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Act No. 147 of 1995 as amended, taking into account amendments up to Customs Tariff Amendment (Growing Australian Export Opportunities Across the Asia-Pacific) Act 2019
An Act to impose duties of Customs, to repeal the Customs Tariff Act 1987, and for related purposes
Administered by: Home Affairs
Registered 07 Feb 2020
Start Date 17 Jan 2020
End Date 10 Feb 2020
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Customs Tariff Act 1995

No. 147, 1995

Compilation No. 77

Compilation date:                              17 January 2020

Includes amendments up to:            Act No. 109, 2019

Registered:                                         7 February 2020

This compilation is in 7 volumes

Volume 1:       sections 1–22

                        Schedule 2

Volume 2:       Schedule 3 (Chapters 1–38)

Volume 3:       Schedule 3 (Chapters 39–59)

Volume 4:       Schedule 3 (Chapters 60–73)

Volume 5:       Schedule 3 (Chapters 74–97)

Volume 6:       Schedules 4–13

Volume 7:       Endnotes

Each volume has its own contents

 

About this compilation

This compilation

This is a compilation of the Customs Tariff Act 1995 that shows the text of the law as amended and in force on 17 January 2020 (the compilation date).

The notes at the end of this compilation (the endnotes) include information about amending laws and the amendment history of provisions of the compiled law.

Uncommenced amendments

The effect of uncommenced amendments is not shown in the text of the compiled law. Any uncommenced amendments affecting the law are accessible on the Legislation Register (www.legislation.gov.au). The details of amendments made up to, but not commenced at, the compilation date are underlined in the endnotes. For more information on any uncommenced amendments, see the series page on the Legislation Register for the compiled law.

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Contents

Schedule 3—Classification of goods and general and special rates of duty           1

Section XI—Textiles and textile articles                                                                   1

Chapter 60—Knitted or crocheted fabrics                                                       1

Notes..................... ............................................................................................ 1

Subheading Note... ............................................................................................ 1

Chapter 61—Articles of apparel and clothing accessories, knitted or crocheted            5

Notes..................... ............................................................................................ 5

Additional Note..... ............................................................................................ 8

Chapter 62—Articles of apparel and clothing accessories, not knitted or crocheted    17

Notes..................... .......................................................................................... 17

Additional Note..... .......................................................................................... 20

Chapter 63—Other made up textile articles; sets; worn clothing and worn textile articles; rags          29

Notes..................... .......................................................................................... 29

Subheading Note... .......................................................................................... 29

Sub‑Chapter I—Other made up textile articles                                                30

Sub‑Chapter II—Sets                                                                                               34

Sub‑Chapter III—Worn clothing and worn textile articles; rags                34

Section XII—Footwear, headgear, umbrellas, sun umbrellas, walking‑sticks, seat‑sticks, whips, riding‑crops, and parts thereof; prepared feathers and articles made therewith; artificial flowers; articles of human hair                                                                36

Chapter 64—Footwear, gaiters and the like; parts of such articles 36

Notes..................... .......................................................................................... 36

Subheading Note... .......................................................................................... 37

Chapter 65—Headgear and parts thereof                                                      41

Notes..................... .......................................................................................... 41

Chapter 66—Umbrellas, sun umbrellas, walking‑sticks, seat‑sticks, whips, riding‑crops, and parts thereof                                                                                                      43

Notes..................... .......................................................................................... 43

Chapter 67—Prepared feathers and down and articles made of feathers or of down; artificial flowers; articles of human hair                                                                      45

Notes..................... .......................................................................................... 45

Section XIII—Articles of stone, plaster, cement, asbestos, mica or similar materials; ceramic products; glass and glassware                                                                                          47

Chapter 68—Articles of stone, plaster, cement, asbestos, mica or similar materials    47

Notes..................... .......................................................................................... 47

Chapter 69—Ceramic products                                                                            56

Notes..................... .......................................................................................... 56

Sub‑Chapter I—Goods of siliceous fossil meals or of similar siliceous earths, and refractory goods     56

Sub‑Chapter II—Other ceramic products                                                          57

Chapter 70—Glass and glassware                                                                      62

Notes..................... .......................................................................................... 62

Subheading Note... .......................................................................................... 63

Section XIV—Natural or cultured pearls, precious or semi‑precious stones, precious metals, metals clad with precious metal, and articles thereof; imitation jewellery; coin         72

Chapter 71—Natural or cultured pearls, precious or semi‑precious stones, precious metals, metals clad with precious metal, and articles thereof; imitation jewellery; coin             72

Notes..................... .......................................................................................... 72

Subheading Notes. .......................................................................................... 75

Sub‑Chapter I—Natural or cultured pearls and precious or semi‑precious stones       76

Sub‑Chapter II—Precious metals and metals clad with precious metal     77

Sub‑Chapter III—Jewellery, goldsmiths’ and silversmiths’ wares and other articles  79

Section XV—Base metals and articles of base metal                                      81

Notes..................... .......................................................................................... 81

Chapter 72—Iron and steel                                                                                     84

Notes..................... .......................................................................................... 84

Subheading Notes. .......................................................................................... 88

Additional Note..... .......................................................................................... 89

Sub‑Chapter I—Primary materials; products in granular or powder form   90

Sub‑Chapter II—Iron and non‑alloy steel                                                          92

Sub‑Chapter III—Stainless steel                                                                         100

Sub‑Chapter IV—Other alloy steel; hollow drill bars and rods, of alloy or non‑alloy steel       103

Chapter 73—Articles of iron or steel                                                              108

Notes..................... ........................................................................................ 108

Additional Note..... ........................................................................................ 108


Schedule 3Classification of goods and general and special rates of duty

Section XITextiles and textile articles

Chapter 60Knitted or crocheted fabrics

Notes. 

             1.‑  This Chapter does not cover:

                     (a)  Crochet lace of 5804;

                     (b)  Labels, badges or similar articles, knitted or crocheted, of 5807; or

                     (c)  Knitted or crocheted fabrics, impregnated, coated, covered or laminated, of Chapter 59. However, knitted or crocheted pile fabrics, impregnated, coated, covered or laminated, remain classified in 6001.

             2.‑  This Chapter also includes fabrics made of metal thread and of a kind used in apparel, as furnishing fabrics or for similar purposes.

             3.‑  Throughout this Schedule any reference to “knitted” goods includes a reference to stitch‑bonded goods in which the chain stitches are formed of textile yarn.

Subheading Note. 

             1.‑  6005.35.00 covers fabrics of polyethylene monofilament or of polyester multifilament, weighing not less than 30 g/m2 and not more than 55 g/m2, having a mesh size of not less than 20 holes/cm2 and not more than 100 holes/cm2, and impregnated or coated with alpha‑cypermethrin (ISO), chlorfenapyr (ISO), deltamethrin (INN, ISO), lambda‑cyhalothrin (ISO), permethrin (ISO) or pirimiphos‑methyl (ISO).

 

6001

PILE FABRICS, INCLUDING “LONG PILE” FABRICS AND TERRY FABRICS, KNITTED OR CROCHETED:

 

6001.10.00

‑“Long pile” fabrics

5%

6001.2

‑Looped pile fabrics:

 

6001.21.00

‑‑Of cotton

5%

6001.22.00

‑‑Of man‑made fibres

5%

6001.29.00

‑‑Of other textile materials

5%

6001.9

‑Other:

 

6001.91.00

‑‑Of cotton

5%

6001.92.00

‑‑Of man‑made fibres

5%

6001.99.00

‑‑Of other textile materials

5%

 

6002

KNITTED OR CROCHETED FABRICS OF A WIDTH NOT EXCEEDING 30 cm, CONTAINING BY WEIGHT 5% OR MORE OF ELASTOMERIC YARN OR RUBBER THREAD, OTHER THAN THOSE OF 6001:

 

6002.40.00

‑Containing by weight 5% or more of elastomeric yarn but not containing rubber thread

5%
CA:Free

6002.90.00

‑Other

5%
CA:Free

 

6003

KNITTED OR CROCHETED FABRICS OF A WIDTH NOT EXCEEDING 30 cm, OTHER THAN THOSE OF 6001 OR 6002:

 

6003.10.00

‑Of wool or fine animal hair

5%

6003.20.00

‑Of cotton

5%

6003.30.00

‑Of synthetic fibres

5%

6003.40.00

‑Of artificial fibres

5%

6003.90.00

‑Other

5%

 

6004

KNITTED OR CROCHETED FABRICS OF A WIDTH EXCEEDING 30 cm, CONTAINING BY WEIGHT 5% OR MORE OF ELASTOMERIC YARN OR RUBBER THREAD, OTHER THAN THOSE OF 6001:

 

6004.10.00

‑Containing by weight 5% or more of elastomeric yarn but not containing rubber thread

5%
CA:Free

6004.90.00

‑Other

5%
CA:Free

 

6005

WARP KNIT FABRICS (INCLUDING THOSE MADE ON GALLOON KNITTING MACHINES), OTHER THAN THOSE OF 6001 TO 6004:

 

6005.2

‑Of cotton:

 

6005.21.00

‑‑Unbleached or bleached

5%

6005.22.00

‑‑Dyed

5%

6005.23.00

‑‑Of yarns of different colours

5%

6005.24.00

‑‑Printed

5%

6005.3

‑Of synthetic fibres:

 

6005.35.00

‑‑Fabrics specified in Subheading Note 1 to this Chapter

5%

6005.36.00

‑‑Other, unbleached or bleached

5%

6005.37.00

‑‑Other, dyed

5%

6005.38.00

‑‑Other, of yarns of different colours

5%

6005.39.00

‑‑Other, printed

5%

6005.4

‑Of artificial fibres:

 

6005.41.00

‑‑Unbleached or bleached

5%

6005.42.00

‑‑Dyed

5%

6005.43.00

‑‑Of yarns of different colours

5%

6005.44.00

‑‑Printed

5%

6005.90.00

‑Other

5%

 

6006

OTHER KNITTED OR CROCHETED FABRICS:

 

6006.10.00

‑Of wool or fine animal hair

5%

6006.2

‑Of cotton:

 

6006.21.00

‑‑Unbleached or bleached

5%

6006.22.00

‑‑Dyed

5%

6006.23.00

‑‑Of yarns of different colours

5%

6006.24.00

‑‑Printed

5%

6006.3

‑Of synthetic fibres:

 

6006.31.00

‑‑Unbleached or bleached

5%

6006.32.00

‑‑Dyed

5%

6006.33.00

‑‑Of yarns of different colours

5%

6006.34.00

‑‑Printed

5%

6006.4

‑Of artificial fibres:

 

6006.41.00

‑‑Unbleached or bleached

5%

6006.42.00

‑‑Dyed

5%

6006.43.00

‑‑Of yarns of different colours

5%

6006.44.00

‑‑Printed

5%

6006.90.00

‑Other

5%

Chapter 61Articles of apparel and clothing accessories, knitted or crocheted

Notes. 

             1.‑  This Chapter applies only to made up knitted or crocheted articles.

             2.‑  This Chapter does not cover:

                     (a)  Goods of 6212;

                     (b)  Worn clothing or other worn articles of 6309.00.00; or

                     (c)  Orthopaedic appliances, surgical belts, trusses or the like (9021).

             3.‑  For the purposes of 6103 and 6104:

                     (a)  “Suit” means a set of garments composed of two or three pieces made up, in respect of their outer surface, in identical fabric and comprising:

  ‑    one suit coat or jacket the outer shell of which, exclusive of sleeves, consists of four or more panels, designed to cover the upper part of the body, possibly with a tailored waistcoat in addition whose front is made from the same fabric as the outer surface of the other components of the set and whose back is made from the same fabric as the lining of the suit coat or jacket; and

  ‑    one garment designed to cover the lower part of the body and consisting of trousers, breeches or shorts (other than swimwear), a skirt or a divided skirt, having neither braces nor bibs.

                            All of the components of a “suit” must be of the same fabric construction, colour and composition; they must also be of the same style and of corresponding or compatible size. However, these components may have piping (a strip of fabric sewn into the seam) in a different fabric.

                            If several separate components to cover the lower part of the body are presented together (for example, two pairs of trousers or trousers and shorts, or a skirt or divided skirt and trousers), the constituent lower part shall be one pair of trousers or, in the case of women’s or girls’ suits, the skirt or divided skirt, the other garments being considered separately.

                            “Suit” includes the following sets of garments, whether or not they fulfil all the above conditions:

  ‑    morning dress, comprising a plain jacket (cutaway) with rounded tails hanging well down at the back and striped trousers;

  ‑    evening dress (tailcoat), generally made of black fabric, the jacket of which is relatively short at the front, does not close and has narrow skirts cut in at the hips and hanging down behind;

  ‑    dinner jacket suits, in which the jacket is similar in style to an ordinary jacket (though perhaps revealing more of the shirt front), but has shiny silk or imitation silk lapels.

                     (b)  “Ensemble” means a set of garments (other than suits and articles of 6107, 6108 or 6109), composed of several pieces made up in identical fabric, put up for retail sale, and comprising:

  ‑    one garment designed to cover the upper part of the body, with the exception of pullovers which may form a second upper garment in the sole context of twin sets, and of waistcoats which may also form a second upper garment, and

  ‑    one or two different garments, designed to cover the lower part of the body and consisting of trousers, bib and brace overalls, breeches, shorts (other than swimwear), a skirt or a divided skirt.

                            All of the components of an ensemble must be of the same fabric construction, style, colour and composition; they also must be of corresponding or compatible size. “Ensemble” does not apply to track suits or ski suits, of 6112.

             4.‑  6105 and 6106 do not cover garments with pockets below the waist, with a ribbed waistband or other means of tightening at the bottom of the garment, or garments having an average of less than 10 stitches per linear centimetre in each direction counted on an area measuring at least 10 cm x 10 cm. 6105 does not cover sleeveless garments.

             5.‑  6109 does not cover garments with a drawstring, ribbed waistband or other means of tightening at the bottom of the garment.

             6.‑  For the purposes of 6111:

                     (a)  “Babies’ garments and clothing accessories” means articles for young children of a body height not exceeding 86 cm;

                     (b)  Articles which are, prima facie, classifiable both in 6111 and in other headings of this Chapter are to be classified in 6111.

             7.‑  For the purposes of 6112, “ski suits” means garments or sets of garments which, by their general appearance and texture, are identifiable as intended to be worn principally for skiing (cross‑country or alpine). They consist either of:

                     (a)  a “ski overall”, that is, a one‑piece garment designed to cover the upper and the lower parts of the body; in addition to sleeves and a collar the ski overall may have pockets or footstraps; or

                     (b)  a “ski ensemble”, that is, a set of garments composed of two or three pieces, put up for retail sale and comprising:

  ‑    one garment such as an anorak, wind‑cheater, wind‑jacket or similar article, closed by a slide fastener (zipper), possibly with a waistcoat in addition, and

  ‑    one pair of trousers whether or not extending above waist‑level, one pair of breeches or one bib and brace overall.

                            The “ski ensemble” may also consist of an overall similar to the one mentioned in paragraph (a) above and a type of padded, sleeveless jacket worn over the overall.

                            All the components of a “ski ensemble” must be made up in a fabric of the same texture, style and composition whether or not of the same colour; they also must be of corresponding or compatible size.

             8.‑  Garments which are, prima facie, classifiable both in 6113 and in other headings of this Chapter, excluding 6111, are to be classified in 6113.

             9.‑  Garments of this Chapter designed for left over right closure at the front shall be regarded as men’s or boys’ garments, and those designed for right over left closure at the front as women’s or girls’ garments. These provisions do not apply where the cut of the garment clearly indicates that it is designed for one or other of the sexes.

Garments which cannot be identified as either men’s or boys’ garments or as women’s or girls’ garments are to be classified in the headings covering women’s or girls’ garments.

           10.‑  Articles of this Chapter may be made of metal thread.

Additional Note. 

             1.‑  For the purposes of this Chapter:

                     (a)  goods shall, subject to sub‑Note (b), be deemed to be elastic or of elastic fibres if they consist of textile materials or textile fibres combined with rubber threads; and

                     (b)  goods shall not be deemed to be elastic by reason only for their containing rubber thread or elastic forming simply a supporting band.

 

6101

MEN’S OR BOYS’ OVERCOATS, CAR‑COATS, CAPES, CLOAKS, ANORAKS (INCLUDING SKI‑JACKETS), WIND‑CHEATERS, WIND‑JACKETS AND SIMILAR ARTICLES, KNITTED OR CROCHETED, OTHER THAN THOSE OF 6103:

 

6101.20.00

‑Of cotton

5%

6101.30.00

‑Of man‑made fibres

5%

6101.90.00

‑Of other textile materials

5%

 

6102

WOMEN’S OR GIRLS’ OVERCOATS, CAR‑COATS, CAPES, CLOAKS, ANORAKS (INCLUDING SKI‑JACKETS), WIND‑CHEATERS, WIND‑JACKETS AND SIMILAR ARTICLES, KNITTED OR CROCHETED, OTHER THAN THOSE OF 6104:

 

6102.10.00

‑Of wool or fine animal hair

5%

6102.20.00

‑Of cotton

5%

6102.30.00

‑Of man‑made fibres

5%

6102.90.00

‑Of other textile materials

5%

 

6103

MEN’S OR BOYS’ SUITS, ENSEMBLES, JACKETS, BLAZERS, TROUSERS, BIB AND BRACE OVERALLS, BREECHES AND SHORTS (OTHER THAN SWIMWEAR), KNITTED OR CROCHETED:

 

6103.10.00

‑Suits

5%

6103.2

‑Ensembles:

 

6103.22.00

‑‑Of cotton

5%

6103.23.00

‑‑Of synthetic fibres

5%

6103.29.00

‑‑Of other textile materials

5%

6103.3

‑Jackets and blazers:

 

6103.31.00

‑‑Of wool or fine animal hair

5%

6103.32.00

‑‑Of cotton

5%

6103.33.00

‑‑Of synthetic fibres

5%

6103.39.00

‑‑Of other textile materials

5%

6103.4

‑Trousers, bib and brace overalls, breeches and shorts:

 

6103.41.00

‑‑Of wool or fine animal hair

5%

6103.42.00

‑‑Of cotton

5%

6103.43.00

‑‑Of synthetic fibres

5%

6103.49.00

‑‑Of other textile materials

5%

 

6104

WOMEN’S OR GIRLS’ SUITS, ENSEMBLES, JACKETS, BLAZERS, DRESSES, SKIRTS, DIVIDED SKIRTS, TROUSERS, BIB AND BRACE OVERALLS, BREECHES AND SHORTS (OTHER THAN SWIMWEAR), KNITTED OR CROCHETED:

 

6104.1

‑Suits:

 

6104.13.00

‑‑Of synthetic fibres

5%

6104.19.00

‑‑Of other textile materials

5%

6104.2

‑Ensembles:

 

6104.22.00

‑‑Of cotton

5%

6104.23.00

‑‑Of synthetic fibres

5%

6104.29.00

‑‑Of other textile materials

5%

6104.3

‑Jackets and blazers:

 

6104.31.00

‑‑Of wool or fine animal hair

5%

6104.32.00

‑‑Of cotton

5%

6104.33.00

‑‑Of synthetic fibres

5%

6104.39.00

‑‑Of other textile materials

5%

6104.4

‑Dresses:

 

6104.41.00

‑‑Of wool or fine animal hair

5%

6104.42.00

‑‑Of cotton

5%

6104.43.00

‑‑Of synthetic fibres

5%

6104.44.00

‑‑Of artificial fibres

5%

6104.49.00

‑‑Of other textile materials

5%

6104.5

‑Skirts and divided skirts:

 

6104.51.00

‑‑Of wool or fine animal hair

5%

6104.52.00

‑‑Of cotton

5%

6104.53.00

‑‑Of synthetic fibres

5%

6104.59.00

‑‑Of other textile materials

5%

6104.6

‑Trousers, bib and brace overalls, breeches and shorts:

 

6104.61.00

‑‑Of wool or fine animal hair

5%

6104.62.00

‑‑Of cotton

5%

6104.63.00

‑‑Of synthetic fibres

5%

6104.69.00

‑‑Of other textile materials

5%

 

