Brazil

Letter mail
Parcel
EMS
Prohibited articles list
 
Weight / size limit admitted:
üPostcard – maximum weight 20g.  maximum size - 240X340mmmaximum thickness – 5mm
üLetter – maxsimum weight 250gmaximum size - 240X340mmmaximum thickness: 5mm.
üSmall packets – maxsimum weight 2kgmaximum size - 240X340mmmaximum thickness: 50mm.
üM bag – maxsimum weight 30kg. maximum height - 80cmmaximum circumference -120cm.
 
Insured* letters admitted – no;
Maximum insured value 
 
On-line tracking provided – yes;
 
Payments for inbound items in case, when content is a goods:
ü Customs clearance fee - 15 BRL;
ü Threshold level below which items are free of customs duties and other taxes - $50;
 
Numbers of customs declarations required for inbound letter – 1;
Languages in which customs declarations must be completed – English, Portuguese, Spanish;
 
Delivery charge for small packets exceeding 500 g 
 
Period of retention for letters – 20 days;
 
 
Web site address of postal administration – www2.correios.com.br
 
*Insured Parcel–Type of Registered Parcel,  which is insured at cost declared by the sender. Insured value should not be more than the actual cost of the package content and should not exceed 10 000 GEL.

 

**Custom declaration for letter post is required only in case, when content is a goods.

 
Weight / size limit admitted:
ü Max weight – 20 kg
ü Max size - 1,05m X 1,05m X 1,05m (or 2m length & greatest circumference);
 
Insured* parcels admitted – yes;
Maximum insured value - 500 SDR**;
 
On-line tracking provided – yes;
 
Numbers of customs declarations required for inbound parcels – 2;
Languages in which customs declarations must be completed – English, Spanish, Portuguese;
 
 
Payments for inbound parcels:
ü Customs clearance fee - 15 BRL;
ü Threshold level below which parcels are free of customs duties and other taxes - $50;
 
 
To customers’ address:
ü Free – yes;
ü Paid service – no;
 
 
Period of retention for parcels:
ü Min – 20 days;
ü Max – 
 
Web site address of postal administration – www.correios.com.br
 
 
 
*Insured Parcel–Type of Registered Parcel,  which is insured at cost declared by the sender. Insured value should not be more than the actual cost of the package content and should not exceed 10 000 GEL.
 
**SDR–Monetary unit (Special Drawing Rights) created by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) - The value of the SDR in terms of the US dollar is determined daily based on exchange rates quoted at noon each day in the London market and posted on the IMF’s 
 
Weight / size limit admitted:
ü Max weight – 20 kg
ü Max size - 1,05m X 1,05m X 1,05m (or 2m length & greatest circumference);
 
 
Maximum insured value:
 for documents: 4000 GEL
 for merchandise: 10 000 GEL
 
Numbers of customs declarations required for inbound EMS – 2;
Languages in which customs declarations must be completed – English;
 
Payments for inbound parcels:
ü Customs clearance fee - 15 BRL;
ü Threshold level below which parcels are free of customs duties and other taxes:
For private customers -
For business customers -
 
How many attempts at delivery are made: 3
 
Period of retention for EMS items: 
 
Coverage: entire territory
 
Days of the week on which EMS items are delivered: 1/2/3/4/5
 
EMS item delivery to P.O. Box: Yes
 
National holidays on which EMS items are not delivered: 1,20,25 January, 4-6 March, 19,21,23 April, 1 May, 20 June, 9 July, 7,8 September, 12 October, 2,15,20 November, 8,24,25,31 December
 
Web site address of postal administration – www2.correios.com.br/sistemas/rastreamento/
 
 
*SDR–Monetary unit (Special Drawing Rights) created by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) - The value of the SDR in terms of the US dollar is determined daily based on exchange rates quoted at noon each day in the London market and posted on the IMF’s 
 
The amount of insurance paid by the customer should not exceed the actual value of the contents of the parcel

Definition of Terms

 

 

·        Prohibited items – items whose import into the country is prohibited.    

·        Items admitted conditionally – items whose importation into the country is allowed with the term if a document issued by the relevant authorities of the exporting country is presented.    

·        Items admitted without conditions – items whose import into the country is allowed.    

 

Detailed information on the HS codes and their titles can be found on the Revenue Service web-page (http://www.rs.ge/4509) or at the following address: http://www.foreign-trade.com/reference/hscode.htm

 

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The below information is based upon the official source of Brazil

 
 
Part I: List of articles prohibited as imports (or in transit) or admitted conditionally
 
Section I – Live animals; animal products
 
Chapter 1
 
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Live animals
ƒ  Prohibited articles
01.01 – 01.06
 
All live animals.
 
01.06
 
ƒ  Articles admitted conditionally
Bees, silkworms and leeches with zoosanitary certificates. See Part II, §§ 2 and
 
 
2.2.
Chapter 2
 
Meat and edible meat offal
Heading HS
02.01 – 02.09
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ƒ  Prohibited articles
Meat, offal and fat of bovine, swine, sheep, goats, horses, asses, mules and offal
 
 
thereof, fresh, chilled or frozen.
 
02.10
 
ƒ  Articles admitted conditionally
Meat and edible meat offal, salted or in brine, dried or smoked. See Part II, §§ 2,
 
 
2.1 and 2.2.
 
Chapter 3
 
 
Fish and crustaceans, molluscs and other aquatic invertebrates
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03.01
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ƒ  Prohibited articles
All live fish, including the ornamental fish, crustaceans and molluscs.
03.02 – 03.04
 
All fish, crustaceans and molluscs meat, fresh, chilled or frozen.
03.06 – 03.07
 
 
 
03.05
 
ƒ  Articles admitted conditionally
Fish, crustaceans and molluscs dried, salted or in brine processed in cuts, in
 
 
appropriate packages, fit for human consumption. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.1.
 
Chapter 4
 
 
Dairy produce; birds’ eggs; natural honey; edible products of animal
 
 
origin, not elsewhere specified or included
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04.01 – 04.02
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ƒ  Articles admitted conditionally
Milk and cream, concentrated or not, containing added sugar or not or other
 
 
sweetening matter, processed in appropriate packages, fit for human
 
 
consumption. See Part II, §§ 2, 2.1 and 2.2
04.03 – 04.06
0403.00
Butter milk, curdled milk and cream, curdled milk and other fermented or acidified
 
0404.00
milk and creamwhether or not concentrated or containinadded sugar or other
 
0405.00
sweetening matter or flavoured or containing added fruit, nuts, cocoa, butter and
 
0406.00
other fats and oils, cheese and cottage cheese, processein appropriate
 
 
packages, ready for human consumption. See Part II, §§ 2, 2.1 and 2.2.
04.07
 
Fowl’s eggs and other birds’ eggs, in shell, fresh, preserved in appropriate
 
 
packages, or cooked or for incubation. See Part II, §§ 2, 2.1 and 2.2.
04.08
0408.00
Other edible products of animal origin. See Part II, §§ 2, 2.1 and 2.2.
04.09
0409.00
Natural Honey in appropriate packages, ready for human consumption. See Part
 
 
II, §§ 2, 2.1 and 2.2.
04.10
0410.00
Other edible products of animal origin. See Part II, §§ 2, 2.1 and 2.3
 
Section II – Vegetable products
 
Chapter 6
 
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HS Code
Live plants and floriculture products
ƒ  Articles admitted conditionally
06.00
 
Live plants (including their roots) and floriculture products. See Part II, §§ 2, 2.2
 
 
and 2.3.
06.02
0602.90
Orchid slips and ornamentaplants. See Part II, §§ 2, 2.2 and 2.3.
 
0602.90
Cactus and slips. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.2.
 
Chapter 7
 
 
Vegetables, edible vegetables, roots and tubers
Heading HS
07.01
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0701.90
ƒ  Articles admitted conditionally
Potatoes, fresh or chilled, for human consumption, in appropriate packages. See
 
 
Part II, §§ 2, 2.1 and 2.3.
07.02
0702.00
Tomatoes, fresh or chilled, for human consumption, in appropriate packages. See
 
 
Part II, §§ 2, 2.1 e 2.3.

 
 
07.03
 
0703.10
 
Onions and shallots fresh or chilled for sowing and others for human consumption
 
 
in appropriate packages. See Part II, §§ 2, 2.1 and 2.3.
 
