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Cadmium & Articles Thereof, Includ Waste & Scrap

China: Import ban on solid waste

Measure #11310 | Published 5 Apr 2016 | Inception 1 Jan 2015 ▲

Description

 On 30 December 2014, the Chinese government issued Announcement No. 80/2014 introducing a ban on imports of solid waste. The annex to the announcement includes a catalogue of all products facing the import ban.

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[+ 4 more sectors]

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[+ 63 more tariff lines]

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EC: GSP for certain countries' sectors revoked for 2017-2019 period

Measure #11164 | Published 18 Mar 2016 | Inception 1 Jan 2017 ▲

Description

 On 9 March 2016, the European Commission announced regulation 330/2016 changing its Generalized Scheme of Preferences (henceforth: GSP) for a number of countries.

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[+ 11 more sectors]

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[+ 391 more tariff lines]

Argentina: A reduction of export taxes for all minerals and manufactured products

Measure #11153 | Published 15 Mar 2016 | Inception 21 Dec 2015 ▲

Description

Argentina by means of Decree No. 160/2015,  announced the total removal of export taxes for all mineral and manufactured products.

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[+ 10 more sectors]

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[+ 818 more tariff lines]

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Jamaica: New regulatory regime industrial and non-industrial scrap metal trade including new licence requirements and more stringent customs proceedings

Measure #10648 | Published 6 Dec 2015 | Inception 19 Dec 2012 ▲

Description

On 19 December 2012 the Jamaican Minister of Industry, Investment and Commerce announced changes to the regulations surrounding industrial and non-industrial scrap metal trade.

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[+ 1 more tariff lines]

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Sri Lanka: Removal and subsequent introduction of export license requirements on a number of listed metal and steel goods

Measure #10482 | Published 28 Nov 2015 | Inception 10 Nov 2009 ▲

Description

On 10 November 2009 the 1979 Export Regulations of Sri Lanka was amended under the Gazette (extra Ordinary) No 1627/2 published on 9 November 2009 . Hereto the Gazette Extraordinary, No.

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[+ 37 more tariff lines]

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Morocco: Introduction of import and export licenses for various ferrous and nonferrous metals waste scraps

Measure #10479 | Published 27 Nov 2015 | Inception 29 Jun 2009 ▲

Description

On 29 June 2009 the Ministry of Foreign Trade announced under Notice No. 05/09 the introduction of export and import license requirements on various waste scarp ferrous and nonferrous metal goods.  

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[+ 3 more tariff lines]

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EAC: Introduction of export restrictions on scrap metal

Measure #10477 | Published 27 Nov 2015 | Inception 29 Jun 2010 ▲

Description

On 29 July 2010 the East African Community (EAC) Gazette announced under legal notice number EAC/16/2010 the amendment of the East African Community Customs Management Act 2004, the Third schedule, Part B (Restricted Goods) to include: “used

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[+ 4 more tariff lines]

Uzbekistan: State support for Almalikski Mining and Metallurgical Plant (12.8 million USD)

Measure #10013 | Published 6 Oct 2015 | Inception 29 Aug 2015 ▲

Description

On 29 August 2015 the Cabinet of Ministers of Uzbekistan approved with Decree No. 254 the issuance of credit to Almalikski Mining and Metallurgical Plant.

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Afghanistan: Introduced export duties on scrap metal and waste

Measure #9529 | Published 6 Sep 2015 | Inception 1 Jul 2010 ▲

Description

On 1 July 2010 entered into force Letter “Sales of scrap metals” of the Ministry of Finance of the Government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan. It introduced export duties on certain goods of scrap metal and waste.

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[+ 1 more tariff lines]

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Peru: The elimination of import tariffs on 1085 tariff lines

Measure #9609 | Published 14 Aug 2015 | Inception 6 Nov 2014 ▲

Description

Effective 7 November 2014, Peru eliminated the import tariffs on 1,085 tariff lines with Decree 314-2014.  The initial list, published as Decree 312-2014 foresaw tariff rebates for 800 further products.

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[+ 7 more sectors]

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[+ 337 more tariff lines]

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