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Appendix. European Community: Selected Trade Measures Introduced and Eliminated on an EC-Wide Basis During 19911

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International Monetary Fund. Monetary and Capital Markets Department
Published Date:
January 1992
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Antidumping Duties

1. Introduction

January 11. Provisional antidumping duty was imposed on imports of small-screen color television receivers originating in China and Hong Kong (Commission Regulation No. 129/91).

March 4. Definitive antidumping duty was imposed on imports of certain types of electronic microcircuits known as EPROMs (erasable programmable read-only memories) originating in Japan (Council Regulation No. 577/91).

March 4. Definitive antidumping duty was imposed on imports of barium chloride originating in China (Council Regulation No. 541/91).

April 8. Definitive antidumping duty was imposed on imports of certain welded tubes, and iron or nonalloy steel originating in Turkey and Venezuela (Council Regulation No. 898/91).

April 23. Provisional antidumping duty was imposed on imports of video cassette tapes originating in China (Commission Regulation No. 1034/91).

April 29. Definitive antidumping duty was imposed on imports of ferro-silicon originating in Brazil (Council Regulation No. 1115/91).

May 13. Definitive antidumping duty was imposed on imports of audiocassette tapes originating in Japan and the Republic of Korea (Council Regulation No. 1251/91).

May 23. Provisional antidumping duty was imposed on imports of gas-fueled, nonrefillable, pocket flint lighters originating in China, Japan, the Republic of Korea, and Thailand (Commission Regulation No. 1386/91).

May 27. Definitive antidumping duty was imposed on imports of aspartame originating in Japan and the United States (Council Regulation No. 1391/91).

May 29. Provisional antidumping duty was imposed on imports of oxalic acid originating in China and India (Commission Regulation No. 1472/91).

June 24. Definitive antidumping duty was imposed on imports of espadrilles originating in China (Council Regulation No. 1812/91).

July 11. Provisional antidumping duty was imposed on imports of dihydrostreptomycin originating in China (Commission Regulation No. 2054/91).

July 15. Definitive antidumping duty was imposed on imports of small-screen color television receivers originating in China and Hong Kong (Council Regulation No. 2093/91).

September 23. Provisional antidumping duty was imposed on imports into the EC of certain thermal paper originating in Japan (Commission Regulation No. 2805/91).

September 23. Provisional antidumping duty was imposed on imports of cotton yarn originating in Brazil, Egypt, and Turkey (Commission Regulation No. 2818/91).

September 27. Provisional antidumping duty was imposed on imports of certain polyester yarns (man-made staple fibers) originating in China, India, Indonesia, Taiwan Province of China, and Turkey (Commission Regulation No. 2904/91).

November 25. Definitive antidumping duty was imposed on imports of oxalic acid originating in China and India (Council Regulation No. 3434/91).

November 25. Definitive antidumping duty was imposed on imports of gas-fueled, nonrefillable pocket flint lighters originating in China, Japan, the Republic of Korea, and Thailand (Council Regulation No. 3433/91).

December 19. Definitive antidumping duty was imposed on imports of dihydrostreptomycin originating in China (Council Regulation No. 3836/91).

2. Extension

March 4. Provisional antidumping duty on imports of audiocassette tapes originating in Hong Kong, Japan, and the Republic of Korea was extended (Council Regulation No. 578/91).

March 25. Provisional antidumping duty on imports of aspartame originating in Japan and the United States was extended (Council Regulation No. 792/91).

April 22. Provisional antidumping duty on imports of espadrilles originating in China was extended (Council Regulation No. 1051/91).

May 14. Provisional antidumping duty on imports of small-screen color television receivers originating in China and Hong Kong was extended (Council Regulation No. 1283/91).

August 2. Provisional antidumping duty on imports of videocassette tapes originating in China was extended (Council Regulation No. 2525/91).

September 23. Provisional antidumping duty on imports of oxalic acid originating in China and India was extended (Council Regulation No. 2833/91).

September 23. Provisional antidumping duty on imports of gas-fuelled, nonrefillable pocket flint lighters originating in China, Japan, the Republic of Korea, and Thailand was extended (Council Regulation No. 2832/91).

3. Elimination

December 12. Definitive antidumping duty on imports of certain iron or steel coils originating in Algeria, Mexico, and Yugoslavia was terminated, repealing Decision No. 2132/88/ECSC (Commission Decision No. 3692/91/ECSC).

