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Customs and Excise Act, 1964 - Tariff Amendments for Schedules Nos. 1, 2, 4 and 8 Published

20 December 2013   (0 Comments)
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Author: SARS Legal and Policy

SARS published the following tariff amendments on the 20th of December 2013:

  1. GG 37155, R.1025: ​Imposition of provisional payment in relation to anti-dumping on disodium carbonate imported from the United States of America produced by OCI Chemical Corporation; TATA Chemicals (SODA ASH) Partners Inc. (TCSAP); as well as other manufacturers excluding that produced by TATA Chemicals (SODA ASH) Partners Inc. (TCSAP) and OCI Chemical Corporation.
  2. ​​GG 37155, R.1024: ​Imposition of provisional payment in relation to anti-dumping duty on frozen potato chips or French fries originating in or imported from Belgium and produced by Clarebout Potatoes N.V; all other manufacturers excluding Clarebout Potatoes N.V.; and originating in or imported from the Netherlands, excluding that produced by Lamb Weston/Meijer V.O.F.
  3. GG 37154, R.1011: Schedule No. 8 - Reduction of all licence fees to a rate of "free".
  4. GG 37154, R.1010: ​Part 2 of Schedule No. 4 - Deletion of rebate item 460.11/00.00/05.00 upon request of the Minister of Trade and Industry.
  5. GG 37154, R.1009: Part 1 of Schedule No. 4 - Deletion of rebate items 412.25/00.00/01.00 and 412.25/00.00/02.00 upon request of the Minister of Trade and Industry.
  6. GG 37154, R.1008: The General Notes to Schedule No. 1 is amended as follows:
    1. General Note K.5(a) and (b) and General Note 6(a) and (b) are deleted.
    2. General Note K.5 and General Note 6 are substituted as a consequence to the expiry of the MMTZ quota agreement.
  7. ​​GG 37154, R.1007: ​Part 1 of Schedule No. 1 - Substitution of tariff subheading 3920.91 in order to replace EFTA phase-down amendment thereof.
  8. GG 37154, R.1006: ​Part 1 of Schedule No. 1 - Substitution of tariff subheading 3920.91 to reduce the rate of duty on polyvinyl butyral from 10% to free - ITAC Report 448.

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