ANNOUNCEMENT 31 Oct 2011

In October 2011, the government of Brazil announced a change in import tariff quotas.

NUMBER OF INTERVENTIONS

1

  • 0 harmful
  • 0 neutral
  • 1 liberalising

SOURCE



Camex resolution no. 83 of 31 October 2011, published in Official Gazette of 3 November 2011: http://www.camex.gov.br/legislacao/interna/id/790


Inception date: 03 Nov 2011 | Removal date: 02 Nov 2012
Still in force

Import tariff quota

On 31 October 2011, the Brazilian Foreign Trade Council (Camex) issued Resolution no. 83 introducing various tariff rate quotas:

  • Sardines, sardinelles and sprats (NCM 0303.71.00): 2%, quota of 30,000 tonnes, for 12 months
  • Anhydrous sodium sulfate (NCM 2833.11.10): 2%, quota of 650,000 tonnes, for 12 months
  • Sodium triphosphate (NCM 2835.31.90): 2%, quota of 30,000 tonnes, for 12 months
  • Blood fractions and modified immunological products for medicinal purposes (NCM 3002.10.39): free of duty, quota of 944,930 flasks of specified dosage and concentration, for 11 or 12 months
  • Human serum albumin (NCM 3002.10.37): free of duty, quota of 429,600 flasks of 10g each
  • Convex plates of a kind used in the manufacture of reactors for the petrochemical industry (NCM 7326.90.90): 2%, quota 100 tonnes, for 4 months, revoked by Resolution 87 on 10 November 2011.

The measure took effect on 03 November 2011 and lasted until 02 November 2012 at the latest.

AFFECTED SECTORS