2019 Philippine Standard Commodity Classification (PSCC) (2022)

The Philippine Standard Commodity Classification is a detailed classification of all commodities on imports and exports being used for tariff and statistical purposes. The existing PSCC is an integration of the ASEAN Harmonized Tariff Nomenclature (AHTN) based on the Harmonized Commodity Description and Coding System (HS) issued by the World Customs Organizations (WCO) and the Standard International Trade Classification (SITC) developed by the United Nations Statistics Division (UNSD).

The PSCC serves as a standard statistical nomenclature for economic analysis, investment purposes as well as for planning and policy formulation; serves as a standard scheme on commodity groupings or classes necessary for maintaining continuity of existing series on trade statistics and for international comparability of the country’s trade statistics; and as an aid in the implementation of tariff and trade regulations.

General Principles and Basic Considerations in the Preparation of Standard Commodity Classifications

The 2019 PSCC contains the detailed classification of all commodities that enter the Philippine trade, grouped into the following broad categories called Sections:

(Video) Commodity Classification Explanation

SectionDescriptionILive animals; animal productsIIVegetable productsIIIAnimal or vegetable fats and oils and their cleavage products; prepared edible fats; animal or vegetable waxesIVPrepared foodstuffs; beverages, spirits and vinegar; tobacco and manufactured tobacco substitutesVMineral productsVIProducts of the chemical or allied industriesVIIPlastics and articles thereof; rubber and articles thereofVIIIRaw hides and skins, leather, furskins and articles thereof; saddlery and harness; travel goods, handbags and similar containers; articles of animal gut (other than silkworm gut)IXWood and articles of wood; wood charcoal; cork and articles of cork; manufactures of straw, of esparto or of other plaiting materials; basketware and wickerworkXPulp of wood or of other fibrous cellulosic material; recovered (waste and scrap) paper or paperboard; paper and paperboard and articles thereofXITextile and textile articlesXIIFootwear, headgear, umbrellas, sun umbrellas, walking-sticks, seat-sticks, whips, riding-crops and parts thereof; prepared feathers and articles made therewith; artificial flowers; articles of human hairXIIIArticles of stone, plaster, cement, asbestos, mica or similar materials; ceramic products; glass and glasswareXIVNatural or cultured pearls, precious or semi-precious stones, precious metals, metal clad with precious metals and articles thereof; imitation jewelry; coinsXVBase metals and articles of base metalsXVIMachinery and mechanical appliances; electrical equipment; parts thereof; sound recorders and reproducers, television image and sound recorders and reproducers, and parts and accessories of such articlesXVIIVehicles, aircraft, vessels and associated transport equipmentXVIIIOptical photographic, cinematographic, measuring, checking, precision, medical or surgical instruments and apparatus; clocks and watches; musical instruments; parts and accessories thereofXIXArms and ammunition; parts and accessories thereofXXMiscellaneous manufactured articlesXXIWorks of art, collectors’ pieces and antiques

For convenience in obtaining aggregates at each level, the commodity in each level in the 2019 PSCC is classified as follow:

Third level (HS Subheading) – HS subheadings are represented by the first six digits

(Video) Commodity Classification

Fourth level (AHTN subheading) – AHTN subheadings are represented by the first eight digits

Fifth level (PSCC) – The ninth and tenth-digit codes added to the eight-digit AHTN codes refer to the PSCC commodities that are not in one-to-one correspondence with the AHTN

For example: Section II – Vegetable products
PSCC Code: 0712.90.10-01 Garlic powder

(Video) Commodity Classification

The following major changes were adopted and incorporated in the 2019 PSCC.

a. Examples of new AHTN and subheadings provided with 10-digit PSCC.

