a) Tubes and pipes, with attached fittings, suitable for conducting gases or liquids, for use in civil aircraft (a) 10 b) Other 10 L. Vanadium: I. Unwrought; waste and scrap 4 II. Other 9 M. Uranium depleted in U 235 y N. Thorium: I. Unwrought; waste and scrap (EURATOM) II. Other: a) Bars, rods, angles, shapes and sections, wire, plates, sheets, strip and foil (EURATOM) b} Other (EURATOM) 2 O. Zirconium: I. Unwrought; waste and scrap 6 II. Other 10 P. Rhenium: I. Unwrought; waste and scrap 6 II. Other 10 Q. Gallium; indium; thallium: I. Unwrought; waste and scrap 4 II. Other 10 R. Cermets: I. Unwrought; waste and scrap 4 II. Other 12 (a) Entry under this subheading is subject lo condilions lo be determined by ihe compeienl authorities. Sec also Section II. paragraph It. of Ihc Prelim 7 1,4 7,5 7,5 A:R;Ch A.R.Ch 234

237 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Convenho nal (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control CHAPTER S2 TOOLS, IMPLEMENTS, CUTLERY, SPOONS, AND FORKS, OF BASE METAL; PARTS THEREOF Hand tools, the following: spades, shovels, picks, hoes, forks and rakes; axes, bill hooks and similar hewing tools; scythes, sickles, hay knives, grass shears, timber wedges and other tools of a kind used in agriculture, horticulture or forestry Saws (non mechanical) and blades for hand or machine saws (including toothless saw blades): A. Saws (non mechanical): I. Back saws, rip saws II. Other B. Saw blades: I. Bandsaw blades II. Chain saw blades III. Other Is 15 A;R:Ch Hand tools, the following: pliers (including cutting pliers), pincers, tweezers, tinmen's snips, bolt croppers and the like; perforating punches; pipe cutters; spanners and wrenches (but not including tap wrenches); files and rasps: A. Files and rasps l,s B. Other: Pliers (including cutting pliers), pincers, tweezers and the like Other Hand tools, including glaziers' diamonds, not tailing within any other heading of this Chapter; blow lamps, anvils; vices and clamps, other than accessories for, and parts of, machine tools; portable forges; grinding wheels with frameworks (hand or pedal operated) 4,9 A:R;Ch Ceiling under surveillance of ECU Quota of I ECU: China Ceiling under surveillance of ECU Quota of ECU: China Interchangeable tools for hand tools, for machine tools or for poweroperated hand tools (for example, for pressing, stamping, drilling, tapping, threading, boring, broaching, milling, cutting, turning, dressing, morticing or screw driving), including dies for wire drawing, extrusion dies for metal, and rock drilling bits with a working part of: Λ. Base metal 12 4,6 B. Metal carbides lì 4,6 A:R;Ch C. Diamond or agglomerated diamond D. Other materials ,4 A:R;Ch Knives and cutting blades, for machines or for mechanical appliances Tool tips and plates, sticks and the like for tool tips, unmounted, of sintered metal carbides (for example, carbides of tungsten, molybdenum or vanadium) 235

238 THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous Conventional (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control Coffee-mills, mincers, juicc-cxtractors and other mechanical appliances, of a weight not exceeding 10 kg and of a kind used for domestic purposes in the preparation, serving or conditioning of food or drink 17 Knives with cutting blades, serrated or not (including pruning knives), other than knives falling within heading No 82.06, and blades therefor: A. Knives 17 B. Knife blades : 17 A;R:Ch A.RX'h Ceiling under surveillance ol' ECU Quota of ECU: Hong Kong Quota of ECU: South Korea [82.10] Razors and razor blades (including razor blade blanks, whether or not in strips): A. Razors: I. Open blade II. Other Î.8 4,9 A'.R'.Ch B. Blades and cutters: I. Safety razor blades II. Other C. Other parts ,9 4,6 A,R;Ch A;R:Ch Scissors (including tailors' shears), and blades therefor 17 Other articles of cutlery {for example, secateurs, hair clippers, butchers' cleavers, paper knives); manicure and chiropody sets and appliances (including nail files) 16 5,6 Spoons, forks, fish-eaters, butter-knives, ladles, and similar kitchen or tableware: A. Of stainless steel 19 B. Other 17 S A;R:Ch Ceiling under surveillance of ECU Quota of ECU: South Korea Handles of base metal for articles falling within heading No 82.09, or it. tin r( 1 236

239 THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous Conventional (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control CHAPTER Si MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES OF BASE METAL Locks and padlocks key. combination or electrical!) operateti. and parts thereof, of base metal; frames incorporating locks, for handbags, trunks or [he like, and parts of such frames, of base metal; keys for an> of the foregoing articles, of base metal Ceiling under surveillance of I ECU Quota of ECU: Hong Kong Base metal fittings and mountings of a kind suitable for furniture, doors, staircases, windows, blinds, coachwork, saddlery, trunks, caskets and the like Í including automatic door closers); base metal hat racks, hat pegs, brackets and the like: Λ. Base metal fittings.nul ι móvil aircraft a.... du Armoured or reinforced safes linings and strong room doors, base metal strong hoses, strong rooms, imi cash and deed b. strong ι A;R;C'h Filing cabinets, racks, sorting boxes, paper trass, paper rests and similar office equipment, of base metal, other than office furniture falling within heading No ' Fittings for loose leaf binders, for files or for stationery books, of base metal; letter cups, paper clips, staples, indexing tags, and similar stationer* goods, of base metal Statuettes and other ornaments of photograph, picture and similar frame kind used indoors, of base metal; mirro ι. f hase metal; of base metal: A. Statu, Κ. Orne A;RX'h Lamps and lighting fittings, of base metal, and parts thereof, of base metal excluding switches, electric lamp holders, electric lamps for vehicles, electric batters or magneto lamps, and other articles falling within Chapter 85 except heading No : A. 1< B. t) il. IS s 4,9 Flexible tubing and piping, of base metal: A. With lutings attached, tor use in civil aircraft IÎ. Other ,9 [83.10] Clasps, frames with clasps for handbags and the like, buckles, buckleclasps, hooks, eyes, eyelets, and the like, of base metal, of a kind commonly used for clothing, travel goods, handbags or other textile or leather goods; tubular rivets and bifurcated rivets, of base metal: beads and spangles, of base metal 237

240 Rate 01 Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous Conventional Inclusion (EEC) No 3599/85 Beneficiaries Type of conttol Bells and gongs, non electric, of base metal, and parts thereof of base metal IS p.m. χ ) Stoppers, crown corks, bottle caps, capsules, bung covers, seals and plombs, case corner protectors and other packing accessories, of base metal: A. Capsules of aluminium οι lead: I. Capsules of aluminium ol a maximum diameter ot 21 mm, with or without an internal rubber seal, hut not combined with other II. Other B. Other IS l.s IK ,9 χ χ A R Ch 83. Sign plates, name plates, s, letters and other signs, of base metal 19 5,1 * \;R;Ch Wire, rods, tubes, plates, electrodes and similar products, of base metal or of metal carbides, coated or cored with flux material, of a kind used for soldering, brazing, welding or deposition of metal or of metal carbides; wire and rods, of agglomerated base metal powder, used for metal spraying: A. Welding electrodes cored with iron or steel and coated with refractory ma ,1 * A:R;Ch A:R;Ch 238

241 Rate 0 f Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 numher Autonomous 't, Conventional Inclusion (EEC) No 3599/85 Beneficiaries Type of control SECTION XVI MACHINERY AND MECHANICAL APPLIANCES; ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT; PARTS THEREOF CHAPTER s' l BOILERS, MACHINERY AND MECHANICAL APPLIANCES; PARTS THEREOF Steam and other vapour generating boilers (excluding central heating hot water boilers capable also of producing loss pressure steam); super healed water boilers ^ x Auxiliary plant for use with boilers of heading No (for example, economiscrs, superheaters, soot removers, gas recoverers and the like); condensers for vapour engines and posset units s s χ 84.0) Producer gas and water gas generators, with or without purifiers; acetylene gas generators (water process) and similar gas generators, with or without purifiers 4,1 A;R:Ch [ s SK.IIII nr iiitier s.ijioiir posser units, ishelher or not incorporating boilers i 5 * S4.1IO Internal combustion piston engines: A. Alterati engines.is defined in Vlditu.ii.il Noie 1 to this t hapten 1. For use m civil aircraft a (b p.m. χ II. Other, ol.1 power of:,i inn kw' or less Is: Mure than ion kw' s b η b 4,4 3,2 11. Outboard motors ol,i.vlinder s.ip.iuis ol. 1 i's ec or less [1 More ihan i)î IS IS 10 7 : 1. Olher engines 1. Sp.irk ignition engines nl a scinder capaciti ol: cc or less b 1. lor use in civil aircr.ifl.ι 2. Olher More than 2511 ss 22 5,8.p.m. χ 1. lo, ih, iiulusiii.il assembli,,1.»gruultur.i ss.ilkmg tractors ol subheading 8"."1 A. Moinr vehicles In, lhe transpon ol pirsons. including vehicles designed lor ills Ir.inspnrl ni bolli passengers and goods, unii.ι selling s.ip.isils of less than 1 s. '.ι, 1 nln uri.kr llns./""'""f " """»I 1" J, Is, 1,, c.,,,,,.,, Vc,, ν. π.j.,,..,.,, Cnns s m ihc Ct. 1 nir. uiijcr rhis,ul Mulor vehicles tur the transport nt goods or materials, svilii,m engine nl,i fluider sap.uils nf ess than 1 «III! te. Sjseu.il purpose motor vehicles nl heading No K n i s Ε^Β'Έ^ΞΪΞ^Ι^ΊΕΓ,' IS I' ' ""'"' " " ' 4,9 e '"'""" ' * A;R:Ch 239

242 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous Conventional (EEC) No 3599/85 Beneficiaries Type of control (cont'd) t I. b :. Oihcr: aa lor use in civil aircraft [At hb Other II. compressi.,,, ignition engines',1) Marine propulsion engines (b) 5,3 (d: h Olher I. For the uuliisin.il.issembb ol agricultural walking u.isluis nl subheading ΙΓ.ηΙ A. Motor vehicles lor the transport ol persons, including vehicles designed tur the transport ut bnth passengers and goods, with a seating capacity ot less than Is. M r sehlsles for [he [r.insjsurl nt guuds nr materials. Willi in engine of.1 cylinder capaci!, ut ess than 1 silli cc. Special purpose motor vehicles ol heading No S'.ni (bl 1 Olher 4,9 6,9 A.R.Ch A'.R'.Ch I). Parts I. Of engines for use in civil aircraft a) 12(d) II. Ol other engines: a) For.tirerait b Other 12(d) 3,8 4,9 AlR'.Ch Hydraulic engines and motors including water wheels and water turbines:: A. Hydraulic engines and motors, for use in civil aircraft (a) II. Olher hydraulic engines and motors C. Parts A'.R'.Ch A;R,Ch Other engines and motors: A. Reaction engines I. Turbo jets: a: For use in civil aircraft (a) 12'd) Is Other, developing a thrust of: Ν or less 2. More than 24 s2s Ν 12 ld, 12 (d) , «, Sec Λ,,ηι s lu lhe CCI d, Uu,τ temporarily su,pc,nini,,ι respect ut enjpne parts, engines Jm s subject lo ciiiuplijule A,,h lunnalitiei and timdiliunt tu he del 240

243 THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Conventional (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of conltol A, II. tilhet lo "Pi lets, pulse Jets, rocket,., lor seni suil.tirerait.1 b Other 12 Is 2 Is 4,4 A;R:Ch lì. Cas turbines: I. Illtho propcllcrs:.i lui use ni.oil anelali.ι It Other, developing a posse 1. I inn kw or less More than I 100 kw' II Olher: Is Is 12 b A;R;C'h A:R;Ch.. lur use men,i lucrati.1 l Olhei free 5,5 I Other engines and motors: I. lor usein cis,i aircraft,i.. II. Othei D. Parts: I. For use in civil aircraft (a) II. Other: a) 01' reaction engines or of turbo propellers b) Other 12 (b) 3,8 5,5 AlR.C'h A:R;Ch Mechanically propelled road rullers Pamps including motor pumps and turbo pumps for liquids, sshether or noi filled ssith measuring devices: liquid elesators of bucket, chain, screes, bind and similar kinds: A Delivers pumps tilled, nt designe Intel, uní, ι B. Other pumps: I. For use in civil aircraft (a). II. Other: a) Pumps b) Pans t. I lüiitd elevators ol husket, sham, screw, hand and similar kinds in ln,s,u,pensu 241

244 THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control Air pumps, vacuum pumps and air or gas compressors (including motor and turbo pumps and compressors, and free piston generators for gas turbines); fans, blowers and the like: A. Pumps and compressors: I. For use in civil aircraft (a) II. Other: a) Pumps (hand or foot operated) for inflating pneumatic tyres and the like b) Other pumps and compressors c) Parts ,4 4,4 4,4 A;K;Ch Ceiling under surveillance of ECU covering A II a) and h) Quota oí ECl' covering all Alla) and b): Brazil. Singapore B. piston generators for gas turbines 1(1 ï.2 C. Fans, blowers and the like: I. For use in civil aircraft (a) II. Other I ree 4,6 Air conditioning machines, self contained, comprising a motor driven fan and elements for changing the temperature and humidity of air: A. For use in civil aircraft (a) 12 B. Other 12 Furnace burners for liquid fuel (atomisers), for pulverised solid fuel or for gas; mechanical stokers, mechanical grates, mechanical ash dischargers and similar appliances Industrial and laboratory furnaces and ovens, non electric: A. Specially designed for the separation of irradiated nuclear fuels, (or the rreatment of radio active waste or for the recycling of irradiated nuclear fuels (EURATOM) Β. Other I I 1 1 4,1 4,1 A.R;Ch 242

245 THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Conventional (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control Refrigerators and refrigerating equipment (electrical and other): A. Refrigerators.ind refrigerating equipment (excluding parts thereof), for use in civil aircraft (a) II. Evaporators and condensers, excluding those for domestic refrigerators... C. Other: I. Refrigerators of a capacity of more than 340 litres II. Other Calendering and similar rolling machines (other than metal work ing and metal rolling machines and glass working machines) and cylinders therefor... I 1 I! I A.R;Ch A;R:Ch Machinery, plant and similar laboratory equipment, whether or not electrically heated, for the treatment of materials by a process involving a change of temperature such as heating, cooking, roasting, distilling, rectifying, sterilising, pasteurising, steaming, drying, evaporating, vaporising, condensing or cooling, not being machinery or plant of a kind used for domestic purposes; instantaneous or storage water heaters, non electrical: A. Machinery and equipment for the manufacture of the products mentioned in subheading A (EURATOM) Β. Machinery and equipment specially designed for the separation of irradiated nuclear fuels, for the treatment of radio active waste or for the recycling of irradiated nuclear fuels (EURATOM) C. Heat exchange units: I. For use in civil aircraft (a) II. Other 3,5 D. Percolators and other appliances for making coffee and other hot drinks: I. Electrically heated IL Other A;R:Ch E. Medical and surgical sterilising apparatus: I. Electrically heated II. Other 17 5,6 4,9 A:R:Ch A;R:Ch F". Other: I. Water heaters, non electric II. Other 15 4,4 1,1 A;R;C'h Centrifuges; filtering and purifying machinery and apparatus (other than filler tunnels, milk strainers and the like), for liquids or gases: Λ. lor ihe separation ot uranium isoiopes (EURA'POM) II. Spec,illy designed for ihe sep.ir.uion oí irradiated nuclear fuels. Un the treatment of radio active waste or (or the recycling of irradiated nuclear fuels (EURATOM)! 243

246 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous Conventional (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control (cont'd) C. Other: I. Machinen am! apparatus excluding parts thereol. lor use m owl aircraft.a II. Other: a) Centrifuges: 1. Clothes-dryers, electrically operated, each of a dry linen capacity not exceeding 6 kg :. Other hi Machinery and apparatus other than centrifuges, lor filtering or purifying liquids or gases IS 13 S,3 4.3 Machinery for cleaning or drying bottles or other containers; machinery for filling, closing, sealing, capsuling or labelling bottles, cans, boxes, bags or other containers; other packing or wrapping machinery; machinery for aerating beverages; dish washing machines: A. Dish washing machines, clecincallv operated, with or without provision for drving: I. Domestic dish washing machine II. Cither " 4,9 Weighing machinery (excluding balances of a sensitivity of 5 eg or better) including weight-operated counting and checking machines; weighing machine weights of all kinds Mechanical appliances (whether or not hand operated) for projecting, dispersing or spraying liquids or powders; fire extinguishers (charged or not); spray guns and similar appliances; steam or sand blasting machines and similar jet projecting machines. A. lare extinguishers, charged or not excluding parts thereol. tor use in en il aircraft \.i. free 4.4 Lifting, handling, loading or unloading machinery, telphers and conveyors (for example, lifts, hoists, winches, cranes, transporter cranes, jacks, pulley tackle, belt conveyors and teleferics), not being machinery falling within heading No 84.23: and apparati! ; parts the 244

247 Rate of Duly THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control H4.22 «cont'd) I. Machinery and mechanical appliances specially designed for dealing with high!) radio active substances EURATOM) II. Self propelled.ranes on s, not capable oí running on r s 3,2 5,8 A;R:Ch III. Rolling mill machinery: niters and manipulators IV. Olher tables lur feeding and rem, gots, balls, bars and slabs ,6 4,1 A;R;C'h Fxcavating, levelling, tamping, boring Ami extracting machinery, stationär) ur mobile, for earth, minerals or ores for example, mechanical shovels coal cutters, excavators, scrapers, levellers and bulldozers); pile drivers snow ploughs, noi scjf propcllcd including snow plough attachments : A. Us.nutnig. levelling, lumping, b, earth, minerals 01 ores: "K ul extracting I. Sell propelled, tr.iek las illg or wheeled, nul s.ip.ilsle nl running nil rails: > Ssrapers b Other in.ishulers s'. S 6,5 5,8 A:R;Ch 11. Other:., Bormg and sinking m.u b Other 4,1, A;R:Ch II. hle droers; snow ploughs. elbprnpelk nw plough 5,1 Agricultural and horticultural for example, ploughs, harrow lawn and sports ground rollers. nl preparation or cultivât d and fertiliser disi ri liuto Harvesting and threshing machiner): sira«aìk\ fodder presses: has or grass mowers; winnowing and similar cleaning machines for seed, grain or leguminous vegetables and egg grading and other grading machines for agricultural produce other than those of a kind used in the bread grain milling industry falling within heading No H4.19 S4.26 I airs machinen including milking machines Presses, crushers and other machinery, of a kind used in vsinc making, cider making, fruit juice preparation or the like Other agricultural, horticultural. poultr> keeping and bee keeping machinery germination plant fitted with mechanical or thermal equipment; poultr; incubators and brooders 3,8 Machinen of a kind used m the bread grain milling industr>. and other machinery (other than farm type machinery 1 for the working of cereals or dried leguminous vegetables A;R;C'h 245

248 Rate of Duly THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Conventional (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control Machinery, not falling within any other heading of this Chapter, of a kind used in the following food or drink industries: bakery, confectionery, chocolate manufacture, macaroni, ravioli or similar cereal food manufacture, the preparation of meat, fish, fruit or vegetables (including mincing or slicing machines 1, sugar manufacture or brewing Machinery for making or finishing cellulosic pulp, paper or paperboard: A. For making paper or paperboard B. Other 3,8 4,1 A;R,Ch A;R.Ch Rook-binding machinery, including book-sewing machines Paper or paperboard cutting machines of all kinds; other machinery foi making up paper pulp, paper or paperboard A.R.Ch Machinery, apparatus and accessories for type-founding or type-setting: machinery, other than the machine-tools of heading No 84.45, ot 84.47, for preparing or working printing blocks, plates or cylinders; printing type, impressed flongs and matrices, printing blocks, plates and cylinders blocks, plates, cylinders and lithographic stones, prepared for printing purposes (for example, planed, grained or polished): A. Type-founding or type-setting machines: I. For Imi tiding and setting Ï for example, linotypes, monotypes, inter types) II. Other B. Blocks, plates, cylinders and other similar articles, other than lithographic stones C. Other 4,4 4,1 A.R.Ch A.R;Ch Other printing machinery; machines for uses ancillary to printing: A. Printing machinery: I. Cylinder letterpress printing machines, printing only one side of the sheet at each pass: a) Single-revolution machinesb) I wo-revolution machines II. Rotary presses III. Other B. Machines for uses ancillary to printing A.R.Ch A;R.Ch Machines for extruding man-made textiles; machines of a kind used for processing natural or man-made textile fibres; textile spinning and twisting machines; textile doubling, throwing and reeling (including weft-winding) machines A.R.Ch Weaving machines, knitting machines and machines for making gimped yarn, mile, lace, embroidery, trimmings, braid or net; machines for preparing yarns for use on such machines, including warping and warp sizing machines: A. Weaving machines B. Knitting machines C. Machines for making gimped yarn, tulle, lace, embroidery, trimmings, braid or net I). Machines for preparing yarns for use on the above machines, including warping and warp sizing machines 3,5 4,4 3,2 3,8 A.R.Ch A.RXh 246

249 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous Conventional (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control Auxiliary machinery for use with machines of heading No for example, (lobbies, Jacquards, automatic stop mot ion s and shuttle changing mechanisms ; parts and accessories suitable for use solely or principally with the machines of the present heading or with machines falling within heading No or 84. ï" 7 for example, spindles and spindle flyers, card clothing, combs, extruding nipples, shuttles, healds and h eald-lifters and hosiers needles. Machinery for the manufacture or finishing of felt in the piece or in shapeincluding fell-hat making machines and hat-making blocks Machinery for washing, cleaning, drying, bleaching, dyeing, dressing, finishing or coating textile yarns, fabrics or made-up textile articles including laundry and drs-cleaning machinery i; fabric folding, reeling or cutting machines; machines of a kind used in the manufacture of linoleum or other floor coverings for applying the paste to the base fabric or other support; machines of a type used for printing a repetitive design, répétitive words or overall colour on textiles, leather, wallpaper, wrapping paper, linoleum or other materials, and engraved or etched plaies, blocks or rollers therefor: A. Ironing machines and presses, electrically heated B. (.lothes-washing machines, each ot a dry linen capacity not exceeding 6 k^; domestic wringers: I. HlectncalK operated II. Other t. Other 3,8 3,8 Sewing machines; furniture specially designed for sewing machines; sewing machine needles: A. Sewing machines; furniture specialis designed tor sewing machines: I. Sewing machines (lock-sntch only, with heads of a weight not exceeding 16 kg without motor or i~ kg including the motor; sewing machine heads lock-stitch only. of a weight not exceeding 16 kg without motor or I" kg including the motor:,i Scuirie, machines having a value.noi including frames, tables or furniture) of more than 65 EUA each hi Other II. Olher sewing machines and other sewing machine heads A.R;Ch Ceiling under surveillance of ECU covering Al and II Quota ol' ECU covering A I and II: Brazil 111. Parts; furniture specially designed for sewing machines 12 5,8 A.RXh li. Sewmg machine needles 4,9 A.R.Ch Machinery other than sewing machines) for preparing, tanning or working hides, skins or leather (including boot and shoe machinery 1 247

250 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous Conventional (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control Converters, ladles, ingot moulds and casting machines, of a kind used in metallurgy and in metal foundries Rolling mills and rolls therefor: A. Rolling mills specially designed for the recycling of irradiated nuclear fuels (EURATOM; Β. Other Machine tools for working metal or metal carbides, not being machines falling within heading No or 84.50: A. Specially designed for the recycling of irradiated nuclear fuels (for example sheathing, unsheathing, shaping) I. Automared by coded information (EURATi >M! II. Other (EURATOM) Β. Machine tools operating by electro erosion or other electrical processes; ultrasonic machine tools: I. Automated by coded information II. Other C. Other machine tools; I. Lathes: a) Automated by coded information b) Other II. Boring machines: a) Automated by coded information b) Other III. Planing machines: a) Automated by coded information b) Other IV. Shaping machines, sawing machines and cutting off machines. broaching machines and slotting machines: a) Automated by coded information h) Other V. Milling machines and drilling machines: a).automated by coded information b) Other VI. Sharpening, trimming, grinding, honing and lapping, polishing or finishing machines and similar machines operating by means ot grinding wheels, abrasives or polishing products: a) Fitted with a micrometrie' adjusting system within the meaning of Additional Note 2 to this Chapter: 1. Automated by coded information 2. Other b) Other: 1. Automated by coded information?.. Other : VII. Jig boring machines: a) Automated by coded information b) Other 4,1 4,9 6,5 4, ,5 4,9 4,4 Ì S.Ì 4.'I A;R:Ch A;R:Ch A:R;Ch A:R;Ch A:R;Ch A:R;Ch A;R,Ch A;R:Ch A:R;Ch A:R;Ch A R:Ch A R;Ch A R;Ch A R;Ch A R:Ch A R:Ch 248

