Rs 0.632.311.181.1 Agricultural Agreement Of 7 August 2006 Between The Switzerland And The States Of The Sacu (With Annexes)

Original Language Title: RS 0.632.311.181.1 Accord agricole du 7 août 2006 entre la Suisse et les Etats de la SACU (avec annexes)

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0.632.311.181.1 translation agreement on agriculture between the Switzerland and the States of the SACU concluded August 7, 2006, approved by the Federal Assembly on 12 March 2007 Instrument of ratification deposited by the Switzerland on 10 April 2007, entered into force for the Switzerland may 1, 2008 (State on May 1, 2008) art. 1 1. This agreement on trade in agricultural goods (hereinafter referred to as 'this agreement') between the Republic of Botswana, the Kingdom of Lesotho, the Republic of Namibia, the Republic of South Africa and the Kingdom of Swaziland, which form together the Southern African Customs Union (hereinafter collectively referred to as "SACU" or individually 'The SACU States'), on the one hand, and the Swiss Confederation (hereinafter "Switzerland") other hand, jointly referred to as hereinafter the 'Parties', is concluded in conformity and in connection with the concluded free trade agreement in 2006 between the EFTA and SACU States (hereinafter referred to as 'Free trade agreement'), in particular with his art. 6. this agreement is part of the instruments establishing the of the EFTA-SACU free trade zone.
2. this agreement applies also to the Principality of Liechtenstein as long as the customs union treaty of 29 March 1923 between the Switzerland and the Principality of Liechtenstein remains in force.

RS 0.632.311.181 RS 0.631.112.514 s. 2 1. SACU grant tariff concessions to agricultural products originating in Switzerland in accordance with Annex I. 2. The Switzerland grant tariff concessions to agricultural products originating in the SACU in accordance with annex II. In addition, the Switzerland continues to grant to States of the SACU meeting the criteria for least developed countries (hereinafter referred to as "PMA"), according to the list approved by the economic and social Council (ECOSOC) of the the United Nations Conference on trade and development (UNCTAD), the tariff benefits of the generalized system of preferences of the Switzerland (hereinafter referred to as the 'Swiss GSP'). This commitment is stated as follows: the legal instrument by which the Swiss Parliament authorizes the federal Council to grant tariff benefits under the Swiss GSP will expire on February 28, 2007. If this permission is extended, the granting of tariff benefits to LDCs under the Swiss GSP will continue to apply.

SR 632.91 it is implied that the granting of tariff benefits to LDCs under the Swiss GSP in relation to this paragraph applies to all agricultural products as defined in annex I of the agreement on agriculture of the WTO.

S. 3 1. Subject to the provisions of paras. 2 and 3, rules of origin and customs cooperation provisions that are applicable to trade covered by this agreement are contained respectively in Annexes V and VI of the free trade agreement. Any reference is being made to 'The EFTA States' applies to the Switzerland.
2. with regard to this agreement, art. 3 of annex V of the free trade agreement shall apply mutatis mutandis to the SACU and the Switzerland.
3. the art. 34 of annex V of the free trade agreement does not apply to this agreement.
4. the preferential treatment granted by Switzerland to goods originating in LDCs shall apply mutatis mutandis. However, for an LDC to obtain preferential treatment, the following wording should be inserted in box 7 of the certificate of circulation of goods or after the last sentence of the invoice declaration, as the case may be: "LDC/PMA: art." 2.2 CH-SACU satisfied. In addition, the cumulation within the SACU is not permitted.

S. 4. the following provisions of the free trade agreement shall apply mutatis mutandis between the Switzerland, on the one hand and the SACU or States of the SACU, as appropriate, on the other hand: art. 4, 5, 10, 11, 14, 19, 20, 21, 23, 25, 33 (para. 1 and 2), 35, 36, 37 and 41.

S. 5 1. The Parties give no subsidies to exportation, pursuant to art. 9 of the agreement on agriculture of the WTO, for their trade in products subject to the tariff concessions provided for by this agreement.
2. the Parties shall not domestic support grant affecting trade and production, under the terms of the agreement on agriculture of the WTO, for their trade in products subject to the tariff concessions provided for by this agreement.
3. the Parties are transmitted quickly and in a transparent manner information necessary for verification of the conformity in relation to the al. 1 and 2.

RS 0.632.20, annex 1A.3 s. 6. the SACU and the Switzerland examine any difficulty occurring in their trade in agricultural products and shall endeavour to find appropriate solutions.

S. 7 1. The SACU and the Switzerland undertake to continue their efforts to extend the liberalisation of their agricultural trade as part of their respective agricultural policies.
2. the first review will occur no later than three years after the entry into force of this agreement, the following reviews should be scheduled during the first.

S. 8 1. This agreement is subject to ratification, acceptance or approval, according to the respective constitutional requirements of the Parties.
2. this Agreement shall enter into force on the same date as the free trade agreement.
3. the Swiss Government fulfills the function of depositary. An original copy of this Agreement shall be deposited with the Secretariat of the SACU.

S. 9. this Agreement shall remain in force so long that the Parties remain Parties to the free trade agreement.
In witness whereof the undersigned, being duly authorized thereto, have signed this agreement.
Done in two originals in the English language.
(Follow signatures)

Appendix I customs duties on imports from the Switzerland in the SACU (art. 2, para. 1) 1. Art. 9 of the free trade agreement also applies mutatis mutandis to this annex.
2 rights of customs on imports into SACU of products originating in Switzerland, listed in table 1 of this annex and classified in the list 0 and 1 list, are deleted for the entry into force of this agreement.
3. customs duties on imports into SACU of products originating in Switzerland, listed in table 1 of this annex and classified in list 2, are phased out according to the following agenda: - on the date of entry into force of this agreement each duty rate will be reduced to 67% of the basic duty; - one year after the entry into force of this agreement , each right will be reduced to 33% of the basic duty; - two years after the entry into force of this agreement, the remaining will be abolished.

4. the rights of customs on imports into SACU of products originating in Switzerland, listed in table 1 of this annex and classified in list 3, are phased out according to the following agenda: - two years after the entry into force of this agreement each duty rate will be reduced to 88% of the basic duty; - three years after the entry into force of this agreement , each duty rate will be reduced to 75% of the basic duty; - four years after the entry into force of this agreement each duty rate will be reduced to 63% of the basic duty; - five years after the entry into force of this agreement each duty rate will be reduced to 50% of the basic duty;-six years after the entry into force of this agreement , each duty rate will be reduced to 38% of the basic duty; - seven years after the entry into force of this agreement each duty rate will be reduced to 25% of the basic duty; - eight years after the entry into force of this agreement each duty rate will be reduced to 13% of the basic duty; -nine years after the entry into force of this agreement, the remaining customs duties will be completely deleted.

5. the customs duties on imports into SACU of products originating in Switzerland, listed in table 1 of this annex and classified in Listing 4, will be removed at the entry into force of the agreement within the limits of a global annual quota not exceeding 20 tonnes.
6. the customs duties on imports into SACU of products originating in Switzerland, listed in table 1 of this annex and classified in Listing 5, will be removed within the limits of a global annual quota not exceeding 200 tonnes, provided that these products are imported to be directly consumed. This quota will be effective July 1, 2007.

Overall, in this case, means that a single quota applies for all products contained in Listing 4.

State on May 1, 2008, table 1 of the annex I HS Code Description Staging category 01 Live animals 0102 Live bovine animals.

01021000 pure-bred breeding animals 0 01029000 0 0103 Live swine 0103.10 Live swine Other: Pure-bred breeding animals 0 0104 Live sheep and goats 0104.10 Live sheep 0 0104.20 Live goat 0 02 Meat and edible meat offal 0210 Meat and edible meat offal, salted, in brine, dried or smoked; Edible flours meals of meat or meat offal ex 0210.2000 Meat of bovine animals: Dried 4 ex 0210.9900 Other: Dried 4 04 Dairy produce; birds' eggs; natural honey; edible products of animal origin, not elsewhere specified or included 0406 Cheese and curd.

