Information Technology Agreement Tariff Guide
On July 1 2016, the U.S. and 51 other countries launched an eight-year effort that will strike tariffs on more than $180 billion in yearly U.S. tech exports in key markets around the globe. The WTO Expanded Information Technology Agreement will ultimately affect 450 tariff lines on 201 information technology categories representing 80% of all currently traded product lines. And, as a free service to the industry, International Trade Today has compiled a reference guide summarizing the changes to the U.S. Harmonized Tariff Schedule that will transform information technology trade around the world.
International Trade Today's Guide to US Tariff Changes Under the Expanded Information Technology Agreement details every resulting change in the U.S. Harmonized Tariff Schedule in an easy-to-digest, simplified format that includes:
- A full list of revised Information Technology Agreement chapters
- A guide to all revised and new tariff subheadings
- A full schedule of all tariff phase-outs
- An easily searchable index of affected products
- In-depth details for every affected product category
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