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Appendix: European Community: Selected Trade Measures Introduced and Eliminated on an EC-Wide Basis During 19921

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International Monetary Fund. Monetary and Capital Markets Department
Published Date:
January 1993
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Antidumping Duties

1. Introduction

February 4. Provisional antidumping duty was imposed on imports of radiobroadcast receivers of a kind used in motor vehicles originating in the Republic of Korea (Commission Regulation No. 313/92).

March 23. Definitive antidumping duty was imposed on imports of cotton yarn originating in Brazil and Turkey (Council Regulation No. 738/92).

March 30. Definitive antidumping duty was imposed on imports of certain polyester yarns (man-made staple fibers) originating in Taiwan Province of China, India, Indonesia, and Turkey (Council Regulation No. 830/92).

March 30. Provisional antidumping duty was imposed on imports of certain semifinished products of alloy steel originating in Brazil and Turkey (Commission Decision No. 891/92/ECSC).

March 30. Provisional antidumping duty was imposed on imports of silicon metal originating in Brazil (Commission Regulation No. 906/92).

April 23. Provisional antidumping duty was imposed on imports of potassium chloride (potash) originating in Belarus, the Russian Federation, and Ukraine (Commission Regulation No. 1031/92).

June 2. Provisional antidumping duty was imposed on imports of certain large electrolytic aluminum capacitors originating in Japan (Commission Regulation No. 1451/92).

June 30. Definitive antidumping duty was imposed on imports of certain semifinished products of alloy steel originating in Brazil and Turkey (Commission Decision No. 1775/92/ECSC).

June 30. Provisional antidumping duty was imposed on imports of ferrosilicon originating in Egypt and Poland (Commission Regulation No. 1808/92).

July 7. Provisional antidumping duty was imposed on imports of synthetic fibers of polyesters originating in India and the Republic of Korea (Commission Regulation No. 1956/92).

July 14. Provisional antidumping duty was imposed on imports of outer ring of tapered roller bearing originating in Japan (Commission Regulation No. 1994/92).

August 4. Definitive antidumping duty was imposed on imports of silicon metal originating in Brazil (Council Regulation No. 2305/92).

August 4. Definitive antidumping duty was imposed on imports of radiobroadcast receivers of a kind used in motor vehicles originating in the Republic of Korea (Council Regulation No. 2306/92).

September 16. Provisional antidumping duty was imposed on imports of certain types of electronic microcircuits known as DRAMs (dynamic random access memories) originating in the Republic of Korea (Commission Regulation No. 2686/92).

September 25. Provisional antidumping duty was imposed on imports of deadburned (sintered) magnesia originating in China (Commission Regulation No. 2799/92).

September 25. Provisional antidumping duty was imposed on imports of magnesium oxide originating in China (Commission Regulation No. 2800/92).

October 23. Definitive antidumping duty was imposed on imports of potassium chloride originating in Belarus, the Russian Federation, and Ukraine (Council Regulation No. 3068/92).

November 30. Definitive antidumping duty was imposed on imports of certain large electrolytic aluminum capacitors originating in Japan (Council Regulation No. 3482/92).

December 14. Definitive antidumping duty was imposed on imports of ferrosilicon originating in Egypt and Poland (Council Regulation No. 3642/92).

2. Extension

January 15. Provisional antidumping duty on imports of certain thermal paper originating in Japan was extended (Council Regulation No. 103/92).

January 24. Provisional antidumping duty on imports of cotton yarn originating in Brazil, Egypt, and Turkey was extended (Council Regulation No. 171/92).

January 27. Provisional antidumping duty on imports of certain polyester yarns (man-made staple fibers) originating in Brazil, India, Indonesia, Taiwan Province of China, and Turkey was extended (Council Regulation No. 202/92).

June 4. Provisional antidumping duty on imports of radiobroadcast receivers of a kind used in motor vehicles originating in the Republic of Korea was extended (Council Regulation No. 1483/92).

September 21. Provisional antidumping duty on imports of ferrosilicon originating in Egypt and Poland was extended (Council Regulation No. 2778/92).

September 28. Provisional antidumping duty on imports of certain large electric aluminum capacitors originating in Japan was extended (Council Regulation No. 2848/92).

3. Elimination

January 27. Definitive antidumping duty on imports of certain iron or steel sheets originating in Mexico was eliminated (Commission Decision No. 322/92/ECSC).

June 15. Antidumping duties on imports of certain consumer electronic goods originating in certain non-EC member countries into the Canary Islands were temporarily eliminated (Council Regulation No. 1602/92).

Countervailing Charges

1. Introduction

January 10. Countervailing charge was introduced on mandarins originating in Morocco (Commission Regulation No. 66/92).