Countervailing Charges

1. Introduction

January 18. Countervailing charge was imposed on imports of fresh sweet oranges originating in Egypt (Commission Regulation No. 131/91).

February 20. Countervailing charge was imposed on imports of cucumbers originating in the Canary Islands (Commission Regulation No. 407/91).

March 13. Countervailing charge was imposed on cucumbers originating in Bulgaria (Commission Regulation No. 607/91).

April 10. Countervailing charge was imposed on cucumbers originating in the Canary Islands (Commission Regulation No. 894/91).

April 10. Countervailing charge was imposed on fresh lemons originating in Morocco (Commission Regulation No. 895/91).

April 11. Countervailing charge was imposed and preferential customs duty was suspended on tomatoes originating in Turkey (Commission Regulation No. 911/91).

April 12. Countervailing charge was imposed on cucumbers originating in Poland (Commission Regulation No. 923/91).

May 2. Countervailing charge was imposed on tomatoes originating in the Canary Islands (Commission Regulation No. 1129/91).

May 7. Countervailing charge was imposed on cucumbers originating in Poland (Commission Regulation No. 1188/91).

May 16. Countervailing charge was imposed on imports of tomatoes originating in Morocco (Commission Regulation No. 1292/91).

May 17. Countervailing charge was imposed and preferential customs duty was suspended on imports of tomatoes originating in Turkey (Commission Regulation No. 1309/91).

May 17. Countervailing charge was imposed on tomatoes originating in the Canary Islands (Commission Regulation No. 1310/91).

May 24. Countervailing charge was imposed on tomatoes originating in Israel (Commission Regulation No. 1372/91).

May 27. Provisional countervailing charge was imposed on imports of polyester fibers and polyester yarns originating in Turkey (Commission Regulation No. 1432/91).

June 6. Countervailing charge was imposed on fresh lemons originating in Israel (Commission Regulation No. 1542/91).

June 10. Countervailing charge was imposed on imports of tomatoes originating in the Canary Islands (Commission Regulation No. 1569/91).

June 11. Countervailing charge was imposed on imports of apricots originating in Tunisia (Commission Regulation No. 1584/91).

June 14. Countervailing charge was imposed on imports of fresh lemons originating in Argentina (Commission Regulation No. 1676/91).

June 24. Countervailing charge was imposed on apricots originating in Tunisia (Commission Regulation No. 1791/91).

July 9. Countervailing charge was imposed on fresh lemons originating in Uruguay (Commission Regulation No. 2002/91).

August 13. Countervailing charge was imposed on fresh lemons originating in Uruguay (Commission Regulation No. 2464/91).

August 14. Countervailing charge was imposed on fresh lemons originating in Argentina (Commission Regulation No. 2476/91).

August 30. Countervailing charge was imposed on table grapes originating in Turkey (Commission Regulation No. 2619/91).

September 12. Countervailing charge was imposed on certain varieties of plum originating in Bulgaria (Commission Regulation No. 2704/91).

September 24. Countervailing charge was imposed on fresh lemons originating in Uruguay (Commission Regulation No. 2794/91).

September 24. Countervailing charge was imposed on tomatoes originating in Poland (Commission Regulation No. 2793/91).

September 26. Countervailing charge was imposed on fresh lemons originating in Argentina (Commission Regulation No. 2822/91).

October 2. Countervailing charge was imposed on fresh lemons originating in Argentina (Commission Regulation No. 2909/91), repealing Commission Regulation No. 2822/91).

October 3. Countervailing charge was imposed on apples originating in Argentina (Commission Regulation No. 2918/91).

October 4. Countervailing charge was imposed on apples originating in Hungary (Commission Regulation No. 2935/91).

October 7. Countervailing charge was imposed on apples originating in Australia (Commission Regulation No. 2947/91).

October 16. Countervailing charge was imposed on fresh lemons originating in Uruguay (Commission Regulation No. 3028/91).

October 17. Countervailing charge was imposed on apples originating in Argentina (Commission Regulation No. 3044/91).

November 13. Countervailing charge was imposed on fresh lemons originating in Argentina (Commission Regulation No. 3314/91).

November 21. Countervailing charge was imposed on apples originating in Hungary (Commission Regulation No. 3400/91).

December 4. Countervailing charge was imposed on fresh lemons originating in South Africa (Commission Regulation No. 3525/91).