04069000 Other cheese 5 05 Products of animal origin, not elsewhere specified or included 0511 Animal products not elsewhere specified or included; dead animals of chapter 1 or 3, unfit for human consumption.

05111000 bovine semen 0 11 Products of the milling industry; malt; starches; inulin; wheat gluten 1106 Flour, meal and powder of dried leguminous vegetables of heading No.. 07.13, of sago or of roots or tubers of heading No.. 07.14; Gold of the products chapter 8.

11063000 Of the products of Chapter 8 3 13 Lac; gums, resins and other vegetable saps and extracts 1302


Vegetable saps and extracts; pectic substances, pectinates and pectates; agar-agar and other mucilages and thickeners, whether or not modified, derived from vegetable products.

130219 - other 13021905 Vanilla oleoresin (vanilla extract) 0 13021910 Other, suitable for pharmaceutical purposes 2 20 Preparations of vegetables, fruit, nuts or other parts of plants.

2002 Tomatoes prepared or preserved otherwise than by vinegar or acetic acid.

20029000 Other 3 2005 Other vegetables prepared or preserved otherwise than by vinegar or acetic acid, not frozen (excluding products of heading No. 20.06) 20051000 Homogenised vegetables 3 200590 - other vegetables and mixtures of vegetables 20059010 Pickles, mustard pickles, chutney and like preparations 3 20059020 Lentils, cucumbers and gherkins 1 20059030 Sauerkraut 1 20059090 Other 3 21 Miscellaneous edible preparations.

2101 Extracts, essences and concentrates, of coffee, tea or mate and preparations with a basis of these products or with a basis of coffee, tea or mate; roasted chicory and other roasted coffee substitutes, and extracts, essences and concentrates thereof 21011 - extracts, essences and concentrates of coffee and preparations with a basis of these extracts, essences or concentrates or with a basis of coffee 210111 - extracts, essences and concentrates 21011110 Mixtures of ground roasted coffee with vegetable fats 3 21011190 Other 3 2103 Sauces and preparations therefore; mixed condiments and mixed seasonings; mustard flour and meal and prepared mustard.

210330 - mustard flour and meal and prepared mustard 21033010 Mustard flour and meal 1 21033020 Prepared mustard 1 23 Residues and waste from the food industries; prepared animal fodder.

2309 Preparations used in animal feeding.

23091000 Dog or cat food, put up for retail sale 3 23099 - other 23099010 Sweetened drilling 0 23099020 Feed supplements (excluding milk substitutes) containing added antibiotics 0 23099030 Feed supplements containing added melengestrol acetate 0 23099035 Feed supplements, containing, by mass, 50 per cent or more of choline chloride 0 23099040 Protein concentrates obtained from alfalfa juice (Lucerne juice) 0 23099060 Feed supplements containing furazolidone 0 23099065 Feed supplements , containing, by mass, 40 per cent gold more lysine, whether or not containing added antibiotics gold added melengestrol acetate 3 23099070 Single vitamins and their derivatives, stabilised with antioxidants or anti-caking agents 0 23099090 Other 3 24 Tobacco and manufactured tobacco substitutes.

2402 Cigars, cheroots, cigarillos and cigarettes, of tobacco or of tobacco substitutes.

24021000 Cigars, cheroots and cigarillos, containing tobacco 3 24022000 Cigarettes containing tobacco 3 24029000 Other 3 2403 Other manufactured tobacco and manufactured tobacco substitutes; "homogenised" or "reconstituted" tobacco; tobacco extracts and essences.

24039 other: 24039100 "Homogenised" or "reconstituted" tobacco 1 status on May 1, 2008 annex II customs duties on imports from SACU in the Switzerland (whose reference is made to para. 2 of art. 2) the Switzerland reduces or eliminates tariffs on products originating in such as SACU and indicated for each tariff number in the following table. When the concession is listed in column 3 (ratio of the law), the Switzerland cannot apply a customs duty higher than that specified in this column. When the concession is listed in column 4 (MFN rate reduced from), the Switzerland reduced the customs duty applicable at time of importation of the amount specified in this column.

Number of the Swiss customs tariff description of the goods the MFN duty rate duty rate reduced of 1 2 3 4 Br. / per piece CHF / per piece 0101.

Horses, asses, mules and hinnies, live:-pure-bred breeding animals:-horses: 10 11 - imported within the tariff quota (c. 1) free - horses:-other:-beef: 90 91 - imported within the tariff quota (c. 5) 80.00 - other: 90 95 - imported within the tariff quota (c. 1) free 0102.

Live animals of the bovine species:-other:-beef: 90 11 - imported within the tariff quota (c. 5) 85.00 - other: 90 91 - imported within the tariff quota (c. 1) free 0103.

Live animals of the porcine species:-other: - weighing less than 50 kg: 91 10 - imported within the tariff quota (c. n. 3) (breeding) 91 20 free - imported within the tariff quota (c. 6) (animals for slaughter) 30.00 - a weight equal or superior to 50 kg: 92 10 - imported within the tariff quota (c. n. 3) (breeding) 92 20 free - imported within the tariff quota (c. 6) (animals for slaughter) 30.00

0104 live animals of the ovine or caprine species:-ovine: 10 10 - imported within the tariff quota (c. 4) (breeding) 5.00 10 20 - imported within the tariff quota (c. 5) (animals for slaughter) 20.00 - goats: 20 10 - imported within the tariff quota (c. 4) (breeding) 3.00 20 20 - imported within the tariff quota (c. 5) (animals for slaughter) 40.00 (CHF/100 kg gross) (Fr./100 kg gross) 0105.

Cocks, hens, ducks, geese, turkeys, turkeys and Guinea fowls, live domestic species: 11 00--fowls free 12 00 - turkeys free 19 00 - other: free 99 00--other: free 0106.

Other live animals:-mammals: 11 00---free primates 12 00--whales, dolphins and porpoises (mammals of the order Cetacea); manatees and dugongs (mammals of the order Sirenia) free 19 00--other: free 20 00 - reptiles (including snakes and turtles) free - birds: 31 00 - birds of prey-free 32 00--psittaciformes (including parrots, parakeets, macaws and cockatoos) free 39 90 - other: free 90 00 - other: free 0201.

Meat of bovine animals, fresh or chilled:-carcasses and half-carcasses:-calf: 10 11 - imported within the tariff quota (c. 5) 85.00 - other: 10 91 - imported within the tariff quota (c. 5) 9.00 - other cuts bone:-calves: 20 11 - imported within the tariff quota (c. 5) 38.00 - other : 20 91 - imported within the tariff quota (c. 5) 56.00 - boneless:-calf: 30 11 - imported within the tariff quota (c. 5) 38.00 - other: 30 91 - imported within the tariff quota (c. 5) 56.00 0202 meat of bovine animals, frozen:-carcasses and half-carcasses:-calf: 10 11 - imported within the tariff quota (c. 5) 85.00 - other : 10 91 - imported within the tariff quota (c. 5) 9.00 - other cuts bone:-calves: 20 11 - imported within the tariff quota (c. 5) 38.00 - other: 20 91 - imported within the tariff quota (c. 5) 56.00 - boneless:-calf: 30 11 - imported within the tariff quota (c. 5) 38.00 - other : 30 91 - imported within the tariff quota (c. 5) 56.00 0203.

Meat of animals of the porcine species, fresh, chilled or frozen:-fresh or chilled:-carcasses and half-carcasses: 11 10 - free - other boars: 11 91 - imported within the tariff quota (c. 6) 30.00 - hams, shoulders and cuts thereof, with bone in: 12 10 - free - other boars: 12 91 - imported within the tariff quota (c. 6) 40.00 - other : 19 10 - free - other boars: 19 81 - imported within the tariff quota (c. 6) 40.00 - frozen:-carcasses and half-carcasses: 21 10 - free - other boars: 21 91 - imported within the tariff quota (c. 6) 30.00 - hams, shoulders and cuts thereof, with bone in: 22 10 - free - other boars: 22 91 - imported within the tariff quota (c. 6) 40.00 - other : 29 10 - free - other boars: 29 81 - imported within the tariff quota (c. 6) 40.00 0204.

