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|Section VII - Chapter 39|
|Plastics and Articles Thereof|
Throughout the export schedule the expression "plastics" means those materials of headings 3901 to 3914 which are or have been capable, either at the moment of polymerization or at some subsequent stage, of being formed under external influence (usually he
at and pressure, if necessary with a solvent or plasticizers) by molding, casting, extruding, rolling or other process into shapes which are retained on the removal of the external influence. |
Throughout the export schedule any reference to "plastics" also includes vulcanized fiber. The expression, however, does not apply to materials regarded as textile materials of section XI.
|2.||This chapter does not cover:|
|(a).||Lubricating preparations of heading 2710 or 3403;|
|(b).||Waxes of heading 2712 or 3404;|
|(c).||Separate chemically defined organic compounds (chapter 29);|
|(d).||Heparin or its salts (heading 3001);|
|(e).||Solutions (other than collodions) consisting of any of the products specified in headings 3901 to 3913 in volatile organic solvents when the weight of the solvent exceeds 50 percent of the weight of the solution (heading 3208); stamping foils of heading 32 12;|
|(f).||Organic surface-active agents or preparations of heading 3402;|
|(g).||Run gums or ester gums (heading 3806);|
|(h).||Prepared additives for mineral oils (including gasoline) or for the same purposes as mineral oils (heading 3811);|
|(ij).||Prepared hydraulic fluids based on polyglycols, silicones or other polymers of chapter 39 (heading 3819);|
|(k).||Diagnostic or laboratory reagents on a backing of plastics (heading 3822);|
|(l).||Synthetic rubber, as defined for the purposes of chapter 40, or articles thereof;|
|(m).||Saddlery or harness (heading 4201) or trunks, suitcases, handbags or other containers of heading 4202;|
|(n).||Plaits, wickerwork or other articles of chapter 46;|
|(o).||Wall coverings of heading 4814;|
|(p).||Goods of section XI (textiles and textile articles);|
|(q).||Articles of section XII (for example, footwear, headgear, umbrellas, sun umbrellas, walking-sticks, whips, riding crops or parts thereof);|
|(r).||Imitation jewelery of heading 7117;|
|(s).||Articles of section XVI (machines and mechanical or electrical appliances);|
|(t).||Parts of aircraft or vehicles of section XVII;|
|(u).||Articles of chapter 90 (for example, optical elements, spectacle frames, drawing instruments);|
|(v).||Articles of chapter 91 (for example, clock or watch cases);|
|(w).||Articles of chapter 92 (for example, musical instruments or parts thereof);|
|(x).||Articles of chapter 94 (for example, furniture, lamps and lighting fittings, illuminated signs, prefabricated buildings);|
|(y).||Articles of chapter 95 (for example, toys, games, sports equipment); or|
|(z).||Articles of chapter 96 (for example, brushes, buttons, slide fasteners, combs, mouthpieces or stems for smoking pipes, cigarette holders or the like, parts of vacuum flasks or the like, pens, mechanical pencils).|
|3.||Headings 3901 to 3911 apply only to goods of a kind produced by chemical synthesis, falling in the following categories:|
|(a).||Liquid synthetic polyolefins of which less than 60 percent by volume distills at 300 degrees C, after conversion to 1,013 millibars when a reduced-pressure distillation method is used (headings 3901 and 3902);|
|(b).||Resins, not highly polymerized, of the coumarone-indene type (heading 3911);|
|(c).||Other synthetic polymers with an average of at least 5 monomer units;|
|(d).||Silicones (heading 3910);|
|(e).||Resols (heading 3909) and other prepolymers.|
|4.||The expression "copolymers" covers all polymers in which no single monomer contributes 95 percent or more by weight to the total polymer content.|
For the purposes of this chapter, except where the context otherwise requires, copolymers (including co-polycondensates, co-polyaddition products, block copolymers and graft copolymers) and polymer blends are to be classified in the heading covering polymers of that comonomer unit which predominates by weight over every other single comonomer unit. For the purposes of this note, constituent comonomer units of polymers falling in the same heading shall be taken together.
