Annex 300-B: Textile and Apparel Goods

Section 1: Scope and Coverage 
Section 2: Tariff Elimination 
Section 3: Import and Export Prohibitions, Restrictions and Consultation Levels 
Section 4: Bilateral Emergency Actions (Tariff Actions) 
Section 5: Bilateral Emergency Actions (Quantitative Restrictions) 
Section 6: Special Provisions 
Section 7: Review and Revision of Rules of Origin 
Section 8: Labelling Requirements 
Section 9: Trade in Worn Clothing and Other Worn Articles 
Section 10: Definitions

Appendix 1.1: List of Goods Covered by Annex 300-B 
Appendix 2.1: Tariff Elimination

Schedule 2.1.B: Exceptions to Tariff Phaseout Formula Specified in Appendix 2.1

Appendix 2.4: Tariff Elimination on Certain Textile and Apparel Goods 
Appendix 3.1: Administration of Import and Export Prohibitions, Restrictions and Consultation Levels

Schedule 3.1.1: Schedule for the Elimination of Restrictions and Consultation Levels on Exports from Mexico to the United States 
Schedule 3.1.2: Restrictions and Consultation Levels on Exports from Mexico to the United States 
Schedule 3.1.3: Conversion Factors

Appendix 5.1: Bilateral Emergency Actions (Quantitative Restrictions) 
Appendix 6: Special Provisions

Schedule 6.B.1: Preferential Tariff Treatment for Non-Originating Apparel and Made-Up Goods 
Schedule 6.B.2: Preferential Tariff Treatment for Non-Originating Cotton or Man-made Fiber Fabrics and Made-Up Goods 
Schedule 6.B.3: Preferential Tariff Treatment for Non-Originating Cotton or Man-made Fiber Spun Yarn

Appendix 10.1: Country-Specific Definitions


Annex 300-B

Textile and Apparel Goods

Section 1: Scope and Coverage

1. This Annex applies to the textile and apparel goods set out in Appendix 1.1.

2. In the event of any inconsistency between this Agreement and the Arrangement Regarding International Trade in Textiles (Multifiber Arrangement), as amended and extended, including any amendment or extension after January 1, 1994, or any other existing or future agreement applicable to trade in textile or apparel goods, this Agreement shall prevail to the extent of the inconsistency, unless the Parties agree otherwise.

Section 2: Tariff Elimination

1. Except as otherwise provided in this Agreement, each Party shall progressively eliminate its customs duties on originating textile and apparel goods in accordance with its Schedule to Annex 302.2 (Tariff Elimination), and as set out for ease of reference in Appendix 2.1.

2. For purposes of this Annex:

    (a) a textile or apparel good shall be considered an originating good if the applicable change in tariff classification set out in Chapter Four (Rules of Origin) has been satisfied in the territory of one or more of the Parties in accordance with Article 404 (Accumulation); and

    (b) for purposes of determining which rate of customs duty and staging category is applicable to an originating textile or apparel good, a good shall be considered a good of a Party

      (i) as determined by each importing Party's regulations, practices or procedures, except that

      (ii) in the event of an agreement between the Parties pursuant to

    Annex 311 as determined by such agreement.

3. An importing Party and an exporting Party may identify at any time particular textile and apparel goods that they mutually agree fall within:

    (a) hand-loomed fabrics of a cottage industry;

    (b) hand-made cottage industry goods made of such hand-loomed fabrics; or

    (c) traditional folklore handicraft goods.

The importing Party shall grant duty-free treatment to goods so identified, if certified by the competent authority of the exporting Party.

4. Appendix 2.4 applies to the Parties specified in that Appendix respecting the elimination of tariffs on certain textile and apparel goods.

Section 3: Import and Export Prohibitions, Restrictions and Consultation Levels

1. Each Party may maintain a prohibition, restriction or consultation level only in accordance with Appendix 3.1 or as otherwise provided in this Annex.

2. Each Party shall eliminate any prohibition, restriction or consultation level on a textile or apparel good that otherwise would be permitted under this Annex if that Party is required to eliminate such measure as a result of having integrated that good into the GATT as a result of commitments undertaken by that Party under any successor agreement to the Multifiber Arrangement.

Section 4: Bilateral Emergency Actions (Tariff Actions)

1. Subject to paragraphs 2 through 5 and during the transition period only, if, as a result of the reduction or elimination of a duty provided for in this Agreement, a textile or apparel good originating in the territory of a Party, or a good that has been integrated into the GATT pursuant to a commitment undertaken by a Party under any successor agreement to the Multifiber Arrangement and entered under a tariff preference level set out in Appendix 6, is being imported into the territory of another Party in such increased quantities, in absolute terms or relative to the domestic market for that good, and under such conditions as to cause serious damage, or actual threat thereof, to a domestic industry producing a like or directly competitive good, the importing Party may, to the minimum extent necessary to remedy the damage or actual threat thereof:

    (a) suspend the further reduction of any rate of duty provided for under this Agreement on the good; or

    (b) increase the rate of duty on the good to a level not to exceed the lesser of

      (i) the most-favored-nation (MFN) applied rate of duty in effect at the time the action is taken, and

      (ii) the MFN applied rate of duty in effect on December 31, 1993.

2. In determining serious damage, or actual threat thereof, the Party:

    (a) shall examine the effect of increased imports on the particular industry, as reflected in changes in such relevant economic variables as output, productivity, utilization of capacity, inventories, market share, exports, wages, employment, domestic prices, profits and investment, none of which is necessarily decisive; and

    (b) shall not consider changes in technology or consumer preference as factors supporting a determination of serious damage or actual threat thereof.

3. A Party shall deliver without delay to any Party that may be affected by an emergency action taken under this Section written notice of its intent to take such action, and on request shall enter into consultations with that Party.

4. The following conditions and limitations apply to any emergency action taken under this Section:

    (a) no action may be maintained for a period exceeding three years or, except with the consent of the Party against whose good the action is taken, have effect beyond the expiration of the transition period;

    (b) no action may be taken by a Party against any particular good originating in the territory of another Party more than once during the transition period; and

    (c) on termination of the action, the rate of duty shall be the rate that, according to the Schedule for the staged elimination of the tariff, would have been in effect one year after the initiation of the action, and beginning January 1 of the year following the termination of the action, at the option of the Party that has taken the action

      (i) the rate of duty shall conform to the applicable rate set out in that Party's Schedule to Annex 302.2, or

      (ii) the tariff shall be eliminated in equal annual stages ending on the date set out in that Party's Schedule to Annex 302.2 for the elimination of the tariff.

5. The Party taking an action under this Section shall provide to the Party against whose good the action is taken mutually agreed trade liberalizing compensation in the form of concessions having substantially equivalent trade effects or equivalent to the value of the additional duties expected to result from the action. Such concessions shall be limited to the textile and apparel goods set out in Appendix 1.1, unless the Parties otherwise agree. If the Parties concerned are unable to agree on compensation, the exporting Party may take tariff action having trade effects substantially equivalent to the action taken under this Section against any goods imported from the Party that initiated the action under this Section. The Party taking the tariff action shall only apply the action for the minimum period necessary to achieve the substantially equivalent effects.

6. For purposes of this Section, a good originating in the territory of a Party shall be determined in accordance with Section 2.2.

7. Paragraphs 1 through 5 shall also apply to textile and apparel goods described in Appendix 2.4.

Section 5: Bilateral Emergency Actions (Quantitative Restrictions)

1. Subject to Appendix 5.1, a Party may take bilateral emergency action against non-originating textile or apparel goods of another Party in accordance with this Section and Appendix 3.1.

2. If a Party considers that a non-originating textile or apparel good, including a good entered under a tariff preference level set out in Appendix 6, is being imported into its territory from a Party in such increased quantities, in absolute terms or relative to the domestic market for that good, under such conditions as to cause serious damage, or actual threat thereof, to a domestic industry producing a like or directly competitive good in the importing Party, the importing Party may request consultations with the other Party with a view to eliminating the serious damage or actual threat thereof.

3. The Party requesting consultations shall include in its request for consultations the reasons that it considers demonstrate that such serious damage or actual threat thereof to its domestic industry is resulting from the imports of the other Party, including the latest data concerning such damage or threat.

4. In determining serious damage, or actual threat thereof, the Party shall apply Section 4(2).

5. The Parties concerned shall begin consultations within 60 days of the request for consultations and shall endeavor to agree on a mutually satisfactory level of restraint on exports of the particular good within 90 days of the request, unless the consulting Parties agree to extend this period. In reaching a mutually satisfactory level of export restraint, the consulting Parties shall:

    (a) consider the situation in the market in the importing Party;

    (b) consider the history of trade in textile and apparel goods between the consulting Parties, including previous levels of trade; and

    (c) seek to ensure that the textile and apparel goods imported from the territory of the exporting Party are accorded equitable treatment as compared with treatment accorded like textile and apparel goods from non-Party suppliers.

6. If the consulting Parties do not agree on a mutually satisfactory level of export restraint, the Party requesting consultations may impose annual quantitative restrictions on imports of the good from the territory of the other Party, subject to paragraphs 7 through 13.

7. Any quantitative restriction imposed under paragraph 6 shall be no less than the sum of:

    (a) the quantity of the good imported into the territory of the Party requesting consultations from the Party that would be affected by the restriction, as reported in general import statistics of the importing Party, during the first 12 of the most recent 14 months preceding the month in which the request for consultations was made; and

    (b) 20 percent of such quantity for cotton, man-made fiber and other non-cotton vegetable fiber good categories, and six percent for wool good categories.

8. The first period of any quantitative restriction imposed under paragraph 6 shall begin on the day after the date on which the request for consultations was made and terminate at the end of the calendar year in which the quantitative restriction is imposed. Any quantitative restriction that is imposed for a first period of less than 12 months shall be prorated to correspond to the time remaining in the calendar year in which the restriction is imposed, and the prorated amount may be adjusted in accordance with the flexibility provisions set out in paragraphs 8(b) and (c) of Appendix 3.1.

9. For each successive calendar year that the quantitative restriction imposed under paragraph 6 remains in effect, the Party imposing it shall:

    (a) increase it by six percent for cotton, man-made fiber and noncotton vegetable fiber textile and apparel goods, and by two percent for wool textile and apparel goods, and

    (b) accelerate the growth rate for quantitative restrictions on cotton, man-made fiber and non-cotton vegetable fiber textile and apparel goods if required by any successor agreement to the Multifiber Arrangement,

and the flexibility provisions set out in paragraphs 8(b) and (c) of Appendix 3.1 apply.

10. A quantitative restriction imposed under paragraph 6 before July 1 in any calendar year may remain in effect for the remainder of that year, plus two additional calendar years. Such a restriction imposed on or after July 1 in any calendar year may remain in effect for the remainder of that year, plus three additional calendar years. No such restriction may remain in effect beyond the transition period.

11. No Party may take an emergency action under this Section with respect to any particular textile or apparel non-originating good against which a quantitative restriction is in effect.

12. No Party may adopt or maintain a quantitative restriction under this Section on a particular textile or apparel good that otherwise would be permitted under this Annex, if that Party is required to eliminate such measure as a result of having integrated that good into the GATT as a result of commitments undertaken by that Party pursuant to any successor agreement to the Multifiber Arrangement.

13. No Party may take a bilateral emergency action after the expiration of the transition period with respect to cases of serious damage, or actual threat thereof, to domestic industry arising from the operation of this Agreement except with the consent of the Party against whose good the action would be taken.

Section 6: Special Provisions

Appendix 6 sets out special provisions applicable to certain textile and apparel goods.

Section 7: Review and Revision of Rules of Origin

1. (a) The Parties shall monitor the effects of the application of the rule of origin set out in Annex 401 applicable to goods of subheading 6212.10 of the Harmonized System (HS). No earlier than April 1, 1995, a Party may request consultations with the other Parties to seek a mutually satisfactory solution to any difficulties that it considers result from the application of that rule of origin.

    (b) If the consulting Parties fail to reach a mutually satisfactory solution within 90 days of a request for consultations, on request of any Party the rule of origin applicable to subheading 6212.10 shall change to the rule of origin set out in Annex 401 applicable to headings 62.06 through 62.11 with respect to trade between the requesting Party and the other Parties. Any such change shall be effective 180 days after the request. The Parties shall take measures to ease any resulting administrative burden on producers.

    (c) Unless the Parties agree otherwise, at any time after the completion of consultations held under subparagraph (a) and during the transition period only, a Party that has requested such consultations may make one additional request for consultations under subparagraph (a) and take action under subparagraph (b).

2. (a) On request of any Party, the Parties shall consult to consider whether particular goods should be subject to different rules of origin to address issues of availability of supply of fibers, yarns or fabrics in the free trade area.

    (b) In the consultations, each Party shall consider all data presented by a Party showing substantial production in its territory of the particular good. The consulting Parties shall consider that substantial production has been shown if that Party demonstrates that its domestic producers are capable of supplying commercial quantities of the good in a timely manner.

    (c) The Parties shall endeavor to conclude consultations within 60 days of the request. An agreement between two or more Parties resulting from the consultations shall supersede any prior rule of origin for such good when approved by each such Party in accordance with Article 2202(2) (Amendments). If no agreement is reached, a Party may have recourse to paragraph B.8 of Appendix 6.

    (d) Further to subparagraph (a), on request of any Party, the Parties shall consult to consider whether the rules of origin set out in Annex 401 applicable to the following provisions should be amended in view of increasing availability of supply of relevant yarns or fabrics within the free trade area:

      (i) Canadian tariff item 5407.60.10, Mexican tariff item 5407.60.02 and U.S. tariff item 5407.60.22,

      (ii) provisions (a) through (i) of the rule of origin for subheadings 6205.20 through 6205.30,

      (iii) goods of subheadings 6107.21, 6108.21 and 6108.31, wholly of fabric of Canadian tariff item 6002.92.10, Mexican tariff item 6002.92.01, and U.S. tariff item 6002.92.10, and exclusive of collar, cuffs, waistband, elastic or lace;

      (iv) note 2 to Chapter 62 of Annex 401, and

      (v) Canadian tariff item 6303.92.10, Mexican tariff item 6303.92.01 and U.S. tariff item 6303.92.aa.

3. The Parties shall review the rules of origin applicable to textile and apparel goods within five years of the date of entry into force of this Agreement to take into account the effect of increasing global competition on textile and apparel goods and the implications of any integration into the GATT of textile and apparel goods pursuant to any successor agreement to the Multifiber Arrangement. The Parties shall give particular consideration to operative rules in other economic association or integration agreements and developments relating to textile and apparel production and trade.

Section 8: Labelling Requirements

The Subcommittee on Labelling of Textile and Apparel Goods established under Article 913(5) shall perform the functions set out in Annex 913.5.a4.

Section 9: Trade in Worn Clothing and Other Worn Articles

1. The Parties hereby establish a Committee on Trade in Worn Clothing, comprising representatives of each Party. The Committee shall:

    (a) include or consult with a broadly representative group drawn from the manufacturing and retailing sectors in each Party; and

    (b) act in a transparent manner and, if no member of the Committee formally objects, make recommendations to the Commission.

2. The Committee shall assess the potential benefits and risks that may result from the elimination of existing restrictions on trade between the Parties in worn clothing and other worn articles, as defined in heading 63.09 of the HS, including the effects on business and employment opportunities, and on the market for textile and apparel goods in each Party.

3. A Party may maintain restrictions in effect on the date of entry into force of this Agreement on the importation of worn clothing and other worn articles classified under heading 63.09 of the HS, unless the Parties agree otherwise on the basis of the recommendations presented to the Commission by the Committee on Trade in Worn Clothing.

Section 10: Definitions

For purposes of this Annex:

average yarn number, as applied to woven fabrics of cotton or man-made fibers, means the average yarn number of the yarns contained therein. In computing the average yarn number, the length of the yarn is considered to be equal to the distance covered by it in the fabric, with all clipped yarn being measured as if continuous and with the count being taken of the total single yarns in the fabric including the single yarns in any multiple (folded) or cabled yarns. The weight shall be taken after any excessive sizing is removed by boiling or other suitable process. Any one of the following formulas can be used to determine the average yarn number:

N =

BYT ,
------
1,000

100T ,
-------
Z'

BT
----
Z

or

ST
-----
10

when:

    N is the average yarn number,

    B is the breadth (width) of the fabric in centimeters,

    Y is the meters (linear) of the fabric per kilogram,

    T is the total single yarns per square centimeter,

    S is the square meters of fabric per kilogram,

    Z is the grams per linear meter of fabric, and

    Z' is the grams per square meter of fabric.

    Fractions in the resulting "average yarn number" shall be disregarded.

category means a grouping of textile or apparel goods, and as set out in Appendix 10.1 for the Parties specified in that Appendix;

consultation level means a level of exports for a particular textile or apparel good that may be adjusted in accordance with paragraph 7 of Appendix 3.1 and includes a designated consultation level, but does not include a specific limit;

exporting Party means the Party from whose territory a textile or apparel good is exported;

flexibility provisions means the provisions set out in paragraphs 8(b) and (c) of Appendix 3.1;

importing Party means the Party into whose territory a textile or apparel good is imported;

integrated into the GATT means subject to the obligations of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade, an agreement under the GATT or any successor agreements;

specific limit means a level of exports for a particular textile or apparel good that may be adjusted in accordance with paragraph 8 of Appendix 3.1;

square meters equivalent (SME) means that unit of measurement that results from the application of the conversion factors set out in Schedule 3.1.3 to a primary unit of measure such as unit, dozen or kilogram;

tariff preference level means a mechanism that provides for the application of a customs duty at a preferential rate to imports of a particular good up to a specified quantity, and at a different rate to imports of that good that exceed that quantity;

transition period means the 10year period beginning on January 1, 1994; and

wool apparel means:

    (a) apparel in chief weight of wool;

    (b) woven apparel in chief weight of man-made fibers containing 36 percent or more by weight of wool; and

    (c) knitted or crocheted apparel in chief weight of man-made fibers containing 23 percent or more by weight of wool.

Appendix 1.1

List of Goods Covered by Annex 300-B

Note: The descriptions listed in this Appendix are provided for ease of reference only. For legal purposes, coverage shall be determined according to the terms of the Harmonized System.

HS No.

