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Goods Exempted by Tariff

Exempt Goods In the Unified GCC Customs Tariff 2017  (811) Commodities

 

S.N.HS Code
Item
1.       10 21 01 01- - - Purebred breeding horses of Arabic origin
2.       01 01 01 21- - - Other purebred breeding horses
3.       10 29 01 01- - - Sport horses
4.       20 01 01 20- - - Ponies
5.       01 01 01 29- - - Other
6.       00 30 01 01- - - Donkeys
7.       00 01 01 01- Other
8.       00 21 02 01- - Purebred breeding cows
9.       00 29 02 01- - Other cows
10.   00 31 02 01- - Purebred breeding buffalo
11.   00 39 02 01- - Other buffalo
12.   00 90 02 01- - Other live cattle
13.   10 10 04 01- - - Purebred breeding sheep
14.   90 10 04 01- - - Other sheep
15.   10 20 04 01- - - Purebred breeding goats
16.   90 20 04 01- - - Other goats
17.   00 11 05 01- - Roosters and chickens of the genus gallus domesticus, weighing no more than 185 grams
18.   00 12 05 01- - Turkey roosters and chickens weighing no more than 185 grams
19.   00 13 05 01- - Ducks weighing no more than 185 grams
20.   00 14 05 01- - Geese weighing no more than 185 grams
21.   00 15 05 01- - Guineafowl weighing no more than 185 grams
22.   10 94 05 01- - - Laying hens
23.   20 94 05 01- - - Meat birds
24.   30 94 05 01- - - Mother hens
25.   90 94 05 01- - - Other roosters and chickens of the genus Gallus domesticus
26.   10 99 05 01- - - Pet Ducks and geese
27.   20 99 05 01- - - Turkey roosters and chickens
28.   90 99 05 01- - - Other
29.   00 11 06 01- - Primates
30.   00 12 06 01

- - Whales, dolphins and porpoises (mammals of the order 5%

Cetacea);manatees and dugongs (mammals of the order

Sirenia); seals, sealions and walruses (mammals of the

suborder Pinnipedia)"

31.   00 13 06 01- - Camels and other camelids (Camelidae)
32.   00 14 06 01- - Rabbits and hares
33.   30 19 06 01- - - Deer and elk
34.   40 19 06 01- - - Dogs
35.   50 19 06 01- - -  Fox, mink and similar fur animals
36.   60 19 06 01- - - Zoo animals, animal exhibits and animals imported for scientific agencies for experiments and research laboratories
37.   90 19 06 01- - - Other
38.   00 20 06 01- Reptiles (including snakes and turtles)
39.   00 31 06 01- - Birds of prey (prey)
40.   00 32 06 01- - Psittaciformes (including parrots, parakeets, macaues and cockatoos)
41.   00 33 06 01- - Ostriches; emus (Dromaius novaehollandiae)
42.   10 39 06 01- - - Pigeons, wild pigeons, partridge, pheasant, quail, chicken, snipe, ortolan, wild duck
43.   20 39 06 01- - - Pet birds
44.   01 06 06 90 39- - - Other birds
45.   00 41 06 01- - Bees
46.   00 49 06 01- - Other insects
47.   00 90 06 01- Other
48.   00 10 01 02- Carcasses and half-carcasses of bovine meat, fresh or chilled
49.   00 20 01 02- Other cuts of bovine meat with bone in, fresh or chilled
50.   00 30 01 02- Boneless bovine meat, fresh or chilled
51.   00 10 04 02- Carcasses and half-carcasses of lamb, fresh or chilled
52.   00 21 04 02 - - Carcasses and half-carcasses of sheep, fresh or chilled
53.   00 22 04 02 - - Other cuts of sheep with bone in
54.   00 23 04 02 - - Boneless sheep meat, fresh or chilled
55.   11 50 04 02- - - - Carcasses and half-carcasses of goat meet, fresh or chilled
56.   21 50 04 02- - - - Other cuts of goat meet with bone in
57.   31 50 04 02 - - - - Boneless goat meat, fresh or chilled
58.   10 80 06 02- - - Cuts and offal of sheep and goat, fresh or chilled
59.   10 10 08 02- - - Meat and edible offal of rabbits or hares, fresh or chilled
60.   10 60 08 02- - - Meat and edible offal of camel meat, fresh or chilled
61.   20 60 08 02- - - Meat and edible offal of camel meat, frozen
62.   00 11 01 03- -   Ornamental fish from fresh water
63.   00 19 01 03- - Other ornamental fish
  1.  
00 91 01 03

- - Trout (Salmo trutta, Oncorhynchus mykiss, Oncorhynchus clarki, Oncorhynchus

aguabonita, Oncorhynchus gilae,

Oncorhynchus apache and Oncorhynchus

chrysogaster)

  1.  
00 92 01 03- - Live Eels (Anguilla spp.)
  1.  
00 93 01 03

- - Carp (Cyprinus carpio, Carassius carassius,

Ctenopharyngodon idellus, Hypophthalmichthys

spp., Cirrhinus spp.,Mylopharyngodon piceus)

67.   00 01 01 03

- - Atlantic and Pacific bluefin tunas

(Thunnus thynnus, Thunnus orientalis)

68.   00 01 01 95- - Southern blue fin tunas (Thunnus maccoyii)
  1.  
00 99 01 03- - Other live fish
70.   00 11 02 03

- - Trout fresh or chilled (Salmo trutta, Oncorhynchus mykiss,

aguabonita, Oncorhynchus gilae,

Oncorhynchus apache and Oncorhynchus

chrysogaster)

71.   00 13 02 03

- - Pacific salmon fresh or chilled (Oncorhynchus nerka,

keta,Oncorhynchus tschawytscha, Oncorhynchus

kisutch, Oncorhynchus masou and Oncorhynchus

rhodurus)

72.   00 14 02 03- - Atlantic salmon fresh or chilled (Salmo salar) and Danube salmon (Hucho hucho)
73.   00 19 02 03- - Other fresh or chilled fish
74.   00 21 02 03

- - Halibut fresh or chilled (Reinhardtius hippoglossoides, Hippoglossus hippoglossus, Hippoglossus

stenolepis)