6105

MEN’S OR BOYS’ SHIRTS, KNITTED OR CROCHETED:

 

6105.10.00

‑Of cotton

5%

6105.20.00

‑Of man‑made fibres

5%

6105.90.00

‑Of other textile materials

5%

 

6106

WOMEN’S OR GIRLS’ BLOUSES, SHIRTS AND SHIRT‑BLOUSES, KNITTED OR CROCHETED:

 

6106.10.00

‑Of cotton

5%

6106.20.00

‑Of man‑made fibres

5%

6106.90.00

‑Of other textile materials

5%

 

6107

MEN’S OR BOYS’ UNDERPANTS, BRIEFS, NIGHTSHIRTS, PYJAMAS, BATHROBES, DRESSING GOWNS AND SIMILAR ARTICLES, KNITTED OR CROCHETED:

 

6107.1

‑Underpants and briefs:

 

6107.11.00

‑‑Of cotton

5%

6107.12.00

‑‑Of man‑made fibres

5%

6107.19.00

‑‑Of other textile materials

5%

6107.2

‑Nightshirts and pyjamas:

 

6107.21.00

‑‑Of cotton

5%

6107.22.00

‑‑Of man‑made fibres

5%

6107.29.00

‑‑Of other textile materials

5%

6107.9

‑Other:

 

6107.91.00

‑‑Of cotton

5%

6107.99.00

‑‑Of other textile materials

5%

 

6108

WOMEN’S OR GIRLS’ SLIPS, PETTICOATS, BRIEFS, PANTIES, NIGHTDRESSES, PYJAMAS, NEGLIGES, BATHROBES, DRESSING GOWNS AND SIMILAR ARTICLES, KNITTED OR CROCHETED:

 

6108.1

‑Slips and petticoats:

 

6108.11.00

‑‑Of man‑made fibres

5%

6108.19.00

‑‑Of other textile materials

5%

6108.2

‑Briefs and panties:

 

6108.21.00

‑‑Of cotton

5%

6108.22.00

‑‑Of man‑made fibres

5%

6108.29.00

‑‑Of other textile materials

5%

6108.3

‑Nightdresses and pyjamas:

 

6108.31.00

‑‑Of cotton

5%

6108.32.00

‑‑Of man‑made fibres

5%

6108.39.00

‑‑Of other textile materials

5%

6108.9

‑Other:

 

6108.91.00

‑‑Of cotton

5%

6108.92.00

‑‑Of man‑made fibres

5%

6108.99.00

‑‑Of other textile materials

5%

 

6109

T‑SHIRTS, SINGLETS AND OTHER VESTS, KNITTED OR CROCHETED:

 

6109.10.00

‑Of cotton

5%

6109.90.00

‑Of other textile materials

5%

 

6110

JERSEYS, PULLOVERS, CARDIGANS, WAISTCOATS AND SIMILAR ARTICLES, KNITTED OR CROCHETED:

 

6110.1

‑Of wool or fine animal hair:

 

6110.11.00

‑‑Of wool

5%

6110.12.00

‑‑Of Kashmir (cashmere) goats

5%

6110.19.00

‑‑Other

5%

6110.20.00

‑Of cotton

5%

6110.30.00

‑Of man‑made fibres

5%

6110.90.00

‑Of other textile materials

5%

 

6111

BABIES’ GARMENTS AND CLOTHING ACCESSORIES, KNITTED OR CROCHETED:

 

6111.20

‑Of cotton:

 

6111.20.10

‑‑‑Stockings and understockings

5%

6111.20.20

‑‑‑Clothing accessories, NSA, other than socks, ankle‑socks, sockettes and the like

Free

6111.20.90

‑‑‑Other

5%

6111.30

‑Of synthetic fibres:

 

6111.30.10

‑‑‑Stockings and understockings

5%

6111.30.20

‑‑‑Clothing accessories, NSA, other than socks, ankle‑socks, sockettes and the like

Free

6111.30.90

‑‑‑Other

5%

6111.90

‑Of other textile materials:

 

6111.90.10

‑‑‑Stockings and understockings

5%

6111.90.20

‑‑‑Clothing accessories, NSA, other than socks, ankle‑socks, sockettes and the like

Free

6111.90.90

‑‑‑Other

5%

 

6112

TRACK SUITS, SKI SUITS AND SWIMWEAR, KNITTED OR CROCHETED:

 

6112.1

‑Track suits:

 

6112.11.00

‑‑Of cotton

5%

6112.12.00

‑‑Of synthetic fibres

5%

6112.19.00

‑‑Of other textile materials

5%

6112.20.00

‑Ski suits

5%

6112.3

‑Men’s or boys’ swimwear:

 

6112.31.00

‑‑Of synthetic fibres

5%

6112.39.00

‑‑Of other textile materials

5%

6112.4

‑Women’s or girls’ swimwear:

 

6112.41.00

‑‑Of synthetic fibres

5%

6112.49.00

‑‑Of other textile materials

5%

 

6113

GARMENTS, MADE UP OF KNITTED OR CROCHETED FABRICS OF 5903, 5906 OR 5907.00.00:

 

6113.00.1

‑‑‑Of fabric to which, if imported, 5906 would apply:

 

6113.00.11

‑‑‑‑Diving dress, wetsuits and similar garments

5%

6113.00.12

‑‑‑‑Goods, NSA, of fabric laminated with expanded or foam rubber

Free

6113.00.19

‑‑‑‑Other

5%

6113.00.20

‑‑‑Anti‑radiation suits, anti‑contamination suits, and similar protective garments

5%

6113.00.90

‑‑‑Other

5%

 

6114

OTHER GARMENTS, KNITTED OR CROCHETED:

 

6114.20.00

‑Of cotton

5%

6114.30.00

‑Of man‑made fibres

5%

6114.90.00

‑Of other textile materials

5%

 

6115

PANTY HOSE, TIGHTS, STOCKINGS, SOCKS AND OTHER HOSIERY, INCLUDING GRADUATED COMPRESSION HOSIERY (FOR EXAMPLE, STOCKINGS FOR VARICOSE VEINS) AND FOOTWEAR WITHOUT APPLIED SOLES, KNITTED OR CROCHETED:

 

6115.10

‑Graduated compression hosiery (for example, stockings for varicose veins):

 

6115.10.10

‑‑‑Goods, as follows:

       (a)      panty hose and tights;

       (b)      socks, ankle‑socks, sockettes and the like

5%

6115.10.90

‑‑‑Other

5%

6115.2

‑Other panty hose and tights:

 

6115.21

‑‑Of synthetic fibres, measuring per single yarn less than 67 decitex:

 

6115.21.10

‑‑‑Less than 44 decitex, other than of elastic fabric

5%
CA:Free

6115.21.90

‑‑‑Other

5%

6115.22.00

‑‑Of synthetic fibres, measuring per single yarn 67 decitex or more

5%

6115.29.00

‑‑Of other textile materials

5%

6115.30.00

‑Other women’s full‑length or knee‑length hosiery, measuring per single yarn less than 67 decitex

5%

6115.9

‑Other:

 

6115.94

‑‑Of wool or fine animal hair:

 

6115.94.10

‑‑‑Socks, ankle‑socks, sockettes and the like

5%

6115.94.90

‑‑‑Other

5%

6115.95

‑‑Of cotton:

 

6115.95.10

‑‑‑Socks, ankle‑socks, sockettes and the like

5%

6115.95.90

‑‑‑Other

5%

6115.96

‑‑Of synthetic fibres:

 

6115.96.10

‑‑‑Socks, ankle‑socks, sockettes and the like

5%

6115.96.90

‑‑‑Other

5%

6115.99

‑‑Of other textile materials:

 

6115.99.10

‑‑‑Socks, ankle‑socks, sockettes and the like

5%

6115.99.90

‑‑‑Other

5%

 

6116

GLOVES, MITTENS AND MITTS, KNITTED OR CROCHETED:

 

6116.10.00

‑Impregnated, coated or covered with plastics or rubber

Free

6116.9

‑Other:

 

6116.91.00

‑‑Of wool or fine animal hair

Free

6116.92.00

‑‑Of cotton

Free

6116.93.00

‑‑Of synthetic fibres

Free

6116.99.00

‑‑Of other textile materials

Free

 

6117

OTHER MADE UP CLOTHING ACCESSORIES, KNITTED OR CROCHETED; KNITTED OR CROCHETED PARTS OF GARMENTS OR OF CLOTHING ACCESSORIES:

 

6117.10.00

‑Shawls, scarves, mufflers, mantillas, veils and the like

Free

6117.80

‑Other accessories:

 

6117.80.10

‑‑‑Ties, bow ties and cravats

5%

6117.80.90

‑‑‑Other

Free

6117.90

‑Parts:

 

6117.90.10

‑‑‑Parts, as follows:

       (a)      of elastic or rubberised fabric;

       (b)      of padded skiwear;

        (c)      of parkas

5%

6117.90.20

‑‑‑Of goods, NSA, as follows:

       (a)      stockings and understockings;

       (b)      ties and bow ties

5%

6117.90.30

‑‑‑Of clothing accessories, NSA, other than socks, ankle‑socks, sockettes and the like

Free

6117.90.40

‑‑‑Shoulder pads

Free

6117.90.90

‑‑‑Other

5%

Chapter 62Articles of apparel and clothing accessories, not knitted or crocheted

Notes. 

             1.‑  This Chapter applies only to made up articles of any textile fabric other than wadding, excluding knitted or crocheted articles (other than those of 6212).

             2.‑  This Chapter does not cover:

                     (a)  Worn clothing or other worn articles of 6309.00.00; or

                     (b)  Orthopaedic appliances, surgical belts, trusses or the like (9021).

             3.‑  For the purposes of 6203 and 6204:

                     (a)  “Suit” means a set of garments composed of two or three pieces made up, in respect of their outer surface, in identical fabric and comprising:

  ‑    one suit coat or jacket the outer shell of which, exclusive of sleeves, consists of four or more panels, designed to cover the upper part of the body, possibly with a tailored waistcoat in addition whose front is made from the same fabric as the outer surface of the other components of the set and whose back is made from the same fabric as the lining of the suit coat or jacket; and

  ‑    one garment designed to cover the lower part of the body and consisting of trousers, breeches or shorts (other than swimwear), a skirt or a divided skirt, having neither braces nor bibs.

                            All of the components of a “suit” must be of the same fabric construction, colour and composition; they must also be of the same style and of corresponding or compatible size. However, these components may have piping (a strip of fabric sewn into the seam) in a different fabric.

                            If several separate components to cover the lower part of the body are presented together (for example, two pairs of trousers or trousers and shorts, or a skirt or divided skirt and trousers), the constituent lower part shall be one pair of trousers or, in the case of women’s or girls’ suits, the skirt or divided skirt, the other garments being considered separately.

                            “Suit” includes the following sets of garments, whether or not they fulfil all the above conditions:

  ‑    morning dress, comprising a plain jacket (cutaway) with rounded tails hanging well down at the back and striped trousers;

  ‑    evening dress (tailcoat), generally made of black fabric, the jacket of which is relatively short at the front, does not close and has narrow skirts cut in at the hips and hanging down behind;

  ‑    dinner jacket suits, in which the jacket is similar in style to an ordinary jacket (though perhaps revealing more of the shirt front), but has shiny silk or imitation silk lapels.

                     (b)  “Ensemble” means a set of garments (other than suits and articles of 6207 or 6208) composed of several pieces made up in identical fabric, put up for retail sale, and comprising:

  ‑    one garment designed to cover the upper part of the body, with the exception of waistcoats which may also form a second upper garment, and

  ‑    one or two different garments, designed to cover the lower part of the body and consisting of trousers, bib and brace overalls, breeches, shorts (other than swimwear), a skirt or a divided skirt.

                            All of the components of an ensemble must be of the same fabric construction, style, colour and composition; they also must be of corresponding or compatible size. “Ensemble” does not apply to track suits or ski suits, of 6211.

             4.‑  For the purposes of 6209:

                     (a)  “Babies’ garments and clothing accessories” means articles for young children of a body height not exceeding 86 cm;

                     (b)  Articles which are, prima facie, classifiable both in 6209 and in other headings of this Chapter are to be classified in 6209.

             5.‑  Garments which are, prima facie, classifiable both in 6210 and in other headings of this Chapter, excluding 6209, are to be classified in 6210.

             6.‑  For the purposes of 6211, “ski suits” means garments or sets of garments which, by their general appearance and texture, are identifiable as intended to be worn principally for skiing (cross‑country or alpine). They consist either of:

                     (a)  a “ski overall”, that is, a one‑piece garment designed to cover the upper and the lower parts of the body; in addition to sleeves and a collar the ski overall may have pockets or footstraps; or

                     (b)  a “ski ensemble”, that is, a set of garments composed of two or three pieces, put up for retail sale and comprising:

  ‑    one garment such as an anorak, wind‑cheater, wind‑jacket or similar article, closed by a slide fastener (zipper), possibly with a waistcoat in addition, and

  ‑    one pair of trousers whether or not extending above waist‑level, one pair of breeches or one bib and brace overall.

                            The “ski ensemble” may also consist of an overall similar to the one mentioned in paragraph (a) above and a type of padded, sleeveless jacket worn over the overall.

                            All the components of a “ski ensemble” must be made up in a fabric of the same texture, style and composition whether or not of the same colour; they also must be of corresponding or compatible size.

             7.‑  Scarves and articles of the scarf type, square or approximately square, of which no side exceeds 60 cm, are to be classified as handkerchiefs (6213). Handkerchiefs of which any side exceeds 60 cm are to be classified in 6214.

             8.‑  Garments of this Chapter designed for left over right closure at the front shall be regarded as men’s or boys’ garments, and those designed for right over left closure at the front as women’s or girls’ garments. These provisions do not apply where the cut of the garment clearly indicates that it is designed for one or other of the sexes.

Garments which cannot be identified as either men’s or boys’ garments or as women’s or girls’ garments are to be classified in the headings covering women’s or girls’ garments.

             9.‑  Articles of this Chapter may be made of metal thread.

Additional Note. 

1.‑     (a)   In 6212, “brassieres, girdles, corsets, braces, suspenders, garters and similar articles” include undergarments, being pants, made of elastomeric fabric:

  ‑    the base fabric of which contains 20% or more of elastomeric fibres; and

  ‑    the length of each side of which is 18 cm or more (excluding any added trimmings),

                            but does not include other pants made of elastomeric fabric.

                     (b)  For the purpose of sub‑Note (a):

  ‑    crimped yarn shall not be taken to be an elastomeric fibre; and

  ‑    stretch nylon shall not be taken to be an elastomeric fabric.

 

6201

MEN’S OR BOYS’ OVERCOATS, CAR‑COATS, CAPES, CLOAKS, ANORAKS (INCLUDING SKI‑JACKETS), WIND‑CHEATERS, WIND‑JACKETS AND SIMILAR ARTICLES, OTHER THAN THOSE OF 6203:

 

6201.1

‑Overcoats, raincoats, car‑coats, capes, cloaks and similar articles:

 

6201.11.00

‑‑Of wool or fine animal hair

5%

6201.12.00

‑‑Of cotton

5%

6201.13.00

‑‑Of man‑made fibres

5%

6201.19.00

‑‑Of other textile materials

5%

6201.9

‑Other:

 

6201.91.00

‑‑Of wool or fine animal hair

5%

6201.92.00

‑‑Of cotton

5%

6201.93.00

‑‑Of man‑made fibres

5%

6201.99.00

‑‑Of other textile materials

5%

 

6202

WOMEN’S OR GIRLS’ OVERCOATS, CAR‑COATS, CAPES, CLOAKS, ANORAKS (INCLUDING SKI‑JACKETS), WIND‑CHEATERS, WIND‑JACKETS AND SIMILAR ARTICLES, OTHER THAN THOSE OF 6204:

 

6202.1

‑Overcoats, raincoats, car‑coats, capes, cloaks and similar articles:

 

6202.11.00

‑‑Of wool or fine animal hair

5%

6202.12.00

‑‑Of cotton

5%

6202.13.00

‑‑Of man‑made fibres

5%

6202.19.00

‑‑Of other textile materials

5%

6202.9

‑Other:

 

6202.91.00

‑‑Of wool or fine animal hair

5%

6202.92.00

‑‑Of cotton

5%

6202.93.00

‑‑Of man‑made fibres

5%

6202.99.00

‑‑Of other textile materials

5%

 

6203

MEN’S OR BOYS’ SUITS, ENSEMBLES, JACKETS, BLAZERS, TROUSERS, BIB AND BRACE OVERALLS, BREECHES AND SHORTS (OTHER THAN SWIMWEAR):

 

6203.1

‑Suits:

 

6203.11.00

‑‑Of wool or fine animal hair

5%

6203.12.00

‑‑Of synthetic fibres

5%

6203.19.00

‑‑Of other textile materials

5%

6203.2

‑Ensembles:

 

6203.22.00

‑‑Of cotton

5%

6203.23.00

‑‑Of synthetic fibres

5%

6203.29.00

‑‑Of other textile materials

5%

6203.3

‑Jackets and blazers:

 

6203.31.00

‑‑Of wool or fine animal hair

5%

6203.32.00

‑‑Of cotton

5%

6203.33.00

‑‑Of synthetic fibres

5%

6203.39.00

‑‑Of other textile materials

5%

6203.4

‑Trousers, bib and brace overalls, breeches and shorts:

 

6203.41.00

‑‑Of wool or fine animal hair

5%

6203.42.00

‑‑Of cotton

5%

6203.43.00

‑‑Of synthetic fibres

5%

6203.49.00

‑‑Of other textile materials

5%

 

6204

WOMEN’S OR GIRLS’ SUITS, ENSEMBLES, JACKETS, BLAZERS, DRESSES, SKIRTS, DIVIDED SKIRTS, TROUSERS, BIB AND BRACE OVERALLS, BREECHES AND SHORTS (OTHER THAN SWIMWEAR):

 

6204.1

‑Suits:

 

6204.11.00

‑‑Of wool or fine animal hair

5%

6204.12.00

‑‑Of cotton

5%

6204.13.00

‑‑Of synthetic fibres

5%

6204.19.00

‑‑Of other textile materials

5%

6204.2

‑Ensembles:

 

6204.21.00

‑‑Of wool or fine animal hair

5%

6204.22.00

‑‑Of cotton

5%

6204.23.00

‑‑Of synthetic fibres

5%

6204.29.00

‑‑Of other textile materials

5%

6204.3

‑Jackets and blazers:

 

6204.31.00

‑‑Of wool or fine animal hair

5%

6204.32.00

‑‑Of cotton

5%

6204.33.00

‑‑Of synthetic fibres

5%

6204.39.00

‑‑Of other textile materials

5%

6204.4

‑Dresses:

 

6204.41.00

‑‑Of wool or fine animal hair

5%

6204.42.00

‑‑Of cotton

5%

6204.43.00

‑‑Of synthetic fibres

5%

6204.44.00

‑‑Of artificial fibres

5%

6204.49.00

‑‑Of other textile materials

5%

6204.5

‑Skirts and divided skirts:

 

6204.51.00

‑‑Of wool or fine animal hair

5%

6204.52.00

‑‑Of cotton

5%

6204.53.00

‑‑Of synthetic fibres

5%

6204.59.00

‑‑Of other textile materials

5%

6204.6

‑Trousers, bib and brace overalls, breeches and shorts:

 

6204.61.00

‑‑Of wool or fine animal hair

5%

6204.62.00

‑‑Of cotton

5%

6204.63.00

‑‑Of synthetic fibres

5%

6204.69.00

‑‑Of other textile materials

5%

 

6205

MEN’S OR BOYS’ SHIRTS:

 

6205.20.00

‑Of cotton

5%

6205.30.00

‑Of man‑made fibres

5%

6205.90.00

‑Of other textile materials

5%

 

6206

WOMEN’S OR GIRLS’ BLOUSES, SHIRTS AND SHIRT‑BLOUSES:

 