251 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Conventional (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of conltol (. VIII. Gear-culling machines: ', onl'd), I I I ai tor slitting cyliiklric.il gears 1. Automate,I by coded information A;R;C'h 2. Other h: For cutting other gears: I. Automated bs- coded information 1. Other IX. Presses, other than those tailing within subheadings ( ( XI: ai Automated by coded information b, Other X and 3,8 3,5 A;R;C'h X. Bending, folding, flattening, shearing, punching and notching machines: a) Automated by coded information b) Other XI. Forging machines and stamping machines: a) Automated by coded information h] Other A;R,Ch A;R;C'h XII. Other Vlachine-tools for working stone, ceramics, concrete, asbestos-cement and tike mineral materials or for working glass in the cold, other than machines falling ss uhm heading No Machine io,ils (or working wood, cork, hone, choline ι vulcanite), hard artificial plastic materials or other hard carving materials, other than machines falling within heading No Accessories and pans suitable for use sole-is or principalis ssitb ihc machines falling within headings Nos 84.4s" lo 84.47, including work and tool holders, self-opening dteheads, dividing heads and other appliances for machine-tools; tool holders for ans type of tool or machine-tool for working in the hand Tools for working in the hand, pneumatic or svith self-contained nonelectric motor Gas-operated welding, brazing, cutting and surface tempering appliances 3, Typewriters, other than typewriters incorporating calculating mechanisms; cheque-writing machines: A. Typewriters B. Checjuc-wnring machines 4,6 3,8 249

252 THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 OJ L. 352 (EEC) No Type of conttol 84 s' Calculating machines: accounting machines, cash tegisters, postage franking machines, ticket issuing machines and similar machines, incorporating a calculating des ice: A. Electronic calculating machu Automatic.lata processing machines and units thereof; magnetic or optical readers, machines tor transcribing dala omo data media in coded t'orni and machines for processing such data, noi elsewhere sjiccitied or included: Pi nd II. Di!, Ceiling under surveillance ol' ECU Other office machines for example, hectograph or stencil duplicating machines, addressing machines, coin sorting machines, coin counting and wrapping machines, pencil sharpening machines, perforating and stapling machines): A. Addres mg in. and address plate einhi nachtue It. Other 1.6 4,4 A;R:Ch Patts and accessories (olher than covers, carrying cases and lbs like) suitable for use sole Is or principalis svith machines of a kind falling svithin heading No 84.51, 84 52, or 84.54: A. Address piales 4.9 Β. Pans and acce subheading A lor electronic calculating machines lallmg within 6,3 t. Other A;R:Ch Machinery for sorting, screening, separating, svashing, crushing, grinding or mixing earth, stone, ores or other mineral substances, in solid (including powder and paste) form; machinery for agglomerating, moulding or shaping solid mineral fuels, ceramic paste, unhardened cements, plastering materials or other mineral products in powder or paste form: machines for forming foundry moulds of sand A:R;Ch ( lass ssoiking machines (other than machines for svorking glass in the cold); machines for assembling electric filament and discbarge lamps and electronic and similar tubes and salves: A. Class workii sold: tor working glass I!. Machines tor assembling electric fila electronic and similar lubes and valses,. I.s Automatic vending machines 'for example, stamp, cigarette, chocolate and food machines), nol being games of skill or chance 250

253 R.,:e ι Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 \UOIIOIIIOUS. Consci Minai Inclusion (EEC) No 3599/85 Beneficiaries Type of control Machines and mechanical appliances, having individual functions, not falling within any other heading of this Chapter: A. For the manufacture of the products mentioned in subheading A (EURATOM) 1 1 4,1 χ Ii Nuclear reactors (EURATOM) 10 6,2 C. Specially designed for the recycling of irradiated nuclear fuels (for example, sintering of radio active metal oxides, sheathing) (EURATOM) J 1 4,1 X D. Rope or cable making machinery, including electric wire and cable making machines: 1. Stranding, twisting, cabling and similar machines and appliances tl i,8 χ II. Other machines and appliances (for example, reinforcing, taping, insulating and the like for the preparation, coating, finishing of ropes and cables) l l 4,9 X F. Other: 1. The following goods, for use in civil aircraft (a): Hydropneumatic spherical batteries; Mechanical actuators for thrust reversers; Toilet units specially designed for aircraft; Air humidifiers and dehumidifiers; Servo mechanisms, non electric; Hydraulic servo motors, non electric; Non electric starter motors; Pneumatic starters for jet engines; Windscreen wipers, non electric; 15 1 s I ree 4,4 p.m. χ x Moulding boxes for metal foundry; moulds of a type used for metal (other than ingot moulds), for metal carbides, for glass, for mineral materials (for example, ceramic pastes, concrete or cement) or for rubber or artificial plastic materials 13 i.8 X Taps, cocks, valves and similar appliances, for pipes, boiler shells, tanks, vats and the like, including pressure reducing valves and thermostatically controlled valves: H Other ,4 4,6 X» A:R;Ch Ball, roller or needle roller bearings: 18 9 Ball bearings with greatest external diameter not more than 30 mm Other X A ; C n A;Ch Ceiling under surveillance of ECU 'Fransmission shafts, cranks, hearing housings, plain shaft bearings, gears and gearing (including friction gears and gear boxes and other variable speed gears), flywheels, pulleys and pulley blocks, clutches and shaft couplings: 1', free p.m. χ 251

254 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Conventional (EECi No 3599/85 Type of conttol (cont'd) ;s lor ball, rollet rating hearings.. needle roller bearings, A:R;Ch A.R.Ch Gaskets and similar joints of metal sheeting combined with other material (for example, asbestos, felt and paperboard) or of laminated metal foil; sets or assortments of gaskets and similar joints, dissimilar in composition, for engines, pipes, tubes and the like, put up in pouches, envelopes or similar packings; A. For use in civil aircraft (a) free A;R;Oi B. Other 4.1 Machinery parts, not containing electrical connectors, insulators, coils, contacts or other electrical features and not falling within any other heading ol this Chapter: A. Parts of base metal, turned from bars, rods, angles, shapes, sections or wire, of solid section, the greatest diameter of which does not exceed 25 mm ,5 4,4 A.R;C'h 252

255 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 numbcf Conventional (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control CHAPTER AN ELECTRICAL MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT; PARTS THEREOF Electrical goods of the follinsing descriptions: generators, motors, consc-ims (rotary or sialic 1, transformers, rectifiers and rectifying apparatus, inductors: Generators, conseners roi.irs or static. transformers, rectifiers.mil rectifying apparatus, inductors; Electric minors of.in output of not less than 0,-5 kw bin less than 150 kw B. Other machines and apparatus: I. Generators, mutors, (whether or not equipped svith speed reducing, changing or step-up gear and rot.irs conseners:, Synchronous motors of an lilliput ot not more than IS wans... b) Other II. Transformers, sialic converters, rectifiers and realising apparatus; inductors 6,5 A;R:Ch (i) Ceiling under surveillance of ECU (. Parts 4,4 A;R:Ch Electro-magnets; permanent magnets and articles of special materials for permanent magnets, being blanks of such magnets; electro-magnetic and permanent magnet chucks, clamps, sices and similar ssork holders; electromagnetic clutches and couplings; electro-magnetic brakes; electro-magnetic lifting heads Primary cells and primary halleries A:R:Ch Ceiling under surveillance of ECU Electric accumulators: A. lor use in coil aircr.ilt (a) B. Other: I. I C-.ICI-.ICKI accumulators 11. Other accumulators 6,2 5,1 A;R:Ch Ill Parts: a) Wooden separators 3.2 b) Other 5.6 A:R:Ch I,,, u Js, Uli, -IltlllS,. See,,,s V.I, I') For olher sialic conseners (Nlmcsc code ). the remenee, (»ase is set at 3 1 (Ms, 1(1 253

256 THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous Conventional (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control fools for ssorkuig in the hand, ssiih sell-contained electric motor Electro-mechanical domestic appliances, isith self-contained electric motor: A. Vacuum cleaners and flout jsolishcrs B. Olher Shavers and hair clippers, svith self-contained electric motor: A. Shavers B. Hairclippers A.R.Ch Electrical starting and ignition equipment fot internal combustion engines (including ignition magnetos, magneto-dynamos, ignition coils, startet motors, sparking plugs and gloss plugs); generators (dynamos and alternators) and cut-outs for use in conjunction svith such engines: A. loi use 111 cis il aircraft, excluding pans,,l siuli good-., li. Other: I. Starter motors, generators.md cut-oiiis II. Ignition magnetos, including magneto-dynamos and magnetic lis wheels. III. Glow plugs IV. Olher A,R;C'h A,R;Ch A;RX'h Electrical lighting and signalling equipment and electrical windscreen wipers, defrosters and demisters, for cycles or minor vehicles: A. Lighting equipment, oilier than equipment of heading No Ss,US 4,9 [1. Sound signalling equipment 5 C. Other 5 A;R:Ch Portable electric- halters and magneto lamps, other than lamps falling within heading No 85.09: A. Miners' safeis lamps 5,1 II. Olher 7,2 A:R;Ch Ceiling under surveillance of ECU Quota of ECU: Hong Kong. 254

257 Rate o f Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 nunibet Autonomous Consenlional Inclusion (EEC) No 3599/85 Beneficiaries Type of control Industrial and laboratory electric furnaces, ovens and induction and dielectric heating equipment; electric or laser operated welding, brazing, soldering or cutting machines and apparatus: A. Furnaces, ovens, induction and dielectric heating equipment: 1. Specially designed for Ule separation of irradiated nuclear fuels, tor the treatment ol radio active ssaslc or tor the recycling ol irradiated nuclear fuels EUR ATOM) II. Other 1 I 4.1 4,1 χ * B. Electric or laser operated welding, brazing, soldering or cutting machines and apparatus Electric instantaneous or storage water heaters and immersion heaters: electric soil heating apparatus and electric space heating apparatus; electric hair dressing appliances (for example, hair dryers, hair curlers, curling long heaters) and electric smoothing itons; electro thermic domesticappliances; electric heating resistors, other than those of carbon: A. Electric instantaneous or storage water healers and immersion heaters: I for use in civil aircraft exhaling parts ot such goo,is.ij 20 p.m. χ 11 Other 20 5,3 B. Electric soil heating apparatus and electric space heating apparatus 21 II Other 21 5,6 χ C. Electric hair dressing appliances (for example, hair dryers, hair curlers x 20 6 E. Electro thermic domestic appliances: 1. Electric cooking stoves, ranges, ovens and tood warmers (excluding parts thereof for use in civil aircraft a 19 p.m. s, II 1 )i(ier 19 A.ICCh 1'. Piccine heating resisi,irs 18 4,9 χ Electrical line telephonic and telegraphic apparatus (including such apparatus for carrier current line systems): Β Other 16 4,6 7,5 v * A:R:Ch A:R;Ch 85. Microphones and stands therefor; loudspeakers; audio frequency electric amplifiers: 18 pin Β Olher 18 4,9 y. 255

258 THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Conventional (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control Radiotélégraphie and radiotéléphonie transmission and reception apparatus; radio broadcasting and television transmission and reception apparatus (including receivers incorporating sound recorders or reproducers) and television cameras; radio navigational aid apparatus, radar apparatus and radio remotecontrol apparatus: A. Radiotelegraphic and radiotéléphonie transmission and reception apparatus; radio broadcasting and television transmission and reception apparatus (including receivers incorporating sound recorders or reproducers) and television cameras: I. Transmitters: a) Rad i orci egra phi c and radiotéléphonie apparatus, for use in civil aircraft (a) b) Other II. Transmitter receivers: a) Radiotélégraphie and radiotéléphonie apparatus, for use in civil aircraft (a) b) Other IS IK 20 2D free 4,9 III. Receivers, whether or not incorporating sound recorders or reproducers: a) Radio receivers and radiotélégraphie and radiotéléphonie apparatus, for use in civil aircraft (a) b) Other: 1. Pocket receivers for calling or paging Ceiling under surveillance of ECU covering Λ III b) I, ex 2) (other) and Clic) Quota of ECU covering A III b) 1. ex 2) (otturi and Clic): Hong Kong, Singapore, South Korea 2. Other: For colour television, with integral tube Ceiling under surveillance of V.CV Quota of ECU: Hong Kong. Singapore, South Korea Other IV. Television cameras CT A III b) I B. Other apparatus: 1. Hor use in civil aircraft (a) II. Other If. C. Parts: I. Assemblies and sub assemblies consisting of two or more parts or pieces fastened or joined together, for apparatus falling wiihin subheading Β 1 and for use in civil aircraft (a) II. Other a) Cabinets and cases: 1. Of wood 2. Of other materials A.R.Ch b) Parts of base metal, turned from bars, rods, angles, shapes, sections or wire, of solid section, the greatest diameter of which does not exceed 25 mm c) Other A;R:(h Ci A III b) I 256

259 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Anonomous % Conventional % (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control Electric traffic control equipment for railways, roads or inland waterways and equipment used for similar purposes in port installations or upon airfields Electric sound or visual signalling apparatus (such as bells, sirens, indicator panels, burglar and fire alarms), other ihan those of heading No or 85.1h: A. for use in civil aircraft, excluding parts ol Mich goods a) 5 I-ree B. Other I i (b) 4,4 (c Electrical capacitors, fixed or variable: A. Fixed capacitors, other than electrolytic lì. Other ,9 7 A;R-,Ch Ceiling under surveillance of ECU covering all Quota of ECU covering all 85.18: Singapore, South Korea Electrical apparatus fur making and breaking electrical circuits, for the protection of electrical circuits, or for making connections to or in electrical circuits (for example, switches, relays, fuses, lightning arresters, surge suppressors, plugs, lampholders and junction boxes); resistors, fixed or variable (including potentiometers), other than heating resistors; printed circuits; switchboards (other than telephone switchboards) and control panels: A. Electrical apparatus for making and breaking electrical circuits, for the protection of electrical circuits or for making connections to or in electrical circuits B. Resistors, fixed or variable (including poten tiometers j, other than C hc.iting resistors -Printed circuits 1). Switchboards and control panels 16 ] s 5, ,1 A,R;Ch Electric filament lamps and electric discharge lamps (including infra-red and ultra-violet lamps); arc lamps: A. Filament lamps for lighting; I. Sealed beam lamps for use in civil aircraft (a) II. Other Ceiling under surveillance of ECU B. Other lamps 4,9 (.. Parts 5,1 Thermionic, cold cathode and photo-cathode valves and tubes (including vapour or gas filled valves and tubes, cathode-ray tubes, television camera rubes and mercury arc rectifying valves and tubes); photocells: mounted piczo-electric crystals; diodes, transistors and similar semi-conductor devices; light emitting diodes; electronic microcircuits: A. Valves and tubes: I. Rectifying vali s and tubc^ I elevi nli.in. on c; ultiplu 1er,! tuk (a) Entry under th«lubheadmg II lubject to condition! (o be determined by lhe compelem.1. See alio Section II, paragraph B, of the Preliminary Provisioni. (b) The autonomous duty applicable to»gnalling apparacut again» burglary, fire and similar : (excluding their componenti and partij, originating in the United States of America, a let at 9.7 V li ihall apply i.mil 28 February I486. limila/ utuaiiom [eluding their componenti and parti), origi ί Statei of America, doei π ia! duty. Thii meaiure shall apply until 28 February

260 K;j;e ul Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control (cont'd) A. III. Cathode-ray tubes for television sets: 19 For colour television For monochrome television, with a diagonal measurement of the screen not more than 52 cm Other IV. Phototubes (photocmissive cells) 16 V. Other: 19 Microwave tubes (for example klystrons, magnetrons, travelling wave lubes and carcinotrons; receiver and amplifier tubes and valves Cathode-ray tubes other than those of subheadings A II and III Other 1,6 5.1 Ceiling under surveillance of I ECU Ceiling under surveillance of ECU covering also A ex V (cathode-ray tubes other than those of subheadings A II and HI) Cf A III (for monochrome television...) B. Photocells, including photo-transistors 16 C. Mounted piezo-electric crystals 20 Ceiling under surveillance of I ECU D. Diodes, transistors and similar semi-conductor devices; light emitting diodes; electronic microcircuits: I. Wafers not yet cut into chips II. Other E. Parts IS ,8 Ceiling under surveillance of ECU covering D and E Quota of ECU covering D and E : Hong Kong. Singapore Electrical appliances and apparatus, having individual functions, not falling within any other heading of this Chapter: A. For the manufacture of the products mentioned in subheading A (EURATOM) 11 Β. Specially designed for the separation of irradiated nuclear fuels, for the treatment of radio-active waste or for the recycling of irradiated nuclear fuels (EURATOM) 11 C. Other: I. Flight recorders, for use in civil aircraft (a) 13 II. Other appliances and apparatus 13 7 III. Parts: a) Assemblies and sub-assemblies consisting of two or more parts or pieces fastened or joined together, for flight recorders, for use in civil aircraft (a) 13 b) Other 13 Insulated (including enamelled or anodised) electric wire, cable, bars, strip and the like (including co-axial cable), whether or not fitted with connectors: A. Ignition wiring sets and wiring sets, for use in civil aircraft (a) 17 B. Other 17 6,5 A;Ch 258

261 Kale of Duly THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous Conventional (EEC) No 3599/85 Beneficiaries Type of conltol Carbon brushes, arc-lamp carbons, battery carbons, carbon electrodes and other carbon articles of a kind used for electrical purposes: A. Flectrodes for electrolysis installations 5,8 B. Heating resistors, other than those falling within heading No C. Other 5,3 Insulators of any material: A. Of ceramic materials B. Of artificial plastic materials or of glass fibre 19 7,7 C Of other materials 19 6,2 Insulating fittings for electrical machines, appliances or equipment, being fittings wholly of insulating material apart from any minor components of metal incorporated during moulding solely for purposes of assembly, but not including insulators falling within heading No 85.25: A. Of ceramic materials or of glass B. Of hardened rubber or of bituminous materials l-l 4,9 C. Of artificial plastic materials 19 7,5 D. Of other materials le 6,2 Electrical conduit tubing and joints therefor, of base metal lined with insulating material Electrical pans of machinery and apparatus, not being goods falling within any of the preceding headings of this Chapter 259

262 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous % Conventional % (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control SECTION XVIÌ VEHICLES, AIRCRAFT, AND PARTS THEREOF; VESSELS AND CERTAIN ASSOCIATED TRANSPORT EQUIPMENT CHAPTER 86 RAILWAY AND TRAMWAY LOCOMOTIVES, ROLLING STOCK AND PARTS THEREOF; RAILWAY AND TRAMWAY TRACK FIXTURES AND FITTINGS; TRAFFIC SIGNALLING EQUIPMENT OF ALL KINDS (NOT ELECTRICALLY POWERED) [86.01) Electric rail locomotives, battery operated or powered from an external source of electricity Other rail locomotives; tenders 13 4,9 3, Mechanically propelled railway and tramway coaches, vans and trucks, and mechanically propelled track inspection trolleys: A. Electric railway and tramway coaches, vans and trucks (powered from an external source of electricity) B. Other 13 4,9 4,6 Railway and tramway passenger coaches and luggage vans; h 'tal coaches, prison coaches, testing coaches, travelling post office coaches»d other special purpose railway coaches Railway and tramway rolling stock, the following: workshops, cranes am. other service vehicles Railway and tramway goods vans, goods wagons and trucks: A. Specially designed for the transport of highly radio active material (EURATOM) Β. Other Containers specially designed and equipped for carriage by one or more modes of transport: 10 3,8 5 A. Containers with an anti radiation lead covering, for the transport of radio active materials (EURATOM) Β. Other ,8 4,4 Pans of railway and tramway locomotives and rolling stock: A. Bogies, bissel bogies and the like, and parts thereof B. Brakes and parts thereof C. Axles, assembled or not; wheels and parts thereof D. Axle boxes and parts thereof E. Other ,8 4,5 6 7,5 4,1 A;R:Ch Railway and tramway track * fixtures and fittings; mechanical equipment, not electrically powered, for signalling to or controlling road, rail or other vehicles, ships or aircraft; pans of the foregoing fixtures, fittings ot equipment 260

263 Raie of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 He.kling Autonomous % Conventional % Inclusion (EEC) No 3599/85 Beneficiaries Type of control CHAPTER 87 VEHICLE >, OTHER THAN RAILWAY OR TRAMWAY ROLLING-STOCK, AND PARTS THEREOF Tractors (other than those falling within heading No 87.07), whether or not fitted with power take-offs, winches or pulleys: A. Agricultural walking tractors, with cither a spark igniti.m nr,ι kompression ignition engine, of a cylinder capacity of: cc or less 12 II. More than cc 1 «B. Agricultural tractors (excluding walking tractors) and forestry tractors. C. Other: 1. Wheeled, for semi-trailers II Other '(1 4,4 5,8 8, X Motor vehicles for the transport of persons, goods or materials (including sports motor vehicles, other than those of heading No 87.09): A. For the transpon of persons, including vehicles designed for the transpon of both passengers and goods: I. With cither a spark ignition or a compression ignition engine: a) Motor coaches and buses: 1. With either a spark ignition engine of a cylinder capacity of cm 3 or more or a compression ignition engine of a cylinder capacity of cm 3 or more X 2. Other b) Other: Motor vehicles, new, of a cylinder capacity not exceeding I 500 cm 3 29, X X X A; R; Ch Ceiling under surveillance of ECU A. R. c h Quota of ECU : South Korea 25 12,5 X B. For the transport of goods or materials; 1. Motor lorries speciali ν designed for the transport of highlv radioactive materials (EURATOM) II. Other: a) With either a spark ignition or a compression ignition engine: 1. Motor lorries with either a spark ignition engine ol a cylinder capacity of cc or more or a compression ignition engine of a cylinder capacity of cc or more: aa) Dumpers of a cylinder capacity: 1 1 (if less th.in IIHlOII cc 'K 22. Of cc or more , * X X 22 X 2. Other: bb) Other: x III x X X A; R; Ch Ceiling under surveillance of ECU " 261

264 ka ie υ 1 Du h THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous Conventional Inclusion (EEC) No 3599/85 Beneficiaries Type of control Special purpose motor lorries and vans (such as breakdown lorries, fire-engines, fire-escapes, road sweeper lorries, snow-ploughs, spraying lorries, crane lorries, searchlight lorries, mobile workshops and mobile radiological units), but not 25 6,2 X Chassis fitted with engines, for the motor vehicles falling within heading No 87.01, or 87.03: A. Chassis for tractors falling within subheading Β or C; chassis for motor vehicles falling within heading No 87.02, fitted with either a spark ignition engine of a cylinder capacity of cm 1 or more or a compression ignition engine of a cylinder capacity of cm J or more: II. Other ,3 X X A;R.Ch B. Other: I. For motor vehicles for the transport of persons, including vehicles designed for the transport of both passengers and goods, with a seating II. Other Bodies (including cabs), for the motor vehicles falling within heading No 87.01, or 87.03: ,5 11 X X A. For the industrial assembly of: Agricultural walking tractors falling within subheading A, Motor vehicles for the transport of persons, including vehicles designed for the transport of both passengers and goods, with a seating capacity of less than 15, Motor vehicles for the transport of goods or materials, with either a spark ignition engine of a cylinder capacity of less than cm' or a compression ignition engine of a cylinder capacity of less than cm\ Special purpose motor lorries and vans of heading No (a) 24 6,9 χ B. Other 24 8,9 X Parts and accessories of the motor vehicles falling within heading No 87.01, or 87.03: A. For the industrial assembly of: Agricultural walking tractors falling within subheading A, Motor vehicles for the transport of persons, including vehicles designed for [he transport of both passengers and goods, with a scaring capacity of less than 15, Motor vehicles for the transport of goods of materials, with either a spark ignition engine of a cylinder capacity of less than cm' or a compression ignition engine of a cylinder capacity of less than cm'. Special purpose motor lorries and vans of heading No (a) 19 4,9 X A;R:Ch B. Other:! I. Wheel centres in star form, cast in one piece, of iron or steel II. Other Works trucks, mechanically propelled, of the types used in factories, warehouses, dock areas or airports for short distance transport or handling of goods (for example, platform trucks, fork-lift trucks and straddle carriers); tractors of the type used on railway station platforms; parts of the foregoing vehicles: 19 4,9 6,9 X X A;R:Ch A. Trucks specially designed for the transport of highly radio-active materials (EURATOM) Kl 3.8 ".ι μ,,,γ, t,. 262

265 R.Ha Ul Dut) THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 I onvention.il (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control (cont'd) IV Straddle carriers C. Other ttucks; tractors: I. fitted with sclt'-acluated lifting equipment II. Olher I). Parts 5,1 4,9 6 5,3 Tanks and other armoured fighting vehicles, tnotorised, whether or not fitted with weapons, and parts of such vehicles: A. Tanks and parts thereof B. Other armoured fighting vehicles and parts thereof 5 1" 3,5 3,8 Motor-cycles, auto-cycles and cycles fitted with an auxiliary motor, with or without side-cars; side-cars of all kinds Cycles (including delivery tricycles), not motoriscd A;Ch Invalid carriages, whether or not motorised or otherwise mechanically propelled Parts and accessories of articles falling within heading No 87.09, or 87.11: A. Of motor-cycles B. Other 24 2d A:R;Ch A;Ch Baby carriages and parts thereof Other vehicles (including trailers), not mechanically propelled, and parts thereof: A. Animal-drawn vehicles A;R:Ch B. Trailers and semi-trailers: I. Specially designed for the transport of highly radio-active materials (EURATOM) II. Other ,3 5,3 C. Other vehicles: I). Parts I. Specially designed for the transporr of highly radio-active materials (EURATOM) ' II. Other ,8 4,1 4,4 A(R;Ch 263