If no single comonomer unit predominates, copolymers or polymers blends, as the case may be, are to be classified in the heading which occurs last in numerical order among those which equally merit consideration.
|5.||Chemically modified polymers, that is those in which only appendages to the main polymer chain have been changed by chemical reaction, are to be classified in the heading appropriate to the unmodified polymer. This provision does not apply to graft copoly mers.|
|6.||In headings 3901 to 3914, the expression "primary forms" applies only to the following forms:|
|(a).||Liquids and pastes, including dispersions (emulsions and suspensions) and solutions;|
|(b).||Blocks of irregular shape, lumps, powders (including molding powders), granules, flakes and similar bulk forms.|
|7.||Heading 3915 does not apply to waste, parings and scrap of a single thermoplastic material, transformed into primary forms (headings 3901 to 3914).|
|8.||For the purposes of heading 3917, the expression "tubes, pipes and hoses" means hollow products, whether semimanufactures or finished products, of a kind generally used for conveying, conducting or distributing gases or liquids (for example, ribbed garden hose, perforated tubes). This expression also includes sausage casings and other lay-flat tubing. However, except for the last mentioned, those having an internal cross section other than round, oval, rectangular (in which the length does not exceed 1.5 times the width) or in the shape of a regular polygon are not to be regarded as tubes, pipes and hoses but as profile shapes.|
|9.||For the purposes of heading 3918, the expression "wall or ceiling coverings of plastics" applies to products in rolls, of a width not less than 45 cm (18 in.), suitable for wall or ceiling decoration, consisting of plastics fixed permanently on a backing o f any material other than paper, the layer of plastics (on the face side) being grained, embossed, colored, design-printed or otherwise decorated.|
|10.||In headings 3920 and 3921, the expression "plates, sheets, film, foil and strip" applies only to plates, sheets, film, foil and strip (other than those of chapter 54; and to blocks of regular geometric shape, whether or not printed or otherwise surface-wor ked, uncut or cut into rectangles (including squares) but not further worked (even if when so cut they become articles ready for use).|
|11.||Heading 3925 applies only to the following articles, not being products covered by any of the earlier headings of sub-chapter II.|
|(a).||Reservoirs, tanks (including septic tanks), vats and similar containers, of a capacity exceeding 300 liters (80 gals.);|
|(b).||Structural elements used, for example, in floors, walls or partitions, ceilings or roofs;|
|(c).||Gutters and fittings therefor;|
|(d).||Doors, windows and their frames and thresholds for doors;|
|(e).||Balconies, balustrades, fencing, gates and similar barriers;|
|(f).||Shutters, blinds (including venetian blinds) and similar articles and parts and fittings thereof;|
|(g).||Large-scale shelving for assembly and permanent installation, for example, in shops, workshops, warehouses;|
|(h).||Ornamental architectural features, for example, flutings, cupolas, dovecotes; and|
|(ij).||Fittings and mountings intended for permanent installation in or on doors, windows, staircases, walls or other parts of buildings, for example, knobs, handles, hooks, brackets, towel rails, switch-plates and other protective plates.|
|1.||Within any one heading of this chapter, polymers (including copolymers) and chemically modified polymers are to be classified according to the following provisions:|
|(a).||Where there is a subheading named "Other" in the same series:|
|(1). The designation in a subheading of a polymer by the prefix "poly" (for example, polyethylene and polyamide-6,6) means that the constituent monomer unit or monomer units of the named polymer taken together must contribute 95 percent or more by weight of the total polymer content.|
|(2). The copolymers named in subheadings 3901.30, 3903.20, 3903.30 and 3904.30 are to be classified in those subheadings, provided that the comonomer units of the named copolymers contribute 95 percent or more by weight of the total polymer content.|
|(3). Chemically modified polymers are to be classified in the subheading named "Other", provided that the chemically modified polymers are not more specifically covered by another subheading.|
|(4). Polymers not meeting (1), (2) or (3), above, are to be classified in the subheading, among the remaining subheadings in the series, covering units of polymers falling in the same subheading shall be taken together. Only the constituent comonomer units of the polymers in the series of subheadings under consideration are to be compared.|
|(b).||Where there is no subheading named "Other" in the same series:|
|(1). Polymers are to be classified in the subheading covering polymers of that monomer unit which predominates by weight over every other single comonomer unit. For this purpose, constituent monomer units of polymers falling in the same subheading shall be t aken together. Only the constituent comonomer units of the polymers in the series under consideration are to be compared.|
|(2). Chemically modified polymers are to be classified in the subheading appropriate to the unmodified polymer. |
Polymer blends are to be classified in the same subheading as polymers of the same monomer units in the same proportions.
