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Brief Review Of Tariff Codes
 

Brief Review Of Tariff Codes

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A very short Powerpoint presentation I made during one of my internships at Yazaki Europe Ltd, in summer 2008. The aim was to clarify how to deal with customs tariff codes with trading partners. The ...

A very short Powerpoint presentation I made during one of my internships at Yazaki Europe Ltd, in summer 2008. The aim was to clarify how to deal with customs tariff codes with trading partners. The fact that Yazaki is a leading firm in the automotive industry doesn't affect the content at all, the "rules" applied being the same in most countries, particularly in those who signed the HS Convention (Harmonized Sytem).

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    Brief Review Of Tariff Codes Brief Review Of Tariff Codes Presentation Transcript

    • Tariff codes Which tariff codes do I really apply within Yazaki? Yannig Roth, ESSCA, 2008
    • Nomenclature of the tariff code Example:Soft rubber sealing stoppers for the manufacture of electrolytic capacitors al nn d itio al” Ad tion 4016 99 99 20 0 “na t, ca o i dig tter t nb o e a le 11 Optional additional digits Harmonized System (HS) 6 digits for special measures Combined Nomenclature (CN) 8 digits Tarif intégré de la Communauté Européenne (TARIC) 10 digits The more digits you have, the more precise the description is Yannig Roth, ESSCA, 2008
    • Use of tariff codes between YC, YEL and YNA (minimum of digits required) TARIC: CN: 8 digits 10 digits TARIC: 10 digits Uses 9 digits HS: 6 digits TARIC: Uses TARIC: TARIC: 10 digits 10 digits 10 digits Uses 9 digits Uses 9 digits * Signatory countries of the HS Convention Yannig Roth, ESSCA, 2008
    • Explanations Europe Wants 10 (11) digits for imports Provides in principle 8 digits for exports (more if needed) North America Requires 6 digits for imports (consider the 6 first digits) Exports, depends on the destination Japan Uses 9 digits for both imports & exports Has to provide 10 (11) digits for exports to Europe Third countries 133 contracting parties to the HS Convention Yannig Roth, ESSCA, 2008
    • Nota Bene Turkey belongs to the European Customs Union European countries may ask for the TARIC code for statistical purposes No customs form is required for exports (out of Germany) below 1000€ Yannig Roth, ESSCA, 2008
    • Sources http://www.euros.ch/tref.html http://www.customs.go.jp/toukei/sankou/code/code_e.htm http://r0.unctad.org/trains_new/country_notes/2000_MOROCCO .PDF http://www.help.gv.at/Content.Node/59/Seite.590100.html http://www.laposte-export-solutions.com/fr/marches/fiches- pays/etats-unis/douanes-reglementations http://www.revenue.ie/services/foi/s16_2001/tariff.pdf http://www.wcoomd.org Yannig Roth, ESSCA, 2008