December 23. Countervailing charge was imposed on apples originating in Hungary (Commission Regulation No. 3793/91).

2. Amendment

May 24. Countervailing charge on imports of tomatoes originating in the Canary Islands was amended (Commission Regulation No. 1373/91).

June 21. Countervailing charge on imports of fresh lemons originating in Argentina was amended (Commission Regulation No. 1775/91).

July 1. Countervailing charge on imports of fresh lemons originating in Argentina was amended (Commission Regulation No. 1922/91).

July 5. Countervailing charge on imports of fresh lemons originating in Argentina was amended (Commission Regulation No. 1984/91).

July 23. Countervailing charge on imports of fresh lemons originating in Argentina was amended (Commission Regulation No. 2167/91).

July 26. Countervailing charge on imports of fresh lemons originating in Uruguay was amended (Commission Regulation No. 2255/91).

August 21. Countervailing charge on imports of fresh lemons originating in Argentina was amended (Commission Regulation No. 2508/91).

August 22. Countervailing charge on imports of fresh lemons originating in Uruguay was amended (Commission Regulation No. 2520/91).

August 28. Countervailing charge on imports of fresh lemons originating in Uruguay was amended (Commission Regulation No. 2557/91).

September 2. Countervailing charge on imports of fresh lemons originating in Argentina was amended (Commission Regulation No. 2625/91).

September 10. Countervailing charge on imports of fresh lemons originating in Argentina was amended (Commission Regulation No. 2683/91).

October 11. Countervailing charge on imports of fresh lemons originating in Argentina was amended (Commission Regulation No. 2987/91).

October 18. Countervailing charge on imports of fresh lemons originating in Argentina was amended (Commission Regulation No. 3064/91).

October 24. Countervailing charge on imports of fresh lemons originating in Argentina was amended (Commission Regulation No. 3109/91).

October 30. Countervailing charge on imports of fresh lemons originating in Uruguay was amended (Commission Regulation No. 3177/91).

November 20. Countervailing charge on imports of fresh lemons originating in Argentina was amended (Commission Regulation No. 3386/91).

November 27. Countervailing charge on imports of fresh lemons originating in Argentina was amended (Commission Regulation No. 3442/91).

November 28. Countervailing charge on imports of tomatoes originating in Poland was amended (Commission Regulation No. 3460/91).

3. Elimination

January 2. Countervailing charge on imports of fresh tangerines originating in Morocco was eliminated (Commission Regulation No. 9/91).

January 24. Countervailing charge on imports of fresh sweet oranges originating in Egypt was eliminated (Commission Regulation No. 170/91).

February 25. Countervailing charge on imports of cucumbers originating in the Canary Islands was eliminated (Commission Regulation No. 434/91).

March 20. Countervailing charge on imports of cucumbers originating in Bulgaria was eliminated (Commission Regulation No. 680/91).

April 23. Countervailing charge on imports of cucumbers originating in the Canary Islands was eliminated (Commission Regulation No. 995/91).

April 23. Countervailing charge on imports of tomatoes originating in Turkey was eliminated (Commission Regulation No. 997/91).

April 26. Countervailing charge on imports of lemons originating in Morocco was eliminated (Commission Regulation No. 1069/91).

May 8. Countervailing charge on imports of tomatoes originating in the Canary Islands was eliminated (Commission Regulation No. 1229/91).

May 21. Countervailing charge on imports of cucumbers originating in Poland was eliminated (Commission Regulation No. 1319/91).

May 27. Countervailing charge on imports of tomatoes originating in Morocco was eliminated (Commission Regulation No. 1390/91).

June 5. Countervailing charge on imports of tomatoes originating in Israel was eliminated (Commission Regulation No. 1530/91).

June 10. Countervailing charge on imports of tomatoes originating in Turkey was eliminated (Commission Regulation No. 1568/91).

June 13. Countervailing charge on imports of lemons originating in Israel was eliminated (Commission Regulation No. 1616/91).

July 16. Countervailing charge on imports of cherries originating in Bulgaria was eliminated (Commission Regulation No. 2086/91).

July 31. Countervailing charge on imports of fresh lemons originating in Uruguay was eliminated (Commission Regulation No. 2327/91).

August 7. Countervailing charge on imports of fresh lemons originating in Argentina was eliminated (Commission Regulation No. 2404/91).

