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QB 19-011 2019 Australia FTA

COMMODITIES:

Agricultural products described in Chapter 99, Subchapter XIII, U.S. Notes 3 through 20

QUOTA PERIOD:

January 1, 2019 through December 31, 2019

OPENING DATE:

Wednesday, January 2, 2019

RESTRAINT LEVEL:

The aggregate quantities of qualifying goods entered under the subheadings are as follows:

Restraint Level
99130205US Note 3 (a)50,000,000 kg
99130220US Note 3 (b)5,000,000 kg
99130405US Note 416,957 liters
99130410US Note 52,269,000 kg
99130415US Note 6151,000 kg
99130420US Note 76,927,000 kg
99130425US Note 83,391,000 kg
99130430US Note 96,783,000 kg 
99130435US Note 106,930,000 kg
99130440US Note 113,960,000 kg
99130445US Note 121,134,000 kg
99130450US Note 13756,000 kg
99130455US Note 144,950,000 kg
99130465US Note 159,900,000 kg
99130805US Note 168,631,000 kg
99130825US Note 175,178,000 kg
99131205US Note 18756,000 kg
99132405US Note 19378,000 kg
99135205US Note 20378,000 kg

REPORTING INSTRUCTIONS:

Use AU as the primary special program indicator

Use entry type code 02, 06, 07, 12, 23, 32, 38, or 52

Report in units of measure as shown in the Harmonized Tariff Schedule (HTS)

Merchandise presented at the opening shall be reported and released via the ACE.

SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS:

A valid export certificate is required to claim the in-quota rate for beef, cheese, and dairy products (chapter 99, subchapter XIII, U.S. notes 4 through 15).  The first number of the certificate must match the year of presentation, followed by the ISO code AU followed by a unique alpha/numeric code.  A 2019 export certificate, e.g., 9AU12345B, must accompany merchandise entered in 2019.  Export certificates for dairy products must be transmitted electronically.

Questions from the importing community regarding this electronic message should be referred to the local CBP port.  The port may refer questions via email to HQQuota@cbp.dhs.gov.

Last modified: 
December 12, 2018