266 Rate ol Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous % Conventional 'A. (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control AIRCRAFT AND PARTS THEREOF; PARACHUTES; CATAPULTS AND SIMILAR AIRCRAFT LAUNCHING GEAR; GROUND FLYING TRAINERS Balloons and airships: A. Civil balloons,\nc\ -airships (a) B. Other Flying machines, gliders and kites; rotochutes: A. Not mechanically propelled: I. Civil gliders (a) II. Other: a) Kites and rotochutes b) Other 4,9 7 B. Mechanically propelled: I. Helicopters: a) Civil helicopters (a) b) Other, of an unladen weight: 1. Not exceeding 2000 kg 2. Exceeding 2000 kg II. Other: a) Civil aircraft (a) h) Other, of an unladen weight: 1. Not exceeding 2000 kg 2. Exceeding 2000 kg hut not exceeding kg 3. Exceeding kg A;R.Ch Pans of goods falling within heading No or 88.02: A. Of balloons or airships: l. For use in civil balloons or airships (a) II. Other 8-5 B. Other: I. For use in civil flying machines and gliders (a) 12 (Is) II. Other: a) Of kites and rotochutes b) Other : 12 12(h) 3,8 5 A;R,Ch (.il Eniry under this subheading is suhjeci lo condition, io he determined by ihc compelem uulhuriiics. Sec also 5eti on II. rwuiiranh H ol lhe J'rdimin Annex io ihe CCT lb) Dury temporarily impended in rnpeer oí initie* intended ru be firred in aircraft imported duly free or built «irhin the Community. Thn iii>p<:n.,on compliance with formalities and condition! to be determined by the competent authoring.,r, Provision,. iubjra io 264

267 Ra:e ol Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous % Conventional % (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control Parachutes and parts thereof and accessories thereto Catapults and similar aircraft, launching gear; ground flying trainers; parts of any of the foregoing articles: A. Catapults and similar aircraft launching gear; parts thereof 17 B. Ground flying trainers; parts thereof: I. For civil use (a; 13 II. Other n 3.8 Lntry under th;s subheading is subject lo conditions lo be determined by lho compelem authorities Sec also Section 11. paragraph B. cf the Prelim in Anne» m ihe CCT t Pro* isions ol the 265

268 Rale of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous % Conventional % (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control CHAPTER 89 SHIPS, BOATS AND FLOATING STRUCTURES Ships, boats and other vessels not falling within any of the following headings of this Chapter: A. Warships ". B. Other: 1. Sea-going vessels II. Other: a) Weighing 100 kg or less each b) Other Fret ,8 2,5 Vessels specially designed for towing (tugs) or pushing other vessels: A. Tugs B. Pusher craft: I. Sea-going II. Other p.m. χ p.m. χ Light-vessels, fire-floats, dredgers of all kinds, floating cranes, and other vessels the navigability of which is subsidiary to their main function; floating docks; floating or submersible drilling or production platforms: A. Sea-going * B. Other 3, Ships, boats and other vessels for breaking up (a) Floating structures other than vessels (for example, coffer-dams, stages, buoys and beacons) landing this heading is subject to conditions to b? determined by the competent authorities. 266

269 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous % Conventional (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control SECTION XVIII OPTICAL, PHOTOGRAPHIC, CINEMATOGRAPHIC, MEASURING, CHECKING, PRECISION, MEDICAL AND SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS AND APPARATUS; CLOCKS AND WATCHES; MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS; SOUND RECORDERS OR REPRODUCERS; TELEVISION IMAGE AND SOUND RECORDERS OR REPRODUCERS; PARTS THEREOF CHAPTER 90 OPTICAL, PHOTOGRAPHIC, CINEMATOGRAPHIC, MEASURING, CHECKING, PRECISION, MEDICAL AND SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS AND APPARATUS; PARTS THEREOF Lenses, prisms, mirrors and other optical elements, of any material, unmounted, other than such elements of glass not optically worked; sheets or plates, of polarising material: A, lenses, prisms, mirrors and other optical elements: I. For use in civil aircrafr (a) 17 II. Other 17 B. Sheets or plates of polarising material 18 7,5 5. S Lenses, prisms, mirrors and other optical elements, of any material, mounted, being parts of or fittings for instruments or apparatus, other than such elements of glass not optically worked: A. For use in civil aircraft (a) 17 lì. Other Frames and mountings and parts thereof, for spectacles, pince nez, lorgnettes, goggles and the like Ceiling under surveillance of ECU Quota of ECU: South Korea Spectacles, pince nez, lorgnettes, goggles and the like, corrective, protective or other Refracting telescopes (monocular and binocular), prismatic or not 20 Ceiling under surveillance of ECU Astronomical instruments (for example, reflecting telescopes, transit instruments and equatorial telescopes), and mountings therefor, but not including instruments for radio astronomy Photographic cameras; photographic flashlight apparatus and flashbulbs other than discharge lamps of heading No 85.20: A. Photographic cameras 18 li Photographic flashlight apparatus and flashbulbs: I. Electrically ignited photographic flashbulbs, flashcubes and similar articles 18 II. Other 16 4,9 5,3 j Enlry under ihi, iiihhcijint; ι, bc determinei hy ihr lulhorili«sfc aho Sttlion II, pirjruph B. rf ihc Prchmir, 267

270 Rate u 1 Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonuntous % Conventional % Inclusion IEEC) No 3599/85 Beneficiaries Type of contrei Cincmaiographic cameras, projectors, sound recorders and sound reproducers but not including re recorders or film editing apparatus; any combination of these articles: 6,2 X 6,5 X Image projectors (other than cinematographic projectors); photographic 6,3 A;R,Ch Apparatus and equipment of a kind used Ín photographic or cinematographic laboratories, not falling within any other heading of this Chapter; photo copying apparatus (whether incorporating an optical system or or the contact type) and thermo copying apparatus; screens for projectors: A. Photo copying apparatus incorporating an optical system 18 7,2 χ 4,4 4,9 x X Misero scopes and diffraction apparatus, electron and proton 15 5,8 X Compound optical microscopes, whether or not provided with means for 10 X Optical appliances and instruments (but not including lighting appliances other than searchlights or spotlights), not falling within any other heading IS 6,5 X 90. Surveying (including photogrammetrical surveying), hydrographie, navigational, meteorological, hydrologieal and geophysical instruments; compasses; rangefinders: A. Compasses: 5 III. Parts: h) Other ' 7 5 p.m. χ χ i B. Other: 1. Optical air ii.mg.ition.il instruments: a) For use in civil aircraft, excluding parts of such goods (a) 17 5,6 p.m. χ II. Other air navigarional instruments (including automatic,pilots), for use in p.m. χ III. Other 17 5,6 * lal Entry under this subheading is subject io conditions to be determined by the compelem authorities. See also Section 11. puru jr.iph B. of ihe Prelimina Annex io ihc CCT. y Provisions of the 268

271 Rate ol Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous Conventional % Inclusion (EEC) No 3599/85 Beneficiaties Type of control Balances of a sensitivity of 5 eg or better, with or without their weights 18 5,8 x A;R,Ch Drawing, marking out and mathematical calculating instruments, drafting machines, pantographs, slide rules, disc calculators and the like; measuring or checking instruments, appliances and machines, not falling within any other heading of this Chapter (for example, micrometers, callipers, gauges, measuring rods, balancing machines); profile projectors: A. Drawing, marking out and mathematical calculating instruments, drafting machines, pantographs, slide rules, disc calculators and the like 16 5,3 X R. Measuring or checking instruments, appliances and machines; profilt 15 5,8 x Medical, dental, surgical and veterinary instruments and appliances (including electro medical apparatus and ophthalmic instruments) 16 5, Mechano therapy appliances; massage apparatus; psychological aptitudetesting apparatus; artificial respiration, ozone therapy, oxygen therapy, aerosol therapy or similar apparatus; breathing appliances (including ga; masks and similar respirators): A. Cias masks and similar respirators (excluding parts thereof), for use in civil aircraft (a) Ì. Other ,6 p.m. χ X Orthopaedic appliances, surgical belts, trusses and the like; splints and other fracture appliances; artificial limbs, eyes, teeth and other artificial parts of the body; hearing aids and other appliances which arc worn or carried, or implanted in the body, to compensate for a defect or disability: A. Artificial limbs, eyes, teeth and other artificial parts of the body: Hi 4,9 4,1 6,2 X χ X A.R.Ch B. Hearing aids and other appliances which are worn or carried, or implanted in the body, to compensate for a defect or disability: II. Other 12 Π 3,8 5,3 X X 15 5,8 X Apparatus based on the use of X rays or of the radiations from radio active substances (including radiography and radiotherapy apparatus): X ray generators; X ray tubes; X ray screens; X ray high tension gencratots; X ray control panels and desks; X ray examination or treatment tables, chairs and die like Ih 4,6 X IJI Eniry under this ubhcadlng Is subject i<> conditions lo be determined by Ihe competent minorities Sec also Section 11. paragraph 3, ot the Ptclimmao Provisions of the Annen io the Ct Τ 269

272 Rale ol Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous 'A. Conventional % IEEC) No 3599/85 Type of contrei Instruments, apparatus purposes (for example, uses or models, designed solely for demonstrational in education or exhibition), unsuitable for other Machines and appliances for testing mechanically the hardness, strength, compressibility, elasticity and the like properties of industrial materials (for example, metals, wood, textiles, paper or plastics) Hydrometers and similar instruments; thermometers, pyrometers, barometers, hygrometers, psychrometers, recording or not; any combination of these instruments: A. Thermometers: II. I. Tor use in civil aircraft (a) II. Other: a) Mercury or other liquid-filled thermometers, lor direct reading b) Other Hygrometers and psychrometers C. Hydrometers and similar ι list rum ems, with or without thermometers; optical pyrometers I). Other Instruments and apparatus for measuring, checking or automatically controlling the flow, depth, pressure or other variables of liquids or gases, or for automatically controlling temperature (for example, pressure gauges, thermostats, level gauges, flow meters, heat meters, automatic ovendraught regulators), not being articles falling within heading No 90.: A. For use in civil aircraft (a) ,3 n. Other: I. Pressure gauges II. Thermostats III. Other IS Instruments and appai atus for physical or chemical analysis (such as Polarimeters, refractometers, spectrometers, gas analysis apparatus); instruments and apparatus for measuring 01 checking viscosity, porosity, expansion, surface tension or the like (such as viscometers, porosimeters, expansion meters); instruments and apparatus for measuring or checking quantities of heat, light or" sound (such as photometers (including exposure meters), calorimeters); microtomes Gas, liquid and electricity supply or production meters; calibrating meters therefor Revolution counters, production counters, taximeters, mil com eters, pedometers and the like, speed indicators (including magnetic speed indicators) ajid tachometers (other than articles falling within heading No 90.); stroboscopes: A. Revolution counters, production counters, taximeters and other counters 270

273 Ra.e ol Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Conventional (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control 'cont'd) II. t Speed indicators.nul tachonietc I. For use in civil aircraft a II. Other Stroboscopes 5,8 5,6 Electrical measuring, checking, analysing or automatically controlling instruments and apparatus: \ I II,II.nil, Misil app.i I. I or use in end aircraft a II. Other: a Telecommunications cross talk meters, gain measuring instruments, nepeimeters, distorsion tactor meiers, psophometers nul the like ; b For measuring or detecting ionising radiations; Olher measuring apparatus with self balancing recording desici ; Other apparatus fur measuring electrical quantities t ìtlicr H. Other: I. For use in civil aircraft I. Other Parts or accessories suitable for use solely or principally with one 01.uorc of the articles falling within heading No 90.23, , or 90.28: A. Farts or accessories suitable for use solely or principally with the electronic instruments or apparatus falling within subheading A: 1. Parts of automatic flight control instruments and apparatus, for use in civil II. Other U. Other: Parts of automatic (light control instruments and apparatus, tor use in civil.tirerait (a) Paris of base metal, turned from bars, roils angles, shapes, sections or wire, ot solid section, the greatest diameter ot which does not exceed 2s' mm 16 6 A;RX'h ι 11. ol ihc Piclii 271

274 Rate of Duly THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous % Conventional % (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control CHAPTER 91 CLOCKS AND WATCHES AND PARTS THEREOF Pocket-watches, wrist-watches and other watches, including stop-watches Quartz watches other Clocks with watch movements (excluding clocks of heading No 91.03): 13 5,1 subject subject to a min. to a min. of 0-50 ECU of 0,30 ECU each each and a max. of 0,80 FCU each A R;Ch Ceiling under surveillance of ECU Quota of ECU : Hong Kong A. Electric or electronic: I. With balance-wheel and hairspring II. Other B. Other ,3 6,2 5,8 Λ R;Ch A R.Ch A R;Ch Ceiling under surveillance of ECU covering all Instrument panel clocks and clocks of a similar type, for vehicles, aircraft or vessels: A. Clocks with clock movements measuring less than 4-.S cm in width and clocks with watch movements, for use in civil aircraft (a) B. Other ,8 Other clocks: A. Electric or electronic B. Other Π 6,2 5,8 Ceiling under surveillance of ECU covering all Quota of ECU covering all 91.04: Hong Kong Time of day recording apparatus; apparatus with clock or watch movement (including secondary movement) or with synchronous motor, for measuring, recording or otherwise indicating intervals of time Time switches with clock or watch movement (including secondary ment) or with synchronous motor Watch movements {including stop-watch movements), assembled: A. With balance-wheel and hairspring 6,2 subject to subject to amin. of a mm. of 0-40 ECU each 0,17 ECU each 6,2 Ceiling under surveillance of ECU covering all (dl Entry under Ihis subheading is subject lo conditions m be determined by lhe compelem authorities See.Iso Section II. pur.igruph it. ol' the I'rehnim.iry Provisions of the Anne» to the CCT 272

275 Raie ol Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Conventional (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control 91 OK Clock movements, assembled: A. Clock movements, assembled, without dial-, or hands, <ir with dials ur hands whether or not assembled thereon, constructed or designed to operate for over 47 hours without rewinding, having more than one jewel, for use in civil aircraft :.i 11. t ither 13 H Ceiling under surveillance ol' ECU Quota of ECU: Hong Kong Watch cases and parts of watch cases (1 Clock casts and cases of a similar type for other goods of this Chapter, and parts thereof ' * 91,1 1 Other clock and watch parts: A. Watchmakers' jewels precious and semi-precious stones, natural, synthetic, reconstructed or imitation), neither mounted nor set 8 b. Springs, including hairsprings C. Watch movements, unassembled: 1. With balance-wheel and hairspring SllhjCet I, a nun. of (1-40 FCC each 6,2 subject to.1 mm. of 0,17 ECU II. Olher 6,2 II. (lock movements, unassembled 6,2!.. Rough watch movements II 7,5 F. Other 11 5,1 A;R;C'h 273

276 Rale of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 FIcading Autonomous Conventional Inclusion (EEC) No 3599/85 Bencftciaties Type of control CHAP 1ER 91 MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS; SOUND RECORDERS OR REPRODUCERS; TELEVISION IMAGE AND SOUND ; RECORDERS OR REPRODUCERS; PARTS AND ACCESSORIES OF SUCH ARTICLES j Pianos (including automatic pianos, whether or not with keyboards}; harpsichords and olher keyboard stringed instruments; harps but not including aeolian harps: A. Pianos (including automatic pianos, whether or not with keyboards): B. Other I. Upright pianos: New - Other II. Other '- 20 IS 21 5,8 6,2 4,9 6,3 X X A;R:Ch Ceiling under surveillance of ECU Quota of ECU: South Korea , Accordions, concertinas and similar musical instruments; mouth organs 15 7,5 * A;R,Ch ,9 X Percussion musical instruments (for example, drums, xylophones, cymbals. 6,3 X A;R;Cll Electro-magnetic, electrostatic, electronic and similar musical instruments 6 * Musical instruments not falling within any other heading of this Chaptef (for example, fairground organs, mechanical street organs, musical boxes, musical saws); mechanical singing birds; decoy calls and effects of all kinds; mouth-blown sound signalling instruments (for example, whistles and boatswains' pipes): B. Other 4,4 4,9 * A.R.Ch [92.09] Parts and accessories of musical instruments. including perforated music rolls and mechanisms for musical boxes; metronomes, tuning forks and pitch pipes of all kinds: 18 3,2 x 17 4,9 C. Other 18 5 χ 274

277 Rale of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous Conventional (EEC) No 3599/85 Beneficiaries Type of control Gramophones, dictating machines and other sound recorders or reproducers, including record-players and tape decks, with or without sound-heads; television image and sound recorders or reproducers: A. Sound recorders or reproducers: I. Sound recorders II. Sound reproducers: a) Sound reproducers with laser optical reading system b) Other III. Combined sound recorders and reproducers: a) Using magnetic tapes on reels excluding cassettes, and allowing sound recording or reproduction either at a single speed of 19 cm per second or at several speeds if those comprise only 19 cm per second and lower speeds b) Other ,5 Ceiling under surveillance of ECU covering all A Quota of ECU covering all A: Hong Kong, South Korea B. Television image and sound recorders or reproducers Gramophone records and other sound or similar recordings; matrices for the production of records, prepared record blanks, film for mechanical sound recording, prepared tapes, wires, strips and like articles of a kind commonly used for sound or similar recording: 13 Ceiling under surveillance of ECU A. Prepared for recording, but not recorded Ceiling under surveillance of ECU covering all B. Recorded: 1. Wax recordings, discs, matrices and other intermediate forms, excluding magnetically recorded capes: a) For the production of records b) Other II. Other: a) Records: 1. For teaching languages 2. Other b) Other recording media (tapes, wires, strips and like articles): 1. Magnetically recorded for the scoring of cinematograph film 2. Other I ,35 ECU per 100 m 19.3,5 5,6 2,9. 4,9 0,74 ECU per 100 m 5,1 Other parts and accessories of apparatus falling within heading No 92.11: A. Sound-heads and parts thereof 211 6,3 B. Needles; diamonds, sapphires and other precious or semi-precious stones (natural, synthetic or reconstructed), whether or not mounted 13 3,8 C. Pail;, of babe metal, turned from bars, rods, angles, shapes, sections or wire, of solid section, the greatest diameter of which docs not exceed 25 mm.. D. Other 18 IS 4,9 5,8 275

278 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous Conventional (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control SECTION XIX ARMS AND AMMUNITION; PARTS THEREOF CHAPTER 9Ì ARMS AND AMMUNITION; PARTS THEREOF Side-arms (for example, swords, cutlasses and bayonets) and pans thereof and scabbards and sheaths therefor Revolvers and pistols, being firearms: A. 9 mm calibre and higher B. Other S,l 6,7 Artillery weapons, machine-guns, sub-machine-guns and other military firearms and projectors (other than revolvers and pistols) Other firearms, including Very light pistols, pistols and revolvers for firing blank ammunition only, line-throwing guns and the like: A. Sporting and target shooting guns, rifles and carbines B. Other IS 16 6,3 5,3 Arms of other descriptions, including air, spring and similar pistols, rifles and guns Parts of arms, including gun barrel blanks, but not including parts of sidearms: A. Of arms of heading No B. Of other arms; I. Roughly sawn gun stock blocks II. Other parts: a) Of arms of heading No b) Other 5,1 4,9 Bombs, grenades, torpedoes, mines, guided weapons and missiles and similar munitions of war, and parts thereof; ammuniton and parts thereof, including cartridge wads; lead shot prepared for ammunition: A. For revolvers and pistols falling within heading No and for submachine-guns falling within heading No

279 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous % Conventional Inclusion (EEC) No 3599/85 Beneficiaties Type of control (cont'd) 11. Other: 1. For military purposes: ai For weapons falling within heading No b) Other 12 II. Other: b) Other 1" 2.5 4,9 6 5,6 x χ x x 277

280 Rale of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous % Conventional (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control SECTION XX MISCELLANEOUS MANUFACTURED ARTICLES CHAPTER 94 FURNITURE AND PARTS THEREOF; BEDDING, MATTRESSES, MATTRESS SUPPORTS, CUSHIONS AND SIMILAR STUFFED FURNISHINGS Chairs and other scats (other than those falling within heading No 94.02), whether or not convertible into beds, and parts thereof: A. Chairs and other seats, not leather covered (excluding parts thereof), for use in civil aircraft (a) '- B. Other: I. Specially designed lor aircraft 12 II. Other IX 4.4 5,6 A;Ch Medical, dental, surgical or veterinary furniture (for example, operating tables, hospital beds with mechanical fittings); dentists' and similar chairs with mechanical elevating, rotating or reclining movements; parts of the foregoing articles 4.9 A:R:Ch Other furniture and parts thereof: A. Furniture (excluding pans thereof;, for use in civil aircraft (a) li. Other furniture 5,6.A;Ch Ceiling under surveillance of 4 92Í 000 ECU Mattress supports; articles of bedding or similar furnishing fitted with springs or stuffed or internally fitted wiih any material or of expanded, foam or sponge rubber or expanded, foam or sponge artificial plastic material, whether or not covered (for example, mattresses, quills, eiderdowns, cushions, pouffes and pillows): A. Articles of bedding or similar furnishing ot expanded, foam artificial plastic material, whether or not covered *. sponge

281 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autcnomous % Conventional Inclusion (EEC) No 3599/85 Beneficiaries Type of conttol CHAPTER 95 ARTICLES AND MANUFACTURES OF CARVING OR MOULDING MATERIAL [95.01) [95.02] [ [95.04] Worked tortoise-shell, mother of pearl, ivory, bone, horn, coral (natural or agglomerated) and other animal carving material, and articles of those materials: A. Coral (natural or agglomerated), worked: B. Other: '5 5,1 7 2,5 χ * A;R:Ch 1. Plates, sheets, rods, tubes, discs and similar forms, not polished II. Other S 3,2 17 5,6 χ * [95.06] [95.07] Worked vegetable or mineral carving material and articles of those materials; moulded or carved articles of wax, of stearin, of natural gums or natural resins (for example, copal or rosin) or of modelling pastes, and other moulded or carved articles not elsewhere specified or included; worked, unhardened gelatin (except gelatin falling within heading No 35.03) and articles of unhardened gelatin: A. Vegetable or mineral carving material in plates, sheets, rods, tubes. * 279

282 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous 'Ί, Conventional Inclusion (EEC) No 3599/85 Beneficiaries Type of control CHAPTER 9(> BROOMS, BRUSHES, POWDER-PUFFS AND SIEVES Brooms' and brushes, consisting of twigs or other vegetable materials merely bound together and not mounted in a head (for example, besoms and whisks), with or without handles; other brooms and brushes (including brushes of a kind used as parts of machines); prepared knots and tufts for broom or brush making; paint rollers; squeegees (other than roller squeegees) and mops: A. Brooms and brushes, consisting of tvsigs or other vegetable materials merely bound together and not mounted in a head (for example, besoms and whisks), with <>r without handles; prepared knots and tufts for broom or lì. Other: 18 5,8 X A.R.Ch I. Tooth brushes 111. Other: 25 6, ,7 X A;Ch A;R:Ch Paint, distemper, varnish and similar brushes, brushes for cosmetics and personal toiletry; road-sweeping brushes: household type brooms and brushes, including shoe brushes and clothes brushes: brushes for grooming animals Other X Ceiling under surveillance of ECU Quota of ECU: China. Hong Kong South Korea [ [96.03] [96.04] Powder-puffs and pads for applying cosmetics or toilet preparations, of 20 6,2 A;R.Ch «A:R:Ch 280

283 Rate ol' Dut) THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous Consenlion.il Inclusion (EEC) No 3599/85 Beneficiaries Type of control CHAP 1ER 97 TOYS, GAMES AND SPORTS REQUISITES; PARTS THEREOF Wheeled toys designed to be ridden by children (for example, toy bicycles 21 10,5 A:R;C h Dolls: A. Dolls (dressed or undressed) 25 8 Ceiling under surveillance of ECU covering all A:R:(Ti Quota of ECU covering all 97.02: Hong Kong Other toys; working models of a kind used for recreational purposes: A. Of wood A',R;Ch Ceiling under surveillance of ECU covering all B. Other 24 8 Quota of ECU covering all 97.03: South Korea Quola of ECU covering all 97.03: Hong Kong Equipment for parlour, table and funfair games for adults or children [including billiard tables and pintables and table-tennis requisites): 23 A:R;(h Ceiling under surveillance of ECU covering all li. rable tennis hats, balls and nets 21 A:R:Ch Quota of ECU covering all 97.04: Hong Kong t. Other 21 5, Carnival articles; entertainment articles (for example, conjuring tricks and novelty jokes); Christmas tree decorations and similar articles for Christmas festivities (for example, artificial Christmas trees, Christmas stockings, imitation yule logs, Nativity scenes and figures therefor) 6.2 -VICCIi Ceiling under surveillance of ECU Quola of ECU : Hong Kong Appliances, apparatus, accessories and requisites for gymnastics or athletics, or for sports and outdoor games (other than articles falling within heading No 97.04): 19 I-ree p.m. χ 19 7,3 C. Other 19 6 A;R:C'h Fish-hooks, line fishing rods and tackle; fish landing nets and butterfly nets; decoy "birds", lark mirrors and similar hunting or shooting requisites: 10 3,8 B. Other 17 6,9 A;R:Ch Ceiling under surveillance of ECU Roundabouts, swings, shooting galleries and other fairground amusements; 4,1 281

284 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous % Conven- 'ional % Inclusion of 3C (EEC) No 3599/85 Beneficiaries Type of control CHAPTER 98 MISCELLANEOUS MANUFACTURED ARTICLES Buttons and button moulds, studs, cuff-links, and press-fasteners, including snap-fasteners and press-studs; blanks and parts of such articles: 13 6,2 B. Buttons, studs, cuff-links and press-fasteners and parts thereof 18 7,2 χ Slide fasteners and parts thereof: A. Slide fasteners with scoops of base metal; parts thereof, of base metal 16 1 X B. Other Fountain pens, stylograph pens and pencils (including ball point pens and pencils) and other pens, pen-holders, pencil-holders and similar holders, propelling pencils and sliding pencils; parts and fittings thereof, other than those falling within heading No or 98.05: A. Fountain pens and stylograph pens and pencils (including ball point. 22 7,2 χ B. Other pens, pen-holders; propelling pencils and sliding pencils; pencil * C. Parts and fittings: I. Parts of base metal, turned from bars, rods, angles, shapes, sections or wire, of solid section II. Other 17 5,1 17 4,9 X A:R;Ch Pen nibs and nib points: A. Pen nibs: I. Of gold 10 3,2 χ 16 4,6 5 1,8 χ Pencils (other than pencils of heading No 98.03), pencil leads, slate pencils, crayons and pastels, drawing charcoals and writing and drawing chalks; tailors' and billiards chalks: A. Pencils, pencil leads, slate pencils, crayons, pastels and drawing charcoals: ' I. Pencils with "leads" encased in wood or in a rigid paper sheath 11. Other 17 5,6 4,*) χ x A:R;C'h B. Writing and drawing chalks; tailors' and billiards chalks 10 3, Slates and boards, with writing or drawing surfaces, whether framed or not 17 5,6 - A;R;C'h Date, scaling or ing stamps, and the like (including devices for printing or embossing labels), designed for operating in the hand; handoperated composing sticks and hand printing sets incorporating such 16 4,6 A;R:Ch Typewriter and similar ribbons, whether or not on spools; ink-pads, with or without boxes 16 5,3 * A;R;C'h 282