Meat of ovine or caprine animals, fresh, chilled or frozen:-carcasses and half-carcasses of lamb, fresh or chilled: 10 10 - imported within the tariff quota (c. 5) 15.00 - other meat of sheep, fresh or chilled:-carcasses and half-carcasses: 21 10 - imported within the tariff quota (c. 5) 15.00 - other cuts bone : 22 10 - imported within the tariff quota (c. 5) 15.00 - boned: 23 10 - imported within the tariff quota (c. 5) 15.00 - carcasses and half-carcasses of lamb, frozen: 30 10 - imported within the tariff quota (c. 5) 15.00 - other meat of sheep, frozen:-carcasses and half-carcasses: 41 10 - imported within the tariff quota (c. 5) 15.00 - other cuts bone : 42 10


-imported within the tariff quota (c. 5) 15.00 - boned: 43 10 - imported within the tariff quota (c. 5) 15.00 - meat of goats: 50 10 - imported within the tariff quota (c. 5) 20.00 0205.

Meat of horses, mules or hinnies, fresh, chilled or frozen: 00 10 - imported within the tariff quota (c. 5) 11.00 0206.

Edible offal of animals of the species bovine, swine, sheep, goats, horses, mules or hinnies, fresh, chilled or frozen:-of bovine animals, fresh or chilled:-languages: 10 11 - imported within the tariff quota (c. 5) 20.00 - livers: 10 21 - imported within the tariff quota (c. 5) 100.00 - other: 10 91 - imported within the tariff quota (c. 5) 30.00 - bovine frozen:-languages: 21 10 - imported within the tariff quota (c. 5) 50.00 - livers: 22 10 - imported within the tariff quota (c. 5) 80.00 - other: 29 10 - imported within the tariff quota (c. 5) 100.00 - of swine, fresh or chilled: 30 10 - free - other boars: 30 91 - imported within the tariff quota (c. 5) 40.00 - swine frozen:-livers: 41 10 - free - other boars: 41 91 - imported within the tariff quota (c. 5) 38.00 - other: 49 10 - free - other boars: 49 91 - imported within the tariff quota (c. 5) 38.00 - other, fresh or chilled: 80 10 - imported within the tariff quota (c. 5) 9.00 - other, frozen: 90 10 - imported within the tariff quota (c. 5) 10.00 0207.

Meat and edible offal, fresh, chilled or frozen poultry within heading no 0105:-cocks and hens:-poultry not cut in pieces, fresh or chilled: 11 10 - imported within the tariff quota (c. 6) 15.00 - poultry not cut in pieces, frozen: 12 10 - imported within the tariff quota (c. 6) 15.00 - cuts and offal of poultry frozen:-breasts: 14 81 - imported within the tariff quota (c. 6) 15.00 - other: 14 91 - imported within the tariff quota (c. 5) 15.00 ex 14 91 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 5), 30.00 - turkeys or Turkey livers:-not cut in pieces, fresh or chilled: 24 10 - imported within the tariff quota (c. 6) 6.00 - not cut in pieces frozen: 25 10 - imported within the tariff quota (c. 6) 6.00 - cuts and offal of poultry, frozen:-breasts: 27 81 - imported within the tariff quota (c. 6) 15.00 - other: 27 91 - imported within the tariff quota (c. 5) 30.00 - of ducks, geese or guinea fowls:-not cut in pieces, fresh or chilled : - ducks: 32 11 - imported within the tariff quota (c. 6) 6.00 - other: 32 91 - imported within the tariff quota (c. 6) 6.00 - not cut in pieces, frozen:-ducks: 33 11 - imported within the tariff quota (c. 6) 15.00 - other: 33 91 - imported within the tariff quota (c. 6) 15.00 34 00 - foie gras fresh or chilled 9.50 - other, frozen: 36 10 - foie gras 36.33 - other: 36 91 - imported within the tariff quota (c. 6) 30.00 0208.

Other meat and edible offal, fresh, chilled or frozen: 10 00 - of rabbits or hares 11.00 20 00--6.00 frog legs 30 00 - of primates free 40 00 - of whales, dolphins and porpoises (mammals of the order Cetacea); of manatees and dugongs (mammals of the order Sirenia) free - other: ex 90 10 - game: ostrich, springbok, oryx free 90 80 - other free 0210.

Meat and edible offal, salted or in brine, dried or smoked; flours and powders, edible, of meat or meat offal:-meat of swine:-hams, shoulders and cuts thereof, with bone in: 11 10 - free - other boars: 11 91 - imported within the tariff quota (c. 6) 150.00 - other: 19 10 - free - other boars: 19 91 - imported within the tariff quota (c. 6) 150.00 - meat of bovine animals : ex 2010 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 5) (a) free - other, including flours and powders, edible, of meat or meat offal:-other: ex 20 90 - other game (a) exempt (a) within the limits of an annual tariff quota of 20 t 0402.

Milk and cream, concentrated or containing added sugar or other sweetening matter:-in powder, granules or other solid forms, with a content by weight of a fat content exceeding 1,5%:-not containing added sugar or other sweetening matter:-milk: 21 11 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 7) 25.00 0406.

Cheese and curd:-fresh (unripened), including whey cheese, and curd: 10 10 - Mascarpone, Ricotta Romana 10 20 - Mozzarella 256.00 19.50 10 90 - other 279.00 - cheese grated or powdered, of all types: 20 10 - semi-hard cheeses 392.00 20 90 - other 299.00 - processed cheese, not grated or powdered: 30 90 - other 426.00 - other cheese : - hard or semi-hard cheeses:-other: 90 91 - semi-hard cheeses (b) exempt 90 99 - other (b) free (b) within the limits of an annual tariff quota of 200 t for consumption, entered into force on 1 July 2007 0407.

Eggs of birds, in shell, fresh, preserved or cooked: 00 10 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 9) 47.00 0408.

Eggs of birds, not in shell, and egg yolks, fresh, dried, cooked in water or steamed, moulded, frozen or otherwise preserved, containing added sugar or other sweetening matter:-other:-dried: 91 10 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. n. 10) 239.00 - other: 99 10 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. n. 10) 71.00 0409.

000 natural honey 19.00 ex409.000 natural honey, for implementing industrial free ex409.000 natural honey, Acacia 8.00 0410.

000 edible animal products not elsewhere specified or included free 0504 guts, bladders and stomachs of animals, whole or in pieces, other than fish, fresh, chilled, frozen, salted or in brine, dried or smoked: 00 10 - rennet-free - other stomachs of animals of heading No. 0101-0104; guts: 00 39 - other 0.50 00 90 - other 0506 free.

Bones and horn-cores, unworked, defatted, simply prepared (but not cut to shape), treated with acid or degelatinised; powder and waste of these materials: 10 00 - Ossein and bones treated with acid-free 90 00 - other free 0511.

Products of animal origin, not elsewhere specified or included; dead animals of Chapter 1 or 3, unfit for human consumption:-bovine semen: Fr. / Unit CHF / Unit 10 10 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 12) free (CHF/100 kg gross) (CHF/100 kg gross) - other:-products of fish or crustaceans, molluscs or other aquatic invertebrates; dead animals of Chapter 3: 91 90 - other free - other: 99 90 - other free 0601.

Bulbs, tubers, tuberous roots, crowns and rhizomes, dormant, in growth or in flower; plants, plants and roots other than roots of the 1212 n chicory:-bulbs, tubers, tuberous roots, crowns and rhizomes, dormant: 10 10 - tulips 17.00 10 90 - other free - bulbs, tubers, tuberous roots, crowns and rhizomes, in growth or in flower; plants, plants and roots of chicory: 20 10 - chicory plants 1.40 20 20 - with motte, even in tins or jars, excluding the tulips and free chicory seed - other: 20 91 - in buttons or 20 99 - other free 0602-free flowers.