January 17. Countervailing charge was imposed and preferential customs duty was suspended on imports of fresh sweet oranges originating in Turkey (Commission Regulation No. 112/92).

February 18. Countervailing charge was introduced and preferential customs duty was suspended on imports of fresh lemons originating in Turkey (Commission Regulation No. 389/92).

February 18. Countervailing charge was introduced and preferential customs duty was suspended on imports of fresh sweet oranges originating in Turkey (Commission Regulation No. 390/92).

March 5. Countervailing charge was introduced on fresh lemons originating in Cyprus (Commission Regulation No. 567/92).

March 12. Countervailing charge was introduced on cucumbers originating in Bulgaria (Commission Regulation No. 630/92).

April 3. Countervailing charge was introduced on tomatoes originating in Morocco (Commission Regulation No. 857/92).

April 8. Countervailing charge was introduced on lemons originating in Cyprus (Commission Regulation No. 892/92).

April 22. Countervailing charge was introduced and preferential customs duty was suspended on imports of tomatoes originating in Turkey (Commission Regulation No. 996/92).

April 23. Countervailing charge was introduced on tomatoes originating in Morocco (Commission Regulation No. 1009/92).

April 28. Countervailing charge was introduced on fresh lemons originating in Cyprus (Commission Regulation No. 1053/92).

April 29. Countervailing charge was introduced on cucumbers originating in Bulgaria (Commission Regulation No. 1070/92).

June 5. Countervailing charge was introduced on apricots originating in Tunisia (Commission Regulation No. 1481/92).

June 5. Countervailing charge was introduced on fresh lemons originating in Brazil (Commission Regulation No. 1482/92).

June 16. Countervailing charge was introduced on apricots originating in Tunisia (Commission Regulation No. 1541/92).

June 18. Countervailing charge was introduced on fresh lemons originating in Brazil (Commission Regulation No. 1563/92).

June 24. Countervailing charge was introduced and preferential customs duty was suspended on imports of tomatoes originating in Turkey (Commission Regulation No. 1619/92).

June 25. Countervailing charge was introduced and preferential customs duty was suspended on imports of cherries originating in Turkey (Commission Regulation No. 1640/92).

July 3. Countervailing charge was introduced on fresh lemons originating in Argentina (Commission Regulation No. 1835/92).

July 7. Countervailing charge was introduced on fresh lemons originating in Uruguay (Commission Regulation No. 1862/92).

July 7. Countervailing charge was introduced on cherries originating in Romania (Commission Regulation No. 1863/92).

July 10. Countervailing charge was introduced on cherries originating in the former Czech and Slovak Federal Republic (Commission Regulation No. 1915/92).

July 20. Countervailing charge was introduced on cucumbers originating in Poland (Commission Regulation No. 2012/92).

July 29. Countervailing charge was introduced on certain varieties of plum originating in the United States (Commission Regulation No. 2156/92).

July 30. Countervailing charge was introduced on fresh lemons originating in Uruguay (Commission Regulation No. 2189/92).

August 3. Countervailing charge was introduced on certain varieties of plum originating in Hungary (Commission Regulation No. 2259/92).

August 3. Countervailing charge was introduced on certain varieties of plum originating in Romania (Commission Regulation No. 2260/92).

August 12. Countervailing charge was introduced on tomatoes originating in Poland (Commission Regulation No. 2365/92).

August 12. Countervailing charge was introduced on certain varieties of plum originating in Romania (Commission Regulation No. 2366/92).

August 21. Countervailing charge was introduced on certain varieties of plum originating in Hungary (Commission Regulation No. 2439/92).

August 21. Countervailing charge was introduced on table grapes originating in Turkey (Commission Regulation No. 2441/92).

August 24. Countervailing charge was introduced on apples originating in Brazil (Commission Regulation No. 2450/92).

August 26. Countervailing charge was introduced on fresh lemons originating in Uruguay (Commission Regulation No. 2474/92).

August 26. Countervailing charge was introduced on apples originating in Argentina (Commission Regulation No. 2475/92).

September 3. Countervailing charge was introduced on apples originating in Chile (Commission Regulation No. 2580/92).

September 3. Countervailing charge was introduced on apples originating in New Zealand (Commission Regulation No. 2581/92).

September 3. Countervailing charge was introduced on certain varieties of plum originating in Hungary (Commission Regulation no. 2582/92).

September 3. Countervailing charge was introduced on certain varieties of plum originating in Romania (Commission Regulation No. 2583/92).

September 7. Countervailing charge was introduced on table grapes originating in Turkey (Commission Regulation No. 2601/92).

September 7. Countervailing charge was introduced on apples originating in South Africa (Commission Regulation No. 2602/92).

September 8. Countervailing charge was introduced on fresh lemons originating in Uruguay (Commission Regulation No. 2611/92).