0703.20
Garlic for sowing and others for human consumption, in appropriate packages.
 
 
See Part II, §§ 2, 2.1 and 2.3.
 
0703.90
Leeks and other alliaceous vegetables for human consumption, in appropriate
 
 
packages. See Part II, §§ 2, 2.1 and 2.3.
07.10
0710.10
Vegetables, uncooked or cooked by steaming or boiling water, or frozen, for
 
0710.21
human consumption, in hermetically sealed packages, such as potatoes, green
 
0710.22
beans, peas, beans, spinach, sweet corn, etc. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.1.
 
0710.25
 
 
0710.30
 
 
0710.40
 
 
0710.80
 
 
0710.90
 
07.11
0711.51
Vegetables provisionally preserved, but unsuitable in that state for consumption.
 
 
See Part II, §§ 2, 2.1 and 2.4.
07.12
0712.00
Dried vegetables, but not further prepared, for human consumption, in appropriate
 
 
packages, such as onions, mushrooms, jelly fungi and other. See Part II, §§ 2, 2.1
 
 
and 2.3.
 
Chapter 8                               Fruits; peel of citrus fruit or melons
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08.01                    0801.00          Fruits, fresh or dried, for human consumption, in appropriate packages. See Part
II, §§ 2, 2.1 and 2.3.
0801.11          Coconuts dried and peeled (also desiccated) and fresh. See Part II, §§ 2, 2.1, 2.3 and 2.4.
08.11                    0811.00          Fruits uncooked or cookeby steaming or boiling iwater, frozen, whether or not
containing added sugar. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.3.

08.12                    0812.10
0812.90

Fruits provisionally preserved, but unsuitable in that state for consumption
08.13
 
 
Chapter 9
0813.40
Other fresh fruits. See Part II, §§ 2, 2.1, 2.3 and 2.4.
 
 
Coffee, tea, maté and spices
Heading HS
09.00
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0900.00
ƒ  Articles admitted conditionally
Coffee, tea, maté and spices for human consumption, in appropriate packages.
 
 
See Part II, §§ 2, 2.1 and 2.3.
09.01
0901.21
Coffee not roasted, not decaffeinated. See Part II, §§ 2, 2.1 and 2.3.
 
0901.22
Coffee not roasted decaffeinated. See Part II, §§ 2, 2.1 and 2.3.
09.04
0904.12
Pepper crushed or ground. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.1.
09.06
0906.20
Cinnamon and cinnamon-tree flowers crushed or ground. See Part II, §§ 2 and
 
 
2.1.
09.09
0909.30
Seeds of cumin for farming and cattle raising use. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.3.
 
Chapter 10
 
 
Cereals
Heading HS
10.08
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1008.90
ƒ  Prohibited articles
Triticale native of North America, Asia, Africa and Oceania.
 
Chapter 11
 
 
Products of the milling industry; malt; starches; inulin; wheat gluten
Heading
11.00
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1100.00
ƒ  Articles admitted conditionally
Products of the milling industry, malt, starches, etc. See Part II, §§ 2, 2.1 and 2.3.
 
Chapter 12
 
 
Oil seeds and oleaginous fruits; miscellaneous grains, seeds and
 
 
fruit; industrial or medicinal plantsstraand fodder
Heading HS
12.09
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1209.23
ƒ  Prohibited articles
Fescue seeds native of North America, Asia, Africa and Oceania.
 
12.01
 
1201.00
ƒ  Articles admitted conditionally
Soya beans, whether or nobroken. See Part II, §§ 2, 2.1 and 2.3.
12.02
1202.10
Groundnuts not roasted or otherwise cookedwhether or not shelled or broken, for
 
 
human consumption, in appropriate packages. See Part II, §§ 2, 2.1 and 2.3.
 
1202.20
Other groundnuts not roasted whether or not shelled or broken, for human
 
 
consumption, in appropriate packages. See Part II, §§ 2, 2.1 and 2.3.
12.03
1203.00
Copra (coconuwhite soft mass dried). See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.3.
12.04
1204.00
Linseed, whether or not broken. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.3.
 
 
(cherries and others) See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.1.

 
 
12.05
 
1205.00
 
Rape or colza seeds (canola from which seeds are extracted vegetable oil). See
 
 
Part II, §§ 2 and 2.3.
12.06
1206.00
Sunflower seeds, whether or not broken. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.3.
12.07
1207.00
Other oil seeds and oleaginous fruits, whether or not broken; poppy seeds. See
 
1207.91
Part II, §§ 2, 2.1 and 2.3.
 
1207.99
Other seeds: conkers, tamarind, catuaba and tribulus seeds – inputs used in the
 
 
production of phyitotherapic medicines. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.1.
12.08
1208.00
Flour of soya beans or oleaginous fruits, other than thosof mustard. See Part II,
 
 
§§ 2 and 2.3.
12.09
1209.10
Sugar beet seed. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.3.
12.10
1210.00
Hop cones, fresh or dried, whether or not ground, powdered or in the forms of
 
 
pellets; lupulin. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.3.
12.11
1211.10
Liquorice roots (leguminosae) input used in the production of phytotherapic
 
 
medicines. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.1.
 
1211.20
Ginseng roots. See Part II, §§ 2, 2.1 and 2.3.
 
1211.30
Coca leaf for medical use and other. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.1.
 
1211.40
Poppy straw – sensitive plant for medical use and other. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.1.
 
1211.90
Other plants and fruits used in the production of phytotherapic medicines: cat’s
 
 
claw, tansy, opium poppy, valerian, ginger, galangal, garlic, bearberries, arnica,
 
 
Baccharis trimera (carqueja), Anchietea salutaris (cipó-suma), hemp (Cannabis
 
 
sativa), etc.; used in the production of phytotherapic medicines. See Part II, §§ 2
 
 
and 2.1.
12.12
1212.20
Locust beans, seaweeds and other algae, sugar beet and sugar cane, for culture
 
 
purposes, in any stage of the life cycle. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.2.
12.13
1213.00
Cereal straand husks, unprepared, whether or not chopped, ground, pressed or
 
 
in the form of pellets. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.3.
12.14
1214.00
Swedes, forage beets, fodder roots, hay, lucerne (alfalfa), and similar forage
 
 
products, whether or not in the form of pellets. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.3.
 
Chapter 13
 
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Gums, resins and other vegetables saps and extracts.
ƒ  Articles admitted conditionally
13.01
1301.00
Gum Arabic and other products used as raw material for food industry. See Part II,
 
 
§§ 2 and 2.1.
 
1301.90
Liquid pepper, pepper gas. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.7.
13.02
1302.11
Saps and concentrate extracts of opium, poppy straw, of hops and other. See Part
 
 
II, §§ 2 and 2.1.
 
1302.19
Saps anextracts of dried ginkgo biloba and ginseng; silymarin, ginger, “galenca”
 
 
anAchyrocline satureoides (marcela), conkers, garlic, Anchietea salutaris (cipó-
 
 
suma), bearberries, comfrey, tamarind and other products used in the production
 
 
of phytotherapic medicines. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.1.
 
1302.20
Pectic substances, pectinates and pectates (chemical substance extracted from
 
 
fruits and vegetable roots). See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.1.
 
1302.23
Mucilages (viscous compounds produceby plants) and thickeners derived from
 
 
vegetable products, whether or not modified, agar-agar, locust seeds, guar seed
 
 
and other, used as raw material for food industry. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.1.
 
Chapter 14
 
 
Vegetable Plaiting materials and other products ovegetable origin
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14.04
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1404.20
ƒ  Articles admitted conditionally
Cotton linters. See Part II, § 2.3.
 
Section III – Animal or vegetable fats and oils and their cleavage products; prepared edible fats; animal or vegetable waxes
 
Chapter 15
 
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Animal or vegetable fats and oils
ƒ  Articles admitted conditionally
15.01
1501.00
Pork fat (including lard) anpoultrfat. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.3.
15.02
1502.00
Fats of bovine animals (sebum), sheep or goats. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.3.
15.03
1503.00
Lard stearin, lard oil, oleostearin, oleo-oil and tallow oil. See Part II, §§2 and 2.1.
15.04
1504.20
Fats and oils of fish and their parts, other than liver oils for farming and cattle
 
 
raising use. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.3.
15.05
1506.00
Other animal fats and oils and their parts, whether or not refined, but not
 
 
chemically modified. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.3.
15.15
1515.90
Long pepper oil. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.1.
15.16
1516.10
Animal or vegetable fats and oils and their parts. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.3.
15.17
1517.10
Margarine, excluding liquid margarine. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.3.
15.18
1518.00
Animal or vegetable fats and oils. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.3.