285 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986.Autonomous % Conventional % (EEC) No 3599/85 Type of control Scaling wax (including bottle-sealing wax) in sticks, cakes or similar forms; copying pastes with a basis of gelatin, whether or not on a paper or textilebacking 12 Mechanical lighters and similar lighters, including chemical and electrical lighters, and parts thereof, excluding (lints and wicks: A. Parts of base metal, turned from bars, rods, angles, shapes, sections or wire, of solid section, the greatest diameter of which does not exceed 25 mm 15 B. Other ,5 A;R;C'h Smoking pipes; pipe bowls, stems and other parts of smoking pipes (including roughly shaped blocks of wood or root); cigar and cigarette holders and parts thereof: A. Roughly shaped blocks of wood or roor, for the manufacture of pipes 6 B. Other 18 2,5 6, Combs, hair-slides and the like 22 A'.RX'h [98.13] 98. Scent and similar sprays of a kind used for toilet purposes, and mounts and heads therefor Vacuum flasks and other vacuum vessels, compiere with cases; parts thereof, other than glass inners: A. Vacuum flasks and other vacuum vessels, complete with cases, basing a capacity not exceeding 0-75 litre 26 B. Other 26 1! 13 A.Ch A;Ch Tailors' dummies and other lay figures; auttimata and other animated displays of a kind used for shop window dressing 18 4,9 283

286 Rate of Duty THE COMMUNITY'S GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME 1986 Autonomous % Conventional 'V, Inclusion (EEC) No 3599/85 Beneficiaries Type of control SECTION XXI WORKS OF ART, COLLECTORS' PIECES, AND ANTIQUES CHAPTER 99 WORKS OF ART, COLLECTORS' PIECES, AND ANTIQUES Paintings, drawings and pastels, executed entirely by hand (other than industrial drawings falling within heading No and other than hand Original engravings, prints and lithographs Original sculptures and statuary, in any material ] Postage, revenue and similar stamps (including stamp-postmarks and franked envelopes, letter-cards and the like), used, or if unused not of Collections and collectors' pieces of zoologica!, botanical, miner alogica 1, anatomical, historical, archaeological, paleontológica!, ethnographic or

287 Agricultural products originating in least developed countries admitted into the Community for dutyfree import (a) Live horses, asses, mules and ninnies A II Pure bred breeding animals, goats, live (b) Other live animals A 1 Meat of horses, asses, mules and hinnies, fresh, chilled or frozen A 1Mb) Meat of swine, other than domestic swine, fresh, chilled or frozen Β II a) Offals of horses, asses, mules and hinnies, fresh, chilled or frozen Β II b) Offals of bovine animals, fresh, chilled or frozen B lid) Other offals, fresh, chilled or frozen Other meat and edible meat offals, fresh, chilled or frozen A Horsemeat, salted, in brine or dried C I b) Offals of bovine animals, salted, in brine, dried or smoked C II b) Offals of sheep and goats, salted, in brine, dried or smoked C 111 Other meat and edible meat offals, salted, in brine, dried or smoked CHAPTER 3 FISH, CRUSTACEANS AND MOLLUSCS A II Eggs in shell, other than poultry eggs, fresh or préservée Natural honey Edible products of animal origin, not elsewhere specified or included CHAPTER 5 PRODUCTS OF ANIMAL ORIGIN, NOT ELSEWHERE SPECIFIED OR INCLUDED CHAPTER 6 LIVE TREES AND OTHER PLANTS; BULBS, ROOTS AND THE LIKE; CUT FLOWERS AND ORNAMENTAL FOLIAGE A Potatoes, fresh or chilled F Leguminous vegetables, shelled or unshelled, fresh or chilled G III Horse radish (Codilearia armoracia) (a) Agricultural products qualifying under the ordinary arrangements for exemption or total temporary suspension of the Common Customs Tariffare only token entries. (b) Entry under this subheading is subject to conditions to be determined by the competent authorities. ex K Asparagus, from 1 October to 31 January S Sweet peppers, fresh or chilled T Other vegetables, fresh or chilled B Other vegetables (whether or not cooked), preserved by freezing ex Vegetables provisionally preserved in brine, in sulphur water or in other preservative solutions, but not specially prepared for immediate consumption, excluding olives (07.03 A) A Onions, dried, dehydrated or evaporated, whole, cut, sliced, broken or in powder, but not further prepared ex B Olher dried, dehydrated or evaporated vegetables, whole, cut. sliced, broken or in powder, but not further prepared, excluding olives Dried leguminous vegetables, shelled, whether or not skinned or split B Other ex Dates, bananas, coconuts, brazil nuts, cashew nuts, pineapples, avocados, mangoes, guavas and mangosteens, fresh or dried, shelled or not, excluding fresh bananas and fresh pineapples B Mandarins (including tangerines and salsumas); clémentines, wilkings and other similar citrus hybrids: ex I. Clementines, from 15 May to 15 September ex II. Other, from 15 May to 15 September D Grapefruit, fresh or dried E Other citrus fruit, fresh or dried D Pistachios, fresh or dried, shelled or not E Pecans, fresh or dried, shelled or not F Areca (or betel) and cola, fresh or dried, shelled or not ex G Other nuts, fresh or dried, shelled or not, excluding hazelnuts E Other stone fruit, fresh C Bilberries (fruit of the species Vaccinium myrtilius) E Papaws, fresh F Other berries, fresh Other fruit, fresh Fruit (whether or not cooked), preserved by freezing, not containing added sugar, excluding strawberries 285

288 CHAPTER 9 Fruit provisionally preserved (for example, by sulphur dioxide gas, in brine, in sulphur water or in other preservative solutions), but unsuitable in that state for immediate consumption Fruit, dried, other than that falling within heading No 08.01, 08.02, 08.03, or Peel of melons and citrus fruit, fresh, frozen, dried, or provisionally preserved in brine, in sulphur water or in other preservative solutions COFFEE, TEA, MATE AND SPICES A Rice for sowing (a) 1.04 A Flour of dried leguminous vegetables falling within heading No Β Flour of the fruits falling within any heading in Chapter Flour, meal and flakes of potato 1.08 Β Inulin ex CHAPTER 12 OIL SEEDS AND OLEAGINOUS FRUIT; MISCELLANEOUS GRAINS, SEEDS AND FRUIT; INDUSTRIAL AND MEDICAL PLANTS; STRAW AND FODDER; EXCLUDING SUGAR BEET AND SUGAR CANE FALLING WITHIN HEADING No CHAPTER 13 LACS; GUMS; RESINS AND OTHER VEGETABLE SAPS AND EX TRACTS CHAPTER VEGETABLE PLAITING MATERIALS; VEGETABLE PRODUCTS NOT ELSEWHERE SPECIFIED OR INCLUDED Fats of bovine cattle, sheep or goats, unrendered; rendered or solvent-extracted fats (including 'premier jus') obtained from those unrendered fats Lard stearin, oleastearin and tallow stearin; lard-oil, oleo-oil and tallow oil, not emulsified or mixed or prepared in any way Fats and oils, of fish and marine mammals, whether or not refined Wool grease and fatty substances derived therefrom (including lanolin) Fatty acids; acid oils from refining; fatty alcohols Glycerol and glycerol lyes Animal or vegetable oils and fats, wholly or partly hydrogenated, or solidified or hardened by any other process, whether or not refined, but not further prepared Margarine, imitation lard and other prepared edible fats Spermaceti, crude, pressed or refined, whether or not coloured; beeswax and other insect waxes, whether or not coloured Vegetable waxes, whether or not coloured A Degras Β II Residues resulting from the treatment of fatty substances or animal or vegetable waxes, excluding products falling within subheading Β I A I Other prepared or preserved liver of goose or ducks B II Other prepared or preserved meat or meal offal or game or rabbit Β 111 Other prepared or preserved meat or meat offal, containing bovine meat or b) I bb) offal, other products than those falling within subheading Β III b) 1 aa) Β Other prepared or preserved meat or meat offal 1Mb) Meat extracts, meat juices and fish extracts Prepared or preserved fish, including caviar and caviar substitutes Crustaceans and molluscs, prepared or preserved Sugar confectionery, not containing cocoa CHAPTER 18 COCOA AND COCOA PREPARATIONS CHAPTER :9 PREPARATIONS OF CEREALS, FLOUR OR STARCH; PASTRY COOKS' PRODUCTS Other animal oils and fats (including neat's-foot oil and fats from bones or waste) Fixed vegetable oils, fluid or solid, crude, refined or purified, excluding olive oil falling within subheading A Animal and vegetable oils, boiled, oxidized, dehydrated, sulphurized, blown or polymerized by heat in vacuum or in inert gas, or otherwise modified ex CHAPTER 20 PREPARATIONS OF VEGETABLES, FRUIT OR OTHER PARTS OF PLANTS, excluding: products falling within subheadings A 1 a), A 1 b), 2, Β I a) 1 aa), Β 1 a) I bb) 22. Β I b) 1 aa) 22 and Β I b) 1 bb) 22 juice of pineapples, falling within subheadings A Ilia) and A Ell (a) Entry under this subheading is subject to the conditions to be determined by the competent authorities. ex CHAPTER 21 MISCELLANEOUS EDIBLE PREPARATIONS, EXCLUDING SUGAR SYRUPS FALLING WITHIN SUBHEADING F 286

289 ex CHAPTER 22 BEVERAGES, SPIRITS AND VINEGAR, EXCLUDING PRODUCTS FALLING WITHIN HEADINGS AND SUBHEADINGS No 22.04, 22.05, A AND C Flours and meals, of meat, offals, fish, crustaceans or molluscs, unfit for human consumption ; greaves Β Bran, sharps and other residues derived from the sifting, milling or working of leguminous vegetables Β Products of vegetable origin of a kind used for animal food, not elsewhere specified or included, other than those falling within subheading A A Sweetened forage; other preparations of a kind used in animal feeding: fish or marine mammal solubles C Sweetened forage; other preparations of a kind used in animal feeding, other than those products falling within subheadings A and Β A Unmanufactured Virginia 'flue-cured' type tobacco(') Other unmanufactured tobaccos ( l ) ex Β Other unmanufactured tobaccos; excluding tobacco refuse ( 2 ) Manufactured tobacco; tobacco extracts and essences (') The customs duty is suspended up to the limit of the quota of tonnes opened for all beneficiaries on the list A;R. ( 2 ) The customs duty is suspended up to the limit of the quota of tonnes opened for all beneficiaries on the list A; R. 287

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291 ADDENDUM Products subject to zero duty Community preferential tariff quotas and ceilings (b) (c) Allocation of quotas Communily tariff quotas Ceilings Order No CCT heading No and NIMHXL code Beneficiary countries or territories Individual quola amount (ECUMa) Amount of first tranche (ECU) (a) Initial share of quola amounts allocated lo Member Stales (ECU)(a) Amount of reserve (ECU) (a) Individual ceil ing for countries or territories olher than those under column 4 (ECUMa) (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (*) (28.16-all s) Ammonia, anhydrous or in aqueous solu tion Libya BNL DK D GR E F IRL I Ρ UK A ex I ( ) Ammonium chloride China BNL DK D GR E F IRL I Ρ UK A II ( ) Barium chloride China BNL DK D GR E F IRL I Ρ UK (a) Unless otherwise indicated. (b) Preferences are not granted in respect of the products, marked with an asterisk, originating in Romania. (c) Preferences are not granted in respect of the products, marked with two asterisks, originating in China. 289

292 Order No CCT heading No and NIMEXE code Beneficiary countries or territories Individual quoia amount (ECU) (a) Community tariff quotas Amount of first tranche (ECU) (a) Initial share of quota amounts allocated to Member States (ECU) (a) Amount of reserve (ECU) (a) Ceilings Individual ceiling for countries or territories other than those under column 4 (ECU) (a) (D (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) A II ( ,35) Carbonates of sodium Romania BNL DK D GR E F IRL i Ρ UK A ex VII ( ) Barium carbonate China BNL DK D GR E F IRL I Ρ UK Il DII ( ) Styrene Brazil BNL DK D GR E F IRL I Ρ UK (a) Unless otherwise indicated. 290

293 Order No CCT heading No and NIMEXE code Beneficiary countries or territories Individual quota amount (ECU) (a) Community tariff quotas Amount of first tranche (ECU)(a) Initial share of quota amounts allocated to Member States (ECU) (a) Amount of reserve (ECUMa) Ceilings Individual ceiling for countries or lerr'tories other than those under column 4 (ECUMa) (Il '21 (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) A I ( ) Methanol (methyl alcohol) Libya Romania BNL D K D GR E F IRL I Ρ UK Β II ( ) Hydroquinone (quinol) China BNL DK D GR E F IRL I Ρ UK A II c) ex 1 (29.-31) Ethyl acetate China BNL DK D GR E F IRL I Ρ UK (a) Unless otherwise indicated. 291

294 Order No CCT heading No and NIMEXE code Beneficiary countries or territories Individual quota amount (ECU) (a) Community tariff quotas Amount of first tranche (ECU)(a) Initial share of quota amounts allocated to Member Stales (ECU)(a) Amount of reserve (ECUMa) Ceilings Individual ceiling for countries or territories other than those under column 4 (ECUMa) (I) (-t (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) A IV a) ( ) Citric acid China BNL DK D GR E F IRL I Ρ UK Β Id) ( ) O-acetylsalicylic acid esters and its salts and China BNL D Κ D GR E F IRL I Ρ UK Il A ex III ( ) Isopropylamine and its salts Romania BNL DK D GR E F IRL I Ρ UK (a) Unless otherwise indicated. 292

295 Community tariff quotas Ceilings Order No CXT heading No and NIMEXE code Beneficiary counlriesor territories Individual quota amount (ECUMa) Amount of first tranche (ECUMa) Initial share of quota amounts allocated to Member States (ECU)(a) Amount of reserve (ECU)(a) Individual ceiling for countries or territories other than those under column 4 (ECUMa) (D (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) Dili ( ) Glutamic acid and its salts Brazil South Korea Thailand BNL DK D GR E F IRL I Ρ UK N ( ) Coumarin, methylcoumarins and ethylcoumarins China BNL DK D GR E F IRL 1 Ρ UK ex Q ( ) Melamine Romania BNL DK D GR E F IRL 1 Ρ UK (a) Unless otherwise indicated. 293

296 Community tariff quotas Ceilings Order No CCT heading No and NIMEXE code Beneficiary countries or territories Individual quota amount (ECU)(a) Amount of first tranche (ECUMa) Initial share of quota amounts allocated to Member States (ECUMa) Amount of reserve (ECUMa) Individual ceiling for countries or territories other than those under column 4 (ECU) (a) (I) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) '8) (9) ( ) Sulphonamides China BNL DK D GR E F IRL 1 Ρ UK Β IV ( ) Vitamin C China BNL DK D GR E F IRL I Ρ UK Β ( ) Chloramphenicol (INN) China BNL DK D GR E F IRL I Ρ UK (a) Unless otherwise indicated. 294

297 Community tariff quotas Ceilings Order No CCT heading No and NIMEXE,-nd, Beneficiary countries or territories Individual quota amount (ECUMa) Amount of first tranche (ECUMa) Initial share of quota amounts allocated to Member States (ECU) (a) Amount of reserve (ECUMa) Individual ceiling for countries or territories other than those under column 4 (ECU)(a) (I) (2) (3) (4 (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) ex C Tetracyclines ( ) (*) China BNL DK D GR E F IRL I 1' UK Β (*) ( ) Urea containing more than 45 % by weight of nitrogen on the dry anhydrous product Libya Venezuela BNL DK D GR E F IRL I Ρ UK A ( ) Alginic acid and its salts and esters China BNL DK D GR E F IRL 1 Ρ UK (a) Unless otherwise indicated. 295

298 Community tariff quotas Ceilings Order No CCT heading No and NIMEXE code Beneficiary countries or territories Individual quota amount (ECU)(a) Amount of first [ranche (ECUMa) Initial share of quota amounts allocated io Member States (ECU) (a) Amount of reserve (ECU)fa) Individual ceiling for countries or territories other than those under column 4 (ECU) (a) (2) (3) (5) (6) (n (8) (9) Β ex II Heparin (39.06-ex99) China BNL DK D GR E F IRL 1 Ρ UK B V ex d) ( ) Bags, sachets and similar articles, of polyethylene Hong Kong Singapore South Korea BNL DK D GR E F IRL I Ρ UK ex (*) ( ,23,52. 53) Rubber tyres, tyre cases, interchangeable tyre treads, inner tubes and tyre flaps, for wheels of all kinds: New inner tubes and tyre cases of the kind used on bicycles, cycles with an auxiliary motor, motor-cycles or motor-scooters South Korea BNL DK D GR E F IRL 1 Ρ UK (a) Unless otherwise indicated. 296

299 Community tariff quotas Ceilings Order No CCT heading No and NIMEXE code Beneficiary countries or territories Individual quota amount (ECUMa) Amount of first tranche (ECUMa) Initial share of quola amounts allocated to Member Stales (ECUMa) AriKiunl of reserve (ECU)(a) Individual ceiling for countries or territories other than those under column 4 (ECU)(a) (I) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) <«) (9) ex (*) ( ,25,27, 29,40,45,55,57, 62, 63, 80) Other (including tyre cases with sewnin inner tubes, for racing bicycles, and tyre flaps) South Korea BNL DK D GR E F IRL I Ρ UK ( ,28,31, 32,35,37,98) Bovine cattle leather (including buffalo leather) and equine leather, except leather falling within heading No or 41.08: ex C. Other, excluding leather not further prepared than tanned Argentina BNL D Κ D GR E F IRL I Ρ UK Brazil BNL DK D GR E F IRL I Ρ UK (a) Unless otherwise indicated. 297

300 Order No CCT heading No and NIMEXE code Beneficiary countries or territories Indiv idual quota amount (ECU)(a) Community tariff quotas Amount of first tranche (ECUMa) Initial share of quota amounts allocated to Member States (ECUMa) Amount of reserve (ECUMa) Ceilings Individual ceiling for countries or territories other than those under column 4 (ECÙMa) (D (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (S) (9) C ,, 17, 18) 16, Travel goods (for example, trunks, suitcases, hat boxes, travelling bags, rucksacks), shopping bags, handbags, satchels, brief cases, wallets, purses, toilet cases, tool cases, tobacco pouches, sheaths, cases, boxes (for example, for arms, musical instruments, binoculars, jewellery, bottles, collars, footwear, brushes) and similar containers, of leather or of composition leather, of vulcanized fibre, of artificial plastic sheeting, of paperboard or of textile fabric: Hong Kong South Korea I BNL DK D GR E F IRL I Ρ UK A. Of artificial plastic sheeting , ,23,25, 31,35,41,49,51, 59,60,91,99) Travel goods (for example, trunks, suitcases, hat boxes, travelling bags, rucksacks), shopping bags, handbags, satchels, brief cases, wallets, purses, toilet cases, tool cases, tobacco pouches, sheaths, cases, boxes (for example, for arms, musical instruments, binoculars, jewellery, bottles, collars, footwear, brushes) and similar containers, of leather or of composition leather, of vulcanized fibre, of artificial plastic sheeting, of paperboard or of textile fabric: South Korea Hong Kong BNL DK D GR E F IRL I Ρ UK B. Of other materials Brazil China BNL DK D GR E F IRL I Ρ UK (a) Unless otherwise indicated. 298

301 Ordet No CCT heading No and NIMEXE code Beneficiary countries or territories Indiv idual quota amount (ECU) (a) Communily tariff quolas Amount of first tranche (ECUMa) Initial share of quoia amounts allocalcd lo Member S.ales (ECU)(a) Amount of reserve (ECU)(a) Ceilings Individual ceiling for countries or territories other ih.tn those under column 4 (ECÙ)(a) ill (2) (3) (4) (71 (8) (9) Articles of apparel and clothing accesso ( , 25, 27, ries, of leather or of composition leather: 28,59) A Articles of apparel B. Gloves, including mittens and mitts: II. Special for sports III. Other C. Other clothing accessories China Hong Kong BNL DK D GR E F IRL I Ρ UK South Korea BNL DK D GR E F IRL I Ρ UK (*) Articles of apparel and clothing accesso ( ) ries, of leather or of composition leather: B. Gloves, including mittens and mitts: I. Protective, for all trades China BNL DK D GR E F IRL 1 Ρ UK (a) Unless otherwise indicated. 299

302 Order Nti CCT heading No and NIMEXE code Beneficiary countries or territories Individual quota amount (ECUMa) Community tariff quotas Amount of first tranche (ECUMa) Ι π inai share of quola amounts allocated lo Member Slates (ECU) (a) Amount of reserve (ECU)ia) Ceilings Individual ceiling for countries or territories other than those under column 4 (ECU)(a) (D (2) (3) (41 (5) (61 (7) (8) (9) (cont'd) (*) ( ) (cont'd) Hong Kong BNL DK D GR E F IRL I Ρ UK (*) (44.11-all s) Fibre building board of wood or othei vegetable material, whether or not bonded with natural or artificial resins or with other organic binders Brazil BNL DK D GR E F IRL I Ρ UK (*) (44.15-all s) Plywood, blockboard, laminboard, battenboard and similar laminated wood products (including veneered panels and sheets); inlaid wood and wood marquetry Brazil Indonesia Malaysia Philippines Singapore South Korea m' m' BNL DK D GR E F IRL 1 Ρ UK m' m' m' 160 m' m m' m' 730 m-' 130 m' m' m' m' (a) Unless otherwise indicated. 300

303 Order No CCT heading No and NIMEXE code Descripuon Beneficiary countries or terrilories Individual quola amount (ECU)la) Community tariff quotas Amount of first tranche (ECUMa) Initial share of quota amounts allocated lo Member Slates (ECUMa) Aritoum of reserve (ECUJ(a) Ceilings Individual ceiling for countries or territories olher th.tn those under column 4 (ECUMa) (Il (2) (31 (4) (5) 161 (7) (8) (9) (*)(**) (64.01-all s) Footwear with outer soles and uppers of rubber or artificial plastic material South Korea Hong Kong BNL DK D GR E F IRL I Ρ UK I (*)(**) ( ,29,32, 34,35,38,40,41, 43,45,47,49,50, 52, 54, 56, 58, 59) Footwear with outer soles of leather or composition leather; footwear (other than footwear falling within heading No 64.01) with outer soles of rubber or artificial plastic material: A. Footwear with uppers of leather Hong Kong BNL DK D GR E F IRL I Ρ UK Brazil South Korea I BNL D Κ D GR E F IRL I Ρ UK (a) Unless otherwise indicated. 301

304 Order No CCT heading No and NIMEXE code Beneficiary countries or territories Individual quota amount (ECUMa) Community tariff quotas Amount of first tranche (ECUMa) Initial share of quota amounts allocated to Member States (ECU)(a) Amount of reserve (ECU) (a) Ceilings Individual ceiling for countries or territories other than those under column 4 (ECUMa) (D (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (*)(**) ( ,61,69, 99) Footwear with outer soles of leather or composition leather, footwear (other than footwear falling within heading No 64.01) with outer soles of rubber or artificial plastic material: B. Other South Korea hong Kong BNL DK D GR E F IRL I Ρ UK (*) (64.04-all s) Footwear with outer soles of other materials China ! BNL D Κ D GR E F IRL 1 Ρ LIK (66.01-all s) Umbrellas and sunshades (including walking-stick umbrellas, umbrella tents, and garden and similar umbrellas) Hong Kong BNL DK D GR E F IRL I Ρ UK (a) Unless otherwise indicated. 302

305 Order No CCT heading No and NIMEXE code Beneficiary countries or territories Individual quota amount (ECU)(a) Community tariff quotas Amount of first tranche (ECU) (a) Initial share of quota amounts allocated to Member States (ECUMa) Amount of reserve (ECU)(a) Ceilings Individual ceiling for countries or lerr'iories other than those under column 4 (ECU)(a) (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (69.08 all s) Glazed setts, flags and paving, hearth and wall tiles South Korea I I BNL DK D GR ' E F IRL I Ρ UK Thailand BNL DK D GR E F IRL I Ρ UK I (*)(**) Tableware and other articles of a kind (69.1 I all commonly used for domestic or toilet purs) poses, of porcelain or china (including biscuit porcelain and parían) South Korea BNL DK D GR E F IRL I Ρ UK (a) Unless otherwise indicated. 303