75.   00 22 02 03- - Plaice fresh or chilled (Pleuronectes platessa)
76.   00 23 02 03- - Sole fresh or chilled (Solea spp.)
77.   00 24 02 03- - Turbots fresh or chilled (Psetta maxima, Scophthalmidae)
78.   00 29 02 03- - Other fresh or chilled fish
79.   00 31 02 03- - Albacore or longfinned tunas (Thunnus alalunga)
80.   00 32 02 03- - Yellowfin tunas (Thunnus albacares)
81.   00 33 02 03- - Skipjack or stripe-bellied bonito
82.   00 34 02 03- - Bigeye tunas (Thunnus obesus)
83.   00 35 02 03- -  Atlantic and Pacific bluefin tunas (Thunnus thynnus, Thunnus orientalis)
84.   00 36 02 03- - Southern bluefin tunas (Thunnus maccoyii)
85.   10 39 02 03- - - Longtail tuna (Thunnus tungle)
86.   20 39 02 03- - - Kawakawa(Thunnus Avinus)
87.   03 03 03 39 39- - - Other
88.   00 41 02 03- Herrings (Clupea harengus, Clupea pallasii)
89.   00 42 02 03Anchovy fish (Angular type)
90.   03 02 02 00 00" - - Sardines (Sardina pilchardus, Sardinops spp.), sardinella (Sardinella spp.), brisling or sprats (Sprattus sprattus)"
91.   10 44 02 03"- - - Mackerel (King fish, soitted soabusg mackerel)"
92.   20 44 02 03- - - Indian mackerel
93.   03 03 02 90 90- - - Other
94.   10 45 02 03- - - Trevally
95.   20 45 02 03- - - Jackpomfert
96.   03 03 02 45 90- - - Other
97.   00 02 02 02 00- - Cobia (Rachycentron canadum)
98.   00 02 02 47 00- - Swordfish (Xiphias gladius)
99.   00 51 02 03"- - Cod (Gadus morhua, Gadus ogac, Gadus macrocephalus)."
100.                       00 02 02 03- - Haddock (Melanogrammus aeglefinus)
101.                       00 02 02 53- - Coalfish (Pollachius virens)
102.                       00 02 02 54" - - Hake (Merluccius spp., Urophycis spp.)"
103.                       00 55 02 03- - Alaska Pollack (Theraga chalcogramma)
104.                       00 56 02 03" - - Blue whitings (Micromesistius poutassou, Micromesistius"
105.                       00 02 02 59 00- - Other
106.                       00 71 02 03- - Tilapias (Oreochromis spp.)
107.                       00 02 02 03"- -Catfish (Pangasius spp., Silurus spp ,Clarias spp., Ictalurus spp.)"
108.                       00 03 02 02-- Carp (Cyprinus spp., Carassius spp., Ctenopharyngodon idellus, Hypophthalmichthys spp., Cirrhinus spp., Mylopharyngodon piceus
109.                       00 02 02 02- - Eels (Anguilla spp.)
110.                       00 79 02 03- - Other
111.                       00 81 02 03- - Dogfish and other sharks
112.                       00 82 02 03- - Rays and skates (Rajidae)
113.                       00 02 02 83- - Toothfish (Dissostichus spp.)
114.                       00 02 02 84 00- - Seabass (Dicentrarchus spp.)
115.                       00 85 02 03- - - - Seabream (bareed silvery, banded) (Sparidae)
116.                       10 89 02 03"- - - Groupers (for example, Hamor, Bertam, Chenino, Cato, Nagel, Samman) "
117.                       20 89 02 03
- - - Shei`ri fish (Sheoor)
118.                       30 03 02 89- - - Hamra fish (Alesmaudi)
119.                       03 02 89 89- - - Nagroor fish
120.                       03 02 89 89- - - Bori (Meed and Biyah) fish
121.                       03 02 02 89 60- - - Safi fish
122.                       03 02 89 89- - - barracuda
123.                       03 02 89 89- - - Croaker (Siganidae)
124.                       03 02 89 89- - - Other:
125.                       00 90 02 03"-- Livers, roes and milt"
126.                       00 11 06 03"- - Rock lobster and other sea crawfish (Palinurus spp., Panulirus spp., Jasus spp.)"
127.                       00 12 06 03- Lobsters (.spp Homarus)
128.                       00 14 06 03- - Crabs
129.                       00 15 06 03- - Norway lobsters (Nephrops norvegicus)
130.                       00 16 06 03"- - Cold-water shrimps and prawns (Pandalus spp., Crangon crangon)"
131.                       00 17 06 03- - Other shrimps and prawns
132.                       00 19 06 03"- - Other, including flours, meals and pellets of crustaceans, fit for human consumption"
133.                       00 21 06 03- - Rock lobster and other sea crawfish (Palinurus spp., Panulirus spp., Jasus spp.)
134.                       00 22 06 03 -- Not frozen Lobsters (.spp Homarus)
135.                       00 24 06 03- - Not frozen crab
136.                       00 25 06 03-- Norway lobsters (Nephrops norvegicus)
137.                       00 26 06 03-- Cold-water shrimps and prawns (Pandalus spp., Crangon crangon)
138.                       00 27 06 03Shrimps and prawns, live, cooked in shell, or uncooked (whether in shell or not), dried, salted or in brine, not frozen
139.                       00 29 06 03- - Other, including flours, meals and pellets of crustaceans, fit for human consumption
140.                       00 11 07 04- - Of fowls of the species Gallus domesticus
141.                       00 19 07 04- - Other eggs, fertilized for hatching
142.                       00 10 01 06"- Bulbs, tubers, tuberous roots, corms, crowns and rhizomes, dormant "
143.                       00 20 01 06"- Bulbs, tubers, tuberous roots, corms, crowns and rhizomes, in growth or in flower; chicory plants and roots "
144.                       10 10 02 06- - - Grapevines (grapeslips)
145.                       90 10 02 06- - - Other
146.                       10 20 02 06- - - Palm tree seedling
147.                       20 20 02 06- - - Coconut seedling
148.                       90 20 02 06- - - Other
149.                       00 10 01 07- "Potatoes seeds, fresh or chilled."
150.                       00 90 01 07- Other Potatoes seeds, fresh or chilled
151.                       00 00 02 07"Tomatoes, fresh or chilled."
152.                       11 10 03 07- - - - Onions for food (green or dry rind)
153.                       12 10 03 07- - - - Onions (for sowing)
154.                       20 10 03 07- - - Shallots
155.                       00 20 03 07- Garlic
156.                       00 90 03 07- Leeks and other alliaceous vegetables
157.                       00 10 04 07- Cauliflowers and headed broccoli
158.                       00 20 04 07- Brussels sprouts
159.                       00 90 04 07- Other
160.                       00 11 05 07- - Cabbage lettuce (head lettuce)
161.                       00 19 05 07- - Other
162.                       00 21 05 07- - Witloof chicory (Cichorium intybus var. foliosum)
163.                       00 29 05 07- - Other
164.                       00 10 06 07- Carrots and turnips
165.                       00 90 06 07- Other
166.                       00 00 07 07"Cucumbers and gherkins, fresh or chilled."
167.                       00 10 08 07- Peas (Pisum sativum)
168.                       00 20 08 07"- Beans (Vigna spp., Phaseolus spp.)"
169.                       10 90 08 07- - - Beans
170.                       90 90 08 07- - - Other
171.                       00 20 09 07- Asparagus
172.                       00 30 09 07- Aubergines (egg-plants)
173.                       00 40 09 07- Celery other than celeriac
174.                       00 51 09 07- Mushrooms and truffles:
175.                       10 59 09 07- - - Truffles
176.                       90 59 09 07- - - Other
177.                       00 60 09 07- Fruits of the genus Capsicum or of the genus Pimenta
178.                       00 70 09 07"- Spinach, New Zealand spinach and orache spinach (garden spinach) "
179.                       00 91 09 07- - Globe artichokes
180.                       00 92 09 07- - Olives
181.                       00 93 09 07"- - Pumpkins, squash and gourds (Cucurbita spp.)"
182.                       10 99 09 07- - - Marrow
183.                       20 99 09 07- - - Okra
184.                       30 99 09 07- - - Parsley
185.                       40 99 09 07- - - Coriander
186.                       90 99 09 07- - - Other
187.                       10 31 13 07- - Beans of the species Vigna mungo (L.) Hepper or Vigna radiata (L.) Wilczek
188.                       10 32 13 07- - Small red (Adzuki) beans (Phaseolus or Vigna angularis):
189.                       10 33 13 07- - Kidney beans, including white pea beans (Phaseolus vulgaris):
190.                       00 10 03 08- plantains
191.                       00 90 03 08- Other
192.                       10 10 04 08- - - Fresh dates
193.                       21 10 04 08- - - - Pressed dates
194.                       29 10 04 08- - - - Other dates
195.                       10 20 04 08- - - Fresh figs
196.                       20 20 04 08- - - Dried figs
197.                       00 30 04 08- Pineapples
198.                       00 40 04 08- Avocados
199.                       10 50 04 08- - - Guavas
200.                       20 50 04 08- - - Mangoes
201.                       30 50 04 08- - - Mangosteens
202.                       00 10 05 08- Oranges
203.                       00 20 05 08-- Mandarins (including tangerines and satsumas)