COMMODITY DESCRIPTION2019 PSCCSection I – Live Animals; Animal ProductsOxen0102.29.11-00Bangai cardinal fish (Pterapogon kauderni)0301.19.91-00Napoleon wrasse (Cheilinus undulatus)0301.19.92-00Fresh water live fish: Tilapias (Oreochromis spp.)0301.99.41-00Swamp barb (Puntius chola)0302.89.22-00Livers, roes and milt0302.91.00-00Shark fins0302.92.00-00Indian mackerels (Rastrelliger kanagurta); Island mackerels (Rastrelliger faughni)0303.59.10-00Silver pomfrets (Pampus spp.)0303.59.20-00Black pomfrets (Parastromatus niger)0303.89.17-00Dogfish and other sharks0304.56.00-00Rays and skates (Rajidae)0304.57.00-00Smoked: Rock lobster and other sea crawfish (Palinurus spp., Panulirus spp., Jasus spp.)0306.11.10-00Smoked: Lobsters (Homarus spp.)0306.12.10-00For Breeding: Giant river prawns (Macrobrachium rosenbergii)0306.36.13-00Live: Giant river prawns (Macrobrachium rosenbergii)0306.36.23-00Fresh or chilled: Giant river prawns (Macrobrachium rosenbergii)0306.36.33-00Section III – Animal or vegetable fats and oils and their cleavage products; prepared edible fats; animal or vegetable waxesRefined oil (Palm Oil): Refined, Bleached and Deodorized (RBD), in packings of a net weight not exceeding 20 kg1511.90.20-01Other RBD1511.90.20-09Section VII – Plastics and articles thereof; rubber and articles thereofNatural rubber compounded with substances other than carbon or silica4005.99.20-00Water stop4008.21.30-00Rubber soling sheet4008.21.40-00Rubber hose of a kind used for gas stove4009.31.20-00
4009.32.20-00
4009.41.10-00
4009.42.20-00Finger stalls4014.90.50-00Section IX – Wood and articles of wood; wood charcoal; cork and articles of cork; manufactures of straw, of esparto or of other plaiting materials; basketware and wickerworkSawdust and wood waste and scrap, agglomerated in logs, briquettes, pellets or similar forms4401.31.00
4401.39.00Sawdust and wood waste and scrap, not agglomerated4401.40.00Coniferous4403.11Non-coniferous4403.12Section X – Pulp of wood or of other fibrous cellulosic material; recovered (waste and scrap) paper or paperboard; paper and paperboard and articles thereofOther, of bamboo4706.30.00-00Newsprint, in rolls, of a width exceeding 28 cm but not exceeding 36 cm: Weighing not more than 55 g/m24801.00.11-00 Weighing more than 55 g/m24801.00.21-00Of a kind used for writing, printing and other graphic purposes, in rolls of not more than 15 cm in width or in rectangular (including square) sheets of which no side exceeds 36 cm in the unfolded state4802.54.40-00Multi-ply paper and paperboard4802.54.50-00Section XII – Footwear, headgear, umbrellas, sun umbrellas, walking-sticks, seat-sticks, whips, riding-crops and parts thereof; prepared feathers and articles made therewith; artificial flowers; articles of human hairFor parts of footwear (including uppers whether or not attached to soles other than outer soles); removable in-soles, heel cushions and similar articles; gaiters, leggings and similar articles, and parts thereof:Of copper6406.90.22-00Of aluminium6406.90.23-00Other, of plastics6406.90.33-00Section XIV – Natural or cultured pearls, precious or semi-precious stones, precious metals, metal clad with precious metals and articles thereof; imitation jewelry; coinsIn lumps, ingots or cast bars7108.12.10-00
7110.11.10-00
7110.21.10-00
7110.31.10-00
7110.41.10-00Section XVII – Vehicles, aircraft, vessels and associated transport equipmentWith both compression-ignition internal combustion piston engine (diesel or semi-diesel) and electric motor as motors for propulsion8702.20With both spark-ignition internal combustion reciprocating piston engine and electric motor as motors for propulsion8702.30With only electric motor for propulsion8702.40Other vehicles, with both spark-ignition internal combustion reciprocating piston engine and electric motor as motors for propulsion, other than those capable of being charged by plugging to external source of electric power8703.50Other vehicles, with both spark-ignition internal combustion reciprocating piston engine and electric motor as motors for propulsion, capable of being charged by plugging to external source of electric power8703.60Other vehicles, with both compression-ignition internal combustion piston engine (diesel or semi-diesel) and electric motor as motors for propulsion, capable of being charged by plugging to external source of electric power8703.70Other vehicles, with only electric motor for propulsion8703.80Of a g.v.w. exceeding 24 t8702.10.42-00
8702.10.72-00
8702.10.82-00
8702.10.91-00
8702.20.21-00
8702.20.32-00
8702.20.41-00
8702.20.62-00
8702.20.72-00
8702.20.91-00
8702.30.21-00
8702.30.31-00
8702.30.41-00
8702.30.61-00
8702.30.71-00
8702.30.91-00
8702.40.21-00
8702.40.31-00
8702.40.41-00
8702.40.61-00
8702.40.71-00
8702.40.91-00
8702.90.21-00
8702.90.31-00
8702.90.51-00
8702.90.61-00All-Terrain Vehicles (ATV)8703.21.12-00
8703.21.42-00Sedan8703.21.15-00
8703.21.45-01
8703.21.45-02
8703.21.45-09
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b. Examples of new, emerging, highlighted and significant commodities provided with 10-digit separate code.