 
 
15.20
 
1520.00
 
Glycerol crude; glycerol waters and glycerol lyes. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.1.
15.21
1521.10
Vegetablwaxes. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.3.
15.22
1522.00
Degras; residues resulting from the treatment of fatty substances or animal or
 
 
vegetablwaxes. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.3.
 
Section IV – Prepared foodstuffs; beverages, spirits and vinegar; tobacco and manufactured tobacco substitutes
 
Chapter 16
 
Preparations of meat, of fish or of crustaceans, molluscs or other aquatic invertebrates
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16.01
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1601.00
ƒ  Articles admitted conditionally
Preparations of meat, fish, crustaceans and molluscs, etc. See Part II, §§ 2, 2.1
 
 
and 2.3.
 
Chapter 17
 
 
Sugars and sugar confectionery
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17.02
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1702.11
ƒ  Articles admitted conditionally
Lactose and lactose syrup containing, bweight, 99% or more of lactose, for
 
 
human consumption, in appropriate packages. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.3.
17.03
1703.10
Cane molasses. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.1.
 
Chapter 18
 
 
Cocoa and cocoa preparations
Heading HS
18.03
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1803.00
ƒ  Articles admitted conditionally
Cocoa paste, whether or not defatted. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.1.
18.04
0804.00
Cocoa butter, fat and oil. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.1.
18.05
1805.00
Cocoa powder, not containing added sugar or other sweetening matter. See Part
 
 
II, §§ 2 and 2.1.
18.06
0806.00
Chocolate and other food preparations containing cocoa. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.1.
 
Chapter 19
 
 
Preparations of cereals, flour, starch or milk; pastrycooks’ products
Heading HS
19.01
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1901.10
ƒ  Articles admitted conditionally
Modified milk, farine lactée’, based on flour, lumps, semolina and starch, for infant
 
 
use put up for retail sale. See Part II, §§ 2, 2.1 and 2.3.
 
1901.20
Mixes and doughs for the preparation of bakers’ wares, pastrycooks’ products and
 
 
those from cookies and biscuits industry. See Part II, §§ 2, 2.1 and 2.3.
 
1901.90
Dulce de leche and other food preparations of flour containing less then 40by
 
 
weight of cocoa. See Part II, §§ 2, 2.1 and 2.3.
 
Chapter 20
 
 
Preparations of vegetables, fruit, nuts or other parts of plants
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20.01
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ƒ  Articles admitted conditionally
Vegetables, fruits, nuts and other edible parts of plants prepared or preserved by
 
 
vinegar or acetic acid. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.1.
20.02
2002.90
Tomatoes prepared or preserved otherwise than by vinegar or acetic acid.
 
 
See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.1.
20.03
2003.10
Mushrooms and truffles prepared or preserved otherwise thabvinegar or acetic
 
 
acid. See Part II, §§ 2, 2.1 and 2.4.
20.04
2004.10
Potatoes and other vegetables prepared or preserved otherwise thabvinegar or
 
 
acetic acid, frozen. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.1.
20.06
2006.00
Fruits and fruit-peel, preserveby sugar (melted sugar, glace or crystallized). See
 
 
Part II, §§ 2 and 2.1.
20.07
2007.00
Jams, fruit jellies, marmalades, fruit or nut puree and fruit or nut pastes, being
 
 
cooked preparations, whether or not containing added sugar or other sweetening
 
 
matter. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.1.
20.08
2008.19
Fruits with hard peel, nuts, ground-nuts and other seeds, whether or not mixed
 
 
together. See Part II, §§ 2, 2.1and 2.4.
 
2008.70
Peaches and nectarines in sweetened water or in syrups.  See Part II, §§ 2, 2.1
 
 
and 2.4.
20.09
2009.10
Orange, grapefruit and pomelo juice, all citrus juices, pineapple, tomato and any
 
 
other juice of other citrus fruit. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.3.
 
Chapter 21
 
 
Miscellaneous edible preparations
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ƒ  Articles admitted conditionally

 
 
21.01
 
2101.10
 
Soluble coffee, even decaffeinated, other extracts, and essences or concentrates
 
2101.90
of coffee. See Part II, §§ 2, 2.1 and 2.3.
 
2101.12
Preparations based oextracts, essences or concentrates or the basis of coffee.
 
 
See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.1.
21.02
2102.00
Yeasts (active or inactive); other single-cell microorganisms dead (otherwise than
 
 
vaccines). See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.1.
 
Chapter 22
 
 
Beverages, spirits and vinegar
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22.01
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2201.10
ƒ  Articles admitted conditionally
Waters, including natural or artificial minerawaters and aerated waters, not
 
 
containing added sugar or othesweetening matter nor flavoured. See Part II, §§ 2
 
 
and 2.1.
22.02
2202.90
Other non-alcoholic beverages or added of essential nutrients and water
 
 
containing salts. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.1.
22.03
2203.00
Beer and Malt. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.1.
22.04
2204.10
Champagne and sparkling and foaminwines. See Part II, §§ 2, 2.3 an2.4.
 
2204.21
Wine and grape must, with fermentation prevented or stopped by the additional of
 
 
alcohol, in containers holding 2 litres or less. See Part II, §§ 2, 2.3 and 2.4.
 
2204.29
Other wines and musts. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.4.
22.05
2205.00
Vermouth and other wine of fresh grapes flavourewith plants or aromatic
 
 
substances. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.3.
22.06
2206.00
Other fermented beverages (for example, cider, perry, mead, etc). See Part II, §§
 
 
2 and 2.3.
22.07
2207.10
Undenatured ethyl alcohol of an alcoholic strength bvolume of 80% or higher.
 
 
See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.4.
 
2207.20
Ethyl alcohol and other spirits, denatured, of any strength. See Part II, §§ 2 and
 
 
2.4.
22.08
2208.90
Undenatured ethyl alcohol of an alcoholic strength bvolume of less than 80%l;
 
 
spirits, liqueurs and other spirituous beverages (alcoholic) awhisky, rum, gin,
 
 
vodka, etc; other undenatured ethyl alcohol, other than not drinking. See Part II, §§
 
 
2 and 2.3.
22.09
2209.00
Vinegar and substitutes for vinegar obtained from acetic acid for edible use. See
 
 
Part II, §§ 2 and 2.3.
 
Chapter 23
 
 
Residues anwaste from the food industries; prepared animal
 
 
fodder
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Residues and waste for the use in animal feeding. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.3.
 
Chapter 24
 
 
Tobacco and manufactured tobacco substitutes
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ƒ  Prohibited articles
All Articles.
 
Section V – Mineral Products
 
Chapter 25
 
Salt; sulph ur, earths    and  stone; plastering  materials, lime and cement
Heading
25.01
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2501.00
ƒ  Articles admitted conditionally
Table salt, salt in bulk, without aggregates. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.1.
25.03
2503.00
Sulphur of all kinds, other than sublimed sulphur, precipitated sulphur and colloidal
 
 
sulphur. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.3.
25.10
2510.10
Natural calcium phosphate, natural aluminium calcium phosphate anphosphatic
 
 
chalk, for use as corrective and fertilizers, including grounds. See Part II, §§ 2 and
 
 
2.3.
 
Section VI – Products of the chemical or allied industries
 
Chapter 28
 
Inorganic chemicals; organic or ino rganic compounds of p recious
 
 
metals, of radioactive elements, of rare-earth metals, or of isotopes
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ƒ  Articles Admitted Conditionally
All products included in this chapter.
 
 
See Part II, §§ 2, 2.1, 2.4, 2.5, 2.7, 2.12 and 2.13.

 
 
 
Chapter 29
 
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Organic Chemicals
ƒ  Prohibited articles
29.03
2903.51
Hexachlorocyclohexane, lindane and their isomers salts
29.21
2921.46
Benzfetamine; salts thereof.
 
2921.49
Fenfluramine hydrochloride, and other aromatic monoamines and their derivatives;
 
 
salts thereof.
29.22
2922.19
Phenylpropanolamine, its salts and isomers.
 