Description

Chapter 30 Pharmaceutical Products

3005 90

Wadding, gauze, bandages and the like

Chapter 39 Plastics and articles thereof

Chapter 42 Articles of leather; saddlery and harness; travel goods, handbags and similar containers

ex 4202 12

(Luggage, handbags and flatgoods with an outer surface predominantly of textile materials)

ex 4202 22

ex 4202 32

ex 4202 92

Chapter 50 Silk

5004 00

Silk yarn (other than yarn spun from silk waste) not for retail sale

5005 00

Yarn spun from silk waste, not for retail sale

5006 00

Silk yarn and yarn spun from silk waste, for retail sale; silkworm gut

5007 10

Woven fabric of noil silk

5007 20

Woven fabric of silk or silk waste, other than noil silk, 85% or more of such fibers

5007 90

Woven fabric of silk, nes

Chapter 51 Wool, fine or coarse animal hair, horsehair yarn and fabric

5105 10

Carded wool

5105 21

Combed wool in fragments

5105 29

Wool tops and other combed wool, other than combed wool in fragments

5105 30

Fine animal hair, carded or combed

5106 10

Yarn of carded wool, >=85% wool, not for retail sale

5106 20

Yarn of carded, wool, 85% wool, not for retail sale

5107 10

Yarn of combed wool, >=85% wool, not for retail sale

5107 20

Yarn of combed wool, <85% wool, not for retail sale

5108 10

Yarn of carded fine animal hair, not for retail sale

5108 20

Yarn of combed fine animal hair, not for retail sale

5109 10

Yarn of wool or of fine animal hair, >= 85% wool and fine animal hair, for retail sale

5109 90

Yarn of wool/of fine animal hair, <85% wool and fine animal hair, for retail sale

5110 00

Yarn of coarse animal hair or of horsehair

5111 11

Woven fabric of carded wool or fine animal hair, >= 85% wool and fine animal hair, 300 g/m2

5111 19

Woven fabric of carded wool or fine animal hair, >= 85% wool or fine animal hair, >300 g/m2

5111 20

Woven fabric of carded wool or fine animal hair, <85% wool or fine animal hair, with man-made fibers

5111 30

Woven fabric of carded wool or fine animal hair, <85% wool or fine animal hair, with man-made fibers

5111 90

Woven fabric of carded wool or fine animal hair, <85% wool or fine animal hair, nes

5112 11

Woven fabric of combed wool or fine animal hair, >= 85% wool or fine animal hair, 200 g/m2

5112 19

Woven fabric of combed wool or fine animal hair, >= 85% wool or fine animal hair, >200 g/m2

5112 20

Woven fabric of combed wool or fine animal hair, <85% wool or fine animal hair, with man-made filament

5112 30

Woven fabric of combed wool or fine animal hair, <85% wool or fine animal hair, with man-made fibers

5112 90

Woven fabric of combed wool or fine animal hair, <85% wool or fine animal hair, nes

5113 00

Woven fabric of coarse animal hair or of horsehair

Chapter 52 Cotton

5203 00

Cotton, carded or combed

5204 11

Cotton sewing thread 85% cotton, not for retail sale

5204 19

Cotton sewing thread, <85% cotton, not for retail sale

5204 20

Cotton sewing thread, for retail sale

5205 11

Cotton yarn, 85% cotton, single, uncombed, 714.29 decitex, not for retail sale

5205 12

Cotton yarn, 85% cotton, single, uncombed, 714.29 >decitex 232.56, not for retail sale

5205 13

Cotton yarn, 85% cotton, single, uncombed, 232.56>decitex 192.31, not for retail sale

5205 14

Cotton yarn, 85% cotton, single, uncombed, 192.31 >decitex 125, not for retail sale

5205 15

Cotton yarn, 85% cotton, single, uncombed, <125 decitex, not for retail sale

5205 21

Cotton yarn, 85% cotton, single, combed, 714.29, not for retail sale

5205 22

Cotton yarn, 85% cotton, single, combed, 714.29 >decitex 232.56, not for retail sale

5205 23

Cotton yarn, 85% cotton, single, combed, 232.56 >decitex 192.31, not for retail sale

5205 24

Cotton yarn, 85% cotton, single, combed, 192.31 >decitex 125, not for retail sale

5205 25

Cotton yarn, 85% cotton, single, combed, <125 decitex, not for retail sale

5205 31

Cotton yarn, 85% cotton, multiple, uncombed, 714.29 decitex, not for retail sale, nes

5205 32

Cotton yarn, 85% cotton, multiple, uncombed, 714.29 >decitex 232.56, not for retail sale, nes

5205 33

Cotton yarn, 85% cotton, multiple, uncombed, 232.56 >decitex 192.31, not for retail sale, nes

5205 34

Cotton yarn, 85% cotton, multiple, uncombed, 192.31 >decitex 125, not for retail sale, nes

5205 35

Cotton yarn, 85% cotton, multiple, uncombed, <125 decitex, not for retail sale, nes

5205 41

Cotton yarn, 85% cotton, multiple, combed, 714.29 decitex, not for retail sale, nes

5205 42

Cotton yarn, 85% cotton, multiple, combed, 714.29 >decitex 232.56, not for retail sale, nes

5205 43

Cotton yarn, 85% cotton, multiple, combed, 232.56 >decitex 192.31, not for retail sale, nes

5205 44

Cotton yarn, 85% cotton, multiple, combed, 192.31 >decitex 125, not for retail sale, nes

5205 45

Cotton yarn, 85% cotton, multiple, combed, <125 decitex, not for retail sale, nes

5206 11

Cotton yarn, <85% cotton, single, uncombed, 714.29, not for retail sale

5206 12

Cotton yarn, <85% cotton, single, uncombed, 714.29 >decitex 232.56, not for retail sale

5206 13

Cotton yarn, <85% cotton, single, uncombed, 232.56 >decitex 192.31, not for retail sale

5206 14

Cotton yarn, <85% cotton, single, uncombed, 192.31 >decitex 125, not for retail sale

5206 15

Cotton yarn, <85% cotton, single, uncombed, <125 decitex, not for retail sale

5206 21

Cotton yarn, <85% cotton, single, combed, 714.29 decitex, not for retail sale

5206 22

Cotton yarn, <85% cotton, single, combed, 714.29 >decitex 232.56, not for retail sale

5206 23

Cotton yarn, <85% cotton, single, combed, 232.56 >decitex 192.31, not for retail sale

5206 24

Cotton yarn, <85% cotton, single, combed, 192.31 >decitex 125, not for retail sale

5206 25

Cotton yarn, <85% cotton, single, combed, <125 decitex, not for retail sale

5206 31

Cotton yarn, <85% cotton, multiple, uncombed, 714.29, not for retail sale, nes

5206 32

Cotton yarn, <85% cotton, multiple, uncombed, 714.29 >decitex 232.56, not for retail sale, nes

5206 33

Cotton yarn, <85% cotton, multiple, uncombed, 232.56 >decitex 192.31, not for retail sale, nes

5206 34

Cotton yarn, <85% cotton, multiple, uncombed, 192.31 >decitex 125, not for retail sale, nes

5206 35

Cotton yarn, <85% cotton, multiple, uncombed, <125 decitex, not for retail sale, nes

5206 41

Cotton yarn, <85% cotton, multiple, combed, 714.29, not for retail sale, nes

5206 42

Cotton yarn, <85% cotton, multiple, combed, 714.29 >decitex 232.56, not for retail sale, nes

5206 43

Cotton yarn, <85% cotton, multiple, combed, 232.56 >decitex 192.31, not for retail sale, nes

5206 44

Cotton yarn, <85% cotton, multiple, combed, 192.31 >decitex 125, not for retail sale, nes

5206 45

Cotton yarn, <85% cotton, multiple, combed, <125 decitex, not for retail sale, nes

5207 10

Cotton yarn (other than sewing thread) 85% cotton, for retail sale

5207 90

Cotton yarn (other than sewing thread) <85% cotton, for retail sale

5208 11

Plain weave cotton fabric, 85% cotton, 100g/m2, unbleached

5208 12

Plain weave cotton fabric, 85% cotton, >100g/m2, 200g/m2, unbleached

5208 13

Twill weave cotton fabric, 85% cotton, 200g/m2, unbleached

5208 19

Woven fabric of cotton, 85% cotton, 200g/m2, unbleached, nes

5208 21

Plain weave cotton fabric, 85% cotton, 100g/m2, bleached

5208 22

Plain weave cotton fabric, 85% cotton, >100g/m2, 200g/m2, bleached

5208 23

Twill weave cotton fabric, 85% cotton, 200g/m2, bleached

5208 29

Woven fabric of cotton, 85% cotton, 200g/m2, bleached, nes

5208 31

Plain weave cotton fabric, 85% cotton, 100g/m2, dyed

5208 32

Plain weave cotton fabric, 85% cotton, >100g/m2, 200g/m2, dyed

5208 33

Twill weave cotton fabric, 85% cotton, 200g/m2, dyed

5208 39

Woven fabric of cotton, 85% cotton, 200g/m2, dyed, nes

5208 41

Plain weave cotton fabric, 85% cotton, 100g/m2, yarn dyed

5208 42

Plain weave cotton fabric, 85% cotton, >100g/m2, 200 g/m2, yarn dyed

5208 43

Twill weave cotton fabric, 85% cotton, 200g/m2, yarn dyed

5208 49

Woven fabric of cotton, 85% cotton, 200g/m2, yarn dyed, nes

5208 51

Plain weave cotton fabric, 85% cotton, 100g/m2, printed

5208 52

Plain weave cotton fabric, 85% cotton, >100g/m2, 200 g/m2, printed

5208 59

Other fabrics

5209 11

Plain weave cotton fabric, 85% cotton, >200g/m2, unbleached

5209 12

Twill weave cotton fabric, 85% cotton, >200g/m2, unbleached

5209 19

Woven fabric of cotton, 85% cotton, >200g/m2, unbleached, nes

5209 21

Plain weave cotton fabric, 85% cotton, >200g/m2, bleached

5209 22

Twill weave cotton fabric, 85% cotton, >200g/m2, bleached

5209 29

Woven fabric of cotton, 85% cotton, >200g/m2, bleached, nes

5209 31

Plain weave cotton fabric, 85% cotton, >200g/m2, dyed

5209 32

Twill weave cotton fabric, 85% cotton, >200g/m2, dyed

5209 39

Woven fabric of cotton, 85% cotton, >200g/m2, dyed, nes

5209 41

Plain weave cotton fabric, 85% cotton, >200g/m2, yarn dyed

5209 42

Blue denim fabric of cotton, 85% cotton, >200g/m2

5209 43

Twill weave cotton fabric, other than denim, 85% cotton, >200g/m2, yarn dyed

5209 49

Woven fabric of cotton, 85% cotton, >200g/m2, yarn dyed, nes

5209 51

Plain weave cotton fabric, 85% cotton, >200g/m2, printed

5209 52

Twill weave cotton fabric, 85% cotton, >200g/m2, printed

5209 59

Woven fabric of cotton, 85% cotton, >200g/m2, printed, nes

5210 11

Plain weave cotton fabric, <85% cotton, with man-made fiber, 200g/m2, unbleached

5210 19

Other fabrics

5210 21

Plain weave cotton fabric, <85% cotton, with man-made fiber, 200g/m2, bleached

5210 29

Other fabrics

5210 31

Plain weave cotton fabric, <85% cotton, with man-made fiber, 200g/m2, dyed

5210 32

Twill weave cotton fabric, <85% cotton, with man-made fiber, 200g/m2, dyed

5210 39

Woven fabric of cotton, <85% cotton, with man-made fiber, 200g/m2, dyed, nes

5210 41

Plain weave cotton fabric, <85% cotton, with man-made fiber, 200g/m2, yarn dyed

5210 49

Other fabrics

5210 51

Plain weave cotton fabric, <85% cotton, with man-made fiber, 200g/m2, printed

5210 59

Other fabrics

5211 11

Plain weave cotton fabric, <85% cotton, with man-made fiber, >200g/m2, unbleached

5211 12

Twill weave cotton fabric, <85% cotton, with man-made fiber, >200g/m2, unbleached

5211 19

Woven fabric of cotton, <85% cotton, with man-made fiber, >200g/m2, unbleached, nes

5211 20

Woven fabric of cotton, <85% cotton, with man-made fiber, >200g/m2, bleached

5211 31

Plain weave cotton fabric, <85% cotton, with man-made fiber, >200g/m2, dyed

5211 32

Twill weave cotton fabric, <85% cotton, with man-made fiber, >200g/m2, dyed

5211 39

Woven fabric of cotton, <85% cotton, with man-made fiber, >200g/m2, dyed, nes

5211 41

Plain weave cotton fabric, <85% cotton, with man-made fiber, >200g/m2, yarn dyed

5211 42

Blue denim fabric of cotton, <85% cotton, with man-made fiber, >200g/m2

5211 43

Twill weave cotton fabric, other than denim, <85% cotton, with man-made fiber, >200g/m2, yarn dyed

5211 49

Woven fabric of cotton, <85% cotton, with man-made fiber, >200g/m2, yarn dyed, nes

5211 51

Plain weave cotton fabric, <85% cotton, with man-made fiber, >200g/m2, printed

5211 52

Twill weave cotton fabric, <85% cotton, with man-made fiber, >200g/m2, printed

5211 59

Woven fabric of cotton, <85% cotton, with man-made fiber, >200g/m2, printed, nes

5212 11

Woven fabric of cotton, weighing 200g/m2, unbleached, nes

5212 12

Woven fabric of cotton, weighing 200g/m2, bleached, nes

5212 13

Woven fabric of cotton, weighing 200g/m2, dyed, nes

5212 14

Woven fabric of cotton, 200g/m2, of yarns of different colors, nes

5212 15

Woven fabric of cotton, weighing 200g/m2, printed, nes

5212 21

Woven fabric of cotton, weighing >200g/m2, unbleached, nes

5212 22

Woven fabric of cotton, weighing >200g/m2, bleached, nes

5212 23

Woven fabric of cotton, weighing >200g/m2, dyed, nes

5212 24

Woven fabric of cotton, >200g/m2, of yarns of different colors, nes

5212 25

Woven fabric of cotton, weighing >200g/m2, printed, nes

Chapter 53 Other vegetable textile fibers; paper yarn and woven fabric of paper yarn

5306 10

Flax yarn, single

5306 20

Flax yarn, multiple

5307 10

Yarn of jute or of other textile bast fibers, single

5307 20

Yarn of jute or other textile bast fibers, multiple

5308 20

True hemp yarn

5308 90

Yarn of other vegetable textile fibers

5309 11

Woven fabric, 85% flax, unbleached or bleached

5309 19

Woven fabric, 85% flax, other than unbleached or bleached

5309 21

Woven fabric of flax, <85% flax, unbleached or bleached

5309 29

Woven fabric of flax, <85% flax, other than unbleached or bleached

5310 10

Woven fabric of jute or of other textile bast fibers, unbleached

5310 90

Woven fabric of jute or of other textile bast fibers, other than unbleached

5311 00

Woven fabric of other vegetable textile fibers; woven fabric of paper yarn

Chapter 54 Man-made filaments

5401 10

Sewing thread of synthetic filaments

5401 20

Sewing thread of artificial filaments

5402 11

High tenacity yarn (other than sewing thread), of aramids, not for retail sale

5402 19

Other high tenacity yarn (other than sewing thread) of nylon or other polyamides, not for retail sale

5402 20

High tenacity yarn (other than sewing thread), of polyester filaments, not for retail sale

5402 31

Textured yarn nes, of nylon or other polyamide fiber, ≤50 tex/single yarn, not for retail sale

5402 32

Textured yarn nes, of nylon or other polyamide fiber,>50 tex/single yarn, not for retail sale

5402 33

Textured yarn nes, of polyester filaments, not for retail sale

5402 34

Textured yarn nes, of polypropylene filaments, not for retail sale

5402 39

Other textured yarn of synthetic filaments, nes, not for retail sale

5402 44

Elastomeric yarn of synthetic filaments, single, untwisted, not for retail sale

5402 45

Other yarn of nylon or other polyamides, single, untwisted, not for retail sale

5402 46

Other yarn of polyester filaments, partially oriented, single, untwisted, not for retail sale

5402 47

Other yarn of polyester filaments, single, untwisted, not for retail sale

5402 48

Other yarn of polypropylene, single, untwisted, not for retail sale

5402 49

Other yarn of synthetic filaments, single, untwisted, not for retail sale

5402 51

Yarn of nylon or other polyamide fiber, single, >50 turns per meter, not for retail sale

5402 52

Yarn of polyester filaments, single, >50 turns per meter, not for retail sale

5402 59

Yarn of synthetic filaments, single, >50 turns per meter, nes, not for retail sale

5402 61

Yarn of nylon or other polyamide fiber, multiple, nes, not for retail sale

5402 62

Yarn of polyester filaments, multiple, nes, not for retail sale

5402 69

Yarn of synthetic filaments, multiple, nes, not for retail sale

5403 10

High tenacity yarn (other than sewing thread), of viscose rayon filaments, not for retail sale

5403 31

Other yarn of viscose rayon filaments, single, untwisted, not for retail sale

5403 32

Other yarn of viscose rayon filaments, single, >120 turns per meter, not for retail sale

5403 33

Other yarn of cellulose acetate filaments, single, not for retail sale

5403 39

Other yarn of artificial filaments, single, not for retail sale

5403 41

Other yarn of viscose rayon filaments, multiple, not for retail sale

5403 42

Other yarn of cellulose acetate filaments, multiple, not for retail sale

5403 49

Other yarn of artificial filaments, multiple, not for retail sale

5404 11

Synthetic monofilament, elastomeric, ≥ 67 decitex, no cross sectional dimension >1 mm

5404 12

Other synthetic monofilament of polypropylene, ≥ 67 decitex, no cross sectional dimension > 1 mm

5404 19

Other synthetic monofilament, ≥ 67 decitex, no cross sectional dimension > 1 mm

5404 90

Strip and the like of synthetic textile material of an apparent width 5mm

5405 00

Artificial monofil, 67 decitex, cross sectional dimension >1mm; strip of art. tex. mat. width 5mm

5406 00

Man-made filament yarn (other than sewing thread), put up for retail sale

5407 10

Woven fabric of high tenacity filament yarn of nylon or other polyamides, or polyester

5407 20

Woven fabric obtained from strip or the like of synthetic textile materials

5407 30

Fabric specified in Note 9 Section XI (layers of parallel synthetic textile yarn)

5407 41

Woven fabric, 85% nylon or other polyamide filaments, unbleached or bleached, nes

5407 42

Woven fabric, 85% nylon or other polyamide filaments, dyed, nes

5407 43

Woven fabric, 85% nylon or other polyamide filaments, yarn dyed, nes

5407 44

Woven fabric, 85% nylon or other polyamide filaments, printed, nes

5407 51

Woven fabric, 85% textured polyester filaments, unbleached or bleached, nes

5407 52

Woven fabric, 85% textured polyester filaments, dyed, nes

5407 53

Woven fabric, 85% textured polyester filaments, yarn dyed, nes

5407 54

Woven fabric, 85% textured polyester filaments, printed, nes

5407 60

Woven fabric, 85% nontextured polyester filaments, nes

5407 71

Woven fabric, 85% synthetic filaments, unbleached or bleached, nes

5407 72

Woven fabric, 85% synthetic filaments, dyed, nes

5407 73

Woven fabric, 85% synthetic filaments, yarn dyed, nes

5407 74

Woven fabric, 85% synthetic filaments, printed, nes

5407 81

Woven fabric of synthetic filaments, <85% syn. filaments, with cotton, unbl or bl, nes