204.                       00 40 05 08Lemon (grapefruit), including bumble
205.                       10 50 05 08- - - Fresh lemon
206.                       20 50 05 08- - - Dried lemon
207.                       00 90 05 08- Other
208.                       00 10 06 08- Fresh grapes
209.                       00 20 06 08- Dried grapes
210.                       00 11 07 08- - Watermelons
211.                       10 19 07 08- - - Melon (muskmelon)
212.                       90 19 07 08- - - Other
213.                       00 20 07 08- Papaws (papayas)
214.                       00 10 08 08- Apples
215.                       00 30 08 08- Pears
216.                       00 40 08 08- Quinces
217.                       00 10 09 08- Apricots
218.                       00 21 09 08- - Sour cherries (Prunus cerasus)
219.                       00 29 09 08- - Other
220.                       00 30 09 08"- Peaches, including nectarines"
221.                       00 40 09 08- Plums and sloes
222.                       00 10 10 08- Strawberries
223.                       00 20 10 08"- Raspberries, blackberries, mulberries and loganberries"
224.                       00 30 10 08"- Black, white or red currants and gooseberries"
225.                       00 40 10 08"- Cranberries, bilberries and other fruits of the genus Vaccinium"
226.                       00 50 10 08- Kiwifruit
227.                       00 60 10 08- Durians
228.                       00 70 10 08- Persimmons
229.                       10 90 10 08- - - Pomegranates
230.                       20 90 10 08- - - Medlar
231.                       30 90 10 08- - - Prickly pear
232.                       90 90 10 08- - - Other
233.                       00 11 01 09 - - Coffee, not roasted, not decaffeinated
234.                       00 12 01 09- - Coffee, not roasted, decaffeinated
235.                       00 21 01 09 - - Coffee roasted, not decaffeinated
236.                       00 22 01 09 - - Coffee roasted, decaffeinated
237.                       00 90 01 09- Other
238.                       00 10 02 09- Green tea (not fermented) in immediate packing of a content not exceeding 3 kg
239.                       00 20 02 09- Other green tea (not fermented)
240.                       10 30 02 09- - - Tea bag not exceeding 3 g
241.                       90 30 02 09- - - Other
242.                       00 40 02 09- Other black tea (fermented) and other partly fermented tea
243.                       00 31 08 09- - Neither crushed nor ground
244.                       00 32 08 09- - Crushed or ground
245.                       10 11 01 00- Durum wheat seed
246.                       00 19 01 10- - Other
247.                       10 01 01 91- - Seed
248.                       10 99 01 10- - - Normal wheat
249.                       20 99 01 10- - - Thin wheat
250.                       30 99 01 10- - - Meslin
251.                       10 10 03 00- Barley seeds
252.                       00 90 03 10- Other
253.                       00 10 04 10- Oats seeds
254.                       10 90 04 10- - - Grey oats (or black)
255.                       20 90 04 10- - - White oats (or yellow )
256.                       00 10 05 10Maize (corn) seeds
257.                       10 90 05 10- - - Golden corn
258.                       20 90 05 10- - - White corn
259.                       30 90 05 10- - - Brown corn
260.                       90 90 05 10- - - Other
261.                       00 10 06 10- Rice in the husk (paddy or rough)
262.                       00 20 06 10- Husked (brown) rice
263.                       00 30 06 10"- Semi-milled or wholly milled rice, whether or not polished or glazed "
264.                       00 40 06 10- Broken rice
265.                       00 10 08 10- Buckwheat
266.                       00 21 08 10- Millet seed
267.                       00 29 08 10- - Other
268.                       00 30 08 10- Canary seeds
269.                       00 40 08 10- Fonio (Digitaria spp.)
270.                       00 50 08 10- Quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa)
271.                       00 60 08 10- Triticale
272.                       00 90 08 10- Other cereals
273.                       10 00 01 11- - - Wheat flour
274.                       20 00 01 11- - - Flour of mixed wheat and rye
275.                       00 20 02 11- Maize (corn) flour
276.                       10 90 02 11- - - Barley flour
277.                       20 90 02 11- - - Oats flour
278.                       30 90 02 11- - - Grain sorghum flour
279.                       40 90 02 11- - - Buckwheat flour
280.                       50 90 02 11- - - Millet flour
281.                       60 90 02 11- - - Rice flour
282.                       90 90 02 11- - - Other
283.                       10 11 03 11- - - Of wheat: Groats
284.                       20 11 03 11- - - Meal
285.                       10 13 03 11- - Of maize (corn): Groats
286.                       20 13 03 11- - - Cereal
287.                       10 19 03 11- - - Of barley
288.                       20 19 03 11- - - Of grain sorghum
289.                       30 19 03 11- - - Of rye
290.                       40 19 03 11- - - Of buckwheat
291.                       50 19 03 11- - - Of millet
292.                       90 19 03 11- - - Of other creals
293.                       00 20 03 11- Pellets
294.                       12 10 01 00- Soya beans, seeds
295.                       10 90 01 12- - - Whole beans
296.                       10 90 01 12"- - - Beans, Crushed"
297.                       00 10 09 12- Suger beet seed
298.                       00 21 09 12- - Lucerne (alfalfa) seeds
299.                       00 22 09 12- - Clover (Trifolium spp.) seeds
300.                       00 23 09 12- - Fescue seeds
301.                       00 24 09 12- -Kentucky blue grass (Poa pratensis L.) seeds
302.                       00 25 09 12"- - Rye grass (Lolium multiflorum Lam., Lolium perenne L.) seeds"
303.                       10 29 09 12- - - Lupines
304.                       90 29 09 12- - - Other
305.                       00 30 09 12- Seeds of herbaceous plants cultivated principally for their flowers
306.                       10 91 09 12- - - Tomato seeds
307.                       20 91 09 12- - - Leeks seeds
308.                       30 91 09 12- - - Radish seeds
309.                       40 91 09 12- - - Carrot seeds
310.                       50 91 09 12- - - Cucumber seeds
311.                       60 91 09 12- - - Marrow seeds
312.                       70 91 09 12- - - Pumpkin seeds
313.                       80 91 09 12- - - Eggplant seeds
314.                       91 91 09 12- - - - Lettuce seeds
315.                       92 91 09 12- - - - Cress seeds
316.                       93 91 09 12- - - - Pepper seeds (of the genus Capsicum or Pimenta)
317.                       99 91 09 12- - - - Other
318.                       00 99 09 12- - Other
319.                       10 00 13 12- - - Hay
320.                       90 00 13 12- - - Other
321.                       00 10 14 12- Lucerne (alfalfa) meal and pellets
322.                       10 90 14 12- - - Lupine
323.                       20 90 14 12- - - Vetches
324.                       90 90 14 12- - - Other
325.                       10 12 01 17- - Beet sugar: For industrial refining
326.                       17 17 12 12 90- - - Other  sugar beet
327.                       10 13 01 17- - Cane sugar specified in Subheading Note 2 to this Chapter: For industrial refining
328.                       17 17 13 13 90- - - Other sugar cane as defined in Note (2) of the subheading notes for this chapter
329.                       10 14 01 01- - Other cane sugar: For industrial refining
330.                       90 14 01 01- - - Other
331.                       17 17 00 00 91- - Containing added flavouring or colouring matter
332.                       11 99 01 17- - - - Fine crystals
333.                       12 99 01 17- - - - Cubes or moulds
334.                       13 99 01 17- - - - Powder
335.                       20 99 01 17" - - - Rock candy (Sugar candy), neither colored nor perfumed"
336.                       30 99 01 17- - - Chemically pure sucrose
337.                       17 17 99 99- - - Other
338.                       10 10 01 19"- - - Infants and young children food based on milk or malted milk prepared as substitutes of mother milk, not containing cocoa"
339.                       20 10 01 19"- - - Infants and young children food based on milk or malted milk prepared as substitutes of mother milk, containing less than 5% by weight of cocoa"
340.                       90 10 01 19- - - Other baby food preparations for retail sale
341.                       70 90 06 21"- - - Sweets, gum and the like (for diabetics, in particular) containing synthetic sweetening agents ( e.g., sorbitol) instead of sugar"