Other live plants (including their roots), cuttings and slips; mushroom: 10 00 - cuttings and free plugins - trees, shrubs, shrubs and bushes, with edible fruits, grafted or not:-plants (seedlings or vegetative propagation): 20 11 - bare root (c) free - stone fruit rootstock: 20 39 - other (various of those bare-root) (c) free - other: 20 41-20 49 - other free - other free bare root : 20 51 - free bare root 20 59 - other 5.20 - other:-bare root: 20 71 - (c) pome fruits free 20 72 - fruit (c) 20 79 - other free - other free: 20 81 - (c) pome fruits free 20 82 - fruit (c) free (c) within the limits of an annual tariff quota of 30 000 20 89 - other free 30 00 - rhododendrons and azaleas-free plants grafted or not-free - roses, grafted or not: 40 10 - roses-savages and Wild Roses-stems 5.20 - other: 40 91 - bareroot 3.80 40 99 - other 3.80 - other:


-plants (seedlings or vegetative propagation) utility plant; mushroom: 90 11 - vegetable plants and turf roll 1.40 90 12 - white mushrooms 0.20 90 19 - other 5.20 - other: 90 91 - bareroot, ornamental plants 2.00 ex ex 90 91 - roots bare, other than ornamental plants 15.00 90 99 - other 4.60 0603.

Flowers and flower buds, cut, suitable for bouquets or for ornamental purposes, fresh, dried, bleached, dyed, impregnated or otherwise prepared:-fresh:-from 1 May to 25 October:-eyelets: 10 31 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 13) free - Pink: 10 41 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 13) free - other: - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 13) 10 51 - Woody 20.00 10 59 - other 20.00 - from 26 October to 30 April : 10 71 - free tulips 10 72 - free roses - other: 10 91 - wood 10 99 - other free - other free: 90 10 - dried, naturally-free 90 90 - other (bleached, dyed, impregnated, etc.)

free 0604.

Foliage, branches and other parts of plants, without flowers or buttons, flowers, and grasses, mosses and lichens, for bouquets or for ornamental purposes, fresh, dried, dyed, bleached, impregnated or otherwise prepared:-mosses and lichens: 10 10 - fresh or simply dried 10 90 - other free - other free:-fresh:-wood: 91 11 - Christmas trees and twigs of conifers free 91 19 - other 5.00 91 90 - other free - other : 99 10 - simply dried free 99 90 - other (bleached, dyed, impregnated, etc.)

free 0701.

Potatoes, fresh or chilled:-seed: 10 10 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 14) 1.40 - other: 90 10 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 14) 3.00 0702.

Tomatoes, fresh or chilled:-cherry tomatoes (cherry): 00 10 - of October 21 to April 30, free - Peretti (elongated) tomatoes: 00 20 - from October 21 to April 30, free - other tomatoes with a diameter of 80 mm or more (fleshy tomatoes): 00 30-21 October to 30 April-free - other: 00 90 - of October 21 to April 30 free 0703.

Onions, shallots, garlic, leeks and other alliaceous vegetables, fresh or chilled:-onions and shallots:-onions planting: 10 11 - May 1 to June 30 free - from July 1 to 30 avril: 10 13 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 15) free - other onions and shallots:-white onions with green stems (cipollotte): 10 20 - from October 31 to March 31, free - from April 1 to October 30 : 10 21 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 15) free - edible onions white, flat, with a diameter not exceeding 35 mm: 10 30 - from October 31 to March 31 free - from 1 April to 31 30 octobre: 10 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 15) free - wild onions (lampagioni): 10 40 - from May 16 to May 29, free - from 30 May to 15 may : 10 41 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 15) free - onions with a diameter of 70 mm or more: 10 50 - may 16 to May 29 free - from 30 May to 15 may: 10 51 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 15) free - edible onions with a diameter NCI - Interior to 70 mm, varieties red and white, other than those of heading No. 0703.1030/1039 : 10 60 - may 16 to May 29 free - from 30 May to 15 may: 10 61 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 15) free - other edible onions: 10 70 - may 16 to May 29 free - from 30 May to 15 may: 10 71 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 15) free 10 80-20 00 - free garlic - leeks and other alliaceous vegetables free shallots : - leeks to tall stems (green on 6 of the length of the rod up; if cut, only white) intended to be packed in trays: 90 10 - from 16 February to late February 5.00 - from March 1 to 15 February: 90 11 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 15) 5.00 - other leeks: 90 20 - from 16 February to late February 5.00 - from March 1 to 15 February : 90 21 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 15) 5.00 5.00 other 90 90 - 0704.

Curly cabbage, cauliflower, cabbage, kale and similar edible Brassicas, fresh or chilled:-cauliflowers and headed broccoli:-cimone: 10 10 - from December 1 to April 30 free - from 1 May to 11 30 novembre: 10 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 15) free - romanesco: 10 20 - from December 1 to April 30, free - from 1 May to 30 November : 10 21 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 15) free - other: 10 90 - from December 1 to April 30 free - 1 May-30 novembre: 10 91 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 15) free - Brussels sprouts: 20 10 - from 1 February to 31 August 5.00 - from September 1 to 11 31 janvier: 20 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. n 15) 5.00 - other : - red cabbage: 90 11 - May 16 to May 29 free - from 30 May to 15 may: 90 18 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 15) free - white cabbage: 90 20 - May 2 to May 14 free - from 15 May to 1 may: 90 21 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 15) free - sharp cabbage: 90 30 - from March 16 to March 31, free - from April 1 to March 15 : 90 31 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 15) free - Milan cabbage (friezes): 90 40 - from May 11 to May 24-free - from 25 May to 10 may: 90 41 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 15) free - cabbage-broccoli: 90 50 - from December 1 to April 30 free - from 1 May to 30 November: 90 51 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. n 15) free - Chinese cabbage : 90 60 - from March 2 to April 9 5.00 - April 10 at 1 March: 90 61 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 15) 5.00 - Bok Choy: 90 63-2 March to 9 April 5.00 - April 10 at 1 March: 90 64 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 15) 5.00 - Kale: 90 70-16 December to 14 March 5.00 - from 15 March to 15 December : 90 71 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 15) 5.00 - curly headed not cabbages: 90 80 - from May 11 to May 24 5.00 - from 25 May to 10 may: 90 81 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 15) 5.00 90 90 - other 5.00 0705 lettuce (Lactuca sativa) and chicory (Cichorium spp.), fresh or chilled:-lettuce : - head lettuce:-salads "iceberg" without outer leaf: 11 11-1 January to end of February 3.50 - March 1 31 decembre: 11 18 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 15) 3.50 - Batavia and other salads 'iceberg': 11 20-1 January to end of February 3.50 - March 1 at the 31 decembre: 11 21 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. n 15) 3.50 - other : 11 91-11 December to end of February 5.00 - March 1 to 10 December: 11 98 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 15) 5.00 - other:-lettuces: 19 10-21 December to end of February 5.00 - March 1 at 20 December: 19 11 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 15) 5.00 - lattughino:-oak leaf : 19 20-21 December to end of February 5.00 - March 1 at 20 December: 19 21 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 15) 5.00 - lollo Red: 19 30-21 December to end of February 5.00 - March 1 to 20 December: 19 31 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 15) 5.00 - another lollo: 19 40-21 December to end of February 5.00 - from March 1 to December 20 : 19 41 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 15) 5.00 - other: 19 50-21 December to end of February 5.00 - March 1 at 20 December: 19 51 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 15) 5.00 - other: 19 90-21 December to February 14, 5.00 - 15 February at 20 December: 19 91 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. n 15) 5.00 - chicory : - Witloof chicory (Cichorium intybus var. foliosum): 21 10 - May 21 to September 30 3.50 - from October 1 to 20 may: 21 11 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 15) 3.50 0706.