5407 82

Woven fabric of synthetic filaments, <85% with cotton, dyed, nes

5407 83

Woven fabric of synthetic filaments, <85% with cotton, yarn dyed, nes

5407 84

Woven fabric of synthetic filaments, <85% with cotton, printed, nes

5407 91

Woven fabric of synthetic filaments, unbleached or bleached, nes

5407 92

Woven fabric of synthetic filaments, dyed, nes

5407 93

Woven fabric of synthetic filaments, yarn dyed, nes

5407 94

Woven fabric of synthetic filaments, printed, nes

5408 10

Woven fabric of high tenacity filament yarn of viscose rayon

5408 21

Woven fabric, 85% artificial filament or strip, unbleached or bleached, nes

5408 22

Woven fabric, 85% artificial filament or strip, dyed, nes

5408 23

Woven fabric, 85% artificial filament or strip, yarn dyed, nes

5408 24

Woven fabric, 85% artificial filament or strip, printed, nes

5408 31

Woven fabric of artificial filaments, unbleached or bleached, nes

5408 32

Woven fabric of artificial filaments, dyed, nes

5408 33

Woven fabric of artificial filaments, yarn dyed, nes

5408 34

Woven fabric of artificial filaments, printed, nes

Chapter 55 Man-made staple fibers

5501 10

Filament tow of nylon or other polyamides

5501 20

Filament tow of polyesters

5501 30

Filament tow of acrylic or modacrylic

5501 40

Filament tow of polypropylene

5501 90

Synthetic filament tow, nes

5502 00

Artificial filament tow

5503 11

Staple fibers of aramids, not carded or combed

5503 19

Staple fibers of nylon or other polyamides, not carded or combed, nes

5503 20

Staple fibers of polyesters, not carded or combed

5503 30

Staple fibers of acrylic or modacrylic, not carded or combed

5503 40

Staple fibers of polypropylene, not carded or combed

5503 90

Synthetic staple fibers, not carded or combed, nes

5504 10

Staple fibers of viscose, not carded or combed

5504 90

Artificial staple fibers, other than viscose, not carded or combed

5505 10

Waste of synthetic fibers

5505 20

Waste of artificial fibers

5506 10

Staple fibers of nylon or other polyamides, carded or combed

5506 20

Staple fibers of polyesters, carded or combed

5506 30

Staple fibers of acrylic or modacrylic, carded or combed

5506 90

Synthetic staple fibers, carded or combed, nes

5507 00

Artificial staple fibers, carded or combed

5508 10

Sewing thread of synthetic staple fibers

5508 20

Sewing thread of artificial staple fibers

5509 11

Yarn, 85% nylon or other polyamide staple fibers, single, not for retail sale

5509 12

Yarn, 85% nylon or other polyamide staple fibers, multiple, not for retail sale, nes

5509 21

Yarn, 85% of polyester staple fibers, single, not for retail sale

5509 22

Yarn, 85% of polyester staple fibers, multiple, not for retail sale, nes

5509 31

Yarn, 85% of acrylic or modacrylic staple fibers, single, not for retail sale

5509 32

Yarn, 85% acrylic/modacrylic staple fibers, multiple, not for retail sale, nes

5509 41

Yarn, 85% of other synthetic staple fibers, single, not for retail sale

5509 42

Yarn, 85% of other synthetic staple fibers, multiple, not for retail sale, nes

5509 51

Yarn of polyester staple fibers mixed with artificial staple fiber, not for retail sale, nes

5509 52

Yarn of polyester staple fiber mixed with wool or fine animal hair, not for retail sale, nes

5509 53

Yarn of polyester staple fibers mixed with cotton, not for retail sale, nes

5509 59

Yarn of polyester staple fibers, not for retail sale, nes

5509 61

Yarn of acrylic staple fiber mixed with wool or fine animal hair, not for retail sale, nes

5509 62

Yarn of acrylic staple fibers mixed with cotton, not for retail sale, nes

5509 69

Yarn of acrylic staple fibers, not for retail sale, nes

5509 91

Yarn of other synthetic staple fibers mixed with wool or fine animal hair, not for retail sale, nes

5509 92

Yarn of other synthetic staple fibers mixed with cotton, not for retail sale, nes

5509 99

Yarn of other synthetic staple fibers, not for retail sale, nes

5510 11

Yarn, 85% of artificial staple fibers, single, not for retail sale

5510 12

Yarn, 85% of artificial staple fibers, multiple, not for retail sale, nes

5510 20

Yarn of artificial staple fiber mixed with wool/fine animal hair, not for retail sale, nes

5510 30

Yarn of artificial staple fibers mixed with cotton, not for retail sale, nes

5510 90

Yarn of artificial staple fibers, not for retail sale, nes

5511 10

Yarn, 85% of synthetic staple fibers, other than sewing thread, for retail sale

5511 20

Yarn, <85% of synthetic staple fibers, for retail sale, nes

5511 30

Yarn of artificial fibers (other than sewing thread), for retail sale

5512 11

Woven fabric, 85% of polyester staple fibers, unbleached or bleached

5512 19

Woven fabric, 85% of polyester staple fibers, other than unbleached or bleached

5512 21

Woven fabric, 85% of acrylic staple fibers, unbleached or bleached

5512 29

Woven fabric, 85% of acrylic staple fibers, other than unbleached or bleached

5512 91

Woven fabric, 85% of other synthetic staple fibers, unbleached or bleached

5512 99

Woven fabric, 85% of other synthetic staple fibers, other than unbleached or bleached

5513 11

Plain weave polyester fabric, <85% syn stple fiber, with cot, 170g/m2, unbl or bl

5513 12

Twill weave polyester staple fiber fabric, <85% syn. staple fiber, with cotton, 170g/m2, unbl or bl

5513 13

Woven polyester fabric, <85% synthetic stple fiber, with cotton, 170g/m2, unbl or bl, nes

5513 19

Woven fabric of other synthetic staple fiber, <85% syn. stpl fib, with cotton, 170g/m2, unbl or bl

5513 21

Plain weave polyester staple fiber fabric,<85% synthetic staple fiber, with cotton, 170g/m2, dyed

5513 23

Other woven fabrics of polyester staple fiber, <85% syn. staple fiber, with cotton, 170g/m2, dyed, nes

5513 29

Woven fabric of other synthetic staple fiber, <85% syn. staple fiber, with cotton, 170g/m2, dyed

5513 31

Plain weave polyester staple fiber fabric, <85% syn. staple fiber, with cotton, 170g/m2, yarn dyed

5513 39

Other woven fabrics of other synthetic staple fiber, <85% syn. staple fiber, with cotton, 170g/m2, yarn dyed

5513 41

Plain weave polyester staple fiber fabric, <85% syn. stpl fiber, with cotton, 170g/m2, printed

5513 49

Other woven fabric of other synthetic staple fiber, <85% syn. staple fiber, with cotton, 170g/m2, printed

5514 11

Plain weave polyester staple fiber fabric, <85% syn. staple fiber, with cotton, >170g/m2, unbl or bl

5514 12

Twill weave polyester staple fiber fabric, <85% syn. staple fiber, with cotton, >170g/m2, unbl or bl

5514 13

Woven fabric of polyester staple fiber, <85% syn. stpl fiber, with cotton, >170g/m2, unbl or bl, nes

5514 19

Other woven fabrics of other synthetic staple fiber, <85% syn stpl. fib, with cotton, >170g/m2, unbl or bl

5514 21

Plain weave polyester staple fiber fabric, <85% syn staple fiber, with cotton, >170g/m2, dyed

5514 22

Twill weave polyester staple fiber fabric, <85% synthetic staple fiber, with cotton, >170g/m2, dyed

5514 23

Woven fabric of polyester staple fiber, <85% synthetic staple fiber, with cotton, >170g/m2, dyed

5514 29

Woven fabric of other synthetic staple fiber, <85% synthetic staple fiber, with cotton, >170g/m2, dyed

5514 30

Woven fabrics of synthetic staple fiber, <85% syn. staple fiber, with cotton, >170g/m2, of yarn of different colors

5514 41

Plain weave polyester staple fiber fabric, <85% synthetic staple fiber, with cotton, >170g/m2, printed

5514 42

Twill weave polyester staple fiber fabric, <85% synthetic staple fiber, with cotton, >170g/m2, printed

5514 43

Woven fabric of polyester staple fibers <85% syn. staple fiber, with cotton, >170g/m2, printed, nes

5514 49

Woven fabric of other synthetic staple fiber, <85% syn. staple fiber, with cotton, >170g/m2, printed

5515 11

Woven fabric of polyester staple fiber, with viscose rayon staple fiber, nes

5515 12

Woven fabric of polyester staple fiber, with man-made filaments, nes

5515 13

Woven fabric of polyester staple fiber, with wool or fine animal hair, nes

5515 19

Woven fabric of polyester staple fiber, nes

5515 21

Woven fabric of acrylic staple fiber, with man-made filaments, nes

5515 22

Woven fabric of acrylic staple fiber, with wool or fine animal hair, nes

5515 29

Woven fabric of acrylic or modacrylic staple fibers, nes

5515 99

Other

5516 11

Woven fabric, 85% artificial staple fiber, unbleached or bleached

5516 12

Woven fabric, 85% artificial staple fiber, dyed

5516 13

Woven fabric, 85% artificial staple fiber, yarn dyed

5516 14

Woven fabric, 85% artificial staple fiber, printed

5516 21

Woven fabric of artificial staple fiber, <85% artificial staple fiber, with man-made fib, unbl or bl

5516 22

Woven fabric of artificial staple fiber, <85% artificial staple fiber, with man-made fib, dyed

5516 23

Woven fabric of artificial staple fiber, <85% artificial staple fiber, with man-made fib, yarn dyed

5516 24

Woven fabric of artificial staple fiber, <85% artificial staple fiber, with man-made fib, printed

5516 31

Woven fabric of artificial staple fiber, <85% art stpl fiber, with wool/fine animal hair, unbl or bl

5516 32

Woven fabric of artificial staple fiber, <85% art staple fiber, with wool/fine animal hair, dyed

5516 33

Woven fabric of artificial staple fiber, <85% art staple fiber, with wool/fine animal hair, yarn dyed

5516 34

Woven fabric of artificial staple fiber, <85% art staple fiber, with wool/fine animal hair, printed

5516 41

Woven fabric of artificial staple fiber, <85% artificial staple fiber, with cotton, unbl or bl

5516 42

Woven fabric of artificial staple fiber, <85% artificial staple fiber, with cotton, dyed

5516 43

Woven fabric of artificial staple fiber, <85% artificial staple fiber, with cotton, yarn dyed

5516 44

Woven fabric of artificial staple fiber, <85% artificial staple fiber, with cotton, printed

5516 91

Woven fabric of artificial staple fiber, unbleached or bleached, nes

5516 92

Woven fabric of artificial staple fiber, dyed, nes

5516 93

Woven fabric of artificial staple fiber, yarn dyed, nes

5516 94

Woven fabric of artificial staple fiber, printed, nes

Chapter 56: Wadding, felt and nonwovens; special yarns, twine, cordage, ropes and cables and articles thereof

5601 10

Sanitary articles of wadding of textile materials, including sanitary towels, tampons, and diapers

5601 21

Wadding of cotton and articles thereof, other than sanitary articles

5601 22

Wadding of man-made fibers and articles thereof, other than sanitary articles

5601 29

Wedge of other textile materials and articles thereof, other than sanitary articles

5601 30

Textile flock and dust and mill neps

5602 10

Needleloom felt and stitchbonded fiber fabric

5602 21

Felt other than needleloom, of wool or fine animal hair, not impregnated, coated, covered or laminated

5602 29

Felt other than needleloom, of other textile materials, not impregnated, coated, covered or laminated

5602 90

Felt of textile materials, nes

5603 00

Nonwovens, whether or not impregnated, coated, covered or laminated

5604 10

Rubber thread and cord, textile covered

5604 90

Textile yarn, strip, impregnated, coated, covered or sheathed with rubber or plastics

5605 00

Metalized yarn, being textile yarn combined with metal thread, strip, or powder

5606 00

Gimped yarn nes; chenille yarn; loop waleyarn

5607 21

Binder or baler twine, of sisal or other textile fibers of the genus Agave

5607 29

Twine nes, cordage, ropes and cables, of sisal textile fibers

5607 41

Binder or baler twine, of polyethylene or polypropylene

5607 49

Twine nes, cordage, ropes and cables, of polyethylene or polypropylene

5607 50

Twine, cordage, ropes and cables, of other synthetic fibers

5607 90

Twine, cordage, ropes and cables, of jute, other textile bast fibers or other materials

5608 11

Made up fishing nets, of man-made textile materials

5608 19

Knotted netting of twine, cordage, or rope, and other made up nets of man-made textile materials

5608 90

Knotted netting of twine, cordage, or rope, nes, and made up nets of other textile materials

5609 00

Articles of yarn, strip, twine, cordage, rope and cables, nes

Chapter 57 Carpets and other textile floor coverings

5701 10

Carpets of wool or fine animal hair, knotted

5701 90

Carpets of other textile materials, knotted

5702 10

Kelem, Schumacks, Karamanie and similar textile handwoven rugs

5702 20

Floor coverings of coconut fibers (coir)

5702 31

Carpets of wool or fine animal hair, of woven pile construction, not made up, nes

5702 32

Carpets of man-made textile materials, of woven pile construction, not made up, nes

5702 39

Carpets of other textile materials, of woven pile construction, not made up, nes

5702 41

Carpets of wool or fine animal hair, of woven pile construction, made up, nes

5702 42

Carpets of man-made textile materials, of woven pile construction, made up, nes

5702 49

Carpets of other textile materials, of woven pile construction, made up, nes

5702 50

Carpets, not of pile construction, woven, not made up, nes

5702 91

Carpets of wool or fine animal hair, woven, made up, nes

5702 92

Carpets of man-made textile materials, woven, made up, nes

5702 99

Carpets of other textile materials, woven, made up, nes

5703 10

Carpets of wool or fine animal hair, tufted

5703 20

Carpets of nylon or other polyamide, tufted

5703 30

Carpets of other man-made textile materials, tufted

5703 90

Carpets of other textile materials, tufted

5704 10

Tiles of felt of textile materials, having a maximum surface area of 0.3 m2

5704 90

Carpets of felt of textile materials, nes

5705 00

Carpets and other textile floor coverings, nes

Chapter 58 Special woven fabrics; tufted textile fabrics; lace; tapestries; trimmings; embroidery

5801 10

Woven pile fabric of wool or fine animal hair, other than terry and narrow fabric

5801 21

Woven uncut weft pile fabric of cotton, other than terry and narrow fabric

5801 22

Cut corduroy fabric of cotton, other than narrow fabric

5801 23

Woven weft pile fabric of cotton, nes

5801 24

Woven warp pile fabric of cotton, epingle (uncut), other than terry and narrow fabric

5801 25

Woven warp pile fabric of cotton, cut, other than terry and narrow fabric

5801 26

Chenille fabric of cotton, other than narrow fabric

5801 31

Woven uncut weft pile fabric of man-made fibers, other than terry and narrow fabric

5801 32

Cut corduroy fabric of man-made fibers, other than narrow fabric

5801 33

Woven weft pile fabric of man-made fibers, nes

5801 34

Woven warp pile fabric of man-made fiber, epingle (uncut), other than terry and narrow fabric

5801 35

Woven warp pile fabric of man-made fiber, cut, other than terry and narrow fabric

5801 36

Chenille fabric of man-made fibers, other than narrow fabric

5801 90

Woven pile fabric and chenille fabric of other textile materials, other than terry and narrow fabric

5802 11

Terry toweling and similar woven terry fabric of cotton, other than narrow fabric, unbleached

5802 19

Terry toweling and similar woven terry fabric of cotton, other than unbleached or narrow fabric

5802 20

Terry toweling and similar woven terry fabric of other textile materials, other than narrow fabric

5802 30

Tufted textile fabric, other than products of heading 57.03

5803 00

Gauze, other than narrow fabrics of heading 58.06

5804 10

Tulles and other net fabric, not including woven, knitted or crocheted fabric

5804 21

Mechanically made lace of man-made fiber, in the piece, in strips or motifs

5804 29

Mechanically made lace of other textile materials, in the piece, in strips or in motifs

5804 30

Handmade lace, in the piece, in strips or in motifs

5805 00

Handwoven tapestries and needleworked tapestries, whether or not made up

5806 10

Narrow woven pile fabric and narrow chenille fabric

5806 20

Narrow woven fabric, containing 5% elastomeric yarn or rubber thread, nes

5806 31

Narrow woven fabric of cotton, nes

5806 32

Narrow woven fabric of man-made fibers, nes

5806 39

Narrow woven fabric of other textile materials, nes

5806 40

Fabric consisting of warp without weft, assembled by means of an adhesive

5807 10

Labels, badges and similar woven articles of textile materials

5807 90

Labels, badges and similar articles, not woven, of textile materials, nes

5808 10

Braids in the piece

5808 90

Ornamental trimmings in the piece, other than knit; tassels, pompons and similar articles

5809 00

Woven fabric of metal thread or metalized yarn, for apparel, and homefurnishings, nes

5810 10

Embroidery without visible ground, in the piece, in strips or in motifs

5810 91

Embroidery of cotton, in the piece, in strips or in motifs, nes

5810 92

Embroidery of man-made fibers, in the piece, in strips or in motifs, nes

5810 99

Embroidery of other textile materials, in the piece, in strips or motifs, nes

5811 00

Quilted textile products in the piece

Chapter 59: Impregnated, coated, covered, laminated textile fabric; textile articles suitable for industrial use

5901 10

Textile fabric coated with gum, of a kind used for outer covers of books or the like

5901 90

Tracing cloth; prepared painting canvas; stiffened textile fabric for hats, nes

5902 10

Tire cord fabric of high tenacity nylon or other polyamide yarn

5902 20

Tire cord fabric of high tenacity polyester yarn

5902 90

Tire cord fabric made of high tenacity viscose rayon yarn

5903 10

Textile fabric impregnated, coated, covered, or laminated with polyvinyl chloride, nes

5903 20

Textile fabric impregnated, coated, covered, or laminated with polyurethane, nes

5903 90

Textile fabric impregnated, coated, covered, or laminated with plastics, nes

5904 10

Linoleum, whether or not cut to shape

5904 91

Floor coverings, other than linoleum, with a base of needleloom felt or nonwovens

5904 92

Floor coverings, other than linoleum, with other textile base

5905 00

Textile wall coverings

5906 10

Rubberized textile adhesive tape of a width not exceeding 20 cm

5906 91

Rubberized textile knitted or crocheted fabric, nes

5906 99

Rubberized textile fabric, nes

5907 00

Textile fabric impregnated, coated, covered, nes; painted canvas for theater use, backdrops, etc.