342.                       11 20 07 22- - - Inactive ethyl alcohol: For medical uses
343.                       00 00 04 23"Oil-cake and other solid residues, whether or not ground or in the form of pellets, resulting from the extraction of soyabean oil."
344.                       10 40 44 28- - - Radioactive elements and isotopes and compounds for medical purposes
345.                       90 40 44 28- - - Other radioactive elements, isotopes and compounds
346.                       10 10 01 29 - - - Saturated Ethane
347.                       20 10 01 29- - - Saturated butanes
348.                       30 10 01 29- - - Saturated Pentanes
349.                       40 10 01 29- - - Saturated hexanes
350.                       50 10 01 29- - - Saturated Heptanes
351.                       60 10 01 29- - - Saturated Octanes
352.                       90 10 01 29- - - Other saturated hydrocarbons
353.                       00 21 01 29- - Unsaturated ethylene
354.                       00 22 01 29- - Unsaturated Propene (propylene)
355.                       00 23 01 29- - Butene (butylene) and isomers thereof
356.                       00 24 01 29- - Buta-1.3-diene and isoprene
357.                       10 29 01 29- - - Unsaturated Propadiene
358.                       20 29 01 29- - - Buta 1.2 diene
359.                       30 29 01 29- - - Acetylene gas
360.                       29 29 29 40- - - Acetylene phenyl
361.                       50 29 01 29- - - Methyl Acetylene phenyl
362.                       60 29 01 29- - - Unsaturated Butene
363.                       29 29 01 29- - - Other hydrocarbons, not periodic, unsaturated
364.                       00 11 02 29- - Cyclohexane
365.                       00 19 02 29- - Other
366.                       00 20 02 29- Benzene
367.                       00 30 02 29- Toluene
368.                       00 41 02 29- - o-Xylene
369.                       00 42 02 29- - m-Xylene
370.                       00 43 02 29- - p-Xylene
371.                       00 44 02 29- - Mixed Xylene isomers
372.                       00 50 02 29- Styrene
373.                       00 60 02 29- Ethylbenzene.
374.                       00 70 02 29- Cumene
375.                       10 90 02 29- - - Tetralyne
376.                       20 90 02 29- - - Nephthalene
377.                       90 90 02 29- - - Other
378.                       00 21 36 29- - Vitamins ( A ) and their derivatives
379.                       00 22 36 29- - Vitamin ( B1) and its derivatives
380.                       00 23 36 29- - Vitamin ( B2 ) and its derivatives
381.                       00 24 36 29- - D - or DL- Pantothenic acid (Vitamin B3 or Vitamin B5) and its derivatives
382.                       00 25 36 29- - Vitamin ( B6 ) and its derivatives
383.                       00 26 36 29- - Vitamin ( B12 ) and its derivatives
384.                       00 27 36 29- - Vitamin ( C ) and its derivatives
385.                       00 28 36 29- - Vitamin ( E ) and its derivatives
386.                       00 29 36 29- - Other Vitamins and their derivatives
387.                       00 90 36 29"- Other, including natural concentrates"
388.                       00 11 37 29" - - Somatotropin, its derivatives and structural analogues"
389.                       00 12 37 29- - Insulin and its salts
390.                       00 19 37 29- - Other hormones and their derivatives.
391.                       00 21 37 29"- - Cortisone, hormones, prednisone (dehydrocortisone) and prednisolone (dehydrohydrocortisone)"
392.                       00 22 37 29- - Halogeenated derivatives of corticosteroidal hormones
393.                       00 23 37 29- - Oestrogens and progestogens
394.                       00 29 37 29- - Other hormones and their derivatives
395.                       00 50 37 29" - PROSTAGLANDINS, THROMBOXANES AND LEUKOTRIENES, THEIR DERIVATIONS AND STRUCTURAL ANALOGES"
396.                       00 90 37 29- Other
397.                       00 11 39 29- Alkaloids of opium and their derivatives; salts thereof:: Brinorphine (INN), Codeine, dihydrocodeine (INN), Ethyl morphine, etorphine (INN)Heroin, Hydrocodone (INN)Hydromorphone (INN)Morphine, Nikomorphine (INN), Oxycodone (INN), Oxymorfon (INN)Volkuden (INN)Thebacon (INN)Thibine
398.                       00 19 39 29- - Otheralkali-like salts. .
399.                       00 20 39 29- Alkaloids of cinchona and their derivatives; salts thereof
400.                       00 30 39 29- Caffeine and its salts
401.                       00 41 39 29- - Ephedrine and its salts
402.                       00 42 39 29- - Pseudoephedrine (INN) and its salts
403.                       00 43 39 29"- - Cathine (INN) and its salts"""
404.                       00 44 39 29- - Norephedrine and its salts
405.                       00 49 39 29- - Other
406.                       00 51 39 29- - Fenopetylline (INN) and its salts
407.                       00 59 39 29- - Other.
408.                       00 61 39 29- - Argometrine (INN) And its salts
409.                       00 62 39 29- - Ergotamine (INN) And its salts
410.                       00 63 39 29- - Acid lysergic and its salts.
411.                       00 69 39 29- - Other
412.                       90 91 39 29- - Other
413.                       00 99 39 29- - Other
414.                       00 10 41 29- Penicillins and their derivatives with a penicillanic acid structure; salts thereof
415.                       00 20 41 29- Streptomycins and their derivatives; salts thereof
416.                       00 30 41 29- Tetracyclines and their derivatives; salts thereof
417.                       00 40 41 29- Chloramphenicol and its derivatives; salts thereof
418.                       00 50 41 29- Erythromycin and its derivatives; salts thereof
419.                       00 90 41 29- Other
420.                       00 20 01 30- Extracts of Glands or Other organs or of their secretions
421.                       00 90 01 30Other
422.                       00 10 02 30"- Antisera and Other blood fractions and modified immunological products, whether or not obtained by means of biotechnological processes"
423.                       00 20 02 30- Vaccines for human medicine
424.                       00 30 02 30- Vaccines for veterinary medicine
425.                       10 90 02 30- - - Saxcitoxine
426.                       20 90 02 30Ricine
427.                       90 90 02 30- - - Other
428.                       00 10 03 30"- containing Penicillins or derivatives thereof, with a penicillanic acid structure, or Streptomycins or their derivatives"
429.                       00 20 03 30- containing Other antibiotics
430.                       00 31 03 30- - containing Insulin
431.                       00 39 03 30- Other
432.                       00 40 03 30" - Other, containing alkaloids or derivatives thereof:D3886"
433.                       00 90 03 30- - Other
434.                       00 10 04 30"- containing Penicillins or derivatives thereof, with a penicillanic acid structure, or Streptomycins or their derivatives"
435.                       00 20 04 30- containing Other antibiotics
436.                       00 31 04 30- - containing Insulin
437.                       00 32 04 30" - - containing corticosteroid hormones, their derivatives or strctural analogues "
438.                       00 39 04 30- - Other
439.                       00 40 04 30- Containing alkaloids or derivatives thereof : but not containing hormones or other products mentioned in Article 29.37 or any antibiotics.
440.                       00 50 04 30- Other medicaments containing vitamins or csther products of heading 29.36
441.                       10 90 04 30- - - Medical solutions
442.                       90 90 04 30- - - Other
443.                       00 10 05 30- Adhesive dressings and Other articles having an adhesive layer
444.                       10 90 05 30- - - Medical cotton
445.                       21 90 05 30- - - -coated or impregnated with pharmaceutical substances
446.                       22 90 05 30" - - - - Not coated or impregnated with pharmaceutical substances, put up for retail sale or prepared solely for hospitals, health centers and ambulances for medical or surgical purposes"
447.                       90 90 05 30- - - Other
448.                       10 10 06 30- - - Sterile surgical catgut for surgical wound closures
449.                       20 10 06 30- - - Sterile laminaria
450.                       30 10 06 30- - - Sterile absorbable surgical or dental haemostatics
451.                       40 10 06 30- - - Stereilized surgical plasters
452.                       00 20 06 30- Blood-grouping reagents
453.                       00 30 06 30- Opacifying preparations for X-ray examinations: cliagnostic reagents designed to be administered to the patient
454.                       00 40 06 30- Dental cements and other dental fillings; bone recmastruction cements