Carrots, turnips, beetroot salad, Salsify, celeriac, radishes and similar edible roots, fresh or chilled:-carrots and turnips:-carrots:-in boot: 10 10 - from May 11 to May 24 2.00 - 25 May to 10 may: 10 11 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 15) 2.00 - other: 10 20 - from May 11 to May 24 2.00 - from May 25 to May 10 : 10 21 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 15) 2.00 - turnips: 10 30-16 January-31 January 2.00 - from February 1 to 15 January: 10 31 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 15) 2.00 - other:-beet salad (red beets): 90 11-16 June-29 June 2.00 - from 30 June to 15 June : 90 18 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 15) 2.00


-Salsify (scorzonera): 90 21 - from May 16 to September 14 3.50 - September 15 to 15 may: 90 28 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 15) 3.50 - celeriac:-celery-soup (with foliage, diameter of the Apple less than 7 cm): 90 30 - from January 1 to January 14 5.00 - 15 January to 31 December: 90 31 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. n 15) 5.00 - other : 5.00 90 40-16 June-29 June - 30 June to 15 June: 90 41 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 15) 5.00 - (other than horseradish) radish: 90 50 - from 16 January to late February 5.00 - from March 1 to 15 January: 90 51 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. n 15) 5.00 - radishes : 90 60 - from January 11 to February 9 5.00 - 10 February at 10 January: 90 61 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 15) 5.00 5.00 other 90 90 - 0707.

Cucumbers and gherkins, fresh or chilled:-cucumbers:-cucumbers for salad: 00 10 - of October 21 to April 14 - April 15 to October 20: 5.00 00 11 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 15) 5.00 - cucumbers Nostrani or Slicer: 00 20-21 October to 14 April 5.00 - 15 April to 20 October: 00 21 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. n 15) 5.00 0708.

Leguminous vegetables, shelled or unshelled, fresh or chilled:-peas (Pisum sativum):-peas: 10 10 - August 16-19 may-free - 20 May to 15 August: 10 11 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 15) 5.00 - other: 10 20 - August 16-19 free may - 20 May to 15 August: 10 21 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. n 15) 5.00 - beans (Vigna spp. (, Phaseolus spp.): 20 10 - beans to shell free - beans sabres (called Piattoni or Coco beans): 20 21 - November 16 to June 14 free - from 15 June to 15 November: 20 28 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 15) free - asparagus beans or beans to nets (long beans): 20 31 - from 16 November to free June 14 - June 15 to November 15 : 20 38 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 15) free - extra fine beans (min. 500 PCs/kg): 20 41 - November 16 to June 14 free - from 15 June to 15 November: 20 48 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 15) free - other: 20 91 - from 16 November to free June 14 - June 15 to November 15 : 20 98 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 15) free - other leguminous vegetables:-other:-for human consumption: 90 80 - from 1 November to 31 may-free - from 1 June to 31 October: 90 81 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 15) 5.00 90 90 - other free 0709.

Other vegetables, fresh or chilled:-artichokes: 10 10 - from November 1 to May 31 - free from June 1 to 11 31 octobre: 10 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 15) 5.00 - asparagus:-green asparagus: 20 10 - June 16 to 30 free April - 1 May-15 June: 20 11 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 15) free 20 90 - other 2.50 - Eggplant : 30 10 - October 16 to May 31 free 30 11 - June 1 to October 15: - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 15) 5.00 - celery other than celeriac:-celery-Green Branch: 40 10 - from January 1 to April 30 5.00 - 1 May-31 decembre: 40 11 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. n 15) 5.00 - celery-branch laundered : 40 20 - from January 1 to April 30 5.00 - 1 may at 31 decembre: 40 21 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 15) 5.00 - other: 40 90 - from January 1 to January 14 5.00 - January 15-31 decembre: 40 91 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 15) 5.00 - mushrooms and truffles: 51 00--mushrooms of the genus Agaricus 59 00--other free - peppers of the genus Capsicum or of the genus Pimenta free : 11 - from November 1 to March 31-free 60 90 - other free - spinach, new (New Zealand spinach) and orache spinach (garden giant):-spinach, new (New Zealand spinach): 70 10-16 December to February 14, 5.00 - 15 February to 15 December: 70 11 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 15) 5.00 70 90 - other 3.50 - other : - parsley: 90 40 - from January 1 to March 14, 5.00 - 15 March to 31 December: 90 41 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 15) 5.00 - courgettes (including courgette flowers): 90 50 - October 31 to April 19 5.00 - April 20 to 30 October: 90 51 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. n 15) 5.00 90 80 - cresson , dandelion 3.50 - other: 90 99 - other 3.50 0711.

Vegetables provisionally preserved (sulphur dioxide gas or in salt, brine or water with other substances used to maintain temporarily their conservation, for example), but unsuitable in the State: 20 00 - free olives 30 00 - free capers - mushrooms and truffles: 51 00--mushrooms of the genus Agaricus free 59 00--other free 0712.

Dried vegetables, cut into pieces or sliced or crushed or powder, but not further prepared: 20 00 - free onions - mushrooms, wood ears (Auricularia spp.), jelly fungi (Tremella spp.) and truffles: 31 00--mushrooms of the genus Agaricus free 32 00--wood ears (Auricularia spp.)

free 33 00--jelly fungi (Tremella spp.)

39 00--other free free - other vegetables; mixtures of vegetables:-potato, even cut into pieces or sliced but not further prepared: 90 21 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 14) 10.00 - other: ex 90 81 - in containers exceeding 5 kg, garlic and tomatoes, unmixed free 90 89 ex - others, garlic and tomatoes, unmixed free 0713.

Dried leguminous vegetables, shelled, whether or not skinned or split:-peas (Pisum sativum):-in whole grains, not worked: 10 19 - other free - other: 10 99 - other free - chick peas:-in whole grains, not worked: 20 19 - other free - other: 20 99 - other free - beans (Vigna spp., Phaseolus spp.):-beans of the species Vigna mungo (l.) Hepper or Vigna radiata (l.) Wilczek:-in whole grains, not worked: 31 19 - other free - other: 31 99 - other free - beans, small red (Adzuki beans) (Phaseolus or Vigna angularis):-in whole grains, not worked: 32 19 - other free - other: 32 99 - other free - common beans (Phaseolus vulgaris):-in whole grains, not worked: 33 19 - other free - other: 33 99 - other free - other:-in whole grains, not worked : 39 19 - other free - other: 39 99 - other free - lenses:-in whole grains, not worked: 40 19 - other free - other: 40 99 - other free - beans (Vicia faba var. major) and horse beans (Vicia faba var. equina, Vicia faba var. minor):-in whole grains, not worked:-for sowing: 50 15 - fababeans (Vicia faba var. minor) free 50 18-50 19 - other free - other other free : 50 99 - other free - other:-in whole grains, not worked: 90 19 - other free - other: 90 99 - other free 0714.

Roots of manioc, arrowroot or salep, Jerusalem artichokes, sweet potatoes and similar roots and tubers with high starch or inulin, fresh, chilled, frozen or dried content, even charged sliced or in the form of pellets; sago pith:-cassava roots: 10 90 - other free - sweet potatoes: 20 90 - other free - other: 90 90 - other exempt within the meaning of the customs tariff, it considers as "tropical fruits" akees, Annona (cachimans, Cherimoyas, beef hearts, apples), asimines, lawyers, bilimbis, the canities, carambola, champederes (Artocarpus champeden), durians, feijoas, figs of barbarism , fruit bread, the fruits of the jackfruit, guava, maracuja (passion fruit), the jamboses, the jujubes, lychees, Woods lychees (Rambutan), the macadamies, the mammees, mangoes, the mangosteens, loquats Japan (loquat), coconuts, the Brazil nuts, cashews, the areca nut, cola nuts, papayas, pears of anchovies (Glover cauliflora) qunettes (Melicocca bijugata), the sapotes, the spondias, tamarins.

0801 coconuts, the Brazil nuts and cashew nuts, fresh or dried, not shelled or peeled:-coconut: 11 00 - parched 19 00--other free - the Brazil nut free: 21 00--in shell free 22 00 - free shelled - cashew nuts: 31 00--in shell free 32 00-0802-free shelled.

Other fruits nuts, fresh or dried, not shelled or peeled:-almonds: 11 00--in shell free 12 00 - shelled free - hazelnuts (Corylus spp.):-in shell: ex 21 90 - other (d) free - shelled: ex 22 90 - other (d) free (d) within the limits of an annual tariff quota of 100 t - walnuts:-in shell: 31 90 - other free


-shelled: 32 90 - other free 40 00 - chestnuts and chestnuts (Castanea spp.)

free 50 00 - free pistachio - other: 90 10 - 90 90 - other free 0804 free tropical fruits.