5908 00

Textile wicks for lamps, stoves, candles or the like; gas mantles and knitted gas mantle fabric

5909 00

Textile hosepiping and similar textile tubing

5910 00

Transmission or conveyor belts or belting of textile material whether or not reinforced

5911 10

Felt and feltlined woven fabric combined with rubber, leather, or other material, for technical uses

5911 20

Textile bolting cloth, whether or not made up

5911 31

Textile fabric, endless or linked, for papermaking or similar machines, weighing <650 g/m2

5911 32

Textile fabric, endless or linked, for papermaking or similar machines, weighing 650 g/m2

5911 40

Textile straining cloth used in oil presses or the like, including of human hair

5911 90

Textile products and articles for technical uses, nes

Chapter 60 Knitted or crocheted fabrics

6001 10

Long pile knitted or crocheted textile fabric

6001 21

Looped pile knitted or crocheted fabric, of cotton

6001 22

Looped pile knitted or crocheted fabric, of man-made fibers

6001 29

Looped pile knitted or crocheted fabric, of other textile materials

6001 91

Pile knitted or crocheted fabric, of cotton, nes

6001 92

Pile knitted or crocheted fabric, of man-made fiber, nes

6001 99

Pile knitted or crocheted fabric, of other textile materials, nes

6002 10

Knitted or crocheted textile fabric, w 30 cm, 5% of elastomeric yarn or rubber thread, nes

6002 20

Knitted or crocheted textile fabric, width not exceeding 30 cm, nes

6002 30

Knitted or crocheted textile fabric, width > 30 cm, 5% of elastomeric yarn or rubber thread, nes

6002 41

Warp knitted fabric, of wool or fine animal hair, nes

6002 42

Warp knitted fabric, of cotton, nes

6002 43

Warp knitted fabric, of man-made fibers, nes

6002 49

Warp knitted fabric, of other materials, nes

6002 91

Knitted or crocheted fabric, of wool or of fine animal hair, nes

6002 92

Knitted or crocheted fabric, of cotton, nes

6002 93

Knitted or crocheted fabric, of man-made fibers, nes

6002 99

Knitted or crocheted fabric, of other materials, nes

6005 21

Warp knit fabrics, of cotton, unbleached or bleached, nes

6005 22

Warp knit fabrics, of cotton, dyed, nes

6005 23

Warp knit fabrics, of cotton, of yarns of different colors, nes

6005 24

Warp knit fabrics, of cotton, printed, nes

6005 31

Warp knit fabrics, of synthetic fibers, unbleached or bleached, nes

6005 32

Warp knit fabrics, of synthetic fibers, dyed, nes

6005 33

Warp knit fabrics, of synthetic fibers, of yarns of different colors, nes

6005 34

Warp knit fabrics, of synthetic fibers, printed, nes

6005 41

Warp knit fabrics, of artificial fibers, unbleached or bleached, nes

6005 42

Warp knit fabrics, of artificial fibers, dyed, nes

6005 43

Warp knit fabrics, of artificial fibers, of yarns of different colors, nes

6005 44

Warp knit fabrics, of artificial fibers, printed, nes

6005 90

Warp knit fabrics, of wool, fine animal hair or other materials, nes

Chapter 61 Articles of apparel and clothing accessories, knitted or crocheted

6101 10

Men's or boys' overcoats, anoraks, and sim articles, of wool or fine animal hair, knitted or crocheted

6101 20

Men's or boys' overcoats, anoraks, and similar articles, of cotton, knitted or crocheted

6101 30

Men's or boys' overcoats, anoraks, and similar articles, of man-made fibers, knitted or crocheted

6101 90

Men's or boys' overcoats, anoraks, and sim articles, of wool, fine animal hair or other textile materials, knitted or crocheted

6102 10

Women's or girls' overcoats, anoraks and sim art, of wool or fine animal hair, knitted or crocheted

6102 20

Women's or girls' overcoats, anoraks and similar articles, of cotton, knitted or crocheted

6102 30

Women's or girls' overcoats, anoraks and similar articles, of man-made fibers, knitted or crocheted

6102 90

Women's or girls' overcoats, anoraks and sim art, of other textile materials, knitted or crocheted

6103 10

Men's or boys' suits, knitted or crocheted

6103 22

Men's or boys' ensembles, of cotton, knitted or crocheted

6103 23

Men's or boys' ensembles, of synthetic fibers, knitted or crocheted

6103 29

Men's or boys' ensembles, of wool, fine animal hair or other textile materials, knitted or crocheted

6103 31

Men's or boys' jackets and blazers, of wool or fine animal hair, knitted or crocheted

6103 32

Men's or boys' jackets and blazers, of cotton, knitted or crocheted

6103 33

Men's or boys' jackets and blazers, of synthetic fibers, knitted or crocheted

6103 39

Men's or boys' jackets and blazers, of other textile materials, knitted or crocheted

6103 41

Men's or boys' trousers and shorts, of wool or fine animal hair, knitted or crocheted

6103 42

Men's or boys' trousers and shorts, of cotton, knitted or crocheted

6103 43

Men's or boys' trousers and shorts, of synthetic fibers, knitted or crocheted

6103 49

Men's or boys' trousers and shorts, of other textile materials, knitted or crocheted

6104 13

Women's or girls' suits, of synthetic fibers, knitted or crocheted

6104 19

Women's or girls' suits, of wool, fine animal hair or other textile materials, knitted or crocheted

6104 22

Women's or girls' ensembles, of cotton, knitted or crocheted

6104 23

Women's or girls' ensembles, of synthetic fibers, knitted or crocheted

6104 29

Women's or girls' ensembles, of wool, fine animal hair or other textile materials, knitted or crocheted

6104 31

Women's or girls' jackets, of wool or fine animal hair, knitted or crocheted

6104 32

Women's or girls' jackets, of cotton, knitted or crocheted

6104 33

Women's or girls' jackets, of synthetic fibers, knitted or crocheted

6104 39

Women's or girls' jackets, of other textile materials, knitted or crocheted

6104 41

Women's or girls' dresses, of wool or fine animal hair, knitted or crocheted

6104 42

Women's or girls' dresses, of cotton, knitted or crocheted

6104 43

Women's or girls' dresses, of synthetic fibers, knitted or crocheted

6104 44

Women's or girls' dresses, of artificial fibers, knitted or crocheted

6104 49

Women's or girls' dresses, of other textile materials, knitted or crocheted

6104 51

Women's or girls' skirts, of wool or fine animal hair, knitted or crocheted

6104 52

Women's or girls' skirts, of cotton, knitted or crocheted

6104 53

Women's or girls' skirts, of synthetic fibers, knitted or crocheted

6104 59

Women's or girls' skirts, of other textile materials, knitted or crocheted

6104 61

Women's or girls' trousers and shorts, of wool or fine animal hair, knitted or crocheted

6104 62

Women's or girls' trousers and shorts, of cotton, knitted or crocheted

6104 63

Women's or girls' trousers and shorts, of synthetic fibers, knitted or crocheted

6104 69

Women's or girls' trousers and shorts, of other textile materials, knitted or crocheted

6105 10

Men's or boys' shirts, of cotton, knitted or crocheted

6105 20

Men's or boys' shirts, of man-made fibers, knitted or crocheted

6105 90

Men's or boys' shirts, of other textile materials, knitted or crocheted

6106 10

Women's or girls' blouses and shirts, of cotton, knitted or crocheted

6106 20

Women's or girls' blouses and shirts, of man-made fibers, knitted or crocheted

6106 90

Women's or girls' blouses and shirts, of other materials, knitted or crocheted

6107 11

Men's or boys' underpants and briefs, of cotton, knitted or crocheted

6107 12

Men's or boys' underpants and briefs, of man-made fibers, knitted or crocheted

6107 19

Men's or boys' underpants and briefs, of other textile materials, knitted or crocheted

6107 21

Men's or boys' nightshirts and pajamas, of cotton, knitted or crocheted

6107 22

Men's or boys' nightshirts and pajamas, of man-made fibers, knitted or crocheted

6107 29

Men's or boys' nightshirts and pajamas, of other textile materials, knitted or crocheted

6107 91

Other, of cotton

6107 99

Other, of other textile materials

6108 11

Women's or girls' slips and petticoats, of man-made fibers, knitted or crocheted

6108 19

Women's or girls' slips and petticoats, of other textile materials, knitted or crocheted

6108 21

Women's or girls' briefs and panties, of cotton, knitted or crocheted

6108 22

Women's or girls' briefs and panties, of man-made fibers, knitted or crocheted

6108 29

Women's or girls' briefs and panties, of other textile materials, knitted or crocheted

6108 31

Women's or girls' nightdresses and pajamas, of cotton, knitted or crocheted

6108 32

Women's or girls' nightdresses and pajamas, of man-made fibers, knitted or crocheted

6108 39

Women's or girls' nightdresses and pajamas, of other textile materials, knitted or crocheted

6108 91

Women's or girls' robes, dressing gowns, and similar articles of cotton, nes, knitted or crocheted

6108 92

Women's or girls' robes, dressing gowns, and sim art of man-made fibers, nes, knitted or crocheted

6108 99

Women's or girls' robes, dressing gowns, and sim art of other tex materials, nes, knitted or crocheted

6109 10

Tshirts, singlets, tank tops, and similar garments, of cotton, knitted or crocheted

6109 90

Tshirts, singlets, tank tops, and similar garments, of other textile materials, knitted or crocheted

6110 10

Sweaters, pullovers, sweatshirts, and sim articles of wool or fine animal hair, knitted or crocheted

6110 20

Sweaters, pullovers, sweatshirts, and similar articles of cotton, knitted or crocheted

6110 30

Sweaters, pullovers, sweatshirts, and similar articles of man-made fibers, knitted or crocheted

6110 90

Sweaters, pullovers, sweatshirts, and sim articles of other textile materials, knitted or crocheted

6111 20

Babies' garments and clothing accessories of cotton, knitted or crocheted

6111 30

Babies' garments and clothing accessories of synthetic fibers, knitted or crocheted

6111 90

Babies' garments and clothing accessories of wool, fine animal hair or other textile materials, knitted or crocheted

6112 11

Track suits, of cotton, knitted or crocheted

6112 12

Track suits, of synthetic fibers, knitted or crocheted

6112 19

Track suits, of other textile materials, knitted or crocheted

6112 20

Ski suits, of textile materials, knitted or crocheted

6112 31

Men's or boys' swimwear, of synthetic fibers, knitted or crocheted

6112 39

Men's or boys' swimwear, of other textile materials, knitted or crocheted

6112 41

Women's or girls' swimwear, of synthetic fibers, knitted or crocheted

6112 49

Women's or girls' swimwear, of other textile materials, knitted or crocheted

6113 00

Garments made up of impregnated, coated, covered or laminated textile knitted or crocheted fabric

6114 20

Garments of cotton, knitted or crocheted, nes

6114 30

Garments of man-made fibers, knitted or crocheted, nes

6114 90

Garments of wool, fine animal hair or other textile materials, knitted or crocheted, nes

6115 10

Graduated compression hosiery (e.g. stockings for varicose veins), knitted or crocheted

6115 21

Other panty hose and tights, of synthetic fibers, measuring per single yarn <67 decitex, knitted or crocheted

6115 22

Other panty hose and tights, of synthetic fibers, measuring per single yarn ≥67 decitex, knitted or crocheted

6115 29

Other panty hose and tights, of other textile materials, knitted or crocheted

6115 30

Other women’s full-length or knee-length hosiery, measuring per single yarn less than 67 decitex, knitted or crocheted

6115 94

Hosiery nes, of wool or fine animal hair, knitted or crocheted

6115 95

Hosiery nes, of cotton, knitted or crocheted

6115 96

Hosiery nes, of synthetic fibers, knitted or crocheted

6115 99

Hosiery nes, of other textile materials, knitted or crocheted

6116 10

Gloves or mittens, impregnated, coated or covered with plastics or rubber, knitted or crocheted

6116 91

Gloves or mittens, nes, of wool or fine animal hair, knitted or crocheted

6116 92

Gloves or mittens, nes, of cotton, knitted or crocheted

6116 93

Gloves or mittens, nes, of synthetic fibers, knitted or crocheted

6116 99

Gloves or mittens, nes, of other textile materials, knitted or crocheted

6117 10

Shawls, scarves, veils and the like, of textile materials, knitted or crocheted

6117 80

Other accessories

6117 90

Parts of garments or clothing accessories, of textile materials, knitted or crocheted

Chapter 62: Articles of apparel and clothing accessories, not knitted or crocheted

6201 11

Men's or boys' overcoats, and similar articles of wool or fine animal hair, not knit

6201 12

Men's or boys' overcoats, and similar articles of cotton, not knitted or crocheted

6201 13

Men's or boys' overcoats, and similar articles of man-made fibers, not knitted or crocheted

6201 19

Men's or boys' overcoats, and similar articles of other textile materials, not knitted or crocheted

6201 91

Men's or boys' anoraks and similar articles, of wool or fine animal hair, not knitted or crocheted

6201 92

Men's or boys' anoraks and similar articles, of cotton, not knitted or crocheted

6201 93

Men's or boys' anoraks and similar articles, of man-made fibers, not knitted or crocheted

6201 99

Men's or boys' anoraks and similar articles, of other textile materials, not knitted or crocheted

6202 11

Women's or girls' overcoats and similar articles of wool or fine animal hair not knit

6202 12

Women's or girls' overcoats and similar articles of cotton, not knitted or crocheted

6202 13

Women's or girls' overcoats and similar articles of man-made fibers, not knitted or crocheted

6202 19

Women's or girls' overcoats and similar articles of other textile mat, not knit

6202 91

Women's or girls' anoraks and similar article of wool or fine animal hair, not knit

6202 92

Women's or girls' anoraks and similar article of cotton, not knitted or crocheted

6202 93

Women's or girls' anoraks and similar article of man-made fibers, not knitted or crocheted

6202 99

Women's or girls' anoraks and similar article of other textile materials, not knit

6203 11

Men's or boys' suits, of wool or fine animal hair, not knitted or crocheted

6203 12

Men's or boys' suits, of synthetic fibers, not knitted or crocheted

6203 19

Men's or boys' suits, of other textile materials, not knitted or crocheted

6203 22

Men's or boys' ensembles, of cotton, not knitted or crocheted

6203 23

Men's or boys' ensembles, of synthetic fibers, not knitted or crocheted

6203 29

Men's or boys' ensembles, of wool, fine animal hair or other textile materials, not knitted or crocheted

6203 31

Men's or boys' jackets and blazers, of wool or fine animal hair, not knitted or crocheted

6203 32

Men's or boys' jackets and blazers, of cotton, not knitted or crocheted

6203 33

Men's or boys' jackets and blazers, of synthetic fibers, not knitted or crocheted

6203 39

Men's or boys' jackets and blazers, of other textile materials, not knitted or crocheted

6203 41

Men's or boys' trousers and shorts, of wool or fine animal hair, not knitted or crocheted

6203 42

Men's or boys' trousers and shorts, of cotton, not knitted or crocheted

6203 43

Men's or boys' trousers and shorts, of synthetic fibers, not knitted or crocheted

6203 49

Men's or boys' trousers and shorts, of other textile materials, not knitted or crocheted

6204 11

Women's or girls' suits, of wool or fine animal hair, not knitted or crocheted

6204 12

Women's or girls' suits, of cotton, not knitted or crocheted

6204 13

Women's or girls' suits, of synthetic fibers, not knitted or crocheted

6204 19

Women's or girls' suits, of other textile materials, not knitted or crocheted

6204 21

Women's or girls' ensembles, of wool or fine animal hair, not knitted or crocheted

6204 22

Women's or girls' ensembles, of cotton, not knitted or crocheted

6204 23

Women's or girls' ensembles, of synthetic fibers, not knitted or crocheted

6204 29

Women's or girls' ensembles, of other textile materials, not knitted or crocheted

6204 31

Women's or girls' jackets, of wool or fine animal hair, not knitted or crocheted

6204 32

Women's or girls' jackets, of cotton, not knitted or crocheted

6204 33

Women's or girls' jackets, of synthetic fibers, not knitted or crocheted

6204 39

Women's or girls' jackets, of other textile materials, not knitted or crocheted

6204 41

Women's or girls' dresses, of wool or fine animal hair, not knitted or crocheted

6204 42

Women's or girls' dresses, of cotton, not knitted or crocheted

6204 43

Women's or girls' dresses, of synthetic fibers, not knitted or crocheted

6204 44

Women's or girls' dresses, of artificial fibers, not knitted or crocheted

6204 49

Women's or girls' dresses, of other textile materials, not knitted or crocheted

6204 51

Women's or girls' skirts, of wool or fine animal hair, not knitted or crocheted

6204 52

Women's or girls' skirts, of cotton, not knitted or crocheted

6204 53

Women's or girls' skirts, of synthetic fibers, not knitted or crocheted

6204 59

Women's or girls' skirts, of other textile materials, not knitted or crocheted

6204 61

Women's or girls' trousers and shorts, of wool or fine animal hair, not knitted or crocheted

6204 62

Women's or girls' trousers and shorts, of cotton, not knitted or crocheted

6204 63

Women's or girls' trousers and shorts, of synthetic fibers, not knitted or crocheted

6204 69

Women's or girls' trousers and shorts, of other textile materials, not knitted or crocheted

6205 20

Men's or boys' shirts, of cotton, not knitted or crocheted

6205 30

Men's or boys' shirts, of man-made fibers, not knitted or crocheted

6205 90

Men's or boys' shirts, of wool, fine animal hair or other textile materials, not knitted or crocheted

6206 10

Women's or girls' blouses and shirts, of silk or silk waste, not knitted or crocheted

6206 20

Women's or girls' blouses and shirts, of wool or fine animal hair, not knitted or crocheted

6206 30

Women's or girls' blouses and shirts, of cotton, not knitted or crocheted

6206 40

Women's or girls' blouses and shirts, of man-made fibers, not knitted or crocheted

6206 90

Women's or girls' blouses and shirts, of other textile materials, not knitted or crocheted

6207 11

Men's or boys' underpants and briefs, of cotton, not knitted or crocheted

6207 19

Men's or boys' underpants and briefs, of other textile materials, not knitted or crocheted

6207 21

Men's or boys' nightshirts and pajamas, of cotton, not knitted or crocheted

6207 22

Men's or boys' nightshirts and pajamas, of man-made fibers, not knitted or crocheted

6207 29

Men's or boys' nightshirts and pajamas, of other textile materials, not knitted or crocheted

6207 99

Other, of other textile materials

6208 11

Women's or girls' slips and petticoats, of man-made fibers, not knitted or crocheted

6208 19

Women's or girls' slips and petticoats, of other textile materials, not knitted or crocheted

6208 21

Women's or girls' nightdresses and pajamas, of cotton, not knitted or crocheted

6208 22

Women's or girls' nightdresses and pajamas, of man-made fibers, not knitted or crocheted

6208 29

Women's or girls' nightdresses and pajamas, of other textile materials, not knitted or crocheted

6208 91

Women's or girls' panties, robes, and similar articles of cotton, not knitted or crocheted

6208 92

Women's or girls' panties, robes, and similar articles of man-made fibers, not knitted or crocheted

6208 99

Women's or girls' panties, robes, and sim art of other textile materials, not knitted or crocheted

6209 20

Babies' garments and clothing accessories of cotton, not knitted or crocheted

6209 30

Babies' garments and clothing accessories of synthetic fibers, not knitted or crocheted

6209 90

Babies' garments and clothing accessories of wool, fine animal hair or other textile materials, not knitted or crocheted

6210 10

Garments made up of textile felts and of nonwoven textile fabric

6210 20

Men's or boys' overcoats and similar articles of impreg, coated, covered etc, textile fabric

6210 30

Women's or girls' overcoats and sim art, of impregnated, coated, covered, or laminated woven fabric

6210 40

Men's or boys' garments nes, made up of impregnated, coated, covered, or laminated woven fabric

6210 50

Women's or girls' garments nes, of impregnated, coated, covered, or laminated woven fabric

6211 11

Men's or boys' swimwear, of textile materials not knitted or crocheted

6211 12

Women's or girls' swimwear, of textile materials, not knitted or crocheted

6211 20

Ski suits, of textile materials, not knitted or crocheted

6211 32

Men's or boys' garments nes, of cotton, not knitted or crocheted

6211 33

Men's or boys' garments nes, of man-made fibers, not knitted or crocheted

6211 39

Men's or boys' garments nes, of wool, fine animal hair or other textile materials, not knitted or crocheted

6211 41

Women's or girls' garments nes, of wool or fine animal hair, not knitted or crocheted

6211 42

Women's or girls' garments nes, of cotton, not knitted or crocheted

6211 43

Women's or girls' garments nes, of man-made fibers, not knitted or crocheted

6211 49

Women's or girls' garments nes, of other textile materials, not knitted or crocheted

6212 10

Brassieres and parts thereof, of textile materials, whether or not knitted or crocheted

6212 20

Girdles, panty girdles and parts thereof, of textile materials, whether or not crocheted

6212 30

Corselettes and parts thereof, of textile materials, whether or not knitted or crocheted

6212 90

Corsets, braces and sim articles and parts, of textile materials, whether or not knitted or crocheted

