Applied Tariff

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Applied Tariff

The tariff an exporter or importer owes on a particular transaction. This differs from the bound rate, which is the tariff writ large, or the tariff rates negotiated for all transactions between two countries.
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Applied tariffs (noted on 25 points the notation is detailed in the regulation of the consultation) 40% -
Although the Bush administration decided against tariffs, the Obama administration in its first year applied tariffs on Chinese tire imports under Section 421.
Based on 2012 data Nepal's average applied tariffs were 12.
The US applied tariffs on Chinese producers and exporters including Suntech Power Holdings and Trina Solar.
Reenat Sandhu, the deputy permanent representative of India to the WTO and TPR discussant, said that the member states have commended the UAE "for its open and liberal trading regime [which is] characterized by a simple tariff structure, low applied tariffs and few non-tariff barriers".
Reenat Sandhu, Deputy Permanent Representative of India to the WTO, said the UAE was praised "for its open and liberal trading regime that is characterised by a simple tariff structure, low applied tariffs and few non-tariff barriers.
The past few year, unnoticed by most, India has already reduced its applied tariffs on a whole host of food items to zero or near zero.
After a year in which racecourses are understood to have injected an extra pounds 7 million into prize-money and the same amount to pay for raceday integrity - both to redress the balance from a reduction in levy income and not as a fearful response to the horsemen's power-crazed reliance on badly expressed and rigidly applied tariffs - wielding the fixtures axe is not the answer.
Hoekman noted that with average applied tariffs now relatively low - 2-3% for developed countries and roughly 10% for developing countries - it was hard to get motivated about Doha.
agricultural exports enjoy duty-free access to Colombia, with most applied tariffs ranging from 5 to 20 percent.
WTO, as the repository of its members' binding commitments on goods and notifications on their most favoured nation (MFN) applied tariffs, was at the core of the undertaking.
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