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Notices in relation to amendments in Part 1 of Schedule No. 1 and Schedule No. 2

11 April 2014   (0 Comments)
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The Tariff Amendments are made in terms of the Customs and Excise Act, 1964 by Notice in the Gazette.

Part 1 of Schedule No. 1 - Increase in the rate of customs duty on coated fine paper from "free" to 5% - ITAC Report 499:

Please click here to view notice R.272

​Schedule No. 2 - Amendment of Part 1 by the termination of anti-dumping duties on the under-mentioned items with effect from 12 February 2014 up to and including 13 February 2014 - ITAC Report 462:

  1. stranded wire with a diameter of less than 12.7mm originating from the PRC;
  2. stranded wire originating in or imported from the UK, Germany and Korea;
  3. ropes and cables with a diameter of not more than 32mm originating in or imported from the UK and Germany;
  4. ropes and cables originating in or imported from the PRC and Korea.

Please click here to view notice R.273

Schedule No. 2 - Amendment of Part 1 by the termination of anti-dumping duties on the under-mentioned items with effect from 14 February 2014 - ITAC Report 462:

  1. stranded wire with a diameter of less than 12.7mm originating from the PRC;
  2. stranded wire originating in or imported from the UK, Germany and Korea;
  3. ropes and cables with a diameter of not more than 32mm originating in or imported from the UK and Germany;
  4. originating in or imported from the UK and Germany;ropes and cables originating in or imported from the PRC and Korea.

Please click here to view notice R.274

Schedule No. 2 - Amendment of Part 2 by the termination of the countervailing duty on stranded wire, ropes and cables originating in or imported from India with effect from 12 February 2014 up to and including 13 February 2014 - ITAC Report 462:

Please click here to view notice R.275

Schedule No. 2 - Amendment of Part 2 by the termination of the countervailing duty on stranded wire, ropes and cables originating in or imported from India - ITAC Report 462:

Please click here to view notice R.276

Schedule No. 3 - Creation of new rebate provision for cranberry fruit juice concentrate, used in the manufacture of mixtures of fruit juice - ITAC Report 450:

Please click here to view notice R.277



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