September 10. Countervailing charge was introduced on certain varieties of plum originating in Bulgaria (Commission Regulation No. 2638/92).

September 10. Countervailing charge was introduced on certain varieties of plum originating in Hungary (Commission Regulation No. 2639/92).

September 14. Countervailing charge was introduced on certain varieties of plum originating in Romania (Commission Regulation No. 2661/92).

September 14. Countervailing charge was introduced on certain varieties of plum originating in Hungary (Commission Regulation No. 2662/92).

September 15. Countervailing charge was introduced on apples originating in Argentina (Commission Regulation No. 2678/92).

September 21. Countervailing charge was introduced on apples originating in Brazil (Commission Regulation No. 2739/92).

September 21. Countervailing charge was introduced on certain varieties of plum originating in Bulgaria (Commission Regulation No. 2740/92).

September 21. Countervailing charge was introduced on certain varieties of plum originating in Hungary (Commission Regulation No. 2741/92).

September 22. Countervailing charge was introduced on apples originating in Chile (Commission Regulation No. 2756/92).

September 25. Countervailing charge was introduced on fresh lemons originating in Argentina (Commission Regulation No. 2805/92).

October 6. Countervailing charge was introduced on apples originating in New Zealand (Commission Regulation No. 2909/92).

October 7. Countervailing charge was introduced on apples originating in South Africa (Commission Regulation No. 2923/92).

October 20. Countervailing charge was introduced on cucumbers originating in Romania (Commission Regulation No. 3015/92).

October 28. Countervailing charge was introduced on certain varieties of plum originating in the United States (Commission Regulation No. 2816/92).

October 28. Countervailing charge was introduced on fresh lemons originating in South Africa (Commission Regulation No. 3117/92).

October 29. Countervailing charge was introduced and preferential customs duty was suspended on imports of fresh lemons originating in Turkey (Commission Regulation No. 3131/92).

October 29. Countervailing charge was introduced on cucumbers originating in Romania (Commission Regulation No. 3151/92).

November 19. Countervailing charge was introduced and preferential customs duty was suspended on imports of fresh lemons originating in Turkey (Commission Regulation No. 3347/92).

November 23. Countervailing charge was introduced on apples originating in New Zealand (Commission Regulation No. 3362/92).

November 25. New countervailing charge was introduced on fresh lemons originating in Turkey, and Commission Regulation No. 3347/92 (November 19, 1992) was repealed (Commission Regulation No. 3385/92).

2. Amendment

January 29. Countervailing charge on fresh water oranges originating in Turkey was raised (Commission Regulation No. 201/92).

February 25. Countervailing charge on fresh lemons originating in Turkey was raised (Commission Regulation No. 441/92).

March 3. Countervailing charge on fresh lemons originating in Turkey was raised (Commission Regulation No. 542/92).

March 9. Countervailing charge on fresh lemons originating in Turkey was lowered (Commission Regulation No. 599/92).

March 12. Countervailing charge on fresh lemons originating in Cyprus was raised (Commission Regulation No. 629/92).

March 18. Countervailing charge on fresh lemons originating in Turkey was raised (Commission Regulation No. 676/92).

May 8. Countervailing charge on fresh lemons originating in Cyprus was raised (Commission Regulation No. 1200/92).

May 12. Countervailing charge on cucumbers originating in Bulgaria was raised (Commission Regulation No. 1212/92).

July 1. Countervailing charge on cherries originating in Bulgaria was raised (Commission Regulation No. 1796/92).

July 14. Countervailing charge on cherries originating in Bulgaria was raised (Commission Regulation No. 1946/92).

July 15. Countervailing charge on fresh lemons originating in Argentina was raised (Commission Regulation No. 1968/92).

July 22. Countervailing charge on fresh lemons originating in Argentina was raised (Commission Regulation No. 2040/92).

August 18. Countervailing charge on fresh lemons originating in Argentina was lowered (Commission Regulation No. 2404/92).

August 24. Countervailing charge on fresh lemons originating in Argentina was lowered (Commission Regulation No. 2451/92).

September 4. Countervailing charge on apples originating in Argentina was lowered (Commission Regulation No. 2595/92).

September 8. Countervailing charge on apples originating in Brazil was raised (Commission Regulation No. 2613/92).

September 14. Countervailing charge on apples originating in South Africa was raised (Commission Regulation No. 2664/92).

September 18. Countervailing charge on apples originating in South Africa was raised (Commission Regulation No. 2723/92).

September 21. Countervailing charge on apples originating in New Zealand was raised (Commission Regulation No. 2742/92).

September 24. Countervailing charge on apples originating in South Africa was raised (Commission Regulation No. 2749/92).