|2.||For the purposes of subheading 3920.43, the term plasticizers includes secondary plasticizers.|
|1.||For the purpose of this chapter, the term "elastomeric" means a plastics material which after cross-linking can be stretched at 20 degrees C to least three times its original length and that, after having been stretched to twice its original length and the stress removed, returns within five minutes to less than 150 percent of its original length. Elastomeric plastics may also contain fillers, extenders, pigments or rubber- processing chemicals, whether or or not such plastics material, after the addition of such fillers, extenders, pigments or chemicals, can meet the tests specified in the first part of this note.|
|Schedule B No. and Headings||Commodity Description||Unit of Quantity||Second Quantity|
|39||Plastics and Articles Thereof|
|39.01||- Polymers of ethylene, in primary forms:|
|3901.10||- - Polyethylene having a specific gravity of less than 0.94:|
|3901.10.0010||- - - Linear low density polyethylene resins||kg|
|3901.10.0020||- - - Low density polyethylene resins other than linear||kg|
|3901.10.0030||- - - Medium density polyethylene resins||kg|
|3901.20.0000||- - Polyethylene having a specific gravity of 0.94 or more||kg|
|3901.30||- - Ethylene-vinyl acetate copolymers:|
|3901.30.2000||- - - Vinyl acetate-vinyl chloride-ethylene terpolymers, containing by weight less than 50 percent derivatives of vinyl acetate, except those polymerized from aromatic or modified aromatic monomers||kg|
|3901.30.6000||- - - Other||kg|
|3901.90||- - Other:|
|3901.90.1000||- - - Elastomeric||kg|
|- - - Other:|
|3901.90.5500||- - - - Ethylene copolymers||kg|
|3901.90.9000||- - - - Other.||kg|
|39.02||- Polymers of propylene or of other olefins, in primary forms:|
|3902.10.0000||- - Polypropylene||kg|
|3902.20||- - Polyisobutylene:|
|3902.20.1000||- - - Elastomeric||kg|
|3902.20.5000||- - - Other||kg|
|3902.30.0000||- - Propylene copolymers||kg|
|3902.90||- - Other:|
|3902.90.0010||- - - Polybutylene||kg|
|3902.90.0050||- - - Other||kg|
|39.03||- Polymers of styrene, in primary forms:|
|- - Polystyrene:|
|3903.11.0000||- - - Expandable||kg|
|3903.19.0000||- - - Other||kg|
|3903.20.0000||- - Styrene-acrylonitrile (SAN) copolymers||kg|
|3903.30.0000||- - Acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene (ABS) copolymers||kg|
|3903.90.0000||- - Other||kg|
|39.04||- Polymers of vinyl chloride or of other halogenated olefins, in primary forms:|
|3904.10.0000||- - Poly(vinyl chloride), not mixed with any other substances||kg|
|- - Other poly(vinyl chloride):|
|3904.21.0000||- - - Nonplasticized||kg|
|3904.22.0000||- - - Plasticized||kg|
|3904.30||- - Vinyl chloride-vinyl acetate copolymers:|
|3904.30.2000||- - - Vinyl acetate-vinyl chloride-ethylene terpolymers, containing by weight less than 50 percent derivatives of vinyl acetate, except those polymerized from aromatic or modified aromatic monomers||kg|
|3904.30.6000||- - - Other||kg|
|3904.40.0000||- - Other vinyl chloride copolymers||kg|
|3904.50.0000||- - Vinylidene chloride polymers.||kg|
|- - Fluoro-polymers:|
|3904.61.0000||- - - Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE)||kg|
|3904.69||- - - Other:|
|3904.69.1000||- - - - Elastomeric||kg|
|3904.69.5000||- - - - Other.||kg|