455.                       00 50 06 30- First-aid boxes and kits
456.                       00 60 06 30"- Chemical contraceptive preparations based on hormones, on other products of heading 29.37 or on spermicides"
457.                       00 70 06 30- Gel preparations designwd to be used in human or veterinary medicine as a lubricant for parts of the body for surgical operations or physical examinations or as a couplling agent between the body and medical instruments
458.                       00 91 06 30- - Appliances identifiable for ostomy use
459.                       30 06 92 00- - Waste pharmaceuticals
460.                       00 00 18 38"Chemical elements doped for use in electronics, in the form of discs, wafers or similar forms; chemical compounds doped for use in electronics."
461.                       00 00 22 38"Diagnostic or laboratory reagents on a backing and prepared diagnostic or laboratory reagents whether or not on a backing, other than those of heading 30.02 or 30.06 .certified reference materials."
  1.  
38 25 30 00- Clinical waste
463.                       00 10 01 44"- Fuel wood, in logs, in billets, in twigs, in faggots or in similar forms:"
464.                       00 10 02 44- Wood charcoal of bamboo
465.                       00 90 02 44- Other wood charcoal
466.                       94 90 23 48- - - - Computer form paper
467.                       10 10 01 49" - - - Serially numbered card containing questions, answers or other educational information"
468.                       90 10 01 49- - - Other books, brochures and publications
469.                       00 91 01 49"- - Dictionaries and encyclopedias, and serial installments thereof"
470.                       11 99 01 49- - - - Holy Quran
471.                       19 99 01 49- - - - Other scientific, artistic, literary, religious, or governmental books, brochures, and periodicals
472.                       20 99 01 49" - - - Books, booklets and pamphlets printed in Braille technique for the blind or shorthand"
473.                       30 99 01 49- - - School and collegiate books
474.                       40 99 01 49- - - Indexes for museums and public libraries and annual directories
475.                       50 99 01 49- - - illustrated books for children in which pictures are not the main character
476.                       60 99 01 49" - - - Newspapers, journals and periodicals with paperboard covering, sets of newspapers, journals or periodicals combined in a single cover, whether or not containing advertising material"
477.                       90 99 01 49- - - Other
478.                       10 10 02 49- - - Newspapers, appearing at least four times a week
479.                       20 10 02 49- - - Journals, appearing at least four times a week
480.                       90 10 02 49- - - Other appearing at least four times a week
481.                       10 90 02 49- - - Other newspapers
482.                       20 90 02 49- - - Other journals
483.                       30 90 02 49- - - Other periodicals
484.                       90 90 02 49- - - Other
485.                       10 00 03 49- - - Drawing and coloring books for children
486.                       20 00 03 49- - - Children`s pictures
487.                       90 00 03 49- - - Other
488.                       00 10 05 49- Globes
489.                       00 91 05 49- - Maps and hydrographic or similar charts of all kinds, in book form
490.                       00 99 05 49- - Other geographic maps
491.                       11 00 07 49- - - - Postage stamps
492.                       12 00 07 49- - - - Revenue stamps
493.                       19 00 07 49- - - - Other stamps
494.                       20 00 07 49- - - Paper cards or envelops impressed with unused postage
495.                       31 00 07 49- - - - Banknotes in circulation
496.                       32 00 07 49- - - - Banknotes not yet in legal circulation
497.                       40 00 07 49- - - Travelers cheques
498.                       50 00 07 49- - - Certified cheques
499.                       60 00 07 49" - - - Stock, share or bond certificates and similar documents of title, numbered and signed"
500.                       70 00 07 49" - - - Stock, share or bond certificates and similar documents, as printed matter intended for use"
501.                       80 00 07 49- - - Cheque books
502.                       90 00 07 49- - - Other
503.                       10 10 17 70- - - Quartz reactors tubes and holders designed for insertion into diffusion and oxidation furnaces for production of semiconductor wafers
504.                       90 10 17 70- - - Other
505.                       40 00 20 70- - - Quartz reactors tubes and holders designed for insertion into diffusion and oxidation furnaces for production of semiconductor wafers
506.                       00 10 02 71- Unsorted diamonds
507.                       00 21 02 71"- - Unworked or simply sawn, cleaved or bruted" industrial diamonds
508.                       00 31 02 71"- - Unworked or simply sawn, cleaved or bruted" Non-industrial diamonds
509.                       00 10 06 71- Powder Silver
510.                       10 91 06 71- - - Ingots
511.                       90 91 06 71- - - Other
512.                       00 92 06 71- - Semi-manufactured
513.                       00 11 08 71- - Powder, non-monetary gold
514.                       10 12 08 71- - - Ingots
515.                       90 12 08 71- - - Other
516.                       00 13 08 71- - Other semi-manufactured forms
517.                       00 20 08 71- Monetary
518.                       10 11 10 71- - - Platinum ingots
519.                       90 11 10 71- - - Other platinum, unwrought or powder form
520.                       00 19 10 71- - Other
521.                       00 21 10 71 - - Palladium : unwrought or in powder form
522.                       00 29 10 71- - Other
523.                       00 31 10 71 - - Rhodium : unwrought or in powder form
524.                       00 39 10 71- - Other rhodium
525.                       00 41 10 71"- Iridium, osmium and ruthenium : unwrought or in powder form "
526.                       00 49 10 71- - Other
527.                       00 10 18 71" - Coin (other than gold coin), not being legal tender"
528.                       00 90 18 71- Other
529.                       00 89 19 84- - Other machinery, apparatus and equipment
530.                       00 90 19 84Parts of machinery, devices and equipment
531.                       00 19 21 84- - Other centrifuges, including centrifugal dryers
532.                       10 29 21 84- - - Filters for blood purifying
533.                       00 91 21 84" - - Of centrifuges, including centrifugal dryers "
534.                       00 89 24 84- - Other devices
535.                       10 90 24 84- - - Plastic heads for spraying liquids by frequent pressure other than of heading 96.16
536.                       20 90 24 84- - - Parts of irrigation systems of subheading 84 24 82 10
537.                       90 90 24 84- - - Other parts
538.                       00 31 43 84"- - Machines which perform two or more of the functions of printing, copying or facsimile transmission, capable of connecting to an automatic data processing machine or to network"
539.                       10 32 43 84- - - Facsimiles machines
540.                       20 32 43 84- - - Telex machines
541.                       30 32 43 84- - - Teleprinters
542.                       90 32 43 84- - - Other devices connected to data processing devices or to network
543.                       10 39 43 84- - - Copying machines incorporating an optical system
544.                       90 39 43 84- - - Other
545.                       11 99 43 84- - - Automatic document feeders
546.                       12 99 43 84- - - Paper feeders
547.                       13 99 43 84- - - Sorters
548.                       19 99 43 84Other parts of the machines included in subheadings, 00 31 43 84.10 32 43 84, 20 32 43 84, 30 32 43 84, 10 39 43 84
549.                       90 99 43 84- - - Other parts
550.                       00 10 56 84- Machine-tools for working any material by removal of material, operated by laser or other light or photon beam processes
551.                       00 90 56 84- Other
552.                       00 10 64 84- Sawing machines
553.                       00 20 64 84- Grinding or polishing machines
554.                       00 90 64 84- Other
555.                       00 91 66 84- - Parts and accessories suitable for use solely or principally for machines of heading 84.64
556.                       00 93 66 84- - Parts and accessories suitable for use solely or principally for machines of heading 84.56 to 84.61
557.                       10 00 69 84- - - Word processing machines