September 29. Countervailing charge on fresh lemons originating in Uruguay was lowered (Commission Regulation No. 2837/92).

December 1. Countervailing charge on fresh lemons originating in Turkey was raised (Commission Regulation No. 3480/92).

December 1. Countervailing charge on fresh lemons originating in South Africa was raised (Commission Regulation No. 3481/92).

December 7. Countervailing charge on fresh lemons originating in Turkey was raised (Commission Regulation No. 3532/92).

December 14. Countervailing charge on fresh lemons originating in Turkey was lowered (Commission Regulation No. 3608/92).

December 18. Countervailing charge on fresh lemons originating in Turkey was lowered (Commission Regulation No. 3677/92).

3. Elimination

January 16. Countervailing charge on apples originating in Hungary was eliminated (Commission Regulation No. 97/92).

January 17. Countervailing charge on fresh tangerines originating in Morocco was eliminated (Commission Regulation No. 111/92).

February 4. Countervailing charge on certain wines originating in and coming from certain third countries was waived (Commission Regulation No. 333/88).

February 10. Countervailing charge was eliminated and preferential customs duty was re-established on imports of fresh sweet oranges originating in Turkey (Commission Regulation No. 316/92).

February 13. Countervailing charge was eliminated and preferential customs duty was re-established on imports of fresh tangerines originating in Turkey (Commission Regulation No. 353/92).

March 18. Countervailing charge was eliminated and preferential customs duty was re-established on fresh sweet oranges originating in Turkey (Commission Regulation No. 677/92).

March 18. Countervailing charge on fresh lemons originating in Cyprus was eliminated (Commission Regulation No. 678/92).

March 23. Countervailing charge on cucumbers originating in Bulgaria was eliminated (Commission Regulation No. 720/92).

April 9. Countervailing charge was eliminated and preferential customs duty was re-established on imports of fresh lemons originating in Turkey (Commission Regulation No. 911/92).

May 5. Countervailing charge was eliminated and preferential customs duty was re-established on imports of tomatoes originating in Turkey (Commission Regulation No. 1153/92).

May 6. Countervailing charge on tomatoes originating in Morocco was eliminated (Commission Regulation No. 1174/92).

May 19. Countervailing charge on fresh lemons originating in Cyprus was eliminated (Commission Regulation No. 1273/92).

May 19. Countervailing charge on tomatoes originating in Bulgaria was eliminated (Commission Regulation No. 1274/92).

May 20. Countervailing charge on cucumbers originating in Bulgaria was eliminated (Commission Regulation No. 1285/92).

July 1. Countervailing charge was eliminated and preferential customs duty was re-established on imports of cherries originating in Turkey (Commission Regulation No. 1795/92).

July 14. Countervailing charge on fresh lemons originating in Uruguay was eliminated (Commission Regulation No. 1945/92).

July 17. Countervailing charge on cherries originating in Romania was eliminated (Commission Regulation No. 2002/92).

July 22. Countervailing charge on cherries originating in Bulgaria was eliminated (Commission Regulation No. 2038/92).

July 22. Countervailing charge on cherries originating in the former Czech and Slovak Federal Republic was eliminated (Commission Regulation No. 2039/92).

July 29. Countervailing charge on cucumbers originating in Poland was eliminated (Commission Regulation No. 2155/92).

August 21. Countervailing charge on tomatoes originating in Poland was eliminated (Commission Regulation No. 2440/92).

September 3. Countervailing charge on fresh lemons originating in Argentina was eliminated (Commission Regulation No. 2578/92).

September 3. Countervailing charge on fresh lemons originating in Uruguay was eliminated (Commission Regulation No. 2579/92).

September 9. Countervailing charge on table grapes originating in Cyprus was eliminated (Commission Regulation No. 2626/92).

September 14. Countervailing charge on table grapes originating in Turkey was eliminated (Commission Regulation No. 2663/92).

October 5. Countervailing charge on fresh lemons originating in Argentina was eliminated (Commission Regulation No. 2902/92).

October 5. Countervailing charge on fresh lemons originating in Uruguay was eliminated (Commission Regulation No. 2903/92).

Community Tariff Quotas

1. Establishment

February 3. Community tariff quotas were established for certain products originating in the former Yugoslavia (Council Regulation No. 547/92).

February 27. Community tariff quotas were established for certain agricultural and industrial products originating in the former Czech and Slovak Federal Republic, Hungary, and Poland (Council Regulation No. 521/92).

June 30. Community tariff quota was established for newsprint (Council Regulation No. 1866/92).

June 30. Community tariff quotas were established for certain industrial products (Council Regulation Nos. 1867/92 and 1868/92).

July 10. Community tariff quotas were established for rum, tafia, and arrack originating in the ACP States (Council Regulation No. 1929/92).

