WCO classification decisions, potential classification opportunities

WCO classification decisions

The World Customs Organization (WCO) released new classification decisions regarding two-piece garments, audio/video floor stands, and various other products.

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The WCO classification is set at the six-digit, harmonized subheading level, leaving the eight-digit level classification to be performed by the member nation customs administrations. The decisions include additional classification opinions, and amendments to the HS Explanatory Notes. Read the WCO classification decisions (December 2015)

 

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