September 3. Countervailing charge on imports of fresh lemons originating in Uruguay was eliminated (Commission Regulation No. 2635/91).

September 5. Countervailing charge on imports of table grapes originating in Turkey was eliminated (Commission Regulation No. 2659/91).

September 16. Countervailing charge on imports of fresh lemons originating in Argentina was eliminated (Commission Regulation No. 2727/91).

October 2. Countervailing charge on imports of certain varieties of plum originating in Bulgaria was eliminated (Commission Regulation No. 2908/91).

October 3. Countervailing charge on imports of fresh lemons originating in Uruguay was eliminated (Commission Regulation No. 2919/91).

October 4. Countervailing charge on imports of tomatoes originating in Poland was eliminated (Commission Regulation No. 2936/91).

October 10. Countervailing charge on imports of apples originating in Hungary was eliminated (Commission Regulation No. 2975/91).

October 10. Countervailing charge on imports of apples originating in Argentina was eliminated (Commission Regulation No. 2996/91).

October 25. Countervailing charge on imports of apples originating in Argentina was eliminated (Commission Regulation No. 3127/91).

October 28. Countervailing charge on imports of apples originating in Australia was eliminated (Commission Regulation No. 3138/91).

October 29. Countervailing charge on imports of fresh lemons originating in Argentina was eliminated (Commission Regulation No. 3154/91).

November 13. Countervailing charge on imports of fresh lemons originating in Uruguay was eliminated (Commission Regulation No. 3313/91).

November 28. Countervailing charge on imports of apples originating in Hungary was eliminated (Commission Regulation No. 3459/91).

December 9. Countervailing charge on imports of fresh lemons originating in Argentina was eliminated (Commission Regulation No. 3576/91).

December 11. Countervailing charge on imports of fresh lemons originating in South Africa was eliminated (Commission Regulation No. 3599/91).

December 12. Countervailing charge on imports of tomatoes originating in Poland was eliminated (Commission Regulation No. 3614/91).

Community Tariff Quotas

Establishment

June 17. Community tariff quota was established for certain quality wines and sparkling wines originating in Austria (Council Regulation No. 1757/91).

June 26. Community tariff quota was established for heifers and cows, other than those intended for slaughter, of certain mountain breeds (Council Regulation No. 1894/91).

June 27. Community tariff quota was established for bulls, cows, and heifers, other than those intended for slaughter, of certain Alpine breeds (Council Regulation No. 1895/91).

June 28. Community tariff quota was established for certain agricultural products originating in Cyprus, Egypt, Israel, Morocco, and Tunisia (Council Regulation No. 1910/91).

June 28. Community tariff quota was established for rum, tafia, and arrack originating in the African, Caribbean, and Pacific States (Council Regulation No. 1908/91).

June 28. Community tariff quota was established for rum, tafia, and arrack originating in the overseas countries and territories associated with the European Community (Council Regulation No. 1909/91).

July 8. Community tariff quota was established for a certain form of manganese (Council Regulation No. 2026/91).

July 8. Community tariff quota was established for ferrochromium containing more than 6 percent of carbon by weight (Council Regulation No. 2027/91).

November 11. Community tariff quota was established for frozen peas originating in Sweden (Council Regulation No. 3303/91).

November 11. Community tariff quota was established for certain agricultural and fishery products originating in certain EFTA countries (Council Regulation No. 3304/91).

November 18. Community tariff quota was established for ferrochromium containing more than 6 percent of carbon by weight (Council Regulation No. 3372/91).

November 18. Community tariff quota was established for certain industrial products (Council Regulation No. 3373/91).

November 18. Community tariff quota was established for fresh or dried hazelnuts, shelled or not, originating in Turkey (Council Regulation No. 3403/91).

November 19. Community tariff quota was established for chemically pure fructose originating in third countries not bound to the EC by a preferential trade agreement (Council Regulation No. 3392/91).

December 10. Community tariff quota was established for certain agricultural products originating in the African, Caribbean, and Pacific States (Council Regulation No. 3583/91).

December 11. Community tariff quota was established for frozen thin skirts of bovine animals falling under CN code 0206–26–91 (1992) (Council Regulation No. 3670/91).

December 11. Community tariff quota was established for frozen meat of bovine animals falling under CN code 0202 and for products falling under CN code 0206–29–91 (Council Regulation No. 3667/91).

