TAIWAN: Import Tariffs Raised On Synthetic Fibre Products
Controversial new import duty rates on nearly 200 synthetic fibre products coming into Taiwan will come into force on November 14, officials have announced. Most of the raises on the 187 different products are from 3 per cent to 4.5 per cent, but it is the last time that government agencies will be free to adjust rates upwards prior to Taiwan's accession to the WTO early next year.
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