July 13. Community tariff quotas were established for rum, tafia, and arrack originating in the overseas countries and territories associated with the EC (Council Regulation No. 2111/92).

July 13. Community tariff quota was established for apricot pulp originating in Turkey (Council Regulation No. 1949/92).

July 13. Community tariff quotas were established for heifers and cows, other than those intended for slaughter, of certain mountain breeds (Council Regulation No. 1950/92).

August 3. Community tariff quota was established for herring, fresh or chilled, originating in Sweden (Council Regulation No. 2282/92).

October 23. Community tariff quotas were established for certain agricultural products originating in the ACP States (Commission Regulation Nos. 3060/92 and 3061/92).

November 13. Community tariff quota was established for certain melons originating in Israel (Council Regulation No. 3340/92).

November 13. Community tariff quotas were established for fresh-cut flowers and flower buds originating in Cyprus, Israel, Jordan, and Morocco (Council Regulation No. 3341/92).

November 23. Community tariff quotas were established for high-quality fresh, chilled, or frozen meat falling within CN Codes 0201 and 0202 and for products falling within CN Codes 0206-10-95 and 0206-29-91 (Council Regulation No. 3391/92).

November 23. Community tariff quotas were established for frozen beef falling within CN Code 0202 and products falling within CN Code 0206-29-91 (Council Regulation No. 3392/92).

November 23. Community tariff quota was established for frozen buffalo meat falling within CN Code 0202-30-90 (Council Regulation No. 3393/92).

November 23. Community tariff quotas were established for frozen, thin skirts of bovine animals falling within CN Code 0206-29-21 (Council Regulation No. 3394/92).

November 23. Community tariff quotas were established for certain agricultural and chemical products (Council Regulation No. 3439/92).

December 7. Community tariff quotas were established for certain fish and fish products originating in the Faroe Islands (Council Regulation No. 3721/92).

December 14. Community tariff quota was established for certain handmade products (Council Regulation No. 3722/92).

December 14. Community tariff quota was established for certain handwoven fabrics, pile, and chenille (Council Regulation No. 3723/92).

December 17. Community tariff quotas were established for certain fruits and fruit juices (Council Regulation No. 3905/92).

December 17. Community tariff quotas were established for certain agricultural and industrial products (Council Regulation Nos. 3913/92 and 3914/92).

December 19. Community tariff quotas were established for certain agricultural and industrial products bound under the GATT (Council Regulation No. 3915/92).

Common Customs Tariffs

1. Application

January 10. Common customs tariff was applied to fresh lemons originating in Cyprus (Commission Regulation No. 65/92).

January 23. Common customs tariff was applied to multiflorous (spray) carnations originating in Israel (Commission Regulation No. 154/92).

February 5. Common customs tariff was applied to fresh lemons originating in Cyprus (Commission Regulation No. 278/92).

February 28. Common customs tariff was applied to multiflorous (spray) carnations originating in Israel (Commission Regulation No. 510/92).

February 28. Common customs tariff was applied to small-flowered roses originating in Israel (Commission Regulation No. 511/92).

March 27. Common customs tariff was applied to fresh lemons originating in Israel (Commission Regulation No. 767/92).

May 15. Common customs tariff was applied to multiflorous (spray) carnations originating in Israel (Commission Regulation No. 1255/92).

May 15. Common customs tariff was applied to small-flowered roses originating in Israel (Commission Regulation No. 1256/92).

May 15. Common customs tariff was applied to uniflorous (standard) carnations originating in Israel (Commission Regulation No. 1257/92).

November 26. Common customs tariff was applied to uniflorous (standard) carnations originating in Israel (Commission Regulation No. 3406/92).

November 26. Common customs tariff was applied to multiflorous (spray) carnations originating in Israel (Commission Regulation No. 3407/92).

November 30. Common customs tariff was applied to multiflorous (spray) carnations originating in Morocco (Commission Regulation No. 3465/92).

November 30. Common customs tariff was applied to small-flowered roses originating in Israel (Commission Regulation No. 3466/92).

November 30. Common customs tariff was applied to large-flowered roses originating in Israel (Commission Regulation No. 3467/92).

December 2. Common customs tariff was applied to fresh lemons originating in Cyprus (Commission Regulation No. 3494/92).

2. Repeal or Suspension

January 21. Common customs tariff on fresh lemons originating in Cyprus was repealed (Commission Regulation No. 134/92).

May 26. Common customs tariffs on certain agricultural products were suspended temporarily (Council Regulation No 1431/92).

June 5. Common customs tariffs on certain industrial products were suspended temporarily (Council Regulation No. 1626/92).

June 5. Common customs tariffs on certain industrial products (in the chemical and related sectors) were suspended temporarily (Council Regulation No. 1627/92).