|3904.90.0000||- - Other||kg|
|39.05||- Polymers of vinyl acetate or of other vinyl esters, in primary forms; other vinyl polymers in primary forms:|
|- - Poly(vinyl acetate):|
|3905.12.0000||- - - In aqueous dispersion||kg|
|3905.19.0000||- - - Other||kg|
|- - Vinyl acetate copolymers:|
|3905.21.0000||- - - In aqueous dispersion||kg|
|3905.29.0000||- - - Other||kg|
|3905.30.0000||- - Poly(vinyl alcohols), whether or not containing unhydrolyzed acetate groups||kg|
|- - Other:|
|3905.91||- - - Copolymers:|
|3905.91.1000||- - - - Containing by weight 50 percent or more of derivatives of vinyl acetate||kg|
|3905.91.5000||- - - - Other||kg|
|3905.99||- - - Other:|
|3905.99.3000||- - - - Polyvinyl carbazole (including adjuvants)||kg|
|3905.99.8000||- - - - Other||kg|
|39.06||- Acrylic polymers in primary forms:|
|3906.10.0000||- - Poly(methyl methacrylate)||kg|
|3906.90||- - Other:|
|3906.90.1000||- - - Elastomeric||kg|
|3906.90.6000||- - - Other||kg|
|39.07||- Polyacetals, other polyethers and epoxide resins, in primary forms; polycarbonates, alkyd resins, polyallyl esters, and other polyesters, in primary forms:|
|3907.10.0000||- - Polyacetals||kg|
|3907.20.0000||- - Other polyethers||kg|
|3907.30.0000||- - Epoxide resins||kg|
|3907.40.0000||- - Polycarbonates||kg|
|3907.50.0000||- - Alkyd resins||kg|
|3907.60.0000||- - Poly(ethylene terephthalate)||kg|
|3907.70.0000||- - Poly(lactic acid)||kg|
|- - Other polyesters:|
|3907.91.0000||- - - Unsaturated||kg|
|3907.99.0100||- - - Saturated||kg|
|39.08||- Polyamides in primary forms.|
|3908.10.0000||- - Polyamide-6, -11, -12, -6,6, -6,9, -6,10 or -6,12 (nylon type)||kg|
|3908.90||- - Other:|
|3908.90.2000||- - - Bis(4-amino-3-methylcyclohexyl)-methaneisophthalic acid-laurolactam copolymer||kg|
|3908.90.7000||- - - Other||kg|
|39.09||- Amino-resins, phenolic resins and polyurethanes, in primary forms:|
|3909.10.0000||- - Urea resins; thiourea resins||kg|
|3909.20.0000||- - Melamine resins||kg|
|3909.30.0000||- - Other amino-resins||kg|
|3909.40.0000||- - Phenolic resins||kg|
|3909.50||- - Polyurethanes:|
|3909.50.1000||- - - Elastomeric||kg|
|3909.50.6000||- - - Other||kg|
|3910.00.0000||- Silicones in primary forms.||kg|
|39.11||- Petroleum resins; coumarone-indene resins polyterpenes, polysulfides, polysulfones and other products specified in note 3 to this chapter, not elsewhere specified or included, in primary forms:|
|3911.10.0000||- - Petroleum resins, coumarone, indene or coumarone-indene resins; polyterpenes||kg|
|3911.90||- - Other:|
|3911.90.1000||- - - Elastomeric.||kg|
|3911.90.6000||- - - Other||kg|
|39.12||- Cellulose and its chemical derivatives, not elsewhere specified or included, in primary forms:|
|- - Cellulose acetates:|
|3912.11.0000||- - - Nonplasticized||kg|
|3912.12.0000||- - - Plasticized||kg|
|3912.20.0000||- - Cellulose nitrates (including collodions)||kg|
|- - Cellulose ethers:|
|3912.31.0000||- - - Carboxymethylcellulose and its salts||kg|
|3912.39.0000||- - - Other||kg|
|3912.90.0000||- - Other||kg|
|39.13||- Natural polymers (for example, alginic acid) and modified natural polymers (for example, hardened proteins, chemical derivatives of natural rubber), not elsewhere specified or included, in primary forms:|
|3913.10.0000||- - Alginic acid, its salts and esters||kg|
|3913.90||- - Other:|