2922.39
Other aminoaldehyde, aminoacetone, etc.
 
2922.50
Other amino-alcohol-phenols, amino-acid-phenols, etc.
29.32
2932.95
Tetrahydrocannabinol and its isomers, excluding dronabinol.
 
2932.99
Other heterocyclic compounds of heteroatoms of oxygen.
29.33
2933.33
Ketobemidone; salts thereof.
 
2933.39
Terfenadina, its salts and isomers, other heterocyclic compounds drugwith
 
 
pyridine, etc.
 
2933.55
Mecloqualone, methaqualone, zipeprol; salts thereof.
 
2933.59
Other psychotropic heterocyclic compounds.
29.36
2936.21
Etrectinate, its salts and isomers.
29.39
2939.11
Etorphine, heroin (diacetylmorphine); salts thereof.
 
2939.19
Other alkaloids drugs of opium and their derivatives; salts thereof.
 
2939.69
Lysergic, its salts and isomers.
 
2939.91
Cocaine, ecgonine and their salts; other sterile drugs and derivatives from cocaine
 
 
ecgonine.
 
2939.99
Other vegetable alkaloids (estricina and mescaline), naturals alkaloids, etc.
 
29.00
 
2900.00
ƒ  Articles Admitted Conditionally
Other drugs, psychotropic, anabolic steroids substances and chemical inputs, not
 
 
included in the prohibitions above, used in the preparation of these substances,
 
 
need a previous authorizatiowhen boarding abroad.
 
 
See Part II, §§ 2, 2.1 and 2.7.
29.33
2933.99
Other compound psychotropic substances, heterocyclic witpyrazine, ioliciclidine,
 
 
phenil-cicloexil (pyrrolidine) and salts thereof; other heterocyclic compounds
 
 
heteroatom of nitrogen. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.1.
 
Chapter 30
 
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Pharmaceutical products
ƒ  Prohibited articles
30.01
3001.00
Glands and other organotherapeutics, desiccated organs, whether or not
 
 
powdered; other human or animal substances prepared for therapeutic or
 
 
prophylactic uses.
30.02
3002.10
Antisera, other blood fractions, modified immunological products, whether or not
 
 
obtainebmeans of biotechnological processes.
 
3002.20
Vaccines for human medicine.
 
3002.90
Reagents of microbial origin for diagnostic uses; antitoxins of microbial origin;
 
 
tuberculin (veterinary products) and other microbial cultures and similar products
 
 
for human health; saxitoxine; ricin.
30.03
3003.00
Medicaments (excluding goods on headings 30.02, 30.05 or 30.06) consisting of
 
 
two or more constituents which have been mixed together for therapeutic or
 
 
prophylactic use, not put up in measured doses or in forms or packings for retail
 
 
sale.
30.04
3004.00
Medicaments (excluding goods on headings 30.02, 30.05 or 30.06) consisting of
 
 
mixed or unmixed products for therapeutic or prophylactic uses, put up in
 
 
measured doses (including those in the form of transdermal administration
 
 
systems) or in forms or packings for retail sale; a base dhyaluronic acid and its
 
 
salts for medical-hospital use.
 
30.02
 
3002.00
ƒ  Articles admitted conditionally
Pharmaceutical products derived from human blood in industrialised form;
 
 
products of human blood destined to clinical research in human beings and others.
 
 
See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.1.
30.05
3005.00
Wadding, gauze, bandages and similar articles put up in forms or packings for
 
 
retail sale. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.1.
30.06
3006.00
Pharmaceutical goods and preparations such as sterile surgical catguts, similar
 
 
sterile suture material; sterile laminaria; blood-grouping reagents destined to
 
 
determination; dental cements and other dental fillings; first-aid boxes and kits
 
 
garrisoned and others. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.1.
 
Chapter 31
 
 
Fertilizers
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3102.30
ƒ  Articles admitted conditionally
Ammonium nitrate, even in aqueous solution. See Part II, §§ 2, 2.1 and 2.7.

 
 
31.05                     3105.10          Ammonium nitrate in tablets or similar forms or in packages of a gross weight not exceeding 10 KG. See Part II, §§ 2, 2.4 and 2.7.
 
Chapter 32
 
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Tanning or dyeing extracts
ƒ  Articles admitted conditionally
32.01
3201.00
Tannins and their salts, ethers, esters and other derivatives used in food industry.
 
 
See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.1.
32.03
3203.00
Colouring matter of vegetable or animal origin, used in food industry. See Part II,
 
 
§§ 2 and 2.1.
32.04
3204.00
Synthetic organic colouring matter used only as colouring in food industry. See
 
 
Part II, §§ 2 and 2.1.
32.08
3208.90
Paints and varnishes containing nitrocellulose in solution from 10% to 20% by
 
 
weight.
 
 
See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.7.
 
Chapter 33
 
 
Essential oils and resinoids; perfumery, toilet or cosmetic
 
 
preparations
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3301.29
ƒ  Articles admitted conditionally
Essential oils, except citric essences ready for cosmetics or perfumes use;
 
 
sassafras oil or other essential oils containing safrole.
 
 
See Part II, §§ 2, 2.1 and 2.7.
33.02
3302.10
Mixtures of odoriferous substances with a basis of one or more of these
 
 
substances used in the food or drink industries. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.1.
 
3302.90
Other mixtures of odoriferous substances for perfumerand industry.
 
 
See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.1.
33.03
3303.00
Perfumes and toilet waters. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.1.
33.04
3304.00
Beauty or make-up preparations and sunscreen or sun tapreparations; manicure
 
 
or pedicure preparations. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.1.
33.05
3305.20
Hair preparations for veterinary use (except for 3505.20 and 3505.30 for human
 
 
use). See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.3.
33.06
3306.10
Dentifrices; dental floss; other preparations for oral or dentahygiene.
 
3306.20
See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.1.
 
3306.90
 
33.07
3307.00
Preparations for veterinary use to shear, personal deodorants; bath preparations
 
 
and others; room deodorisers, whether or not having disinfectant properties
 
 
(allowed for human use). See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.1.

 
 
Chapter 34
 
 
 
Soap, organic surface-active agents, washing preparations, lubricating preparations, artificial waxes, prepared waxes, polishing or scouring preparations, candles and similar articles, modelling pastes, “dental waxes” and dental preparations with a basis of plaster
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3401.00
ƒ  Articles admitted conditionally
Soap: perfumed in powdered or liquid forms; moistened handkerchiefs; wet
 
 
unmake-up discs; veterinary products and inputs thereof. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.1.
 
3401.11
Medicinal soaps for human and veterinary use. Other soaps and surfactant
 
 
cosmetic preparations and for veterinary use. See Part II, §§ 2, 2.1 and 2.3.
 
3401.20
Soap in the other forms of cosmetic preparations and for veterinary use.
 
 
See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.1.
 
3401.30
Organic surface-active products for skin washing, liquid or cream, put up for retail
 
 
sale. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.1.
34.02
3402.11
Organic anionic surface-active agents (other than soap) for the detergent sanitary
 
 
domain industry use; other anionic agents, whether or not put up for retail sale.
 
 
See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.1.
 
3402.20
Surfactant preparations for washing and cleaning, for sanitardomain use and
 
 
non-biodegradable detergent. See Part II, §§ 2, 2.1 and 2.4.
 
3402.90
Hydroalcoholic solutions or emulsions for domestic, industrial, professional, non
 
 
biodegradable detergent, laundry softener, anti-rusting, window cleaner,
 
 
bleaching, remover and medical-dental-hospital cleaning.
 
 
See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.1.
34.03
3403.00
Lubricating preparations, including cutting-oils and others.
 
 
See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.6.
34.90
3404.90
Wax for any kind of floor and for car use. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.6.
34.05
3405.10
Polishes, creams and similar preparations for footwear or leather. See Part II, §§ 2
 
 
and 2.1.
 
3405.20
Encaustic and similar preparations for wooden furniture, floors and other
 
 
woodwork maintenance and cleansing. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.1.
 
3405.40
Scouring pastes and powders and other scouring preparations. See Part II §§ 2
 
 
and 2.1.
 
3405.70
Modelling pastes (waxes) used in dentistror for children’s amusement.
 
 
See Part II §§ 2, 2.1 and 2.4.
 
Chapter 35
 
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Albuminoidal substances; modified starches; glues; enzymes
ƒ  Articles admitted conditionally
35.01
3501.00
Casein, caseinates and other casein derivatives for animals, human consumption
 
 
use or destined to food industry. See Part II, §§ 2, 2.1 and 2.3.
35.02
3502.00
Albumins, including concentrates of whey proteins.
 
