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US imposes 35% Provisional Duties on certain goods from the Russian Federation and the Republic of Belarus

July 8, 2024


President Biden signed Proclamation HR 7108 on Apr 8, 2022, suspending normal trade relations with the Russian Federation, which subjected goods from Russian to column 2 rates of duty. 

On June 27, 2022, the president signed proclamation 10420. This new legislation will see higher duty rates for certain imports from the Russian Federation and the Republic of Belarus. All goods on the list of subject products will be assessed a provisional duty of 35%, in lieu of the column 2 rate of duty provided in chapters 1 through 97 of the Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the United States (HTSUS).

Effective Date:

Beginning July 27, 2022, goods on the list entered into the United States for consumption, or withdrawn from warehouse for consumption will be subject to the additional provisional duty of 35%, under provisional tariff number 9903.90.08.

List Of Affected Products:

Chapter 25: Salt, Siliceous Fossil meal, Slate, Certain articles of Magnesium 

Chapter 27: Peat

Chapter 28: Sulfuric Acid, Certain Inorganic Acids, Certain Chlorides, Oxides, hydroxides and peroxides

Chapter 29:Certain Organic Chemicals

Chapter 32: Tanning or drying, paints and varnishes, glaziers putty

Chapter 34: Soap and surface active agents , lubricating preparations, artificial and prepared waxes, polishes and creams, candles, tapers and the like

Chapter 35: Prepared glues and other adhesive preparations; other enzymes

Chapter 36: Percussion caps, Detonating caps, igniters, and electronic detonators

Chapter 37: Other plates and film exceeding 255mm, film for color photography, Photographic paper

Chapter 38: Colloidal or semi-colloidal graphite, Antiknock preparations, Reaction initiators, accelerators and catalytic preparations, chemical elements for us in electronics, Prepared additives for cements, mortars or concretes

Chapter 39: Polypropylene, Elastomeric Polyisobutylene, Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) and other fluoropolymers, Acrylic polymers, other polyethers, Silicones in primary forms, other articles of plastics such as: tubes, pipes and hoses and fittings therefor, other plates sheets and film, foil and strip, curtains, drapes, table covers, runners, etc.., other wearing apparel

Chapter 40: Certain articles of rubber 

Chapter 42: Certain other cases, boxes and similar containers of wood, lined leather gloves

Chapter 43: Certain tanned or dressed furskins not dyed

Chapter 44: Certain articles of Wood 

Chapter 48: Certain paper, paperboard and paper pulp,  and articles thereof

Chapter 49: Certain Printed books, newspapers, pictures and other products of the printing industry.

Chapter 52: Cotton yarn measuring between 43 nm to 52 nm  

Chapter 59: Man-made Textile fabrics coated, covered or laminated over 70% by weight of pvc; transmission or conveyor belts or belting of man-made fibers.

Chapter 62: Certain Gloves, mittens and mitts coated with plastics or rubber.

Chapter 63:Certain blankets and bed linens 

Chapter 64: Certain footwear with outer soles of rubber, plastics, leather or composition leather and uppers of leather and parts thereof

Chapter 65: Other safety headgear, whether or not lined or trimmed

Chapter 68: Certain article of stone, plaster, cement, asbestos, mica or similar materials such as monumental or building stone and articles thereof

Chapter 69: Certain other refractory ceramic goods; ceramic table or kitchen ware, and other household articles; statuettes and other ornamental ceramic articles

Chapter 70: Other glass containers 

Chapter 71: Certain synthetic or reconstructed precious or semi-precious stones whether or not mounted, dust and powder, unwrought silver bullion and dore, semi manufactured silver

Chapter 72: Certain articles of iron or steel

Chapter 73: Certain tubes, pipes and hollow profiles, structures and parts of structures, containers, cloth, grill, netting and fencing, screws, nuts, bolts, washers etc.. of iron or steel.

Chapter 74: Copper wire, plates, sheets and strip and foil

Chapter 75: Nickel plates, sheets, strip and foil

Chapter 76: Aluminum bars, rods, profiles, wire, plates, sheets and strip, and containers for compressed or liquefied gas

Chapter 78: Refined lead 

Chapter 82: Certain hand tools, rock drilling or boring tools, and other knives and cutting blades.

Chapter 83: other mountings, fittings and similar articles for motor vehicles, staples in strips

Chapter 84: certain boilers, machinery and mechanical appliances and parts thereof

Chapter 85: Certain Signal lighting, software media, lamps (light bulbs), LED’s, insulated cables, and electrical insulators.

Chapter 86: Certain Railway wheels, and containers

Chapter 87: Certain Vehicles and parts and accessories thereof

Chapter 88: Certain Airplanes manned and unmanned, and parts thereof

Chapter 89: Certain Yachts and other vessels for pleasure or sports 

Chapter 90: Certain filters for lenses; Cameras, projectors and  parts for thereof; Direction finding compasses; instruments, apparatus and models for demonstrational purposes

Chapter 93: Certain revolvers, pistols and other firearms and parts thereof.

Chapter 94:  Certain furniture, bedding of cotton, and parts thereof; prefabricated buildings of wood

Chapter 95: Certain Toys, games and sports equipment and parts thereof

Chapter 96: Certain mops, feather dusters, etc…

Chapter 97: Certain works of art, collectors’ pieces and antiques

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