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United States of America: Imposition of fees on domestic and imported paper to promote exports and domestic sales

Measure #5851 | Published 22 Jan 2014 | Inception 23 Jan 2014 ▲

Description

The Agricultural Marketing Service of the U.S. Department of Agriculture published a final rule on January 22, 2014, establishing a Paper and Paper-Based Packaging Promotion, Research and Information Order.

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[+ 7 more tariff lines]

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Canada: Removal of 72 countries and territories from the General Preferential Tariff program

Measure #5557 | Published 14 Nov 2013 | Inception 1 Jan 2015 ▲

Description

Effective January 1, 2015, Canada will remove 72 countries and territories from beneficiary status under the General Preferential Tariff (GPT) program. The declared purpose of the change is to concentrate the remaining preferences on the leas

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[+ 29 more sectors]

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[+ 1199 more tariff lines]

United States of America: Possible imposition of fee to promote paper and paper packaging

Measure #5396 | Published 24 Sep 2013 ▲

Description

The Agricultural Marketing Service of the U.S. Department of Agriculture proposes a Paper and Paper-Based Packaging Promotion, Research and Information Order.

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[+ 7 more tariff lines]

Venezuela: Import facilitation for raw materials, consumable and capital goods

Measure #5148 | Published 27 Jul 2013 | Inception 30 Jan 2013 ▲

Description

On 29 January 2013, Venezuela’s Ministry of Planning and Finance (Ministerio del Poder Popular de Planificación y Finanzas) adopted Resolution No.

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[+ 11 more sectors]

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[+ 369 more tariff lines]

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[+ 9 more jurisdictions]

Ecuador: Import tariff increase on alcohol, tobacco and other products

Measure #4876 | Published 27 Jun 2013 | Inception 15 Jun 2012 ▲

Description

On 11 June 2012, Ecuador’s Trade Committee (Comité de Comerico Exterior COMEX) adopted Resolution No. 63 increasing import tariffs on alcohol, tobacco, paper and other products corresponding to a total of 42 tariff lines.

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[+ 27 more tariff lines]

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[+ 9 more jurisdictions]

Colombia: Temporary elimination of import duties on 1247 tariff lines

Measure #4729 | Published 10 Jun 2013 | Inception 28 Jan 2010 ▲

Description

On 28 January 2010, Colombia’s Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Tourism adopted in Decree No. 240 the temporary elimination of import duties on 1247 tariff lines starting with tariff line 2504 up to tariff line 9401.

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[+ 966 more tariff lines]

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Colombia: Temporary elimination of import duties on 3,095 tariff lines to benefit agricultural and industrial sectors

Measure #4595 | Published 19 May 2013 | Inception 15 Aug 2012 ▲

Description

On 15 August 2012, the Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Tourism of the Republic of Colombia adopted Decree No.

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[+ 998 more tariff lines]

United States of America: Proposed assessment on imported and domestic paper products

Measure #4033 | Published 8 Jan 2013 ▲

Description

The Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS) of the United States invites comments on a proposed Paper and Paper-Based Packaging Promotion, Research and Information Order.

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[+ 7 more tariff lines]

Chile: Elimination of import duties by 2015

Measure #3834 | Published 1 Nov 2012 | Inception 5 Sep 2012 ▲

Description

On 27 April 2012, the Minister of Finance and Treasury, Felipe Larraín, announced that Chile will eliminate all import tariffs by 2015 (as a part of its tax reform which entered into force on 4 September 2012).

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[+ 22 more sectors]

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[+ 877 more tariff lines]

South Africa: Removal of import tariff on aluminium products, paper and polymers

Measure #3015 | Published 9 Jan 2012 | Inception 1 Jan 2012 ▲

Description

Effective 1 January 2012, the government of South Africa removed import duties on a range of products. The prior rates were:

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[+ 17 more jurisdictions]