 
See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.3.
35.03
3503.00
Gelatine of animal origin and its derivates treated with calcium oxide destined to
 
 
food industry and animal use and human consumption. See Part II, §§ 2, 2.1 and
 
 
2.3.
35.04
3504.00
Peptones and their derivates. See Part II, §§ 2, 2.1 and 2.3.
35.05
3505.10
Dextrin and other modified starches and glues, nitrostarch.
 
 
See Part II, §§ 2, 2.1 and 2.7.
35.06
3506.00
Glues and other adhesives used in the composition of cosmetic products. See Part
 
 
II, §§ 2 and 2.1.
 
3506.91
Rubber based adhesives with ludic aspect for children.
 
 
See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.1.
35.07
3507.90
Enzymes, rennet and their concentrates. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.1.
 
Chapter 36
 
 
Explosives; pyrotechnic products; matches; pyrophoric alloys;
 
 
certain combustible preparations
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All articles.
 
Chapter 37
 
 
Photographic or cinematographic goods
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3701.10
ƒ  Articles admitted conditionally
X-ray films (medical hospital). See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.1.
 
3701.30
Other plates and films with any side exceeding 255mm. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.4.
37.02
3702.10
X-ray films, without perforations, of a width not exceedin105 mm, in rolls and one
 
3702.20
face; X-ray films, two faces in roll. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.1.

 
 
37.06
 
3706.10
 
Cinematographic film exposed and developed, whether or not incorporating sound track. See Part II, § 2.8.
 
Chapter 38
 
 
Miscellaneous Chemical Products
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3804.00
ƒ  Prohibited articles
Bleach from the manufacture of cellulose, whether or not concentrated.
38.25
3825.00
Residues of the chemical and allied industries.
 
38.08
 
3808.00
ƒ  Articles admitted conditionally
Insecticides, fungicides, herbicides, disinfectants, plant-groinhibitor (except for
 
 
domestic use). See Part II, §§ 2, 2.1, 2.2, 2.3 and 2.4.
38.11
3811.00
Anti-knock preparations, oxidation inhibitors, peptizer additives and other prepared
 
 
additives. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.6.
38.14
3814.00
Solvents and organic compound diluents. See Part II, §§ 2, 2.6 and 2.7.
38.17
3817.00
Mixed alkylbenzenes and mixed alkylnaphthalenes. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.6.
38.21
3821.00
Prepared culture means for the development of microorganisms in human
 
 
medicine. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.1.
38.22
3822.00
Diagnostic or laboratorreagents containing radioactive material; veterinary use
 
 
products and their inputs. See Part II, §§ 2, 2.1, 2.3 and 2.13.
38.23
3823.11
Stearic acid and oleic acid. See Par II, §§ 2 and 2.1.
 
3823.12
 
38.24
3824.71
Mixtures containing trichlorinetacifluoretanand other mixtures containing acyclic
 
 
hydrocarbons perhalogenatewith fluor and chlorine. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.2.
 
3824.90
Other chemical goods to bused as manure and/or fertilizers, in food industry,
 
 
liquid sweetener and organs preservation.
 
 
See Part II, §§ 2, 2.1, 2.2, 2.3 and 2.7.
 
Section VII – Plastics and Articles thereof; rubber and articles thereof
 
 
Chapter 39
 
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Plastics and articles thereof
ƒ  Articles admitted conditionally
39.04
3904.10
Poly (vinyl chloride) obtained bsuspension process. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.4.
39.06
3906.90
Other polymers to be used as corrective and fertilizers. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.3.
39.07
3907.60
Poly (ethylene terephthalate). See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.4.
 
3907.99
Pol(epsilon caprolactam and other polyesters, in liquid and doughs). See Part II,
 
 
§§ 2 and 2.5.
39.10
3910.00
Silicones in primary forms for medical-dental-hospital use.
 
 
See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.1.
39.12
3912.20
Cellulose nitrates (including collodions). See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.7.
39.15
3915.00
Waste, parings and scrap of plastics. See Part II, §§2 and 2.2.
39.17
3917.23
Tubes and accessories of plastics (joints, elbows, flanges and unions) of polymers
 
 
of vinyl chloride (plasticised PVC pipe). See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.4.
 
3917.32
Other tubes of plastic capillaries for haemodialysis or blood oxygenation and other
 
 
not reinforced with other materials. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.1.
 
3917.40
Accessories for plastic tubes used in haemodialysis. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.1.
39.19
3919.90
Self-adhesive plates, sheets, strip, tape of plastics, whether or not in rolls.
 
 
See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.1.
39.20
3920.20
Other plates, sheets, etc., of polymers of propylene. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.1.
39.21
3921.00
Other plates, sheets, film, etc., used in ballistics armour.
 
 
See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.7.
39.23
3923.10
Cases of plastic for discs with laser reading. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.4.
 
3923.30
Carboys, bottles, frasks and similar articles of plastic (nursing bottles) used in food
 
 
industry. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.1.
 
3923.90
Other articles of plastic such as baby bottles, babbottles’ nipples, pacifiers and
 
 
teething ring. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.1.
39.26
3926.20
Clothing accessories (gloves, mittens and mitts) and similar for medical use. See
 
 
Part II, §§ 2 and 2.1.
 
3926.90
Plastic bags for medicinal use in haemodialysis and the like, accessories, fillers,
 
 
etc.; blood filter, intrauterindevice; plastic shield laminated. See Part II, §§ 2, 2.1
 
 
and 2.7.

 
 
 
Chapter 40
 
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Rubber and articles thereof
ƒ  Articles admitted conditionally
40.02
4002.51
Latex, polymetric mixtures composeby aculico-polybentadiene acid.
 
 
See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.7.
40.04
4004.00
Waste, parings and scrap of rubber not hardened.
 
 
See Part II, § 2 and 2.2.
40.11
4011.00
Nepneumatic tyres of rubber used on every kind of vehicles (including
 
 
motorcycles, bicycles, etc.) See Part II, §§ 2, 2.2 and 2.4.
40.12
4012.00
Retreated or used pneumatic tyres of rubber for several types of vehicles.
 
 
See Part II, §§ 2, 2.2 and 2.4.
40.13
4013.00
Inner tubes of rubber for several types of vehicles. See Part II, §§ 2, 2.2 and 2.4.
40.14
4014.10
Condoms. See Part II, §§ 2, 2.1 and 2.4.
 
4014.90
Baby bottles, pacifiers, teething rings, baby bottles’ nipples. See Part II, §§ 2, 2.2
 
 
and 2.4.
40.15
4015.11
Glove, mittens and mitts and similar of rubber for surgical and other uses.
 
4015.19
See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.1.
 
4015.90
 
 
Section VIII – Raw hides and skins, leather, furskins and articles thereof; saddlery and harness; travel goods, handbags and similarcontainers; articles of animal gut
 
Chapter 41
 
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Raw hideand skins (other than furskins) and leather
ƒ  Articles admitted conditionally
41.01 – 41.02
 
Raw hides and skins of bovine, of equine or of sheep, fresh or salted, dried, etc.,
 
 
but not tanned or further prepared. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.3.
41.03
4103.10
Raw hides and skins of lambs and reptiles, fresh, salted, dried, etc., but not tanned
 
4103.20
or further prepared. See Part II, §§ 2, 2.2 and 2.3.
 
4103.30
 
41.07
4107.00
Leather of bovine or equine further prepared after tanningparchment or drying.
 
 
See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.2.
 
Chapter 42
 
 
Articles of leather; saddlery and harness; travel goods, handbags
 
 
and similar containers; articles of animal gut
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4200.00
ƒ  Articles admitted conditionally
Articles manufactured of wild animals gut. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.2.
 
Chapter 43
 
 
Furskins and articles thereof; artificial furskin
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4301.00
ƒ  Articles admitted conditionally
Raw hides and skins (furskins), including heads, tails, etc.
 
 
See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.3.
 
Section IX – Wood and articles of wood, wood charcoal, cork and articles of cork;
manufactures of esparto or basketware and wickerwork
 
Chapter 44
 
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Wood and articles of wood; wood charcoal
ƒ  Articles admitted conditionally
44.01
4401.00
Fuel wood in any form; wood in chips or in particles. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.3.
44.03
4403.00
Wood in the rough, whether or not stripped, alburned or squared.
 
