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T an chuid seo den suomh idirln ar fil i mBarla amhin i lthair na huaire.

If you import or export goods into or out of theEuropean Union(EU),you must classify those goods for customs purposes. Every product has a specific code.

This classification code determines the amount of Customs Duty you will pay on imported goods.

You can useTARICto classify your goods to the appropriate code that you will need to import or export your goods.

You will also be able to view the following material in TARIC:

TARIC code changes generally happen on 1 January each year. However, changes inTARIC codes can happen at any time during the year with little notice from the EU Commission. You can check to see if yourTARIC codes will change inTARICby changing the reference date.

You should consult the sources listed below for further help on classifying your goods.

Each product has a particular eight digit classification code in the2019 combined nomenclature. This also sets out the general rules for classifying goods to an eight digit level. These codes apply from 1 January 2019. The combined nomenclature is updated annually.

Thecombined nomenclature explanatory notescontain useful information for understanding the various tariff headings, but is not legally binding.

Thecorrelation tables 2018 – 2019allow you to see if the classification codes you use have changed. It is important for traders to check the codes they use to establish if there is any change.

You can still access theand thecorrelation tables 2017 – 2018.

7new codes are introduced and6 codes are deleted.

You can find the main changes in thecorrelation tables 2018 – 2019.

You can use thisdatabaseto help you to identify chemicals and classify them.

If you require legal certainty on the classification of your products, further information is available aboutBTI.

This provides free access to European Union law and other documents. Information relating to Commission regulations and Commission decisionsis available atEUR-Lex.

Other material about classifying your goods for customs purposes is available from theWorld Customs Organisation.

If you need advice or help to classify your goods you can contactClassification Unit. While this unit makes every effort to provide accurate advice on the tariff classification,the advice is not legally binding.If you want legal certainty on a tariff code we recommend that you apply forBTI.

Anti-Dumping (ADD) and Countervailing (CD) Duty

Reporting shadow economy activity (tax evasion)

Submission to Tax Appeals Commission public consultation