|3913.90.1000||- - - Chemical derivatives of natural rubber||kg|
|3913.90.8000||- - - Other||kg|
|39.14||- Ion-exchangers based on polymers of headings 3901 to 3913, in primary forms:|
|3914.00.2000||- - Cross-linked polyvinylbenzyltrimethylammonium chloride (Cholestyramine resin USP)||kg|
|3914.00.6000||- - Other||kg|
|39.15||- Waste, parings and scrap, of plastics:|
|3915.10.0000||- - Of polymers of ethylene||kg|
|3915.20.0000||- - Of polymers of styrene||kg|
|3915.30.0000||- - Of polymers of vinyl chloride||kg|
|3915.90||- - Of other plastics:|
|3915.90.0010||- - - Of polyethylene terephthalate (PET) plastics||kg|
|3915.90.0090||- - - Other||kg|
|39.16||- Monofilament of which any cross-sectional dimension exceeds 1 mm (0.04 in.), rods, sticks and profile shapes, whether or not surface-worked but not otherwise worked, of plastics:|
|3916.10.0000||- - Of polymers of ethylene||kg|
|3916.20.0000||- - Of polymers of vinyl chloride||kg|
|3916.90||- - Of other plastics:|
|3916.90.1000||- - - Of acrylic polymers||kg|
|- - - Other:|
|3916.90.2000||- - - - Racket strings||m|
|3916.90.6000||- - - - Other||kg|
|39.17||- Tubes, pipes and hoses, and fittings therefor (for example, joints, elbows, flanges), of plastics:|
|3917.10.0000||- - Artificial guts (sausage casings) of hardened protein or of cellulosic plastic materials||kg|
|- - Tubes, pipes and hoses, rigid:|
|3917.21.0000||- - - Of polymers of ethylene||kg|
|3917.22.0000||- - - Of polymers of propylene||kg|
|3917.23.0000||- - - Of polymers of vinyl chloride||kg|
|3917.29||- - - Of other, plastics:|
|3917.29.0050||- - - - Less than 200 mm in length||Thsnds|
|3917.29.0090||- - - - Other||kg|
|- - Other tubes, pipes and hoses:|
|3917.31.0000||- - - Flexible tubes, pipes and hoses, having a minimum burst pressure of 27.6 Mpa||kg|
|3917.32.0000||- - - Other, not reinforced or otherwise combined with other materials, without fittings||kg|
|3917.33.0000||- - - Other, not reinforced or otherwise combined with other materials, with fittings||kg|
|3917.39.0002||- - - Other||kg|
|3917.40.0000||- - Fittings||kg|
|39.18||- Floor coverings of plastics, whether or not self-adhesive, in rolls or in the form of tiles; wall or ceiling coverings of plastics, as defined in note 9 to this chapter:|
|3918.10||- - Of polymers of vinyl chloride:|
|- - - Floor coverings:|
|3918.10.1000||- - - - Vinyl tile||m2|
|3918.10.2000||- - - - Other||m2|
|3918.10.6000||- - - Wall or ceiling coverings||m2|
|3918.90||- - Of other plastics:|
|3918.90.1000||- - - Floor coverings||m2|
|3918.90.6000||- - - Wall or ceiling coverings||m2|
|39.19||- Self-adhesive plates, sheets, film, foil, tape, strip and other flat shapes, of plastics, whether or not in rolls:|
|3919.10||- - In rolls of a width not exceeding 20 cm (8 in.):|
|3919.10.1000||- - - Having a light-reflecting surface produced in whole or in part by glass grains (ballotini)||X|
|- - - Other:|
|3919.10.2010||- - - - Filament reinforced tape||m2|
|3919.10.2020||- - - - Electrical tape||m2|
|- - - - Other:|
|- - - - - Transparent tape, not exceeding 55 meters in length:|
|3919.10.2030||- - - - - - Not exceeding 5 cm in width||m2|
|3919.10.2040||- - - - - - Other||m2|
|3919.10.2055||- - - - - Other||m2|
|3919.90||- - Other:|
