[Guide]Harmonized Tariff Schedule Codes: How to Avoid Unexpected Tariffs
Every product shipped into the United States requires a Harmonized Tariff Schedule (HTS) code from the U.S. International Trade Commission database. Tariff rates are determined by tracking U.S.-HTS codes and country of origin certificates, and cross-referencing free trade agreements. As tariffs fluctuate, companies must be able to adapt to sudden changes.
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[Guide] Harmonized Tariff Schedule Codes: How to Avoid Unexpected Tariffs
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This guide offers insight into the relationship between U.S.-HTS codes and country of origin, and how companies can use them to determine tariff fees associated with the products they import to the U.S.
This Guide Offers Insight On:
- How international relations influence tariffs and trade agreements
- How U.S.-HTS codes are used to determine tariffs
- How companies can prepare to navigate fluctuating tariff schedules
- Best practices for collecting U.S.-HTS codes and country of origin data
- …And more!
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