6213 20

Handkerchiefs, of cotton, not knitted or crocheted

6213 90

Handkerchiefs, of silk, silk waste or other textile materials, not knitted or crocheted

6214 10

Shawls, scarves, veils and the like, of silk or silk waste, not knitted or crocheted

6214 20

Shawls, scarves, veils and the like, of wool or fine animal hair, not knitted or crocheted

6214 30

Shawls, scarves, veils and the like, of synthetic fibers, not knitted or crocheted

6214 40

Shawls, scarves, veils and the like, of artificial fibers, not knitted or crocheted

6214 90

Shawls, scarves, veils and the like, of other textile materials, not knitted or crocheted

6215 10

Ties, bow ties and cravats, of silk or silk waste, not knitted or crocheted

6215 20

Ties, bow ties and cravats, of man-made fibers, not knitted or crocheted

6215 90

Ties, bow ties and cravats, of other textile materials, not knitted or crocheted

6216 00

Gloves, mittens and mitts, of textile materials, not knitted or crocheted

6217 10

Clothing accessories of textile materials, not knitted or crocheted, nes

6217 90

Parts of garments or of clothing accessories of textile materials, not knitted or crocheted, nes

Chapter 63: Other made up textile articles; needlecraft sets; worn clothing and worn textile articles; rags

6301 10

Electric blankets, of textile materials

6301 20

Blankets (other than electric) and traveling rugs, of wool or fine animal hair

6301 30

Blankets (other than electric) and traveling rugs, of cotton

6301 40

Blankets (other than electric) and traveling rugs, of synthetic fibers

6301 90

Blankets (other than electric) and traveling rugs, of other textile materials

6302 10

Bed linen, of textile knitted or crocheted or crocheted materials

6302 21

Bed linen, of cotton, printed, not knitted or crocheted

6302 22

Bed linen, of man-made fibers, printed, not knitted or crocheted

6302 29

Bed linen, of other textile materials, printed, not knitted or crocheted

6302 31

Bed linen, of cotton, nes

6302 32

Bed linen, of man-made fibers, nes

6302 39

Bed linen, of other textile materials, nes

6302 40

Table linen, of textile knitted or crocheted materials

6302 51

Table linen, of cotton, not knitted or crocheted

6302 53

Table linen, of man-made fibers, not knitted or crocheted

6302 59

Table linen, of flax or other textile materials, not knitted or crocheted

6302 60

Toilet and kitchen linen, of terry toweling or similar terry fabric, of cotton

6302 91

Toilet and kitchen linen, of cotton, nes

6302 93

Toilet and kitchen linen, of man-made fibers

6302 99

Toilet and kitchen linen, of flax or other textile materials

6303 12

Curtains, interior blinds and curtain or bed valances, of synthetic fiber, knitted or crocheted

6303 19

Curtains, interior blinds and curtain or bed valances, of cotton or other textile materials, knitted or crocheted

6303 91

Curtains, interior blinds and curtain or bed valances, of cotton, not knitted or crocheted

6303 92

Curtains, interior blinds and curtain or bed valances, of synthetic fiber, not knitted or crocheted

6303 99

Curtains, interior blinds and curtain or bed valances, of other tex mat, not knitted or crocheted

6304 11

Bedspreads of textile materials, nes, knitted or crocheted

6304 19

Bedspreads of textile materials, nes, not knitted or crocheted

6304 91

Furnishing articles nes, of textile materials, knitted or crocheted

6304 92

Furnishing articles nes, of cotton, not knitted or crocheted

6304 93

Furnishing articles nes, of synthetic fibers, not knitted or crocheted

6304 99

Furnishing articles nes, of other textile materials, not knitted or crocheted

6305 10

Sacks and bags of jute or of other textile bast fibers

6305 20

Sacks and bags of cotton

6305 31

Sacks and bags polyethylene or polypropylene strips

6305 39

Sacks and bags of other man-made textile materials

6305 90

Sacks and bags of other textile materials

6306 12

Tarpaulins, awnings and sunblinds, of synthetic fibers

6306 19

Tarpaulins, awnings and sunblinds, of cotton or other textile materials

6306 22

Tents, of synthetic fibers

6306 29

Tents, of cotton or other textile materials

6306 30

Sails

6306 40

Pneumatic mattresses

6306 91

Camping goods nes, of cotton

6306 99

Camping goods nes, of other textile materials

6307 10

Floorcloths, dishcloths, dusters and similar cleaning cloths, of textile materials

6307 20

Life jackets and life belts, of textile materials

6307 90

Made up articles, of textile materials, nes, including dress patterns

6308 00

Sets of woven fabric and yarn, for rugs, tapestries, and similar textile articles, for retail sale

6309 00

Worn clothing and other worn articles

Chapter 64: Footwear, gaiters, and the like; parts of such articles

ex 6405 20

Footwear with soles and uppers of wool felt

ex 6406 10

Footwear uppers of which the external surface is 50% textile material

ex 6406 99

Leg warmers and gaiters of textile materials

Chapter 65: Headgear and parts thereof

6501 00

Hatforms, hat bodies and hoods of felt; plateaux and manchons of felt

6502 00

Hatshapes, plaited or made by assembling strips of any material

6504 00

Hats and other headgear, plaited or made by assembling strips of any material

6505 90

Hats and other headgear, knitted or made up from lace, felt or other textile materials

Chapter 66: Umbrellas, sun umbrellas, walking sticks, seatsticks, whips, ridingcrops and parts thereof

6601 10

Umbrellas and sun umbrellas, garden type

6601 91

Other umbrella types, telescopic shaft

6601 99

Other umbrellas

Chapter 70: Glass and glassware

ex 7019 10

Yarn of fiber glass

7019 20

Woven fabric of fiber glass

Chapter 87: Vehicles other than railway or tramway rolling stock, and parts and accessories thereof

8708 21

Safety seat belts for motor vehicles

Chapter 88: Aircraft, spacecraft, and parts thereof

8804 00

Parachutes; their parts and accessories

Chapter 91 Clocks and watches and parts thereof

9113 90

Watch straps, bands and bracelets of textile materials

Chapter 94: Furniture; bedding, mattresses, mattress supports, cushions and similar stuffed furnishings

Chapter 95: Toys, games and sports requisites; parts and accessories thereof

9503 00

ex Garments for dolls

Chapter 96: Miscellaneous manufactured articles

ex 9612 10

Woven ribbons, of man-made fibers, other than those <30 mm wide and permanently in cartridges

Appendix 2.1

Tariff Elimination

For purposes of this Appendix, each Party shall apply Section 2(2) to determine whether a textile or apparel good is an originating good of a particular Party.

A. Trade between Canada and the United States

As required by Article 302, Canada and the United States each shall progressively eliminate its respective customs duties on originating textile and apparel goods of the other Party in accordance with Annex 401.2, as amended, of the Canada United States Free Trade Agreement, as incorporated into Annex 302.2 and as set out in each Party's Schedule to that Annex.

B. Trade between Mexico and the United States

Except as provided in Schedule 2.1.B, and as required by Article 302, Mexico and the United States each shall progressively eliminate its respective customs duties on originating textile and apparel goods of the other Party, in accordance with its respective Schedule to Annex 302.2, as follows:

    (a) duties on textile and apparel goods provided for in the items in staging category A in a Party's Schedule shall be eliminated entirely and such goods shall be dutyfree, effective January 1, 1994;

    (b) duties on textile and apparel goods provided for in the items in staging category B6 in a Party's Schedule shall be reduced on January 1, 1994, by an amount equal, in percentage terms, to the base rates. Thereafter, duties shall be removed in five equal annual stages beginning on January 1, 1995, and such goods shall be dutyfree, effective January 1, 1999;

    (c) duties on textile and apparel goods provided for in the items in staging category C in a Party's Schedule shall be removed in 10 equal annual stages beginning on January 1, 1994, and such goods shall be dutyfree, effective January 1, 2003; and

    (d) if the application of a formula provided in subparagraph (b) or (c) for staging category B6 or C results in a duty that exceeds 20 percent ad valorem during any annual stage, the rate of duty during that stage shall be 20 percent ad valorem instead of the rate that otherwise would have applied.

C. Trade between Canada and Mexico

As required by Article 302, Canada and Mexico each shall progressively eliminate its respective customs duties on originating textile and apparel goods of the other Party, in accordance with its respective Schedule to Annex 302.2, as follows:

    (a) duties on textile and apparel goods provided for in the items in staging category A in a Party's Schedule shall be eliminated entirely and such goods shall be dutyfree, effective January 1, 1994;

    (b) duties on textile and apparel goods provided for in the items in staging category Bl in a Party's Schedule shall be removed in six equal annual stages beginning on January 1, 1994, and such goods shall be dutyfree, effective January 1, 1999;

    (c) duties on textile and apparel goods provided for in the items in staging category B+ in a Party's Schedule shall be reduced by the following percentages of the base rates, beginning on January 1, 1994, and such goods shall be dutyfree, effective January 1, 2001

      (i) January 1, 1994, 20 percent

      (ii) January 1, 1995, 0 percent

      (iii) January 1, 1996, 10 percent

      (iv) January 1, 1997, 10 percent

      (v) January 1, 1998, 10 percent

      (vi) January 1, 1999, 10 percent

      (vii) January 1, 2000, 10 percent

      (viii) January 1, 2001, 30 percent and

    (d) duties on textile and apparel goods provided for in the items in staging category C in a Party's Schedule shall be removed in 10 equal annual stages beginning on January 1, 1994, and such goods shall be dutyfree, effective January 1, 2003.

D. Trade between All Parties

Originating textile and apparel goods provided for in the items in staging category D in a Party's Schedule to Annex 302.2 shall continue to receive dutyfree treatment.

Schedule 2.1.B

Exceptions to Tariff Phaseout Formula
Specified in Appendix 2.1

1. The United States shall apply the following rates of duty on tariff items 5111.11.70, 5111.19.60, 5112.11.20 and 5112.19.90 during the transition period:

1994

25.0%

1995

24.1%

1996

18.0%

1997

12.0%

1998

6.0%

1999 and thereafter

0.0%

2. Mexico shall apply the following rates of duty on tariff items 5111.11.01, 5111.19.99, 5112.11.01 and 5112.19.99, as modified to correspond to the U.S. tariff items identified in paragraph 1, during the transition period:

1994

15.0%

1995

14.5%

1996

10.8%

1997

7.2%

1998

3.6%

1999 and thereafter

0.0%

3. The United States shall apply the following rates of duty on tariff items 5111.20.90, 5111.30.90, 5112.20.30, 5112.30.30, 5407.91.05, 5407.92.05, 5407.93.05, 5407.94.05, 5408.31.05, 5408.32.05, 5408.33.05, 5408.34.05, 5515.13.05, 5515.22.05, 5515.92.05, 5516.31.05, 5516.32.05, 5516.33.05 and 5516.34.05 during the transition period:

1994

25.0%

1995

25.0%

1996

20.0%

1997

13.3%

1998

6.7%

1999 and thereafter

0.0%

4. Mexico shall apply the following rates of duty on tariff items 5111.20.99, 5111.30.99, 5112.20.01, 5112.30.01, 5407.91.99, 5407.92.99, 5407.93.99, 5407.94.99, 5408.31.99, 5408.32.99, 5408.33.99, 5408.34.99, 5515.13.01, 5515.22.01, 5515.92.01, 5516.31.01, 5516.32.01, 5516.33.01 and 5516.34.01, as modified to correspond to the U.S. tariff items identified in paragraph 3, during the transition period:

1994

15.0%

1995

15.0%

1996

12.0%

1997

8.0%

1998

4.0%

1999 and thereafter

0.0%

5. Mexico shall apply the following rates of duty on goods of subheadings 5703.20 and 5703.30 measuring not more than 5.25 square meters in area, other than nylon handhooked, during the transition period:

1994

20.0%

1995

20.0%

1996

10.0%

1997

6.6%

1998

3.3%

1999 and thereafter

0.0%

Appendix 2.4

Tariff Elimination on Certain Textile and Apparel Goods

On January 1, 1994, the United States shall eliminate customs duties on textile and apparel goods that are assembled in Mexico from fabrics wholly formed and cut in the United States and exported from and reimported into the United States under:

    (a) U.S. tariff item 9802.00.80.10; or

    (b) Chapter 61, 62 or 63 if, after such assembly, those goods that would have qualified for treatment under 9802.00.80.10 have been subject to bleaching, garment dyeing, stonewashing, acidwashing or permapressing.

Thereafter, the United States shall not adopt or maintain any customs duty on textile and apparel goods of Mexico that satisfy the requirements of subparagraph (a) or (b) or the requirements of any successor provision to U.S. tariff item 9802.00.80.10.

Appendix 3.1

Administration of Import and Export Prohibitions,
Restrictions and Consultation Levels

A. Trade between Canada and Mexico and between Mexico and the United States

1. This Appendix applies to prohibitions, restrictions and consultation levels on nonoriginating textile and apparel goods.

2. An exporting Party whose textile or apparel good is subject to a prohibition, restriction or consultation level shall limit its annual exports to the specified limits or levels, and the importing Party may assist the exporting Party in implementing the prohibition, restriction or consultation level by controlling its imports.

3. Each Party shall count exports of textile and apparel goods subject to a restriction or consultation level against the limit or level:

    (a) applicable to the calendar year in which the good was exported; or

    (b) authorized for the following year if such exports exceed the authorized limit or level for the calendar year in which the good was exported, if allowed entry into the territory of the importing Party.

4. Each exporting Party whose goods are subject to a restriction or consultation level shall endeavor to space exports of such goods to the territory of the importing Party evenly throughout each calendar year, taking into consideration normal seasonal factors.

5. On written request of an exporting Party whose goods are subject to a prohibition, restriction or consultation level, that Party and the importing Party shall consult within 30 days of receipt of the request on any matter arising from the implementation of this Appendix.

6. On written request of an exporting Party that considers the application of a prohibition, restriction or consultation level under this Annex has placed it in an inequitable position in relation to another Party or a nonParty, the exporting Party and importing Party shall consult within 60 days of receipt of the request to seek a mutually beneficial solution.

7. An importing Party and an exporting Party, at any time by mutual agreement, may adjust annual Designated Consultation Levels (DCLs) as follows:

    (a) if the exporting Party whose goods are subject to a DCL wishes to export goods in any category in excess of the applicable DCL in any calendar year, that Party may present to the importing Party a formal written request for an increase in the DCL; and

    (b) the importing Party shall respond, in writing, within 30 days of the receipt of the request. If the response is negative, the Parties concerned shall consult no later than 15 days after the receipt of the response or as soon thereafter as mutually convenient, and shall endeavor to reach a mutually satisfactory solution. The Parties concerned shall confirm any agreement reached on a new DCL by an exchange of letters.

8. Adjustments to annual specific limits (SLs), including those set out in Schedule 3.1.2, may be made as follows:

    (a) an exporting Party wishing to adjust an SL shall deliver a notice to the importing Party of its intent to make an adjustment;

    (b) the exporting Party may increase the SL for a calendar year by no more than six percent ("swing"); and

    (c) in addition to any increase of its SL under subparagraph (b), the exporting Party may increase its unadjusted SL for that year by no more than 11 percent by allocating to such SL for that calendar year (the "receiving year") an unused portion ("shortfall") of the corresponding SL for the previous calendar year ("carryover") or a portion of the corresponding SL for the following calendar year ("carryforward"), as follows:

      (i) subject to subparagraph (iii), the exporting Party may utilize carryover, as available, up to 11 percent of the unadjusted SL for the receiving year,

      (ii) the exporting Party may utilize carryforward charged against the corresponding SL for the following calendar year, up to six percent of the unadjusted SL for the receiving year,

      (iii) the combination of the exporting Party's carryover and carryforward shall not exceed 11 percent of the unadjusted SL in the receiving year, and

      (iv) carryover may be utilized only following confirmation by the importing Party that sufficient shortfall exists. If the importing Party does not consider that sufficient shortfall exists, it shall promptly provide data to the exporting Party to support that view. Where substantial statistical differences exist between the import and export data on which the shortfall is computed, the Parties concerned shall seek to resolve these differences promptly.

B. Trade between Mexico and the United States

9. During the transition period, nonoriginating textile and apparel goods of Mexico exported to the United States shall be subject to the restrictions and consultation levels specified in Schedule 3.1.2, in accordance with this Appendix and its Schedules. Such restrictions and consultation levels shall be progressively eliminated as follows:

    (a) restrictions or consultation levels on items contained in the categories of textile and apparel goods in staging category 1 in Schedule 3.1.1 shall be eliminated on January 1, 1994;

    (b) restrictions or consultation levels on items contained in the categories of textile and apparel goods in staging category 2 in Schedule 3.1.1 shall be eliminated on January 1, 2001; and

    (c) restrictions or consultation levels on items contained in the categories of textile and apparel goods in staging category 3 in Schedule 3.1.1 shall be eliminated on January 1, 2004.

10. In addition, on January 1, 1994, the United States shall eliminate restrictions or consultation levels on textile and apparel goods that are assembled in Mexico from fabrics wholly formed and cut in the United States and exported from and reimported into the United States under:

    (a) U.S. tariff item 9802.00.80.10; or

    (b) Chapter 61, 62 or 63 if, after such assembly, those goods that would have qualified for treatment under 9802.00.80.10 have been subject to bleaching, garment dyeing, stonewashing, acidwashing or permapressing.

Thereafter, notwithstanding Section 5, the United States shall not adopt or maintain prohibitions, restrictions or consultation levels on textile and apparel goods of Mexico that satisfy the requirements of subparagraph (a) or (b) or the requirements of any successor provision to U.S. tariff item 9802.00.80.10.

11. Mexico and the United States may identify at any time particular textile and apparel goods that they mutually agree fall within:

    (a) handloomed fabrics of a cottage industry;

    (b) handmade cottage industry goods made of such handloomed fabrics; or

    (c) traditional folklore handicraft goods.

The importing Party shall exempt from restrictions and consultation levels goods so identified, if certified by the competent authority of the exporting Party.

12. The Bilateral Textile Agreement Between the United States of America and the United Mexican States, signed at Mazatlán, February 13, 1988, as amended and extended (the Bilateral Agreement), shall terminate on the date of entry into force of this Agreement.

13. On request of either Party, the Parties shall consult to consider accelerating the elimination of restrictions or consultation levels set out in Schedule 3.1.2 on specific textile and apparel goods. An agreement between the Parties to accelerate the elimination of a restriction or consultation level shall supersede Schedule 3.1.1 when approved by each such Party in accordance with Article 2202(2) (Amendments).

14. During 1994, Mexico may carry over any unused portion of the 1993 limit specified in the Bilateral Agreement, or apply against the 1994 limit specified in this Appendix any exports made during 1993 in excess of the applicable limit under the Bilateral Agreement, in accordance with the flexibility provisions set forth in paragraph 8.

15. All exports of textile and apparel goods from the territory of Mexico to the territory of the United States covered by restrictions or consultation levels under this Appendix shall be accompanied by an export visa issued by the competent authority of Mexico, pursuant to any bilateral visa arrangement in effect between the Parties.

16. On written request of either Party, both Parties shall consult within 30 days of receipt of the request on any matter arising from the implementation of this Appendix. In addition, on written request of either Party, both Parties shall conduct a review of this Appendix by January 1, 1999.