|3919.90.1000||- - - Having a light-reflecting surface produced in whole or in part by glass grains (ballotini)||kg|
|- - - Other:|
|3919.90.5010||- - - - Reflectorized sheeting||m2|
|3919.90.5020||- - - - Filament reinforced tape||m2|
|3919.90.5030||- - - - Electrical tape||m2|
|3919.90.5040||- - - - Transparent tape||m2|
|3919.90.5060||- - - - Other||m2|
|39.20||- Other plates, sheets, film, foil and strip, of plastics non-cellular and not reinforced, laminated, supported or similarity combined with other materials:|
|3920.10.0000||- - Of polymers of ethylene||kg|
|3920.20.0000||- - Of polymers of propylene||kg|
|3920.30.0000||- - Of polymers of styrene||kg|
|- - Of polymers of vinyl chloride:|
|3920.43.0000||- - - Containing by weight not less than 6 percent plasticizers||kg|
|3920.49.0000||- - - Other||kg|
|- - Of acrylic polymers:|
|3920.51.0000||- - - Of poly(methyl methacrylate)||kg|
|3920.59.0000||- - - Other.||kg|
|- - Of polycarbonates, alkyd resins, polyallyl esters or other polyesters:|
|3920.61.0000||- - - Of polycarbonates||kg|
|3920.62.0000||- - - Of poly(ethylene terephthalate)||kg|
|3920.63.0000||- - - Of unsaturated polyesters||kg|
|3920.69.0000||- - - Of other polyesters||kg|
|- - Of cellulose or its chemical derivatives:|
|3920.71.0000||- - - Of regenerated cellulose||kg|
|3920.73.0000||- - - Of cellulose acetate||kg|
|3920.79||- - - Of other cellulose derivatives:|
|3920.79.0500||- - - - Of vulcanized fiber||kg|
|3920.79.2500||- - - - Other||kg|
|- - Of other plastics:|
|3920.91.0000||- - - Of poly(vinyl butyral)||kg|
|3920.92.0000||- - - Of polyamides||kg|
|3920.93.0000||- - - Of amino-resins||kg|
|3920.94.0000||- - - Of phenolic resins||kg|
|3920.99.0000||- - - Of other plastics||kg|
|39.21||- Other plates, sheets, film, foil and strip, of plastics:|
|- - Cellular:|
|3921.11.0000||- - - Of polymers of styrene||kg|
|3921.12.0000||- - - Of polymers of vinyl chloride||m2|
|3921.13.0000||- - - Of polyurethanes||X|
|3921.14.0000||- - - Of regenerated cellulose||kg|
|3921.19.0000||- - - Of other plastic||kg|
|3921.90||- - Of other plastics:|
|3921.90.1000||- - - Combined with textile materials.||m2|
|- - - Other:|
|3921.90.4000||- - - - Flexible||kg|
|- - - - Other:|
|3921.90.5010||- - - - - High pressure paper reinforced decorative laminates||m2|
|3921.90.5050||- - - - - Other||m2|
|39.22||- Baths, shower baths, sinks, washbasins, bidets, lavatory pans, seats and covers, flushing cisterns and similar sanitary ware, of plastics:|
|3922.10.0000||- - Baths, shower baths, sinks and washbasins||X|
|3922.20.0000||- - Lavatory seats and covers||No.|
|3922.90.0000||- - Other||X|
|39.23||- Articles for the conveyance or packing of goods, of plastics; stoppers, lids, caps and other closures, of plastics:|
|3923.10.0000||- - Boxes, cases, crates and similar articles||X|
|- - Sacks and bags (including cones):|
|3923.21.0000||- - - Of polymers of ethylene||kg|
|3923.29.0000||- - - Of other plastics||kg|
|3923.30.0000||- - Carboys, bottles, flasks and similar articles||X|
|3923.40.0000||- - Spools, cops, bobbins and similar supports||X|
|3923.50.0000||- - Stoppers, lids, caps and other closures||X|
|3923.90.0000||- - Other||X|
|39.24||- Tableware, kitchenware, other household articles and hygienic or toilet articles, of plastics:|
|3924.10.0002||- - Tableware and kitchenware||X|
|3924.90||- - Other:|