December 11. Community tariff quota was established for high-quality fresh, chilled, or frozen meat of bovine animals falling under CN codes 0201 and 0202 and for products falling under CN codes 0206–10–95 and 0206–29–91 (Council Regulation No. 3668/91).

December 11. Community tariff quota was established for frozen buffalo meat falling under CN code 0202–30–90 (Council Regulation No. 3669/91).

December 12. Community tariff quota was established for prepared or preserved sardines originating in Morocco, for the period January 1 through February 29, 1992 (Council Regulation No. 3732/91).

December 18. Community tariff quota was established for certain fishery products (Council Regulation No. 3902/91).

December 19. Community tariff quota was established for certain agricultural and industrial products (Council Regulation No. 3906/91).

December 19. Community tariff quota was established for certain agricultural products originating in Algeria, Egypt, Morocco, and Tunisia (Council Regulation No. 3910/91).

December 19. Community tariff quota was established for certain handmade products (Council Regulation No. 3877/91).

December 19. Community tariff quota was established for certain hand-woven fabrics, pile, and chenille (Council Regulation No. 3878/91).

December 19. Community tariff quota was established for certain fruits and fruit juices (Council Regulation No. 3879/91).

December 19. Community tariff quota was established for certain agricultural products originating in Israel (Council Regulation No. 3912/91).

December 19. Community tariff quota was established for certain agricultural products originating in Cyprus (Council Regulation No. 3913/91).

December 23. Community tariff quota was established for certain fish and fishery products originating in the Faroe Islands (Council Regulation No. 3923/91).

Common Customs Tariff

Suspension

May 31. Common Customs Tariff import duty on certain industrial products (in the chemical and allied sectors) was suspended (Council Regulation No. 1811/91).

May 31. Common Customs Tariff import duty on certain industrial products (in the microelectronics and related sectors) was suspended (Council Regulation No. 1810/91).

June 14. Common Customs Tariff import duty on fresh lemons originating in Israel was suspended (Council Regulation No. 1677/91).

November 11. Common Customs Tariff import duty on certain industrial products (in the chemical and allied sectors) was suspended (Council Regulation No. 3449/91).

November 11. Common Customs Tariff import duty on a number of agricultural products was suspended (Council Regulation No. 3448/91).

November 18. Common Customs Tariff import duty on a number of products intended for the construction, maintenance, and repair of aircraft was suspended (Council Regulation No. 3450/91).

November 25. Common Customs Tariff import duty on certain industrial products (in the microelectronics and related sectors) was suspended (Council Regulation No. 3544/91).

December 16. Common Customs Tariff import duty on products covered by Regulation No. 3833/90 and originating in Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, and Panama was suspended (Council Regulation No. 3900/91).

December 16. Common Customs Tariff import duty on certain agricultural products originating in Turkey (1992) was suspended (Council Regulation No. 3764/91).

December 19. Common Customs Tariff import duty on certain mixtures of residues from the manufacture of starch from maize and residues from the extraction of maize germ oil by the wet process was suspended (Council Regulation No. 3799/91).

Preferential Tariff Arrangement

Elimination

March 8. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Code 3102–10) originating in Brazil, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 570/91).

April 4. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Codes 8527, 8528, and 8529) originating in China, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 836/91).

April 25. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Code 3102–80–00) originating in Bulgaria, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 1037/91).

May 3. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within category 6—Order No. 40.0060) originating in Pakistan, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 1155/91).

May 6. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within category 98, Order No. 40.0980) originating in China, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 1208/91).

May 6. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Codes 6404 and 6405–90–10) originating in Thailand, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 1209/91).

May 6. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Codes 8527, 8528, and 8529) originating in Malaysia, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 1210/91).

May 7. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Codes 6401 and 6402) originating in Malaysia, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 1211/91).

May 7. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Codes 3102–40–10 and 3102–40–90) originating in Poland, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 1212/91).

May 7. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Codes 6401 and 6402) originating in Indonesia, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 1213/91).

May 8. Customs duties were reintroduced on products originating in Yugoslavia, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 1223/91).

May 8. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Codes 3102–30–10 and 3102–30–90) originating in Poland, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 1224/91).

May 8. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Codes 6401 and 6402) originating in the Philippines, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 1225/91).

May 8. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Codes 6401 and 6402) originating in Thailand, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 1226/91).