June 15. Common customs tariffs on certain industrial products were suspended temporarily(Council Regulation No. 1605/92).

June 15. Common customs tariffs on imports into the Canary Islands of certain tobaccos falling within CN Codes 2402 and 2403 were suspended temporarily (Council Regulation No. 1606/92).

November 23. Common customs tariffs on imports of certain fishery products into the Canary Islands were suspended temporarily (Council Regulation No. 3621/92).

December 14. Common customs tariffs on a number of agricultural products were suspended temporarily (Council Regulation No. 3638/92).

December 14. Common customs tariffs on certain industrial products (in the chemical and related sectors) were suspended temporarily (Council Regulation No. 3639/92).

December 14. Common customs tariffs on a number of products intended for the construction, maintenance, and repair of aircraft were suspended temporarily (Council Regulation No. 3640/92).

December 14. Common customs tariffs on certain industrial products (in the microelectronics and related sectors) were suspended temporarily (Council Regulation No. 3681/92).

Preferential Tariff Arrangements

1. Elimination (reintroduction of customs duties)

February 28. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Codes 6401, 6402, 6404 and 6405-90-10) originating in Thailand to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 513/92).

February 28. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (Order No. 40.0610) originating in China to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 514/92).

March 18. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (Order No. 42.1590) originating in China to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 673/92).

March 23. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Code 6403) originating in Thailand to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 719/92).

March 27. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Codes 6401, 6402, and 6403) originating in Indonesia to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 778/92).

March 27. Customs duties were reintroduced on Product Category 37 (Order No. 40.0370) originating in Pakistan to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 779/92).

April 6. Customs duties were reintroduced on Product Category 20 (Order No. 40.0200) originating in Bulgaria to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 876/92).

April 6. Customs duties were reintroduced on Product Category 37 (Order No. 40.03370) originating in Indonesia to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 877/92).

April 8. Customs duties were reintroduced on Product Category 156 (Order No. 42.1560) originating in China to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 910/92).

April 23. Customs duties were reintroduced on Product Category 3 (Order No. 40.0033) originating in India to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 1016/92).

April 23. Customs duties were reintroduced on Product Category 26 (Order No. 40.0260) originating in Indonesia to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 1017/92).

April 23. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Codes 8257, 8258, and 8259) originating in China to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 1018/92).

April 27. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Code 3102-80-00) originating in Bulgaria to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 1047/92).

April 30. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Codes 6401 and 6402)originating in Malaysia to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 1112/92).

May 5. Customs duties were reintroduced on Product Categories 9, 23, and 39 (Order Nos. 40.0090, 40.0230, and 40.0390) originating in India to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 1164/92).

May 5. Customs duties were reintroduced on Product Categories 1, 9, and 32 (Order Nos. 40.0010, 40.0090, and 40.0320) originating in Indonesia to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 1165/92).

May 5. Customs duties were reintroduced on Product Category 20 (Order No. 40.0200) originating in Indonesia to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 1166/92).

May 5. Customs duties were reintroduced on Product Category 39 (Order No. 40.0390) originating in Pakistan to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 1167/92).

May 8. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Code 8712-00) originating in China to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission No. 1193/92).

May 12. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Codes 6401 and 6402)originating in the Philippines to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 1220/92).

May 12. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Code 10.0580 ex 4203)originating in India to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 1221/92).

May 12. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Code 6913) originating in China to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 1222/92).

May 12. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Code 9503) originating in China to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 1223/92).

May 12. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Code 3923-21-00) originating in Thailand to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 1224/92).

May 12. Customs duties were reintroduced on Product Category No. 36 (Order No. 40.0360) originating in China to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 1225/92).

May 20. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Codes 8527, 8528, and 8529) originating in Malaysia to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 1297/92).

June 4. Customs duties were reintroduced on Product Category 4 (Order No. 40.0040) originating in Indonesia to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 1470/92).

June 4. Customs duties were reintroduced on Product Category 18 (Order No. 40.0180) originating in Pakistan to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Council Regulation No. 1471/92).

June 4. Customs duties were reintroduced on Product Category 8 (Order No. 40.0080) originating in India to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 1472/92).

June 4. Customs duties were reintroduced on Product Category 22 (Order No. 40.0220) originating in India to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 1473/92).

June 4. Customs duties were reintroduced on Product Categories 69 and 91 (Order Nos. 40.0690 and 40.0910) originating in China to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 1474/92).

June 16. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Code 2930-90-10) originating in China to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 1548/92).

June 16. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Code 8528) originating in Malaysia to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 1549/92).

June 19. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Code 3904) originating in Mexico to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 1572/92).

June 19. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Code 3923-21-00) originating in Malaysia to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 1573/92).