558.                       00 10 70 84"- Electronic calculators capable of operation without an external source of electric power and pocket-size data recording, reproducing and displaying machines with calculating functions"
559.                       00 21 70 84- - Incorporating a printing device
560.                       00 29 70 84- - Other electronic calculating machines
561.                       00 30 70 84- Other calculating machines
562.                       00 50 70 84- Cash registers
563.                       10 90 70 84- - - Postage franking machines
564.                       20 90 70 84- - - Ticket-issuing machines
565.                       90 90 70 84- - - Other
566.                       00 30 71 84" - Portable automatic data processing machines, weighing not more than 10 kg, consisting of at least a central processing unit, a keyboard and a display"
567.                       00 41 71 84"- - Comprising in the same housing at least a central processing unit and an input and output unit, whether or not combined"
568.                       00 49 71 84"- - Other, presented in the form of systems"
569.                       00 50 71 84" - Processing units other than those of subheading 8471.41 and 8471.49, whether or not containing in the same housing one or two of the following types of unit : storage units, input units, output units"
570.                       00 60 71 84"- Input or output units, whether or not containing storage units in the same housing"
571.                       00 70 71 84- Storage units
572.                       00 80 71 84- Other units of automatic data processing machines
573.                       00 90 71 84- Other
574.                       10 90 72 84- - - Ticket-issuing machines (other than those incorporating a calculating devices or coin-operated machines of heading 84.70)
575.                       20 90 72 84"- - - Coin-sorting or coin-counting machines, counting and wrapping machines"
576.                       30 90 72 84- - - Pencil-sharpening machines
577.                       40 90 72 84- - - Paper punching machines
578.                       50 90 72 84- - - Staplers and staple removers
579.                       60 90 72 84- - - Paper shredders
580.                       80 90 72 84- - - ATM machines
581.                       90 90 72 84- - - Other
582.                       00 21 73 84"- - Of the electronic calculating machines of subheading 8470.10, 8470.21 or 8470.29"
583.                       00 29 73 84- - Other parts and supplies of machines and devices of heading 84.70
584.                       00 30 73 84- Parts and accessories of the machines of heading 84.71
585.                       00 50 73 84- Parts and accessories equally suitable for use with machines of two or more of the headings Nos. 84.70 to 84.72
586.                       00 10 77 84- Injection-molding machines
587.                       00 90 77 84- Parts of machines and equipment for working rubber or plastics or for making products from these materials
588.                       00 50 79 84"- Industrial robots, not elsewhere specified or included"
589.                       10 89 79 84- - - Soap making machinery
590.                       20 89 79 84- - - Machines and equipment for making baskets and mats
591.                       30 89 79 84- - - Machines and equipment for making brushes
592.                       40 89 79 84" - - - Air humidifiers or dehumidifiers, other than the appliances of heading 84.15, 84.24 or 85.09 "
593.                       50 89 79 84- - - Pump-type automatic greasers for machinery
594.                       60 89 79 84- - - Match dipping machines
595.                       70 89 79 84- - - Machines for coating welding electrodes
596.                       80 89 79 84" - - - Bolting or unbolting machines and metal core extractors, other than hand tools of Chapter 82, and hand tools of heading 84.67 or 85.8"
597.                       91 89 79 84- - - - Machines for the maintenance of pipelines and sewerage
598.                       92 89 79 84- - - - Machines for stuffing blankets and mattresses with eider and upholstering them using a blowing or pushing device
599.                       93 89 79 84"- - - - Machines for applying abrasives to any backing (fabrics, paper, etc.)"
600.                       94 89 79 84- - - - Divers` bells and metal diving suits fitted with mechanical fittings
601.                       99 89 79 84- - - - Other
602.                       00 90 79 84- Parts
603.                       00 71 80 84- - Injection or compression types: Molds for rubber or plastics
604.                       10 10 86 84- - - Ion concentration beams milling machines for producing or repairing masks and boules shapes on semiconductor devices
605.                       20 10 86 84- - - Machines for sawing masses of single-crystalline semiconductors to slices or wafers
606.                       30 10 86 84- - - Sharpening and glazing machines for treating semiconductor chips
607.                       40 10 86 84- - - Cubes cutting machines for milling or notching chips from semiconductors
608.                       90 10 86 84- - - Other
609.                       10 20 86 84- - - Dry drilling shapes tools on electrical semiconductor
610.                       20 20 86 84"- - - Ion plant machines, to active semiconductors by paint"
611.                       30 20 86 84- - - Direct drawing machines on wafers
612.                       40 20 86 84- - - Row drawing machines (a repetition of images)
613.                       50 20 86 84- - - Other projector or drawing shapes circuits machines on sensitized semiconductor materials
614.                       60 20 86 84"- - - Fixing blocks apparatus, adhesive tapes apparatus and wires tie apparatus for semiconductor assembling chips"
615.                       90 20 86 84- - - Other
616.                       10 30 86 84- - - Drawing and shapes production apparatus of a kind used in masks or boules production from light resistance painted layers
617.                       90 30 86 84- - - Other
618.                       10 40 86 84- - - Drawing and shapes production apparatus of a kind used in masks or boules production from light resistance painted layers
619.                       20 40 86 84"- - - Self-propelled machines for transporting, handling, storage semiconductor chips, covers and wafers cans, and other semiconductors devices"
620.                       30 40 86 84- - - Electronic beams microscopes fitted with instruments of a kind used specially for handling and transportation of semiconductor wafer and reticles
621.                       91 40 86 84- Stereoscopic microscopes equipped with machines specially designed to handle and transfer chips and nets from semiconductors.
622.                       92 40 86 84- - - - Photomicrographic microscopes fitted with instruments of a kind used specially for handling and transportation of semiconductor wafer and reticles
623.                       99 40 86 84- - - - Other
624.                       10 90 86 84"- - - Parts for fixing blocks apparatus, adhesive tapes apparatus and wires tie apparatus for semiconductor assembling chips"
625.                       20 90 86 84- - - Parts of ion plant machines to active semiconductors by paint
626.                       30 90 86 84- - - Parts and accessories for apparatus of subheadings from 84 86 20 30 to 84 86 20 50
627.                       40 90 86 84"- - - Parts for self-propelled machines for transporting, handling, storage semiconductor chips, covers and wafers cans, and other semiconductors devices"
628.                       90 90 86 84- - - Other
629.                       10 40 04 85"- - - Electrical static converters for automatic data processing machines, there units and communication apparatus"
630.                       90 40 04 85- - - Other static electrical transformers
631.                       10 50 04 85"- - - Other electrical inductors for energy supply of automatic data processing machines, there units and communication apparatus"
632.                       90 50 04 85- - - Other inductors
633.                       00 10 14 85- Resistance heated furnaces and ovens
634.                       00 20 14 85- Induction or dielectric furnaces and ovens
635.                       00 30 14 85- Other furnaces and ovens
636.                       00 90 14 85- Parts of ovens
637.                       00 11 17 85- - Line telephone sets with cordless handsets
638.                       00 12 17 85- - Telephones for cellular networks or for other wireless networks
639.                       00 18 17 85- - Other
640.                       00 61 17 85- - Base station
641.                       10 62 17 85- Switchboard and central apparatus
642.                       20 62 17 85- - - Other apparatus for current lines conductors systems or digital lines systems
643.                       90 62 17 85- - - Other machines to receive, convert, send, or retrieve sound, image or other data