May 22. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within category 118—Order No. 42.1180) originating in China, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 1333/91).

May 22. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within category 97—Order No. 40.0970) originating in Thailand, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 1332/91).

May 22. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within category 75—Order No. 40.0750) originating in Indonesia, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 1331/91).

May 22. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within category 3—Order No. 40.0033, and category 5—Order No. 40.0050) originating in India, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 1330/91).

May 28. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Codes 3904–10–00, 3904–21–00, and 3904–22–00) originating in Brazil, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 1420/91).

June 4. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Code 2905–14–90) originating in Brazil, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 1504/91).

June 4. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Code 3102–80–10) originating in Poland, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 1505/91).

June 4. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Code 3105) originating in Poland, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 1506/91).

June 4. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within category 9, Order No. 40.0090, and category 39, Order No. 40.0390) originating in India, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 1507/91).

June 12. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within category 20—Order No. 40.0200) originating in Thailand, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 1589/91).

June 12. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within categories 4, 21, and 37—Order Nos. 40.0040, 40.0210, and 40.0370) originating in Indonesia, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 1590/91).

June 12. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within categories 22, 26, and 37—Order Nos. 40.0220, 40.0260, and 40.0370) originating in Pakistan, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 1591/91).

June 12. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within category 90—Order No. 40.0900) originating in Hungary, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 1592/91).

June 19. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Codes 8523 and 8524) originating in China, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 1748/91).

June 19. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Code 9503) originating in China, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 1749/91).

June 24. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within category 17—Order No. 40.0170) originating in India, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 1805/91).

June 24. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within category 16—Order No. 40.0160) originating in Thailand, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 1804/91).

June 24. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within category 15—Order No. 40.0150) originating in Pakistan, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 1803/91).

June 27. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Code 2905–14–90) originating in Poland, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 1920/91).

June 27. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Code 3105) originating in Hungary, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 1921/91).

July 2. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Codes 3904–10–00, 3904–21–00, and 3904–22–00) originating in Poland and Mexico, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 1948/91).

July 2. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Code 3102–30) originating in Hungary, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 1947/91).

July 2. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Codes 3904–10–00, 3904–21–00, and 3904–22–00) originating in Hungary, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 1949/91).

July 18. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Code 2921–19–10) originating in Brazil, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 2129/91).

July 24. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within categories 29, 72, and 78—Order Nos. 40.0290, 40.0720, and 40.0780) originating in Thailand, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 2216/91).

July 24. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within categories 10, 18, 39, 40, and 74—Order Nos. 40.0100, 40.0180, 40.0390, 40.0400, and 40.0740) originating in Pakistan, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 2215/91).

July 24. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within categories 1, 22, 23, and 31—Order Nos. 40.0010, 40.0220, 40.0230, and 40.0310) originating in Indonesia, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 2214/91).

July 24. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within category 75—Order No. 40.0750) originating in China, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 2177/91).

July 24. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Code 2914–21–00) originating in China, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 2178/91).

July 24. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Codes 3903, 3915–20–00, 3920–30–00, and 3920–99–50) originating in Brazil, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 2180/91).

July 24. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Code 3102–40) originating in Czechoslovakia, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 2179/91).

July 24. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within category 50—Order No. 40.0500) originating in Argentina, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 2175/91).

July 24. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within category 72—Order No. 40.0720) originating in Brazil, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 2176/91).

July 24. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within category 33—Order No. 40.0330) originating in Hungary, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 2173/91).

July 24. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within category 41—Order No. 40.0410) originating in Czechoslovakia, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 2174/91).

July 24. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within Order Nos. 40.0080, 40.0160, and 40.0220) originating in India, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 2213/91).

July 26. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Codes 7407 and 7411) originating in Mexico, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 2250/91).

August 1. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Code 3923–21–00) originating in Malaysia, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 2344/91).

August 1. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Code 3503–00–10) originating in Brazil, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 2343/91).

August 1. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Code 7013) originating in China, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 2342/91).

August 1. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Code 4106–20–00) originating in India, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 2341/91).

August 1. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Code 3102–30) originating in Czechoslovakia, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 2340/91).

August 1. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Code 7217) originating in Czechoslovakia, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 2339/91).

August 1. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Code 9105) originating in China, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 2338/91).

August 1. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Code 6403) originating in India, Indonesia, and Thailand, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 2337/91).