306 Community tariff quotas Ceilings Order No CCT heading No and NIMEXE code Beneficiary countries or territories Individual quota amount (ECU)(a) Amount of first tranche (ECUMa) Initial share of quota amounts allocated to Member States (ECU)(a) Amount of reserve (ECUMa) Individual ceiling for countries or territories other than those under column 4 (ECUMa) U') (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) '8) (9) ( ) Tableware and other articles of a kind commonly used for domestic or toilet purposes, or other kinds of pottery: B. Stoneware South Korea BNL D K D GR E F IRL I Ρ UK (*)(**) ( ,39) C. Earthenware or fine pottery South Korea BNL DK D GR E F IRL I Ρ UK (70.-19,91,95) Illuminating glassware, signalling glassware and optical elements of glass, not optically worked nor of optical glass: A. Articles for electrical lighting fittings: II. B. other Other (for example, diffusers, ceiling lights, bowls, cups, lampshades, globes, tulip-shaped pieces) Hong Kong Romania I BNL DK D GR E h IRL I Ρ UK I (a) Unless otherwise indicated. 304

307 Order No CCT heading No and NIMEXE code Beneficiary countries or territories Individual quota amount (ECUMa) Community tariff quotas Amounl of first iranche (ECU)(a) Initial share of quota amounts allocated to Member Slates (ECUMa) Amount of reserve (ECUMa) Ceilings Individual ceiling for countries or territories olher th.tn those under column 4 (ECÙMa) (I) (2) (3) (4) (5) 161 (7) (8) (9) (71.16 all s) Imitation jewellery South Korea BNL DK D GR E F IRL I Ρ UK Hong Kong I BNL DK D GR E F IRL I Ρ UK (a) Unless otherwise indicated. 305

308 Community tariff quotas Order No CCT heading No and NIMEXE code Beneficiary countries or territories Individual quota amount (ECU) Amount of shares allocated to Member Slates (ECU) Individual ceiling for countries or territories other than those under column 4 (ECU) (D (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (*)(**) Iron or steel coils for re-rolling ,03, 05,07,21,25, 29,41,45,49) Brazil South Korea Venezuela BNL DK D GR E F IRL I Ρ UK !()(*)(**) Bars and rods (including wire rod), of iron or steel, hot- Argentina ( ,12. rolled, forged, extruded, cold-formed or cold-finished (in- Brazil. 15, 17, 18, eluding precision-made); hollow mining drill steel : Venezuela 42) A. Not further worked than hot-rolled or extruded D. Clad or surface-worked (for example, polished, coated): I. Not further worked than clad: a) Hot-rolled or extruded! BNL DK D GR E F IRL I Ρ UK :

309 Order No CCT heading No and NIMEXF. code Beneficiary countries or territories Individual quota amount (ECUMa) Community tariff quotas Amount of first tranche (ECU) (a) Initial share of quola amounts allocated to Member Stales (ECU) (a) Amount of reserve (ECU)(a) Ceilings Individual ceiling for countries or territories other than those under column 4 (ECUMa) (I) 12) (3) (4) (5) (61 (7) (8) (9) ( ,30,45, 49) Bars and rods (including wire rod), of iron or steel, hot-rolled, forged, extruded, coldformed or cold-finished (including precision-made); hollow mining drill steel: B. Not further worked than forged C. Not further worked than cold-formed or cold-finished D. Clad or surface-worked (for example, polished, coated): I. Not further worked than clad: II. b) Cold-formed or cold-finished Other Romania BNL DK D GR E F IRL 1 Ρ UK ( ,31,39, 43,49) Angles, shapes and sections, of iron or steel, hot-rolled, forged, extruded, coldformed or cold-finished; sheet piling of iron and steel, whether or not drilled, punched or made from assembled elements: A. Angles, shapes and sections: II. Not further worked than forged III. Not further worked than coldformed or cold-finished IV. Clad or surface-worked (for example, polished, coated): a) Not further worked than clad: 2. Cold-formed or coldfinished b) Other Romania BNL DK D GR E F IRL I Ρ UK (a) Unless otherwise indicated 307

310 Community tariff quotas Order No CCT heading No and NIMEXE code Beneficiary countries or territories Individual quola amount (ECU) Amount of shares allocated to Member Slates (ECU) Individual ceiling for countries or territories other than those under column 4 (ECU) (D (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) I3(*)(**) Sheets and plates, of iron or steel, hot-rolled or cold-rolled: ( , 16, 17, 19,21,23, A. 'Electrical' sheets and plates 26,32,34,36, B. Other sheets and plates: 43, 45, 47, 49, I. Not further worked than hot-rolled 50, 64, 65, 67, 68, 72, 74, 76, II. Not further worked than cold-rolled, of a thickness 78, 79, 82, 84, of: 86,87,88,89, b) More than 1 mm but less than 3 mm 92) c) I mm or less Argentina Brazil South Korea BNL DK D GR E F IRL 1 Ρ UK I I III. Not further worked than burnished, polished or glazed IV. Clad, coated or otherwise surface-treated: b) Tinned c) Zinc-coated or lead-coated d) Other (for example, copper-plated, artificially oxidized, lacquered, nickel-plated, varnished, clad, parkerized, printed) V. Otherwise shaped or worked: a) Cut into shapes other than rectangular shapes, but not further worked: 2. Other 308

311 Order No CCT heading No and NIMEXF. code Beneficiary countries or territories Individual quota amount (ECUMa) Community tariff quotas Amount of first tranche (ËCUMa) Initial share of quota amounts allocated to Member Stales (ECUMa) Amount of reserve (ECU)(a) Ceilings Individual ceiling for countries or territories other than those under column 4 (ECUMa) (I) (2) (3) (4) (5) (61 (7) (8) (9) (73. all s) ( ,90) Iron or steel wire, whether or not coated, but not insulated Alloy steel and high carbon steel in the form mentioned in heading Nos to 73.: A. High carbon steel: I. Ingots, blooms, billets, slabs and sheet bars: a) Forged II. Pieces roughly shaped by forging Romania I I Brazil Romania South Korea BNL DK D GR E F IRL I Ρ UK BNL DK D GR F. F IRL I Ρ UK Il ( ,50,74, 79) Bars and rods (including wire rod) and hollow mining drill steel; angles, shapes and sections: a) Not further worked than forged c) Not further worked than cold formed or cold finished d) Clad or surface worked (for example, polished, coated): 1. Not further worked than clad: bb) Cold formed cold finished or 2. Other (a) Unless otherwise indicated. 309

312 Community tariff quotas Ceilings Order No CCT heading No and NIMEXE code Beneficiary countries or territories Individual quota amount (ECUMa) Amount of first tranche (ECU) (a) Initial share of quota amounts allocated to Member States (ECUMa) Amount of reserve (ECU)(a) Individual ceiling for countries or territories other than those under column 4 (ECU) (a) d) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (cont'd) /cont'd) ( , 75, 79, 90) ( ) ( ,81,86, 89) VI. Hoop and strip: b) Not further worked than cold-rolled c) Clad, coated or otherwise surface-treated: 1. Not further worked than clad: bb) Cold-rolled 2. Other d) Otherwise shaped or worked (for example, perforated, chamfered, lap-jointed) VII. Sheets and plates: d) Otherwise shaped or worked: 2. Other, excluding sheets and plates shaped by rolling VIII. Wire, whether or not coated, but not insulated (a) Unless otheru i^e indicated. 310

313 Community tariff quotas Ceilings Order No CCT heading No and NIMEXE code Beneficiary countries or territories Individual quota amount (ECU) (a) Amount of first tranche (ECU)(a) Initial share of quota amounts allocated to Member States (ECU)(a) Amount of reserve (ECU)(a) Individual ceiling for countries or territories other than those under column 4 (ECU)(a) (D (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (com 'd) (com 'd) ( ,, ,94,99) B. Alloy steel: Ingots, blooms, billets, slabs and sheet bars: a) Forged Pieces roughly shaped by forging ( ,, 19, 43, 49, 53, 54, 55, 59, 74, 83, 89) Bars and rods (including wire rod) and hollow mining drill steel: angles, shapes and sections: a) Not further worked than forged c) Not further worked than cold-formed or cold-finished d) Clad or surface-worked (for example, polished, coated): 1. Not further worked than clad: bb) Cold-formed cold-finished or 2. Other ( ,53, 54, 59) VI. Hoop-and strip: b) Not further worked than cold-rolled c) Clad, coated or otherwise surface-treated: (a) Unless otherwise indicated. 311

314 Community tariff quotas Ceilings Order No CCT heading No and NIMEXE code Beneficiary countries or territories Individual quota amount (ECUMa) Amount of first tranche (ECUMa) Initial share of quoia amounts allocated to Member States (ECUMa) Amount of reserve (ECUMa) Individual ceiling for countries or territories other than those under column 4 (ECUMa) (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (cont'd) (com 'di ( , ) ( ,99) 1. Not further worked than clad: bb) Cold-rolled 2. Other d) Otherwise shaped or worked (for example, perforated, chamfered, lap-jointed) VII. Sheets and plates: b) Other sheets and plates: 4. Otherwise shaped or worked: bb) Other, excluding sheets and plates shaped by rolling ( ,, 15, 16,19) VIII Wire, whether or not coated, but not insulated (a) Unless otherwise indicated. 312

315 Community tariff quotas Order No CCT heading No and NIMEXE code Beneficiary countries or territories Individual (ECU) Amount of shares allocated to Member States (ECU) Individual ceiling for countries or territories other than those under column 4 (ECU) (D (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (*) ( ) ( ,30) ( ,29, 72) ( ,72) Alloy steel and high carbon steel in the forms mentioned in heading Nos to 73.: A. High carbon steel: I. Ingots, blooms, billets, slabs and sheet bars: b) Other: 2. Blooms, billets, slabs and sheet bars III. Coils for re-rolling IV. Universal plates Brazil South Korea BNL DK D GR I: F IRL I Ρ UK I V. Bars and rods (including wire rod) and hollow mining drill steel; angles, shapes and sections: b) Not further worked than hot-rolled or extruded d) Clad or surface-worked (for example, polished, coated): 1. Not further worked than clad: aa) Hot-rolled or extruded VI. Hoop and strip: a) Not further worked than hot-rolled c) Clad, coated or otherwise surface-treated: 1. Not further worked than clad: aa) Hot-rolled 313

316 Community tariff quotas Order No CCT heading No and NIMEXE code Beneficiary countries or territories Individual quola amount (ECU) Amount of shares allocated to Member Stales (ECU) Individual ceiling for countries or territories other than those under column 4 (ECU) (I) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (cont'd) (cont'd) ( ,23, 25,55,70,81) ( , 54, 55, 56, 59) ( , 13, 19,33,39) ( ,24, 25, 26, 29, 33, 34, 35, 36, 39, 72) A. VII. Sheets and plates: a) Not further worked than hot-rolled b) Not further worked than cold-rolled, of a thickness of: 2. Less than 3 mm c) Polished, clad, coated or otherwise surfacetreated d) Otherwise shaped or worked: 1. Cut into shapes other than rectangular shapes, but not further worked B. Alloy steel: I. Ingots, blooms, billets, slabs and sheet bars: b) Other: 2. Blooms, billets, slabs and sheet bars III. Coils for re-rolling IV. Universal plates V. Bars and rods (including wire rod) and hollow mining drill steel; angles, shapes and sections: b) Not further worked than hot-rolled or extruded d) Clad or surface-worked (for example, polished, coated): 1. Not further worked than clad: aa) Hot-rolled or extruded 3

317 Community tariff quotas Order No CCT heading No and NIMEXE code Beneficiary countries or territories Individual quota amount (ECU) Amount of shares allocated to Member States (ECU) Individual ceiling for countries or territories other than those under column 4 (ECU) (D (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (com 'd) (cont'd) ( ,23 29,72) ( , , 24, 29, , 39,43, 44, 49, 63, 64, 69, 73,79,83,84, 89) VI. Hoop and strip: a) Not further worked than hot-rolled c) Clad, coated or otherwise surface-treated: 1. Not further worked than clad: aa) Hot-rolled VII. Sheets and plates: a) 'Electrical' sheets and plates b) Other sheets and plates: 1. Not further worked than hot-rolled 2. Not further worked than cold-rolled, of a thickness of: bb) Less than 3 mm 3. Polished, clad, coated or otherwise surfacetreated 4. Otherwise shaped or worked: aa) Cut into shapes other than rectangular shapes, but not further worked 315

318 Community tariff quotas Ceilings Order No CCT heading No and NIMEXE Beneficiary countries or territories Individual quota amount (ECUMa) Amount of first tranche (ECU)(a) Initial share of quota amounts allocated to Member States (ECU) (a) Amount of reserve (ECUMa) Individual ceiling for countries or territories other than those under column 4 (ECUMa) (D (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) ( ,21,31, 35,39,55,59, 98) Stranded wire, cables, cordage, ropes, plaited bands, slings and the like, of iron or steel wire, but excluding insulated electric cables B. Other South Korea BNL DK D GR E F IRL I Ρ UK (73.31-all s) Nails, tacks, staples, hook-nails, corrugated nails, spiked cramps, studs, spikes and drawing pins, of iron or steel, whether or not with heads of other materials, but not including such articles with heads of copper Romania I BNL DK D GR E F IRL I Ρ UK I ( ,69) Bolts and nuts (including bolt ends and screw studs), whether or not threaded or tapped, screws (including screw hooks and screw rings), rivets, cotters, cotter-pins and similar articles, of iron or steel; washers (including spring washers) of iron or steel : B. Threaded or tapped: ex II. Other: Screws for wood "hina Hong Kong BNL D Κ D GR E F IRL 1 Ρ UK (a) Unless otherwise indicated. 316

319 Order No CCT heading No and NIMEXE code Beneficiary countries or territories Individual quola amount (ECUMa) Community tariff quotas Amount of first tranche (ECUMa) Initial share of quota amounts allocated to Member Slates (ECUMa) Amount of reserve (ECUMa) Ceilings Individual ceiling for countries or territories olherthan those under column 4 (ECUMa) (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (74.07-all s) Tubes and pipes and blanks therefor, of copper; hollow bars of copper Brazil BNL DK D GR E F IRL 1 Ρ UK ex Β ( ) Pliers (including cutting pliers), pincers, tweezers and the like China BNL DK D GR E F IRL I Ρ UK (82.04-all s) Hand tools, including glaziers' diamonds, not falling within any other heading of this Chapter; blow lamps, anvils; vices and clamps, other than accessories for, and parts of, machine tools; portable forges; grinding wheels with frameworks (hand or pedal operated) China BNL DK D GR E F IRL I Ρ UK I (a) Unless otherwise indicated. 317

320 Community tariff quotas Ceilings Order No CCT heading No and NIMEXE code Bcneficiarv countries or territories Individual quota amount (ECUMa) Amount of ftrvt tranche (ECUMa) Initial share of quola amounts allocated to Member States (ECU)(a) Amount of reserve (ECUMa) Individual ceiling for countries or territories other lhan ihose under column 4 (ECUMa) (I) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) ( , 19,50) Knives with cutting blades, serrated or not (including pruning knives), other than knives falling within heading No 82.06, and blades therefor: A. Knives South Korea SO 000 BNL D K D GR E F IRL 1 Ρ UK (cont'd) (com 'd) Hong Kong BNL DK D GR E F IRL I Ρ UK Il ) Spoons, forks, fish-eaters, butter-knives, ladles and similar kitchen or tableware: A. Of stainless steel South Korea BNL DK D GR E F IRL I Ρ UK (a) Unless otherwise indicated. 318

321 Order No CCT heading No and NIMEXE code Beneficiary countries or territories Individual quota amount (ECUMa) Community tariff quotas Amount of first tranche (ECU)(a) Initial share of quota amounts allocated to Member States (ECUMa) Amount of reserve (ECUMa) Ceilings Individual ceiling for countries or territories other than those under column 4 (ECU) (a) (Ι) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) ( all s) Locks and padlocks (key, combination or electrically operated), and parts thereof, of base metal; frames incorporating locks, for handbags, trunks or the like, and parts of such frames, of base metal; keys for any of the foregoing articles, of base metal Hong Kong I I BNL DK D GR E F IRL I Ρ UK I ( ,09,21, 29,35,36,37.43, 45,59.61,63, 67,69,71,73,75) Air pumps, vacuum pumps and air or gas compressors (including motor and turbo pumps and compressors, and free-piston generators for gas turbines); fans, blowers and the like: A. Pumps and compressors: II. Other pumps and compressors: a) Pumps (hand or foot operated) for inflating pneumatic tyres and the like b) Other pumps and compressors Singapore Brazil BNL DK D GR E 1 IRL I I' UK I I (a) Unless otherwise indicated. 319

322 Community tariff quotas Ceilings Order No CCT heading No and NIMEXE code Beneficiary countries or territories Individual quota amount (ECUMa) Amount of first tranche (ECU)(a) Initial share of quota amounts allocated to Member States (ECU)(a) Amount of reserve (ECU)(a> Individual ceiling for countries or territories other than those under column 4 (ECU)la) (I) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6i (7) (8) (9) Sewing machines; furniture specially de- ( , 13, ) signed for sewing machines; sewing machine needles: A. Sewing machines; furniture specially designed for sewing machines: I. Sewing machines (lock-stitch only), with heads of a weight not exceeding 16 kg without motor or 17 kg including the motor; sewing machine heads (lock-stitch only), of a weight not exceeding 16 kg without motor or 17 kg including the motor Brazil BNL DK D GR E F IRL I Ρ UK II. Other sewing machines and other sewing machine heads Portable electric battery and magneto ( ,95) lamps, other than lamps falling within heading No 85.09: B. Other Hong Kong BNL D Κ D GR E F IRL I Ρ UK ex A III ex Colour television receivers, with integral- South Korea b) tube ( ,47,48, Hong Kong 51) Singapore BNL D Κ D GR E F IRL I Ρ UK (a) Unless otherwise indicated. 320

323 Community tariff quotas Ceilings O der No CCT heading No and NIMEXE code Beneficiary countries or territories Individual quota amount (ECUMa) Amount of first tranche (ECUMa) Initial share of quota amounts allocated to Member Slates (ECUMa) Amount of reserve (ECUMa) Individual ceiling for countries or territories other than those under column 4 (ECU)(a) II) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) Radiotelegraphic and radiotelephonic ( , 13,, transmission and reception apparatus; ra 15.19,21,23,25, dio broadcasting and television transmis 31, 33, 35, 44,45, sion and reception apparatus (including re 52, 53, 55, 57, 58, ceivers, incorporating sound recorders or 59,82,84,86,87, reproducers) and television cameras; radio 89,91,99) navigational aid appparatus, radar apparatus and radio remote control apparatus: A. Radiotelegraphic and radiotéléphonie transmission and reception apparatus; radio broadcasting and television transmission and reception apparatus (including receivers incorporating sound recorders or reproducers) and television cameras: Hong Kong Singapore South Korea BNL D K D GR Ι Ε IRL I Ρ UK III. Receivers, whether or not combined with a sound recorder or reproducer: C. Parts: ex b) II. Other: Other, excluded colour television receivers with integral tube c) Other (85.18 all s) Electrical capacitors, fixed or variable Singapore South Korea BNL DK D GR E F IRL I Ρ UK (a) Unless otherwise indicated. 321

324 Order No CCT heading No and NIMEXE code Beneficiary countries or territories Individual quola amount (ECUMa) Community tariff quotas Amount of first tranche (ECUMa) Initial share of quota amounts allocated to Member States (ECUMa) Amount of reserve (ECUMa) Ceilings Individual ceiling for countries or territories other than those under column 4 (ECUMa) (I) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) ( ,53, 54,57,59,60,61, 63,69,71,73,75, 79,81,91,99) D. Diodes, transistors and similar semiconductor devices; light emitting diodes; electronic micro circuits E. Parts Hong Kong Singapore BNL DK D GR E F IRL 1 Ρ UK A I ex b) ( ) Motor vehicles, new, of a cylinder capacity not exceeding I 500 cm' South Korea BNL DK D GR E F IRL I Ρ UK Il (90.03 all s) Frames and mountings, and parts thereof, for spectacles, pince nez, lorgnettes, goggles and the like South Korea BNL DK D GR E F IRL I Ρ UK (a) Unless otherwise indicated. 322

325 Order No CCT heading No and NIMEXE code Beneficiary countries or territories Individual quota amount (ECUMa) Community tariff quotas Amount of first tranche (ECUMa) Initial share of quota amounts allocated to Member States (ECU)(a) Amount of reserve (ECUMa) Ceilings Individual ceiling for countries or territories other than those under column 4 (ECUMa) (I) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) ex Quartz watches ( ,22,24, 26) (91.04 all s) Other clocks Hong Kong Hong Kong BNL DK D GR E F IRL I Ρ UK BNL DK D GR E F IRL I Ρ UK (91.09 all s) Watch cases and parts of watch cases Hong Kong BNL DK D GR E F IRL I Ρ UK (a) Unless otherwise indicated. 323

326 Order No CCT heading No and NIMEXE code Beneficiary countries or territories Individual quota amount (ECUMa) Community tariff quotas Amount of first tranche (ECUMa) Initial share of quota amounts allocated to Member States (ECU)(a) Amount of reserve (ECU)(a) Ceilings Individual ceiling for countries or territories other than those under column 4 (ECUMa) (I) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) A ex I ( ) Upright pianos, new South Korea BNL DK D GR E F IRL I Ρ UK Gramophones, dictating machines and ; , 20, 32, other sound recorders or reproducers, in- 33, 35, 37,41,49, eluding record players and tape decks, with 51,71,75,79) or without sound heads; television image and sound recorders or reproducers: A. Sound recorders or reproducers Hong Kong South Korea BNL D Κ D GR E F IRL 1 Ρ UK I Bex III ( ,49,91, 92,93,95,96) Paint, distemper, varnish and similar brushes; brushes for cosmetics and personal toiletry; road sweeping brushes; household type brooms and brushes, including shoe brushes and clothes brushes; brushes for grooming animals China Hong Kong South Korea BNL DK D GR E F IRL 1 Ρ UK (a) Unless otherwise indicated. 324

327 Community tariff quotas Ceilings Order No CCT heading No and NIMEXE code Beneficiary countries or territories Individual quota amount (ECUMa) Amount of first tranche (ECUMa) Initial share of quola amounts allocated to Member States (ECUj(a) Amount of reserve (ECUMa) Individual ceiling for countries or territories other than those under column 4 (ECU) (a) (I) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (97.02-all s) Dolls of all kinds Hong Kong I BNL D K D GR E F IRL I Ρ UK (97.03-aIl s) Other toys; working models of a kind used for recreational purposes South Korea BNL D Κ D GR E F IRL I Ρ UK I I Hong Kong BNL D Κ D GR E F IRL I 1' UK (a) Unless otherwise indicated. 325

328 Order No CCT heading No and NIMEXE code Beneficiary countries or territories Individual quota amount (ECUMa) Community tariff quotas Amount of first tranche (ECUMa) Initial share of quota amounts allocated to Member States (ECUMa) Amount of reserve (ECU)(a) Ceilings Individual ceiling for countries or territories other than those under column 4 (ECUMa) (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (97.04 all s Equipment for parlour, table and funfair games for adults or children (including billiard tables and pin tables and table tennis requisites) Hong Kong BNL DK D GR E F IRL 1 Ρ UK (97.05 all s) Carnival articles; entertainment articles (for example, conjuring tricks and novelty jokes); Christmas tree decorations and similar articles for Christmas festivities (for example, artificial Christmas trees, Christmas stockings, imitation Yule logs, Nativity scenes and figures therefor) Hong Kong BNL DK D GR E F IRL I Ρ UK (a) Unless otherwise indicated. 326

329 THE COMMUNITY'S 1986 GENERALIZED TARIFF PREFERENCES SCHEME FOR TEXTILES (Annexes to Council (EEC) No 3600/85 of 17 December 1985,, ) Annex I covers textile products which fall within the MFA: categories ex 1 to 1 inclusive, with the exception of categories 46 (wool and animal fine hairs, carded or combed) and 51 (cotton, carded and combed) which are first stage processed products not included in the GSP scheme. Annex II covers all the other textile products: categories 115 to 162 inclusive and 220, with the exception of categories 128 (coarse yarn, carded or combed) which is a first stage processed product not included in the GSP scheme. 327

330 Order t No ί OCT r - gaiftjöffi r π rhr ~~ heading Ol ÍOf ί (^Uf.Ot^O IO tc8ei i^mläti i Ä cmtt^^e^iá^iâ^bi.n^;^! ψ<* * ;! t~) Ί * ^ ^««w* i tfctow A&Î? í*i (5) -i- _1... (7) í«í Bt 'JÍpnttt(U fut' partowr. isbie and Hoí.g Kong 400 txh)! lüoüoo BNL i '. 0 B «(Jjjg zííhsisíáu'^hte^^a^l^w^.áíííiqrbni fc!i oí I xa 23nog9Jfi3 :AHM arij ntdltw UB1>HOÍI(W «oubcnq 3ÎOjëfr''8TSV03 I xsooa! ihiob^^bífé^ícivggt^isiñ ^is'íbí'sw (bsdmoo bru; bobtso,ποΐΐ noîîoo) I?. bni (bsdmodhp babieo liari i^t^rnins brtß loow) l't*iiuis")ít..í a.amarloa^^ârij iti babuhai F 199 K K! 327.KOS) 8 I 2sho53î6olo noijqsixö Sfû rfjiw,0 bne avtaubni loi oí II l e3ho 9îs:> :ertufrøng sliîxsî 73/ílo sifø^erevoo Ii xaarta ornati;» <!20 arfî ni b3bubni ion Jjuboiq biwesooiq sgeîa ipift B ai rbiriw (bafieias>io bobieo η&χ " 16 «00 υ κ. na no ' tftlrtí x:z: tecu!f ) 4 ''Ό ΛΗί ; ' A Ü2Ö CanaMí aít>ci.;-, iötcjitfirfrncai arúcfc Hoog í-ölig ',97.U5-aM (før exaroplc, tp<t uj:i!'!g tricks and ^oveity numbcís) joi.es); 'Çfoiísun?as híc decotaisons.avi siniüií; 3"Ç;Í:*Í'Í ^:n'c^ísikíís.ís-suvíííí ( Ό. exampíe,.aí ; *íií»i '''Hmti'di s trees. Christrn.it, SiWK'.i'Ug::, '.^.". fi'.»' Ytíífi.y v g':. Nativi»ν sçaftes altwí 'vim i;,e'-,'forï- 2 «HW (KM! 6iA\.0&j BNI DK D GR i : i.. IRL 1 Ρ υ κ i6f* eso i?««xj 188 SiK'! m) i i b mo 24 Ò CKi : /<M;KX> α ι) t.::i«p;»4»nimtf-'-iic indicatoci. 32Ä