COMMODITY DESCRIPTION2019 PSCCSection I – Live Animals; Animal ProductsFry for breeding: Carp0301.99.21-01Ricefield eel (Asian swamp eel)0301.99.49-01Stonefish (Synanceia spp.)0301.99.59-04Bali Sardinella (Sardinella lemuru)0302.43.00-01Indian oil sardine (Sardinella longiceps)0302.43.00-02Fresh or chilled: Roundscad (Galunggong)0302.49.00-01Moonfish0303.89.19-04Section II – Vegetable productsFresh or chilled: Salad beetroot0706.90.00-02Salsify0706.90.00-03Celeriac0706.90.00-04Pumpkin0709.93.00-01Squash0709.93.00-02Chayote (Sayote)0709.93.00-03Bitter gourd (Ampalaya)0709.93.00-04Bamboo shoots0709.99.90-01Coconut shoots0709.99.90-02Frozen: Bamboo shoots,(uncooked or cooked by steaming or boiling in water),0710.80.00-01Coconut shoots (uncooked or cooked by steaming or boiling in water0710.80.00-02Carrots, (uncooked or cooked by steaming or boiling in water)0710.80.00-03Latundan (Musa Acuminata)0803.90.90-02Lakatan0803.90.90-03Chia seeds1207.99.90-01Soursop or guyabano (Annona muricata)0810.90.94-02Bilimbi (kamias)0810.90.99-04Rosemary extract1302.19.90-01Mango flour1106.30.00-03Calamansi powder1106.30.00-04Fruit and nuts, uncooked or cooked by steaming or boiling in water, frozen, whether or not containing added sugar or other sweetening matter:Jackfruit (langka)0811.90.00-03Banana0811.90.00-04Durian0811.90.00-05Bilimbi (kamias)0811.90.00-06Section IV – Prepared foodstuffs; beverages, spirits and vinegar; tobacco and manufactured tobacco substitutesOf chicken (sausage)1601.00.10-04Bamboo shoots (prepared or preserved by vinegar or acetic acid)2001.90.90-05Calamansi jam2007.99.20-02Purple jam (Ube)2007.99.20-03Mango jam2007.99.20-04Banana vinegar2209.00.00-06Apple cider vinegar2209.00.00-07Banana dehydrated2008.99.40-05Banana chips or crackers2008.99.40-06Coconut water, other than concentrates2009.89.99-15Fried garlic2005.99.10-08Section V – Mineral productsOres of gold2616.90.00-04Platinum group metals2616.90.00-05Section VI – Products of the chemical or allied industriesIsobutane2901.10.00-04Propane2901.10.00-05Cyclodecane2901.10.00-06Tryptophan2933.99.90-01Losartan potassium USP2933.99.90-02Pizotifen2934.99.90-01Acesulfame-k2934.99.90-02Citicoline monosodium salt2934.99.90-03Ketoconazole2934.99.90-04Anti-hypertension medicaments3004.90.89-02Anti-diabetes medicaments3004.90.89-03Hair dyes and bleaches3305.90.00-05Modified starches3505.10.90-02Section VIII – Raw hides and skins, leather, furskins and articles thereof; saddlery and harness; travel goods, handbags and similar containers; articles of animal gut (other than silkworm gut)Of bovine, of a weight per skin not exceeding 8 kg when simply dried, 10 kg when dry-salted, or 14 kg when fresh, wet-salted or otherwise preserved4101.20.00-01Of bovine, of a weight per skin more than 14 kg but not exceeding 16 kg when fresh or wet-salted4101.20.00-02Of equine4101.20.00-04Of bovine, fresh or wet-salted4101.50.00-01Of bovine, otherwise preserved4101.50.00-02Section XI – Textile and textile articlesCoconut dust/peat in bricks5305.00.22-02Abaca fibres:S-JK5305.00.23-26S-MI5305.00.23-27S-L5305.00.23-28S-O5305.00.23-31L5305.00.23-32Y25305.00.23-33Other textile fibre:Banana5305.00.90-04Water hyacinth5305.00.90-05Other yarn:Banana yarn5308.90.90-02Water hyacinth5308.90.90-04Polyamide5401.10.10-02Rayon filaments5401.20.10-01Section XIII – Articles of stone, plaster, cement, asbestos, mica or similar materials; ceramic products; glass and glasswareAbrasive paper6805.20.00-02Other roofing products6807.10.00-02Boral plaster board (Gypsum board)6809.19.90-01Plaster board6809.90.90-01Expanded Polystyrene (EPS) sandwich wall panel6810.91.00-02Wall panels, other than EPS sandwich wall panel6810.91.00-03Articles of artificial stone6810.91.00-04Coir boards6811.82.90-01Other, Fibre-cement boards6811.82.90-02Touchstones for testing precious metal6815.99.00-01Section XIV – Natural or cultured pearls, precious or semi-precious stones, precious metals, metal clad with precious metals and articles thereof; imitation jewelry; coinsGold pellet7108.12.90-01Section XV – Base metals and articles of base metalsWire rods, other than of high speed steel or silicon-manganese steel7227.90.00-01Copper bonding wire7408.19.00-03Section XVI – Machinery and mechanical appliances; electrical equipment; parts thereof; sound recorders and reproducers, television image and sound recorders and reproducers, and parts and accessories of such articlesNitrogen gas generator8405.10.00-02Incinerators, other than waste incinerator8417.80.00-05Machines for sheeting rubber8420.10.90-02Printing by the ink-jet process8443.31.91-01
8443.31.99-01Printing by the laser process8443.31.91-02
8443.31.99-02Thermal printers8443.32.90-01Shredding machines8472.90.60-04Purifying machinery and apparatus whether or not for domestic use8421.21.19-06
8421.21.22-03
8421.21.23-03
8421.22.30-03Solid State drives8471.70.99-01DRAM and Non-DRAM8542.31.00-05
8542.32.00-05Multi-component Integrated Circuits (MCO):Sensors8542.31.00-06
8542.32.00-06
8542.33.00-05
8542.39.00-05Actuators8542.31.00-07
8542.32.00-07
8542.33.00-06
8542.39.00-06Oscillators8542.31.00-08
8542.32.00-08
8542.33.00-07
8542.39.00-07Resonators8542.31.00-11
8542.32.00-11
8542.33.00-08
8542.39.00-08Section XVIII – Optical photographic, cinematographic, measuring, checking, precision, medical or surgical instruments and apparatus; clocks and watches; musical instruments; parts and accessories thereof.Periscopes9013.10.00-03Cannulae9018.39.90-02Pedometers9029.10.90-02Mileometer9029.10.90-03Stroboscopes9029.20.90-02Electric guitar9207.90.00-01