6206.10.00

‑Of silk or silk waste

5%

6206.20.00

‑Of wool or fine animal hair

5%

6206.30.00

‑Of cotton

5%

6206.40.00

‑Of man‑made fibres

5%

6206.90.00

‑Of other textile materials

5%

 

6207

MEN’S OR BOYS’ SINGLETS AND OTHER VESTS, UNDERPANTS, BRIEFS, NIGHTSHIRTS, PYJAMAS, BATHROBES, DRESSING GOWNS AND SIMILAR ARTICLES:

 

6207.1

‑Underpants and briefs:

 

6207.11.00

‑‑Of cotton

5%

6207.19.00

‑‑Of other textile materials

5%

6207.2

‑Nightshirts and pyjamas:

 

6207.21.00

‑‑Of cotton

5%

6207.22.00

‑‑Of man‑made fibres

5%

6207.29.00

‑‑Of other textile materials

5%

6207.9

‑Other:

 

6207.91.00

‑‑Of cotton

5%

6207.99.00

‑‑Of other textile materials

5%

 

6208

WOMEN’S OR GIRLS’ SINGLETS AND OTHER VESTS, SLIPS, PETTICOATS, BRIEFS, PANTIES, NIGHTDRESSES, PYJAMAS, NEGLIGES, BATHROBES, DRESSING GOWNS AND SIMILAR ARTICLES:

 

6208.1

‑Slips and petticoats:

 

6208.11.00

‑‑Of man‑made fibres

5%

6208.19.00

‑‑Of other textile materials

5%

6208.2

‑Nightdresses and pyjamas:

 

6208.21.00

‑‑Of cotton

5%

6208.22.00

‑‑Of man‑made fibres

5%

6208.29.00

‑‑Of other textile materials

5%

6208.9

‑Other:

 

6208.91.00

‑‑Of cotton

5%

6208.92.00

‑‑Of man‑made fibres

5%

6208.99.00

‑‑Of other textile materials

5%

 

6209

BABIES’ GARMENTS AND CLOTHING ACCESSORIES:

 

6209.20

‑Of cotton:

 

6209.20.10

‑‑‑Garments, of nonwovens, being fabric not impregnated or coated, other than:

       (a)      padded skiwear;

       (b)      parkas

5%

6209.20.20

‑‑‑Clothing accessories

Free

6209.20.90

‑‑‑Other

5%

6209.30

‑Of synthetic fibres:

 

6209.30.10

‑‑‑Garments, of nonwovens, being fabric not impregnated or coated, other than:

       (a)      padded skiwear;

       (b)      parkas

5%

6209.30.20

‑‑‑Clothing accessories

Free

6209.30.90

‑‑‑Other

5%

6209.90

‑Of other textile materials:

 

6209.90.10

‑‑‑Garments, of nonwovens, being fabric not impregnated or coated, other than:

       (a)      padded skiwear;

       (b)      parkas

5%

6209.90.20

‑‑‑Clothing accessories

Free

6209.90.90

‑‑‑Other

5%

 

6210

GARMENTS, MADE UP OF FABRICS OF 5602, 5603, 5903, 5906 OR 5907.00.00:

 

6210.10

‑Of fabrics of 5602 or 5603:

 

6210.10.10

‑‑‑Of nonwovens, being fabric not impregnated or coated

5%

6210.10.90

‑‑‑Other

5%

6210.20.00

‑Other garments, of the type described in 6201.11.00 to 6201.19.00

5%

6210.30.00

‑Other garments, of the type described in 6202.11.00 to 6202.19.00

5%

6210.40

‑Other men’s or boys’ garments:

 

6210.40.10

‑‑‑Anti‑radiation suits, anti‑contamination suits, and similar protective garments

5%

6210.40.20

‑‑‑Diving dress, wetsuits and similar garments

5%

6210.40.90

‑‑‑Other

5%

6210.50

‑Other women’s or girls’ garments:

 

6210.50.10

‑‑‑Anti‑radiation suits, anti‑contamination suits, and similar protective garments

5%

6210.50.20

‑‑‑Diving dress, wetsuits and similar garments

5%

6210.50.90

‑‑‑Other

5%

 

6211

TRACK SUITS, SKI SUITS AND SWIMWEAR; OTHER GARMENTS:

 

6211.1

‑Swimwear:

 

6211.11.00

‑‑Men’s or boys’

5%

6211.12.00

‑‑Women’s or girls’

5%

6211.20.00

‑Ski suits

5%

6211.3

‑Other garments, men’s or boys’:

 

6211.32

‑‑Of cotton:

 

6211.32.10

‑‑‑Collars, cuffs and shirt fronts

Free

6211.32.90

‑‑‑Other

5%

6211.33

‑‑Of man‑made fibres:

 

6211.33.10

‑‑‑Collars, cuffs and shirt fronts

Free

6211.33.90

‑‑‑Other

5%

6211.39

‑‑Of other textile materials:

 

6211.39.10

‑‑‑Collars, cuffs and shirt fronts

Free

6211.39.90

‑‑‑Other

5%

6211.4

‑Other garments, women’s or girls’:

 

6211.42.00

‑‑Of cotton

5%

6211.43.00

‑‑Of man‑made fibres

5%

6211.49.00

‑‑Of other textile materials

5%

 

6212

BRASSIERES, GIRDLES, CORSETS, BRACES, SUSPENDERS, GARTERS AND SIMILAR ARTICLES AND PARTS THEREOF, WHETHER OR NOT KNITTED OR CROCHETED:

 

6212.10.00

‑Brassieres

5%

6212.20.00

‑Girdles and panty‑girdles

5%

6212.30.00

‑Corselettes

5%

6212.90

‑Other:

 

6212.90.10

‑‑‑Goods, as follows:

       (a)      corsets, body suits and the like;

       (b)      parts of brassieres, other than:

                      (i)     adjustable shoulder straps; or

                     (ii)     brassiere back replacements, comprising elastic, textile fabric, hooks and eyes;

        (c)      parts of corsets, girdles, panty‑girdles, corselettes, body suits and the like

5%

6212.90.90

‑‑‑Other

5%

 

6213

HANDKERCHIEFS:

 

6213.20.00

‑Of cotton

5%

6213.90.00

‑Of other textile materials

5%

 

6214

SHAWLS, SCARVES, MUFFLERS, MANTILLAS, VEILS AND THE LIKE:

 

6214.10.00

‑Of silk or silk waste

Free

6214.20.00

‑Of wool or fine animal hair

Free

6214.30.00

‑Of synthetic fibres

Free

6214.40.00

‑Of artificial fibres

Free

6214.90.00

‑Of other textile materials

Free

 

6215

TIES, BOW TIES AND CRAVATS:

 

6215.10.00

‑Of silk or silk waste

5%

6215.20.00

‑Of man‑made fibres

5%

6215.90.00

‑Of other textile materials

5%

 

6216.00.00

GLOVES, MITTENS AND MITTS

Free

 

6217

OTHER MADE UP CLOTHING ACCESSORIES; PARTS OF GARMENTS OR OF CLOTHING ACCESSORIES, OTHER THAN THOSE OF 6212:

 

6217.10

‑Accessories:

 

6217.10.10

‑‑‑Goods, as follows:

       (a)      adjustable shoulder straps of a kind used on female garments;

       (b)      collars and yokes for female garments;

        (c)      footwear

5%

6217.10.90

‑‑‑Other

Free

6217.90

‑Parts:

 

6217.90.10

‑‑‑Of goods, as follows:

       (a)      adjustable shoulder straps of a kind used on female garments;

       (b)      collars and yokes for female garments;

        (c)      diving suits, wetsuits and similar articles;

       (d)      footwear;

        (e)      handkerchiefs;

        (f)      of nonwovens of garments of nonwovens;

        (g)      ties, bow ties and cravats

5%

6217.90.20

‑‑‑Of clothing accessories, NSA, and of goods of 6211.32.10, 6211.33.10 or 6211.39.10

Free

6217.90.30

‑‑‑Shoulder pads

Free

6217.90.90

‑‑‑Other

5%

Chapter 63Other made up textile articles; sets; worn clothing and worn textile articles; rags

Notes. 

             1.‑  Sub‑Chapter I applies only to made up articles, of any textile fabric.

             2.‑  Sub‑Chapter I does not cover:

                     (a)  Goods of Chapters 56 to 62; or

                     (b)  Worn clothing or other worn articles of 6309.00.00.

             3.‑  6309.00.00 applies only to the following goods:

                     (a)  Articles of textile materials:

                              (i)  Clothing and clothing accessories, and parts thereof;

                             (ii)  Blankets and travelling rugs;

                            (iii)  Bed linen, table linen, toilet linen and kitchen linen;

                            (iv)  Furnishing articles, other than carpets of 5701 to 5705 and tapestries of 5805.00.00;

                     (b)  Footwear and headwear of any material other than asbestos.

                   In order to be classified in this heading, the articles mentioned above must comply with both of the following requirements:

                              (i)  they must show signs of appreciable wear, and

                             (ii)  they must be presented in bulk or in bales, sacks or similar packings.

Subheading Note. 

             1.‑  6304.20.00 covers articles made from warp knit fabrics, impregnated or coated with alpha‑cypermethrin (ISO), chlorfenapyr (ISO), deltamethrin (INN, ISO), lambda‑cyhalothrin (ISO), permethrin (ISO) or pirimiphos‑methyl (ISO).

Sub‑Chapter IOther made up textile articles

 

6301

BLANKETS AND TRAVELLING RUGS:

 

6301.10.00

‑Electric blankets

5%

6301.20.00

‑Blankets (other than electric blankets) and travelling rugs, of wool or of fine animal hair

5%

6301.30

‑Blankets (other than electric blankets) and travelling rugs, of cotton:

 

6301.30.10

‑‑‑Goods, weighing 339 g/m2 or more, of 100% cotton

Free

6301.30.90

‑‑‑Other

5%

6301.40.00

‑Blankets (other than electric blankets) and travelling rugs, of synthetic fibres

5%

6301.90

‑Other blankets and travelling rugs:

 

6301.90.10

‑‑‑Goods, weighing 339 g/m2 or more, of 100% viscose fibre

Free

6301.90.90

‑‑‑Other

5%

 

6302

BED LINEN, TABLE LINEN, TOILET LINEN AND KITCHEN LINEN:

 

6302.10.00

‑Bed linen, knitted or crocheted

5%

6302.2

‑Other bed linen, printed:

 

6302.21.00

‑‑Of cotton

5%

6302.22.00

‑‑Of man‑made fibres

5%

6302.29.00

‑‑Of other textile materials

5%

6302.3

‑Other bed linen:

 

6302.31.00

‑‑Of cotton

5%

6302.32.00

‑‑Of man‑made fibres

5%

6302.39.00

‑‑Of other textile materials

5%

6302.40.00

‑Table linen, knitted or crocheted

5%

6302.5

‑Other table linen:

 

6302.51

‑‑Of cotton:

 

6302.51.10

‑‑‑Hand‑embroidered or hand‑appliqued

Free

6302.51.90

‑‑‑Other

5%

6302.53.00

‑‑Of man‑made fibres

5%

6302.59.00

‑‑Of other textile materials

5%

6302.60.00

‑Toilet linen and kitchen linen, of terry towelling or similar terry fabrics, of cotton

5%

6302.9

‑Other:

 

6302.91

‑‑Of cotton:

 

6302.91.10

‑‑‑Tea towels

Free

6302.91.20

‑‑‑Goods, NSA, as follows:

       (a)      facewashers;

       (b)      towels

5%

6302.91.90

‑‑‑Other

5%

6302.93.00

‑‑Of man‑made fibres

5%

6302.99

‑‑Of other textile materials:

 

6302.99.10

‑‑‑Tea towels of flax

Free

6302.99.90

‑‑‑Other

5%

 

6303

CURTAINS (INCLUDING DRAPES) AND INTERIOR BLINDS; CURTAIN OR BED VALANCES:

 

6303.1

‑Knitted or crocheted:

 

6303.12

‑‑Of synthetic fibres:

 

6303.12.10

‑‑‑Curtains

5%

6303.12.90

‑‑‑Other

5%

6303.19

‑‑Of other textile materials:

 

6303.19.10

‑‑‑Curtains

5%

6303.19.90

‑‑‑Other

5%

6303.9

‑Other:

 

6303.91

‑‑Of cotton:

 

6303.91.10

‑‑‑Goods, as follows:

       (a)      bed valances (ruffles);

       (b)      curtains

5%

6303.91.90

‑‑‑Other

5%

6303.92

‑‑Of synthetic fibres:

 

6303.92.10

‑‑‑Goods, as follows:

       (a)      bed valances (ruffles);

       (b)      curtains

5%

6303.92.90

‑‑‑Other

5%

6303.99

‑‑Of other textile materials:

 

6303.99.10

‑‑‑Goods, as follows:

       (a)      bed valances (ruffles);

       (b)      curtains

5%

6303.99.90

‑‑‑Other

5%

 

6304

OTHER FURNISHING ARTICLES, EXCLUDING THOSE OF 9404:

 

6304.1

‑Bedspreads:

 

6304.11.00

‑‑Knitted or crocheted

5%

6304.19

‑‑Other:

 

6304.19.10

‑‑‑Bedspreads, as follows:

       (a)      alhambra;

       (b)      dimity;

        (c)      grecian;

       (d)      honeycomb;

        (e)      marcella

5%

6304.19.90

‑‑‑Other

5%

6304.20.00

‑Bed nets specified in Subheading Note 1 to this Chapter

5%

6304.9

‑Other:

 

6304.91.00

‑‑Knitted or crocheted

5%

6304.92.00

‑‑Not knitted or crocheted, of cotton

5%

6304.93.00

‑‑Not knitted or crocheted, of synthetic fibres

5%

6304.99.00

‑‑Not knitted or crocheted, of other textile materials

5%

 

6305

SACKS AND BAGS, OF A KIND USED FOR THE PACKING OF GOODS:

 

6305.10.00

‑Of jute or of other textile bast fibres of 5303

Free

6305.20.00

‑Of cotton

Free

6305.3

‑Of man‑made textile materials:

 

6305.32.00

‑‑Flexible intermediate bulk containers

5%

6305.33

‑‑Other, of polyethylene or polypropylene strip or the like:

 

6305.33.10

‑‑‑Woolpacks

Free

6305.33.90

‑‑‑Other

5%

6305.39

‑‑Other:

 

6305.39.10

‑‑‑Woolpacks

Free

6305.39.90

‑‑‑Other

5%

6305.90.00

‑Of other textile materials

Free

 

6306

TARPAULINS, AWNINGS AND SUNBLINDS; TENTS; SAILS FOR BOATS, SAILBOARDS OR LANDCRAFT; CAMPING GOODS:

 

6306.1

‑Tarpaulins, awnings and sunblinds:

 

6306.12.00

‑‑Of synthetic fibres

5%

6306.19.00

‑‑Of other textile materials

5%

6306.2

‑Tents:

 

6306.22.00

‑‑Of synthetic fibres

5%
CA:Free

6306.29.00

‑‑Of other textile materials

5%
CA:Free

6306.30.00

‑Sails

5%

6306.40.00

‑Pneumatic mattresses

5%

6306.90.00

‑Other

5%

 

6307

OTHER MADE UP ARTICLES, INCLUDING DRESS PATTERNS:

 

6307.10

‑Floor‑cloths, dish‑cloths, dusters and similar cleaning cloths:

 

6307.10.10

‑‑‑Knitted or crocheted

5%
CA:Free

6307.10.20

‑‑‑Articles of felt

5%
CA:Free

6307.10.30

‑‑‑Nonwovens

5%

6307.10.90

‑‑‑Other

5%

6307.20.00

‑Life‑jackets and life‑belts

5%

6307.90

‑Other:

 

6307.90.10

‑‑‑Knitted or crocheted articles, as follows:

       (a)      consisting of textile materials combined with rubber threads;

       (b)      impregnated, coated, covered or laminated with rubber or made with textile thread impregnated, coated or covered with rubber

5%

6307.90.2

‑‑‑Knitted or crocheted articles, NSA:

 

6307.90.21

‑‑‑‑Ornamental trimmings in the piece

5%

6307.90.29

‑‑‑‑Other

5%

6307.90.30

‑‑‑Articles of felt

5%
CA:Free

6307.90.40

‑‑‑Nonwovens

5%

6307.90.9

‑‑‑Other:

 

6307.90.91

‑‑‑‑Flags

5%
CA:Free

6307.90.99

‑‑‑‑Other

5%

Sub‑Chapter IISets

 

6308.00.00

SETS CONSISTING OF WOVEN FABRIC AND YARN, WHETHER OR NOT WITH ACCESSORIES, FOR MAKING UP INTO RUGS, TAPESTRIES, EMBROIDERED TABLE CLOTHS OR SERVIETTES, OR SIMILAR TEXTILE ARTICLES, PUT UP IN PACKINGS FOR RETAIL SALE

Free

Sub‑Chapter IIIWorn clothing and worn textile articles; rags

 

6309.00.00

WORN CLOTHING AND OTHER WORN ARTICLES

Free

 

6310

USED OR NEW RAGS, SCRAP TWINE, CORDAGE, ROPE AND CABLES AND WORN OUT ARTICLES OF TWINE, CORDAGE, ROPE OR CABLES, OF TEXTILE MATERIALS:

 

6310.10.00

‑Sorted

Free

6310.90.00

‑Other

Free

Section XIIFootwear, headgear, umbrellas, sun umbrellas, walking‑sticks, seat‑sticks, whips, riding‑crops, and parts thereof; prepared feathers and articles made therewith; artificial flowers; articles of human hair

Chapter 64Footwear, gaiters and the like; parts of such articles

Notes. 

             1.‑  This Chapter does not cover:

                     (a)  Disposable foot or shoe coverings of flimsy material (for example, paper, sheeting of plastics) without applied soles. These products are classified according to their constituent material;

                     (b)  Footwear of textile material, without an outer sole glued, sewn or otherwise affixed or applied to the upper (Section XI);

                     (c)  Worn footwear of 6309.00.00;

                     (d)  Articles of asbestos (6812);

                     (e)  Orthopaedic footwear or other orthopaedic appliances, or parts thereof (9021); or

                      (f)  Toy footwear or skating boots with ice or roller skates attached; shin‑guards or similar protective sportswear (Chapter 95).

             2.‑  For the purposes of 6406, “parts” does not include pegs, protectors, eyelets, hooks, buckles, ornaments, braid, laces, pompons or other trimmings (which are to be classified in their appropriate headings) or buttons or other goods of 9606.

             3.‑  For the purposes of this Chapter:

                     (a)  “Rubber” and “plastics” include woven fabrics or other textile products with an external layer of rubber or plastics being visible to the naked eye; for the purpose of this provision, no account should be taken of any resulting change of colour; and

                     (b)  “Leather” refers to the goods of 4107 and 4112.00.00 to 4114.

             4.‑  Subject to Note 3 to this Chapter:

                     (a)  The material of the upper shall be taken to be the constituent material having the greatest external surface area, no account being taken of accessories or reinforcements such as ankle patches, edging, ornamentation, buckles, tabs, eyelet stays or similar attachments;

                     (b)  The constituent material of the outer sole shall be taken to be the material having the greatest surface area in contact with the ground, no account being taken of accessories or reinforcements such as spikes, bars, nails, protectors or similar attachments.

Subheading Note. 

             1.‑  For the purposes of 6402.12.00, 6402.19.00, 6403.12.00, 6403.19.00 and 6404.11, “sports footwear” applies only to:

                     (a)  Footwear which is designed for a sporting activity and has, or has provision for the attachment of, spikes, sprigs, stops, clips, bars or the like;

                     (b)  Skating boots, ski‑boots and cross‑country ski footwear, snowboard boots, wrestling boots, boxing boots and cycling shoes.

