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Classifying toys, games and sports equipment for import and export

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These commodities are covered in chapter 95 of the Tariff, including: indoor and outdoor games; toys and items for the amusement of children or adults; equipment for sports, gymnastics, and athletics; requisites for fishing, hunting and shooting; It's worth checking to make sure you're using the correct Classifying Equipment, as toys and games may be interchangeable terms for some people. If you can't find the correct classification in one category, it's a good idea to check the other.

Understanding how to interpret the Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the U.S. is essential in determining duty rates, preference eligibility, and overall costs for imported goods. Moreover, importers have a legal obligation to exercise reasonable care in classifying their goods. Whether you are a novice or veteran classifier, an in-house customs compliance professional or a customs broker, our 2016 topic-based classification series can help you improve your classification skills, avoid common pitfalls in these areas and learn some best practices.

While there is no legal prohibition against foreign companies repatriating profits, GOA regulations implemented in November of 2011, mandating that firms receive permission from AFIP in order to exchange local currency into foreign exchange, serve as a de-facto control on the ability of foreign firms to repatriate profits. Meanwhile, export proceeds must be repatriated to Argentina and for most products must be remitted to the Central Bank within 15 days. Repatriation deadlines vary based on product categories. These stipulations could change based on economic conditions.

The specialisation in the furniture and other manufacturing sector in some regions within these countries (in some cases the whole country is treated as one region) can clearly be seen from the map which is based on the non-financial business economy employment share of this sector. Many of the most specialised regions were in Italy, Poland and Romania. The Czech Republic, Spain, Slovakia and Sweden also had several regions specialised in these activities in employment terms, while the Baltic Member States and Slovenia (each treated as one region in the map) were also among the most specialised regions.

Hydrometallurgy Equipment consists of a series of separations that begins with leaching of ores or concentrates and ends with fairly pure, marketable cathodes, powders, or compounds recovered from solution. Intermediate separations are conducted to recover by-products, isolate impurities, or enhance the productivity of subsequent unit operations. There is a constant search for new technologies that will: (1) increase the productivity of parts of the process; (2) reduce operating costs; (3) reduce adverse environmental impact of effluents from the process; and (4) (in the case of the need for new plant capacity) develop new, simpler, cleaner, more economic processes.

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