|3924.90.0500||- - - Nursing nipples and finger cots||Gross|
|3924.90.1000||- - - Curtains and drapes, including panels and valences; napkins, table covers, mats, scarves, runners, doilies, centerpieces, antimacassars and furniture slipcovers; and like furnishings||X|
|3924.90.2000||- - - Picture frames||X|
|3924.90.5500||- - - Other||X|
|39.25||- Builders' ware of plastics, not elsewhere specified or included:|
|3925.10.0000||- - Reservoirs, tanks, vats and similar containers, of a capacity exceeding 300 liters (80 gals.)||X|
|3925.20||- - Doors, windows and their frames and thresholds for doors:|
|3925.20.0010||- - - Doors and door frames||No.||kg|
|3925.20.0090||- - - Other||kg|
|3925.30||- - Shutters, blinds (including venetian blinds) and similar articles and parts thereof:|
|3925.30.1000||- - - Blinds (including venetian blinds)||No.|
|3925.30.5000||- - - Other||X|
|3925.90.0000||- - Other||X|
|39.26||- Other articles of plastics and articles of other materials of headings 3901 to 3914:|
|3926.10.0000||- - Office or school supplies||X|
|3926.20||- - Articles of apparel and clothing accessories (including gloves, mittens and mitts):|
|- - - Gloves:|
|- - - - Seamless:|
|3926.20.1010||- - - - - Surgical and medical||Dz prs.|
|3926.20.1060||- - - - - Other||Dz prs.|
|- - - - Other:|
|3926.20.2500||- - - - - Specially designed for use in sports||No.|
|3926.20.4000||- - - - - Other||Dz prs.|
|3926.20.5000||- - - Other||Doz.|
|3926.30||- - Fittings for furniture, coachwork or the like:|
|3926.30.1000||- - - Handles and knobs||kg|
|3926.30.5000||- - - Other||kg|
|3926.40.0000||- - Statuettes and other ornamental articles||X|
|3926.90||- - Other:|
|3926.90.1000||- - - Buckets and pails||No.|
|3926.90.1600||- - - Pacifiers||Gross|
|3926.90.2100||- - - Ice bags; douche bags, enema bags, hot water bottles, and fittings therefor; invalid and similar nursing cushions; dress shields; pessaries; prophylactics; bulbs for|
|syringes; syringes (other than hypodermic syringes) and fittings therefor, not in part of glass or metal||X|
|3926.90.2500||- - - Handles and knobs, not elsewhere specified or included, of plastics||kg|
|3926.90.3000||- - - Parts for yachts or pleasure boats of heading 8903; parts of canoes, racing shells, pneumatic craft and pleasure boats which are not of a type designed to be principally used with motors or sails||X|
|- - - Beads, bugles and spangles, not strung (except temporarily) and not set; articles thereof, not elsewhere specified or included:|
|3926.90.3300||- - - - Handbags||No.|
|3926.90.3500||- - - - Other||X|
|3926.90.4000||- - - Imitation gemstones||X|
|3926.90.4500||- - - Gaskets, washers and other seals||X|
|3926.90.5000||- - - Frames or mounts for photographic slides||X|
|- - - Belting and belts, for machinery:|
|- - - - Containing textile fibers:|
|3926.90.5500||- - - - - V-belts||kg|
|3926.90.5800||- - - - - Other||kg|
|3926.90.6000||- - - - Other||kg|
|3926.90.6700||- - - Clothespins||Gross|
|3926.90.7500||- - - Pneumatic mattresses and other inflatable articles, not elsewhere specified or included||X|
|3926.90.8700||- - - Flexible plastic document binders with tabs, rolled or flat||X|
|- - - Other:|
|3926.90.9910||- - - - Laboratory ware||X|
|3926.90.9930||- - - - Ladders||No.|
|3926.90.9987||- - - - Other||X|