 

6401

WATERPROOF FOOTWEAR WITH OUTER SOLES AND UPPERS OF RUBBER OR OF PLASTICS, THE UPPERS OF WHICH ARE NEITHER FIXED TO THE SOLE NOR ASSEMBLED BY STITCHING, RIVETING, NAILING, SCREWING, PLUGGING OR SIMILAR PROCESSES:

 

6401.10.00

‑Footwear incorporating a protective metal toe‑cap

5%

6401.9

‑Other footwear:

 

6401.92

‑‑Covering the ankle but not covering the knee:

 

6401.92.10

‑‑‑Footwear of a kind used solely or principally in conjunction with diving dress or wetsuits; ski‑boots, cross‑country ski footwear and snowboard boots

Free

6401.92.90

‑‑‑Other

5%

6401.99

‑‑Other:

 

6401.99.10

‑‑‑Footwear, not covering the knee, of a kind used solely or principally in conjunction with diving dress or wetsuits; ski‑boots, cross‑country ski footwear and snowboard boots, not covering the knee

Free

6401.99.20

‑‑‑Footwear covering the knee

5%

6401.99.90

‑‑‑Other

5%

 

6402

OTHER FOOTWEAR WITH OUTER SOLES AND UPPERS OF RUBBER OR PLASTICS:

 

6402.1

‑Sports footwear:

 

6402.12.00

‑‑Ski‑boots, cross‑country ski footwear and snowboard boots

Free

6402.19.00

‑‑Other

5%

6402.20.00

‑Footwear with upper straps or thongs assembled to the sole by means of plugs

5%

6402.9

‑Other footwear:

 

6402.91

‑‑Covering the ankle:

 

6402.91.10

‑‑‑Footwear of a kind used solely or principally in conjunction with diving dress or wetsuits (other than footwear incorporating a protective metal toe‑cap)

Free

6402.91.90

‑‑‑Other

5%

6402.99

‑‑Other:

 

6402.99.10

‑‑‑Footwear of a kind used solely or principally in conjunction with diving dress or wetsuits (other than footwear incorporating a protective metal toe‑cap)

Free

6402.99.90

‑‑‑Other

5%

 

6403

FOOTWEAR WITH OUTER SOLES OF RUBBER, PLASTICS, LEATHER OR COMPOSITION LEATHER AND UPPERS OF LEATHER:

 

6403.1

‑Sports footwear:

 

6403.12.00

‑‑Ski‑boots, cross‑country ski footwear and snowboard boots

Free

6403.19.00

‑‑Other

5%

6403.20.00

‑Footwear with outer soles of leather, and uppers which consist of leather straps across the instep and around the big toe

Free

6403.40.00

‑Other footwear, incorporating a protective
metal toe‑cap

5%

6403.5

‑Other footwear with outer soles of leather:

 

6403.51.00

‑‑Covering the ankle

5%

6403.59.00

‑‑Other

5%

6403.9

‑Other footwear:

 

6403.91.00

‑‑Covering the ankle

5%

6403.99.00

‑‑Other

5%

 

6404

FOOTWEAR WITH OUTER SOLES OF RUBBER, PLASTICS, LEATHER OR COMPOSITION LEATHER AND UPPERS OF TEXTILE MATERIALS:

 

6404.1

‑Footwear with outer soles of rubber or plastics:

 

6404.11

‑‑Sports footwear; tennis shoes, basketball shoes, gym shoes, training shoes and the like:

 

6404.11.10

‑‑‑Ski‑boots, cross‑country ski footwear and snowboard boots

Free

6404.11.90

‑‑‑Other

5%

6404.19

‑‑Other:

 

6404.19.10

‑‑‑Footwear of a kind used solely or principally in conjunction with diving dress or wetsuits

Free

6404.19.90

‑‑‑Other

5%

6404.20.00

‑Footwear with outer soles of leather or composition leather

5%

 

6405

OTHER FOOTWEAR:

 

6405.10.00

‑With uppers of leather or composition leather

5%

6405.20.00

‑With uppers of textile materials

5%

6405.90

‑Other:

 

6405.90.10

‑‑‑Ski‑boots, cross‑country ski footwear and snowboard boots

Free

6405.90.90

‑‑‑Other

5%

 

6406

PARTS OF FOOTWEAR (INCLUDING UPPERS WHETHER OR NOT ATTACHED TO SOLES OTHER THAN OUTER SOLES); REMOVABLE IN‑SOLES, HEEL CUSHIONS AND SIMILAR ARTICLES; GAITERS, LEGGINGS AND SIMILAR ARTICLES, AND PARTS THEREOF:

 

6406.10

‑Uppers and parts thereof, other than stiffeners:

 

6406.10.10

‑‑‑Parts, of metal

5%

6406.10.90

‑‑‑Other

5%

6406.20.00

‑Outer soles and heels, of rubber or plastics

5%

6406.90

‑Other:

 

6406.90.10

‑‑‑Gaiters, leggings and similar articles, and parts thereof

Free

6406.90.90

‑‑‑Other

5%

Chapter 65Headgear and parts thereof

Notes. 

             1.‑  This Chapter does not cover:

                     (a)  Worn headgear of 6309.00.00;

                     (b)  Asbestos headgear (6812); or

                     (c)  “Dolls” hats, other toy hats or carnival articles of Chapter 95.

             2.‑  6502.00.00 does not cover hat‑shapes made by sewing, other than those obtained simply by sewing strips in spirals.

 

6501.00.00

HAT‑FORMS, HAT BODIES AND HOODS OF FELT, NEITHER BLOCKED TO SHAPE NOR WITH MADE BRIMS; PLATEAUX AND MANCHONS (INCLUDING SLIT MANCHONS), OF FELT

5%

 

6502.00.00

HAT‑SHAPES, PLAITED OR MADE BY ASSEMBLING STRIPS OF ANY MATERIAL, NEITHER BLOCKED TO SHAPE, NOR WITH MADE BRIMS, NOR LINED, NOR TRIMMED

Free

 

6504.00.00

HATS AND OTHER HEADGEAR, PLAITED OR MADE BY ASSEMBLING STRIPS OF ANY MATERIAL, WHETHER OR NOT LINED OR TRIMMED

Free

 

6505

HATS AND OTHER HEADGEAR, KNITTED OR CROCHETED, OR MADE UP FROM LACE, FELT OR OTHER TEXTILE FABRIC, IN THE PIECE (BUT NOT IN STRIPS), WHETHER OR NOT LINED OR TRIMMED; HAIR‑NETS OF ANY MATERIAL, WHETHER OR NOT LINED OR TRIMMED:

 

6505.00.10

‑‑‑Of nonwovens, other than hair‑nets

5%

6505.00.90

‑‑‑Other

Free

 

6506

OTHER HEADGEAR, WHETHER OR NOT LINED OR TRIMMED:

 

6506.10.00

‑Safety headgear

Free

6506.9

‑Other:

 

6506.91

‑‑Of rubber or of plastics:

 

6506.91.10

‑‑‑Of a kind used solely or principally with diving dress or wetsuits

5%

6506.91.90

‑‑‑Other

Free

6506.99

‑‑Of other materials:

 

6506.99.10

‑‑‑Of nonwovens, sheet paper or paperboard

5%

6506.99.90

‑‑‑Other

Free

 

6507.00.00

HEAD‑BANDS, LININGS, COVERS, HAT FOUNDATIONS, HAT FRAMES, PEAKS AND CHINSTRAPS, FOR HEADGEAR

Free

Chapter 66Umbrellas, sun umbrellas, walking‑sticks, seat‑sticks, whips, riding‑crops, and parts thereof

Notes. 

             1.‑  This Chapter does not cover:

                     (a)  Measure walking‑sticks or the like (9017);

                     (b)  Firearm‑sticks, sword‑sticks, loaded walking‑sticks or the like (Chapter 93); or

                     (c)  Goods of Chapter 95 (for example, toy umbrellas, toy sun umbrellas).

             2.‑  6603 does not cover parts, trimmings or accessories of textile material, or covers, tassels, thongs, umbrella cases or the like, of any material. Such goods presented with, but not fitted to, articles of 6601 or 6602.00.00 are to be classified separately and are not to be treated as forming part of those articles.

 

6601

UMBRELLAS AND SUN UMBRELLAS (INCLUDING WALKING‑STICK UMBRELLAS, GARDEN UMBRELLAS AND SIMILAR UMBRELLAS):

 

6601.10.00

‑Garden or similar umbrellas

5%

6601.9

‑Other:

 

6601.91.00

‑‑Having a telescopic shaft

Free

6601.99.00

‑‑Other

5%

 

6602.00.00

WALKING‑STICKS, SEAT‑STICKS, WHIPS, RIDING‑CROPS, AND THE LIKE

Free

 

6603

PARTS, TRIMMINGS AND ACCESSORIES OF ARTICLES OF 6601 OR 6602.00.00:

 

6603.20.00

‑Umbrella frames, including frames mounted on shafts (sticks)

Free

6603.90.00

‑Other

Free

Chapter 67Prepared feathers and down and articles made of feathers or of down; artificial flowers; articles of human hair

Notes. 

             1.‑  This Chapter does not cover:

                     (a)  Straining cloth of human hair (5911);

                     (b)  Floral motifs of lace, of embroidery or other textile fabric
(Section XI);

                     (c)  Footwear (Chapter 64);

                     (d)  Headgear or hair‑nets (Chapter 65);

                     (e)  Toys, sports requisites or carnival articles (Chapter 95); or

                      (f)  Feather dusters, powder‑puffs or hair sieves (Chapter 96).

             2.‑  6701.00.00 does not cover:

                     (a)  Articles in which feathers or down constitute only filling or padding (for example, bedding of 9404);

                     (b)  Articles of apparel or clothing accessories in which feathers or down constitute no more than mere trimming or padding; or

                     (c)  Artificial flowers or foliage or parts thereof or made up articles of 6702.

             3.‑  6702 does not cover:

                     (a)  Articles of glass (Chapter 70); or

                     (b)  Artificial flowers, foliage or fruit of pottery, stone, metal, wood or other materials, obtained in one piece by moulding, forging, carving, stamping or other process, or consisting of parts assembled otherwise than by binding, glueing, fitting into one another or similar methods.

 

6701.00.00

SKINS AND OTHER PARTS OF BIRDS WITH THEIR FEATHERS OR DOWN, FEATHERS, PARTS OF FEATHERS, DOWN AND ARTICLES THEREOF (OTHER THAN GOODS OF 0505 AND WORKED QUILLS AND SCAPES)

Free

 

6702

ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS, FOLIAGE AND FRUIT AND PARTS THEREOF; ARTICLES MADE OF ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS, FOLIAGE OR FRUIT:

 

6702.10.00

‑Of plastics

Free

6702.90.00

‑Of other materials

Free

 

6703.00.00

HUMAN HAIR, DRESSED, THINNED, BLEACHED OR OTHERWISE WORKED; WOOL OR OTHER ANIMAL HAIR OR OTHER TEXTILE MATERIALS, PREPARED FOR USE IN MAKING WIGS OR THE LIKE

Free

 

6704

WIGS, FALSE BEARDS, EYEBROWS AND EYELASHES, SWITCHES AND THE LIKE, OF HUMAN OR ANIMAL HAIR OR OF TEXTILE MATERIALS; ARTICLES OF HUMAN HAIR NOT ELSEWHERE SPECIFIED OR INCLUDED:

 

6704.1

‑Of synthetic textile materials:

 

6704.11.00

‑‑Complete wigs

Free

6704.19.00

‑‑Other

Free

6704.20.00

‑Of human hair

Free

6704.90.00

‑Of other materials

Free

Section XIIIArticles of stone, plaster, cement, asbestos, mica or similar materials; ceramic products; glass and glassware

Chapter 68Articles of stone, plaster, cement, asbestos, mica or similar materials

Notes. 

             1.‑  This Chapter does not cover:

                     (a)  Goods of Chapter 25;

                     (b)  Coated, impregnated or covered paper and paperboard of 4810 or 4811 (for example, paper and paperboard coated with mica powder or graphite, bituminised or asphalted paper and paperboard);

                     (c)  Coated, impregnated or covered textile fabric of Chapter 56 or 59 (for example, fabric coated or covered with mica powder, bituminised or asphalted fabric);

                     (d)  Articles of Chapter 71;

                     (e)  Tools or parts of tools, of Chapter 82;

                      (f)  Lithographic stones of 8442;

                     (g)  Electrical insulators (8546) or fittings of insulating material of 8547;

                     (h)  Dental burrs (9018);

                     (ij)  Articles of Chapter 91 (for example, clocks and clock cases);

                     (k)  Articles of Chapter 94 (for example, furniture, lamps and lighting fittings, prefabricated buildings);

                      (l)  Articles of Chapter 95 (for example, toys, games and sports requisites);

                    (m)  Articles of 9602, if made of materials specified in Note 2(b) to Chapter 96, or of 9606 (for example, buttons), of 9609 (for example, slate pencils), of 9610 (for example, drawing slates) or of 9620 (monopods, bipods, tripods and similar articles); or

                     (n)  Articles of Chapter 97 (for example, works of art).

             2.‑  In 6802 “worked monumental or building stone” applies not only to the varieties of stone referred to in 2515 or 2516 but also to all other natural stone (for example, quartzite, flint, dolomite and steatite) similarly worked; it does not, however, apply to slate.

 

6801.00.00

SETTS, CURBSTONES AND FLAGSTONES, OF NATURAL STONE (EXCEPT SLATE)

Free

 

6802

WORKED MONUMENTAL OR BUILDING STONE (EXCEPT SLATE) AND ARTICLES THEREOF, OTHER THAN GOODS OF 6801.00.00; MOSAIC CUBES AND THE LIKE, OF NATURAL STONE (INCLUDING SLATE), WHETHER OR NOT ON A BACKING; ARTIFICIALLY COLOURED GRANULES, CHIPPINGS AND POWDER, OF NATURAL STONE (INCLUDING SLATE):

 

6802.10.00

‑Tiles, cubes and similar articles, whether or not rectangular (including square), the largest surface area of which is capable of being enclosed in a square the side of which is less than 7 cm; artificially coloured granules, chippings and powder

Free

6802.2

‑Other monumental or building stone and articles thereof, simply cut or sawn, with a flat or even surface:

 

6802.21.00

‑‑Marble, travertine and alabaster

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

6802.23.00

‑‑Granite

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

6802.29.00

‑‑Other stone

Free

6802.9

‑Other:

 

6802.91.00

‑‑Marble, travertine and alabaster

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

6802.92.00

‑‑Other calcareous stone

Free

6802.93.00

‑‑Granite

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

6802.99.00

‑‑Other stone

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

 

6803.00.00

WORKED SLATE AND ARTICLES OF SLATE OR OF AGGLOMERATED SLATE

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

 

6804

MILLSTONES, GRINDSTONES, GRINDING WHEELS AND THE LIKE, WITHOUT FRAMEWORKS, FOR GRINDING, SHARPENING, POLISHING, TRUEING OR CUTTING, HAND SHARPENING OR POLISHING STONES, AND PARTS THEREOF, OF NATURAL STONE, OF AGGLOMERATED NATURAL OR ARTIFICIAL ABRASIVES, OR OF CERAMICS, WITH OR WITHOUT PARTS OF OTHER MATERIALS:

 

6804.10.00

‑Millstones and grindstones for milling, grinding or pulping

Free

6804.2

‑Other millstones, grindstones, grinding wheels and the like:

 

6804.21.00

‑‑Of agglomerated synthetic or natural diamond

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

6804.22.00

‑‑Of other agglomerated abrasives or of ceramics

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

6804.23.00

‑‑Of natural stone

Free

6804.30.00

‑Hand sharpening or polishing stones

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

 

6805

NATURAL OR ARTIFICIAL ABRASIVE POWDER OR GRAIN, ON A BASE OF TEXTILE MATERIAL, OF PAPER, OF PAPERBOARD OR OF OTHER MATERIALS, WHETHER OR NOT CUT TO SHAPE OR SEWN OR OTHERWISE MADE UP:

 

6805.10.00

‑On a base of woven textile fabric only

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

6805.20.00

‑On a base of paper or paperboard only

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

6805.30.00

‑On a base of other materials

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

 

6806

SLAG WOOL, ROCK WOOL AND SIMILAR MINERAL WOOLS; EXFOLIATED VERMICULITE, EXPANDED CLAYS, FOAMED SLAG AND SIMILAR EXPANDED MINERAL MATERIALS; MIXTURES AND ARTICLES OF HEAT‑INSULATING, SOUND‑INSULATING OR SOUND‑ABSORBING MINERAL MATERIALS, OTHER THAN THOSE OF 6811 OR 6812 OR OF CHAPTER 69:

 

6806.10.00

‑Slag wool, rock wool and similar mineral wools (including intermixtures thereof), in bulk, sheets or rolls

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

6806.20.00

‑Exfoliated vermiculite, expanded clays, foamed slag and similar expanded mineral materials (including intermixtures thereof)

Free

6806.90

‑Other:

 

6806.90.10

‑‑‑Of a kind used as components in passenger motor vehicles

5%

6806.90.90

‑‑‑Other

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

 

6807

ARTICLES OF ASPHALT OR OF SIMILAR MATERIAL (FOR EXAMPLE, PETROLEUM BITUMEN OR COAL TAR PITCH):

 

6807.10.00

‑In rolls

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

6807.90.00

‑Other

Free

 

6808.00.00

PANELS, BOARDS, TILES, BLOCKS AND SIMILAR ARTICLES OF VEGETABLE FIBRE, OF STRAW OR OF SHAVINGS, CHIPS, PARTICLES, SAWDUST OR OTHER WASTE, OF WOOD, AGGLOMERATED WITH CEMENT, PLASTER OR OTHER MINERAL BINDERS

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

 

6809

ARTICLES OF PLASTER OR OF COMPOSITIONS BASED ON PLASTER:

 

6809.1

‑Boards, sheets, panels, tiles and similar articles, not ornamented:

 

6809.11.00

‑‑Faced or reinforced with paper or paperboard only

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

6809.19.00

‑‑Other

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

6809.90.00

‑Other articles

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

 

6810

ARTICLES OF CEMENT, OF CONCRETE OR OF ARTIFICIAL STONE, WHETHER OR NOT REINFORCED:

 

6810.1

‑Tiles, flagstones, bricks and similar articles:

 

6810.11.00

‑‑Building blocks and bricks

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

6810.19.00

‑‑Other

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

6810.9

‑Other articles:

 

6810.91.00

‑‑Prefabricated structural components for building or civil engineering

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

6810.99.00

‑‑Other

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

 

6811

ARTICLES OF ASBESTOS‑CEMENT, OF CELLULOSE FIBRE‑CEMENT OR THE LIKE:

 

6811.40.00

‑Containing asbestos

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

6811.8

‑Not containing asbestos:

 

6811.81.00

‑‑Corrugated sheets

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

6811.82.00

‑‑Other sheets, panels, tiles and similar articles

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

6811.89.00

‑‑Other articles

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

 

6812

FABRICATED ASBESTOS FIBRES; MIXTURES WITH A BASIS OF ASBESTOS OR WITH A BASIS OF ASBESTOS AND MAGNESIUM CARBONATE; ARTICLES OF SUCH MIXTURES OR OF ASBESTOS (FOR EXAMPLE, THREAD, WOVEN FABRIC, CLOTHING, HEADGEAR, FOOTWEAR, GASKETS), WHETHER OR NOT REINFORCED, OTHER THAN GOODS OF 6811 OR 6813:

 

6812.80

‑Of crocidolite:

 

6812.80.10

‑‑‑Goods, as follows:

       (a)      clothing, clothing accessories, footwear and headgear;

       (b)      compressed fibre jointing, in sheets or rolls;

        (c)      cords and string, whether or not plaited;

       (d)      fabricated crocidolite fibres; mixtures with a basis of crocidolite or with a basis of crocidolite and magnesium carbonate;

        (e)      paper, millboard and felt;

        (f)      woven or knitted fabric;

        (g)      yarn and thread

Free

6812.80.20

‑‑‑Of a kind used as components in passenger motor vehicles

5%

6812.80.90

‑‑‑Other

Free

6812.9

‑Other:

 

6812.91.00

‑‑Clothing, clothing accessories, footwear and headgear

Free

6812.92.00

‑‑Paper, millboard and felt

Free

6812.93.00

‑‑Compressed asbestos fibre jointing, in sheets or rolls

Free

6812.99

‑‑Other:

 

6812.99.10

‑‑‑Goods, as follows:

       (a)      fabricated asbestos fibres; mixtures with a basis of asbestos or with a basis of asbestos and magnesium carbonate;

       (b)      yarn and thread;

        (c)      cords and string, whether or not plaited;

       (d)      woven or knitted fabric

Free

6812.99.20

‑‑‑Of a kind used as components in passenger motor vehicles

5%

6812.99.90

‑‑‑Other

Free

 

6813

FRICTION MATERIAL AND ARTICLES THEREOF (FOR EXAMPLE, SHEETS, ROLLS, STRIPS, SEGMENTS, DISCS, WASHERS, PADS), NOT MOUNTED, FOR BRAKES, FOR CLUTCHES OR THE LIKE, WITH A BASIS OF ASBESTOS, OF OTHER MINERAL SUBSTANCES OR OF CELLULOSE, WHETHER OR NOT COMBINED WITH TEXTILE OR OTHER MATERIALS:

 

6813.20

‑Containing asbestos:

 

6813.20.10

‑‑‑Of a kind used as components in passenger motor vehicles

5%
CA:Free

6813.20.90

‑‑‑Other

5%
CA:Free

6813.8

‑Not containing asbestos:

 

6813.81

‑‑Brake linings and pads:

 

6813.81.10

‑‑‑Of a kind used as components in passenger motor vehicles

5%
CA:Free

6813.81.90

‑‑‑Other

5%
CA:Free

6813.89

‑‑Other:

 

6813.89.10

‑‑‑Of a kind used as components in passenger motor vehicles

5%
CA:Free

6813.89.90

‑‑‑Other

5%
CA:Free

 

6814

WORKED MICA AND ARTICLES OF MICA, INCLUDING AGGLOMERATED OR RECONSTITUTED MICA, WHETHER OR NOT ON A SUPPORT OF PAPER, PAPERBOARD OR OTHER MATERIALS:

 

6814.10.00

‑Plates, sheets and strips of agglomerated or reconstituted mica, whether or not on a support

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

6814.90.00

‑Other

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

 

6815

ARTICLES OF STONE OR OF OTHER MINERAL SUBSTANCES (INCLUDING CARBON FIBRES, ARTICLES OF CARBON FIBRES AND ARTICLES OF PEAT), NOT ELSEWHERE SPECIFIED OR INCLUDED:

 

6815.10.00

‑Non‑electrical articles of graphite or other carbon

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

6815.20.00

‑Articles of peat

Free

6815.9

‑Other articles:

 

6815.91.00

‑‑Containing magnesite, dolomite or chromite

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

6815.99.00

‑‑Other

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

Chapter 69Ceramic products

Notes. 