June 19. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Code 6403) originating in India to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 1574/92).

June 24. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Code 2929-90-00) originating in Brazil to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 1634/92).

July 6. Customs duties were reintroduced on Product Categories 6 and 26 (Order Nos. 40.0060 and 40.0260) originating in Pakistan to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 1873/92).

July 6. Customs duties were reintroduced on Product Category 7 (Order No. 40.0070) originating in Brazil to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 1874/92).

July 6. Customs duties were reintroduced on Product Category 23 (Order No. 40.0230) originating in Indonesia to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 1875/92).

July 6. Customs duties were reintroduced on Product Category 75 (Order No. 40.0750) originating in India to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 1876/92).

July 6. Customs duties were reintroduced on Product Categories 19, 68, 74, and 83 (Order Nos. 40.0190, 40.0680, 40.0740 and 40.0830) originating in Thailand to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 1877/92).

July 6. Customs duties were reintroduced on Product Categories 109,112, and 116 (Order Nos. 40.1090, 40.1120, and 42.1610) originating in China to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 1878/92).

July 6. Customs duties were reintroduced on Product Categories 72, 88, and 97 (Order Nos. 40.0720, 40.0880, and 40.0970) originating in China to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 1879/92).

July 6. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Code 3923-21-00) originating in China to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 1880/92).

July 6. Customs duties were reintroduced on Product Categories 58, 59, and 66 (Order Nos. 40.0580, 40.0590, and 40.0660) originating in China to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 1881/92).

July 14. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Codes 2937-21-00 and 2937-29-10) originating in China to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 1959/92).

July 24. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Codes ex 9101 and ex 9102) originating in China to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 2124/92).

July 24. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Code 3802-10-00) originating in China to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 2125/92).

August 4. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Code 2941-40-00) originating in China to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 2290/92).

August 4. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Codes 4302-30-10 and 4303) originating in Hong Kong to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 2291/92).

August 6. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Code 7318-15-81) originating in China to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 2339/92).

August 6. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Code 9105) originating in China to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 2340/92).

August 7. Customs duties were reintroduced on Product Categories 26 and 28 (Order Nos. 40.0260 and 40.0280) originating in India to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 2351/92).

August 7. Customs duties were reintroduced on Product Category 36 (Order No. 40.0360) originating in Bulgaria to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 2352/92).

August 7. Customs duties were reintroduced on Product Category 39 (Order No. 40.0390) originating in Indonesia to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 2353/92).

August 7. Customs duties were reintroduced on Product Category 75 (Order No. 40.0750) originating in Thailand to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 2354/92).

August 7. Customs duties were reintroduced on Product Categories 67 and 76 (Order Nos. 40.0670 and 40.0760) originating in Pakistan to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 2355/92).

August 18. Customs duties were reintroduced on Product Category 35 (Order No. 40.0350) originating in Malaysia to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 2427/92).

August 18. Customs duties were reintroduced on Product Category 65 (Order No. 40.0650) originating in Brazil to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 2428/92).

August 18. Customs duties were reintroduced on Product Category 24 (Order No. 40.0240) originating in India to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 2429/92).

September 8. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Code ex 2914-21-00) originating in China to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 2607/92).

September 8. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Codes 9405-30-30 and 9505) originating in China to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 2608/92).

September 25. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Code 9103) originating in China to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 2813/92).

October 9. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Code 1922-41-00) originating in Indonesia and the Republic of Korea to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 2950/92).

October 9. Customs duties were reintroduced on Product Category 118 (Order No. 42.1180) originating in China to which preferential tariff arrangements were applied (Commission Regulation No. 2951/92).

October 23. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Code 603-10-53) originating in Colombia to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 3059/92).

October 23. 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 preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 3065/92).

October 26. Customs duties were reintroduced on Product Category 12 (Order No. 40.0120) originating in Mexico to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 3071/92).

October 26. Customs duties were reintroduced on Product Categories 65 and 72 (Order Nos. 40.0650 and 40.0720) originating in the Republic of Korea to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 3072/92).

October 26. Customs duties were reintroduced on Product Categories 14, 16, 27, and 29 (Order Nos. 40.0140, 40.0160, 40.04270, and 40.0290) originating in Thailand to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 3073/92).

October 26. Customs duties were reintroduced on Product Categories 72, 76, and 78 (Order Nos. 40.0720, 40.0760, and 40.0780) originating in Thailand to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 3074/92).

October 27. Customs duties were reintroduced on Product Category 72 (Order No. 40.0720) originating in Brazil to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 3086/92).

October 27. Customs duties were reintroduced on Product Category 91 (Order No. 40.0910) originating in Malaysia to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 3087/92).

October 27. Customs duties were reintroduced on Product Category 97 (Order No. 40.0970) originating in the Philippines to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 3088/92).