Dates, figs, pineapples, avocados, guavas, mangoes and mangosteens, fresh or dried: 10 00 - free dates - figs: 20 10 - fresh free 20 20 - dry free 30 00 - free pineapple 40 00-50 00 - guavas, mangoes and mangosteens free 0805 free lawyers.

Citrus fruit, fresh or dried: 10 00 - 20 00-free orange - mandarins (including tangerines and satsumas); clementines, wilkings and similar citrus free 40 00 - grapefruit and pomelos free 50 00 hybrids - lemons (Citrus limon, Citrus limonum) and limes (Citrus aurantifolia, Citrus latifolia) free 90 00 - other free 0806.

Grapes, fresh or dried:-fee:-for the table: ex 10 12 - from January 1 to June 30 within the limits of an annual tariff quota of 1500 free t 20 00 - dry free 0807.

Melons (including watermelons) and papaws, fresh:-melons (including watermelons): 11 00 - 19 00--other 20 00 - free papaya 0808 free free watermelons.

Apples, pears and quinces, fresh:-potatoes:-for the cider and the distillation: 10 11 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 20) free - other apples:-uncovered: 10 21 - from June 15 to July 14 free - from 15 July to 14 June: 10 22 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 17) free - otherwise packed: 10 31 - from June 15 to July 14 2.50 - July 15 to June 14 : 10 32 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 17) 2.50 - pears and quinces:-for the cider and the distillation: 20 11 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 20) free - other pears and quinces:-uncovered: 20 21 - April 1 to June 30 free - from 1 July to 22 31 mars: 20 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 17) free - otherwise packaged : 20 31 - April 1 to June 30 2.50 - 1 July-31 mars: 20 32 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 17) 2.50 0809.

Apricots, cherries, peaches (including nectarines), plums and sloes, fresh:-apricots:-uncovered: 10 11 - from September 1 to June 30 free - from July 1 to the 31 aout: 10 18 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 18) free - otherwise packaged: 10 91 - from September 1 to June 30 free - from July 1 to the 31 aout: 10 98 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. n 18) free - cherry : 20 10 - from September 1 to May 19 free - may 20 to 31 aout: 20 11 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 18) free - plums and sloes:-short:-plums: 40 12 - from 1 October to 30 June free - from July 1 to 30 septembre: 40 13 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 18) 40 15 - free eyeballs - otherwise packaged free : - plums: 40 92 - from 1 October to free June 30 - July 1-30 septembre: 40 93 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 18) 40 95 - free sloes 0810 free.

Other fruit, fresh:-strawberries: 10 10 - from September 1 to May 14 free - May 15, 31 aout: 10 11 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 19) free - raspberries, blackberries mulberries and loganberries:-raspberries: 20 10 - September 15 to May 31 free - from June 1 to September 14, 20 11 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. n 19) free - BlackBerry Bramble : 20 20 - from 1 November to 30 free June - July 1, 31 octobre: 20 21 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 19) free 20 30 - mulberries and loganberries free - clusters, currants, gooseberries and currants in mackerel:-currant, currants: 30 10 - from September 16 to June 14, free - from June 15 to September 15 : 30 11 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 19) free 30 20 - free gooseberries 40 00 - cranberries, Bilberries and other fruits of the genus Vaccinium free 50 00 - free kiwis 60 00 - free Durian - other: 90 92 - 90 99 - other free 0811-free tropical fruits.

Fruit, uncooked or cooked in water or steamed, frozen, containing added sugar or other sweetening matter: 10 00 - strawberries 15.50 - raspberries, blackberries mulberries, loganberries, currants to clusters and gooseberries to mackerel: 20 10 - raspberries, containing added sugar or other sweetening matter 26.00 20 90 - other 15.50 - other: 90 10 - free Blueberry - tropical fruits: 90 21 - Carambola 90 29 - other 90 90 - other free 0812 free free.

Fruit provisionally preserved (sulphur dioxide gas or water salt, sulphur dioxide or other substances used to maintain temporarily their conservation, for example), but unsuitable in the State:-other: 90 10 - fruits tropical free ex 90 80 - other, strawberry 6.50 ex 90 80 - other than Strawberry 3.50 0813.

Dried fruit other than that of headings 0801 to 0806; mixtures of dried fruit or nuts of this chapter: 10 00 - free apricots - prunes: 20 10 - 20 90 - other free 30 00-free integers - apples 29.00 - other fruit:-pears: 40 11 - whole 7.60 40 19 - other free - other:-stone fruits, whole, other: 40 89 - other free - other: ex 40 99 - others, fruit tropical 2.00 - mixtures of dried fruit or fruit nuts of this chapter : - of nuts of headings 0801 or 0802:-with a content by weight of almonds or walnuts exceeding 50%: ex 50 19 - other, tropical fruit 1.00 - other: ex 50 29 - other, tropical fruit 1.00 0814.

0000 peel of citrus fruit or melons (including watermelons), fresh, frozen, in salt water, brine or added other substances used to maintain temporarily their conservation or well dried free 0903.

0000-free mate 0904.

Pepper (of the genus Piper); peppers of the genus Capsicum or of the genus Pimenta, dried or crushed or ground:-pepper: 11 00--crushed nor ground 12 00--crushed or ground free free - peppers dried or crushed or ground: 20 10 - not worked 20 90 - other free 0905 free.

0000-free vanilla 0906.

Cinnamon and cinnamon-tree flowers: 10 00 - neither crushed nor ground 20 00 - crushed or ground free free 0907.

0000 cloves (whole fruit, cloves and stems) free 0908.

Nutmeg, Mace and cardamoms:-muscades nuts: 10 10 - not worked 10 90 - other free free - Mace: 20 10 - not worked 20 90 - other free - and cardamoms free: 30 10 - not worked 30 90 - other free 0909 free.

Seeds of anise, badian, fennel, coriander, cumin, caraway; juniper berries: 10 00 - seeds of anise or badian free 20 00 - free cilantro 30 00-40 00 free cumin seeds - seeds free caraway 50 00 - seeds of fennel; free juniper berries 0910.

Ginger, saffron, turmeric, thyme leaves, curry and other spices: 10 00 - free ginger 20 00 - free 30 00-40 00 free turmeric saffron - thyme; free Laurel leaves 50 00 - free curry - other spices: 91 00--mixtures referred to in Note 1 (b)) 99 00--other free 1006 free chapter.

Rice:-rice in the husk (paddy rice): 10 90 - other free - husked (cargo) Brown rice: 20 90 - other free - semi-milled or wholly milled rice, even polished or glazed: 30 90 - other free - broken rice: 40 90 - other free 1106.

Flour, meal and powder of leguminous vegetables dried within heading no 0713, of sago or of roots or tubers of n 0714 or of the products of Chapter 8: - of the dried leguminous vegetables of no. 0713: 10 90 - other free - of sago or of roots or tubers of the n° 0714: 20 90 - other free - of the products of Chapter 8:30 90 - other free 1108.

Starches; inulin:- starches:-starch (wheat): 11 90 - other free - corn starch: 12 90 - other free - starch potatoes: 13 90 - other free - manioc (cassava) starch: 14 90 - other free - other starches:-rice starch: 19 19 - other free - other: 19 99 - other free - inulin: 20 90 - another free 1202.

Peanuts not roasted or otherwise cooked, even peeled or crushed:-in shell:-other: 10 91 - for free food 10 99 - other 0.10 - shelled or broken:-other: 20 91 - for free food 20 99 - other 0.10 1205.

Seed rape or rape, whether or not broken:- or seeds of rapeseed with low erucic acid content:-seeds:-other: 10 31 - for human consumption 0.10 10 39 - other 0.10 - rapeseed:-other: 1061 - for human consumption 0.10 1069 - other 0.10 - other:-seeds:-other: 90 31 - for human consumption 0.10 90 39 - other 0.10 - rapeseed : - other: 90 61 - for human consumption


0.10 0.10 other 90 69 - 1206.