331 ANNEX I Individual tariff ceilings Lisi of MFA textile products subject to Community tariff ceilings allocated or not allocated among Member States within the generalized tariff preferences in favour of certain developing countries and territories (a) (b) C'ode- Category CCT heading No NIMEXEcode Beneficiary countries or territories Allocated among Member States Not allocated among Member States (in tonnes) (in tonnes) Code Category (1) ex 1 CCT heading No (2) ex NIMEXE code (3) , 19.21, ,48,51. 53,55,57, ,87 (41 Cotton yarn nol pul up for retail sale Beneficiary countries or territories (5) China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay Individual tariff ceilings Allocated among Member States (in tonnes) (6) 10,3 10, ,3 72,4 83,9 105,6 113,8 19,7 228,3 28,0 Not allocated among Member States (in tonnes) m 11,2 11, , ,2 11,2,5 11,2 16,7 11,2 11,2 11, (i) la) ex 2 (2) ex ex O) ,35,37, 41,45,46,61,65, 67, 69, 72, ,04,05, 10, 11, 12, 13,, 15, 16,17, 19,21, 29,32,34,35,37, 38,39,41,49,68, 69,75,76,77,78, 79,80,81,82 (4) Cotton yarn not put up for retail sale Other woven fabrics of cotton: Woven fabrics of cotterry fabrics, narrow woven fabrics, pile fabrics: Unbleached or bleached (5) China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay (6),5 71,4 10,3 10,3 12, ,4 65, , , ,4 (') 740, , ,6 249,4 908,3 248,2 12,5 32,2 110,8 769,7 408,4 _ II 173, ,2 194, ,2 892,2 45,5 209, ,8 (7) 13,2 13,2 13,2 13,7 13,2 13,2 13,2 36, ,2 13,2 13,2 15,2 15,2 15,2 15,2 15,2 15,2 29,9 15, (a) Notwithstanding the rules for the interpretation of the Common Customs Tariff, the wording for the designation of the products is to be considered as having no more than an indicative value, the preferential scheme being determined, within the context of this annex, by the application of s in the Nl. (b) The admission of postal consignments to the benefit of the preferential scheme is subject to the particular NIMEXE code relating to the products concerned being indicated. (') Within the framework of this ceiling, the allocation scale referred to in Article 6 (I) is the following: Benelux 8,9%, Denmark 2,6%. Portugal 0,1 %, Germany 25 %, Greece 1,9%, France 15,9 %, Ireland 10,4%, Italy 13,3%, United Kingdom 20,6%, Spain 1,3%. 329

332 Individual tariff ceilings Individual tariitceilings Code Category CCT heading No NIMEXEcode Beneficiary countries or territories Allocated among Member States Not allocated among Member States Code Category CCT heading No NIMEXEcode' Beneficiary countries or territories Allocated among Member States Not allocated among Member States (in tonnes) (in tonnes) (in tonnes!. (in tonnes) (I) 2 a) (2) ex (3) ,07,08, 09,52,53,54, 55,56,57,59,61, 63,64,65,66,67, 70,71,73,83,84, 85,87,88,89,90, 91,92,93,98,99 (4) Other than unbleached or bleached (5) China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuadoi Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay (6) 12,5 12,5 47,7 12,5 24,8 40,7 153,1 396,2 43,5 753,1 108,6 629, ,0 97,3 47,7 604,2 (7) _ 15,2 15,2 15,2 15,2 15,2 15,2 15,2 16, (H 3 a) (2) ex A (3) ,05,07, 08,12, 15, 19,22. 25,29,31.35,38, 40.41,43,46, (4) Other than unbleached or bleached (5) China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakisian Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay (6) , , (71 5,1 5,1 5, ,1 5, Individual tariff ceilings ex 3 ex A , 10,20, 30, 39, 45 Woven fabrics of manmade fibres (discontinuous or waste): A. Of synthetic textile fibres: Woven fabrics of synthetic fibres (discontinuous or waste) other than narrow woven fabrics, pile fabrics (including terry fabrics) and chenille fabrics: Unbleached or bleached China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay 4,2 192,5 110,8 4,2 21, , ,5 5, , ,1 5,1 5,1 5,1 5,1 5,1 5,1 5,1 5,1 5,1 Code Category (1) 4 CCT heading No (2) ex Β NIMEXEcode (3) ,20,22, 23,24,26.40, 58,71,79.89 (4) Under garments, knitted or crocheted, not elastic or rubberized: Shirts. T-shirts, lightweight fine knit roll, polo or turtle neck jumpers and pullovers, undervests and the like, knitted or crocheted, not elastic or rubberized, other than babies' garments, of cotton or synthetic textile fibres; T-shirts and lightweight fine knit roll, polo or turtle neck jumpers and pullovers, of regenerated textile fibres, other than babies' garments llencficiary countries or territories (5) China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay Allocated among Member States (in pieces) (6) 20,2 924,8 348, ,9 107,6 420,4 107,6 4 9,4 112, , ,2 389, , ,0 125, ,7 Not allocated among Member States (in pieces) O) 25,4 29,7 25,4 25,4 25,4 25,4 25,4 25,4 25,4 330

333 Individual tariff ceilings Individual tariff ceilings Code Category CCT heading No NIMEXEcode Beneficiary countries or territories Allocated among Member States (in pieces) Not allocated among Member States (in pieces) Code Category CCT heading No NIMEXEcode Beneficiary countries or territories Allocated among Member States (in pieces) Not allocated among Member States (in 1 0ΌΟ pieces) (1) 5 (2) ex A (3) ,31,33, 34, 35, 36, 39, 40, 41,42,43 (4) Outer garments and other articles, knitted or crocheted, not elastic or rubberized: A. Outer garments and clothing accessories: Jerseys, pullovers, slipovers, waistcoats, twinsets, cardigans, bedjackets and jumpers. knitted or crocheted. not clastic or rubberized, of wool, of cotton or of mun-made textile fibres (5) China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay (6) 18, ,8 829,7 2971,1 150,0 79,7 59,2 40,8 472,8 535,1 103,4 269,1 187, , , ,5 42,5 (7) - 23,3 23,3 23,3 23,3 23, ,6 25, (I) 7 (2) ex All ex Β (3) , 23, 24, ,82,84 (4) Outer garments and other articles, knitted or crocheted, not elastic or rubberized: A. Outer garments and clothing accessories: 11. Other: Women's, girls' and infants' outer garments : B. Other: Blouses and shirtblouses, knitted, crocheted (not elastic or rubberized), or woven. for women, girls and infants, of wool, of cotton or of man-made textile fibres (5) China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay (6) 6,3 459,3 396, ,1 22,8-18,6 I 6 637,6 167,2 270,1 817,9 965,9 486,9 444,5 568,0 (7) _ , ,1 7,1 7,1 7, ex6l.0l Β ex Β ,64,66, 72,74, ,68,72 Men's and boys' outer garments: Women's, girls' and infants' outer garments : B. Other: Men's and boys' woven breeches, shorts and trousers (including slacks); women's, girls' and infants' woven trousers and slacks, of wool, of cotton or of man-made textile fibres China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay 38,3 249,4 872, ,5 34,2 40,4 156,3 211,1 188,0 197,7 728,2 899,0 51, ,7 178,2 462,5 67,2 _ , ,2 16, , A , 15, 19 Men's and boys' under garments, including collars, shirt fronts and cuffs: Men's and boys' shirts, woven, of wool, of coton or of man-made textile fibres China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay 56, , , ,4 166,6 47, ,1 452, ,3 566,4 641,2 794,5 564,1 326,1 23,3 23,3 23,3 23,3 23,3 23,3 23,3 23,3 23,3 23,3 23,3 331

334 Individual tariff ceilings Individual tariff ceilings Code Category CCT heading No NIMEXEcode Beneficiary countries or territories Allocated among Member States (in tonnes) Not allocated among Member States (in tonnes) Code Category CCT heading No NIMEXEcode Beneficiary countries or territories Allocated among Member States (in pairs) Not allocated among Member States (in pairs] (I) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (I) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) ex Β ,30,50, Terry towelling and similar terry fabrics of cotton: Bed linen, table linen, toilet linen and kitchen linen; curtains and other furnishing articles: B. Other: Woven cotton terry fabrics; toilet and kitchen linen of woven cotton terry fabrics China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay 19,7 43,5 16,6 16,6 16,6 242,2 803,2 275,9 17,2 17,2 17,2 17,2 17,2 17,2 17,2 17,2 17,2 17,2 17,2 17,2 17,2 17,2 17, , ex , 19,20, 27, 30,90 Stockings, understockings, socks, ankle-socks, sockettes and the like, knitted or crocheted, not elastic or rubberized: Other than women's stockings of synthetic textile fibres China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peni Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay 125, , ,8 427,3 953,3 193,8 990,0 606,4 131,8 131,8 131,8 131,8 131,8 131,8 131,8 131,8 131,8 155,2 131, ,5 159,5 131,8 Individual tariff ceilings Ι Ίι1ι\κ1ιι.ιΙ tariff ceilings Code Category CCT heading No NIMEXEcode Beneficiary countries or territories Allocated among Member States (in pairs) Not allocated among Member States (in pairs) Code Category CCT heading No NIMEXEcode Beneficiary countries or territories Allocated among Member States (in pieces) Not allocated among Member Stales (in I 000 pieces) (1) (2) (3) (4) '(5) (6) (7) (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) ~~ , 50,60, 70,80 Gloves, mittens and mitts, knitted or crocheted, not elastic or rubberized China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay 76, , ,6 116,9 76,1 167,6 518, , ,8 770,8 76,1 76,1 76,1 76,1 76,1 76,1 76,1 76,1 76,1 76,1 76,1 76,1 76,1 76,1 76, ex , 56, 75, 85 Under garments, knitted or crocheted, not clastic or rubberized: Men's and boys' underpants and briefs, women's, girls' and infants' (other than babies') knickers and briefs, knitted or crocheted, not elastic or rubberized, of cotton or synthetic textile fibres China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay 87,9 105,6 826, ,5 0,8 123,1 167, ,7 92,3 92,3 92,3 92,3 92,3 92,3 92,3 92,3 92,3 92, ,6 92,3 100,

335 Individual t ari ff ceilings Individual t a riff ceilings Code Category CCT heading No NIMEXEcode Beneficiary countries or territories Allocated among Member States (in pieces) Not allocated among Member States (in 1000 pieces) Code Category CCT heading No NIMEXEcode Beneficiary countries or territories Allocated among Member States (in pieces) Not allocated among Member States (in pieces) (Π A (2) A lia) (3) (4) Men's and boys* outer garments: Men's and boys' coats of impregnated, coated, covered or laminated woven fabric falling within heading No 59.08,59.11 or (5) China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay (6) 1.1 7,3 8,3 1.1 I.I (7) _ 2,0 2,0 2,0 2,0 2,0 2,0 2,0 2, ,0 2,0 2,0 2,0 2,0 2, ,0 2,0 2, (1) 15A (2) ex B (3) (4) Women's, girls' and infants' outer garments : B. Other: Women's, girls' and infants' coats of impregnated, coated, covered or laminated woven fabric falling within heading No 59.08, or (5) China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay (6) 1,2 2, ,1 _ - (7) _ I4B ex Β ,42,44, 46,47 Men's and boys" outer garments: Men's and boys' woven overcoats, raincoats and other coats, cloaks and capes, other than those of category A, of wool, of cotton or of man made textile fibres China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay 3,8 109,7 8,3 3,8 4, ,1 4,1 4,1 4,1 4,1 4,1 4,1 4,1 4,1 4,1 4,1 4,1 4,1 29,7 4,1 4,1 4,1 4, B ex B ,32,33, 35,36,37,39,40 Women's, girls' and infants' outer garments: B. Other: Women's, girls' and infants' woven overcoats. raincoats and other coats, cloaks and capes; jackets and blazers, other than garments of category 15 A, of wool, of cotton or of man made textile fibres China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay 4,4 159,3 29,0 4,4 17,6 _ 188,5 221,2 5,1 5, ,1 5,1 5, ,1 5,1 5,1 12,5 5, ,9 15,

336 Individual tariff ceilings Individual tariff ceilings Code Category CCT heading No NIMEXEcode Beneficiary countries or territories Allocated among Member States (in I 000 pieces) Not allocated among Member Slates (in pieces) Code Category CCT heading No NIMEXEcode Beneficiary countries or territories Allocated among Member States (in tonnes) Not allocated among Member States (in tonnes) (D 16 (2) ex Β (3) ,57 (4) Men's and boys' outer garments: Men's and boys' woven suits (including coordinate suits consisting of two or three pieces, which are ordered. packed, consigned and normally sold together), of wool, of cotton or of man-made textile fibres, excluding ski suits (5) China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay (6) 5,0 50,7 19,7 97,3 29,0 - - (7) _ 5.1 5,1 5,1 5, ,1 5,1 5,1 5,1 6,6 8,6 5,1 5, ,4 5,1 5, , (I) 18 (2) ex (3) ,59, 81,85,89 (4) Men's and boys' under garments, including collars. shirt fronts and cuffs: Men's and boys' woven under garments other than shirts, of wool, of cotton or of man-made textile fibres (5) China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay (6) 5,2 51,7 42,5 434,6 4.2 _ 28,4 _ (7) 6,6 5,1 5,1 5,1 5, , ,6 5,1 5,1 5,1 17,5 6,6 10,8 7,9 5,1 Individual tariftceilings ex Β ,36,37 Men's and boys' outer garments: Men's and boys' woven jackets (excluding waister jackets) and blazers. of wool, of cotton or of man-made textile fibres China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay 7,4 96,2 45,5 99,4 16,6 Ζ _ 113,6 _ 8, ,2 8,1 8,1 8,1 8,1 8,1 8,1 8,1 8,1 41,6 8,1 8,1 17,7 8,1 1 9,4 8,1 Code Category (I) 19 CCT heading No (2) NIMEXEcode (3) ,99 (4) Handkerchiefs countries or territories (5) China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay Allocated Member States.in pieces) (6) 430, ,0 789, , , ,2 Not allocated Member States (in pieces) (7) 185,6 185,6 185,6 185,6 185,6 185,6 185,6 185,6 185,6 185,

337 Individual tariff ceilings Individual tariff ceiling: Code ('ale gory CCT heading No NIMEXEcode Beneficiary countries or territories Allocated among Member States Not allocated among Member States Category CCT heading No NIMEXEcode Beneficiary countries or territories Allocated among Member Stales Not allocated among Member States (in tonnes) (in tonnes) (D 20 at ex Β (3) , 13, 19 (4) Bed linen, tabic linen, toilet linen and kitchen linen; curtains and other furnishing articles: B. Other: Bed linen, woven (5) China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay (6) 13,5 13,5 13,5 22,8 13,5 111,6 I 490,9 1, (7),2,2.2,2,2,2,2,2,2 30,4,2,2,2,2,2,2 (3) ,05,07, 09, 11, 13, 15, ,25,28,32, 34,36.38,39,42, 44,45,46.47 (4) Yarn of man-made fibres (discontinuous or waste), not put up for retail sale: A. Of synthetic textile fibres: Yarn of discontinuous or waste synthetic fibres, not put up for retail sale (5) China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay 25,9 502,8 25,9 25, , S7,2 311,4 252,5 27, ,4 27, ,4 27,4 27,4 27,4 27,7 27,4 27,4 Individual tariff ceilings Code Category (1) 21 CCT heading No (2) ex Β ex Β NIMEXEcode (3) , ex ,26, ex 28 (4) Men's and bovs' outer garments: Women's, girls' and infants' outer garments: B. Other: Parkas; anoraks, windcheaters, waister jackets and the like, woven, of wool, of cotton or of man-made textile fibres Beneficiary countries or territories (5) China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay Allocated among Member States iin pieces) (6) 23, ,2 93, ,3 129,2 46,8 2,3 137,3 Not allocated among Member States (in I 000 pieces) (7) - 25,4 25,4 25,4 25,4 25,4 25,4 75,4 25,4 25,4 25,4 39,0 25,4 27,7 25,4 31, ,61, 65,71,75,81,85, 91,95,99 Yarn of man-made fibres (discontinuous or waste), not put up for retail sale: B. Of regenerated textile fibres: Yarn of discontinuous or waste regenerated fibres, not put up for retail sale China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay , ,2.2.2,2.2,2,2,2.2.2,5.2,2.2.2,2,

338 Individual tariff ceilings Individual tariff ceilings Code Category CCT heading No NIMEXEcode Beneficiary countries or territories Allocated among Member States (in pieces) Not allocated among Member States (in pieces) Code Category CCT heading No NIMEXEcode Benefician countries or territories Allocated among Member States (in pieces) Not allocated among Member Stales (in pieces) (D (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (1) (2) t3) (4) (5) (6) (7) ex Β , , Under garments, knitted or crocheted, not elastic or rubberized: Men's and boys' pyjamas, knitted or crocheted, of cotton or of synthetic textile fibres Women's, girls' and infants' (other than babies') knitted or crocheted pyjamas and night dresses, of cotton or synthetic fibres China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay,8 189,4 79,7 354, ,0 53,4 _ 53,7 72,6 101,7 646,9 31,4 111,2 15,2 15,2 15,2 15,2 15,2 15,2 15,2 27, ,2 22,3 15, ex A II ex Β , ,58.62 Outer garments and other articles, knitted or crocheted, not elastic or rubberized: A. Outer garments and clothing accessories: II. Other: Women's, girls' and infants' outer garments : B. Other: Women's, girls' and infants' (other than babies') woven and knitted or crocheted skirts. including divided skirts China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay 13,5 83,9 72,4 301,1 18,7 934,9 168, ,0 80,0 42,5,2.2.2,2,2, ,2, ex ΑΠ ex Β ,47, ,52.53, 54 Outer garments and other articles, knitted or crocheted, not elastic or rubberized: A. Outer garments and clothing accessories: II. Other: Women's, girls' and infants' outer garments: B. Other: Women's, girls' and infants' (other than babies') woven and knitted or crocheted dresses, of wool, of cotton or of man-made textile fibres China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay 70,6 4,8 131,4 112,8 70, ,6 127,7 1,8 184,3 296,2 130, , ex All ,62,64 Outer garments and other articles, knitted or crocheted, not elastic or rubberized: A. Outer garments and clothing accessories: II. Other: Knitted or crocheted trousers (except shorts) other than babies' China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay 1,7 8, , ,6 25,

339 Individual t jriff ceilings Individual tariff ceilings Code Category CCT heading No NIMEXEcode Beneficiary countries or territories Allocated among Member States (ir pxecs) Not allocated among Member Stales (in pieces) Code Category CCT heading No NIMEXEcode Beneficiary countries or territories Allocated among Member Slates (in tonnes) Not allocated among Member States (in tonnes) (1) 29 (2) ex Β 13) ,43.44 (4) Women's, girls' and infants' outer garments: B. Other: Women's, girls' and infants' (other than babies') woven suits and costumes (including coordinate suits consisting of two or three pieces which are ordered, packed, consigned and normally sold together), of wool. of cotton or of manmade textile fibres excluding ski suits (5) China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay (6) 44,6 35,2 25,9 5,2 3, ,1 (7) _ 2 2 > 2 ι > , (1) 30 B (2) B II (3) ,98 (4) Women's, girls' and infants' undergarments: Women's, girls' and infants' (other than babies') woven under garments, other than pyjamas and night dresses, of wool, of cotton or of man made textile fibres (5) China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay (6) 2,1 5,2 l.i 20,7 3,1,2 99,4 8,9 12,2 16,2 (7) 4, ,4 Individual tariff ceilings A Β , 18 Women's, girls' and infants' under garments: Women's, girls' and infants' woven pyjamas and night dresses, of wool, of cotton or of man made textile fibres China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay 8,3 178, , ,4 62, ,9 9,1 'I.I 16,2 9,1 Code Category (Π 31 CCT heading No (2) D NIMEXEcode (3) ) Corsets, corset belts, suspender belts, brassières. braces, suspenders, garters and the like (including such articles of knitted or crocheted fabric), whether or not elastic: Brassières, woven, knitted or crocheted Beneficiary countries or territories (5) China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay Allocated among Member States (in pieces) (6) 37,7 339,4 206,9 37,7 37,7 62, ,0 91,8 223 Not allocated among Member States (in pieces) (7) 39,6 39,6 39,6 39,6 39,6 39,6 39,6 39,6 39,6 39,6 39,6 39,6 39, ,6 39,6 337

340 Individual tariff ceilings Individual tariftceilings Code Category CCT heading No NIMEXEcode Beneficiary countries or territories Allocated among Member States Not allocated among Member States Code Category CCT heading No NIMEXEcode Beneficiary countries or territories Allocated among Member Stales Not allocated among Member States (in tonnes) (in tonnes) (in tonnes) (in tonnes) (D (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) ex 32 ex , 11, 15, 18,71,75,77,78 Woven pile fabrics and chenille fabrics (other than terry towelling or similar terry fabrics of cotton falling within heading No and fabrics falling within heading No 58.05): Woven pile fabrics and chenille fabrics (other than terry fabrics of cotton and narrow woven fabrics), of wool, of cotton or of man-made textile fibres China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay,5,5.5,5,5-15,2 15,2 15,2 15,2 15,2 15,2 15,2 15, ,2 15,2 15,2 15,2 15,2 15,2 15,2 15, ex A ex Β Π Woven fabrics of manmade fibres (continuous). including woven fabrics of monofil or strip falling within heading No or 51.02: A. Woven fabrics of synthetic textile fibres: Sacks and bags, of a kind used for the packing of goods : B. Of other textile materials: 11. Other: Woven fabrics of strip or the like of polyethylene or polypropylene, less than 3 m wide: Woven sacks of such strip or the like China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay ,0 15,2 15,2 15, ,2 15,2 15,2 15, ,8 15, a) ex ,43,45. 61,63,67,69 Woven piie fabrics and chenille fabrics (other than terry towelling or similar terry fabrics of cotton falling within heading No and fabrics falling within heading No 58.05: Woven pile fabrics and chenille fabrics (other than terry fabrics of cotton and narrow woven fabrics), of wool, of cotton or of man-made textile fibres China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay 13,5 66,2 13, ,5 116,6.2.2,2.2,2,2,2.2,2, ,2.2, cx A Woven fabrics of manmade fibres (continuous). including woven fabrics of monofil or strip falling within heading No or 51.02: A. Woven fabrics of synthetic textile fibres: Woven fabrics of strip or the like of polyethylene or polypropylene, 3 m or more wide China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay ,5 7,1 7, ,1 7,1 7,1 7,1 7,1 7,1 7,1 7,1 7,

341 (ode Category (I) CCT heading No (2) NIMEXEcode (3) (4) Beneficiary countries or territories (5) Individual tariff ceilings Allocated among Member Stales (ir, tonnes) (6) Not allocated among Member States (in tonnes) 17) Code Category (1) CCT heading No (2) NIMEXEcode (3) Descri plion (4) Beneficiary countries or territories (5) Individual tariff ceilings Allocated among Member States (in tonnes) (6) Not allocated among Member States (in tonnes) (7) ex A , 11, 13, 15, 17,18,21,23, 25,27,28,32,34, 36.41,48 Woven fabrics of manmade fibres (continuous), including woven fabrics of monofil or strip falling within heading No 51.0! or 51.02: A. Woven fabrics of synthetic textile fibres: Woven fabrics of synthetic textile fibres (continuous) other than those for tyres and those containing elastomeric yarn China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay 18,7 198,7 18,7 18,7 18,7 _ - 19,3 19,3 19, ,3 19,3 19, ,3 19,3 103,4 19,3 19,3 19,3 19,3 19, Β ,55, 56,59,60,61,65, 67,68,69,70,71, 72,73,74,77,78, 82,83.84,87 Woven fabrics of manmade fibres {discontinuous or waste): B. Of regenerated textile fibres: Woven fabrics of regenerated textile fibres (discontinuous or waste) other than narrow woven fabrics, pile fabrics (including terry fabrics) and chenille fabrics China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay 50,7 598,0 50,7 50,7 65,2 89,2 246,5 0, ,7 50,7 50,7 50,7 50,7 50,7 50,7 50,7 50,7 50,7 50,7 50,7 50,7 50, ex Β ,56,58. 62, 64, 66, 72, 74, 76,81,89.93,94, 97,98 Woven fabrics of manmade fibres (continuous), including woven fabrics of monofil or strip falling within heading No or 51.02: B. Woven fabrics of regenerated textile fibres: Woven fabrics of regenerated textile fibres (continuous) other than those for tyres and those containing elastomeric yarn China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay 8,3 8,3 8,3 8,3 8, ,1 9, ,1 98,4 "J ".1 9,1 9, , , A ex Β Knitted or crocheted fabric. not elastic or rubberized: B. Of man-made fibres: Knitted or crocheted synthetic curtain fabrics including net curtain fabric China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay - 5,1 5,1 5, ,1 5,1 5,1 5,1 5,1 5,1 5,1 5,1 5, ,1 5,1 5, ,1 5,1 5,1 5,1 5,1 339