             1.‑  This Chapter applies only to ceramic products which have been fired after shaping. 6904 to 6914 apply only to such products other than those classifiable in 6901.00.00 to 6903.

             2.‑  This Chapter does not cover:

                     (a)  Products of 2844;

                     (b)  Articles of 6804;

                     (c)  Articles of Chapter 71 (for example, imitation jewellery);

                     (d)  Cermets of 8113.00.00;

                     (e)  Articles of Chapter 82;

                      (f)  Electrical insulators (8546) or fittings of insulating material of 8547;

                     (g)  Artificial teeth (9021);

                     (h)  Articles of Chapter 91 (for example, clocks and clock cases);

                     (ij)  Articles of Chapter 94 (for example, furniture, lamps and lighting fittings, prefabricated buildings);

                     (k)  Articles of Chapter 95 (for example, toys, games and sports requisites);

                      (l)  Articles of 9606 (for example, buttons) or of 9614 (for example, smoking pipes); or

                    (m)  Articles of Chapter 97 (for example, works of art).

Sub‑Chapter IGoods of siliceous fossil meals or of similar siliceous earths, and refractory goods

 

6901.00.00

BRICKS, BLOCKS, TILES AND OTHER CERAMIC GOODS OF SILICEOUS FOSSIL MEALS (FOR EXAMPLE, KIESELGUHR, TRIPOLITE OR DIATOMITE) OR OF SIMILAR SILICEOUS EARTHS

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

 

6902

REFRACTORY BRICKS, BLOCKS, TILES AND SIMILAR REFRACTORY CERAMIC CONSTRUCTIONAL GOODS, OTHER THAN THOSE OF SILICEOUS FOSSIL MEALS OR SIMILAR SILICEOUS EARTHS:

 

6902.10.00

‑Containing by weight, singly or together, more than 50% of the elements Mg, Ca or Cr, expressed as MgO, CaO or Cr2O3

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

6902.20.00

‑Containing by weight more than 50% of alumina (Al2O3), of silica (SiO2) or of a mixture or compound of these products

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

6902.90.00

‑Other

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

 

6903

OTHER REFRACTORY CERAMIC GOODS (FOR EXAMPLE, RETORTS, CRUCIBLES, MUFFLES, NOZZLES, PLUGS, SUPPORTS, CUPELS, TUBES, PIPES, SHEATHS AND RODS), OTHER THAN THOSE OF SILICEOUS FOSSIL MEALS OR OF SIMILAR SILICEOUS EARTHS:

 

6903.10.00

‑Containing by weight more than 50% of graphite or other carbon or of a mixture of these products

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

6903.20.00

‑Containing by weight more than 50% of alumina (Al2O3) or of a mixture or compound of alumina and of silica (SiO2)

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

6903.90.00

‑Other

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

Sub‑Chapter IIOther ceramic products

 

6904

CERAMIC BUILDING BRICKS, FLOORING BLOCKS, SUPPORT OR FILLER TILES AND THE LIKE:

 

6904.10.00

‑Building bricks

Free

6904.90.00

‑Other

Free

 

6905

ROOFING TILES, CHIMNEY‑POTS, COWLS, CHIMNEY LINERS, ARCHITECTURAL ORNAMENTS AND OTHER CERAMIC CONSTRUCTIONAL GOODS:

 

6905.10.00

‑Roofing tiles

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

6905.90.00

‑Other

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

 

6906.00.00

CERAMIC PIPES, CONDUITS, GUTTERING AND PIPE FITTINGS

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

 

6907

CERAMIC FLAGS AND PAVING, HEARTH OR WALL TILES; CERAMIC MOSAIC CUBES AND THE LIKE, WHETHER OR NOT ON A BACKING; FINISHING CERAMICS:

 

6907.2

‑Flags and paving, hearth or wall tiles, other than those of 6907.30 and 6907.40:

 

6907.21

‑‑Of a water absorption coefficient by weight not exceeding 0.5%:

 

6907.21.10

‑‑‑Tiles, cubes and similar articles, whether or not rectangular, the largest surface area of which is capable of being enclosed in a square the side of which is less than 7 cm

Free

6907.21.90

‑‑‑Other

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

6907.22

‑‑Of a water absorption coefficient by weight exceeding 0.5% but not exceeding 10%:

 

6907.22.10

‑‑‑Tiles, cubes and similar articles, whether or not rectangular, the largest surface area of which is capable of being enclosed in a square the side of which is less than 7 cm

Free

6907.22.90

‑‑‑Other

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

6907.23

‑‑Of a water absorption coefficient by weight exceeding 10%:

 

6907.23.10

‑‑‑Tiles, cubes and similar articles, whether or not rectangular, the largest surface area of which is capable of being enclosed in a square the side of which is less than 7 cm

Free

6907.23.90

‑‑‑Other

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

6907.30

‑Mosaic cubes and the like, other than those of 6907.40:

 

6907.30.10

‑‑‑Tiles, cubes and similar articles, whether or not rectangular, the largest surface area of which is capable of being enclosed in a square the side of which is less than 7 cm

Free

6907.30.90

‑‑‑Other

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

6907.40

‑Finishing ceramics:

 

6907.40.10

‑‑‑Tiles, cubes and similar articles, whether or not rectangular, the largest surface area of which is capable of being enclosed in a square the side of which is less than 7 cm

Free

6907.40.90

‑‑‑Other

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

 

6909

CERAMIC WARES FOR LABORATORY, CHEMICAL OR OTHER TECHNICAL USES; CERAMIC TROUGHS, TUBS AND SIMILAR RECEPTACLES OF A KIND USED IN AGRICULTURE; CERAMIC POTS, JARS AND SIMILAR ARTICLES OF A KIND USED FOR THE CONVEYANCE OR PACKING OF GOODS:

 

6909.1

‑Ceramic wares for laboratory, chemical or other technical uses:

 

6909.11.00

‑‑Of porcelain or china

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

6909.12.00

‑‑Articles having a hardness equivalent to 9 or more on the Mohs scale

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

6909.19.00

‑‑Other

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

6909.90.00

‑Other

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

 

6910

CERAMIC SINKS, WASH BASINS, WASH BASIN PEDESTALS, BATHS, BIDETS, WATER CLOSET PANS, FLUSHING CISTERNS, URINALS AND SIMILAR SANITARY FIXTURES:

 

6910.10.00

‑Of porcelain or china

5%

6910.90.00

‑Other

5%

 

6911

TABLEWARE, KITCHENWARE, OTHER HOUSEHOLD ARTICLES AND TOILET ARTICLES, OF PORCELAIN OR CHINA:

 

6911.10.00

‑Tableware and kitchenware

5%

6911.90.00

‑Other

5%

 

6912.00.00

CERAMIC TABLEWARE, KITCHENWARE, OTHER HOUSEHOLD ARTICLES AND TOILET ARTICLES, OTHER THAN OF PORCELAIN OR CHINA

5%

 

6913

STATUETTES AND OTHER ORNAMENTAL CERAMIC ARTICLES:

 

6913.10.00

‑Of porcelain or china

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

6913.90.00

‑Other

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

 

6914

OTHER CERAMIC ARTICLES:

 

6914.10.00

‑Of porcelain or china

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

6914.90.00

‑Other

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

Chapter 70Glass and glassware

Notes. 

             1.‑  This Chapter does not cover:

                     (a)  Goods of 3207 (for example, vitrifiable enamels and glazes, glass frit, other glass in the form of powder, granules or flakes);

                     (b)  Articles of Chapter 71 (for example, imitation jewellery);

                     (c)  Optical fibre cables of 8544, electrical insulators (8546) or fittings of insulating material of 8547;

                     (d)  Optical fibres, optically worked optical elements, hypodermic syringes, artificial eyes, thermometers, barometers, hydrometers or other articles of Chapter 90;

                     (e)  Lamps or lighting fittings, illuminated signs, illuminated name‑plates or the like, having a permanently fixed light source, or parts thereof of 9405;

                      (f)  Toys, games, sports requisites, Christmas tree ornaments or other articles of Chapter 95 (excluding glass eyes without mechanisms for dolls or for other articles of Chapter 95); or

                     (g)  Buttons, fitted vacuum flasks, scent or similar sprays or other articles of Chapter 96.

             2.‑  For the purposes of 7003, 7004 and 7005:

                     (a)  glass is not regarded as “worked” by reason of any process it has undergone before annealing;

                     (b)  cutting to shape does not affect the classification of glass in sheets;

                     (c)  “absorbent, reflecting or non‑reflecting layer” means a microscopically thin coating of metal or of a chemical compound (for example, metal oxide) which absorbs, for example, infra‑red light or improves the reflecting qualities of the glass while still allowing it to retain a degree of transparency or translucency; or which prevents light from being reflected on the surface of the glass.

             3.‑  The products referred to in 7006.00.00 remain classified in that heading whether or not they have the character of articles.

             4.‑  For the purposes of 7019, “glass wool” means:

                     (a)  Mineral wools with a silica (SiO2) content not less than 60% by weight;

                     (b)  Mineral wools with a silica (SiO2) content less than 60% but with an alkaline oxide (K2O or Na2O) content exceeding 5% by weight or a boric oxide (B2O3) content exceeding 2% by weight.

Mineral wools which do not comply with the above specifications fall in 6806.

             5.‑  Throughout this Schedule, “glass” includes fused quartz and other fused silica.

Subheading Note. 

             1.‑  For the purposes of 7013.22.00, 7013.33.00, 7013.41.00 and 7013.91.00, “lead crystal” means only glass having a minimum lead monoxide (PbO) content by weight of 24%.

 

7001.00.00

CULLET AND OTHER WASTE AND SCRAP OF GLASS; GLASS IN THE MASS

Free

 

7002

GLASS IN BALLS (OTHER THAN MICROSPHERES OF 7018), RODS OR TUBES, UNWORKED:

 

7002.10.00

‑Balls

Free

7002.20.00

‑Rods

Free

7002.3

‑Tubes:

 

7002.31.00

‑‑Of fused quartz or other fused silica

Free

7002.32.00

‑‑Of other glass having a linear coefficient of expansion not exceeding 5 x 10‑6 per Kelvin within a temperature range of 0 °C to 300 ºC

Free

7002.39.00

‑‑Other

Free

 

7003

CAST GLASS AND ROLLED GLASS, IN SHEETS OR PROFILES, WHETHER OR NOT HAVING AN ABSORBENT, REFLECTING OR NON‑REFLECTING LAYER, BUT NOT OTHERWISE WORKED:

 

7003.1

‑Non‑wired sheets:

 

7003.12.00

‑‑Coloured throughout the mass (body tinted), opacified, flashed or having an absorbent, reflecting or non‑reflecting layer

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7003.19.00

‑‑Other

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7003.20.00

‑Wired sheets

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7003.30.00

‑Profiles

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

 

7004

DRAWN GLASS AND BLOWN GLASS, IN SHEETS, WHETHER OR NOT HAVING
AN ABSORBENT, REFLECTING OR
NON‑REFLECTING LAYER, BUT NOT OTHERWISE WORKED:

 

7004.20.00

‑Glass, coloured throughout the mass (body tinted), opacified, flashed or having an absorbent, reflecting or non‑reflecting layer

Free

7004.90.00

‑Other glass

Free

 

7005

FLOAT GLASS AND SURFACE GROUND OR POLISHED GLASS, IN SHEETS, WHETHER OR NOT HAVING AN ABSORBENT, REFLECTING OR NON‑REFLECTING LAYER, BUT NOT OTHERWISE WORKED:

 

7005.10.00

‑Non‑wired glass, having an absorbent, reflecting or non‑reflecting layer

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7005.2

‑Other non‑wired glass:

 

7005.21.00

‑‑Coloured throughout the mass (body tinted), opacified, flashed or merely surface ground

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7005.29.00

‑‑Other

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7005.30.00

‑Wired glass

Free

 

7006.00.00

GLASS OF 7003, 7004 OR 7005, BENT, EDGE‑WORKED, ENGRAVED, DRILLED, ENAMELLED OR OTHERWISE WORKED, BUT NOT FRAMED OR FITTED WITH OTHER MATERIALS

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

 

7007

SAFETY GLASS, CONSISTING OF TOUGHENED (TEMPERED) OR LAMINATED GLASS:

 

7007.1

‑Toughened (tempered) safety glass:

 

7007.11

‑‑Of size and shape suitable for incorporation in vehicles, aircraft, spacecraft or vessels:

 

7007.11.1

‑‑‑For motor vehicles:

 

7007.11.11

‑‑‑‑Of a kind used as components in passenger motor vehicles

5%
CA:Free

7007.11.19

‑‑‑‑Other

5%
CA:Free

7007.11.90

‑‑‑Other

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7007.19.00

‑‑Other

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7007.2

‑Laminated safety glass:

 

7007.21

‑‑Of size and shape suitable for incorporation in vehicles, aircraft, spacecraft or vessels:

 

7007.21.1

‑‑‑For motor vehicles:

 

7007.21.11

‑‑‑‑Of a kind used as components in passenger motor vehicles

5%
CA:Free

7007.21.19

‑‑‑‑Other

5%
CA:Free

7007.21.90

‑‑‑Other

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7007.29.00

‑‑Other

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

 

7008.00.00

MULTIPLE‑WALLED INSULATING UNITS OF GLASS

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

 

7009

GLASS MIRRORS, WHETHER OR NOT FRAMED, INCLUDING REAR‑VIEW MIRRORS:

 

7009.10

‑Rear‑view mirrors for vehicles:

 

7009.10.10

‑‑‑Of a kind used on vehicles of 8702, 8703 or 8704

5%

7009.10.90

‑‑‑Other

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7009.9

‑Other:

 

7009.91.00

‑‑Unframed

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7009.92.00

‑‑Framed

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

 

7010

CARBOYS, BOTTLES, FLASKS, JARS, POTS, PHIALS, AMPOULES AND OTHER CONTAINERS, OF GLASS, OF A KIND USED FOR THE CONVEYANCE OR PACKING OF GOODS; PRESERVING JARS OF GLASS; STOPPERS, LIDS AND OTHER CLOSURES, OF GLASS:

 

7010.10.00

‑Ampoules

5%

7010.20.00

‑Stoppers, lids and other closures

Free

7010.9

‑Other:

 

7010.90.10

‑‑‑Phials, not exceeding 0.15 L

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7010.90.90

‑‑‑Other

Free

 

7011

GLASS ENVELOPES (INCLUDING BULBS AND TUBES), OPEN, AND GLASS PARTS THEREOF, WITHOUT FITTINGS, FOR ELECTRIC LAMPS, CATHODE‑RAY TUBES OR THE LIKE:

 

7011.10.00

‑For electric lighting

Free

7011.20.00

‑For cathode‑ray tubes

Free

7011.90.00

‑Other

Free

 

7013

GLASSWARE OF A KIND USED FOR TABLE, KITCHEN, TOILET, OFFICE, INDOOR DECORATION OR SIMILAR PURPOSES (OTHER THAN THAT OF 7010 OR 7018):

 

7013.10.00

‑Of glass‑ceramics

Free

7013.2

‑Stemware drinking glasses, other than of glass‑ceramics:

 

7013.22.00

‑‑Of lead crystal

Free

7013.28.00

‑‑Other

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7013.3

‑Other drinking glasses, other than of glass‑ceramics:

 

7013.33.00

‑‑Of lead crystal

Free

7013.37.00

‑‑Other

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7013.4

‑Glassware of a kind used for table (other than drinking glasses) or kitchen purposes, other than of glass‑ceramics:

 

7013.41.00

‑‑Of lead crystal

Free

7013.42.00

‑‑Of glass having a linear coefficient of expansion not exceeding 5 x 106 per Kelvin within a temperature range of 0 ºC to 300 ºC

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7013.49.00

‑‑Other

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7013.9

‑Other glassware:

 

7013.91.00

‑‑Of lead crystal

Free

7013.99

‑‑Other:

 

7013.99.10

‑‑‑Goods, as follows:

       (a)      figures of a kind commonly used as ornaments in the household;

       (b)      statuary figures

Free

7013.99.90

‑‑‑Other

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

 

7014

SIGNALLING GLASSWARE AND OPTICAL ELEMENTS OF GLASS (OTHER THAN THOSE OF 7015), NOT OPTICALLY WORKED:

 

7014.00.20

‑‑‑Reflectors and refractors for lighting purposes of a kind used with:

       (a)      vehicles of 8701.20.00, 8702, 8703, 8704 or 8705;

       (b)      trailers for articulated vehicles of 8716

5%

7014.00.90

‑‑‑Other

Free

 

7015

CLOCK OR WATCH GLASSES AND SIMILAR GLASSES, GLASSES FOR NON‑CORRECTIVE OR CORRECTIVE SPECTACLES, CURVED, BENT, HOLLOWED OR THE LIKE, NOT OPTICALLY WORKED; HOLLOW GLASS SPHERES AND THEIR SEGMENTS, FOR THE MANUFACTURE OF SUCH GLASSES:

 

7015.10.00

‑Glasses for corrective spectacles

Free

7015.90.00

‑Other

Free

 