c. Examples of prohibited commodities provided with 10-digit separate code.

d. Example of reclassified commodity.

FAQs

2019 Philippine Standard Commodity Classification (PSCC)? ›

A statistical suffix, which is limited to two digits, shall be added to the eight-digit AHTN code to come up with the 10-digit PSCC Code in order to accommodate the commodities included in the PSCC but are not included in the AHTN.
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COMMODITY DESCRIPTION2019 PSCC
Coniferous4403.11
Non-coniferous4403.12
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What is PSCC code? ›

Back to Publication Catalog. The Philippine Standard Commodity Classification (PSCC) is a detailed classification of all imported and exported commodities being used for tariff and statistical purposes.

Is HS code and commodity code the same? ›

Commodity Codes can also be loosely referred to as Taric Codes, HS Codes, Tariff Codes or Tariff Headings. It is important that you provide the right commodity code to ensure that you pay the correct amount of customs duties, taxes and other charges.

What are the classification of commodities? ›

Commodities shall be classified as Class I, II, III, IV, or high hazard in accordance with section 3203.1 of the IFC. Materials listed within each commodity classification are assumed to be unmodified for improved combustibility characteristics.

What are the commodity codes? ›

Commodity codes are standard classification codes for products and services used to detail where money is spent within a company. Using these codes tells Procurement Services what kinds of items are purchased most, so we can build better contracts to serve your needs.