 
See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.3.
44.04
4404.00
Hoopwood; split or pointed pickets. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.3.
44.06
4406.00
Sleepers of wood for railways or similar. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.3.
44.07
4407.24
Wood sawn or chipped lengthwise of the species, ramin and prunus Africans. See
 
 
Part II, §§ 2 and 2.2.
44.14
4414.00
Wooden frames for paintings, photographs, mirrors or similar objects. See Part II,
 
 
§§ 2 and 2.2.
44.17
4417.00
Tools. Tool bodies, tool handles, broom or brush bodies and handles; boot or shoe
 
 
lasts and trees, of wood. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.3.
44.19
4419.00
Wood artefacts for kitchen table. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.3.
44.20
4420.00
Wood marquetry and inlaiwood; coffer, caskets and cases for jewellery or
 
 
cutlery, and similar articles, owood; statuettes and other ornaments, of wood;
 
 
wooden articles or furniture (not falling in chapter 94). See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.3.
44.21
4421.00
Other articles of wood (clothes hanger, etc.). See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.3.

 
 
 
Chapter 45
 
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Cork and articles of cork
ƒ  Articles admitted conditionally
45.01
4501.00
Natural Cork, raw or just prepared; waste cork; crushed, granulated or ground
 
 
cork. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.3.
45.02
4502.00
Natural Cork, debacked or roughly squared, or in rectangular blocks, plates,
 
 
sheets or strip. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.3.
 
Chapter 46
 
Manufactures of esparto or basketware
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ƒ  Articles admitted conditionally
Plaits and similar products of plaiting materials and their products. See Part II, §§
 
 
2 and 2.3.
 
Section X – Pulp of wood or other fibrous cellulose material; waste and scrap of paper or paperboard; paper and paperboard and articles thereof
 
Chapter 48
 
Paper and paperboardarticles of paper pulp, of paper or of paperboard
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ƒ  Articles admitted conditionally
Multiple layers paper and paperboard. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.4.
48.18
4818.20
Tissues, including cleansinor facial tissues and towels; sanitary napkins and
 
 
tampons, diapers and similar articles. See Part II, §§ 2, 2.1.
48.19
4819.00
Packages for food products, including those of recycled paper.
 
 
See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.3.
 
Chapter 49
 
 
Printed books, newspapers, pictures and other products of the
 
 
printing industry; manuscripts, typescripts and plans
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4907.00
ƒ  Prohibited articles
Banknotes, cheque to bearer and stamps not obliterated.
 
49.03
 
4903.00
ƒ  Articles admitted conditionally
Children’s picture, drawing or colouring books. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.4.
49.08
4908.90
Transfers (decalcomanias) of any kind. (other than  the coloured or illustrated
 
 
adhesives of paper/plastic for children). See Part II §§ 2 and 2.4.
 
Section XI – Textiles and textile articles
 
Chapter 50
 
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ƒ  Articles admitted conditionally
50.01
5001.00
Silk-worm cocoons suitable for reeling. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.3.
50.07
5007.10
Woven fabrics made of bourrette (noil silk), printed with colourful yarn and other
 
 
silk fabrics. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.4.
 
5007.20
Other fabrics, containing 85% or more bweight of silk or of silk waste (other than
 
 
bourrette – noil silk). See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.4.
 
Chapter 52
 
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Cotton
ƒ  Articles admitted conditionally
52.01
5201.00
Cotton not carded or combed. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.3.
52.02
5202.00
Cotton waste, including yarn waste and granetted stock. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.3.
52.09
5209.31
Dyed woven fabrics of plain weave weighing more than 280g/m2. See Part II, §§ 2
 
 
and 2.4.
52.09
5209.42
Woven fabrics of “indigo blue” cotton, weighing more tha200g/m2. See Part II,
 
 
§§ 2 and 2.4.
52.11
5211.42
Woven fabrics of “indigo blue” cotton and other woven fabrics of “denim”, weighing
 
 
not more than 200g/m2. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.4.
 
Chapter 53
 
 
Othevegetable textile fibres; paper yarn and woven fabrics of paper
 
 
yarn
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Other vegetable textile fibres. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.3.
53.10
5310.10
Woven fabrics of jute (crus) or of other fabrics of jute or other textile bast fibres.
 
 
See Part II, §§ 2, 2.3 and 2.4.

 
 
 
 
Chapter 54
 
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Man-made filaments; strip and the like of man-made textile materials
ƒ  Articles admitted conditionally
54.02
5402.20
High tenacity yarn of polyesters. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.4.
 
5402.31
Textured yarn of nylon or other polyamides, measuring per single yarn not more
 
 
than 50 tex. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.4.
 
5402.33
Textured yarn of polyesters. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.4.
 
5402.41
Yarn of nyloor of other polyamides, and of polyesters, partially orienteand
 
5402.42
other. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.4.
 
5402.43
 
 
5402.49
Other yarn, single, with a twist exceeding 50 turns per metre.
 
 
See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.4.
54.07
5407.10
Woven fabrics obtained from high tenacity yarn, of nylon or other polyamides or of
 
 
polyesters (bullet proof). See Part II, §§ 2, 2.4 and 2.7.
 
5407.20
Woven fabrics obtained from strip or the like. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.4.
 
5407.30
Fabrics constituted by cloaks of textile parallel yarns.
 
 
See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.4.
 
5407.41
Other woven fabrics unbleached, bleached, dyed, of yarns of different colours and
 
5407.42
printed. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.4.
 
5407.43
 
 
5407.44
 
 
5407.51
Other woven fabrics of textured polyesters filaments unbleached, bleacheddyed,
 
5407.52
of yarns of different colours and printed. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.4.
 
5407.53
 
 
5407.54
 
 
5407.60
Textured fabrics. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.4.
 
5407.71
Woven fabrics of synthetic filaments. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.4.
 
5407.72
 
 
5407.73
 
 
5407.74
 
 
5407.81
Other woven fabrics of synthetic filaments, containing less than 85bweight,
 
5407.82
mixed, mainly or solelywith cotton unbleached, bleached, dyed, of yarns of
 
5407.83
different colours and printed. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.4.
 
5407.84
 
 
5407.91
Other woven fabrics of synthetic filaments, unbleached, bleached, dyed, of yarns
 
5407.92
of different colours and printed. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.4.
 
5407.93
 
 
5407.94
 
54.08
5408.21
Other woven fabrics containing, 85% or more, bweight, of artificial filaments or
 
5408.22
strip or the like – unbleached, bleached, dyed, and of yarns of different colours
 
5408.23
and printed. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.4.
 
5404.24
 
 
Chapter 55
 
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55.03
5503.20
Synthetic staple fibres of polyesters. See Part II, § 2 and 2.4.
55.04
5504.10
Artificial staple fibres of viscose rayon. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.4.
55.08
5508.10
Sewing thread of synthetic or artificial staple fibres, whether or not put up for retail
 
 
sale. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.4.
55.09
5509.21
Single yarn containing 85%, bweight, of synthetic staple fibres of polyesters or
 
5509.22
acrylic or modacrylic fibres, multiple (folded) or cabled yarn. See Part II, §§ 2 and
 
5509.32
2.4.
 
5509.51
Other yarns of polyester staple fibres mixed, mainly or solelwith wool or fine
 
5509.59
animal hair. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.4.
55.10
5510.11
Single yarn containing 85%, bweight, of artificial staple fibres or multiple (folded)
 
5510.12
or cabled yarn. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.4.
55.12
5512.91
Woven fabrics containing 85% or more, bweight of polyester staple fibres
 
5512.99
unbleached, bleached and other bullet proof. See Part II, §§ 2, 2.4 and 2.7.
55.13
5513.11
Woven fabrics unbleached, bleached, dyed or printed, of polyester staple fibres,
 
5513.13
plaiweave and other. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.4.
 
5513.21
 
 
5513.41
 
55.15
5515.11
Woven fabrics of synthetic staple fibres of acrylic or modacrylic fibres, polyester,
 
5515.12
mixed, mainly or solely with viscose rayon, man-made filaments. See Part II, §§ 2
 
5515.21
and 2.4.
 
5515.91
 

 
 
55.16
 
5516.12
 
Woven fabrics dyed and printed, containing 85% or more, bweight, of artificial
 
5516.13
staple fibres. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.4.
 
