Circular 22/2012/tt-Bct: Regulating The Import Of The Salt, Sugar, Eggs And Poultry Tariff Quotas By 2012

Original Language Title: Thông tư 22/2012/TT-BCT: Quy định việc nhập khẩu các mặt hàng muối, đường, trứng gia cầm theo hạn ngạch thuế quan năm 2012

Subscribe to a Global-Regulation Premium Membership Today!

Key Benefits:

Subscribe Now for only USD$20 per month, or Get a Day Pass for only USD$4.99.
 

Pursuant to Decree No. 189/2007/ND-CP on December 27, 2007 of the Government functions, tasks, powers and organizational structure of the Ministry of industry and trade;

Pursuant to Decree No. 44/2010/ND-CP dated 14 December 2010 of the Government revisions, supplements article 3 of Decree 189/2007/ND-CP of the Government; Pursuant to Decree No. 12/2006/ND-CP dated 23 January 2006 from the Government detailing the trade Enforcement Act of purchase and sale of goods and international dealers buying, selling, processing and transiting goods with foreign countries;

Pursuant to circular No. 04/2006/TT-BTM on 6 April 2006, the Department of Commerce's (now Ministry of industry and trade) of the content specified in Decree No. 12/2006/ND-CP dated 23 January 2006 from the Government detailing the trade Enforcement Act of purchase and sale of international goods agent activities and purchasing , selling, processing and transiting goods with foreign countries;

After the Exchange with the Ministry of agriculture and rural development and the Ministry of finance, the Minister of industry and trade regulations the importation of items of salt, sugar, eggs and poultry tariff quotas by 2012 as follows: article 1. The amount of goods imported under the tariff quota year 2012 TT code goods item Name quantity unit 1 04070091 dozen eggs 40,000 04070092 04070099 other Types of duck eggs Salt 2 2501 tonnes 102,000 3 1701 refined sugar, raw sugar article 2 of 70,000 tons. The principle of licensing imports of goods under tariff quotas 1. Traders are divided on the import tariff quota allocation of salt, sugar, and egg in accordance with circular No. 04/2006/TT-BTM on 6 April 2006, the Department of Commerce's (now Ministry of industry and trade) of the content specified in Decree No. 12/2006/ND-CP dated 23 January 2006 from the Government detailing the trade Enforcement Act of purchase and sale international goods agent operations and buying, selling, processing and transiting goods with foreign countries.

2. Industry segment import tariff quota delivered 100,000 tons of industrial salt for the traders directly used as raw materials for chemical production and 2,000 tons of pure salts for the traders directly used as raw materials for manufacture of medical products.

3. Industry segment import tariff quota delivered 50,000 tons of refined sugar and raw sugar for traders to directly use the sugar as raw materials production and 20,000 tons of raw sugar for sugar traders to provide refined production, consumer.

Article 3. Effective enforcement of this circular effect since August 6, 2012 to December 31 2012./.