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4 May 2018
Commercial Information Circular No. 424/2018
Brazil : Modification of Import Tariffs on Various Products
The Brazilian government has modified the import tariffs of a number of products, and established tariff rate quota on certain imports. A summary of the changes is set out as follows:
- Certain information technology and telecommunications goods classified under Southern Common Market (Mercosur1) Common Classification (NCM) chapters 84, 85 and 90 to benefit from duty free treatment until 31 December 2019.
- Certain capital goods classified under NCM chapters 82, 84, 85, 86, 87, 89 and 90 to benefit from duty free treatment until 31 December 2019.
- Certain fixed capacitors and other apparatus classified under NCM codes 8532.21.20, 8532.24.20 and 8536.90.60 to benefit from a reduced duty of 2%.
- Certain diodes classified under NCM codes 8541.10.22 and 8541.10.29 to benefit from a reduced duty of 2%.
2.For details of the Brazilian measures and the products involved, traders are advised to consult their importers in Brazil and/or the relevant Brazilian Resolutions (in Portuguese) which are available at:
Resolution No. 14/2018 and No. 22/2018 (relevant to item (a) above) :
Resolution No. 15/2018 and No.23/2018 (relevant to item (b) above) :
Resolution No. 11/2018 (relevant to items (c) and (d) above) :
3.For enquiries concerning the content of this circular, please contact Mr Lewis LAU at telephone number 2398 5405.
(Ms Lydia CHAN)
for Director-General of Trade and Industry
1 The Southern Common Market (Mercosur) includes Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay and Venezuela. Membership of Venezuela has been temporarily suspended since 2 December 2016.
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