17. For purposes of applying prohibitions, restrictions or consultation levels, each Party shall consider a good as being of:

    (a) man-made fibers if the good is in chief weight of man-made fibers, unless

      (i) the good is knitted or crocheted apparel in which wool equals or exceeds 23 percent by weight of all fibers, in which case it shall be of wool,

      (ii) the good is apparel, not knitted or crocheted, in which wool equals or exceeds 36 percent by weight of all fibers, in which case it shall be of wool, or

      (iii) the good is a woven fabric in which wool equals or exceeds 36 percent by weight of all fibers, in which case it shall be of wool;

    (b) cotton, if not covered by subparagraph (a) and if the good is in chief weight of cotton, unless the good is a woven fabric in which wool equals or exceeds 36 percent by weight of all fibers, in which case it shall be of wool;

    (c) wool, if not covered by subparagraph (a) or (b), and the good is in chief weight of wool; and

    (d) non-cotton vegetable fiber, if not covered by subparagraph (a), (b) or (c), and the good is in chief weight of non-cotton vegetable fiber, unless

      (i) cotton with wool and/or man-made fibers in the aggregate equal or exceed 50 percent by weight of the component fibers thereof and the cotton component equals or exceeds the weight of each of the total wool and/or man-made fiber components, in which case it shall be of cotton,

      (ii) if not covered by subparagraph (i) and wool exceeds 17 percent by weight of all component fibers, in which case it shall be of wool, or

      (iii) if not covered by subparagraph (i) or (ii) and man-made fibers in combination with cotton and/or wool in the aggregate equal or exceed 50 percent by weight of the component fibers thereof and the man-made fiber component exceeds the weight of the total wool and/or total cotton component, in which case it shall be of man-made fibers.

For purposes of this paragraph, only the textile fibers in the component of the good that determines the tariff classification of the good are to be considered.

C. Schedules

To determine which HS provisions are contained in a U.S. category listed in the Schedules to this Appendix, the Parties shall refer to the Correlation: Textile and Apparel Categories with the Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the United States, 1992 (or successor document), U.S. Department of Commerce, International Trade Administration, Office of Textiles and Apparel, Trade and Data Division, Washington, D.C. The descriptions listed in these Schedules are provided for ease of reference only. For legal purposes, coverage of a category shall be determined according to the Correlation.

Schedule 3.1.1

Schedule for the Elimination of Restrictions
and Consultation Levels on Exports from Mexico to the United States

A. Special Regime (SR) Goods

Category

Description

Staging
Category

335 SR

C W&G Coats, Special Regime

1

336/636 SR

C/MMF Dresses, Special Regime

1

338/339/638/639 SR

C/MMF Knit Shirts, Special Regime

1

340/640 SR

C/MMF Woven Shirts, Special Regime

1

341/641 SR

C/MMF Blouses, Special Regime

1

342/642 SR

C/MMF Skirts, Special Regime

1

347/348/647/648 SR

C/MMF Trousers, Special Regime

1

351/651 SR

C/MMF Pyjamas, etc. Special Regime

1

352/652 SR

C/MMF Underwear, Special Regime

1

359C/659C SR

C/MMF Coveralls, Special Regime

1

633 SR

MMF Suit Coats, Special Regime

1

635 SR

MMF Coats, Special Regime

1

B. Non-originating Goods

Category

Description

Staging
Category

Broadwoven Fabric
Group

C/MMF

1

218

C/MMF Fabrics/Yarns of Different Colors

1

219

C/MMF Duck Fabric

2

220

C/MMF Fabric of Special Weave

1

225

C/MMF Denim Fabric

1

226

C/MMF Cheesecloth, Batistes

1

227

C/MMF Oxford Cloth

1

300/301/607-Y

C Combed/Carded Yarn; etc.

1

313

C Sheeting Fabric

2

314

C Poplin and Broadcloth Fabric

2

315

C Printcloth Fabric

2

317

C Twill Fabric

2

326

C Sateen Fabric

1

334/634

C/MMF Men's and Boys' Coats

1

335 NR

C Coats, Women's and Girls'

1

336/636 NR

C/MMF Dresses

1

338/339/638/639 NR

C/MMF Knit Shirts and Blouses

2

340/640 NR

C/MMF Woven Shirts

2

341/641 NR

C/MMF Woven Blouses

1

342/642

C/MMF Skirts

1

347/348/647/648 NR

C/MMF Trousers and Pants

2

351/651

C/MMF Pyjamas and Nightwear

1

352/652 NR

C/MMF Underwear

1

359C/659-C NR

C/MMF Coveralls

1

363

C Terry and Pile towels

1

410

Woven Wool Fabric

3

433

W Men's and Boys' Suittype Coats

3

435

W Women's and Girls' Coats

1

443

W Men's and Boys' Suits

3

604-A

Acrylic Spun Yarn

1

604O/607O

Staple Fiber Yarn

1

611

Artificial Staple Fiber Woven Fabric

3

613

MMF Sheeting Fabric

1

614

MMF Poplin & Broadcloth Fabric

1

615

MMF Printcloth Fabric

1

617

MMF Twill & Sateen Fabric

1

625

MMF Poplin/Broadcloth Staple/Filament

1

626

MMF Printcloth Staple/Filament

1

627

MMF Sheeting Staple/Filament

1

628

MMF Twill/Sateen Staple/Filament

1

629

MMF Other Staple/Filament Fabric

1

633 NR

MMF SuitType Coats, M&B

2

635

Women's and Girls' MMF Coats

1

643

MMF Suits for Men and Boys

2

669-B

Polypropylene Bags

1

670

MMF Luggage, Flat Goods Etc.

1

For purposes of this Schedule:

    C means cotton;

    M&B means men's and boys';

    MMF means man-made fiber;

    NR means normal regime;

    W means wool; and

    W&G means women's and girls'.

Schedule 3.1.2

Restrictions and Consultation Levels
on Exports from Mexico to the United States

Category

Form

Unit of
Measure

1994

1995

1996

219

DCL

SM

9,438,000

9,438,000

9,438,000

313

DCL

SM

16,854,000

16,854,000

16,854,000

314

DCL

SM

6,966,904

6,966,904

6,966,904

315

DCL

SM

6,966,904

6,966,904

6,966,904

317

DCL

SM

8,427,000

8,427,000

8,427,000

611

DCL

SM

1,267,710

1,267,710

1,267,710

410

DCL

SM

397,160

397,160

397,160

338/339/
638/639

DCL

DZ

650,000

650,000

650,000

340/640

SL

DZ

120,439

128,822

137,788

347/348/
647/648

DCL

DZ

650,000

650,000

650,000

433

DCL

DZ

11,000

11,000

11,000

443

SL

NO

150,000

156,000

162,240

633

DCL

DZ

10,000

10,000

10,000

643

DCL

NO

155,556

155,556

155,556

Category

1997

1998

1999

2000

219

9,438,000

9,438,000

9,438,000

9,438,000

313

16,854,000

16,854,000

16,854,000

16,854,000

314

6,966,904

6,966,904

6,966,904

6,966,904

315

6,966,904

6,966,904

6,966,904

6,966,904

317

8,427,000

8,427,000

8,427,000

8,427,000

611

1,267,710

1,267,710

1,267,710

1,267,710

410

397,160

397,160

397,160

397,160

338/339/
638/639

650,000

650,000

650,000

650,000

340/640

147,378

160,200

174,137

189,287

347/348/
647/648

650,000

650,000

650,000

650,000

433

11,000

11,000

11,000

11,000

443

168,730

175,479

182,498

189,798

633

10,000

10,000

10,000

10,000

643

155,556

155,556

155,556

155,556

Category

2001

2002

2003

611

1,267,710

1,267,710

1,267,710

410

397,160

397,160

397,160

433

11,000

11,000

11,000

443

197,390

205,286

213,496

Schedule 3.1.3

Conversion Factors

1. This Schedule applies to restrictions and consultation levels applied pursuant to Section 5 and paragraph 9 of Appendix 3.1, and to tariff preference levels applied pursuant to Section 6 and Appendix 6.

2. Unless otherwise provided in this Annex, or as may be mutually agreed between any two Parties with respect to trade between them, the rates of conversion into SME set out in paragraphs 3 through 6 shall apply.

3. The following conversion factors shall apply to the goods covered by the following U.S. categories:

U.S.
Category
Conversion
Factor
Description Primary
Unit of
Measure
200 6.60 YARN FOR RETAIL SALE, SEWING THREAD KG
201 6.50 SPECIALTY YARNS KG
218 1.00 FABRIC OF YARNS OF DIFFERENT COLORS KG
219 1.00 DUCK FABRIC KG
220 1.00 FABRIC OF SPECIAL WEAVE KG
222 6.00 KNIT FABRIC KG
223 14.00 NONWOVEN FABRIC KG
224 1.00 PILE & TUFTED FABRIC KG
225 1.00 BLUE DENIM FABRIC KG
226 1.00 CHEESECLOTH, BATISTE, LAWN & VOILE KG
227 1.00 OXFORD CLOTH KG
229 13.60 SPECIAL PURPOSE FABRIC KG
237 19.20 PLAYSUITS, SUNSUITS, ETC KG
239 6.30 BABIES' GARMENTS & CLOTHING ACCESS. KG
300 8.50 CARDED COTTON YARN KG
301 8.50 COMBED COTTON YARN KG
313 1.00 COTTON SHEETING FABRIC KG
314 1.00 COTTON POPLIN & BROADCLOTH FABRIC KG
315 1.00 COTTON PRINTCLOTH FABRIC KG
317 1.00 COTTON TWILL FABRIC KG
326 1.00 COTTON SATEEN FABRIC KG
330 1.40 COTTON HANDKERCHIEFS KG
331 2.90 COTTON GLOVES AND MITTENS KG
332 3.80 COTTON HOSIERY KG
333 30.30 M&B SUITTYPE COATS, COTTON KG
334 34.50 OTHER M&B COATS, COTTON KG
335 34.50 W&G COTTON COATS KG
336 37.90 COTTON DRESSES KG
338 6.00 M&B COTTON KNIT SHIRTS KG
339 6.00 W&G COTTON KNIT SHIRTS/BLOUSES KG
340 20.10 M&B COTTON SHIRTS, NOT KNIT KG
341 12.10 W&G COTTON SHIRTS/BLOUSES,NOT KNIT KG
342 14.90 COTTON SKIRTS KG
345 30.80 COTTON SWEATERS KG
347 14.90 M&B COTTON TROUSERS/BREECHES/SHORTS KG
348 14.90 W&G COTTON TROUSERS/BREECHES/SHORTS KG
349 4.00 BRASSIERES, OTHER BODY SUPPORT GARMENTS KG
350 42.60 COTTON DRESSING GOWNS, ROBES ETC. KG
351 43.50 COTTON NIGHTWEAR/PAJAMAS KG
352 9.20 COTTON UNDERWEAR KG
353 34.50 M&B COTTON DOWNFILLED COATS KG
354 34.50 W&G COTTON DOWNFILLED COATS KG
359 8.50 OTHER COTTON APPAREL KG
360 0.90 COTTON PILLOWCASES KG
361 5.20 COTTON SHEETS KG
362 5.80 OTHER COTTON BEDDING KG
363 0.40 COTTON TERRY & OTHER PILE TOWELS KG
369 8.50 OTHER COTTON MANUFACTURES KG
400 3.70 WOOL YARN KG
410 1.00 WOOL WOVEN FABRIC KG
414 2.80 OTHER WOOL FABRIC KG
431 1.80 WOOL GLOVES/MITTENS KG
432 2.30 WOOL HOSIERY KG
433 30.10 M&B WOOL SUITTYPE COATS KG
434 45.10 OTHER M&B WOOL COATS KG
435 45.10 W&G WOOL COATS KG
436 41.10 WOOL DRESSES KG
438 12.50 WOOL KNIT SHIRTS/BLOUSES KG
439 6.30 BABIES' WOOL GARM/CLOTHING ACCESS. KG
440 20.10 WOOL SHIRTS/BLOUSES, NOTKNIT KG
442 15.00 WOOL SKIRTS KG
443 3.76 M&B WOOL SUITS KG
444 3.76 W&G WOOL SUITS KG
445 12.40 M&B WOOL SWEATERS KG
446 12.40 W&G WOOL SWEATERS KG
447 15.00 M&B WOOL TROUSERS/BREECHES/SHORTS KG
448 15.00 W&G WOOL TROUSERS/BREECHES/SHORTS KG
459 3.70 OTHER WOOL APPAREL KG
464 2.40 WOOL BLANKETS KG
465 1.00 WOOL FLOOR COVERINGS KG
469 3.70 OTHER WOOL MANUFACTURES KG
600 6.50 TEXTURED FILAMENT YARN KG
603 6.30 YARN 85% ARTIFICIAL STAPLE FIBER KG
604 7.60 YARN 85% SYNTHETIC STAPLE FIBER KG
606 20.10 NONTEXTURED FILAMENT YARN KG
607 6.50 OTHER STAPLE FIBER YARN KG
611 1.00 WOVEN FABRIC 85% ARTIFICIAL STAPLE KG
613 1.00 MMF SHEETING FABRIC KG
614 1.00 MMF POPLIN & BROADCLOTH FABRIC KG
615 1.00 MMF PRINTCLOTH FABRIC KG
617 1.00 MMF TWILL AND SATEEN FABRIC KG
618 1.00 WOVEN ARTIFICIAL FILAMENT FABRIC KG
619 1.00 POLYESTER FILAMENT FABRIC KG
620 1.00 OTHER SYNTHETIC FILAMENT FABRIC KG
621 14.40 IMPRESSION FABRIC KG
622 1.00 GLASS FIBER FABRIC KG
624 1.00 WOVEN MMF FABRIC, 15% TO 36% WOOL KG
625 1.00 MMF STAPLE/FILAMENT POPLIN & BROADCLOTH FABRIC KG
626 1.00 MMF STAPLE/FILAMENT PRINTCLOTH FABRIC KG
627 1.00 MMF STAPLE/FILAMENT SHEETING FABRIC KG
628 1.00 MMF STAPLE/FILAMENT TWILL/SATEEN FABRIC KG
629 1.00 OTHER MMF STAPLE/FILAMENT FABRIC KG
630 1.40 MMF HANDKERCHIEFS KG
631 2.90 MMF GLOVES AND MITTENS KG
632 3.80 MMF HOSIERY KG
633 30.30 M&B MMF SUITTYPE COATS KG
634 34.50 OTHER M&B MMF COATS KG
635 34.50 W&G MMF COATS KG
636 37.90 MMF DRESSES KG
638 15.00 M&B MMF KNIT SHIRTS KG
639 12.50 W&G MMF KNIT SHIRTS & BLOUSES KG
640 20.10 M&B NOTKNIT MMF SHIRTS KG
641 12.10 W&G NOTKNIT MMF SHIRTS & BLOUSES KG
642 14.90 MMF SKIRTS KG
643 3.76 M&B MMF SUITS KG
644 3.76 W&G MMF SUITS KG
645 30.80 M&B MMF SWEATERS KG
646 30.80 W&G MMF SWEATERS KG
647 14.90 M&B MMF TROUSERS/BREECHES/SHORTS KG
648 14.90 W&G MMF TROUSERS/BREECHES/SHORTS KG
649 4.00 MMF BRAS & OTHER BODY SUPPORT GARMENTS KG
650 42.60 MMF ROBES, DRESSING GOWNS, ETC. KG
651 43.50 MMF NIGHTWEAR & PAJAMAS KG
652 13.40 MMF UNDERWEAR KG
653 34.50 M&B MMF DOWNFILLED COATS KG
654 34.50 W&G MMF DOWNFILLED COATS KG
659 14.40 OTHER MMF APPAREL KG
665 1.00 MMF FLOOR COVERINGS SM
666 14.40 OTHER MMF FURNISHINGS KG
669 14.40 OTHER MMF MANUFACTURES KG
670 3.70 MMF FLAT GOODS, HANDBAGS, LUGGAGE KG
800 8.50 YARN, SILK BLENDS/VEGETABLE FIBER KG
810 1.00 WOVEN FABRIC, SILK BLENDS/VEGETABLE FIBER KG
831 2.90 GLOVES & MITTENS, SILK BLENDS/VEGETABLE FIBER KG
832 3.80 HOSIERY, SILK BLENDS/VEGETABLE FIBER KG
833 30.30 M&B SUITTYPE COATS, SILK BLENDS/VEGETABLE FIBER KG
834 34.50 OTHER M&B COATS, SILK BLENDS/VEGETABLE FIBER KG
835 34.50 W&G COATS, SILK BLENDS/VEGETABLE FIBER KG
836 37.90 DRESSES, SILK BLENDS/VEGETABLE FIBER KG
838 11.70 KNIT SHIRTS & BLOUSES, SILK BLENDS/VEGETABLE FIBER KG
839 6.30 BABIES' GARM & CLOTHING ACCESSORIES, SILK/VEG FIBER KG
840 16.70 NOTKNIT SHIRTS & BLOUSES, SILK BLENDS/VEGETABLE FIBER KG
842 14.90 SKIRTS, SILK BLENDS/VEGETABLE FIBERS KG
843 3.76 M&B SUITS, SILK BLENDS/VEGETABLE FIBER KG
844 3.76 W&G SUITS, SILK BLENDS/VEGETABLE FIBER KG
845 30.80 SWEATERS, NONCOTTON VEGETABLE FIBERS KG
846 30.80 SWEATERS, SILK BLENDS KG
847 14.90 TROUSERS/BREECHES/SHORTS, SILK BLENDS/VEGETABLE FIBER DZ
850 42.60 ROBES, DRESSING GOWNS, ETC, SILK BLENDS/VEGETABLE FIBER KG
851 43.50 NIGHTWEAR & PYJAMAS, SILK BLENDS/VEGETABLE FIBER KG
852 11.30 UNDERWEAR, SILK BLENDS/VEGETABLE FIBER KG
858 6.60 NECKWEAR, SILK BLENDS/VEGETABLE FIBER KG
859 12.50 OTHER SILK BLEND/VEGETABLE FIBER APPAREL KG
863 0.40 TOWELS, SILK BLENDS/VEGETABLE FIBERS KG
870 3.70 LUGGAGE, SILK BLENDS/VEGETABLE FIBERS KG
871 3.70 HANDBAGS & FLATGOODS, SILK BLENDS/VEGETABLE FIBER KG
899 11.10 OTHER SILK BLENDS/VEGETABLE FIBER MANUFACTURES KG

