Commodity classification under the harmonized system, Issue 3
U.S. Customs Service. Classification and Value Division, U.S. Customs Service. Office of Regulations & Rulings, U.S. Customs Service. New York Seaport
Dept. of the Treasury, U.S. Customs Service, 1988 - Business & Economics
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4.9 percent Acting Area Director already been filed applicable HTS subheading applicable TSUS item changes before enactment classification represents classification ruling dated Classification TARIFF Customs office prior Customs officer handling Customs Regulations 19 Customs Service regarding Director New York documents have already dutiable status duty rate enactment this advice entry documents filed exact date falls within textile garment handling the transaction Harmonized Tariff Schedule HTS is implemented international textile trade Jean F man-made fibers merchandise is imported merchandise to determine percent ad valorem present position provisions of Section Public notice rate of duty regarding the dutiable Regulations 19 C.F.R. replace the Tariff represents the present rib knit ruling dated August ruling dated July ruling letter scheduled to replace Seaport U.S. CUSTOMS Section 177 SERVICE NEW YORK Taiwan tariff classification ruling textile category designation textile trade agreements TSUS item number U.S. CUSTOMS SERVICE United States HTS United States TSUS York Seaport U.S.