August 5. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within category 55—Order No. 40.0550) originating in Hungary, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 2391/91).

August 5. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within categories 9, 20, 41, and 72—Order Nos. 40.0090, 40.0200, 40.0410, and 40.0720) originating in Indonesia, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 2390/91).

August 5. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within category 75—Order No. 40. 0750) originating in Thailand, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 2389/91).

August 5. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Code 9403–80–00) originating in China, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 2388/91).

August 5. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Code 4203–29–10) originating in India, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 2387/91).

August 5. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Code 9401) originating in Poland, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 2386/91).

August 9. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Codes 6401 and 6402) originating in Brazil, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 2434/91).

August 20. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Code 2827–32–00) originating in India, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 2506/91).

August 20. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Code 2817–00) originating in China, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 2505/91).

August 20. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Code 3206–42–00) originating in China, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 2504/91).

August 23. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Code 2850–00–70) originating in Argentina, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 2531/91).

August 23. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Code 4203) originating in India and Pakistan, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 2530/91).

September 2. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Code 2930–90–10) originating in China, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 2624/91).

September 6. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Code 8712–00) originating in China, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 2669/91).

September 16. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within category 101—Order No. 40.1010) originating in India, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 2724/91).

September 18. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Code 8516–50–00) originating in China, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 2738/91).

September 23. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Code 9403–80–00) originating in the Philippines, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 2788/91).

September 23. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Codes 9101 and 9102) originating in China, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 2787/91).

September 23. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Code 8516–50–00) originating in Thailand, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 2786/91).

September 23. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Codes 3903, 3915, 20–00, 3920–30–00, and 3920–99–50) originating in Mexico, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 2785/91).

September 25. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Code 2904–20–90) originating in China, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 2814/91).

September 25. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Code 3923–21–00) originating in Thailand, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 2815/91).

October 14. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within category 97—Order No. 40.0970) originating in China, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 3008/91).

October 14. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within category 74—Order No. 40.0740) originating in Indonesia, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 3007/91).

October 14. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within category 35—Order No. 40.0350) originating in Pakistan, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 3006/91).

October 14. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within category 32—Order No. 40.0320) originating in Brazil, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 3005/91).

October 14. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within categories 9 and 20—Order Nos. 40.0090 and 40.0200) originating in Sri Lanka, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 3002/91).

October 14. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within category 23—Order No. 40.0230) originating in Bulgaria, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 3004/91).

October 14. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within category 20—Order No. 40.0200) originating in India, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 3003/91).

October 15. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Codes 7407 and 7408) originating in Poland, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 3039/91).

October 18. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Code 3802–10–00) originating in China, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 3058/91).

October 23. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within category CN Code 4106–20–00) originating in Pakistan, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 3104/91).

October 23. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within category 19—Order No. 40.0190) originating in Malaysia, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 3105/91).

November 5. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Code 3923–21–00) originating in China, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 3222/91).

November 11. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within category 22—Order No. 40.0220) originating in the Philippines, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 3293/91).

November 13. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within category 33—Order No. 40.0330) originating in India, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 3322/91).

November 13. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within category 17—Order No. 40.0170) originating in Indonesia, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 3323/91).

November 13. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Code 2523) originating in Romania, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 3324/91).

November 19. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Codes 3903, 3915–20–00, 3920–30–00, and 3920–99–50) originating in Venezuela, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 3362/91).

November 19. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Code 2903–51–00) originating in China, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 3361/91).

December 13. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Codes 4011 and 4013) originating in Brazil, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 3652/91).

December 13. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Code 9503) originating in Singapore, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 3653/91).

December 18. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within category 13—Order No. 40.0130) originating in Pakistan, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 3703/91).

December 19. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Code 2523) originating in Czechoslovakia, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 3751/91).

December 19. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Code 2523) originating in Poland, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 3752/91).

December 19. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Code 2941–20–10) originating in China, to which the preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 3753/91).

Preferential Customs Duties

1. Suspension (and reintroduction of Common Customs Tariff duty)

January 15. Preferential customs duty was suspended and Common Customs Tariff duty was reintroduced on imports of large-flowered roses originating in Morocco (Commission Regulation No. 94/91).

March 5. Preferential customs duty was suspended and Common Customs Tariff duty was re-introduced on imports of small-flowered roses originating in Israel (Commission Regulation No. 536/91).