7016

PAVING BLOCKS, SLABS, BRICKS, SQUARES, TILES AND OTHER ARTICLES OF PRESSED OR MOULDED GLASS, WHETHER OR NOT WIRED, OF A KIND USED FOR BUILDING OR CONSTRUCTION PURPOSES; GLASS CUBES AND OTHER GLASS SMALLWARES, WHETHER OR NOT ON A BACKING, FOR MOSAICS OR SIMILAR DECORATIVE PURPOSES; LEADED LIGHTS AND THE LIKE; MULTICELLULAR OR FOAM GLASS IN BLOCKS, PANELS, PLATES, SHELLS OR SIMILAR FORMS:

 

7016.10.00

‑Glass cubes and other glass smallwares, whether or not on a backing, for mosaics or similar decorative purposes

Free

7016.90.00

‑Other

Free

 

7017

LABORATORY, HYGIENIC OR PHARMACEUTICAL GLASSWARE, WHETHER OR NOT GRADUATED OR CALIBRATED:

 

7017.10.00

‑Of fused quartz or other fused silica

Free

7017.20.00

‑Of other glass having a linear coefficient of expansion not exceeding 5 x 10‑6 per Kelvin within a temperature range of 0 °C to 300 °C

5%

7017.90.00

‑Other

5%

 

7018

GLASS BEADS, IMITATION PEARLS, IMITATION PRECIOUS OR SEMI‑PRECIOUS STONES AND SIMILAR GLASS SMALLWARES, AND ARTICLES THEREOF OTHER THAN IMITATION JEWELLERY; GLASS EYES OTHER THAN PROSTHETIC ARTICLES; STATUETTES AND OTHER ORNAMENTS OF LAMP‑WORKED GLASS, OTHER THAN IMITATION JEWELLERY; GLASS MICROSPHERES NOT EXCEEDING 1 mm IN DIAMETER:

 

7018.10.00

‑Glass beads, imitation pearls, imitation precious or semi‑precious stones and similar glass smallwares

Free

7018.20.00

‑Glass microspheres not exceeding 1 mm in diameter

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7018.90.00

‑Other

Free

 

7019

GLASS FIBRES (INCLUDING GLASS WOOL) AND ARTICLES THEREOF (FOR EXAMPLE, YARN, WOVEN FABRICS):

 

7019.1

‑Slivers, rovings, yarn and chopped strands:

 

7019.11.00

‑‑Chopped strands, of a length of not more than 50 mm

5%

7019.12.00

‑‑Rovings

5%

7019.19.00

‑‑Other

5%

7019.3

‑Thin sheets (voiles), webs, mats, mattresses, boards and similar nonwoven products:

 

7019.31.00

‑‑Mats

5%

7019.32.00

‑‑Thin sheets (voiles)

Free

7019.39

‑‑Other:

 

7019.39.10

‑‑‑Of glass wool

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7019.39.90

‑‑‑Other

5%

7019.40.00

‑Woven fabrics of rovings

5%

7019.5

‑Other woven fabrics:

 

7019.51.00

‑‑Of a width not exceeding 30 cm

5%

7019.52.00

‑‑Of a width exceeding 30 cm, plain weave, weighing less than 250 g/m2, of filaments measuring per single yarn not more than 136 tex

5%

7019.59.00

‑‑Other

5%

7019.90

‑Other:

 

7019.90.10

‑‑‑Glass wool and articles thereof

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7019.90.90

‑‑‑Other

5%

 

7020

OTHER ARTICLES OF GLASS:

 

7020.00.10

‑‑‑Optical fibre preforms, being goods of a kind used in the manufacture of optical fibres

5%

7020.00.90

‑‑‑Other

Free

Section XIVNatural or cultured pearls, precious or semi‑precious stones, precious metals, metals clad with precious metal, and articles thereof; imitation jewellery; coin

Chapter 71Natural or cultured pearls, precious or semi‑precious stones, precious metals, metals clad with precious metal, and articles thereof; imitation jewellery; coin

Notes. 

             1.‑  Subject to Note 1(a) to Section VI and except as provided below, all articles consisting wholly or partly:

                     (a)  Of natural or cultured pearls or of precious or semi‑precious stones (natural, synthetic or reconstructed), or

                     (b)  Of precious metal or of metal clad with precious metal,

are to be classified in this Chapter.

 2.‑    (A)  7113, 7114 and 7115 do not cover articles in which precious metal or metal clad with precious metal is present as minor constituents only, such as minor fittings or minor ornamentation (for example, monograms, ferrules and rims), and paragraph (b) of the foregoing Note does not apply to such articles.

                     (B)  7116 does not cover articles containing precious metal or metal clad with precious metal (other than as minor constituents).

             3.‑  This Chapter does not cover:

                     (a)  Amalgams of precious metal, or colloidal precious metal (2843);

                     (b)  Sterile surgical suture materials, dental fillings or other goods of Chapter 30;

                     (c)  Goods of Chapter 32 (for example, lustres);

                     (d)  Supported catalysts (3815);

                     (e)  Articles of 4202 or 4203 referred to in Note 3(B) to Chapter 42;

                      (f)  Articles of 4303 or 4304;

                     (g)  Goods of Section XI (textiles and textile articles);

                     (h)  Footwear, headgear or other articles of Chapter 64 or 65;

                     (ij)  Umbrellas, walking‑sticks or other articles of Chapter 66;

                     (k)  Abrasive goods of 6804 or 6805 or Chapter 82, containing dust or powder of precious or semi‑precious stones (natural or synthetic); articles of Chapter 82 with a working part of precious or semi‑precious stones (natural, synthetic or reconstructed); machinery, mechanical appliances or electrical goods, or parts thereof, of Section XVI. However, articles and parts thereof, wholly of precious or semi‑precious stones (natural, synthetic or reconstructed) remain classified in this Chapter, except unmounted worked sapphires and diamonds for styli (8522);

                      (l)  Articles of Chapter 90, 91 or 92 (scientific instruments, clocks and watches, musical instruments);

                    (m)  Arms or parts thereof (Chapter 93);

                     (n)  Articles covered by Note 2 to Chapter 95;

                     (o)  Articles classified in Chapter 96 by virtue of Note 4 to that Chapter; or

                     (p)  Original sculptures or statuary (9703.00.00), collectors’ pieces (9705.00.00) or antiques of an age exceeding one hundred years (9706.00.00), other than natural or cultured pearls or precious or semi‑precious stones.

 4.‑    (A) “Precious metal” means silver, gold and platinum.

                     (B)  “Platinum” means platinum, iridium, osmium, palladium, rhodium and ruthenium.

                     (C)  “Precious or semi‑precious stones” does not include any of the substances specified in Note 2(b) to Chapter 96.

             5.‑  For the purposes of this Chapter, any alloy (including a sintered mixture and an inter‑metallic compound) containing precious metal is to be treated as an alloy of precious metal if any one precious metal constitutes as much as 2%, by weight, of the alloy. Alloys of precious metal are to be classified according to the following:

                     (a)  An alloy containing 2% or more, by weight, of platinum is to be treated as an alloy of platinum;

                     (b)  An alloy containing 2% or more, by weight, of gold but no platinum, or less than 2%, by weight, of platinum, is to be treated as an alloy of gold;

                     (c)  Other alloys containing 2% or more, by weight, of silver are to be treated as alloys of silver.

             6.‑  Except where the context otherwise requires, any reference in this Schedule to precious metal or to any particular precious metal includes a reference to alloys treated as alloys of precious metal or of the particular metal in accordance with Note 5 above, but not to metal clad with precious metal or to base metal or non‑metals plated with precious metal.

             7.‑  Throughout this Schedule “metal clad with precious metal” means material made with a base of metal upon one or more surfaces of which there is affixed by soldering, brazing, welding, hot‑rolling or similar mechanical means a covering of precious metal. Except where the context otherwise requires, “metal clad with precious metal” also covers base metal inlaid with precious metal.

             8.‑  Subject to Note 1(a) to Section VI, goods answering to a description in 7112 are to be classified in that heading and in no other heading of this Schedule.

             9.‑  For the purposes of 7113, “articles of jewellery” means:

                     (a)  Any small objects of personal adornment (for example, rings, bracelets, necklaces, brooches, ear‑rings, watch‑chains, fobs, pendants, tie‑pins, cuff‑links, dress‑studs, religious or other medals and insignia); and

                     (b)  Articles of personal use of a kind normally carried in the pocket, in the handbag or on the person (for example, cigar or cigarette cases, snuff boxes, cachou or pill boxes, powder boxes, chain purses or prayer beads).

These articles may be combined or set, for example, with natural or cultured pearls, precious or semi‑precious stones, synthetic or reconstructed precious or semi‑precious stones, tortoise shell, mother‑of‑pearl, ivory, natural or reconstituted amber, jet or coral.

           10.‑  For the purposes of 7114, “articles of goldsmiths’ or silversmiths’ wares” includes such articles as ornaments, tableware, toilet‑ware, smokers’ requisites and other articles of household, office or religious use.

           11.‑  For the purposes of 7117, “imitation jewellery” means articles of jewellery within the meaning of paragraph (a) of Note 9 above (but not including buttons or other articles of 9606, or dress‑combs, hair‑slides or the like, or hairpins, of 9615), not incorporating natural or cultured pearls, precious or semi‑precious stones (natural, synthetic or reconstructed) nor (except as plating or as minor constituents) precious metal or metal clad with precious metal.

Subheading Notes. 

             1.‑  For the purposes of 7106.10.00, 7108.11.00, 7110.11.00, 7110.21.00, 7110.31.00 and 7110.41.00, “powder” and “in powder form” mean products of which 90% or more by weight passes through a sieve having a mesh aperture of 0.5 mm.

             2.‑  Notwithstanding the provisions of Chapter Note 4(B), for the purposes of 7110.11.00 and 7110.19.00, “platinum” does not include iridium, osmium, palladium, rhodium or ruthenium.

             3.‑  For the classification of alloys in the subheadings of 7110, each alloy is to be classified with that metal, platinum, palladium, rhodium, iridium, osmium or ruthenium which predominates by weight over each other of these metals.

Sub‑Chapter INatural or cultured pearls and precious or semi‑precious stones

 

7101

PEARLS, NATURAL OR CULTURED, WHETHER OR NOT WORKED OR GRADED BUT NOT STRUNG, MOUNTED OR SET; PEARLS, NATURAL OR CULTURED, TEMPORARILY STRUNG FOR CONVENIENCE OF TRANSPORT:

 

7101.10.00

‑Natural pearls

Free

7101.2

‑Cultured pearls:

 

7101.21.00

‑‑Unworked

Free

7101.22.00

‑‑Worked

Free

 

7102

DIAMONDS, WHETHER OR NOT WORKED, BUT NOT MOUNTED OR SET:

 

7102.10.00

‑Unsorted

Free

7102.2

‑Industrial:

 

7102.21.00

‑‑Unworked or simply sawn, cleaved or bruted

Free

7102.29.00

‑‑Other

Free

7102.3

‑Non‑industrial:

 

7102.31.00

‑‑Unworked or simply sawn, cleaved or bruted

Free

7102.39.00

‑‑Other

Free

 

7103

PRECIOUS STONES (OTHER THAN DIAMONDS) AND SEMI‑PRECIOUS STONES, WHETHER OR NOT WORKED OR GRADED BUT NOT STRUNG, MOUNTED OR SET; UNGRADED PRECIOUS STONES (OTHER THAN DIAMONDS) AND SEMI‑PRECIOUS STONES, TEMPORARILY STRUNG FOR CONVENIENCE OF TRANSPORT:

 

7103.10.00

‑Unworked or simply sawn or roughly shaped

Free

7103.9

‑Otherwise worked:

 

7103.91.00

‑‑Rubies, sapphires and emeralds

Free

7103.99.00

‑‑Other

Free

 

7104

SYNTHETIC OR RECONSTRUCTED PRECIOUS OR SEMI‑PRECIOUS STONES, WHETHER OR NOT WORKED OR GRADED BUT NOT STRUNG, MOUNTED OR SET; UNGRADED SYNTHETIC OR RECONSTRUCTED PRECIOUS OR SEMI‑PRECIOUS STONES, TEMPORARILY STRUNG FOR CONVENIENCE OF TRANSPORT:

 

7104.10.00

‑Piezo‑electric quartz

Free

7104.20.00

‑Other, unworked or simply sawn or roughly shaped

Free

7104.90.00

‑Other

Free

 

7105

DUST AND POWDER OF NATURAL OR SYNTHETIC PRECIOUS OR SEMI‑PRECIOUS STONES:

 

7105.10.00

‑Of diamonds

Free

7105.90.00

‑Other

Free

Sub‑Chapter IIPrecious metals and metals clad with precious metal

 

7106

SILVER (INCLUDING SILVER PLATED WITH GOLD OR PLATINUM), UNWROUGHT OR IN SEMI‑MANUFACTURED FORMS, OR IN POWDER FORM:

 

7106.10.00

‑Powder

Free

7106.9

‑Other:

 

7106.91.00

‑‑Unwrought

Free

7106.92.00

‑‑Semi‑manufactured

Free

 

7107.00.00

BASE METALS CLAD WITH SILVER, NOT FURTHER WORKED THAN SEMI MANUFACTURED

Free

 

7108

GOLD (INCLUDING GOLD PLATED WITH PLATINUM) UNWROUGHT OR IN SEMI‑MANUFACTURED FORMS, OR IN POWDER FORM:

 

7108.1

‑Non‑monetary:

 

7108.11.00

‑‑Powder

Free

7108.12.00

‑‑Other unwrought forms

Free

7108.13.00

‑‑Other semi‑manufactured forms

Free

7108.20.00

‑Monetary

Free

 

7109.00.00

BASE METALS OR SILVER, CLAD WITH GOLD, NOT FURTHER WORKED THAN SEMI‑MANUFACTURED

Free

 

7110

PLATINUM, UNWROUGHT OR IN SEMI‑MANUFACTURED FORMS, OR IN POWDER FORM:

 

7110.1

‑Platinum:

 

7110.11.00

‑‑Unwrought or in powder form

Free

7110.19.00

‑‑Other

Free

7110.2

‑Palladium:

 

7110.21.00

‑‑Unwrought or in powder form

Free

7110.29.00

‑‑Other

Free

7110.3

‑Rhodium:

 

7110.31.00

‑‑Unwrought or in powder form

Free

7110.39.00

‑‑Other

Free

7110.4

‑Iridium, osmium and ruthenium:

 

7110.41.00

‑‑Unwrought or in powder form

Free

7110.49.00

‑‑Other

Free

 

7111.00.00

BASE METALS, SILVER OR GOLD, CLAD WITH PLATINUM, NOT FURTHER WORKED THAN SEMI‑MANUFACTURED

Free

 

7112

WASTE AND SCRAP OF PRECIOUS METAL OR OF METAL CLAD WITH PRECIOUS METAL; OTHER WASTE AND SCRAP CONTAINING PRECIOUS METAL OR PRECIOUS METAL COMPOUNDS, OF A KIND USED PRINCIPALLY FOR THE RECOVERY OF PRECIOUS METAL:

 

7112.30.00

‑Ash containing precious metal or precious metal compounds

Free

7112.9

‑Other:

 

7112.91.00

‑‑Of gold, including metal clad with gold but excluding sweepings containing other precious metals

Free

7112.92.00

‑‑Of platinum, including metal clad with platinum but excluding sweepings containing other precious metals

Free

7112.99.00

‑‑Other

Free

Sub‑Chapter IIIJewellery, goldsmiths’ and silversmiths’ wares and other articles

 

7113

ARTICLES OF JEWELLERY AND PARTS THEREOF, OF PRECIOUS METAL OR OF METAL CLAD WITH PRECIOUS METAL:

 

7113.1

‑Of precious metal whether or not plated or clad with precious metal:

 

7113.11.00

‑‑Of silver, whether or not plated or clad with other precious metal

5%
CA:Free

7113.19.00

‑‑Of other precious metal, whether or not plated or clad with precious metal

5%
CA:Free

7113.20.00

‑Of base metal clad with precious metal

5%
CA:Free

 

7114

ARTICLES OF GOLDSMITHS’ OR SILVERSMITHS’ WARES AND PARTS THEREOF, OF PRECIOUS METAL OR OF METAL CLAD WITH PRECIOUS METAL:

 

7114.1

‑Of precious metal whether or not plated or clad with precious metal:

 

7114.11.00

‑‑Of silver, whether or not plated or clad with other precious metal

5%

7114.19.00

‑‑Of other precious metal, whether or not plated or clad with precious metal

5%

7114.20.00

‑Of base metal clad with precious metal

5%

 

7115

OTHER ARTICLES OF PRECIOUS METAL OR OF METAL CLAD WITH PRECIOUS METAL:

 

7115.10.00

‑Catalysts in the form of wire cloth or grill, of platinum

Free

7115.90.00

‑Other

Free

 

7116

ARTICLES OF NATURAL OR CULTURED PEARLS, PRECIOUS OR SEMI‑PRECIOUS STONES (NATURAL, SYNTHETIC OR RECONSTRUCTED):

 

7116.10.00

‑Of natural or cultured pearls

5%

7116.20.00

‑Of precious or semi‑precious stones (natural, synthetic or reconstructed)

5%

 

7117

IMITATION JEWELLERY:

 

7117.1

‑Of base metal, whether or not plated with precious metal:

 

7117.11.00

‑‑Cuff‑links and studs

5%

7117.19.00

‑‑Other

5%

7117.90.00

‑Other

5%

 

7118

COIN:

 

7118.10.00

‑Coin (other than gold coin), not being legal tender

Free

7118.90.00

‑Other

Free

Section XVBase metals and articles of base metal

  

Notes. 

             1.‑  This Section does not cover:

                     (a)  Prepared paints, inks or other products with a basis of metallic flakes or powder (3207 to 3210.00.00, 3212, 3213 or 3215);

                     (b)  Ferro‑cerium or other pyrophoric alloys (3606);

                     (c)  Headgear or parts thereof of 6506 or 6507.00.00;

                     (d)  Umbrella frames or other articles of 6603;

                     (e)  Goods of Chapter 71 (for example, precious metal alloys, base metal clad with precious metal, imitation jewellery);

                      (f)  Articles of Section XVI (machinery, mechanical appliances and electrical goods);

                     (g)  Assembled railway or tramway track (8608.00.00) or other articles of Section XVII (vehicles, ships and boats, aircraft);

                     (h)  Instruments or apparatus of Section XVIII, including clock or watch springs;

                     (ij)  Lead shot prepared for ammunition (9306) or other articles of Section XIX (arms and ammunition);

                     (k)  Articles of Chapter 94 (for example, furniture, mattress supports, lamps and lighting fittings, illuminated signs, prefabricated buildings);

                      (l)  Articles of Chapter 95 (for example, toys, games, sports requisites);

                    (m)  Hand sieves, buttons, pens, pencil‑holders, pen nibs, monopods, bipods, tripods and similar articles or other articles of Chapter 96 (miscellaneous manufactured articles); or

                     (n)  Articles of Chapter 97 (for example, works of art).

             2.‑  Throughout this Schedule, “parts of general use” means:

                     (a)  Articles of 7307, 7312, 7315, 7317 or 7318 and similar articles of other base metal;

                     (b)  Springs and leaves for springs, of base metal, other than clock or watch springs (9114); and

                     (c)  Articles of 8301, 8302, 8308, 8310.00.00 and frames and mirrors, of base metal, of 8306.

In Chapters 73 to 76 and 78 to 82 (but not in 7315) references to parts of goods do not include references to parts of general use as defined above.

Subject to the preceding paragraph and to Note 1 to Chapter 83, the articles of Chapter 82 or 83 are excluded from Chapters 72 to 76 and 78 to 81.

             3.‑  Throughout this Schedule, “base metals” means: iron and steel, copper, nickel, aluminium, lead, zinc, tin, tungsten (wolfram), molybdenum, tantalum, magnesium, cobalt, bismuth, cadmium, titanium, zirconium, antimony, manganese, beryllium, chromium, germanium, vanadium, gallium, hafnium, indium, niobium (columbium), rhenium and thallium.

             4.‑  Throughout this Schedule, “cermets” means products containing a microscopic heterogeneous combination of a metallic component and a ceramic component. “Cermets” includes sintered metal carbides (metal carbides sintered with a metal).

