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Importing goods covered by a tariff-rate quota

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How to check the tariff rates that apply to goods you import.

Importing goods covered by a tariff-rate quota

Some products are covered by a tariff-rate quota (TRQ).

If there’s a TRQ for your product, you can apply to import a limited amount at a zero or reduced rate of customs duty.  If this limit is exceeded, a higher tariff rate applies.

Some tariff-rate quotas are only applicable to products imported from a specified country.

Additional duties on goods originating in Russia and Belarus

See information on additional duties on goods originating in Russia and Belarus.


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