October 27. Customs duties were reintroduced on Product Categories 19, 27, and 72 (Order Nos. 40.0190, 40.0270, and 40.0720) originating in India to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 3089/92).

October 27. Customs duties were reintroduced on Product Categories 24, 33, 41, and 97 (Order Nos. 40.0240, 40.0330, 40.0410, and 40.0970) originating in Indonesia to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 3090/92).

October 27. Customs duties were reintroduced on Product Categories 22 and 78 (Order Nos. 40.0220 and 40.0780) originating in Pakistan to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 3091/92).

October 27. Customs duties were reintroduced on Product Categories 62, 84, and 96 (Order Nos. 40.0620, 40.06840, and 40.0960) originating in China to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 3092/92).

October 29. Customs duties were reintroduced on Product Categories 16 and 17 (Order Nos. 40.0160 and 40.0740) originating in India to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 3144/92).

October 29. Customs duties were reintroduced on Product Categories 18, 58, and 59 (Order Nos. 40.0180, 40.0580, and 40.0590) originating in India to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 3145/92).

October 29. Customs duties were reintroduced on Product Category 22 (Order No. 40.0220) originating in Indonesia to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 3146/92).

October 29. Customs duties were reintroduced on Product Category 20 (Order No. 40.0200) originating in Malaysia to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 3147/92).

October 29. Customs duties were reintroduced on Product Category 9 (Order No. 40.0090) originating in Sri Lanka to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 3832/92).

November 17. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Code 8712-00) originating in Indonesia and Thailand to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 3325/92).

December 1. Customs duties were reintroduced on Product Category 40 (Order No. 40.0400) originating in India to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 3488/92).

December 1. Customs duties were reintroduced on Product Category 77 (Order No. 40.0770) originating in Thailand to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 3489/92).

December 3. Customs duties were reintroduced on products (falling within CN Code 4820-50-00) originating in China to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 3514/92).

December 15. Customs duties were reintroduced on Product Category 39 (Order No. 40.0390) originating in Bulgaria to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 3625/92).

December 15. Customs duties were reintroduced on Product Category 98 (Order No. 40.0980) originating in the Republic of Korea to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 3626/92).

December 15. Customs duties were reintroduced on Product Categories 65 and 75 (Order Nos. 40.0650 and 40.0750) originating in China to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 3627/92).

December 15. Customs duties were reintroduced on Product Category 84 (Order No. 40.0840) originating in India to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 3628/92).

December 15. Customs duties were reintroduced on Product Categories 13 and 15 (Order Nos. 40.0130 and 40.0150) originating in Indonesia to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 3629/92).

December 15. Customs duties were reintroduced on Product Categories 7 and 9 (Order Nos. 40.0070 and 40.0090) originating in Malaysia to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 3630/92).

December 15. Customs duties were reintroduced on Product Categories 15 and 33 (Order Nos. 40.0150 and 40.0330) originating in Thailand to which preferential tariff arrangements applied (Commission Regulation No. 3631/92).

Preferential Customs Duties

1. Re-establishment

January 14. Preferential customs duty was reestablished on imports of multiflorous (spray) carnations originating in Israel (Commission Regulation No. 75/92).

February 19. Preferential customs duty was re-established on imports of multiflorous (spray) carnations originating in Israel (Commission Regulation No. 399/92).

April 1. Preferential customs duty was re-established on imports of single-flower (standard) carnations originating in Israel (Commission Regulation No. 823/92).

April 22. Preferential customs duty was reestablished on imports of multiflorous (spray) carnations originating in Israel (Commission Regulation No. 998/92).

May 7. Preferential customs duty was re-established on imports of small-flowered roses originating in Israel (Commission Regulation No. 1184/92).

December 4. Preferential customs duty was re-established on imports of small-flower roses originating in Israel (Commission Regulation No. 3524/92).

Import Surveillance

June 25. The United Kingdom was authorized to extend surveillance within the EC on bananas originating in certain third countries (Commission Decision No. 92/338/EEC).

June 30, Certain member countries were authorized to apply surveillance within the EC to certain imports originating in third countries (Commission Decision No. 92/372/EEC).

July 7. Retrospective EC surveillance was introduced on imports of iron and steel products covered by the ECSC Treaty and originating in third countries (Commission Decision No. 1856/92/ECSC).

December 22. Automatic prior EC surveillance was introduced on imports of certain iron and steel products covered by the ECSC Treaty and originating in nonmember countries (Commission Recommendation No. 3772/92/ECSC).

December 22. Retrospective EC surveillance was introduced on imports of iron and steel products covered by the ECSC Treaty and originating in third countries (Commission Decision No. 3773/92/ECSC).

Source: Official Journal of the European Communities.

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