             5.‑  Classification of alloys (other than ferro‑alloys and master alloys as defined in Chapters 72 and 74):

                     (a)  An alloy of base metals is to be classified as an alloy of the metal which predominates by weight over each of the other metals;

                     (b)  An alloy composed of base metals of this Section and of elements not falling within this Section is to be treated as an alloy of base metals of this Section if the total weight of such metals equals or exceeds the total weight of the other elements present;

                     (c)  In this Section “alloys” includes sintered mixtures of metal powders, heterogeneous intimate mixtures obtained by melting (other than cermets) and intermetallic compounds.

             6.‑  Unless the context otherwise requires, any reference in this Schedule to a base metal includes a reference to alloys which, by virtue of Note 5 above, are to be classified as alloys of that metal.

             7.‑  Classification of composite articles:

Except where the headings otherwise require, articles of base metal (including articles of mixed materials treated as articles of base metal under the Interpretation Rules) containing two or more base metals are to be treated as articles of the base metal predominating by weight over each of the other metals. For this purpose:

                     (a)  Iron and steel, or different kinds of iron or steel, are regarded as one and the same metal;

                     (b)  An alloy is regarded as being entirely composed of that metal as an alloy of which, by virtue of Note 5, it is classified; and

                     (c)  A cermet of 8113.00.00 is regarded as a single base metal.

             8.‑  In this Section, the following have the meanings hereby assigned to them:

                     (a)  Waste and scrap

                            Metal waste and scrap from the manufacture or mechanical working of metals, and metal goods definitely not usable as such because of breakage, cutting‑up, wear or other reasons.

                     (b)  Powders

                            Products of which 90% or more by weight passes through a sieve having a mesh aperture of 1 mm.

Chapter 72Iron and steel

Notes. 

             1.‑  In this Chapter and, in the case of Notes (d), (e) and (f) throughout this Schedule, the following have the meanings hereby assigned to them:

                     (a)  Pig iron

                            Iron‑carbon alloys not usefully malleable, containing more than 2% by weight of carbon and which may contain by weight one or more other elements within the following limits:

  ‑ not more than 10% of chromium

  ‑ not more than 6% of manganese

  ‑ not more than 3% of phosphorus

  ‑ not more than 8% of silicon

  ‑ a total of not more than 10% of other elements.

                     (b)  Spiegeleisen

                            Iron‑carbon alloys containing by weight more than 6% but not more than 30% of manganese and otherwise conforming to the specification at (a) above.

                     (c)  Ferro‑alloys

                            Alloys in pigs, blocks, lumps or similar primary forms, in forms obtained by continuous casting and also in granular or powder forms, whether or not agglomerated, commonly used as an additive in the manufacture of other alloys or as de‑oxidants, de‑sulphurising agents or for similar uses in ferrous metallurgy and generally not usefully malleable, containing by weight 4% or more of the element iron and one or more of the following:

  ‑ more than 10% of chromium

  ‑ more than 30% of manganese

  ‑ more than 3% of phosphorus

  ‑ more than 8% of silicon

  ‑ a total of more than 10% of other elements, excluding carbon, subject to a maximum content of 10% in the case of copper.

                     (d)  Steel

                            Ferrous materials other than those of 7203 which (with the exception of certain types produced in the form of castings) are usefully malleable and which contain by weight 2% or less of carbon. However, chromium steels may contain higher proportions of carbon.

                     (e)  Stainless steel

                            Alloy steels containing, by weight, 1.2% or less of carbon and 10.5% or more of chromium, with or without other elements.

                      (f)  Other alloy steel

                            Steels not complying with the definition of stainless steel and containing by weight one or more of the following elements in the proportion shown:

  ‑ 0.3% or more of aluminium

  ‑ 0.0008% or more of boron

  ‑ 0.3% or more of chromium

  ‑ 0.3% or more of cobalt

  ‑ 0.4% or more of copper

  ‑ 0.4% or more of lead

  ‑ 1.65% or more of manganese

  ‑ 0.08% or more of molybdenum

  ‑ 0.3% or more of nickel

  ‑ 0.06% or more of niobium

  ‑ 0.6% or more of silicon

  ‑ 0.05% or more of titanium

  ‑ 0.3% or more of tungsten (wolfram)

  ‑ 0.1% or more of vanadium

  ‑ 0.05% or more of zirconium

  ‑ 0.1% or more of other elements (except sulphur, phosphorus, carbon and nitrogen), taken separately.

                     (g)  Remelting scrap ingots of iron or steel

                            Products roughly cast in the form of ingots without feeder‑heads or hot tops, or of pigs, having obvious surface faults and not complying with the chemical composition of pig iron, spiegeleisen or ferro‑alloys.

                     (h)  Granules

                            Products of which less than 90% by weight passes through a sieve with a mesh aperture of 1 mm and of which 90% or more by weight passes through a sieve with a mesh aperture of 5 mm.

                     (ij)  Semi‑finished products

                            Continuous cast products of solid section, whether or not subjected to primary hot‑rolling; and

                            Other products of solid section, which have not been further worked than subjected to primary hot‑rolling or roughly shaped by forging, including blanks for angles, shapes or sections.

                            These products are not presented in coils.

                     (k)  Flat‑rolled products

                            Rolled products of solid rectangular (other than square)
cross‑section, which do not conform to the definition at (ij) above in the form of:

  ‑ coils of successively superimposed layers, or

  ‑ straight lengths, which if of a thickness less than 4.75 mm are of a width measuring at least ten times the thickness or if of a thickness of 4.75 mm or more are of a width which exceeds 150 mm and measures at least twice the thickness.

                            Flat‑rolled products include those with patterns in relief derived directly from rolling (for example, grooves, ribs, chequers, tears, buttons, lozenges) and those which have been perforated, corrugated or polished, provided that they do not thereby assume the character of articles or products of other headings.

                            Flat‑rolled products of a shape other than rectangular or square, of any size, are to be classified as products of a width of 600 mm or more, provided that they do not assume the character of articles or products of other headings.

                      (l)  Bars and rods, hot‑rolled, in irregularly wound coils

                            Hot‑rolled products in irregularly wound coils, which have a solid cross‑section in the shape of circles, segments of circles, ovals, rectangles (including squares), triangles or other convex polygons (including “flattened circles” and “modified rectangles”, of which two opposite sides are convex arcs, the other two sides being straight, of equal length and parallel). These products may have indentations, ribs, grooves or other deformations produced during the rolling process (reinforcing bars and rods).

                    (m)  Other bars and rods

                            Products which do not conform to any of the definitions at (ij), (k) or (l) above or to the definition of wire, which have a uniform solid cross‑section along their whole length in the shape of circles, segments of circles, ovals, rectangles (including squares), triangles or other convex polygons (including “flattened circles” and “modified rectangles”, of which two opposite sides are convex arcs, the other two sides being straight, of equal length and parallel). These products may:

  ‑ have indentations, ribs, grooves or other deformations produced during the rolling process (reinforcing bars and rods);

  ‑ be twisted after rolling.

                     (n)  Angles, shapes and sections

                            Products having a uniform solid cross‑section along their whole length which do not conform to any of the definitions at (ij), (k), (l) or (m) above or to the definition of wire.

                            Chapter 72 does not include products of 7301 or 7302.

                     (o)  Wire

                            Cold‑formed products in coils, of any uniform solid cross‑section along their whole length, which do not conform to the definition of flat‑rolled products.

                     (p)  Hollow drill bars and rods

                            Hollow bars and rods of any cross‑section, suitable for drills, of which the greatest external dimension of the cross‑section exceeds 15 mm but does not exceed 52 mm, and of which the greatest internal dimension does not exceed one half of the greatest external dimension. Hollow bars and rods of iron or steel not conforming to this definition are to be classified in 7304.

             2.‑  Ferrous metals clad with another ferrous metal are to be classified as products of the ferrous metal predominating by weight.

             3.‑  Iron or steel products obtained by electrolytic deposition, by pressure casting or by sintering are to be classified, according to their form, their composition and their appearance, in the headings of this Chapter appropriate to similar hot‑rolled products.

Subheading Notes. 

             1.‑  In this Chapter the following have the meanings hereby assigned to them:

                     (a)  Alloy pig iron

                                    Pig iron containing, by weight, one or more of the following elements in the specified proportions:

  ‑ more than 0.2% of chromium

  ‑ more than 0.3% of copper

  ‑ more than 0.3% of nickel

  ‑ more than 0.1% of any of the following elements: aluminium, molybdenum, titanium, tungsten (wolfram), vanadium.

                     (b)  Non‑alloy free‑cutting steel

                            Non‑alloy steel containing, by weight, one or more of the following elements in the specified proportions:

  ‑ 0.08% or more of sulphur

  ‑ 0.1% or more of lead

  ‑ more than 0.05% of selenium

  ‑ more than 0.01% of tellurium

  ‑ more than 0.05% of bismuth.

                     (c)  Silicon‑electrical steel

                            Alloy steels containing by weight at least 0.6% but not more than 6% of silicon and not more than 0.08% of carbon. They may also contain by weight not more than 1% of aluminium but no other element in a proportion that would give the steel the characteristics of another alloy steel.

                     (d)  High speed steel

                            Alloy steels containing, with or without other elements, at least two of the three elements molybdenum, tungsten and vanadium with a combined content by weight of 7% or more, 0.6% or more of carbon and 3 to 6% of chromium.

                     (e)  Silico‑manganese steel

                            Alloy steels containing by weight:

  ‑ not more than 0.7% of carbon,

  ‑ 0.5% or more but not more than 1.9% of manganese, and

  ‑ 0.6% or more but not more than 2.3% of silicon, but no other element in a proportion that would give the steel the characteristics of another alloy steel.

             2.‑  For the classification of ferro‑alloys in the subheadings of 7202 the following should be observed:

A ferro‑alloy is considered as binary and classified under the relevant subheading (if it exists) if only one of the alloy elements exceeds the minimum percentage laid down in Chapter Note 1(c); by analogy, it is considered respectively as ternary or quarternary if two or three alloy elements exceed the minimum percentage.

For the application of this Note the unspecified “other elements” referred to in Chapter Note 1(c) must each exceed 10% by weight.

Additional Note. 

             1.‑  Throughout this Schedule “high alloy steel” means alloy steels containing by weight one or more of the following elements in the proportion shown:

  ‑ 2% or more of manganese

  ‑ 2% or more of silicon

  ‑ 0.5% or more of nickel

  ‑ 1% or more of chromium

  ‑ 0.1% or more of molybdenum

  ‑ 0.1% or more of vanadium

  ‑ 0.3% or more of tungsten

  ‑ 0.3% or more of cobalt

  ‑ 0.8% or more of copper

  ‑ 0.1% or more of any other alloy element not being lead, phosphorus, sulphur, aluminium or carbon.

Sub‑Chapter IPrimary materials; products in granular or powder form

 

7201

PIG IRON AND SPIEGELEISEN IN PIGS, BLOCKS OR OTHER PRIMARY FORMS:

 

7201.10.00

‑Non‑alloy pig iron containing by weight 0.5% or less of phosphorus

5%
DCS:Free

7201.20.00

‑Non‑alloy pig iron containing by weight more than 0.5% of phosphorus

5%
DCS:Free

7201.50.00

‑Alloy pig iron; spiegeleisen

Free

 

7202

FERRO‑ALLOYS:

 

7202.1

‑Ferro‑manganese:

 

7202.11.00

‑‑Containing by weight more than 2% of carbon

Free

7202.19.00

‑‑Other

Free

7202.2

‑Ferro‑silicon:

 

7202.21.00

‑‑Containing by weight more than 55% of silicon

Free

7202.29.00

‑‑Other

Free

7202.30.00

‑Ferro‑silico‑manganese

Free

7202.4

‑Ferro‑chromium:

 

7202.41.00

‑‑Containing by weight more than 4% of carbon

Free

7202.49.00

‑‑Other

Free

7202.50.00

‑Ferro‑silico‑chromium

Free

7202.60.00

‑Ferro‑nickel

Free

7202.70.00

‑Ferro‑molybdenum

Free

7202.80.00

‑Ferro‑tungsten and ferro‑silico‑tungsten

Free

7202.9

‑Other:

 

7202.91.00

‑‑Ferro‑titanium and ferro‑silico‑titanium

Free

7202.92.00

‑‑Ferro‑vanadium

Free

7202.93.00

‑‑Ferro‑niobium

Free

7202.99.00

‑‑Other

Free

 

7203

FERROUS PRODUCTS OBTAINED BY DIRECT REDUCTION OF IRON ORE AND OTHER SPONGY FERROUS PRODUCTS, IN LUMPS, PELLETS OR SIMILAR FORMS; IRON HAVING A MINIMUM PURITY BY WEIGHT OF 99.94%, IN LUMPS, PELLETS OR SIMILAR FORMS:

 

7203.10.00

‑Ferrous products obtained by direct reduction of iron ore

Free

7203.90.00

‑Other

Free

 

7204

FERROUS WASTE AND SCRAP; REMELTING SCRAP INGOTS OF IRON OR STEEL:

 

7204.10.00

‑Waste and scrap of cast iron

Free

7204.2

‑Waste and scrap of alloy steel:

 

7204.21.00

‑‑Of stainless steel

Free

7204.29.00

‑‑Other

Free

7204.30.00

‑Waste and scrap of tinned iron or steel

Free

7204.4

‑Other waste and scrap:

 

7204.41.00

‑‑Turnings, shavings, chips, milling waste, sawdust, filings, trimmings and stampings, whether or not in bundles

Free

7204.49.00

‑‑Other

Free

7204.50.00

‑Remelting scrap ingots

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

 

7205

GRANULES AND POWDERS, OF PIG IRON, SPIEGELEISEN, IRON OR STEEL:

 

7205.10.00

‑Granules

Free

7205.2

‑Powders:

 

7205.21.00

‑‑Of alloy steel

Free

7205.29.00

‑‑Other

Free

 

Sub‑Chapter IIIron and non‑alloy steel

 

7206

IRON AND NON‑ALLOY STEEL IN INGOTS OR OTHER PRIMARY FORMS (EXCLUDING IRON OF 7203):

 

7206.10.00

‑Ingots

Free

7206.90.00

‑Other

5%
DCS:Free

 

7207

SEMI‑FINISHED PRODUCTS OF IRON OR NON‑ALLOY STEEL:

 

7207.1

‑Containing by weight less than 0.25% of carbon:

 

7207.11.00

‑‑Of rectangular (including square) cross‑section, the width measuring less than twice the thickness

5%
DCS:Free

7207.12.00

‑‑Other, of rectangular (other than square) cross‑section

5%
DCS:Free

7207.19.00

‑‑Other

5%
DCS:Free

7207.20.00

‑Containing by weight 0.25% or more of carbon

5%
DCS:Free

 

7208

FLAT‑ROLLED PRODUCTS OF IRON OR NON‑ALLOY STEEL, OF A WIDTH OF 600 mm OR MORE, HOT‑ROLLED, NOT CLAD, PLATED OR COATED:

 

7208.10.00

‑In coils, not further worked than hot‑rolled, with patterns in relief

5%
DCS:Free

7208.2

‑Other, in coils, not further worked than hot‑rolled, pickled:

 

7208.25.00

‑‑Of a thickness of 4.75 mm or more

5%
DCS:Free

7208.26.00

‑‑Of a thickness of 3 mm or more but less than 4.75 mm

5%
DCS:Free

7208.27.00

‑‑Of a thickness of less than 3 mm

5%
DCS:Free

7208.3

‑Other, in coils, not further worked than hot‑rolled:

 

7208.36.00

‑‑Of a thickness exceeding 10 mm

5%
DCS:Free

7208.37.00

‑‑Of a thickness of 4.75 mm or more but not exceeding 10 mm

5%
DCS:Free

7208.38.00

‑‑Of a thickness of 3 mm or more but less than 4.75 mm

5%
DCS:Free

7208.39.00

‑‑Of a thickness of less than 3 mm

5%
DCS:Free

7208.40.00

‑Not in coils, not further worked than hot‑rolled, with patterns in relief

5%
DCS:Free

7208.5

‑Other, not in coils, not further worked than hot‑rolled:

 

7208.51.00

‑‑Of a thickness exceeding 10 mm

5%
DCS:Free

7208.52.00

‑‑Of a thickness of 4.75 mm or more but not exceeding 10 mm

5%
DCS:Free

7208.53.00

‑‑Of a thickness of 3 mm or more but less than 4.75 mm

5%
DCS:Free

7208.54.00

‑‑Of a thickness of less than 3 mm

5%
DCS:Free

7208.90.00

‑Other

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

 

7209

FLAT‑ROLLED PRODUCTS OF IRON OR NON‑ALLOY STEEL, OF A WIDTH OF 600 mm OR MORE, COLD‑ROLLED (COLD‑REDUCED), NOT CLAD, PLATED OR COATED:

 

7209.1

‑In coils, not further worked than cold‑rolled (cold‑reduced):

 

7209.15.00

‑‑Of a thickness of 3 mm or more

5%
DCS:Free
DCT:5%

7209.16.00

‑‑Of a thickness exceeding 1 mm but less than 3 mm

5%
DCS:Free
DCT:5%

7209.17.00

‑‑Of a thickness of 0.5 mm or more but not exceeding 1 mm

5%
DCS:Free
DCT:5%

7209.18.00

‑‑Of a thickness of less than 0.5 mm

5%
DCS:Free
DCT:5%

7209.2

‑Not in coils, not further worked than cold‑rolled (cold‑reduced):

 

7209.25.00

‑‑Of a thickness of 3 mm or more

5%
DCS:Free
DCT:5%

7209.26.00

‑‑Of a thickness exceeding 1 mm but less than 3 mm

5%
DCS:Free
DCT:5%

7209.27.00

‑‑Of a thickness of 0.5 mm or more but not exceeding 1 mm

5%
DCS:Free
DCT:5%

7209.28.00

‑‑Of a thickness of less than 0.5 mm

5%
DCS:Free
DCT:5%

7209.90.00

‑Other

5%
DCS:Free
DCT:5%

 

7210

FLAT‑ROLLED PRODUCTS OF IRON OR NON‑ALLOY STEEL, OF A WIDTH OF 600 mm OR MORE, CLAD, PLATED OR COATED:

 

7210.1

‑Plated or coated with tin:

 

7210.11.00

‑‑Of a thickness of 0.5 mm or more

Free

7210.12.00

‑‑Of a thickness of less than 0.5 mm

Free

7210.20.00

‑Plated or coated with lead, including terne‑plate

Free

7210.30.00

‑Electrolytically plated or coated with zinc

5%
DCS:Free
DCT:5%

7210.4

‑Otherwise plated or coated with zinc:

 

7210.41.00

‑‑Corrugated

5%
DCS:Free
DCT:5%

7210.49.00

‑‑Other

5%
DCS:Free
DCT:5%

7210.50.00

‑Plated or coated with chromium oxides or with chromium and chromium oxides

5%
DCS:Free
DCT:5%

7210.6

‑Plated or coated with aluminium:

 

7210.61.00

‑‑Plated or coated with aluminium‑zinc alloys

5%
DCS:Free
DCT:5%

7210.69.00

‑‑Other

5%
DCS:Free
DCT:5%

7210.70.00

‑Painted, varnished or coated with plastics

5%
DCS:Free
DCT:5%

7210.90.00

‑Other

5%
DCS:Free
DCT:5%

 

7211

FLAT‑ROLLED PRODUCTS OF IRON OR NON‑ALLOY STEEL, OF A WIDTH OF LESS THAN 600 mm, NOT CLAD, PLATED OR COATED:

 

7211.1

‑Not further worked than hot‑rolled:

 

7211.13.00

‑‑Rolled on four faces or in a closed box pass, of a width exceeding 150 mm and a thickness of not less than 4 mm, not in coils and without patterns in relief

5%
DCS:Free

7211.14.00

‑‑Other, of a thickness of 4.75 mm or more

5%
DCS:Free

7211.19.00

‑‑Other

5%
DCS:Free

7211.2

‑Not further worked than cold‑rolled (cold‑reduced):

 