How do I find my HS code for import? ›

In India, you can search the DGFT website or several non-governmental portals for the ITC (HS) code list. In the US, you can look up the Harmonised Tariff Schedule on the ITC website.

What is standard commodity? ›

Definition of commodity standard

: a monetary standard in which the medium of exchange consists of an economic good or goods the gold standard is one type of commodity standard.

Where do I find the commodity code? ›

Commodity codes can be found on the Trade Tariff website.
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Your commodity code tells you:
  1. The duty and VAT ratings you'll be charged for your goods.
  2. If you can apply for a preferential duty rating (General System of Preference aka GSP)
  3. Whether your product requires an import license.
  4. Whether anti-dumping duties apply.
May 16, 2020

Is commodity code 8 or 10 digits? ›

The 9 and 10 digit of the commodity code provides additional detail in relation to the goods being declared. Although most Customs Duty rates are set with the first 8 digits they can affect the duty due and measures applied to the goods. This is only used on import declarations.

What happens if I use the wrong commodity code? ›

If you use an incorrect commodity code, you might find that your goods are seized or delayed by customs. You might pay incorrect VAT or duty, and – if you pay too little – could be liable for extra fees and charges.

What are Class 4 commodities? ›

Class IV commodities are Class I, II or III products containing Group A plastics in ordinary corrugated cartons; Class I, II and III products with Group A plastic packaging; Group B plastics; and free-flowing Group A plastics with or without wood pallets.

What is a Class 5 commodity? ›

Class V – Plastics

Group A is the type of plastic for many consumer items, such as toys, bottles for soda, and plastics found around the home. Group B plastics are softer, more pliable, and often include plastic tubing and nylon-derived materials as well.

What does classification of goods mean? ›

Classification of goods means the identification of appellations and commodity codes of goods according to Viet Nam export and import classification Nomenclature based on characteristics, ingredients, composition, physical and chemical properties, utilities, packaging specifications and other particularities of goods.

Are all commodity codes 10 digits? ›

Commodity Codes are composed of ten digit numbers, however for certain goods there are an additional four digits.

How many commodity codes are there? ›

There are over 20 different commodity codes to choose from, covering anything from vegetable products to antiques and even rawhides. Luckily, the government have taken pity on us, and created a simple guide to help you pick the right code.

How do you use commodity codes? ›

What are commodity codes? - YouTube

Is HS code required on commercial invoice? ›

If you know—or believe—an HS number is incorrect and proceed to use it anyway, you're committing fraud. Ultimately, it is your responsibility to use the correct code no matter the circumstance. Not including an HS number on your export invoice allows you to avoid this conflict.

How do you read HS codes? ›

The first two digits designate the HS Chapter. The second two digits designate the HS heading. The third two digits designate the HS subheading. HS code 1006.30, for example indicates Chapter 10 (Cereals), Heading 06 (Rice), and Subheading 30 (Semi-milled or wholly milled rice, whether or not polished or glazed).

How do I check my customs duty? ›

You can access the custom duty calculator in the ICEGATE portal. Once you access the calculator, you will be required to enter the HS Code (CTH Code) of the good you are planning to import. Enter description within 30 characters and select the country of origin (for antidumping or preferential duty).

What are the 3 types of commodities? ›

Since there are so many commodities, they are grouped into three major categories: agriculture, energy, and metals.

What are commodities examples? ›

Traditional examples of commodities include grains, gold, beef, oil, and natural gas. Commodities affect the prices of your food, gasoline, plane tickets, jewelry, and the clothes you wear.

Which of these is an example of a commodity? ›

Some traditional examples of commodities include grains, gold, beef, oil, and natural gas. More recently, the definition has expanded to include financial products, such as foreign currencies and indexes.

How do you read a 8 digit HS code? ›

Understanding the Structure & Bifurcation Of HSN Code

In the 8 digit structure of an HSN Code, the first 2 digits define the Chapter, at 4 digit level are the headings, at 6 digit are the subheadings and finally at 8 digit are the tariff items.

Why are commodity codes required? ›

Why do you need a Commodity Code? The correct declaration of goods enables you to ensure that you pay the right amount of tax and duties, and that you can take advantage of any Customs benefits where relevant, such as duty suspension or preferential duty rates.