Sunflower seeds, whether or not broken:-unshelled:-other: 00 31 - for human consumption 0.10 00 39 - other 0.10 - shelled:-other: 00 61 - for human consumption 0.10 0.10 other 00 69 - 1207.

Other seeds and oleaginous fruit, whole or broken:-nuts and kernels:-other: 10 91 - for human consumption 0.10 10 99 - other 0.10 - cotton seeds:-other: 20 91 - for human consumption 0.10 20 99 - other 0.10 - Castor seed:-other: 30 91 - for human consumption 0.10 30 99 - other 0.10 - sesame seeds:-other: 40 91 - for human consumption 0.10 40 99 - other 0.10 - mustard seed : - other: 50 91 - for human consumption 0.10 50 99 - other 0.10 - safflower seeds:-other: 60 91 - for human consumption 0.10 60 99 - other 0.10 - other:-poppy or poppy seeds:-other: 91 18 - for human consumption 0.10 91 19 - other 0.10 - Shea seeds:-other: 99 27 - for human consumption 0.10 99 29 - other 0.10 - other:-other: 99 98 - for human consumption 0.10 99 99 - other 0.10 1208.

Flour seeds or oleaginous fruits, other than flour of mustard:-soya bean: 10 90 - other free - other: 90 90 - other free 1209.

Seeds, fruit and spores for sowing:-sugar beet seed: 10 90 - other free - feed grains: 21 00---free alfalfa 22 00--clover (Trifolium spp.)

23 00 - Fescue free 24 00-free - the Bluegrass of Kentucky (Poa pratensis L.)

free 25 00 - Ray grass (Lolium multiflorum Lam., Lolium perenne l.)

26 00 - Timothy-free - other free:-vetches and lupins: 29 19 - other free 29 80 - Orchard grass, oatgrass, fromental, bromine and similar free 29 90 - other exempt 30 00 - seeds of herbaceous plants used primarily for their free flowers - other: 91 00---free - other vegetable seeds:-other: 99 99 - other exempt 1210.

Cones of hops fresh or dry, even crushed, ground or in the form of pellets; lupulin: 10 00 - hop cones, neither crushed nor ground or free pellets 20 00 - hop cones, ground, powdered or in the form of pellets; free lupulin 1211.

Plants, parts of plants, seeds and fruits of a kind used primarily in perfumery, in pharmacy or for insecticidal, fungicidal or similar, fresh or dry, even cut, crushed or ground: 10 00 - 20 00-free licorice roots - roots free ginseng 30 00 - coca (sheet of) free 40 00 - straw-free poppy 90 90 - other free 1212.

Locust beans, seaweed, sugar beet and sugar cane, fresh, chilled, frozen or dried, whether; and kernels of fruits and other vegetable products (including chicory roots of the variety Cichorium intybus sativum unroasted) used primarily for human consumption, not elsewhere specified or included:-locust beans, including locust bean seeds: 10 10 - free - other locust bean seeds: 10 99 - other free - algae: 20 90 - other free 30 00 - and kernels of apricots Peach (including Nectarine) or plum free - other:-beet sugar: 91 90 - other free - other:-dried chicory root: 99 19 - other free - other: 99 98 - other free 1214.

Swedes, mangolds, roots forage, hay, alfalfa, clover, sainfoin, forage kale, lupines, vetches and similar forage products, whether or not agglomerated in the form of pellets:-flour and pellets of Lucerne: 10 90 - other free - other: 90 90 - other free 1301.

Gum lacquer; gums, resins, gum-resins and Oleoresins (balms, for example), natural: 10 00 - shellac-free 20 00 - gum arabic free - other: 90 10 - 90 90 - other free 1302 free natural balms.

Vegetable saps and extracts; pectic substances, pectinates and pectates; agar-agar and other mucilages and thickeners derived from vegetable, modified:-vegetable saps and extracts: 11 00 - 19 00--other free 1505 free opium.

Wool grease and fatty substances derived lanolin including:-gross greasy fat (suintine): 00 19 - other free - other: 00 99 - other free 1509.

Olive oil and its fractions, whether or not refined, but not chemically modified:-Virgin:-other: 10 91 - in glass containers with a capacity not exceeding 2 l 40.60 10 99 - other 57.30 - other:-other: 90 91 - in glass containers with a capacity not exceeding 2 l 40.60 90 99 - other 57.30 1601.

Sausages and similar products, of meat, meat offal or blood; food preparations based on these products:-other:-of animals of heading No. 0101-0104, excluding wild boars: 00 21 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 6) 110.00 - 0105: 00 31 n poultry - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 6) 60.00 00 49 - other 110.00 1602.

Other prepared or preserved meat, offal or blood:-homogenised preparations: 10 10 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 5) 42.50 - of liver of any animal: 20 10 - database of free Goose liver - n 0105 Poultry:-of turkeys: 31 10 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 6) 25.00 - cocks and hens : 32 10 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 6) 25.00 - other: 39 10 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 6) 25.00 - of swine:-hams and cuts thereof:-canned ham: 41 11 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 6) 52.00 - bovine:-corned beef, in hermetically sealed containers: 50 11 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 5) 40.00 - other : 50 91 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 5) 40.00 1701.

Cane or beet sugar and chemically pure sucrose, in solid state:-raw sugar not containing added flavouring or colouring matter: 11 00--cane 22.00 12 00 - of beet 22.00 - other:-other: ex 99 99 - other, sugar granulated, not worked 22.00 1702.

Other sugars, including lactose, maltose, glucose and fructose (levulose) chemically pure, in the solid state. sugar syrups not containing added flavouring or colouring matter; artificial honey, whether or not mixed natural honey; Caramel:-sugar and maple syrup: 20 20 - the State of free syrup - other, including invert sugar (invert) and other sugars and sugar syrups containing by weight in the State dry 50% fructose:-solid state: 90 22 - sugar beet and cane, caramelized 25.70 90 23 - malto-dextrins 18.70 90 28 - other 18.70 1801.

0000 cocoa beans and beans, raw or roasted free 1802.

Shells, husks, skins and other cocoa waste: 00 90 - other free 2001.

Vegetables, fruit and other edible parts of plants, prepared or preserved by vinegar or acetic acid:-other:-fruit: 90 11 - tropical free - vegetables and other edible parts of plants:-other: ex 90 99 - other, mushrooms, olives and capers free 2002.

Tomatoes prepared or preserved otherwise than by vinegar or acetic acid:-tomatoes, whole or in pieces: 10 10 - in containers exceeding 5 kg 2.50 10 20 - in containers not exceeding 5 kg 4.50 2003.

Mushrooms and truffles, prepared or preserved otherwise than by vinegar or acetic acid: 10 00 - mushrooms of the genus Agaricus free 20 00-90 00 - other free 2004 free truffles.

Other vegetables prepared or preserved otherwise than by vinegar or acetic acid, frozen, other than products of no 2006:-other vegetables and mixtures of vegetables: - in containers exceeding 5 kg: 90 11--asparagus 20.60 90 12 - free olives - in containers not exceeding 5 kg: 90 41 - asparagus 11.00 90 42 - olives-free 2005.

Other vegetables prepared or preserved otherwise than by vinegar or acetic acid, not frozen other than the products of 2006:-asparagus: 60 90 - other 9.80 - olives: 70 10 - in containers exceeding 5 kg free 70 90 - other free 2006.

Vegetables, fruit, fruit-Peel and other parts of plants, preserved by sugar (drained, Glacé or crystallised): 00 10 - tropical fruit, fruit-Peel tropical free ex 00 90 - other, free pineapple 00 90 ex - other than apples and pears 9.50 2008.

