Tariff Quota

Tariff Quota

A reduced tariff applied to a certain quantity of an import. For example, a country may apply a tariff quota of 5% for the first 100,000 units of a good received each year, at which time the tariff increases to 10%.
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Both transactions combined represent 125 MW of total installed solar capacity, which will be equivalent to 25% of the solar FiT Tariff quota within the Philippines.
The FTA was signed 10 year ago in 2002, but Sri Lanka still imposes tariff quota on Pakistani rice, which should have been dropped.
The study recommended that tariff quota method should be adopted for import of steel, iron, pharmaceutical and agriculture sector goods from India under MFN status regime.
It's easy to understand why the USAPEEC and the Russian Poultry Meat Market Operators Association signed an agreement in July to propose to the governments of both countries a reduction in the 2009 US tariff quota to 750,000 tons from 931,500 tons.
The European Communities' current banana import regime, in particular its preferential tariff quota reserved for Africa-Caribbean-Pacific (ACP) countries, is inconsistent" with global trade rules, the WTO said.
9% tariff quota, with additional amounts attracting Euro 1,024/ton duty, said Brussels.
The Commission suggested a tariff level of 230 per tonne for "dollar" banana imports (Caribbean bananas would retain their access under a tariff quota at zero duty).
The SUA letter noted the 2007 raw sugar tariff quota "has now been set at a level which recognizes the need for higher imports.
Currently, rice imports in South Korea have been restricted under a tariff quota system warranted by the World Trade Organization.
The tariff quota for pork is only 11,000 tonnes at a tariff rate falling to 125 [euro]/tonne.
Ministers supported a proposed transitional tariff quota system with import licenses allotted on a first-come, first-served basis.
Further capital inflows move us along EM and then onto the common tariff quota path MM[prime]D.