7211.23.00

‑‑Containing by weight less than 0.25% of carbon

5%
DCS:Free
DCT:5%

7211.29.00

‑‑Other

5%
DCS:Free
DCT:5%

7211.90.00

‑Other

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

 

7212

FLAT‑ROLLED PRODUCTS OF IRON OR NON‑ALLOY STEEL, OF A WIDTH OF LESS THAN 600 mm, CLAD, PLATED OR COATED:

 

7212.10.00

‑Plated or coated with tin

Free

7212.20.00

‑Electrolytically plated or coated with zinc

5%
DCS:Free
DCT:5%

7212.30.00

‑Otherwise plated or coated with zinc

5%
DCS:Free
DCT:5%

7212.40.00

‑Painted, varnished or coated with plastics

5%
DCS:Free
DCT:5%

7212.50.00

‑Otherwise plated or coated

5%
DCS:Free
DCT:5%

7212.60.00

‑Clad

5%
DCS:Free
DCT:5%

 

7213

BARS AND RODS, HOT‑ROLLED, IN IRREGULARLY WOUND COILS, OF IRON OR NON‑ALLOY STEEL:

 

7213.10.00

‑Containing indentations, ribs, grooves or other deformations produced during the rolling process

5%
DCS:Free

7213.20.00

‑Other, of free‑cutting steel

5%
DCS:Free

7213.9

‑Other:

 

7213.91.00

‑‑Of circular cross‑section measuring less than 14 mm in diameter

5%
DCS:Free

7213.99.00

‑‑Other

5%
DCS:Free

 

7214

OTHER BARS AND RODS OF IRON OR NON‑ALLOY STEEL, NOT FURTHER WORKED THAN FORGED, HOT‑ROLLED, HOT‑DRAWN OR HOT‑EXTRUDED, BUT INCLUDING THOSE TWISTED AFTER ROLLING:

 

7214.10.00

‑Forged

5%
DCS:Free

7214.20.00

‑Containing indentations, ribs, grooves or other deformations produced during the rolling process or twisted after rolling

5%
DCS:Free

7214.30.00

‑Other, of free‑cutting steel

5%
DCS:Free

7214.9

‑Other:

 

7214.91.00

‑‑Of rectangular (other than square) cross‑section

5%
DCS:Free

7214.99.00

‑‑Other

5%
DCS:Free

 

7215

OTHER BARS AND RODS OF IRON OR NON‑ALLOY STEEL:

 

7215.10

‑Of free‑cutting steel, not further worked than cold‑formed or cold‑finished:

 

7215.10.10

‑‑‑“Flattened circles” and “modified rectangles” as defined in Note 1(m) to Chapter 72

5%
DCS:Free

7215.10.90

‑‑‑Other

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7215.50

‑Other, not further worked than cold‑formed or cold‑finished:

 

7215.50.10

‑‑‑“Flattened circles” and “modified rectangles” as defined in Note 1(m) to Chapter 72

5%
DCS:Free

7215.50.90

‑‑‑Other

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7215.90.00

‑Other

5%
DCS:Free

 

7216

ANGLES, SHAPES AND SECTIONS OF IRON OR NON‑ALLOY STEEL:

 

7216.10.00

‑U, I or H sections, not further worked than hot‑rolled, hot‑drawn or extruded, of a height of less than 80 mm

5%
DCS:Free

7216.2

‑L or T sections, not further worked than hot‑rolled, hot‑drawn or extruded, of a height of less than 80 mm:

 

7216.21.00

‑‑L sections

5%
DCS:Free

7216.22.00

‑‑T sections

5%
DCS:Free

7216.3

‑U, I or H sections, not further worked than hot‑rolled, hot‑drawn or extruded, of a height of 80 mm or more:

 

7216.31.00

‑‑U sections

5%
DCS:Free

7216.32.00

‑‑I sections

5%
DCS:Free

7216.33.00

‑‑H sections

5%
DCS:Free

7216.40.00

‑L or T sections, not further worked than hot‑rolled, hot‑drawn or extruded, of a height of 80 mm or more

5%
DCS:Free

7216.50.00

‑Other angles, shapes and sections, not further worked than hot‑rolled, hot‑drawn or extruded

5%
DCS:Free

7216.6

‑Angles, shapes and sections, not further worked than cold‑formed or cold‑finished:

 

7216.61.00

‑‑Obtained from flat‑rolled products

5%
DCS:Free

7216.69.00

‑‑Other

5%
DCS:Free

7216.9

‑Other:

 

7216.91.00

‑‑Cold‑formed or cold‑finished from
flat‑rolled products

5%
DCS:Free

7216.99.00

‑‑Other

5%
DCS:Free

 

7217

WIRE OF IRON OR NON‑ALLOY STEEL:

 

7217.10.00

‑Not plated or coated, whether or not polished

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7217.20.00

‑Plated or coated with zinc

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7217.30.00

‑Plated or coated with other base metals

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7217.90.00

‑Other

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

Sub‑Chapter IIIStainless steel

 

7218

STAINLESS STEEL IN INGOTS OR OTHER PRIMARY FORMS; SEMI‑FINISHED PRODUCTS OF STAINLESS STEEL:

 

7218.10.00

‑Ingots and other primary forms

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7218.9

‑Other:

 

7218.91.00

‑‑Of rectangular (other than square) cross‑section

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7218.99.00

‑‑Other

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

 

7219

FLAT‑ROLLED PRODUCTS OF STAINLESS STEEL, OF A WIDTH OF 600 mm OR MORE:

 

7219.1

‑Not further worked than hot‑rolled, in coils:

 

7219.11.00

‑‑Of a thickness exceeding 10 mm

Free

7219.12.00

‑‑Of a thickness of 4.75 mm or more but not exceeding 10 mm

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7219.13.00

‑‑Of a thickness of 3 mm or more but less than 4.75 mm

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7219.14.00

‑‑Of a thickness of less than 3 mm

Free

7219.2

‑Not further worked than hot‑rolled, not in coils:

 

7219.21.00

‑‑Of a thickness exceeding 10 mm

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7219.22.00

‑‑Of a thickness of 4.75 mm or more but not exceeding 10 mm

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7219.23.00

‑‑Of a thickness of 3 mm or more but less than 4.75 mm

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7219.24.00

‑‑Of a thickness of less than 3 mm

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7219.3

‑Not further worked than cold‑rolled (cold‑reduced):

 

7219.31.00

‑‑Of a thickness of 4.75 mm or more

5%
DCS:4%
CA:Free
DCT:5%

7219.32.00

‑‑Of a thickness of 3 mm or more but less than 4.75 mm

5%
DCS:4%
CA:Free
DCT:5%

7219.33.00

‑‑Of a thickness exceeding 1 mm but less than 3 mm

5%
DCS:4%
CA:Free
DCT:5%

7219.34.00

‑‑Of a thickness of 0.5 mm or more but not exceeding 1 mm

5%
DCS:4%
CA:Free
DCT:5%

7219.35.00

‑‑Of a thickness of less than 0.5 mm

5%
DCS:4%
CA:Free
DCT:5%

7219.90.00

‑Other

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

 

7220

FLAT‑ROLLED PRODUCTS OF STAINLESS STEEL, OF A WIDTH OF LESS THAN 600 mm:

 

7220.1

‑Not further worked than hot‑rolled:

 

7220.11.00

‑‑Of a thickness of 4.75 mm or more

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7220.12.00

‑‑Of a thickness of less than 4.75 mm

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7220.20.00

‑Not further worked than cold‑rolled (cold‑reduced)

5%
DCS:4%
CA:Free
DCT:5%

7220.90.00

‑Other

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

 

7221.00.00

BARS AND RODS, HOT‑ROLLED, IN IRREGULARLY WOUND COILS, OF STAINLESS STEEL

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

 

7222

OTHER BARS AND RODS OF STAINLESS STEEL; ANGLES, SHAPES AND SECTIONS OF STAINLESS STEEL:

 

7222.1

‑Bars and rods, not further worked than hot‑rolled, hot‑drawn or extruded:

 

7222.11.00

‑‑Of circular cross‑section

Free

7222.19.00

‑‑Other

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7222.20.00

‑Bars and rods, not further worked than cold‑formed or cold‑finished

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7222.30.00

‑Other bars and rods

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7222.40.00

‑Angles, shapes and sections

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

 

7223.00.00

WIRE OF STAINLESS STEEL

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

Sub‑Chapter IVOther alloy steel; hollow drill bars and rods, of alloy or non‑alloy steel

 

7224

OTHER ALLOY STEEL IN INGOTS OR OTHER PRIMARY FORMS; SEMI‑FINISHED PRODUCTS OF OTHER ALLOY STEEL:

 

7224.10.00

‑Ingots and other primary forms

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7224.90.00

‑Other

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

 

7225

FLAT‑ROLLED PRODUCTS OF OTHER ALLOY STEEL, OF A WIDTH OF 600 mm OR MORE:

 

7225.1

‑Of silicon‑electrical steel:

 

7225.11.00

‑‑Grain‑oriented

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7225.19.00

‑‑Other

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7225.30.00

‑Other, not further worked than hot‑rolled, in coils

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7225.40.00

‑Other, not further worked than hot‑rolled, not in coils

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7225.50.00

‑Other, not further worked than cold‑rolled (cold‑reduced)

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7225.9

‑Other:

 

7225.91.00

‑‑Electrolytically plated or coated with zinc

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7225.92.00

‑‑Otherwise plated or coated with zinc

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7225.99.00

‑‑Other

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

 

7226

FLAT‑ROLLED PRODUCTS OF OTHER ALLOY STEEL, OF A WIDTH OF LESS THAN 600 mm:

 

7226.1

‑Of silicon‑electrical steel:

 

7226.11.00

‑‑Grain‑oriented

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7226.19.00

‑‑Other

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7226.20.00

‑Of high speed steel

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7226.9

‑Other:

 

7226.91.00

‑‑Not further worked than hot‑rolled

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7226.92.00

‑‑Not further worked than cold‑rolled (cold‑reduced)

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7226.99.00

‑‑Other

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

 

7227

BARS AND RODS, HOT‑ROLLED, IN IRREGULARLY WOUND COILS, OF OTHER ALLOY STEEL:

 

7227.10.00

‑Of high speed steel

Free

7227.20

‑Of silico‑manganese steel:

 

7227.20.10

‑‑‑“Flattened circles” and “modified rectangles” as defined in Note 1(l) to Chapter 72

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7227.20.20

‑‑‑Goods, NSA, as follows:

       (a)      containing less than 0.35% of carbon;

       (b)      containing more than 1.2% of manganese

5%
DCS:Free

7227.20.90

‑‑‑Other

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7227.90

‑Other:

 

7227.90.10

‑‑‑Goods, as follows:

       (a)      of high alloy steel;

       (b)      “flattened circles” and “modified rectangles” as defined in Note 1(l) to Chapter 72

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7227.90.90

‑‑‑Other

5%
DCS:Free

 

7228

OTHER BARS AND RODS OF OTHER ALLOY STEEL; ANGLES, SHAPES AND SECTIONS, OF OTHER ALLOY STEEL; HOLLOW DRILL BARS AND RODS, OF ALLOY OR NON‑ALLOY STEEL:

 

7228.10.00

‑Bars and rods, of high speed steel

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7228.20

‑Bars and rods, of silico‑manganese steel:

 

7228.20.10

‑‑‑“Flattened circles” and “modified rectangles” as defined in Note 1(m) to Chapter 72

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7228.20.2

‑‑‑Goods, NSA, as follows:

       (a)      containing less than 0.35% of carbon;

       (b)      containing more than 1.2% of manganese:

 

7228.20.21

‑‑‑‑Not further worked than cold‑formed or cold‑finished

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7228.20.29

‑‑‑‑Other

5%
DCS:Free

7228.20.90

‑‑‑Other

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7228.30

‑Other bars and rods, not further worked than hot‑rolled, hot‑drawn or extruded:

 

7228.30.10

‑‑‑Goods, as follows:

       (a)      of high alloy steel;

       (b)      “flattened circles” and “modified rectangles” as defined in Note 1(m) to Chapter 72

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7228.30.90

‑‑‑Other

5%
DCS:Free

7228.40

‑Other bars and rods, not further worked than forged:

 

7228.40.10

‑‑‑Goods, as follows:

       (a)      of high alloy steel;

       (b)      “flattened circles” and “modified rectangles” as defined in Note 1(m) to Chapter 72

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7228.40.90

‑‑‑Other

5%
DCS:Free

7228.50.00

‑Other bars and rods, not further worked than cold‑formed or cold‑finished

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7228.60

‑Other bars and rods:

 

7228.60.10

‑‑‑Goods, as follows:

       (a)      of high alloy steel;

       (b)      “flattened circles” and “modified rectangles” as defined in Note 1(m) to Chapter 72

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7228.60.90

‑‑‑Other

5%
DCS:Free

7228.70.00

‑Angles, shapes and sections

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7228.80.00

‑Hollow drill bars and rods

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

 

7229

WIRE OF OTHER ALLOY STEEL:

 

7229.20.00

‑Of silico‑manganese steel

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7229.90

‑Other:

 

7229.90.10

‑‑‑Of high speed steel

Free

7229.90.90

‑‑‑Other

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

Chapter 73Articles of iron or steel

Notes. 

             1.‑  In this Chapter “cast iron” applies to products obtained by casting in which iron predominates by weight over each of the other elements and which do not comply with the chemical composition of steel as defined in Note 1(d) to Chapter 72.

             2.‑  In this Chapter “wire” means hot or cold‑formed products of any cross‑sectional shape, of which no cross‑sectional dimension exceeds 16 mm.

Additional Note. 

             1.‑  In 7313.00.00, “twisted hoop” includes barbed obstacle tape, which may be presented in coils and/or in diamond concertina pattern.

 

7301

SHEET PILING OF IRON OR STEEL, WHETHER OR NOT DRILLED, PUNCHED OR MADE FROM ASSEMBLED ELEMENTS; WELDED ANGLES, SHAPES AND SECTIONS, OF IRON OR STEEL:

 

7301.10.00

‑Sheet piling

5%
DCS:Free

7301.20.00

‑Angles, shapes and sections

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

 

7302

RAILWAY OR TRAMWAY TRACK CONSTRUCTION MATERIAL OF IRON OR STEEL, THE FOLLOWING: RAILS, CHECK‑RAILS AND RACK RAILS, SWITCH BLADES, CROSSING FROGS, POINT RODS AND OTHER CROSSING PIECES, SLEEPERS (CROSS‑TIES), FISH‑PLATES, CHAIRS, CHAIR WEDGES, SOLE PLATES (BASE PLATES), RAIL CLIPS, BEDPLATES, TIES AND OTHER MATERIAL SPECIALIZED FOR JOINTING OR FIXING RAILS:

 

7302.10.00

‑Rails

5%
DCS:Free

7302.30.00

‑Switch blades, crossing frogs, point rods and other crossing pieces

5%
DCS:Free

7302.40.00

‑Fish‑plates and sole plates

5%
DCS:Free

7302.90.00

‑Other

5%
DCS:Free

 

7303.00.00

TUBES, PIPES AND HOLLOW PROFILES, OF CAST IRON

5%
DCS:Free

 

7304

TUBES, PIPES AND HOLLOW PROFILES, SEAMLESS, OF IRON (OTHER THAN CAST IRON) OR STEEL:

 

7304.1

‑Line pipe of a kind used for oil or gas pipelines:

 

7304.11.00

‑‑Of stainless steel

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7304.19.00

‑‑Other

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7304.2

‑Casing, tubing and drill pipe, of a kind used in drilling for oil or gas:

 

7304.22.00

‑‑Drill pipe of stainless steel

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7304.23.00

‑‑Other drill pipe

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7304.24.00

‑‑Other, of stainless steel

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7304.29.00

‑‑Other

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7304.3

‑Other, of circular cross‑section, of iron or non‑alloy steel:

 

7304.31.00

‑‑Cold‑drawn or cold‑rolled (cold‑reduced)

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7304.39.00

‑‑Other

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7304.4

‑Other, of circular cross‑section, of stainless steel:

 

7304.41.00

‑‑Cold‑drawn or cold‑rolled (cold‑reduced)

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7304.49.00

‑‑Other

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7304.5

‑Other, of circular cross‑section, of other alloy steel:

 

7304.51.00

‑‑Cold‑drawn or cold‑rolled (cold‑reduced)

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7304.59.00

‑‑Other

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7304.90.00

‑Other

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

 

7305

OTHER TUBES AND PIPES (FOR EXAMPLE, WELDED, RIVETED OR SIMILARLY CLOSED), HAVING CIRCULAR CROSS‑SECTIONS, THE EXTERNAL DIAMETER OF WHICH EXCEEDS 406.4 mm, OF IRON OR STEEL:

 

7305.1

‑Line pipe of a kind used for oil or gas pipelines:

 

7305.11.00

‑‑Longitudinally submerged arc welded

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7305.12.00

‑‑Other, longitudinally welded

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7305.19.00

‑‑Other

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7305.20.00

‑Casing of a kind used in drilling for oil or gas

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7305.3

‑Other, welded:

 

7305.31.00

‑‑Longitudinally welded

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7305.39.00

‑‑Other

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7305.90.00

‑Other

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

 

7306

OTHER TUBES, PIPES AND HOLLOW PROFILES (FOR EXAMPLE, OPEN SEAM OR WELDED, RIVETED OR SIMILARLY CLOSED), OF IRON OR STEEL:

 

7306.1

‑Line pipe of a kind used for oil or gas pipelines:

 

7306.11.00

‑‑Welded, of stainless steel

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7306.19.00

‑‑Other

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7306.2

‑Casing and tubing of a kind used in drilling for oil or gas:

 

7306.21.00

‑‑Welded, of stainless steel

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7306.29.00

‑‑Other

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7306.30.00

‑Other, welded, of circular cross‑section, of iron or non‑alloy steel

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7306.40.00

‑Other, welded, of circular cross‑section, of stainless steel

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7306.50.00

‑Other, welded, of circular cross‑section, of other alloy steel

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7306.6

‑Other, welded, of non‑circular cross‑section:

 

7306.61.00

‑‑Of square or rectangular cross‑section

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7306.69.00

‑‑Of other non‑circular cross‑section

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7306.90.00

‑Other

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

 

7307

TUBE OR PIPE FITTINGS (FOR EXAMPLE, COUPLINGS, ELBOWS, SLEEVES), OF IRON OR STEEL:

 

7307.1

‑Cast fittings:

 

7307.11.00

‑‑Of non‑malleable cast iron

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7307.19.00

‑‑Other

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7307.2

‑Other, of stainless steel:

 

7307.21.00

‑‑Flanges

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7307.22.00

‑‑Threaded elbows, bends and sleeves

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7307.23.00

‑‑Butt welding fittings

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7307.29.00

‑‑Other

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7307.9

‑Other:

 

7307.91.00

‑‑Flanges

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7307.92.00

‑‑Threaded elbows, bends and sleeves

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7307.93.00

‑‑Butt welding fittings

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7307.99.00

‑‑Other

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

 

7308

STRUCTURES (EXCLUDING PREFABRICATED BUILDINGS OF 9406) AND PARTS OF STRUCTURES (FOR EXAMPLE, BRIDGES AND BRIDGE‑SECTIONS, LOCK‑GATES, TOWERS, LATTICE MASTS, ROOFS, ROOFING FRAMEWORKS, DOORS AND WINDOWS AND THEIR FRAMES AND THRESHOLDS FOR DOORS, SHUTTERS, BALUSTRADES, PILLARS AND COLUMNS), OF IRON OR STEEL; PLATES, RODS, ANGLES, SHAPES, SECTIONS, TUBES AND THE LIKE, PREPARED FOR USE IN STRUCTURES, OF IRON OR STEEL:

 

7308.10.00

‑Bridges and bridge‑sections

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7308.20.00

‑Towers and lattice masts

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7308.30.00

‑Doors, windows and their frames and thresholds for doors

5%
DCS:4%
DCT:5%

7308.40.00

‑Equipment for scaffolding, shuttering, propping or pit‑propping