5516.14
 
 
5516.21
Woven fabrics crus or bleached, dyed, of yarns of different colours and printed,
 
5516.22
containing less than 85%, bweight, of artificial staple fibres.
 
5516.23
See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.4.
 
5516.24
 
 
Chapter 56
 
 
Wadding, felt and non-wovens; special yarns; twine, cordage, ropes
 
 
and cableand articles thereof.
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5601.20
ƒ  Articles admitted conditionally
Sanitarnapkin and tampons, diapers and similar sanitararticles, of wadding and
 
5601.21
of cotton. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.1.
56.03
5603.11
Fabrics laminated and bullet proof. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.7.
 
5603.13
 
 
5603.14
 
56.08
5608.11
Nets of synthetic or artificial textile materials made up fishing and of meshes for
 
5608.19
capture of wild birds. See Part II, §§ 2, 2.2 and 2.4.
 
5608.90
 
 
Chapter 58
 
 
Special woven fabrics; tufted textile fabrics; lace; tapestries;
 
 
trimmings; embroidery
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5801.21
ƒ  Articles admitted conditionally
Velvets and plush obtained by frame-up, uncut, cut, corduroy and other. See Part
 
5801.22
II, §§ 2 and 2.4.
 
5801.23
 
58.04
5804.29
Mechanically made lace and other textile materials. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.4.
58.06
5806.10
Velvet tapes, plush, chenille fabrics, towelling and other tapes, containing 5% or
 
5806.20
more, bweight, of elastomeriyarn or rubber thread; other woven fabrics of man-
 
5806.32
made fibres and of other textile materials. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.4.
 
5806.39
 
58.08
5808.10
Braids in the piece; trimming and ornamental articles and similar articles. See Part
 
5808.90
II, §§ 2 and 2.4.
58.10
5810.10
Chemical or air embroidery and embroiderwithout visible ground; other
 
5810.91
embroidery of cotton, of synthetic or artificial fibres and other textile materials. See
 
5810.92
Part II, §§ 2 and 2.4.
 
5810.99
 
 
Chapter 59
 
 
Impregnated, coated, covered or laminated textile fabrics; textile
 
 
articles of kind suitable for industrial use
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5903.10
ƒ  Articles admitted conditionally
Textile fabrics impregnated, coated, covered or laminated with poly (vinyl chloride)
 
5903.90
and other textile fabrics of bullet proof. See Part II, §§ 2, 2.4 and 2.7.
59.11
5911.10
Textile fabrics, felt and coverewith felt, combined with one or more layers of
 
5911.40
leather or other materials; textile fabrics of bullet proof; filter textile fabrics and
 
 
textile fabrics of bullets proof. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.7.
 
Chapter 60
 
 
Knitted or crocheted fabrics
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6001.10
ƒ  Articles Admitted Conditionally
Knitted or crocheted fabrics denominated as “long hair” or “long shag” and other
 
6001.92
knitted or crocheted fabrics of velvet and push; synthetic or artificial fibres. See
 
 
Part II, §§ 2 and 2.4.
60.04
6004.10
Knitted or crocheted fabrics of synthetic or artificial fibres of a width exceeding 30
 
6004.90
cm, containing bweight 5% or more of elastomeric yarn or rubber thread and
 
 
other synthetic or artificial textile fabrics. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.4.
60.05
6005.31
Warp knit fabrics of synthetic fibres, crus or bleached or dyed. See Part II, §§ 2
 
6005.32
and 2.4.
60.06
6006.31
Other synthetic or artificial knitted or crocheted fabrics, unbleached or bleached,
 
6006.32
dyed, of yarns and prints of different colours. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.4.
 
6006.33
 
 
6006.34
 
 
6006.41
 
 
6006.42
 
 
6006.43
 
 
6006.44
 

 
 
 
 
Chapter 61
 
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Articles of apparel and clothing accessories, knitted or crocheted
ƒ  Articles admitted conditionally
61.01
6101.20
Men’s or boys’ overcoats, and similar, knitted or crocheted, of cotton, of man-
 
6101.30
made fibres or of other textile materials. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.4.
 
6101.90
 
61.02
6102.00
Women’s or girls’ overcoats or similar, knitted or crocheted owool or fine animal
 
 
hair, of cotton, of man-made fibres and of other textile materials. See Part II, §§ 2
 
 
and 2.4.
61.03
6103.23
Men’s or boys’ suits and ensembles of synthetic fibres, trousers, bib anbrace
 
 
overalls and shorts of wool or fine animal hair, of cotton, of synthetic fibres and
 
 
other textile materials. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.4.
61.04
6104.23
Women’s or girls’ ensembles, dresses, blazers, etc., of synthetic fibres; trousers,
 
6104.33
bib and brace overalls, shorts of cotton and synthetic fibres. See Part II, §§2 and
 
6104.62
2.4.
 
6104.63
 
61.05
6105.10
Men’s or boys’ shirt, knitted or crocheted, of cotton, of man-made fibres and of
 
6105.20
other textile materials. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.4.
 
6105.90
 
61.06
6106.10
Women’s or girls’ blouses, shirts and similar, knitted or crocheted, of cotton, of
 
6106.20
man-made fibres and other textile materials. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.4.
 
6106.90
 
61.09
6109.10
T-shirts, knitted or crocheted, of cotton and other textile materials. See Part II, §§ 2
 
6109.90
and 2.4.
61.10
6110.11
Jerseys, pullovers, waistcoats and similar articles, knitted or crocheted, made of
 
6110.12
wool, of cashmere goats’ fine hair, of cotton, man-made fibres and other textile
 
6110.19
materials. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.4.
 
6110.20
 
 
6110.30
 
 
6110.90
 
61.12
6112.12
Track suits of synthetic fibres. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.4.
61.13
6113.00
Special complete garments for protection against explosive artifacts.
 
 
See Part II, §§ 2, 2.4 and 2.7.
61.14
6114.30
Garments knitted or crocheted of man-made fibres. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.4.
61.15
6115.91
Panty hose, stockings and similar, knitted or crocheted, of other textile materials.
 
6115.99
See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.4.
61.17
6117.10
Shawls, scarves, mufflers, etc., knitted or crocheted. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.4.
 
Chapter 62
 
Articles of apparel and clothing accessories, not knitted or crocheted
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6201.11
ƒ  Articles admitted conditionally
Men’s or boys’ overcoats, car-coats, raincoats, capes, cloaks and similar articles
 
6201.12
and other, of wool or of fine animal hair, of cotton, of man-made fibres and of other
 
6201.13
textile materials. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.4.
 
6201.19
 
 
6201.91
 
 
6201.92
 
 
6201.93
 
 
6201.99
 
62.02
6202.11
Women’s or girls’ overcoats, raincoats, car-coats and similar articles another, of
 
6202.12
wool or of fine animal hair, of cotton, of man-made fibres and of other textile
 
6202.13
materials. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.4.
 
6202.19
 
 
6202.91
 
 
6202.92
 
 
6202.93
 
 
6202.99
 
62.03
6203.12
Men’s or boys’ suits, ensembles and jackets of synthetic fibres and of other textile
 
6203.19
materials. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.4.
 
6203.23
 
 
6203.33
 
 
6203.39
 

 
 
62.04
 
6204.22
 
Women’s or girls’ suits, ensembles, blazers, dresses, skirts, and similar articles, of
 
6204.23
cotton, of synthetic fibres and of other textile materials. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.4.
 
6204.29
 
 
6204.33
 
 
6204.44
 
 
6204.53
 
 
6204.59
 
 
6204.63
 
 
6204.69
 
62.05
6205.00
Men’s or boys’ shirts. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.4.
62.06
6206.00
Women’s or girls’ blouses, shirts, shirt-blouses. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.4.
62.09
6209.30
Babies’ garments and clothing accessories. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.4.
62.10
6210.00
Other men’s or boys’ garments or other women’s or girls’ garments. See Part II, §§
 
 
2 and 2.4.
62.11
6211.00
Men’s or boys’ swimwear or women’s or girls swimwear. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.4.
62.12
6212.10
Brassieres and bustier, whether or not knitted or crocheted. See Part II, §§ 2 and
 
 
2.4.
62.14
6214.90
Shawls, scarves, mufflers and similar articles, of cotton or of other textile
 
 
materials. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.4.
 