644.                       10 69 17 85- - - Alarms and sound signaling apparatus
645.                       90 69 17 85- - - Other
646.                       00 70 17 85- Parts
647.                       10 10 18 85"- - - Microphones with a frequency between 300 Hz - 3,4 Khz with a diameter not exceeding 10 mm and a height not exceeding 3 mm for communications purposes "
648.                       90 10 18 85- - - Other sound broadcasters and their stands
649.                       10 29 18 85"- - - Loudspeakers, without their enclosures, with a frequency between 300 Hz - 3,4 Khz with a diameter not exceeding 50 mm for communications purposes "
650.                       90 29 18 85- - - Other amplifiers
651.                       10 30 18 85- - - Headphones for the fixed telephone
652.                       90 30 18 85- - - Other headphones and earphones
653.                       10 40 18 85- - - Electric amplifiers for use as reformation signaling apparatus in telephone lines technique products of information technique agreement
654.                       10 90 18 85- - - Parts of electric amplifiers for use as reformation signaling apparatus in telephone lines technique products of information technique agreement
655.                       00 50 19 85- Telephone answering machines
656.                       10 29 23 85" - - - Unrecorded magnetic media, for sound or video recorders"
657.                       90 29 23 85- - - Other
658.                       00 41 23 85- - Unrecorded
659.                       00 49 23 85- - Other
660.                       00 51 23 85- - Solid-state non-volatile storage devices
661.                       00 52 23 85- - Smart cards
662.                       00 59 23 85- - Other semi-conductive media
663.                       10 80 23 85- - - Unrecorded CDs for computers
664.                       90 80 23 85- - - Other
665.                       10 50 25 85- - - Transmission apparatus for transferring simultaneous interpretation in conferences to several languages
666.                       20 50 25 85- - - Automatic alerting transmission apparatus used on ships and planes
667.                       30 50 25 85- - -  Microphones with attached short cable (antenna) or a small metal antenna other than transmitters for radio (radio) or pictorial broadcast (TV)
668.                       40 50 25 85ـ - Other than Transmission apparatus for radio (radio) or picture broadcast (television)
669.                       50 50 25 85- Boxes with adjustable surface with connection function: A microprocessor-based tool with a modem to secure access to the Internet, and used for exchanging information
670.                       90 50 25 85- - - Other
671.                       00 60 25 85- Transmission apparatus incorporating reception apparatus
672.                       10 80 25 85- - - video cameras
673.                       20 80 25 85- - - Digital cameras
674.                       90 80 25 85- - - Other:
675.                       00 41 28 85- Other monitors capable of directly connecting to and designed for use with an automatic data processing machine of heading 84.71
676.                       00 51 28 85- Other "Monitor" screens of a kind intended for use exclusively or mainly with the self-data processing system of heading 84.71.
677.                       00 61 28 85-- Projectors capable of directly connecting to and designed for use with an automatic data processing machine of heading 84.71
678.                       10 71 28 85- - - Regulating surface boxes with communication function : device based on microprocessor consisting of internet modem
679.                       10 72 28 85- - - Regulating surface boxes with communication function : device based on microprocessor consisting of internet modem
680.                       10 10 29 85- - - Aerials of a kind used with telephone sets and telegraph
681.                       90 10 29 85- - - Other antennas and reflectors
682.                       10 90 29 85"- - - Parts for transmission apparatus other than transmission apparatus for radiobroadcasting or television, apparatus incorporating receivers , digital video cameras, portable transmission for communication, alarms, sound signaling "
683.                       90 90 29 85- - - Other
684.                       00 20 31 85- Indicator panels incorporating liquid crystal devices (LCD) or light emitting diodes (LED)
685.                       20 80 31 85"- - - Flat monitors (including LCD monitors, Plasma, Electro-Luminescence, Vacuum-Fluorescence and other monitors techniques) of products of information technique agreement"
686.                       30 80 31 85- - - Alarms and sound signaling apparatus
687.                       10 90 31 85Parts of the devices of heading 20 31 85 f 20 80 31 & 85 30 80 31 85
688.                       90 90 31 85- - - Other parts
689.                       00 10 32 85- Fixed capacitors designed for use in 50/60 Hz circuits and having reactive power handling capacity of not less than 0.5 KVAR (power capacitors)
690.                       00 21 32 85- Other fixed capacitors : of Tantalum
691.                       00 22 32 85- - of Aluminum electrolytic
692.                       00 23 32 85"- - of Ceramic dielectric, single layer"
693.                       00 24 32 85"- - of Ceramic dielectric, multilayer "
694.                       00 25 32 85- - of Dielectric of paper or plastics
695.                       00 29 32 85- Other fixed capacitors
696.                       00 30 32 85- Variable or adjustable (pre-set) capacitors
697.                       00 90 32 85- parts
698.                       00 10 33 85"- Fixed carbon resistors, composition or film types "
699.                       00 21 33 85 - - Other fixed resistors : for a power handling capacity not exceeding 20 W
700.                       00 29 33 85- - Other fixed resistors
701.                       00 31 33 85"- Wire wound variable resistors, including rheostats and potentiometers:" for a power handling capacity not exceeding 20 W
702.                       00 39 33 85"- Other variable resistors, including rheostats and potentiometsrs "
703.                       00 40 33 85"- Wire wound variable resistors, including rheostats and potentiometers:"
704.                       00 90 33 85- - Other
705.                       00 00 34 85Printed circuits.
706.                       10 50 36 85- - - Electrical electronic switches consisting of optical jointed output and input circuits (rheostatic insulated electrical switches)
707.                       20 50 36 85"- - - Electronic switches, including electronic switches protected against temperature, consisting of transistor and chip (chip-on-chip technique) for a voltage not exceeding 1000 V"
708.                       30 50 36 85- - - Rapid movement electromechanical switches for current not exceeding 11 ampere
709.                       90 50 36 85- - - Other switches
710.                       10 69 36 85- - - Plugs and sockets for co-axial wires and printed circuits
711.                       90 69 36 85- - - Other plugs and sockets
712.                       10 90 36 85- - - Connecting and contact elements for wires and cables
713.                       20 90 36 85- - - Chips probes
714.                       90 90 36 85- - - Other devices
715.                       00 10 41 85"- Diodes, other than photosensitive or light emitting diodes"
716.                       00 21 41 85- Transistors, other than photosensitive transistors: With a dissipation rate of less than 1 W
717.                       00 29 41 85- - Other transistors, other than light sensitive transistors
718.                       00 30 41 85"Thyristor" and "Triac" transistor rectifiers, except for light sensitive devices
719.                       00 40 41 85"- Thyristors, diacs and triacs, other than photosensitive devices "
720.                       00 50 41 85- Other semiconductor devices
721.                       00 60 41 85- Mounted piezo-electric crystals
722.                       00 90 41 85- Parts
723.                       00 31 42 85"- - Processors and controllers, whether or not combined with memories, converters, logic circuits, amplifiers, clock and timing circuits, or other circuits "
724.                       00 32 42 85- - Memories
725.                       00 33 42 85- - Amplifiers
726.                       00 39 42 85- - Other
727.                       00 90 42 85- Electronic integrated circuits
728.                       00 30 43 85"- Machines and apparatus for electroplating, electrolysis or electrophoresis"
729.                       10 70 43 85- - - Electrical apparatus having a translation or dictionary functions
730.                       20 70 43 85"- - - Flat monitors (including LCD monitors, Plasma, Electro-Luminescence, Vacuum-Flourescence and other monitors techniques) of prodcts of information technique agreement"