4. The following conversion factors shall apply to the following goods not covered by a U.S. category:

U.S.
Harmonized
System
Statistical
Provision
Conversion
Factor
Primary
Unit of
Measure
Description
5208.31.2000 1.00 MC Tejidos, 85%> algodón, <100 gr/m2, certificados como hechos con telares manuales, teñidos
5208.31.2000 1.00 SM WOVEN FABRIC, 85%> COTTON, <100G/M2 CERTIFIED HANDLOOM FABRIC, DYED
5208.32.1000 1.00 SM WOVEN FABRIC, 85%> COTTON, 100200G/M2 CERTIFIED HANDLOOM FABRIC, DYED
5208.41.2000 1.00 SM WOVEN FABRIC, 85% COTTON 100G/M2 CERTIFIED HANDLOOM, YARNS OF DIFFERENT COLORS
5208.42.1000 1.00 SM WOVEN FABRIC, 85% COTTON 100200G/M2 CERTIFIED HANDLOOM, YARNS OF DIFFERENT COLORS
5208.51.2000 1.00 SM WOVEN FABRIC, 85%> COTTON 100G/M2 PLAIN WEAVE, CERTIFIED HANDLOOM, PRINTED
5208.52.1000 1.00 SM WOVEN FABRIC, 85% COTTON 100200G/M2 PLAIN WEAVE, CERTIFIED HANDLOOM, PRINTED
5209.31.3000 1.00 SM WOVEN FABRIC, 85%> COTTON >200G/M2 PLAIN WEAVE, CERTIFIED HANDLOOM, DYED
5209.41.3000 1.00 SM WOVEN FABRIC, 85%> COTTON >200G/M2, PLAIN WEAVE, YARNS OF DIFFERENT COLOR
5209.51.3000 1.00 SM WOVEN FABRIC, >85% COTTON >200G/M2, PLAIN WEAVE, CERTIFIED HANDLOOM, PRINTED
5307.10.0000 8.50 KG YARN, JUTE OR OTHER TEXTILE BAST FIBER (EXCLUDING FLAX/HEMP/RAMIE), SINGLE
5307.20.0000 8.50 KG YARN, JUTE OR OTHER TEXTILE BAST FIBER (EX. FLAX/HEMP/RAMIE), MULTIPLE/CABLE
5308.10.0000 8.50 KG YARN, COIR
5308.30.0000 8.50 KG YARN, PAPER
5310.10.0020 1.00 SM WOVEN FABRIC, JUTE OR OTHER TEXTILE BAST FIBER (EX FLAX/HEMP/RAMIE), 130CM WIDE, UNBLEACHED
5310.10.0040 1.00 SM WOVEN FABRIC, JUTE OR OTHER TEXTILE BAST FIBER (EX FLAX/HEMP/RAMIE) >130 TO 250 CM WIDE, UNBLEACHED
5310.10.0060 1.00 SM WOVEN FABRIC, JUTE OR OTHER TEXTILE BAST FIBER (EX FLAX/HEMP/RAMIE), >250 CM WIDE, UNBLEACHED
5310.90.0000 1.00 SM WOVEN FABRIC, JUTE OR OTHER TEXTILE BAST FIBER (EXCLUDING FLAX/HEMP/RAMIE), NES
5311.00.6000 1.00 SM WOVEN FABRIC OF PAPER YARN
5402.10.3020 20.10 KG NYLON HIGH TENACITY YARN, <5 TURNS PER METER, NOT FOR RETAIL SALE
5402.20.3020 20.10 KG POLYESTER HIGH TENACITY YARN, <5 TURNS PER METER, NOT FOR RETAIL SALE
5402.41.0010 20.10 KG NYLON MULTIFILAMENT YARN, PARTIALLY ORIENTED, UNTWIST/TWIST <5 TURNS/METER, NOT FOR RETAIL SALE
5402.41.0020 20.10 KG NYLON MONO/MULTFILAMENT YARN, UNTWIST/TWIST <5 TURNS/METER, NOT FOR RETAIL SALE, NES
5402.41.0030 20.10 KG NYLON MONO/MULTIFILAMENT YARN, UNTWIST/TWIST <5 TURNS/METER, NOT FOR RETAIL SALE
5402.42.0000 20.10 KG POLYESTER YARN, PARTIALLY ORIENTED, UNTWIST/TWIST 50 TURNS/METER, NOT FOR RETAIL SALE
5402.43.0020 20.10 KG POLYESTER YARN, MONOFILAMENT, UNTWIST/TWIST 5 TURNS/METER, NOT FOR RETAIL SALE
5402.49.0010 20.10 KG POLYETHYLENE/POLYPROPYL ENE FILAMENT YARN, UNTWIST/TWIST <5 TURNS/METER, NOT FOR RETAIL SALE
5402.49.0050 20.10 KG SYNTHETIC FILAMENT YARN, UNTWIST/TWIST <5 TURNS/METER, NOT FOR RETAIL SALE, NES
5403.10.3020 20.10 KG VISCOSE RAYON HIGH TENACITY FILAMENT YARN, UNTWIST/TWIST <5 TURNS/METER, NOT FOR RETAIL SALE
5403.31.0020 20.10 KG VISCOSE RAYON FILAMENT YARN, SINGLE, UNTWIST/TWIST <5 TURNS/METER, NOT FOR RETAIL SALE
5403.33.0020 20.10 KG CELLULOSE ACETATE FILAMENT YARN, SINGLE, UNTWIST/TWIST <5 TURNS/METER, NOT FOR RETAIL SALE
5403.39.0020 20.10 KG ARTIFICIAL FILAMENT YARN, UNTWIST/TWIST <5 TURNS/METER, NOT FOR RETAIL SALE, NES
5404.10.1000 20.10 KG SYNTHETIC MONOFILAMENT RACKET STRINGS, 67 DECITEX, CROSSSECT. DIMEMSION >1MM
5404.10.2020 20.10 KG NYLON MONFILAMENT, 67 DECITEX, CROSSSECTIONAL DIMENSION >1MM,
5404.10.2040 20.10 KG POLYESTER MONFILAMENT, >67 DECITEX, CROSSSECTIONAL DIMENSION >1MM
5404.10.2090 20.10 KG SYNTHETIC MONFILAMENT 67 DECITEX, CROSSSECTIONAL DIMENSION >1MM, NES
5404.90.0000 20.10 KG SYNTHETIC STRIP WIDTH 5MM
5405.00.3000 20.10 KG ARTIFICIAL MONOFILAMENT, 67 DECITEX, CROSSSECTIONAL DIMENSION 1MM
5405.00.6000 20.10 KG ARTIFICIAL STRIP AND THE LIKE, WIDTH 5MM
5407.30.1000 1.00 SM WOVEN SYNTHETIC FILAMENT FABRIC WITH YARN AT ACUTE/RIGHT ANGLES, >60% PLASTIC
5501.10.0000 7.60 KG NYLON/OTHER POLYAMIDE FILAMENT TOW
5501.20.0000 7.60 KG POLYESTER FILAMENT TOW
5501.30.0000 7.60 KG ACRYLIC OR MODACRYLIC FILAMENT TOW
5501.90.0000 7.60 KG SYNTHETIC FILAMENT TOW, NES
5502.00.0000 6.30 KG ARTIFICIAL FILAMENT TOW
5503.10.0000 7.60 KG NYLON/OTHER POLAMIDE STAPLE FIBERS NOT CARDED/COMBED OR OTHERWISE PROCESSED
5503.20.0000 7.60 KG POLYESTER STAPLE FIBERS NOT CARDED/COMBED, OR OTHERWISE PROCESSED
5503.30.0000 7.60 KG ACRYLIC/MODOACRYLIC STAPLE FIBERS, NOT CARDED/COMBED OR OTHERWISE PROCESSED
5503.40.0000 7.60 KG POLYPROPYLENE STAPLE FIBERS NOT CARDED/COMBED OR OTHERWISE PROCESSED
5503.90.0000 7.60 KG SYNTHETIC STAPLE FIBER NOT CARDED/COMBED, OR OTHERWIDE PROCESSED, NES
5504.10.0000 6.30 KG VISCOSE RAYON STAPLE FIBERS NOT CARDED/COMBED OR OTHERWISE PROCESSED
5504.90.0000 6.30 KG ARTIFICIAL STAPLE FIBERS NOT CARDED/COMBED OR OTHERWISE PROCESSED, NES
5505.10.0020 7.60 KG WASTE, NYLON AND OTHER POLYAMIDES
5505.10.0040 7.60 KG WASTE, POLYESTER
5505.10.0060 7.60 KG WASTE, MMF SYNTHETIC FIBERS, NES
5505.20.0000 6.30 KG WASTE, MMF ARTIFICIAL FIBERS
5506.10.0000 7.60 KG NYLON/OTHER POLYAMIDES FIBERS, CARDED/COMBED OR OTHERWISE PROCESSED
5506.20.0000 7.60 KG POLYESTER STAPLE FIBER, CARDED/COMBED, OR OTHERWISE PROCESSED
5506.30.0000 7.60 KG ACRYLIC/MODOACRYLIC STAPLE FIBER, CARDED/COMBED OR OTHERWISE PROCESSED
5506.90.0000 7.60 KG SYNTHETIC STAPLE FIBER CARDED/COMBED OR OTHERWISE PROCESSED, NES
5507.00.0000 6.30 KG ARTIFICIAL STAPLE FIBERS, CARDED/COMBED, OR OTHERWISE PROCESSED
5801.90.2010 1.00 SM WOVEN PILE FABRIC, >85% SILK OR SILK WASTE
5802.20.0010 1.00 SM TERRY TOWELING FABRIC, >85% SILK OR SILK WASTE
5802.30.0010 1.00 SM TUFTED TEXTILE FABRIC, >85% SILK OR SILK WASTE
5803.90.4010 1.00 SM GAUZE, >85% SILK OR SILK WASTE
5804.10.0010 11.10 KG TULLES & OTHER NETTING FABRIC, KNIT OR CROCHETED, >85% SILK OR SILK WASTE
5804.29.0010 11.10 KG LACE IN THE PIECE/STRIP/MOTIF, >85% SILK OR SILK WASTE
5804.30.0010 11.10 KG HANDMADE LACE IN PIECE/STRIP/MOTIF, >85% SILK OR SILK WASTE
5805.00.1000 1.00 SM HANDWOVEN TAPESTRIES FOR WALLHANGINGS, VALUED AT >$215\SM
5805.00.2000 1.00 SM HANDWOVEN TAPESTRIES, NES, WOOL, CERTIFIED HANDLOOMED
5805.00.4090 1.00 SM HANDWOVEN TAPESTRIES, NES
5806.10.3010 11.10 KG NARROW WOVEN PILE & CHENILLE FABRIC, >85% SILK OR SILK WASTE
5806.39.3010 11.10 KG NARROW WOVEN FABRIC, NOT PILE, >85% SILK OR SILK WASTE
5806.40.0000 13.60 KG NARROW FABRIC, WARP WITHOUT WEFT WITH AN ADHESIVE (BOLDUCS)
5807.10.1090 11.10 KG WOVEN LABELS, TEXTILE MATERIALS, NOT EMBROIDERED, NOT COTTON OR MMF
5807.10.2010 8.50 KG WOVEN BADGES AND SIMILAR ARTICLES, COTTON, NOT EMBROIDERED
5807.10.2020 14.40 KG WOVEN BADGES/SIMILAR ARTICLES, MMF, NOT EMBROIDERED
5807.10.2090 11.10 KG WOVEN BADGES/SIMILAR ARTCLES, TEXTILE MATERIALS, NOT EMBROIDERED, NOT COTTON/MMF
5807.90.1090 11.10 KG NOTWOVEN LABELS OF TEXTILE MATERIALS, NOT EMBROIDERED, NOT COTTON/MMF
5807.90.2010 8.50 KG NOTWOVEN BADGES/SIMILAR ARTICLES, COTTON, NOT EMBROIDERED
5807.90.2020 14.40 KG NOTWOVEN BADGES/SIMILAR ARTICLES, MMF, NOT EMBROIDERED
5807.90.2090 11.10 KG NOTWOVEN BADGES/SIMILAR ARTICLES, TEX MATERIALS, NOT EMBROIDERED, NOT COTTON/MMF
5808.10.2090 11.10 KG BRAIDS IN PIECE FOR HEADWEAR, OTHER TEXTILE MATERIALS, NES, NOT KNIT OR EMBROIDERED
5808.10.3090 11.10 KG BRAID IN PIECE, NES, NES
5808.90.0090 11.10 KG ORNAMENTAL TRIMMING IN PIECE, TEXTILE MATERIALS, NOT KNIT OR EMBROIDERED, NOT COTTON/MMF
5810.92.0040 14.40 KG EMBROIDERED BADGES/EMBLEMS/MOTIFS WITH VISIBLE GROUND, MMF
5810.99.0090 11.10 KG EMBROIDERY PIECES/STRIPS/MOTIFS WITH VISIBLE GROUND, TEXTILE MATERIALS, NES
5811.00.4000 1.00 SM QUILTED PIECES, 1 LAYER TEXTILE MATERIALS, TEXTILE MATERIALS, NES
6001.99.0010 1.00 SM KNIT OR CROCHETED PILE FABRIC 85% SILK OR SILK WASTE
6002.99.0010 11.10 KG KNIT OR CROCHETED FABRIC, NES 85% SILK OR SILK WASTE
6301.90.0020 11.10 NO BLANKET/TRAVELING RUGS, >85% SILK OR SILK WASTE
6302.29.0010 11.10 NO BED LINEN, PRINTED >85% SILK OR SILK WASTE
6302.39.0020 11.10 NO BED LINEN, NES, >85% SILK OR SILK WASTE
6302.99.1000 11.10 NO LINEN, NES, >85% SILK OR SILK WASTE
6303.99.0030 11.10 NO CURTAINS, INTERIOR BLINDS, NOT KNIT OR CROCHETED, >85% SILK OR SILK WASTE
6304.19.3030 11.10 NO BEDSPREADS, NOT KNIT OR CROCHETED, >85% SILK OR SILK WASTE
6304.91.0060 11.10 NO FURNISHING ARTICLES, NES, KNIT OR CROCHETED >85% SILK OR SILK WASTE
6304.99.1000 1.00 SM WALL HANGINGS, WOOL OR FINE ANIMAL HAIR, CERTIFIED HANDLOOMED/FOLKLORE, NOT KNIT
6304.99.2500 11.10 KG WALL HANGINGS, JUTE, NOT KNIT
6304.99.4000 3.70 KG PILLOW COVERS, WOOL OR FINE ANIMAL HAIR, CERTIFIED HANDLOOMED/FOLKLORE
6304.99.6030 11.10 KG OTHER FURNISHING ARTICLES, NOT KNIT, NES >85% SILK OR SILK WASTE
6305.10.0000 11.10 KG SACKS & BAGS, JUTE/BAST FIBERS
6306.21.0000 8.50 KG TENTS OF COTTON
6306.22.1000 14.40 NO BACKPACK TENTS, SYNTHETIC FIBERS
6306.22.9010 14.40 KG SCREEN HOUSES, SYNTHETIC FIBERS
6306.29.0000 14.40 KG TENTS, TEXTILE MATERIALS NES
6306.31.0000 14.40 KG SAILS, SYNTHETIC FIBERS
6306.39.0000 8.50 KG SAILS, TEXTILE MATERIALS NES
6306.41.0000 8.50 KG PNEUMATIC MATTRESSES, COTTON
6306.49.0000 14.40 KG PNEUMATIC MATTRESSES, TEXTILE MATERIALS NES
6306.91.0000 8.50 KG CAMPING GOODS NES, COTTON
6306.99.0000 14.40 KG CAMPING GOODS, TEXTILE MATERIALS NES
6307.10.2030 8.50 KG CLEANING CLOTHS NES
6307.20.0000 11.40 KG LIFEJACKETS AND LIFEBELTS
6307.90.6010 8.50 KG PERINEAL TOWELS, FABRIC WITH PAPER BASE
6307.90.6090 8.50 KG OTHER SURGICAL DRAPES, FABRIC WITH PAPER BASE
6307.90.7010 14.40 KG SURGICAL DRAPES, DISPOSAL & NONWOVEN MMF
6307.90.7020 8.50 KG SURGICAL DRAPES NES
6307.90.7500 8.50 NO TOYS FOR PETS, TEXTILE MATERIALS
6307.90.8500 8.50 KG WALL BANNERS, MAN-MADE FIBERS
6307.90.9425 14.50 NO NATIONAL FLAGS OF THE UNITED STATES
6307.90.9435 14.50 NO NATIONAL FLAGS OF NATIONS OTHER THAN THE UNITED STATES
6307.90.9490 14.50 KG OTHER MADEUP ARTICLES NES
6309.00.0010 8.50 KG WORN CLOTHING & OTHER WORN ARTICLES
6309.00.0020 8.50 KG WORN CLOTHING & OTHER WORN ARTICLES, NES
6310.10.1000 3.70 KG RAGS/SCRAP/TWINE/CORDAGE/ROPE/CABLES, SORTED, WOOL OR FINE ANIMAL HAIR
6310.10.2010 8.50 KG RAGS/SCRAP/TWINE/CORDAGE/ROPE/CABLES, SORTED, COTTON
6310.10.2020 14.40 KG RAGS/SCRAP/TWINE/CORDAGE/ROPE/CABLES, SORTED, MMF
6310.10.2030 11.10 KG RAGS/SCRAP/TWINE/CORDAGE/ROPE/CABLES, SORTED, NOT COTTON/MMF
6310.90.1000 3.70 KG RAGS/SCRAP/TWINE/CORDAGE/ROPE/CABLES, NOT SORTED, WOOL OR FINE ANIMAL HAIR
6310.90.2000 8.50 KG RAGS/SCRAP/TWINE/CORDAGE/ROPE/CABLES, NOT SORTED, NOT WOOL
6501.00.30 4.4 DZ HAT FORMS/BODIES, NOT BLOCKED, NO BRIMS, FUR, MEN'S AND BOYS'
6501.00.60 4.4 DZ HAT FORMS/BODIES, NOT BLOCKED, NO BRIMS, FUR, WOMEN'S AND GIRLS'
6502.00.20 18.7 DZ HAT SHAPES, ASSEMBLED FROM STRIPS, VEGETABLE FIBER, SEWED
6502.00.40 18.7 DZ HAT SHAPES, PLAITED OR ASSEMBLED FROM STRIPS, VEGETABLE FIBER, NOTSEWED, NOT BLEACHED/COLORED
6502.00.60 18.7 DZ HAT SHAPES, PLAITED OR ASSEMBLED FROM STRIPS, VEGETABLE FIBER, NOTSEWED, BLEACHED/COLORED
6503.00.30 5.8 DZ FELT HATS AND OTHER HEADGEAR, MEN'S AND BOYS'
6503.00.60 5.8 DZ FELT HATS AND OTHER HEADGEAR, NES
6504.00.30 7.5 DZ HATS AND OTHER HEADGEAR, ASSEMBLED FROM STRIPS, VEGETABLE FIBER, SEWED
6504.00.60 7.5 DZ HATS AND OTHER HEADGEAR, ASSEMBLED FROM STRIPS
6601.10.00 17.9 DZ GARDEN OR SIMILAR UMBRELLAS
6601.91.00 17.8 DZ OTHER UMBRELLAS, TELESCOPIC SHAFT
6601.99.00 11.2 DZ OTHER UMBRELLAS, NES
8708.21.00 2.72 KG SAFETY SEAT BELTS

5. (a) The primary unit of measure for the following tariff items in U.S. category 666 shall be NO and shall be converted into SME by a factor of 5.5:

6301.10.0000 ELECTRIC BLANKETS
6301.40.0010 BLANKETS (NOT ELECTRIC) & TRAVEL RUGS OF SYNTHETIC FIBER, WOVEN
6301.40.0020 BLANKETS (NOT ELECTRIC) & TRAVEL RUGS OF SYNTHETIC FIBER, NES
6301.90.0010 BLANKETS AND TRAVELING RUGS OF ARTIFICIAL FIBER
6302.10.0020 BED LINEN, KNITTED OR CROCHETED FABRIC, EXCLUDING COTTON
6302.22.1030 SHEETS WITH TRIM, NAPPED, PRINTED, MAN-MADE FIBER
6302.22.1040 SHEETS WITH TRIM, NOT NAPPED, PRINTED, MAN-MADE FIBER
6302.22.1050 BOLSTER CASES WITH TRIM, PRINTED, MAN-MADE FIBER
6302.22.1060 BED LINEN WITH TRIM, PRINTED, MAN-MADE FIBER, NES
6302.22.2020 SHEETS, NOT TRIMMED, PRINTED, MAN-MADE FIBER
6302.22.2030 BED LINEN, NOT TRIMMED, PRINTED, MAN-MADE FIBER, NES
6302.32.1030 SHEETS WITH TRIM, NAPPED, MAN-MADE FIBER
6302.32.1040 SHEETS WITH TRIM, NOT NAPPED, MAN-MADE FIBER
6302.32.1050 BOLSTER CASES WITH TRIM, MAN-MADE FIBER
6302.32.1060 BED LINEN WITH TRIM, MAN-MADE FIBER, NES
6302.32.2030 SHEETS, NOT TRIMMED, NAPPED, MAN-MADE FIBER
6302.32.2040 SHEETS NOT TRIMMED, NOT NAPPED, MAN-MADE FIBER
6302.32.2050 BOLSTER CASES, NOT TRIMMED, MAN-MADE FIBER
6302.32.2060 BED LINEN NES, MAN-MADE FIBER
6304.11.2000 BEDSPREADS, KNIT/CROCHETED, MAN-MADE FIBER
6304.19.1500 BEDSPREADS WITH TRIM, MAN-MADE FIBER, NES
6304.19.2000 BEDSPREADS, MAN-MADE FIBER, NES

(b) The primary unit of measure for the following tariff items in U.S. category 666 shall be NO and shall be converted into SME by a factor of 0.9:

6302.22.1010 PILLOWCASES WITH TRIM, PRINTED, NAPPED, MAN-MADE FIBER
6302.22.1020 Fundas para almohadas de fibras sintéticas y artificiales, con adornos, estampadas, no afelpadas
6302.22.1020 PILLOWCASES WITH TRIM, PRINTED, NOT NAPPED, MAN-MADE FIBER
6302.22.2010 PILLOWCASES, NOT TRIMMED, PRINTED, MAN-MADE FIBER
6302.32.1010 PILLOWCASES WITH TRIM, NAPPED, MAN-MADE FIBER
6302.32.1020 PILLOWCASES WITH TRIM, NOT NAPPED, MAN-MADE FIBER
6302.32.2010 PILLOWCASES, NOT TRIMMED, NAPPED, MAN-MADE FIBER
6302.32.2020 PILLOWCASES NOT TRIMMED, NOT NAPPED, MAN-MADE FIBER

6. The primary unit of measure for garment parts of subheadings 6117.90 and 6217.90 shall be KG and shall be converted into SME by applying the following factors:

Cotton apparel 8.50
Wool apparel 3.70
Man-made fiber apparel 14.40
Other noncotton vegetable fiber apparel 12.50

7. For the purposes of this Schedule:

    DPR means dozen pair;

    DZ means dozen;

    KG means kilogram;

    NO means number; and

    SM means square meter.