342 Individual tariff ceilings Individual tariff ceilings Code Category CCT heading No NIMEXEcode Beneficiary countries or territories Allocated among Member Slates Not allocated among Member States Code Category CCT heading No NIMEXEcode Beneficiary countries or territories Allocated among Member States Not allocated among Member States (in tonnes) (in tonnes) (:.n tonnes) (in tonnes) (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) Β ex A Bed linen, table linen, toilet linen and kitchen linen; curtains and other furnishing articles: A. Net curtains China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay ex Β ,85,89 Bed linen, table linen, toilet linen and kitchen linen. curtains and other furnishing articles: B. Other: Woven curtains (other than net curtains) and furnishing articles, of wool, of cotton or of man-made textile fibres China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay 3,1 3, ,1 3,1 _ 170,6 _ 3,5 3,5 4,6 3,5 3,5 3,5 3,5 3,5 3,5 3,5 3,5 3,5.2 3,5 9,5 3,5 3, Code gory (1) 39 CCT heading No (2) ex Β NIMEXEcode (3) , 42, 44, 46,59,65,72, 74,77 (4) Bed linen, table linen, toilet linen and kitchen linen; curtains and other furnishing articles: B. Other: Woven table linen. toilet and kitchen linen other than of cotton terry fabric countries or territories < 5 >. China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay Individual tariff ceilings Allocated Member States (in tonnes) (6) 28, ,8 1 69,0 291,0 83,2 Not allocated Member States (in tonnes) (7) 12,2 12,2 _ 12,2 12,2 12,2 12,2 12,2 12,2 12,2 21, ,3 12,2 12,2 12, ex A ,02,03, 04.08,09, 10, 12, 20, 22, 24, 27, 29, 30,41,42,43,44, 46,48 Yarn of man-made fibres (continuous), not put up for retail sale: A. Yarn of synthetic textile fibres: Yarn of synthetic textile fibres (continuous). not put up for retail sale, other than nontextured single yarn untwisted or with a twist of not more than 50 turns per metre China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay 8,3 8,3 8,3 8,3 24,8 -_ 191, ,1 9,1 9,1 9,1 9, , ,1 9, ,1 9,1 9,1 9,1 9,1 340

343 Individual ari ff ceilings Individual tariff ceilings Code Category CCT heading No NIMEXEcode Beneficiary countries or territories A.located among Member States Not allocated among Member Slates Code Ca,c - gory CCT heading No NIMEXEcode Beneficiary countries or territories Allocated among Member States Not allocated among Member States (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (in tonnes) (6) (in tonnes) (7) (I) a) (3) (4) (5) (in tonnes) <6) (in tonnes) (7) ex Β ,61,67, 68,71,77,78,80 Yarn of man-made fibres (continuous), not put up for retail sale: B. Yarn of regenerated textile fibres: Yarn of regenerated textile fibres (continuous), not put up for retail sale, other than single yarn of viscose rayon untwisted or with a twist of not more than 250 turns per metre and single non-textured yarn of any acetate China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay ,2,5 13,2 13,2 13,2 13,2 13,2 13,2 13,2 13,2 13,2 13,2 13, ,2 13,2 13,2 13,2 13,2 13,2 13, , ex A Woven fabrics of manmade fibres (continuous). including woven fabrics of monofil or strip falling within heading No or 51.02: A. Woven fabrics of synthetic textile fibres: Woven fabrics of synthetic textile fibres (continuous), containing elastomeric yarn China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay _ ,20 Yarn of man-made fibres (continuous), put up for retail sale China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay ex Β Woven fabrics of manmade fibres (continuous). including woven fabrics of monofil or strip falling within heading No or 51.02: B. Woven fabrics of regenerated textile fibres: Woven fabrics of regenerated textile fibres (continuous), containing elastomeric yarn China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay

344 Individual tariff ceilings Individual tariff ceilings Code Category CCT heading No NIMEXEcode Beneficiary countries or territories Allocated among Member States Not allocated among Member States Code Category CCT heading No NIMEXEcode Beneficiary countries or territories Allocated among Member States Not allocated among Member States (in tonnes) (in tonnes) (in tonnes) (in tonnes) (D (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) A ,25,31, 35,55,71, ,15 Yarn of carded sheep's or lambs' wool (woollen yarn), not put up for retail sale: Yarn of fine animal hair (carded or combed), not put up for retail sale: Yarn of carded sheep's or lambs' wool (woollen yarn) or of carded fine animal hair, not put up for retail sale China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay - 2, , ,5 2,5 2, , , ,5 2,5 2,5 19,0 2,5 2, ,5 13, ex , 15 Yarn of sheep's or lambs' wool, of horsehair or of other animal hair (fine or coarse), put up for retail sale: Yarn of sheep's or animal hair, put up for retail sale China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay 2,5 2,5 2,5 2, , ,5 2, ex ,08, 12, 18,30,40,59. 81, ,25 Yarn of combed sheep's or lambs' wool (worsted yarn). not put up for retail sale: Yarn of fine animal hair (carded or combed), not put up for retail sale : Yarn of combed sheep's or lambs' wool (worsted yarn) or of combed fine animal hair, not put up for retail sale China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay 5,2 5,2 5,2 5,2 5,2 50,7 32,5 _ 101,8 272,8 5,6 5,6 5,6 5,6 5, ,6 5,6 5,6 5,6 5,6 5,6 6,7 5,6 5,6 5,6 5, ,03,07, 11, 13,17,20,30, 40,52, , 74,75,82,84,88, Woven fabrics of sheep's or lambs' wool or of fine animal hair China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay , ,3 6,3 133,9 133, ,6 6,6 6,6 6,6 6,6 6, ,6 6, ,6 6,6 6,6 342

345 Individual tariff ceilings Individual tariff ceilings Code Category heading NIMEXEcode Beneficiary countries or among States among Stales Code Category CCT heading No NIMEXEcode countries or territories Allocated Member States Not allocated Member States (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (in tonnes) (6) (in tonnes) (7) (!) (2) (3) (4) (5) (in tonnes) (6) (in tonnes) (7) ,90 Cotton yarn, put up for retail sale China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay - 15, Β ,28 Man-made fibres (discontinuous or waste), carded. combed or otherwise prepared for spinning: fibres: Regenerated textile fibres (discontinuous or waste), carded or combed China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay _ ,90 Cotton gauze China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay - 3,5 4, A , 13, 15, 16, 17, 18 Man-made fibres (discontinuous or waste), carded. combed or otherwise prepared for spinning: A. Synthetic textile fibres: Synthetic textile fibres (discontinuous or waste), carded or combed China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay 10,3 10,3 10,3 10,3 54,9 _ - 11, II II II II

346 Individual tariff ceilings Individual tariff ceilings Code Category CCT heading No NIMEXEcode Beneficiary countries or territories Allocated among Member States Not allocated among Member States Code Category CCT heading No NIMEXEcode Beneficiary countries or territories Allocated among Member States Not allocated among Member States (in tonnes) (in tonnes) (in tonnes) (in tonnes] (D 56 (2) A (3) , 15 (4) Yarn of man-made fibres (discontinuous or waste). put up for retail sale: Yarn of synthetic texuous or waste), put up for retail sale (5) China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay (6) _ - (7) 2.5 2,5 2,5 2, , ,5 2,5 2,5 2,5 2, ,5 2,5 2, (I) ex 58 (2) ex All (3) (4) Carpets, carpeting and rugs, knotted (made up or not), of wool or of fine animal hair, comprising not more than 350 knots per metre of warp (5) China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay (6) 18,3 15,2 15,2 15, ,6 53,8 (7) _ 15,2 15,2 15,2 15,2 15,2 15, , , Β Yarn of man-made fibres (discontinuous or waste). put up for retail sale: Yarn of regenerated textile fibres (discontinuous or waste), put up for retail sale China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay a) ex ,13, 17, 30,80 Carpets, carpeting and rugs, knotted (made up or not) China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay - 25,4 25,4 25,4 25,4 25, ,4 25, ,4 25, ,3 59,8 25, ,4 25,4 25, ,4 344

347 Individual tariff ceilings Individual tariff ceilings l'ode Category CCT heading No NIMEXEcode Beneficiary countries or territories Allocated among Member States Not allocated among Member States Code Category CCT heading No NIMEXEcode Beneficiary countries or territories Allocated among Member States Not allocated among Member States (in tonnes) (in tonnes) (in tonnes) (in tonnes) (D (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) ex ex A ,06,07, 09,56,61,65,71, 75,81,85, ,09 Other carpets, carpeting, rugs, mats and matting, and 'Kelem', 'Schumacks' and 'Karamanie' rugs and the like (made up or not): Felt and articles of felt. whether or not impregnated or coated: A. Felt in the piece or simply cut to rectangular shape: Woven, knitted or crocheted carpets, carpeting, rugs, mats and matting, and 'Kelem', 'Schumacks' and 'Karamanie' rugs and the like (made up or not); Floor coverings of felt China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay - _ - 33,5 33,5 33,5 33,5 33,5 33, , ,5 33, ,5 33, ,5 33,5 33, ex ,08,30, 40,59,61,69. 73,77,79,90 Narrow woven fabrics, and narrow fabrics (bolduc) consisting of warp without weft assembled by means of an adhesive, other than goods falling within heading No 58.06: Narrow woven fabrics not exceeding 30 cm in width with selvedges (woven, gummed or made otherwise) on both edges, other than woven labels and the like: bolduc China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay 6,3 6,3 18,7 6,3-6,3 127,8 6,6 6,6 6,6 6,6 6,6 6,6 6,6 6,6 6,6 6,6 6,6 6,6 6,6 6,6 6,6 6, ,6 6, Tapestries, hand-made, of the type Gobelins, Flanders, Aubusson, Beauvais and the like, and needleworked tapestries (for example, petit point and cross stitch) made in panels and the like by hand: Tapestries, hand-made China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay - 2,8 2,0 345

348 Individual tariff ceilings Individual tariff ceilings Code Category CCT heading No NIMEXEcode Beneficiary countries or territories Allocated among Member States Not allocated among Member States Code Category CCT heading No NIMEXEcode Beneficiary countries or territories Allocated among Member Sutes Not allocated among Member States (in tonnes) (in tonnes) (in tonnes) (in tonnes) (D (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (D (2) (3) (4) (5) 1.6) 0) , ,39,50, , , 19,21, 31,35,39,91,95, ,29,41, 45,49,55,59 Woven labels, badges and the like, not embroidered. in the piece, in strips or cut to shape or size Chenille yarn (including flock chenille yarn), gimped yarn (other than metallized yarn falling within heading No and gimped horsehair yarn); braids and ornamental trimmings in the piece; tassels, pompons and the like: Chenille yarn (including flock chenille yarn), gimped yarn (other than metallized yarn and gimped horsehair yarn); braids and ornamental trimmings in the piece; tassels, pompons and the like Tulle and other net fabrics (but not including woven, knitted or crocheted fabrics), plain Tulle and other net fabrics (but not including woven, knitted or crocheted fabrics), figured; hand or mechanically made lace, in the piece, in strips or in motifs Embroidery, in the piece, in strips or in motifs China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay _ ,6 7,6 7,6 7,6 7,6 7,6 7,6 7,6 7,6 7,6 7,6 7,6 121,7 7,6 7,6 7,6 7,6 7,6 7,6 7, ,6 7, ex Β A 64 ex Β , Knitted or crocheted fabric. not elastic or rubberized: B. Of man made fibres Knitted or crocheted fabric and articles thereof, elastic or rubberized (including elastic knee caps and elastic stockings): A. Fabric: Knitted or crocheted fabric, not elastic or rubberized, of synthetic textile fibres, containing elastofibres; knitted or crocheted fabric. elastic or rubberized Knitted or crocheted fabric. not elastic or rubberized: B. Of man made fibres: Rachel lace and longpile fabric (imitation fur), knitted or crocheted, not elastic or rubberized, of synthetic textile fibres China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay - _ τ 5 ) > 5 > 5 " ~< 2,5 2,5 2,5 2,5 2,5 2,5 2,5 2,5 2,5 2,5 2,5 2, , , ,5 2,5 2,

349 Individualt riff ceilings Individual tariff ceilings ('ode Category CCT heading No NIMEXEcode Beneficiary countries or territories Allocated among Member Slates Not allocated among Member States Category CCT No NIMEXEcode countries or t c m ton es States Not allocated among States (in tonnes) (in tonnes) (in tonnes) (in tonnes) (I) 65 (2) ex ( ,62, 64,65,68,72,74, 75,78,81,89,92, (4) Knitted or crocheted fabric, not elastic or rubberized: Other than those of categories 38 A, 63 and 64, of wool, of cotton or of man-made textile fibres (5) China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay (6) - - (7) 19, ,3 19, ,3 19,3 19,3 19, ,3 19,3 19,3 19,6 19,3 19, , , (D 67 (2) ex ex Β (3) ,94,95, 96,97,98, ,96,98 (4) Outer garments and other articles, knitted or crocheted, not elastic or rubberized: Knitted or crocheted fabric and articles thereof, elastic or rubberized (including elastic knee-caps and elastic stockings): B. Other: Clothing accessories and other articles (except garments), knitted or crocheted, not clastic or rubberized; articles (other than bathing coscrocheted fabric, elastic or rubberized, of wool, of cotton, or of man- (5) China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay- W 6,3 8,3 8,3 6,3 6,3 _ ~ (7) 6, ,5 6,6 6,6 6,6 6,6 6,6 6,6 1 7,4 6,6 6,6 6,6 9,7 6,6 6,6 6, ex , 85.93,95 Travelling rugs and blankets: Travelling rugs and blankets, of woo!, of cotton or of man-made textile fibres China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay _ - 7, , , ,1 7,1 7, , ,1 7,4 7,1 7,1 7,1 7,1 7,1 7,1 7,1 7,1 347

350 Individual tariff ceilings Individual tariff ceilings Code Category CCT heading No NIMEXEcode Beneficiary countries or territories Allocated among Member States (in tonnes) Not allocated among Member States (in tonnes) Code Category CCT heading No NIMEXEcode Beneficiary countries or territories Allocated among Member States (in pieces) Not allocated among Member States (ini 000 pieces) (D 68 (2) ex A (3) ,03,04, 06,07,08, 10, II, 12, (4) Under garments, knitted or crocheted, not elastic or rubberized: A. Babies' garments; girls' garments up to and including commercial size 86: Babies' under garments of knitted or crocheted fabrics, not elastic or rubberized (5) China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay (6) 2,1 (7) 1,1 4,2 2,1 1,1 1,1 U 2,0 U 1,1 ι,ι 1,1 1,1 1,1 1,1 1,1 9,0 1,1 1, ,6 1, ,2 1, (1) 70 (2) ex Β (3) ,33,34 (4) Under garments, knitted or crocheted, not elastic or rubberized: als: Panty-hose (tights) (5) China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay (6) 527, ,8 527,4 527,4 1»569,7 - (7) 527,4 527,4 527,4 527,4 527,4 527,4 527,4 527,4 527,4 527, , , ,4 527,4 527,4 527,4 Individual tariff ceilings Code Category CCT heading No NIMEXEcode Beneficiary countries or territories Allocated among Member States Not allocated among Member States (in tonnes) (in tonnes) (1) 69 (2) ex Β (3) (4) Under garments, knitted or crocheted, not elastic or rubberized : B. Of other textile materials: Women's, girls' and infants' knitted or crocheted petticoats and slips, of synthetic textile fibres, other than babies' garments (5) China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay (6) - (7) 2,1 1,9 1,

351 Individual tariff ceilings Individual tariff ceilings Code Category CCT heading No NIMEXEcode Beneficiary countries or territories Allocated among Member States (ir tonnes) Not allocated among Member States (in tonnes) Code Category CCT heading No NIMEXEcode countries or territories Allocated Member States (in pieces) Not allocated Member States (in 1000 pieces) (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (1) (2) (3) ) (5) (6) (7) ex A ,07,08, 09 Outer garments and other articles, knitted or crocheted, not elastic or rubberized: A. Outer garments and clothing accessories: II. Other: b) Other: 1. Babies' garments; girls' garments up to and including commercial size 86: Babies' knitted outer garments, of wool, of cotton or of man-made textile fibres China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay ,0 3,1 2,1 2,1 36,1 2,1 2,1 2,1 2,1 2,1 2,1 2,1 2,1 2,1 2,9 2,1 3,0 2,1 2,1 2,1 2,6 2,1 3,4 2, ex A 11 ex Β , 13, ex Β ex Β , , 18 Outer garments and other articles, knitted or crocheted, not elastic or rubberized: A. Outer garments and clothing accessories: II. Other: Knitted or crocheted fabric and articles thereof, elastic or rubberized (including elastic knee-caps and elastic stockings): B. Other: Knitted swimwear Men s and boys outer garments: Women's, girls' and infants' outer garments: B. Other: Woven swimwear, of wool, of cotton or of man-made textile fibres China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay 139,4 139,4 231,8 200,8 139,4 ' _ z 154,3 I 139,4 139,4 139,4 139,4 139,4 139,4 139,4 139,4 139,4 139,4 139,4 139,4 139,4 139,4 139,4 139,4 139,4 139,4 139,4 349

352 GROUP III Individual tariff ceilings Individual tariff ceilings Code Category CCT heading No NIMEXEcode Beneficiary countries or territories Allocated among Member States (in pieces) Not allocated among Member States (in pieces) Code Category CCT heading No NIMEXEcode Beneficiary countries or territories Allocated among Member States (in pieces) Not allocated among Member States (in pieces) (D (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) ex A II ,17, 19 Outer garments and other articles, knitted or crocheted, not elastic or rubberized: A. Outer garments and clothing accessories: II. Other: Track suits of knitted or crocheted fabric, not elastic or rubberized, ofwool, of cotton or of man-made textile fibres China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay 7,0 59,0 13,5 7,0 7,3 22,5 54,9 7,1 7,1 7,1 7,1 7,1 7,1 7,1 7,1 7,1 7,1 7,1 16,2 7,1,5 7,1 13,9 7,1 7, ex All ,72,73, 74 A. Outer garments and clothing accessories: II. Other: Outer garments and other articles, knitted or crocheted, not elastic or rubberized: Women's, girls' and infants' (other than babies') suits and costumes (including coordinate suits consisting of two or three pieces which are ordered, packed, consigned and normally sold together), of knitted or crocheted fabric, not elastic or rubberized, of wool, of cotton or of manmade textile fibres, excluding ski suits China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay 2,0 2,1 6,3 2,1 2,0 2, ,0 2,0 2,0 2,0 2,0 3, ,1 2,0 2, ,4 5,5 2,0 12,8 2,0 350

353 GROUP II Individual tariff ceilings Individual tariff ceilings Code Cate CCT heading No NIMEXEcode countries or terntones Slates (in pieces) Not allocated among Member States (in pieces) Code Category CCT heading No NIMEXEcode Beneficiary countries or territories Allocated among Member States (in tonnes) Not allocated among Member States (in tonnes) ti) 75 (2) ex All (3) ,68 (4) Outer garments and other articles, knitted or crocheted, not elastic or rubberized: A. Outer garments and clothing accessories: II. Other: Men's and boys' suits (including consisting of two or three pieces which are ordered, packed, consigned and normally sold together), of knitted cotton or of manexcluding ski suits (5) China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay (6) _ 15,2 Ξ (7) 15, ,2 15,2 15,2 15,2 15,2 15,2 15,2 15, ,2 15,2 15,2 15,2 15,2 15,2 15, (1) 76 (2) exól.ol ex Β (3) , 15, 17, , (4) Men's and boys' outer garments: Women's, girls' and infants' outer garments: B. Other: Men's and boys' woven industrial and occupational clothing; women's, girls' and infants' woven aprons, smockoveralls and other industrial clothing (whether or not also suitable for domestic use), of wool, of cotton or of man made textile fibres (5) China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay (6) 18,7 18,7 50,7 33,2 18,7 44,4 (7) 19,3 19,3 19,3 19,3 19,3 19,3 19,3 19,3 19,3 19,3 19,3 19, *3 19,3 19,3 34,8 24,1 19,3 Individual tariff ceilings Code Category CCT heading No NIMEXEcode Beneficiary countries or territories Allocated among Member Slates (in pairs) Not allocated among Member Slates (in pairs) (I) 77 (2) ex Β (3) , 26 (4) Stockings, under stockings, socks, ankle socks, sockettes and the like, knitted or crocheted, not elastic or rubberized: Women's stockings of synthetic textile fibres (5) China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay (6) 43,6 124,1 43,6 43,6 43,6 (7) Ζ 43,6 43,6 43,6 43,6 43,6 43,6 43,6 43,6 43,6 43,6 43,6 43,6 43, ,6 43,

354 Individual tariff ceilings Individualt iriff ceilings Code Category CCT heading No NIMEXEcode Beneficiary countries or territories Allocated among Member Stales Not allocated among Member Stales Code Category CCT heading No NIMEXEcode countries or territories Allocated Member S:ates Not allocked Member States (in tonnes) (in tonnes) (in tonnes) (in tonnes) (D 78 (2) e W.I (II (3) ,24,25, 26,81,92,95,96 (4) Men's and boys' outer garments: Men's and boys' woven bath robes, dressing gowns, smoking jackets and similar indoor wear and other outer garments, except garments of categories 6, A, B, 16, 17, 21, 76 and 79, of wool, of cotton or of man-made textile fibres (5) China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay (6) 1 152,1 42,5 29,0 1 26,8 (7) (1) 81 (2) ex Β (3) ,22,23, 24,85,90,91,92 (4) Women's, girls' and infants' outer garments: B. Other: Women's, girls' and infants' woven bath robes, dressing gowns, bed jackets and similar indoor wear and other outer garments, except garments of categories 6, 7, 15 A, 15 B, 21, 26, 27, 29, 76, 79 and 80, of wool, of cotton or of man-made textile fibres (5) China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay (6) ,6 41, ,1 _,7 94 7,5 19,7 82,6 24,6 37,8 (7) 2,5 3, ,7 Individual tariff ceilings Individual tariff ceilings Code Category CCT heading No NIMEXEcode Beneficiary countries or territories Allocated among Member Stales Not allocated among Member States Code Category CCT heading No NIMEXEcode Beneficiary countries or territories Allocated among Member States Not allocated among Member Stales (in tonnes) (in tonnes) (in tonnes) (in tonnes] (1) 80 (2) A A (3) , ,09 (4) Women's, girls' and infants' outer garments: A. Babies' garments; girls' garments up to and including commercial size 86 Women's, girls' and infants' undergarments: A. Babies' garments: girls' garments up to and including commercial size 86: Babies' woven garments, of wool, of cotton or of man-made textile fibres (5) China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay (6) ι,ι 7,3 8,3 2,1 1,1,6 67,3 11,0 (7) z 1.1 I.I 4,4 I.I 1,1 I.I 1,1 I.I ,6 1,1 1,6 3,1 I.I (1) 82 (2) ex Β (3) , 60 (4) Under garments, knitted or crocheted, not elastic or rubberized : B. Of other textile materi- Under garments, other than babies', knitted or crocheted, not elastic or rubberized, of wool, of fine animal hair or of regenerated textile fibres (5) China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay (6) 6,3 - (7) ,5 352

355 Code Category (1) 83 CCT heading No (2) ex A 11 NIMEXEcode (3) ,76,77, 78,79,81,85,88, 89,90,91 (4) A. Outer garments and clothing accessories: 11. Other: Outer garments and other articles, knitted or crocheted, not elastic or rubberized: Outer garments. knitted or crocheted, not elastic or rubberized, other than garments of categories 5, 7, 26, 27,28, 71,72,73,74 and 75, of wool, of cotton or of manmade textile fibres Beneficiary countries or territories (5) China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolívia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay Individual t j riff ceilings Allocated among Member States (in tonnes) (6) 9, ,7 9,3 72,0 26,4 76,9 45,6 27,1 Nol allocated among Member States (in tonnes) (7) 10,1 10,1 10,! 10,1 10,1 10,1 10,1 10, ,1 10,1 10,1 10,1 10,1 Code Catelli 85 CCT heading No (2) ex NIMEXEcode ( ,40,90 (4) Ties, bow ties and cravats: Other than knitted or cotton or of man-made textile fibres Beneficiary countries or temtoncs (5) China South Korea Hong Kong Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay Individual t riff ceilings among States (in tonnes) (6) Noi allocated among States (in tonnes) (7) 15 Individual tariff ceilings Individual tariff ceilings Code Category CCT heading No NIMEXEcode Descriplion Beneficiary countries or territories Allocated among Member States (in tonnes) Not allocated among Member States (in tonnes) Cate- CCT No NIMEXEcode Descriplion countries or temtoncs among Stales (in pieces) among States (in pieces) (1) 84 (2) ex (3) ,40,50, 60 (4) Shawls, scarves, mufflers. mantillas, veils and the like: Other than knitted or crocheted, of wool, of cotton or of man-made textile fibres (5) China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay (6) (7) 2,5 6,3 2,5 2,5 2, ,5 2,5 2, ,5 2, , ,5 2,5 28, , , (1) 86 (2) ex (3) ,30,40, 80 (4) Corsets, corset-belts, suspender-belts, brassières. braces, suspenders, garters and the like (including such articles of knitted or crocheted fabric), whether or not elastic: Corsets, corset-belts, suspender-belts, braces. suspenders, garters and the like (including such articles of knitted or crocheted fabric), other than brassières, whether or not elastic (5) China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Guatemala Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay (6) 19,3 200,7 27,0 19,3 19, ,2 (7) 19,3 19,3 19,3 19,3 19,3 19,3 19,3 19,3 19, ,3 19,3 19,3 19, , ,8 19,3 353