How do I find the commodity code in SAP? ›

You can find the description of commodity codes in /SAPSLL/CLSNRT (description of commodity codes) tables.

Are commodity codes changing? ›

With regards to this, from 01/01/22, Commodity Codes are also changing. Our customers need to be aware of these changes, to ensure all imports and exports are handled correctly.

How many digits is the international HS code? ›

It is an international customs classification system which allocates a unique 6-digit HS code to each group of products.

Who is responsible for correct HS code? ›

HS-Code stands for Harmonized System Code. It is developed and maintained by the World Customs Organization in Brussels. HS-Codes are used by Customs Authorities worldwide to categorize products.

Who decides what HS code to use? ›

The HS is administrated by the World Customs Organization (WCO) and is updated every five years. It serves as the foundation for the import and export classification systems used in the United States and by many trading partners. The HS assigns specific six-digit codes for varying classifications and commodities.

Can I ship without HS code? ›

A 10 digit HS code is required at the time of release to allow Customs to make the appropriate admissibility, examination, and release decisions.

What is a Class 3 commodity? ›

A Class III commodity is defined as a product fashioned from wood, paper, natural fibers, or Group C plastics with or without cartons, boxes, or crates.

What are Class A plastics? ›

The storage of Group A Plastics, such as ABS, acetal, acrylic, butyl rubber, EPDM (ethylene propylene rubber), FRP (fiberglass reinforced polyester), expanded natural rubber, nitrile rubber, PET, polybutadiene, polycarbonate, polyester based elastomers, polyethylene, polypropylene, polystyrene (expanded or unexpanded), ...

What is a Class 4 sprinkler system? ›

Class IV — This class includes Class I, II, or III products and packaging containing a significant amount of Group A plastics (5-15 percent by weight or 5-25 percent by volume) stored in ordinary corrugated cartons with or without Group A plastic packing, which may be stored with or without the use of pallets.

What commodity class is furniture? ›

3203.8 Examples of Commodity Classification
PRODUCT CATEGORYPRODUCTCLASSIFICATION
Furniture and beddingFurniture; wood; plastic coverings; nonexpanded plastic trimClass IV
Mattress; foam (in finished form)High-hazard (Group A expanded)
Pillows, foam rubber and foam plasticsHigh-hazard (Group A expanded)
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What is a Category 3 sprinkler system? ›

These categories range from 1-3. Category 1 covers individual dwellings to small blocks of flats (less than 18M high). Category 2 covers large blocks of flats (over 18M high) and small residential care homes (10 residents or less). Category 3 covers large residential care homes (more than 10 residents) to hostels.

What class is plastic pallets? ›

IV - Class IV Commodity. Refer to 5.6. 2 if a plastic pallet is used. FIGURE 5.6.

What are the 4 classifications of products? ›

What are the four classifications of products?
  • Convenience goods.
  • Shopping goods.
  • Specialty goods.
  • Unsought goods.
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What are the 5 classifications of products? ›

Classification of Products: On the basis of Durability and Tangibility, On the basis of Consumer Shopping Habits and a Few Others
  • Consumer Products:
  • Industrial Products:
  • Consumer Goods:
  • Industrial Goods:

What are the standards of good classification? ›

The Standard Classification of Goods
  • Structure. ...
  • Terminology and spelling. ...
  • Units of measure. ...
  • Industry of origin. ...
  • Interpretative rules and legal notes. ...
  • Current coverage. ...
  • Updating. ...
  • HS implementation, by survey.
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What is the commodity code for documents? ›

4901 10 - Printed books, brochures, leaflets and similar printed matter, whether or not in single sheets, In single sheets, whether or not folded – Taric Support.

Are HS codes universal? ›

You use an HS code because it is a universal classification tool. Many governments add additional digits to the HS number to further distinguish products in certain categories. These additional digits are typically different in every country.

What are kitchen commodities? ›

Food commodities generally refer to ingredients required to produce different varieties of foods.

What is food commodity? ›

Food commodity means any commodity that is derived from an agricultural animal or crop, both as defined in section 717A. 1, which is intended for human consumption in its raw or processed state.

What is a commodity warehouse? ›

Commodity warehouse means a warehouse, shipping plant, depository, or other facility that has been designated or approved by a trading facility as a regular delivery point for a commodity on contracts of sale for future delivery; and.

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