Chapter 63
 
Other made up textile articles; sets, worn clothing and worn textile articles; rags
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6301.40
ƒ  Articles admitted conditionally
Blankets (other than electric blankets) and travelling rugs of synthetic fibres;
 
6301.90
ballistic blanket for bombs’ chocking. See Part II, §§ 2, 2.4 and 2.7.
63.05
6305.10
Sacks and bags of any kind for the packinof jute or other textile bast fibres. See
 
 
Part II, §§ 2 and 2.4.
63.07
6307.00
Donated articles for medical, dental or hospital use.
 
 
See Part II, §§ 2, 2.1 and 2.4.
 
6307.90
Bullet proof vests and ballistic shields. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.7.
63.09
6309.00
Worn textile articles, clothing, footwear, headgear and the like. See Part II, §§ 2,
 
 
2.1 and 2.4.
 
Section XII – Footwear, headgear and the like, umbrellas, sun umbrellas, walking- sticks, whips and parts thereof; prepared feathers and articles thereof; artificial flowers; articles of human hair
 
Chapter 64
 
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Footwear, gaiters and the like, parts of such articles
ƒ  Articles admitted conditionally
64.01
6401.00
Footwear madwith hide of wild animals.
 
 
See Part II, § 2 and 2.2.
 
6401.10
Footwear incorporating a protective metal toe-cap; other footwear covering the
 
 
ankle but not covering the knee. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.4.
64.02
6402.12
Sports footwear used for snow skiing and surfing, with sole of rubber or plastic and
 
6402.19
similar. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.4.
 
6402.20
 
 
6402.91
 
64.03
6403.00
Sports footweawith sole of rubberplastics, leather anuppers of leather. See
 
 
Part II, § 2 and 2.4.
64.04
6404.00
Sports footwear and other footwear with soles of rubber, plastics, leather and
64.05
6405.00
uppers of textile materials. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.4.
 
Chapter 65
 
Headgearand parts thereof
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6500.00
ƒ  Articles admitted conditionally
Headgears made with leather of wild animals. See Part II, § 2 and 2.2.
65.06
6506.10
Safetheadgear for motorcycle drivers and similar; ballistic protection headgear.
 
 
See Part II, §§ 2, 2.4 and 2.7.

 
 
 
Chapter 67
 
 
 
Prepared feathers and down and articles made of feathers or of downartificial flowers; articles of human hair
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6700.00
ƒ  Articles admitted conditionally
Articles made of feather of wild birds. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.2.
67.03
6703.00
Human hair thinned, bleached, etc., wool, hair and other materials, prepared for
 
 
use in making wings and for human use. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.1.
67.04
6704.20
Wigs, false beards, eyebrows and eyelashes and other similar articles of hair. See
 
 
Part II, §§ 2 and 2.1.
 
Section XIII – Articles of stone, plaster, cement, asbestos, mica or similar materials;
ceramic products; glass and glassware
 
Chapter 69
 
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Ceramic Products
ƒ  Articles admitted conditionally
69.11
6911.10
Tableware, kitchenware, other household articles of porcelain. See Part II, §§ 2
 
 
and 2.4.
69.12
6912.00
Ceramic Tableware, kitchenware, other household articles, other than porcelain.
 
 
See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.4.
 
Chapter 70
 
 
Glass and glassware
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70.07
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7007.11
ƒ  Articles admitted conditionally
Toughened (tempered) glass for motor vehicles, aircraft, vessels and other
 
7007.19
vehicles; laminated glasses; plywood glasses. See Part II, §§ 2, 2.4 and 2.7.
 
7007.21
 
 
7007.29
 
70.13
7013.00
Glassware of a kind used for table, kitchen, toilet, office or similar purposes. See
 
 
Part II, §§ 2 and 2.4.
70.17
7017.10
Laboratory, Hygienic, pharmaceutical and syringe glassware. See Part II, §§ 2 and
 
7017.20
2.1.
 
7017.90
 
 
Section XIV – Natural or cultured pearls, precious or semi-precious stones, precious metals, metals clad with precious metal and articles thereof; imitation jewellery; coin
 
Chapter 71
 
Natural or cultured pearls, precious or semi-precious stones, precious metals, metals clad with precious metal, and articles thereof; imitation jewellery; coin
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7108.00
ƒ  Prohibited articles
Gold (including gold platewith platinum) for monetary use.
 
71.02
 
7102.10
ƒ  Articles admitted conditionally
Diamonds, whether or not worked, but not mounted or set, unsorted, industrial or
 
7102.21
non-industrial, unworked or simply sawn, cleaved or bruted. See Part II, §§ 2 and
 
7102.31
2.9.
71.12
7112.99
Waste and scrap of precious metal. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.2.
 
Section XV – Base metal and articles of base metal
 
Chapter 82
 
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Tools, cutlery, spoons and forks, and parts thereof, of base metal
ƒ  Articles admitted conditionally
82.02
8202.99
Other straight saw blades, toothless for working stone.
 
 
See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.4.
82.05
8205.59
Other household hand tools; tools (pistols) which work bdetonating cartridges.
 
 
See Part II, §§ 2, 2.4 and 2.7.
82.07
8207.50
Tools for drilling, drills of diamond-coated metal for metal drilling.
 
 
See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.4.
82.08
8208.90
Other cutting blades for machines or for mechanical appliances. See Part II, §§ 2
 
 
and 2.4.
 
Chapter 83
 
Miscellaneous articles of base metal
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83.01                    8301.10          Padlocks and locks. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.4
 
Section XVI – Machinery and mechanical appliances; electrical equipment; parts thereof; sound recorders and reproducers, television image and sound recorders and reproducers, and parts and accessories of such articles
 
Chapter 84
 
Nuclear reactors, boilers, machinerand mechanical appliances;
parts thereof
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8479.81
ƒ  Prohibited articles
Equipment for production and reload of ammunitions and of chemical agents of
 
8479.89
war.
 
84.14
 
8414.51
ƒ  Articles admitted conditionally
Table, floor, wall, window, ceiling or roof fans, with a self-contained electric motor,
 
 
of an output not exceeding 12W. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.4.
84.15
8415.10
Air conditioning machines of window or wall types used for persons anparts
 
8415.81
thereof. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.10.
 
8415.82
 
 
8415.83
 
84.19
8419.20
Medical, surgical or laboratory sterilisers. See Part II, § 2 and 2.1.
84.23
8423.10
Personal weighing machines and household scales. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.4.
 
8423.81
 
 
8423.90
 
84.70
8470.99
Postage-franking machines. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.11.
84.76
8476.89
Automatic postage-vending machines and its parts.
 
8476.90
See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.11.
 
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Electrical machinery and equipment and parts thereof; sound
 
 
recorders and reproducers; television image and sound recorders
 
 
and reproducers and parts and accessories of such articles
Heading
85.14
HS Code
8514.40
ƒ  Prohibited articles
Equipment to produce and reload ammunitions.
 
85.06
 
8506.10
ƒ  Articles admitted conditionally
Primarcells and primary batteries. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.2.
 
8506.30
 
 
8506.80
 
 
8506.90
 
85.18
8518.10
Microphones and stands thereof; loudspeakers in general. See Part II, §§ 2 and
 
8518.21
2.4.
 
8518.22
 
 
8518.29
 
85.19
8519.00
Sound recording apparatus. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.4.
85.25
8525.40
Equipment with night vision device. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.7.
85.27
8527.12
Radio-broadcast apparatus receivers, such as pocket-size radio cassette-players
 
8527.13
and other.
 
8527.19
See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.4.
85.31
8531.10
Electric fire alarms and other apparatus, which contain radioactive material. See
 
8531.90
Part II, §§ 2 and 2.13.
85.36
8536.50
Switches, sectioned and other. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.4.
 
8536.90
 
85.39
8539.31
Discharge lamps, other than ultra-violet lamps, fluorescent, hot cathodand other
 
8539.39
parts. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.10.
 
8539.90
 
85.40
8540.20
Television camera tubes. See Part II, §§ 2 and 2.4.
85.48
8548.10
Waste and scrap of primarcells, primary batteries and similar. See Part II, §§ 2
 
 
and 2.2.
 
Section XVIII – Optical, photographic, cinematographic, measuring, checking or precision instruments and apparatus; medical or surgical instruments and apparatus; clocks and watches; musical instruments; parts and accessories thereof
 
 
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