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QB 20–105 2020 Cumulation Limits

COMMODITIES

Apparel goods of chapter 62, cut or knit-to-shape, and sewn or otherwise assembled in a CAFTA-DR country, utilizing materials from Mexico, as provided for in chapter 98, subchapter XXII, U.S. Note 21

 

QUOTA PERIOD

January 1, 2020, through December 31, 2020

 

OPENING DATE

Thursday January 2, 2020

 

RESTRAINT LEVELS

RESTRAINT LIMITS
ProductOverall Limits
Goods of chapter 62100,000,000 SME
Trousers, skirts, and parts thereof, of cotton or man-made fibers, or subject to cotton or man-made fiber restraints (see chapter 98, subchapter XXII, U.S. note 21(b)(i) for qualifying HTS numbers) 45,000,000 SME
Cotton blue denim trousers and skirts (see chapter 98, subchapter XXII , U.S. note 21(b)(ii) for qualifying HTS numbers)20,000,000 SME
Apparel goods, not knitted or crocheted, containing 36 percent or more by weight of wool or subject to wool restraints (see chapter 98, subchapter XXII, U.S. note 21(b)(iii) for qualifying HTS numbers)

 

1,000,000 SME

 

HTS NUMBERS
First Tariff FieldSecond Tariff Field
9822.05.11See chapter 98, subchapter XXII, U.S. Note 21(b) for details
9822.05.13    See chapter 98, subchapter XXII, U.S. Note 21(c) for details of certain wool garments that are exempt from the limit

 

REPORTING INSTRUCTIONS

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

Report in units of measure as shown in the HTS

 

NOTIFICATION

No further editions of this QBT for CAFTA-DR Cumulation – Limits for Mexican Imports will be issued until amendments in agreements or changes in quota amounts occur.

 

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

Last modified: 
May 26, 2020