April 4. Preferential customs duty was suspended and Common Customs Tariff duty was re-introduced on imports of small-flowered roses originating in Israel (Commission Regulation No. 835/91).

April 10. Preferential customs duty was suspended and Common Customs Tariff duty was re-introduced on imports of multiflorous (spray) carnations originating in Israel (Commission Regulation No. 896/91).

April 15. Preferential customs duty was suspended and Common Customs Tariff duty was re-introduced on imports of large-flowered roses originating in Morocco (Commission Regulation No. 930/91).

April 15. Preferential customs duty was suspended and Common Customs Tariff duty was re-introduced on imports of uniflorous (standard) carnations originating in Israel (Commission Regulation No. 929/91).

May 27. Preferential customs duty was suspended and Common Customs Tariff duty was re-introduced on imports of large-flowered roses originating in Israel (Commission Regulation No. 1388/91).

May 29. Preferential customs duty was suspended and Common Customs Tariff duty was re-introduced on imports of small-flowered roses originating in Israel (Commission Regulation No. 1461/91).

November 8. Preferential customs duty was suspended and Common Customs Tariff duty was re-introduced on imports of uniflorous (standard) carnations originating in Israel (Commission Regulation No. 3274/91).

November 8. Preferential customs duty was suspended and Common Customs Tariff duty was re-introduced on imports of large-flowered roses originating in Israel (Commission Regulation No. 3273/91).

November 8. Preferential customs duty was suspended and Common Customs Tariff duty was re-introduced on imports of small-flowered roses originating in Israel (Commission Regulation No. 3272/91).

November 20. Preferential customs duty was suspended and Common Customs Tariff duty was re-introduced on imports of multiflorous (spray) carnations originating in Israel (Commission Regulation No. 3384/91).

2. Re-establishment/reintroduction

January 2. Preferential customs duty was reestablished on imports of multiflorous (spray) carnations originating in Israel (Commission Regulation No. 5/91).

January 23. Preferential customs duty was reestablished on imports of large-flowered roses originating in Morocco (Commission Regulation No. 155/91).

March 14. Preferential customs duty was re-introduced on imports of small-flowered roses originating in Israel (Commission Regulation No. 617/91).

April 19. Preferential customs duty was reestablished on imports of single-flower (standard) carnations originating in Israel (Commission Regulation No. 971/91).

May 13. Preferential customs duty was reestablished on imports of large-flowered roses originating in Morocco (Commission Regulation No. 1238/91).

May 13. Preferential customs duty was reestablished on imports of multiflorous (spray) carnations originating in Israel (Commission Regulation No. 1237/91).

May 13. Preferential customs duty was re-introduced on imports of large-flowered roses originating in Israel (Commission Regulation No. 1236/91).

May 13. Preferential customs duty was re-introduced on imports of small-flowered roses originating in Israel (Commission Regulation No. 1235/91).

November 29. Preferential customs duty was re-introduced on imports of small-flowered roses originating in Israel (Commission Regulation No. 3491/91).

Import Surveillance

January 7. Import surveillance on videotape recorders originating in South Korea was extended (Commission Regulation No. 43/91).

February 14. Imports of diammonium hydrogenorthophosphate (falling within CN code 3105–30–00) originating in nonmember countries were subject to surveillance (Commission Regulation No. 371/91).

February 15. Surveillance on reimportation after outward processing of certain textile products originating in Malta, Morocco, Tunisia, and Turkey was extended (Commission Regulation No. 372/91).

June 14. Imports of Atlantic salmon were subject to surveillance (Commission Regulation No. 1658/91).

October 14. Imports of certain products originating in Malta were subject to surveillance (Commission Regulation No. 3035/91).

October 7. Import surveillance on certain textile products originating in Morocco and Tunisia was extended (Commission Regulation No. 2928/91).

December 19. Import surveillance on footwear originating in all nonmember countries was extended (Commission Regulation No. 3750/91).

December 19. Import surveillance on videotape recorders originating in South Korea was extended (Commission Regulation No. 3749/91).

December 19. Import surveillance on certain textile products originating in Egypt, Malta, and Turkey was extended (Commission Regulation No. 3789/91).

Quantitative Restrictions

July 15. Quantitative restrictions applying to imports of certain products originating in the former U.S.S.R. were liberalized (Council Regulation No. 2158/91).

1Source: Official Journal of the European Communities.

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