Fruit and other edible parts of plants, otherwise prepared or preserved, whether or not containing added sugar or other sweetening matter or spirit, not elsewhere specified or included:-nuts, peanuts and other seeds, whether or not mixed together:-peanuts: 11 90 - other free - other, including mixtures: 19 10 - free tropical fruits 19 90 - other 3.50 20 00 - free pineapple - citrus : 30 10 - pulp, not containing added sugar or other sweetening matter 5.50 30 90 - other free - apricots: 50 10 - pulp, not containing added sugar or other sweetening matter 10.00 50 90 - other


15.00 - peaches, including nectarines: 70 10 - pulp, not containing added sugar or sweetening matter free 70 90 - other free - other, including mixtures other than those of heading No. 2008.19:-mixtures: 92 11 - free tropical fruit 92 99 - other 8.00 - other:-pulp, not containing added sugar or other sweetening matter: 99 11 - fruit tropical free ex 99 19 - other , free banana - other:-other fruit: 99 96 - tropical fruits free 99 97 - other 20.00 2009.

Fruit juices (including grape must) or vegetable, unfermented, without adding alcohol, with or without the addition of sugar or other sweetening matter:-orange juice:-frozen: 11 10 - not containing added sugar or sweetening free 11 20 - containing added sugar or other sweetening matter 35.00 - not frozen, of a Brix value exceeding 20:12 not 10 - not containing added sugar or other sweetening matter free 12 20 - added sugar or other sweetening matter 35.00 - other : 19 30 - no added sugar or other sweetening matter free 19 40 - containing added sugar or other sweetening matter 35.00 - grapefruit or grapefruit juice:-of a Brix value not exceeding 20:21 20 - containing added sugar or other sweetening matter 35.00 - other: 29 10 - no added sugar or other sweetening matter free 29 20 - containing added sugar or other sweetening matter 35.00 - juice of any other citrus fruit : - of a Brix value not exceeding 20:-not containing added sugar or other sweetening matter: 31 11 - juice of raw lemon (even stabilized) free 31 19 - other 6.00 - other:-not containing added sugar or other sweetening matter: 39 11 - agro-cotto free 39 19 - other 6.00 - pineapple juice: - of a Brix value not not exceeding 20:41 10 - no added sugar or other sweetening matter free 41 20 - containing added sugar or other sweetening matter-free - other : 49 10 - no added sugar or other sweetening matter free 49 20 - containing added sugar or other sweetening matter free 50 00 - free tomato juice - grape juice (including grape must):-other: 69 10 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 22) 50.00 - juice of any other fruit or vegetable: 80 10 - 10.00 vegetable juice - other : - not containing added sugar or other sweetening matter: 80 81 - free tropical fruit ex 80 89 - other, of free dates--containing added sugar or other sweetening matter: 80 98 - fruit tropical free ex 80 99 - other, of free dates - mixtures of juices:-vegetable juice:-containing juice of pome fruits: 90 11 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 21) 16.00 90 29 - other 13.00 - other : - other, not containing added sugar or other sweetening matter:-other: 90 61 - fruit tropical free ex 90 69 - other, of free dates - other, containing added sugar or other sweetening matter:-other: 90 98 - fruit tropical free ex 90 99 - other, of free dates 2204.

Wine of fresh grapes, including fortified wines; grape must other than those of heading No. 2009: 10 00 - 65.00 sparkling wine - other wine; grape must with fermentation prevented or arrested by the addition of alcohol: - in containers with a capacity not exceeding 2 21 50 l: - sweet wines, specialities and mistelles free - other:-wines natural:-wines industrial: 29 41 - 29 42 free white - free Red 29 50 - sweet wines, specialities and mistelles free Fr. / litre Br. / litre 30 00 - other grape must free (CHF/100 kg gross) (CHF/100 kg gross) 2207.

Undenatured ethyl alcohol of an alcoholic strength by volume of 80% vol or higher; ethyl alcohol and other spirits, denatured of all titles: 10 00 - ethyl alcohol non-denatured of an alcoholic strength by volume of 80% vol or more free 2301.

Flour, powder and pellets, of meat or meat offal, of fish or of crustaceans, molluscs or other aquatic invertebrates, unfit for human consumption; Greaves:-flours, meals and pellets, of meat or meat offal: 10 90 - other free - flours, meals and pellets, of fish or of crustaceans, molluscs or other aquatic invertebrates: 20 90 - other free 2302.

Sons, sharps and other residues, whether or not agglomerated pellets, derived from the sifting, milling or other working of cereals or of leguminous plants:-corn: 10 90 - other-free - rice: 20 90 - other free - of wheat: 30 90 - other free - of other cereals: 40 90 - other-free - legumes: 50 90 - other free 2303.

Residues of starch manufacture and similar residues, beet-pulp, bagasse and other waste of sugar, dregs and waste brewery or Distillery, same pellets:-residues of starch manufacture and similar residues: 10 90 - other free - beet-pulp, bagasse and other waste of sugar: 20 90 - other free - brewing or distilling dregs and waste : 30 90 - other free 2304.

Oilcake and other solid residues, whether or or pellets, extraction of soybean oil: 00 90 - other free 2305.

Oilcake and other solid residues, whether or or pellets, extraction of peanut oil: 00 90 - other free 2306.

Oilcake and other solid residues, whether or pellets, extraction of fats or oils plant, other than those of heading No. 2304 or 2305:-cotton: 10 90 - other-free - lin: 20 90 - other-free - sunflower: 30 90 - other-free - shuttle or oilseed rape grains:-Shuttle or grains of low erucic acid rapeseed : 41 90 - other free - other: 49 90 - other free - of coconut or copra: 50 90 - other free - nuts or kernels: 60 90 - other-free - maize germ: 70 90 - other free - other: 90 90 - other free 2307.

0000 wine lees; free argol 2308.

Vegetable materials and vegetable waste, residues and by-products plant, whether or not agglomerated in the form of pellets, of a kind used in animal feeding, not elsewhere specified or included: 00 90 - other free 2309.

Preparations of a kind used in animal feeding:-dog or cat food, put up for retail sale:-in sealed containers: 10 21 - containing powder milk or whey 6.40 10 99 - other 5.50 - other: 90 20 - animal feed, of crushed empty shells; food for birds, free mineral materials - other: 90 90 - other free 2401.

Tobacco, raw or non-manufactured; tobacco refuse:-tobacco not stemmed/stripped: 10 10 - for the industrial manufacture of cigars, cigarettes, smoking tobacco, chewing tobacco, tobacco in rolls and tobacco snuff free - tobacco, partly or wholly stemmed/stripped: 20 10 – for the industrial manufacture of cigars, cigarettes, smoking tobacco, chewing tobacco, tobacco in rolls and tobacco snuff free - tobacco refuse : 30 10 – for the industrial manufacture of cigars, cigarettes, smoking tobacco, chewing tobacco, tobacco in rolls and tobacco snuff free 2402.

(Including those with cut ends) cigars, cigarillos and cigarettes, tobacco or of tobacco substitutes:-cigarettes containing tobacco: 20 10 - of a weight exceeding 1.35 ex, "Beedi" free ex 20 20 - of a weight not exceeding 1.35, unit "Beedi" free 2403.

Other tobacco and tobacco substitutes, manufactured; "homogenised" or "reconstituted" tobacco extracts and tobacco sauce:-other: 91 00--"homogenised" or "reconstituted" tobacco free - other: 99 10 - chewing tobacco, snuff and tobacco rolls 99 20 free - from 99 30 free tobacco - tobacco (tobacco water) sauce free 3501.

Casein, caseinates and other casein derivatives; casein glues:-caseins: 10 10 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 8) free - other:-imported within the tariff quota (c. 8) free 9011 - free casein glues 9019 - other free 3502.

Albumins (including concentrates more whey proteins, containing more than 80% whey protein by weight calculated on the dry matter), albuminates and other albumin derivatives:-ovoalbumine:-dried: 11 10 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. n. 10) 175.00 - other: 19 10 - within the limits of the tariff quota (c. 11) free 20 00 - lactalbumin, including two or more 90 00 - other free 3505 free whey protein concentrates.

Dextrins and other modified starches (starches and starch, pregelatinized or esterified for example); glues based on starches or starch, dextrin or other starches or starch modified:-Dextrins and other modified starches: 10 90 - other than for feed the free State on May 1, 2008