356 Individual ( riff ceilings Individual t ariff ceilings Code Category heading No NIMEXEcode Descriplion countries or territories among Member States among Member States Code Category CCT heading No NIMEXEcode Beneficiary countries or territories Allocated Member States Not allocated Member Slates (in tonnes) (in tonnes) (in tonnes) tin lonncs) (I) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (I) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) Gloves, mittens, mitts. stockings, socks and sockettes, not knitted or crocheted China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay ,7 6,2 4,0 118,9 21, ex , 12,, , ,21 Twine, cordage, ropes and cables, plaited or not: Twine, cordage, ropes and cables, of synthetic textile fibres, plaited or not China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay 12,2 12,5 12, ,2 12,2 12,2 12,2 12, ,2 12,2 12,2 12,2 12,2 12,2 12,2 12,5 12,2 12, , Made up accessories for articles of apparel (for example, dress shields, shoulder and other pads, belts. muffs, sleeve protectors. pockets): Other than knitted or crocheted China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay 2,1 6,7 2, ex ,73 Tarpaulins, sails, awnings. sunblinds, tents and camping goods: Tents China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay 9,1 171,8 9,1 9,1 9,1 22,0 9,1 9,1 9,1 9, ,1 9,1 9,1 9,1 9,1 9,1 9,1 9,1 11,0 9,1 9,1 9,1 9,1 354

357 Code (alegory CCT heading No NIMEXEcode Beneficiary countries or territories Individual tariff ceilings Allocated among Member States (in tonnes) Not allocated among Member States (in tonnes) Code Cate- CCT heading No NIMEXEcode countries or temtoncs Individual tariff ceilings among States (in tonnes) Not allocated among States (in tonnes) (D 92 (2) ex ex All! (3) , (4) Woven fabrics of manmade fibres (continuous), including woven fabrics of monofil or strip falling within heading No or : Rubberized textile fabrics other than rubberized, knitted or crocheted goods: A. Rubberized textile fabrics not comprised in subheading B: III. Other: Woven fabrics of man-made textile fibres and rubberized textile woven fabrics for tyres (5) China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay (6) - - (7) ,5 3, ,5 3,5 3,5 3,5 3, ,5 3,9 3,5 3, ID 94 (2) ( , 12,, 15, 16,18,21,29 (4) Wadding and articles of wadding; textile flock and dust and mill neps GROUP III (5) China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay (6) - (7) 11,2,5 11,2 11, ,2 11,2 11,2 11,2 11,2 11,2 11,2 11, ,2 11,2 11,2 11,2 11,2 11,2 11, Individual tariff ceilings ex Β ,40,97, 98 Sacks and bags, of a kind used for the packing of goods: B. Of other textile materi- Sacks and bags, of a kind used for the packing of goods, of woven fabrics, other than made from polyethylene or polypropylene strip China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay I - 6, , , , , ,1 6,1 6,1 6, ,2 6,1 6,1 6,1 6,1 6,1 6,1 Code Category (1) 95 CCT heading No (2) ex NIMEXEcode (3) ,41,47, 57,59,91.95, 97 (4) Felt and articles of felt, whether or not impregnated or coated: Felt and articles of felt, whether or not impregnated or coated, other than floor coverings Beneficiary countries or territories (5) China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay Allocated among Member States (in tonnes) (6) - Not allocated among Member States (in tonnes) (7) 5,1 5,1 5,1 5,1 5,1 5,1 5,1 5,1 5,1 5, ,1 5,1 5,1 54,8 5,1 5,1 5,1 5,1 5,1 5,1 5,1 5,1 5,

358 Individual tariff ceilings Individual tariff ceilings Code Category CCT heading No NIMEXEcode Beneficiary countries or territories among Member States among Member States Code Category CCT heading No NIMEXEcode Beneficiary countries or territories Allocated among Member States Not allocated among Member States (in tonnes) (in tonnes) (in tonnes) (in tonnes) (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) , 11,21, 23,25,29,30 Bonded fibre fabrics, similar bonded yarn fabrics. and articles of such fabrics. whether or not impregnated or coated: Other than clothing and clothing accessories China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay - 26,4 26,4 26,4 26,4 26,4 26,4 26,4 26,4 26,4 26,4 26,4 26,4 26,4 26,4 26,4 26,4 26,4 26,4 26,4 26,4 26,4 26,4 26,4 26,4 26, Other articles made from yam, twine, cordage, rope or cables, other than textile fabrics and articles made from such fabrics: Other articles made from yarn, twine, cordage, rope or cables, other than textile fabrics, articles made from such fabrics and articles of category 97 China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay Ξ - 4,2 4, , ,1 4, ,1 4,1 4, ,1 4, ,31,39, 59,91.99 Nets and netting made of twine, cordage or rope, and made up fishing nets of yarn, twine, cordage or rope: Nets and netting made of twine, cordage or rope, and made up fishing nets of yarn, twine. cordage or rope China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay 10,3 23,8 4, ,6 -._. 41,6 10,1 _ 4,6 4,6 4,6 4,6 4,6 4, ,6 4,6 4,6 4,6 4,6 4,6 4,6 4,6 4,6 4,6 4, ,90 Textile fabrics coated with gum or amylaceous substances, of a kind used for the outer covers of books and the like; tracing cloth; prepared painting canvas; buckram and similar fabrics for hat foundations and similar uses China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay _ , ,5 2,5 2, , ,5 2,5 2,5 2,5 2,5 2,5 2,5 2,5 356

359 Individual tariff ceilings Individual tariff ceilings Code Category CCT heading No NIMEXtcode Beneficiary countries or territories Allocated among Member States (in tonnes) Nol allocated among Member States (in tonnes) Code Category CCT heading No NIMEXEcode Beneficiary countries or territories Allocated among Member States (in tonnes) Not allocated among Member States (in tonnes) (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (I) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) , ,79 Textile fabrics impregnated, coated, covered or laminated with preparations of cellulose derivatives or of other artificial plastic materials China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay , ,3 21,3 21,3 21,3 21,3 21,3 21, ,3 21,3 21,3 21,3 21,3 21,3 21,3 21,3 21, , ,31,39 Linoleums and materials prepared on a textile base in a similar manner to linoleum, whether or not cut to shape or of a kind used as floor coverings; floor coverings consisting of a coating applied on a textile base, cut to shape or not China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay ,2 11,2 11,2 11,2 11,2 11,2 11, ,2 11,2 11,2 11,2 11, ,2 11,2 11,2 11,2 11, ex Twine, cordage, ropes and cables, plaited or not: Other than of synthetic textile fibres China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay - 4,1 4,1 4,1 4, ,1 4,1 4,1 4,1 4,1 4,1 4, ,1 4,1 4, ,8 370,2 4,1 40, ex ,, 17, 20 Rubberized textile fabrics other than rubberized knitted or crocheted goods: Excluding fabrics for tyres China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay ,1 4,1 4,1 4,1 4,1 4,1 4,1 4,1 4,1 4,1 4,1 4,1 4,1 4,1 4,1 4,1 4,1 4,1 4,1 4, ,1 357

360 Individual t ariff ceilings Individual tariff ceilings Code Category CCT heading No NIMEXEcode Beneficiary countries or territories Allocated among Member States Not allocated among Member States Code Category CCT heading No NIMEXEcode Beneficiary countries or territories Allocated among Member Slates Not allocated among Member States (in tonnes) (in tonnes) (in tonnes) (in tonnes) (1) (2) 13) (4) (5) (6) (7) (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) 7) Textile fabrics otherwise impregnated or coated; painted canvas being theatrical scenery, studio back-cloths or the like: Textile fabrics, impregnated or coated, other than those of categories 99, 100, 102 and 103: painted canvas being theatrical scenery, studio back-cloths or the like China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sii Lanka Thailand Uruguay Wicks, of woven, plaited or knitted textile materials, for lamps, stoves, lighters, candles and the like; tubular knitted gas-mantle fabric and incandescent gas mantles China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay , II, 13, 15, 19,32,34,35, 39 Elastic fabrics and trimmings (other than knitted or crocheted goods) consisting of textile materials combined with rubber threads China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay , , ,90 Textile hosepiping and similar tubing, with or without lining, armour or accessories of other materials China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay - 358

361 Individual tariff ceilings Individual tariff ceilings Code Category CCT heading No NIMEXEcode Beneficiary counlrics or territories Allocated among Member States Not allocated among Member States Code Category CCT heading No NIMEXEcode Beneficiary countries or territories Allocated among Member States Not allocated among Member States (in lonncs) (in tonnes) (in tonnes) (in tonnes) (D (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) Transmission, conveyor or elevator belts or belling, of textile material, whether or not strengthened with metal or other material China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay ex ,75 Tarpaulins, sails, awnings, sunblinds, tents and camping goods: Woven pneumatic matresses China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay - 12,2 27,0 12,2 12,2 12,2 12,2 12,2 12,2 12,2 12,2 12,2 12,2 12,2 12,2 12,2 12,2 20,3 12,2 12,2 12,2 12,2 12,2 12, ex ,61.69 Tarpaulins, sails, awnings, sunblinds, tents and camping goods: Woven tarpaulins, sails, awnings and sunblinds China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay _ 2, ,5 2,5 2, , ,5 2, ,5 2,5 2,5 2,5 2,5 2, III ex , 79 Tarpaulins, sails, awnings, sunblinds, tents and camping goods: Camping goods, woven, other than pneumatic mattresses and tents China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay 8,3 2,1 4,6 3,5 4,6 1,9 359

362 Individual tariff ceilings Individual tarift ceilings Code Category CCT heading No NIMEXEcode Beneficiary countries or territories Allocated among Member Stales Not allocated among Member States Code Category CCT heading No NIMEXEcode Beneficiary countries or territories among Member States among Member States (in tonnes) (in tonnes) (in tonnes) (in tonnes) (D (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (II (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) ex ,30,93, 95,99 Other made up textile articles (including dress patterns): Other made up textile articles, woven, excluding those of categories 113 and 1 China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay _, ,1 5,1 5,1 5,1 5, ,1 5,1 5,1 5,1 5, ,1 5,1 35,8 5,1 5,1 5,8 5, ex ,29,32, 38,49,59,71, 79,91,93,95,99 Textile fabrics and textile articles of a kind commonly used in machinery or plant China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay 4,1 4,1 4,1 4, ,1 4, ,1 4,1 4,1 4,1 4, , ex C ex 20 Other made up textile articles (including dress patterns): C. Floor cloths, dish cloths, dusters and the like, other than of jute and other textile bast fibres falling within heading No 57.03, or of coir. Floor cloths, dish cloths, dusters and the like, other than knitted or crocheted China South Korea Hong Kong Macao Romania Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guatemala Honduras India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Peru Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Uruguay - 21,3 20,8 139,0 4,5 360

363 ANNEX H List of non-mfa textile products subject to Community tariff ceilings allocated or not allocated among Member States within the generalized tariff preferences in favour of certain developing countries and territories (a) (b) Code Category CCT heading No NIMEXEcode Descriplion Beneficiary countries or territories Individual tariff ceilings Allocated among Member Stales Not allocated among Member States (in tonnes) (in tonnes) Individual tariff ceilings (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) Code Category (1) CCT heading No (2) ex Β NIMEXEcode 13) , 37,39,50.61, , , (4) Flax or ramie yarn, not put up for retail sale Flax or ramie yarn, put up for retail sale Woven fabrics of flax or of ramie Bed linen, table linen and kitchen linen; curtains and other furnishing articles: B. Other: Bed linen of flax or ramie, other than knitted or crocheted Beneficiary countries or territories (5) Brazil Each of the other beneficiaries of List Each of the beneficiaries of List Romania Each of the beneficiaries of List A;Ch Each of the beneficiaries of List Allocated among Member States (in tonnes) (6) 175,4 41,3 Not allocated among Member Stales (in tonnes) (7) 175,4 6,2 41, ex Β ex ex Bla) , , Bed linen, table linen, toilet linen and kitchen linen; curtains and other furnishing articles: B. Other: Table linen, toilet linen and kitchen linen of flax or ramie, other than knitted or crocheted Bed linen, toilet linen and kitchen linen; curtains and other furnishing articles: Curtains (including net curtains) and other furnishing articles, of flax or ramie, other than knitted or crocheted Twine, cordage, ropes and cables, plaited or not: Twine, cordage, ropes and cables, plaited or not, of flax or ramie Sacks and bags, of a kind used for the packing of goods: B. Of other textile materials: 1. Used: a) Sacks and bags, of a kind used for the packing of goods, used, of flax or sisal, other than knitted or crocheted China Romania Each of lhe beneficiaries of List A Each of the beneficiaries of List Each of the beneficiaries of List Each of the beneficiaries of List 46,4 46,4 46, ,7 27,9 (a) Notwithstanding the rules for (he interpretation of the Common Customs Tariff, the wording for the designation of the products is to be considered as having no more than an indicative value, the preferential scheme being determined within the context of this annex, by the application of the s in the NIMEXE. (b) The admission of postal consignments to the benefit of the preferential scheme is subject to the particular NIMEXE code relating to the products concerned being indicated. 361

364 Individual tariff ceilings Individual tariff ceilings Code Category CCT heading No NIMEXEcode Beneficiary countries or territories Allocated among Member States Noi allocated among Member States Code Category CCT heading No NIMEXEcode Beneficiary countries or territories Allocated among Member Stales Not allocated among Member Slates (in tonnes) (in lonnes) (in tonnes) (in tonnes) (D (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) ID (2) (3) (4) (5) (6i (7) ex F Woven pile fabrics and chenille fabrics (other than terry towelling or similar terry fabrics of cotton falling within heading No and fabrics falling within heading No 58.05): Shawls, scarves, mufflers, mantillas, veils and the like: Woven pile fabrics and chenille fabrics of flax or ramie, other than narrow woven fabrics; shawls, scarves, mufflers, mantillas, veils and the like, of flax or ramie, other than knitted or crocheted Each of the beneficiaries of List 2, C AI ex II Β ex ex , , ,29 Monofil, strip (artificial straw and the like) and imitation catgut, of man-made fibre materials: A. Of synthetic textile materials: I. Monofil 11. Other: Other than products of category 125 Β Synthetic textile fibres (discontinuous) Each of the beneficiaries of List Romania Each of the beneficiaries List A;Ch, ex ex , 13, 15, 16, 17, , 13, 15, , 13, 15, 17, 18 Synthetic textile fibres (discontinuous) Romania Each of the beneficiaries of List A;Ch 670, A ex BII ,74, 75 Yarn of man-made fibres (continuous), not put up for retail sale: B. Yarn of regenerated textile fibres: 11. Other: Yarn, other than yarn of category 42 Brazil Each of the other beneficiaries of List A ex A 125 Β ex All , 17, 19, 32, 34, 38 Yarn of man-made fibres (continuous), not put up for retail sale: A. Yarn of synthetic textile fibres: Yarn of synthetic textile fibres other than yarn of category 41 Monofil, strip (artificial straw and the like) and imitation catgut, of man-made fibre materials: Each of the beneficiaries of List Each of the beneficiaries of List Β Β ex Monofil, strip (artificial straw and the like) and imitation catgut, of man-made fibre materials: B. Of regenerated textile materials Yarn of coarse animal hair Each of the beneficiaries of List Each of the beneficiaries of List 1 1 A. Of synthetic textile materials: 11. Other: ,24 Of polyethylene and polypropylene 362

365 Individual tariff ceilings Individual tariff ceilings Code Category CCT heading No NIMEXEcode Beneficiary countries or territories Allocated among Member States Not allocated amung Member States Code Category CCT heading No NIMEXEcode Beneficiary countries or territories Allocated among Member States Not allocated among Member Stales d) (2) (3) (4) (5) (in tonnes)!<>> (in tonnes) (7) <D (2) (3) (4) (5) (in tonnes) (6) (in tonnes) (7) A A 130 Β B, C , ,90, Silk yarn, other than yarn of noil or other waste silk, not put up for retail sale Silk yarn and yarn spun from noil or other waste silk, put up for retail sale; silk worm gut: imitation catgut of silk: A. Silk yarn Yarn spun from noil or other waste silk, not put up for retail sale Silk yarn and yarn spun from noil or other waste silk, put up for retail sale: silk worm gut; imitation catgut of silk: B. Yarn spun from noil or olher waste silk C. Silk worm gut: imitation catgut of silk Each of the beneficiaries of List A:R;Ch Each of the beneficiaries ol' List A;R:Ch 26,8 40, ex ex 5ÍS.04 ex ,20,31, 39.41,42,44,45. 47, 48, , , Woven fabrics of horsehair or of other coarse animal hair Woven fabrics of silk Woven pile fabrics and chenille fabrics (other than terry towelling or similar terry fabrics of cotton falling within heading No and fabrics falling within heading No 58.05), of silk, of noil silk or of other waste silk Narrow woven fabrics of silk, of noil silk or of other waste silk Each of the beneficiaries of List China Each of the beneficiaries of List A;R; Each of the beneficiaries of List , ex Yarn of sisal Each of the beneficiaries of List ,20,90 Woven fabrics of true hemp, of other vegetable textile fibres or of paper yarn Each of the beneficiaries of List ex Paper yarn Each of the beneficiaries of List Woven fabrics of metal threads or of metallized yarn Each of the beneficiaries of List A ,03,07 Yarn of true hemp and other vegetable textile fibres Each of the beneficiaries of List ex Knitted or crocheted fabric of textile material other than cotton, wool or manmade fibres Each of the beneficiaries of List I Metallized yarn Each of the beneficiaries of List ex Travelling rugs and blankets of textile material other than cotton, wool or man made fibres Each of the beneficiaries of List 4,1 363

366 Individual tariff ceilings Individual tariff ceilings Code Category CCT heading No NIMEXEcode Descriplion Beneficiary countries or territories Allocated among Member States Not allocated among Member States Code Category CCT heading No NIMEXEcode Beneficiary countries or territories Allocated among Member States Not allocated among Member States (in tonnes) (in tonnes) (in tonnes) (in tonnes) (1) (2) (3) (41 (5) (6) (7) (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) ex ex A ex Β ex A ex Β ex , , 38 Carpets, carpeting, rugs, mats and matting, of sisal, of other fibres of the Agave family or of Manila hemp Felt of coarse animal hair Twine, cordage, ropes and cables, plaited or not: Of abaca (Manila hemp) Twine, cordage, ropes and cables, plaited or not: Of true hemp Twine, cordage, ropes and cables, plaited or not: Binder and baler twine for agricultural machines, of sisal and other fibres of the Agave family Twine, cordage, ropes and cables, plaited or not: Of sisal and other fibres of the Agave family, other than the products of category 6 A China Each of the beneficiaries of List A; R Each of the beneficiaries of List Philippines Each of the other beneficiaries of List Each of the beneficiaries of List Brazil Mexico Each of the other beneficiaries of List Brazil Mexico Each of the other beneficiaries of List A;R;"Ch I4I.4-89,8-262,1 262,1 12,4 12,4 1, ,4 262,1 12, ex A A II b) 4,ι,ιΙΙΙ bb)22aaa) A II d) III e) B II d) IV e) , , 16,29, A IIb) 4 aa)66 bb)llff0 22 ggg) cc) ,37,44, gg)55 49, 75, 80, , hh)55 92 jlj)22 kk)22 11) 55 Felt and articles of fell, whether or not impregnated or coated: A. Felt in the piece or simply cut to rectangular shape: Needle loom felt of jute or of other textile bast fibres of heading No 57.03, not impregnated or coated, for uses other than floor coverings Outer garments and other articles, knitted or crocheted, not elastic or rubberized: A. Outer garments and clothing accessories: Blouses and pullovers of silk, noil or other waste silk for women, girls and infants Under garments, knitted or crocheted, not elastic or Under garments, other than those of categories 1 to 123 Outer garments and other articles, knitted or crocheted, not elastic or rubberized: Outer garments and clothing accessories, other than those of categories 1 to 123 and of category 156 Each of the beneficiaries of List Each of the beneficiaries of List A;R,Ch Each of the beneficiaries of List Each of the beneficiaries of List - 3, ,2 12,4 364

367 Individual tariff ceilings Individual tariff ceilings Cale gory CCT heading No NIMEXEcode Beneficiary countries or territories Allocated among Member States Not allocated among Member States Code Category CCT heading No NIMEXEcode Beneficiary countries or territories Allocated among Member States Not allocated among Member States (in tonnes) (in tonnes) (4) (5) (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) H Heil...) 7 aa) Women's, girls' and infants' outer garments: II. Dresses, blouses and shirt-blouses of silk or of noil or of other waste silk, of textile fabric Shawls, scarves, mufflers, mantillas, veils and the like: Each of the beneficiaries of List A I AI All Garments of the 'cow-boy' type and other similar garments for amusement and play, less than commercial size 158 Used clothing Each of the beneficiaries of List Each of the other beneficiaries of List - 6,2 5.2 Of silk, of noil or other waste silk Ties, bow ties and cravats: Of silk, of noil or other waste silk Handkerchiefs: Of silk, of noil or of other waste silk Each of the beneficiaries of List Β IV ex c) V a) 4 b) 4 c) 4 d) 4 e) g) 4 Men's and boys' outer garments: Each of the beneficiaries of List B II d) ex 3) c) I dd) 2dd) 3dd) 4 ff) 5dd) odd) 8bb) 9dd) ex , 48,58,68,78,89, ex 28, , , 87,94 Women's, girls' and infants' outer garments: B. Other: Outer garments for men, boys, women, girls and infants (including babies), othei than those of categories 1 to 123 and category

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369 USEFUL ADDRESSES Where to apply for practical information in the Member States of the Community: Belgium General matters: Ministère des Affaires économiques, Square de Meeûs 23, 1040 BRUSSELS Mr JEANGILLE - Tel , extension 130 Customs matters: Ministère des Finances, Administration des Douanes et Accises - Cité administrative de l'etat - Tour Finances - Bte 37-50, Boulevard du Jardin Botanique, 1010 BRUSSELS Mr REMACLE - Tel Denmark Departementet for told- og forbrugsafgifter, Frederiksholms Kanal 25, 1220 COPENHAGEN K - Tel Federal Republic of Germany General matters: Bundesministerium für Wirtschaft, 53 BONN Mr Ernst-August HÖRIG - Tel. 0228/ Particular matters: Bundesstelle für Außenhandelsinformation 5000 COLOGNE 1, Postfach /20571 France General matters: Ministère de l'économie, Direction des Relations économiques extérieures, 41, Quai Branly, PARIS - Tel Mr GUIRAUDET - Tel Customs matters: Ministère de l'économie, Direction générale des Douanes, 8, rue de la Tour des Dames PARIS Ms FLEURY - Tel extension 568 or 446 Greece General matters: Ministry of Commerce, Division of International Organizations (DODES) Kaningos Square, ATHENS Mr PAPAMARCOS - Tel Customs matters: Ministry of Finance, Directorate-General for Customs, 10, Karageorgi Servias Street, ATHENS Mr KOUNADIS - Tel

370 Ireland General matters: Department of Industry, Trade, Commerce and Tourism, Kildare Street, DUBLIN 2 - Tel Ms. K. HALLAHAN - extension 2361 Customs matters and quotas: Office of the Revenue Commissioners, Cts Division, Hume House, Ballsbridge, DUBLIN 4 - Tel , extension 37 Mrs. M. DUFFY - Tel Mrs. M. MAGUIRE - Tel Italy General matters: Ministero Commercio Estero, Direzione Generale Accordi, Viale America, ROME EUR Mr Mario COSTANTINO - Tel Customs matters: Ministero Finanze, Direzione Generale Dogane, Viale America ROME Mr L. BRUNO - Tel Mr A. ROSSI - Tel Luxembourg Ministère des Affaires étrangères et du Commerce extérieur 6, rue de la Congrégation LUXEMBOURG Mr C. WEIS - Tel Mr J.-P. ZENS - Tel Portugal General matt ers: Ministério da Indústria e do Comércio, Direcção Geral do Comércio Externo, Av. da República, N. 79, 1100 LISBOA Mrs. Maria de Lourdes PINTO - Tel Customs matters: Ministério das Finanças, Direcção Geral das Alfandegas, Rua das Alfandegas, 1200 LISBOA Mr Nuno da Rocha - Tel The Netherlands General matters: Ministerie van Economische Zaken, Postbus THE HAGUE Mrs A.M. PLATE - Tel. 070/ extension 6309 Customs matters: Ministerie van Financiën, Postbus 20201, 2500 EE THE HAGUE Mr A.R. ROTTINK - Tel. 070/ Spain General and commercial matters: Ministerio de Economía y Hacienda, Dirección General de Comercio Exterior, Paseo de la Castellana, 162, MADRID - Tel Customs matters: Ministerio de Economía y Hacienda, Dirección General de Aduanas e Impuestos Especiales, Guzmán el Bueno, 137, MADRID - Tel

371 United Kingdom General matters: International Trade Policy Division - Department of Trade, 1 Victoria Street, LONDON SW1H OET Mr David BABB - Tel Customs matters: H.M. Customs and Excise, Kings Beam House, Mark Lane, LONDON EC3R 7HE Tel , extension 5613 or

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373 European Communities - Commission Practical Guide to the Use of the European Communities' Scheme of Generalized Tariff Preferences Luxembourg: Office for Official Publications of the European Communities pp χ 21.0 cm ES, EN, FR ISBN Catalogue : CN EN-C Price (excluding VAT) in Luxembourg ECU BFR 550 IRL 8.90 UKL 8.10 USD 12 This Practical Guide to the Use of the European Communities' Scheme of Generalized Tariff Preferences is presented in two parts. The first describes briefly the international and Community background against which the scheme is devised and describes its characteristics and mechanics. In the second, the 'Guide' lists, product by product, the preferential advantages open to developing countries, following the Common Customs Tariff classification.

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