Appendix 5.1

Bilateral Emergency Actions
(Quantitative Restrictions)

As between Canada and the United States, actions otherwise permitted under Section 5 shall be governed by Article 407 of the Canada United States Free Trade Agreement, which is hereby incorporated into and made a part of this Agreement solely for that purpose.

Appendix 6

Special Provisions

A. Rules Applicable to Certain Carpets and Sweaters

For purposes of trade between Mexico and the United States, a good of either Party of HS Chapter 57, subheading 6110.30, 6103.23 or 6104.23 shall be treated as if it were an originating good only if any of the following changes in tariff classification is satisfied within the territory of one or more of the Parties:

    (a) a change to subheading 5703.20 or 5703.30 or heading 57.04 from any heading outside Chapter 57 other than headings 51.06 through 51.13, 52.04 through 52.12, 53.08, 53.11 or any headings of Chapter 54 or 55; or a change to any other heading or subheading of Chapter 57 from any heading outside that chapter other than headings 51.06 through 51.13, 52.04 through 52.12, 53.08, 53.11, any heading of Chapter 54 or 55.08 through 55.16; and

    (b) a change to U.S. tariff item 6110.30.10.10, 6110.30.10.20, 6110.30.15.10, 6110.30.15.20, 6110.30.20.10, 6110.30.20.20, 6110.30.30.10, 6110.30.30.15, 6110.30.30.20, or 6110.30.30.25 or Mexican tariff item 6110.30.01, or a good of those tariff items that is classified as part of an ensemble in subheading 6103.23 or 6104.23, from any heading outside Chapter 61 other than headings 51.06 through 51.13, 52.04 through 52.12, 53.07 through 53.08, 53.10 through 53.11, any heading of Chapter 54 or 55, 60.01 or 60.06, provided that the good is both cut (or knit to shape) and sewn or otherwise assembled in the territory of one or more of the Parties; or a change to any other tariff item of subheading 6110.30 from any heading outside Chapter 61 other than headings 51.06 through 51.13, 52.04 through 52.12, 53.07 through 53.08, 53.10 through 53.11, any heading of Chapter 54, 55.08 through 55.16, 60.01 or 60.06, provided, that the good is both cut (or knit to shape) and sewn or otherwise assembled in the territory of one or more of the Parties.

B. Preferential Tariff Treatment for Non-Originating Goods of Another Party

Apparel and Made-Up Goods

1. (a) Each Party shall apply the rate of duty applicable to originating goods set out in its Schedule to Annex 302.2, and in accordance with Appendix 2.1, up to the annual quantities specified in Schedule 6.B.1, in SME, to apparel goods provided for in Chapters 61 and 62 that are both cut (or knit to shape) and sewn or otherwise assembled in the territory of a Party from fabric or yarn produced or obtained outside the free trade area, and that meet other applicable conditions for preferred tariff treatment under this Agreement. The SME shall be determined in accordance with the conversion factors set out in Schedule 3.1.3.

(b) The annual tariff preference levels (TPLs) of imports from Canada into the United States shall be adjusted annually for five consecutive years commencing on January 1, 1995, by the following growth factors:

    (i) for cotton or man-made fiber apparel, 2 percent,

    (ii) for cotton or man-made fiber apparel made from fabrics woven or knit in a non-Party, 1 percent, and

    (iii) for wool apparel, 1 percent.

2. The United States shall apply the rate of duty applicable to originating goods set out in its Schedule to Annex 302.2, and in accordance with Appendix 2.1, up to the annual quantity specified in Schedule 6.B.1, to textile or apparel goods provided for in Chapters 61, 62 and 63 that are sewn or otherwise assembled in Mexico as provided for in U.S. tariff item 9802.00.80.60 from fabric which is knit or woven outside the territory of the United States or Mexico, when exported to the United States. This paragraph shall not apply after quantitative restrictions established pursuant to the Multifiber Arrangement or any successor agreement are terminated.

Exceptions

3. As between Mexico and the United States:

    (a) apparel goods provided for in Chapters 61 and 62 of the HS, in which the fabric that determines the tariff classification of the good is classified in one of the following tariff provisions, are ineligible for preferential tariff treatment provided for under the levels established in Schedule 6.B.1

      (i) blue denim: subheadings 5209.42 and 5211.42, U.S. tariff items 5212.24.60.20, and 5514.32.00.10 or Mexican tariff items 5212.24.xx and 5514.32.xx; and

      (ii) fabric woven as plain weave where two or more warp ends are woven as one (oxford cloth) of average yarn number less than 135 metric number: 5208.19, 5208.29, 5208.39, 5208.49, 5208.59, 5210.19, 5210.29, 5210.39, 5210.49, 5210.59, 5512.11, 5512.19, 5513.13, 5513.23, 5513.33, and 5513.43;

    (b) apparel goods provided for in U.S. tariff items 6107.11.00, 6107.12.00, 6109.10.00 and 6109.90.00 or Mexican tariff items 6107.11.01, 6107.12.01, 6109.10.01 and 6109.90.01 are ineligible for preferential tariff treatment provided for under the levels established in Schedule 6.B.1 if they are composed chiefly of circular knit fabric of yarn number equal to or less than 100 metric number. Apparel goods provided for in subheadings 6108.21 and 6108.22 are ineligible for preferential tariff treatment provided for under the levels established in parts 2(a), 2(b), 3(a) and 3(b) in Schedule 6.B.1 if they are composed chiefly of circular knit fabric of yarn number equal to or less than 100 metric number; and

    (c) apparel goods provided for in U.S. tariff items 6110.30.10.10, 6110.30.10.20, 6110.30.15.10, 6110.30.15.20, 6110.30.20.10, 6110.30.20.20, 6110.30.30.10, 6110.30.30.15, 6110.30.30.20, 6110.30.30.25 and items of those tariff items that are classified as parts of ensembles in U.S. tariff items 6103.23.00.30, 6103.23.00.70, 6104.23.00.22 and 6104.23.00.40 or Mexican tariff item 6110.30.01or goods of that tariff item that are classified as parts of ensembles in subheading 6103.23 or 6104.23 are ineligible for preferential tariff treatment provided for under the levels established in Schedule 6.B.1.

Fabric and Made-Up Goods

4. (a) Each Party shall apply the rate of duty applicable to originating goods set out in its Schedule to Annex 302.2, and in accordance with Appendix 2.1, up to the annual quantities specified in Schedule 6.B.2, in SME, to cotton or man-made fiber fabric and cotton or man-made fiber made-up textile goods provided for in Chapters 52 through 55, 58, 60, and 63 that are woven or knit in a Party from yarn produced or obtained outside the free trade area, or knit in a Party from yarn spun in a Party from fiber produced or obtained outside the free trade area, and to goods of subheading 9404.90 that are finished and cut and sewn or otherwise assembled from fabrics of subheadings 5208.11 through 5208.29, 5209.11 through 5209.29, 5210.11 through 5210.29, 5211.11 through 5211.20, 5212.11, 5212.12, 5212.21, 5212.22, 5407.41, 5407.51, 5407.71, 5407.81, 5407.91, 5408.21, 5408.31, 5512.11, 5512.21, 5512.91, 5513.11 through 5513.19, 5514.11 through 5514.19, 5516.11, 5516.21, 5516.31, 5516.41, 5516.91 produced or obtained outside the free trade area, and that meet other applicable conditions for preferred tariff treatment under this Agreement. The SME shall be determined in accordance with the conversion factors set out in Schedule 3.1.3.

(b) The annual TPL and sublevels on imports from Canada into the United States shall be adjusted by an annual growth factor of two percent for five consecutive years commencing on January 1, 1995.

5. For purposes of paragraph 4, the number of SME that will be counted against the TPLs applied as between Canada and the United States shall be:

    (a) for textile goods that are not originating because certain non-originating textile materials do not undergo the applicable change in tariff classification set out in Annex 401 for that good, but where such materials are 50 percent or less by weight of the materials of that good, only 50 percent of the SME for that good, determined in accordance with the conversion factors set out in Schedule 3.1.3; and

    (b) for textile goods that are not originating because certain non-originating textile materials do not undergo the applicable change in tariff classification set out in Annex 401 for that good, but where such materials are more than 50 percent by weight of the materials of that good, 100 percent of the SME for that good, determined in accordance with the conversion factors set out in Schedule 3.1.3.

Rules Applicable to Fabrics Woven From Yarns of Combed Camel Hair or Cashmere

For purposes of trade between Canada and the United States, a good of either Party of subheading 5112.11 or 5112.19 shall be treated as if it were an originating good only if any of the following changes in tariff classification is satisfied within the territory of one or both of the Parties:

    (a) a change to woven fabrics, other than tapestry fabrics or upholstery fabrics of a weight not exceeding 140 grams per square meter, of combed fine animal hair of subheading 5112.11 from yarn of combed camel hair or combed cashmere of subheading 5108.20 or any other heading, except from heading 51.06 through 51.07, any other good of heading 51.08 or heading 51.09 through 51.11, 51.13, 52.05 through 52.06, 54.01 through 54.04 or 55.09 through 55.10; and

    (b) a change to woven fabrics, other than tapestry fabrics or upholstery fabrics, of combed fine animal hair of subheading 5112.19 from yarn of combed camel hair or combed cashmere of subheading 5108.20 or any other heading, except from heading 51.06 through 51.07, any other good of heading 51.08 or heading 51.09 through 51.11, 51.13, 52.05 through 52.06, 54.01 through 54.04 or 55.09 through 55.10.

Rule Applicable to Pile Fabric Containing Dry Spun Acrylic Fiber

For purposes of trade between Canada and the United States, a good of either Party of subheading 5801.35 shall be treated as if it were an originating good only if any of the following changes in tariff classification is satisfied within the territory of one or both of the Parties:

    a change to woven-warp pile fabric, cut, of subheading 5801.35, with pile of dry-spun acrylic staple fibers of subheading 5503.30, which fabric has been dyed in the piece to a single uniform color, from any other chapter, except from heading 51.06 through 51.13, 52.04 through 52.12, 53.07 through 53.08 or 53.10 through 53.11, Chapter 54, heading 55.01 through 55.02, subheading 5503.11 through 5503.20 or 5503.40 through 5503.90 or heading 55.04 through 55.16.

Rule Applicable to Chenille Fabric Containing Acrylic Staple Fibres

For purposes of trade between Canada and the United States, a good of either Party of subheading 5801.36 shall be treated as if it were an originating good only if any of the following changes in tariff classification is satisfied within the territory of one or both of the Parties:

    a change to subheading 5801.36 from any other chapter, except from heading 51.06 through 51.13, 52.04 through 52.12, 53.07 through 53.08 or 53.10 through 53.11, Chapter 54, heading 55.01 through 55.02, subheading 5503.10 through 5503.20 or 5503.40 through 5503.90 or heading 55.04 through 55.16.

Spun Yarn

6. (a) Each Party shall apply the rate of duty applicable to originating goods set out in its Schedule to Annex 302.2, and in accordance with Appendix 2.1, up to the annual quantities specified in Schedule 6.B.3, in kilograms (kg), to cotton or man-made fiber yarns provided for in headings 52.05 through 52.07 or 55.09 through 55.11 that are spun in a Party from fiber of headings 52.01 through 52.03 or 55.01 through 55.07, produced or obtained outside the free trade area and that meet other applicable conditions for preferred tariff treatment under this Agreement.

(b) The annual TPL on imports from Canada into the United States shall be adjusted by an annual growth factor of two percent for five consecutive years commencing on January 1, 1995.

7. Textile or apparel goods that enter the territory of a Party under paragraph 1, 2, 4 or 6 shall not be considered to be originating goods.

Rule Applicable to Chenille Fabric Containing Acrylic Staple Fibres

For purposes of trade between Canada and the United States, a good of either Party of subheading 5509.31 shall be treated as if it were an originating good only if any of the following changes in tariff classification is satisfied within the territory of one or both of the Parties:

    a change to subheading 5509.31 from acid-dyeable acrylic tow of subheading 5501.30 or any other chapter, except from heading 52.01 through 52.03 or 54.01 through 54.05.

Review and Consultations

8. (a) Trade in the goods referred to in paragraphs 1, 2, 4 and 6 shall be monitored by the Parties. On request of any Party wishing to adjust any annual TPL for imports into Canada from Mexico or the United States, imports into Mexico from Canada or the United States, or imports into the United States from Mexico, based on the ability to obtain supplies of particular fibers, yarns and fabrics, as appropriate, that can be used to produce originating goods, the Parties shall consult with a view to adjusting such level. Any adjustment in the TPL requires the mutual consent of the Parties concerned.

(b) Canada and the United States shall decide, in the review referred to in Section 7(3), whether to continue to apply annual growth factors to the specified TPLs after the five consecutive years. If a growth factor for a TPL is not continued as a result of the review, subparagraph (a) shall also apply to imports from Canada into the United States of goods covered by the TPL.

Schedule 6.B.1

Preferential Tariff Treatment for Non-Originating
Apparel and Made-Up Goods

1. Imports into Canada:

(a) Cotton or Man-made fiber apparel

(b) Wool apparel

from Mexico

6,000,000 SME

250,000 SME

from United States

9,000,000 SME

919,740 SME

2. Imports into Mexico:

(a) Cotton or Man-made fiber apparel

(b) Wool apparel

from Canada

6,000,000 SME

250,000 SME

from United States

12,000,000 SME

1,000,000 SME

3. Imports into United States:

(a) Cotton or Man-made fiber apparel

(b) Wool apparel

(c) Goods imported under U.S. tariff item
9802.00.80.60

from Canada

80,000,000 SME 1

5,066,948 SME 2

n/a

from Mexico

45,000,000 SME

1,500,000 SME

25,000,000 SME


    1
    Of the 80,000,000 SME annual quantity of cotton or man-made fiber apparel imports from Canada into the United States, no more than 60,000,000 SME shall be made from fabrics which are knit or woven in a nonParty.

    2 Of the 5,066,948 SME annual quantity of wool apparel imports from Canada into the United States, no more than 5,016,780 SME shall be men's or boys' wool suits of U.S. category 443.

Schedule 6.B.2

Preferential Tariff Treatment for Non-Originating
Cotton or Man-made Fiber Fabrics and Made-Up Goods

1. Imports into Canada:

from Mexico

7,000,000 SME

from United States

2,000,000 SME 1

2. Imports into Mexico:

from Canada

7,000,000 SME

from United States 2,000,000 SME

3. Imports into United States:

from Canada

65,000,000 SME 2

from Mexico

24,000,000 SME 3


    1
    The 2,000,000 SME annual quantity of imports from the United States into Canada shall be limited to goods of chapter 60 of the HS.

    2 Of the 65,000,000 SME annual quantity of imports from Canada into the United States, no more than 35,000,000 SME may be in goods of chapters 52 through 55, 58 and 63 (other than subheading 6302.10, 6302.40, 6303.11, 6303.12, 6303.19, 6304.11or 6304.91) of the HS; and no more than 35,000,000 SME may be in goods of chapter 60 and subheading 6302.10, 6302.40, 6303.11, 6303.12, 6303.19, 6304.11 or 6304.91 of the HS.

    3 Of the 24,000,000 SME annual quantity of imports from Mexico into the United States, no more than 18,000,000 SME may be in goods of chapter 60 and subheading 6302.10, 6302.40, 6303.11, 6303.12, 6303.19, 6304.11 or 6304.91 of the HS; and no more than 6,000,000 SME may be in goods of chapters 52 through 55, 58 and 63 (other than subheading 6302.10, 6302.40, 6303.11, 6303.12, 6303.19, 6304.11 or 6304.91) of the HS.

Schedule 6.B.3

Preferential Tariff Treatment for Non-Originating
Cotton or Man-made Fiber Spun Yarn

1. Imports into Canada:

from Mexico

1,000,000 kg

from United States

1,000,000 kg

2. Imports into Mexico:

from Canada

1,000,000 kg

from United States 1,000,000 kg

3. Imports into United States:

from Canada

10,700,000 kg

from Mexico

1,000,000 kg

Appendix 10.1

Country-Specific Definitions

Definitions Specific to Canada

general import statistics means statistics issued by Statistics Canada or, where available, import permit data provided by the Export and Import Permits Bureau of the Department of External Affairs and International Trade, or their successors.

Definitions Specific to Mexico

general import statistics means the statistics of the "Sistema de Informacion Comercial" (Trade Information System) or its successor.

Definitions Specific to the United States

category means a grouping of textile or apparel goods defined in the Correlation: Textile and Apparel Categories with the Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the United States, 1992 (or successor publication), published by the United States Department of Commerce, International Trade Administration, Office of Textiles and Apparel, Trade and Data Division, Washington, D.C.; and general import statistics means statistics of the U.S. Bureau of the Census or its successor.