731.                       90 70 43 85- - - Other machines and other devices
732.                       10 90 43 85- - - Microelectronic collectors
733.                       90 90 43 85 - - - Other parts
  1.  
10 42 44 85- - - Electric cable of a cross-section exceeding 10 mm and a voltage exceeding 300 V
  1.  
20 42 44 85- - - Electric cable of a cross-section not exceeding 10 mm :
  1.  
30 42 44 85- - - Telegraph and telephone cable incorporating 10 pairs of wire or more
  1.  
40 42 44 85- - - Telegraph and telephone cable incorporating less than 10 pairs of wire
  1.  
90 42 44 85- - - - Other electric connectors
  1.  
21 49 44 85- - - Electric cable of a cross-section not exceeding 10 mm : For a voltage not exceeding 80 V
740.                       31 49 44 85- - - Telegraph and telephone cable incorporating pairs of wire 10 pairs or more: For a voltage not exceeding 80 V
741.                       41 49 44 85- - - Telegraph and telephone cable incorporating less than 10 pairs of wire: For a voltage not exceeding 80 V
742.                       91 49 44 85- - - Other electrical connectors for a voltage not exceeding 80 V
743.                       00 70 44 85- Optical fiber cables
744.                       00 10 13 87- Not mechanically propelled carriages for disabled persons
745.                       00 90 13 87- Other wheelchairs for the disabled
746.                       00 20 14 87- Parts and accessories Of carriages for disabled persons
747.                       00 11 02 88- - Helicopters Of an unladen weight not exceeding 2,000Kg
748.                       00 12 02 88- - Helicopters Of an unladen weight exceeding 2,000Kg
749.                       00 20 02 88" - Aeroplanes and other aircaft, of an unladen weight not exceeding 2,000 Kg"
750.                       00 30 02 88" - Aeroplanes and other aircraft, of an unladen weight exceeding 2,000 Kg but not exceeding 15,000 Kg"
751.                       00 40 02 88" - Aeroplanes and other aircraft, of an unladen weight exceeding 15,000 Kg"
752.                       00 60 02 88- Spacecraft (including satellites) and suborbital and spacecraft launch vehicles
753.                       00 29 05 88- Other ground training devices for aviation and parts thereof
754.                       00 10 01 89- excursion boats and similar vessels principally designed for the transport of persons; ferry-boats of all kinds
755.                       00 20 01 89- Tankers
756.                       00 30 01 89"- Refrigerated vessels, other than those of subheading 89 01.20 "
757.                       00 90 01 89- Other vessels for the transport of goods and other vessels for the transport of both persons and goods
758.                       00 00 02 89Fishing vessels; factory ships and other vessels for processing or preserving fishery products.
759.                       00 00 04 89Tugs and pusher craft
760.                       00 10 05 89- Dredgers
761.                       00 20 05 89- Floating or submersible drilling or production platforms
762.                       10 90 05 89- - - Fire-floats
763.                       20 90 05 89- - - Light-vessels
764.                       90 90 05 89- - - Other
765.                       00 10 06 89- Warships
766.                       10 90 06 89" - - - War vessels and war boats of all kinds, including lifeboats "
767.                       90 90 06 89- - - Other
768.                       00 10 07 89- Inflatable rafts
769.                       00 90 07 89- Other floating structures
770.                       00 00 08 89Vessels and other floating structures for breaking up
771.                       00 10 11 90- Stereoscopic microscopes
772.                       00 20 11 90"- Other microscopes, for photomicrography, cinephotomicrography or microprojection"
773.                       00 90 11 90 - Optical microscopes parts and accessories
774.                       00 10 12 90- Microscopes other than optical microscopes; diffraction apparatus
775.                       00 90 12 90- Microscope parts and accessories
776.                       30 80 13 90"- - - Flat monitors (including LCD monitors, Plasma, Electro-Luminescence, Vacuum-Flourescence and other monitors techniques) of prodcts of information technique agreement"
777.                       10 90 13 90"- - - Drawing and drafting instruments whether or not input and output units in heading 84.71 or drawing, drafting machines in heading 90.17"
778.                       10 10 17 90"- - - Drawing and drafting instruments whether or not input and output units in heading 84.71 or drawing, drafting machines in heading 90.17"
779.                       10 20 17 90"- - - Drawing and drafting instruments whether or not input and output units in heading 84.71 or drawing, drafting machines in heading 90.17"
780.                       90 20 17 90- - - Other tools and devices for drawing, marking or calculation
781.                       10 90 17 90- - - Parts for drawings and shapes production apparatus
782.                       90 90 17 90- - - Other parts and accessories
783.                       00 10 26 90- Instruments and apparatus for measuring or checking the flow, level, pressure or other variables of liquids
784.                       00 20 26 90- Parts and accessories for measuring or checking pressure
785.                       00 80 26 90- Other instruments or apparatus for measuring or checking the flow, level, pressure or other variables of liquids or gases
786.                       00 90 26 90- Parts and accessories for measuring or checking the flow, level, pressure or other variables of liquids or gases
787.                       00 10 27 90- Gas or smoke analysis apparatus
788.                       00 20 27 90- Chromatographs and electrophoresis instruments
789.                       00 30 27 90"- Spectrometers, spectrophotometers and spectrographs using optical radiations (UV, visible, IR)"
790.                       00 50 27 90"- Other instruments and apparatus using optical radiations (UV, visible, IR)"
791.                       10 80 27 90"- - - For blood test, analysis of secretions and urine,..etc. designed for diagnostic purposes at laboratories "
792.                       90 80 27 90- - - Other devices and equipment
793.                       10 90 27 90"- - - Parts and accessories of articles of heading 90.27, other than gas or smoke analysis apparatus "
794.                       90 90 27 90Other parts and accessories
795.                       00 40 30 90"- Other instruments and apparatus, specially designed for telecommunications (for example, cross-talk meters, gain measuring instruments, distortion factor meters, psophometers)"
796.                       00 82 30 90- - For measuring or checking semiconductor wafers or devices
797.                       10 90 30 90- - - Parts and accessories for measuring or checking semiconductor wafers or devices
798.                       90 90 30 90- - - Other parts and accessories
799.                       00 41 31 90- - For inspecting semiconductor wafers or devices or for inspecting photomasks or reticles used in manufacturing semiconductor devices
800.                       10 49 31 90- - - Optical instruments for measuring particle surface pollution on semiconductor wafers
801.                       90 49 31 90Other optical equipment and instruments
802.                       20 80 31 90- - - Electronic beams microscopes fitted with instruments of a kind used specially for handling and transporting wafers and photomasks semiconductors
803.                       10 90 31 90- - - Parts and accessories for inspecting semiconductor wafers optical instruments or devices or for inspecting photomasks or reticles used in manufacturing semiconductor devices
804.                       20 90 31 90- - - Parts and accessories for stroboscopes fitted with instruments of a kind used specially for handling and transporting wafers and photomasks semiconductors
805.                       30 90 31 90- - - Parts and accessories for measuring particle surface pollution optical instruments on semiconductor wafers
806.                       40 90 31 90- - - Parts and accessories for electronic beams microscopes fitted with instruments of a kind used specially for handling and transporting wafers and photomasks semiconductors
807.                       50 90 31 90- - - Parts and accessories for microscopes fitted with instruments of a kind used specially for handling and transporting wafers and photomasks semiconductors
808.                       90 90 31 90- - - Other parts and accessories
809.                       00 00 01 98Personal effects and used household items brought by citizens residing abroad and foreigners coming to reside for the first time in the State
810.                       10 00 02 98- - - Embassies and consulates
811.                       20 00 02 98- - - International organizations

 

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